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Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications & Proceedings (* = Current Undergrad/Grad Student/Post-Doc)


  1. Abu Khalaf, N., Woolweaver, A., Marmolejos, R.R., Little, G.A., Burnett, K., & Espelage, D.L. (2022). Muslim students’ experiences of discrimination: A systematic review of the literature. School Psychology Review.
  2. Woolweaver, A., Barbour, J.*, & Espelage, D. L. (2022). An exploratory analysis of financial status and risk factor interactions for bullying victimization. School Psychology Review.
  3. Espelage, D. L., Liu, G. S., Valido, A., Kuehl, T., Basile., K. C., & Nickodem, K. K. (2022). Adolescent violence perpetrators: Examining prevalence across gender, racial/ethnic & sexual identities. Preventative Medicine.
  4. Williford, A., Yoder, J. Sharp, J., Tunstall, A., Espelage, D.L., Ortega, L., & Fulginiti, A. (2022). Examining the post-high school effects of a primary prevention program on exposure to bullying and sexual violence among emerging adults. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  5.  Ingram, K.M*., Basile, K. C., Leemis, R., Espelage, D. L., & Valido, A.* (2022). A latent class approach to understanding associations between sports participation, substance use, dismissive attitudes, and sexual violence perpetration among high school athletes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 08862605211067005.
  6. Hunt, K.E.*, Robinson, L.E.*, Espelage, D.L., & Hong, J.S. (2022). Teen dating violence victimization: Associations among peer justification, attitudes toward gender inequality, sexual activity, and peer victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  7. Song, S. Y., Wang, C., Espelage, D. L., Fenning, P. A., & Jimerson, S. R. (2022). COVID-19 and School Psychology: Research Reveals the Persistent Impacts on Parents and Students, and the Promise of School Telehealth Supports. School Psychology Review, 51(2), 127-131.
  8. Hong, J. S., Espelage, D. L., & Ostrov, J. M. (2022). Introduction to the special issue: Bullying and its linkage to other forms of violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  9.  Nickodem, K., Basile, K., Espelage, D.L., Leemis, R., Ingram, K.M., & Barbero, C. (2022). Sports participation, social networks, and sexual violence perpetration. Journal of Interpersonal Violence
  10. Berger, C., Brotfeld, C., & Espelage, D.L. (2022). Participating in extracurricular activities and peer victimization: Role of gender and school social norms. Journal of School Violence. 1-16.
  11. Vincent, C.G., Walker, H., Espelage, D.L., Murray, C., Svanks, R., Pennefather, J., Valido, A., Marquez, B. (2022). Initial field test of the SOARS (student ownership, accountability, and responsibility for school safety) framework for high schools. Journal of School Violence.

Under Review/ Unpublished

  1. Drapeau, C.W., Finch, H., Bolstad, C.J., Hernandez Finch, M., Nadorff, M.R., & Espelage, D.L. (under review).Sleep duration and suicide risk in high-school attending adolescents. Sleep.
  2. Valido, A., Robinson, L.E., Woolwaver, A.B., Drescher, A., Espelage, D.L., Wright, A.A., Ishmeal, D., Dailey, M.M., Long, A.C.J., & LoMurray, S. (under review). Pilot evaluation of the elementary social-emotional learning program Sources of Strength. School Mental Health.
  3. Drescher, A., Woolweaver, A., & Espelage, D.L. (under review). Inclusion of students with disabilities in universal social and emotional learning interventions: A systematic review of the literature. Remedial Education and Special Education.
  4. Forber-Pratt, A. J., Espelage, D. L., Rose, C. A., Hanebutt, R.A.*, Woolweaver, A. B., Robinson, L. E.*, Ingram, K. M.*, & El Sheikh, A. J.* (under review). Elementary school staff perspectives on bullying involvement among students with disabilities. Social Psychology of Education.
  5. Vincent, C.G., Murray, C., Walker, H.M., Marquez, B., Espelage, D.L., Valido, A., & Heinhorst, J. (under review). Usability of SOARS (student ownership, accountability, and responsibility for school safety): A multi-component school-based violence prevention framework. School Community Journal.
  6. Romera, E.M., Camacho, A., Ortega-Ruiz, R., Casas, J.A., & Espelage, D.L. (under review). Need for popularity, moral disengagement and bullying perpetration: Reciprocal relationships in adolescence. The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context.
  7. McMahon, S.D., Bare, K., Tergesen, C., Zitner, K.E., Garcia, Y., Lynch, G., McMahon, K., & Espelage, D.L. (revise & resubmit). Teacher-directed violence by parent perpetrators: A school climate framework. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  8. Robinson, L.E., Valido, A., Drescher, A., Woolweaver, A.B., Espelage, D.L., LoMurray, S., Long, A.C.J., Wright, A.A., & Dailey, M.M. (revise & resubmit). Education, stress, and the COVD-19: A qualitative analysis. School Mental Health.
  9. McMahon, S. D., Tergesen, C., Bare, K., Zinter, K.E., Murillo, Y.G., Lynch, G., Anderman, E.M., Espelage, D.L., Reddy, L.A., & Subotnik, R. (revise & resubmit). Teacher-directed violence and aggression differences between U.S. elementary, middle, and high schools. Social Psychology of Education.
  10. Espelage, D. L., Forber-Pratt, A. J., Rose, C. A., Graves, K.*, Hanebutt, R.*, El Sheikh, A.*, Woolweaver, A., Milarsky, T. K.*, Ingram, K. M.*, Robinson, L.*, Nicholson, A. M., Salama, C., & Poekert, P. (revise & resubmit). Development of online professional development for teachers: Understanding, recognizing, and responding to bullying for students with disabilities. Social Psychology of Education.
  11.  Robinson, L. E., Valido, A., Rivas-Koehl, M., Espelage, D. L., Aguilar, T., Wyman, P.  (revise & resubmit) Protective factors for multiple forms of interpersonal violence experienced by adolescent Latinas. Journal of Latinx Psychology.
  12. Forber-Pratt, A.J., Espelage, D.L., Robinson, L.E.*, Woolweaver, A. B., Torgal, C.*, & El Sheikh, A. J.* (revise & resubmit). “I’m a security professional, a counselor, a leader, and sometimes a father figure”: Transformative Social Emotional Learning through the eyes of School Security Professionals. American Journal of Community Psychology.
  13. Rivas-Koehl, M.*, Valido, A.*, Robinson, L. E.*, & Espelage, D. L., (revise & resubmit). Expanding the bullying sexual violence pathway: Do sexist beliefs moderate a bullying-teen dating violence pathway? Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  14. Rivas-Koehl, M.*, Merrin, G.J., & Espelage, D. L., (revise & resubmit). Assessing the longitudinal measurement invariance of the Conflict in Adolescent Dating Relationships Inventory (CADRI) victimization scale across heterosexual and sexual minority adolescents in the United States. Psychology of Violence.
  15.  Espelage, D.L., Valido, A., Robinson, L.E., Ingram, K.M., El Sheikh, A.,Woolweaver, A., Koritz, L., Vincent, C.G., Marquez, B., Walker, H.M., Svanks, R., Marmolejosa, R.R., Medina, C., Meltsner, Z., Yalamanchi, K., & Pennefather, J. (revise & resubmit). Snitching vs. reporting: A qualitative analysis of barriers and facilitators to addressing safety concerns among high school students. Social Psychology of Education.
  16. Espelage, D. L., Harper, C. R., Ingram, K. M., Basile, B. C., Leemis, R. W., & Nickodem, K. K. (revise & resubmit). Hostile home environment predicting early adolescent sexual harassment perpetration and potential school-related moderators. Journal of Research on Adolescence.
  17. Drescher, A., Valido, A., Woolweaver, A., & Espelage, D.L. (in press). Teacher concerns for students during Covid-19: Associations with classroom climate. School Psychology Review.
  18. Espelage, D.L., Boyd, R.C., Renshaw, T.L., & Jimerson, S.R. (in press). Addressing youth suicide through school-based prevention and postvention: Contemporary scholarship advancing science, practice, and policy. School Psychology Review.
  19. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (in press). Mediating the pathway from bullying victimization to bullying perpetration with hostility, peer delinquency, and pro-bullying attitudes: Transforming victims into aggressors. Psychology of Violence.
  20.  Hong, J. S., Yan, Y., Espelage, D.L., & Tabb Dina, K. M. (in press). Peer victimization and adverse psychosocial outcomes of Black/White biracial adolescents: Is ease of talking with family a protective buffer? School Psychology Review.
  21. Hong, J.S., Wade, R.M., Kim, J., Espelage, D.L., Washington, T., & Voisin, D.R. (in press). Future orientation as a moderator of bullying victimization and school outcomes: Comparing heterosexual and sexual minority urban African American adolescents. Education and Urban Society.
  22. Hong, J.S., Song, E.J., Tan, K., Peguero, A.A., Sohn, Y., & Espelage, D.L. (in press). Extracurricular activities and bullying and peer victimization in early and middle adolescence. Journal of Psychologists and Counselors in Schools.
  1. Wyman, P. A., Rulison, K., Pisani, A. R., Alvaro, E. M., Crano, W. D., Schmeelk-Cone, K., … Espelage, D. (2021). Above the influence of vaping: Peer leader influence and diffusion of a network-informed preventive intervention. Addictive Behaviors113, 106693.
  2. Valido, A., Ingram, K., Espelage, D., Torgal, C., Merrin, G. J., & Davis, J. P. (2021). Intra-familial Violence and Peer Aggression Among Early Adolescents: Moderating Role of School Sense of Belonging. Journal of Family Violence36, 87–98.
  3. Hong, J.S., Kim, J., Lee, J.J., Yoshihama, M., Espelage, D.L., & Voisin, D.R. (2021). Sex differences in the pathways from exposure to parental fighting to risky sexual activities among adolescents in urban neighborhoods. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 1-10.
  4. Hong, J. S., Schiamberg, L. B., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Identifying protective factors for bullying and guiding school mental health practitioners around the world: A Tribute to Dr. Dan Olweus. School Mental Health 13, 437–442.
  5. Quintero-Jurado, J., Moratto-Vásquez, N., Caicedo-Velasquez, B., Cárdenas-Zuluaga, N., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Association between school bullying, suicidal ideation, and eating disorders among school-aged children from Antioquia, Colombia. Trends in Psychology, 1-15.
  6. Espelage, D.L., Ingram, K.M.*, Hong, J.S., & Merrin, G.J. (2021). Bullying as a developmental precursor to sexual violence throughout adolescence: Decade in review. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 1-13.
  7.  Espelage, D. L., Rulison, K. L., Ingram, K. M., Valido, A., Schmeelk-Cone, K., & Wyman, P.A. (2021). Social networks of adolescent sexual violence perpetrators: Peer friendship and trusted adult characteristics. Prevention Science.
  8. Hong, J.S., Valido, A.*, Espelage, D.L., Lee, S.J., deLara, E.W., & Lee, J.M. (2021). Racial and ethnic differences in adolescent bullying victimization and psychosomatic symptoms: Can fathers’ involvement buffer this association? Journal of Affective Disorders, 295, 1387-1397.
  9. Mintz, S., Valido, A.*, Rivas-Koehl, M.*, Kuehl, T., Espelage, D. L., Woolweaver, A., & Ingram, K.M.* (2021). Protective factors of injury and violence for sexual minority youth and prevention implications. Journal of Adolescent Health, 69(6), 983-990.
  10. Song, S. Y., Wang, C., Espelage, D. L., Fenning, P. A., & Jimerson, S. R. (2021). COVID-19 and School Psychology: Contemporary research advancing practice, science, and policy. School Psychology Review.
  11. Robinson, L. E.*, Woolweaver, A. B., Espelage, D. L., & Little, G.* (2021). Restorative justice: A qualitative analysis of school security perspectives. Contemporary Justice Review: Issues in Criminal, Social, and Restorative Justice, 24(3), 336-360.
  12. Polanin, J.R., Espelage, D.L., Grotpeter, J., Ingram, K.M.*, Michaelson, L., Spinney, E., Valido, A.*, El Sheikh, A.*, Torgal, C.* & Robinson, L. (2021). A systematic review and meta-analysis of interventions to decrease cyberbullying perpetration and victimization. Prevention Science, 1-16.
  13. Torgal, C.*, Espelage, D.L., Polanin, J.R., Ingram, K.M.*, Robinson, L.E., El Sheikh, A.*, & Valido, A.* (2021). A meta-analysis of school-based cyberbullying prevention programs’ impact on cyber-bystander behavior. School Psychology Review, 1-15.
  14.  Elipe, P., Espelage, D.L., & Del Rey, R. (2021). Homophobic verbal and bullying victimization: Overlap and emotional impact. Sexuality Research and Social Policy.
  15. Hong, J. S., Kim, D. H., Burlaka, V., Peguero, A. A., Padilla, Y. C., & Espelage, D. L. (2021). Bullying victimization and internalizing problems of foreign-born and US-born Latino/Hispanic and Asian adolescents in the United States: The moderating role of parental monitoring. Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research, 12(3), 445-464.
  16. Hong, J.S., Choi, J., Robinson, L.E., Peguero, A.A., Espelage, D.L., & Voisin, D.R. (2021). Contributions of three criminological theories to explore violent delinquency of urban adolescents in Chicago’s Southside. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, 72(2), 23-40.
  17. Bradshaw, C., Cohen, J., Espelage, D.L., & Nation, M. (2021). The role of school climate in school safety: Identifying pathways to improvement. School Psychology Review, 50(2-3), 221-236.
  18. Jimerson, S. R., Arora, P., Blake, J. J., Canivez, G. L., Espelage, D. L., Gonzalez, J. E., … & Worrell, F. C. (2021). Advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in School Psychology: Be the change. School Psychology Review, 50(1), 1-7.
  19. Valido, A., Merrin, G.J., Espelage, D.L., Robinson, L.E., Nichodem, K.K., Ingram, K.M.*, El Sheikh, A.J., Torgal, C., & Fairclough, J. (2021). Social-ecological predictors of homophobic bullying perpetration and victimization among early adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence.
  20. Valido, A.*, Rivas-Koehl, M.M.*, Espelage, D. L., Robinson, L.E.*, Kuehl, T., Mintz, S., & Wyman, P. (2021). Protective factors of homophobic name-calling and sexual violence perpetration and victimization among LGB, trans, and heterosexual high school students. School Mental Health, 13(3), 602-615.
  21. Hong, J. S., Choi, M. J., Kim, I., Algood, C. L., Espelage, D. L., & Rose, C. A. (2021). Caregivers’ difficulty paying child’s healthcare bills and bullying victimization of adolescents with physical disabilities. Research in Nursing & Health, 44(4), 653-663.
  22. Espelage, D. L., Robinson, L. E.*, Woolweaver, A. B., Valido, A.*, Hunt, K. E.*, Marmolejos, R. R., Medina, C. M., Meltsner, Z. H., Yalamanchi, K.S., Vincent, C. G., Marquez, B., Walker, H.M., Svanks, R., & Pennefather, J. (2021). Implementation of tiplines and reporting apps for school safety: A qualitative analysis of parent and school personnel perspectives. Journal of School Violence, 20(3), 336-350.
  23. Rivas-Koehl, M.*, Valido, A., Espelage, D. L., Robinson, L.E., Hong, J., Kuehl, T., Mintz, S., & Wyman, P. (2021). Understanding protective factors for suicidality and depression among U.S. sexual and gender minority adolescents: Implications for school psychologists. School Psychology Review, 1-14.
  24. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Cognitive/affective empathy, pro-bullying beliefs, and willingness to intervene on behalf of a bullied peer. Youth & Society, 53(4), 563-584.
  25. Robinson, L.E.*, Espelage, D.L., Valido, A*., Ingram, K.M.*, El Sheikh, A.J., Torgal, C.*, Mintz, S., & Kuehl, T. (2021). Ethnic representation and willingness to seek help as moderators between peer victimization and mental health outcomes among Latinx adolescents. School Mental Health, 13(3), 561-577.
  26. Hong, J.S., Zhang, S., Yoshihama, M., Espelage, D.L., Garthe, R.C., & Voisin, D.R. (2021). Exposure to mother’s conflict with her intimate partner and youth aggression: An empirical test of three criminological theories. America
  27. Minotti, B.J., Forber-Pratt, A., Ingram, K.M.*, & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Disability community and mental health among college students with physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Psychology
  28. Polanin, J.R., Espelage, D.L., Grotpeter, J., Ingram, K.M.*, Valido, A., El Sheikh, A.*, Togal, C.* & Robinson, L.E.* (2021). The consequences of school violence on mental health, school performance, and criminality: A meta-analysis of longitudinal partial correlations. Psychological Bulletin, 147(2), 115-131.
  29.  Egan, J.E., Corey, S.L., Henderson, E.R., Adebe, K.Z., Louth-Marquez, W., Espelage, D.L., Hunter, S.C., DeLucas, M., Miller, E., Morrill, B.A., Hieftje, K., Sang, J.M., Friedman, M.S., & Coulter, R.W.S. (2021). Feasibility of a web-accessible game-based intervention for sexual and gender minority youth: Results from a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Adolescent Health, 69(4), 604-614.
  30. Hong, J.S., Lee, J.J., Kim, J., Iadipaolo, A.S., Espelage, D.L., & Voisin, D.R. (2021). Post-traumatic stress, academic performance, and future orientation as pathways to community violence exposure and sexual risk among African American youth in Chicago’s Southside. Behavioral Medicine, 47(1), 10-20.
  31.  Marx, R.A., Hatchel, T.*, Mehring, C.G., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Predictors of sexual victimization and suicidal ideation among transgender and gender-nonconforming adolescents. Psychology and Sexuality, 12(1-2), 79-95.
  32.  Zhang, S., Hong, J. S., Garthe, R., Espelage, D. L., & Schacter, H. (2021). Parental stress and adolescent bullying perpetration and victimization: The mediating role of adolescent anxiety and family resilience. Journal of Affective Disorders, 290, 284-291.
  33. Espelage, D.L., Valido, A.*, Robinson, L.E., El Sheikh, A., Ingram, K.M.*, Torgal, C.A.*, Atria, C., Chalfant, P.K., Nicholson, A.M., Poekert, P., & Salama, C.D. (2021). Pilot evaluation of K-12 school security professionals online training: Understanding trauma and social-emotional learning. School Mental Health, 13(1), 41-54.
  34.  Forber-Pratt, A.J., El Sheikh, A.J.,* Robinson, L.E.*, Espelage, D.L., Ingram, K. M.*, Valido, A.* & Torgal, C.* (2021). Trauma informed care in schools: Perspectives from school resource officers and school security personnel during professional development training. School Psychology Review, 509(2-3), 344-359.
  35.  Gong, H., Valido, A., Ingram, K. M., Fanti, G., Bhat, S., & Espelage, D. L. (2021). Abusive Language Detection in Heterogeneous Contexts: Dataset Collection and the Role of Supervised Attention. arXiv preprint arXiv:2105.11119.
  36. Hong, J.S., Choi, J., Espelage, D.L., Wu, C.F., & Boraggina-Ballard, L. (2021). Are children of welfare recipients at a heightened risk of bullying and peer victimization? Child & Youth Care Forum, 50(3), 547-568. doi:10.1007/s10566-020-09587-w
  37. Miller, E., Jones, K.A., Culyba, A.J., Paglisotti, T., Dwarakanath, N., Massof, M., Feinstein, Z., Ports, K.A., Espelage, D.L., Pulerwitz, J., Garg, A., Kato-Wallace, J., & Abebe, K.Z. (2021). Engendering healthy masculinities to prevent sexual violence: Findings from the Manhood 2.0 cluster-randomized controlled trial. JAMA network open 3(12), e2028499-e2028499
  38. Hong, J.S., Fisher, B.W., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Family violence and youth violence: Examining the connections from interdisciplinary perspectives (an extension of Anna Costanza Baldry’s legacy). Journal of Family Violence, 36(1), 1-4.
  39.  Hong, J.S., Yan, Y., Gonzalez‐Prendes, A.A., Espelage, D.L., & Allen‐Meares, P. (2021). Correlates of school bullying victimization among Black/White biracial adolescents: Are they similar to their monoracial Black and White peers? Psychology in the Schools, 58(3), 601-621
  40. Doty, J.L., Lynne, S.D., Metz, A.S., Yourell, J.L., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Bullying perpetration and perceived parental monitoring: A random intercepts cross-lagged panel model. Youth and Society, 53(8), 290-303. 0741932520941201
  41. Forber-Pratt, A., Merrin, G.J., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Exploring the intersections of disability, race, and gender on peer victimization, suicidal ideation and school connectedness in high school. Remedial and Special Education.
  42. Walters, G., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Reciprocity of cognitive and emotional antecedents to bullying behavior: Bidirectional relations between cognitive impulsivity and anger. Youth & Society
  43.  Hong, J. S., Valido, A., Rivas‐Koehl, M. M., Wade, R. M., Espelage, D. L., & Voisin, D. R. (2021). Bullying victimization, psychosocial functioning, and protective factors: Comparing African American heterosexual and sexual minority adolescents in Chicago’s Southside. Journal of Community Psychology, 49(5), 1358-1375.
  44. 43. Hatchel, T.*, Polanin, J., & Espelage, D.L. (2021). Suicidal thoughts and behaviors among LGBTQ youth: Meta-analyses and a systematic review. Archives of Suicide Research, 25, 1-37.
  1. Hatchel, T.*, Ingram, K.*, Huang, Y.*, & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Homophobic bullying victimization trajectories: The roles of perpetration, gender, and sexuality. Aggressive Behavior, 46(5), 370-379
  2. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2020): Peer victimization, antisocial cognition, and delinquency in early adolescent schoolchildren: A test of the person–situation interface. Journal of School Violence.
  3. Egan, J., DeLucas, M., Morrill, B. A., Friedman, M. S., Corey, S., Henderson, E., … & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Feasibility of a web-accessible game-based intervention aimed at improving help seeking and coping among sexual and gender minority youth: results from a randomized controlled trial. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54, S158-S158.
  4. McMahon, S.D., Peist, E., Davis, J.O., McConnell, E., Reaves, S., Reddy, L.A., Anderman, E.M., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Addressing violence against teachers: A social‐ecological analysis of teachers’ perspectives. Psychology in the Schools, 57, 1040–1056
  5. Yoder, J., Williford, A., Ortega, L., Espelage, D.L., LoMurray, S., Ruiz, D., & Kennedy, N. (2020). Qualitative process evaluation of rural schools: culture and climate impacts on readiness for and uptake of change processes within a primary prevention program for youthPrevention Science. 
  6. Espelage, D.L., El Sheikh, A.*, Robinson, L.E.*, Valido, A.*, Ingram, K.M.*, Torgal, C.A.*, Atria, C., Salama, C.D.,  Chalfant, P.K., Poekert, P., & Nicholson, A.M. (2020). Development of online professional development for School Resource Officers: Understanding trauma, social-emotional learning, restorative discipline, and cultural diversity. Journal of Police & Criminal Psychology. 
  7. Mintz, S., Ingram, K.M.*, Milliken, A., Kuehl, T.Espelage, D.L. (2020). Impact of sexual violence victimization on future substance misuse among high school youth in Colorado. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  8. Hong, J.S., Kim, D.H., Peguero, A.A., Padilla, Y.C., & Espelage, D.L. (under review). Peer victimization and internalizing problems of foreign-born and U.S.-born ethnic minority adolescents: The moderating role of parental monitoring. Victims & Offenders. 
  9. Henderson, E.R., Sang, J.M., Louth-Marquez, W., Egan, J.E., Espelage, D.L., Friedman, M., & Coulter, R.W.S. (2020). “Words aren’t supposed to hurt, but they do”: Sexual and gender minority youth’s bullying experiences. Journal of LGBT Youth 
  10. Hill, A.L., Miller, E., Switzer, G.E., Yu, L., Heilman, B., Levtov, R.G., Vlahovicova, K., Espelage, D.L. Barker, G., Coulter, R.W.S. (2020). Harmful masculinities in three countries: Psychometric study of the Man Box scale. Preventive Medicine. 
  11. Sang, J.M., Louth, W., Henderson, E.R., Egan, J.E., Chugani, C.D., Hunter, S.C., Espelage, D.L., Friedman, M.S., & Coulter, R.W.S. (2020). “It’s not okay for you to call me that”: How sexual and gender minority youth cope with bullying victimization. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 
  12. Espelage, D.L., Ingram, K.M.*, Merrin, G.J., Valido, A.*, Bowman, C., & Holt, M.K. (under review). Longitudinal effects of a middle school social-emotional learning program on bullying and gender-based harassment in high school. School Psychology 
  13. Tucker, J.S., Green, H.D., de la Haye, K., Espelage, D.L., Ewing, B.A., & Punkay, M. (under review). Adolescenfriendship characteristics associated with verbal aggression homophily: A social relations model perspective. Journal of Research on Adolescence. 
  14. Hong, J.S., Lee, J., Espelage, D.L., Hunter, S.C., & Patton, D.U. (under review). Are the antecedents of face-to-face and cyberbullying victimization similar or different for adolescents in the United States? A social-ecological analysis. Violence & Victims. 
  15. Colaiaco, B.*, Green, H., Espelage, D.L., Ewing, B., Tucker, J., & Pollard, M. (under review). Association of community norms with willingness to intervene in bullying among early adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health. 
  16. Ingram, K.M.*, Basile, K.C., Leemis, R., Espelage, D.L., & Valido, A.* (under review). Approach to understanding associations between sports participation, substance Use, dismissive attitudes, and sexual violence perpetration among high school athletes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  17. Merrin, G.J., Davis, J.P., Ingram, K.M.*, & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Why do youth join gangs? Examining social ecological correlates of youth gang entry among serious juvenile offenders. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 
  18. Polanin, J.R., Espelage, D.L., Grotpeter, J., Valido, A.*, Ingram, K.M.*, Torgal, C.*, El Sheikh, A.*, & Robinson, L.* (2020). Locating unregistered and unreported data for use in a systematic review and meta-analysisSystematic Reviews. 
  19. Bradshaw, C., Cohen, J., Espelage, D.L., & Nation, M. (revise & resubmit). The role of school climate in school safety: Identifying pathways to improvement. School Psychology Review. 
  20. Hatchel, T., Ingram, K.*, Huang, Y.*, & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Homophobic bullying victimization trajectories: The roles of perpetration, gender, and sexuality. Aggressive Behavior. 
  21. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Assessing the relationship between cyber and traditional forms of bullying and sexual harassment: Stepping stones or displacement? Cyberpsychology 
  22. Basile, K.C., Espelage, D.L., Ingram, K.M.*, Simon, T.R., & Berrier, F.L. (2020). The role of middle School sports involvement in understanding high school sexual violence perpetration. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 
  23. McMahon, S. D., Davis, J. O., Peist, E., Bare, K., Espelage, D. L., Martinez, A., Anderman, E. M., & Reddy, L. A. (2020). Student verbal aggression toward teachers: How do behavioral patterns unfold? Psychology of Violence, 10(2), 192–200.
  24. Ingram, K. M.*, Espelage, D. L., Davis, J. P., & Merrin, G. J. (2020). Family violence, sibling, and peer aggression during adolescence: associations with behavioral health outcomes.Frontiers in Psychiatry,11, 26. 
  25. Davis, J.P., Ingram, K.M.*, Merrin, G.J., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Exposure to parental and community violence and the relationship to bullying perpetration and victimization among early adolescents: A parallel process growth mixture latent transition analysis. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 61(1), 77-89. 
  26. Hong, J.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Introduction to the special issue: Firearms homicide and perceptions of safety in American schools post-Columbine.Journal of School Violence19(1), 1-5. 
  27. Valido, A.*, Ingram, K.M.*, Espelage, D.L., Torgal, C.*, Merrin, G.J., & Davis, J. (2020). Intra-familial violence and peer aggression among early adolescence: Moderating role of school sense of belonging. Journal of Family Violence. 
  28. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Hostility, anger, and dominance as mediators of the sibling aggression‒school fighting relationship: Mechanisms of aggression generalization. Psychology of Violence10(1), 48-57. 
  29. Mustanski, B., & Espelage, D.L. (2020). Why are we not closing the gap in suicide disparities for sexual minority youth? Pediatrics145(3).3.
  30. Valido, A., Espelage, D., Hong, J. S., Rivas-Koehl, M., & Robinson, L. E. (2020). Social-Ecological Examination of Non-Consensual Sexting Perpetration among U.S. Adolescents. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health17(24).
  31. Rinehart, S. J., Espelage, D., & Bub, K. L. (2020). Longitudinal Effects of Gendered Harassment Perpetration and Victimization on Mental Health Outcomes in Adolescence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence35(23-24), 5997–6016.
  32. Rawlings, J. R., & Espelage, D. (2020). Middle School Music Ensemble Participation, Homophobic Name-Calling, and Mental Health. Youth and Society52(7), 1238–1258.
  33. Mintz, S., Ingram, K. M., Milliken, A., Kuehl, T., & Espelage, D. (2020). Longitudinal Associations Between Sexual Victimization and Substance Misuse Among High School Youth in Colorado. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 886260520959628.
  34. Hatchel, T., Ingram, K. M., Huang, Y., & Espelage, D. (2020). Homophobic bullying victimization trajectories: The roles of perpetration, sex assigned at birth, and sexuality. Aggressive Behavior46(5), 370–379.
  35. Espelage, D., Leemis, R. W., Niolon, P. H., Kearns, M., Basile, K. C., & Davis, J. P. (2020). Teen Dating Violence Perpetration: Protective Factor Trajectories from Middle to High School among Adolescents. Journal of Research on Adolescence30(1), 170–188.
  36. Miller, E., Culyba, A. J., Paglisotti, T., Massof, M., Gao, Q., Ports, K. A., … Jones, K. A. (2020). Male Adolescents’ Gender Attitudes and Violence: Implications for Youth Violence Prevention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine58(3), 396–406.
  37. Miller, E., Jones, K. A., Culyba, A. J., Paglisotti, T., Dwarakanath, N., Massof, M., … Abebe, K. Z. (2020). Effect of a Community-Based Gender Norms Program on Sexual Violence Perpetration by Adolescent Boys and Young Men: A Cluster Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Network Open3(12), e2028499.
  1. McMahon, S.D., Peist, E., Davis, J.O., Bare, K., Martinez, A., Reddy, L.A., Espelage, D.L. & Anderman, E.M. (2019). Physical aggression toward teachers: Antecedents, behaviors, and consequences. Aggressive Behavior, 46(1), 116-126.
  2. Hatchel, T., Merrin, G.J., Espelage, D.L. (2019).  Peer victimization, school connectedness, and suicidality among LGBQ youth: Do parental support and self-compassion dampen poor outcomes? Journal of LBGT16(2), 134-152.
  3. Polanin, J., Pigott, T., Espelage, D.L., & Grotpeter, J. (2019). Best practice guidelines for abstract screening large-evidence systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Research Synthesis Methods10(3), 330-342.
  4. Davis, J.P., Merrin, G.J., Ingram, K.M.*, Espelage, D.L., Valido, A.*, & El Sheikh, A.* (2019). Bully victimization, depression, & school belonging among middle school youth: Disaggregating between- and within-person longitudinal effects. Journal of Child and Family Studies28(9), 2365-2378.
  5. Gaffney, H., Farrington, D. P., Espelage, D. L., & Ttofi, M. M. (2019). Are cyberbullying intervention and prevention programs effective? A systematic and meta-analytical review. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 45, 134-153.
  6. Miller, E., Culyba, A.J….Espelage, D.L., Adebe, K.Z., Jones, K. (2019). Male adolescents’ gender attitudes and violence: Implications for youth violence prevention. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 58(3), 396-406.
  7. Ingram, K.M.*, Davis, J.P., Espelage, D.L., Hatchel, T., Merrin, G.J., Valido, A.*, & Torgal, C.* (2019). Longitudinal associations between toxic masculinity and bystander willingness to intervene in bullying among middle school boys. Journal of School Psychology, 77, 139-151.
  8. Merrin, G.J., Davis, J.P., Berry, D., & Espelage, D.L. (2019). Developmental changes in delinquency from early to late adolescence: Associations with parental monitoring and peer deviance. Psychology of Violence, 9(2), 196-208.
  9. Ybarra, M.L., Espelage, D.L. Prescott, T.L., Valido, A.*, & Hong, J.S.* (2019). Perceptions of middle school youth about school bullying. Journal of Adolescence75, 175-187.
  10. Varela, J. J., Sirlopu, D., Melipillan, R., Espelage, D. L. Green, J., & Guzman, J. (2019). Exploring the influence of school climate on the relationship between school violence and subjective well-being. Child Indicators Research, 12(6), 2095-2110.
  11. Hatchel, T., Ingram, K.M.*, Mintz, S., Hartley, C., Valido, A.*, Espelage, D.L., & Wyman, P. (2019). The complexities of suicide among LGBTQ adolescents: Exploring help-seeking beliefs,  peer victimization, depressive symptoms, and drug use. Journal of Child and Family Studies28(9), 2443-2455.
  12. Hong, J.S., Espelage, D.L., & Rose, C.A. (2019). Bullying, peer victimization, and child and adolescent health: An introduction to the special issue. Journal of Child and Family Studies28(9), 2329-2334.
  13. Rawlings, J. R., & Espelage, D. L. (2019). Middle school music participation, homophobic name- calling, and mental health. Journal of Research in Music Education. Online first.
  14. Huang, Y., Espelage, D.L., Polanin, J., & Hong, J.S. (2019). A meta-analytic review of school-based anti-bullying programs with a parent component. International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 1(1), 32-44. 
  15. Espelage, D. L., Valido, A.*, Hatchel, T., Ingram, K.M.*, Huang, Y.H.*, & Torgal, C.A.* (2019). Literature review of protective factors associated with homophobic bullying and its consequences among children & adolescents. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 45, 98-110.
  16. Espelage, D.L., Leemis, R.W., Niolon, P.H., Kearns, M., Basile, K.C., & Davis, J.P. (2019). Teen dating violence perpetration: Protective factor trajectories from middle to high school among adolescents. Journal of Research on Adolescence.
  17. Jones, A.E., Espelage, D.L., Valido, A.*, Merrin, J., & Ingram, K.* (2019). Examining classes of bully perpetration among Latinx high school students and associations with substance use and mental health. International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 1, 170-179.
  18. Livingston, J. A., Derrick, J. L., Wang, W., Testa, M., Nickerson, A. B., Espelage, D. L., & Miller, K. E. (2019). Proximal associations among bullying, mood, and substance use: A daily report study. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 28(9), 2558-2571.
  19. Hong, J.S., Ryou, B., Wei, H.S., Allen-Meares, P., & Espelage, D.L. (2019). Identifying promotive factors that potentially buffer the association between peer victimization and weapon-carrying among U.S. adolescents. School Psychology International, 40(4), 381-402.
  20. Davis, J.P., Ports, K.A., Basile, K.C., David-Ferdon, C.F., & Espelage, D.L. (2019). Understanding the buffering effects of protective factors on the relationship between adverse childhood experiences and dating violence perpetration during adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 48(12), 2343-2359.
  21. Leemis, R.W., Espelage, D.L., Basile, K.C., Kollar, L.M.M., & Davis, J.P. (2019). Traditional and cyber bullying and sexual harassment: A longitudinal assessment of risk and protective factors across the social ecology. Aggressive Behavior, 45(2), 181-192.
  22. Felix, E.D., Holt, M.K., Nylund-Gibson, K., Grimm, R., Espelage, D.L., & Green, J.G. (2019). Associations between childhood peer victimization and aggression and subsequent victimization and aggression at college. Psychology of Violence, 9(4), 451-460.
  23. Coulter, R.W.S., Sang, J.M., ……Espelage, D.L., Hunter, S.C., ….Egan, J.E. (2019). Pilot testing the feasibility of a game intervention aimed at improving help seeking and coping among sexual and gender minority youth: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial. JMIR Research Protocols, 8 (2), e12164, 2-30.
  24. Ingram, K. M.*, Espelage, D.L., Valido, A.*, Heinhorst, J., & Joyce, M. (2019). Pilot trial of a virtual reality enhanced bullying prevention curriculum. Journal of Adolescence71, 72-83.
  25. Matjasko, J.L., Holland, K.M., Holt, M.K., Espelage, D.L., & Koenig, B. (2019). All things in moderation? Threshold effects in adolescent extracurricular participation intensity and behavioral problems. Journal of School Health, 89(2), 79-87. doi:10.1111/josh.12715
  26. Hatchel, T., Valido, A.*, Pedro, K. T., Huang, Y., & Espelage, D. L. (2019). Minority stress among transgender adolescents: The role of peer victimization, school belonging, and ethnicity. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 28(9), 2467-2476.
  27. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2019). Latent structure of early adolescent bullying perpetration: A taxometric analysis of raw and ranked scores. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 79(4), 754-772.
  28. Grant, N. J., Merrin, G. J., King, M. T., & Espelage, D. L. (2019). Examining within-person and between-person associations of family violence and peer deviance on bullying perpetration among middle school students. Psychology of Violence, 9(1), 18-27.
  29. Hong, J.S., Voisin, D.R., Kim, J.W., Allen-Meares, P, & Espelage, D.L. (2019). Pathways from peer victimization to sexual risk-taking behavior among African American adolescents in Chicago’s Southside. Psychology of Violence, 9(1), 88-97.
  30. Walters, G. D., & Espelage, D.L. (2019). Bullying perpetration and subsequent delinquency: A regression-based analysis of early adolescent schoolchildren. Journal of Early Adolescence, 39(5), 669-688.
  1. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2018). From victim to victimizer: Hostility, anger, and depression as mediators of the bullying victimization‒bullying perpetration relationship. Journal of School Psychology, 68, 73-83.
  2. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, L. (2018). Exploring the victimization‒early substance misuse relationship: In search of moderating and mediating effects. Child Abuse & Neglect, 81, 354-365.
  1. Espelage, D.L., Davis, J.*, Basile, K.C., Rostad, W.L., & Leemis, R.W. (2018). Alcohol, prescription drug misuse, sexual violence, and dating violence among high school youth. Journal of Adolescent Health, 63 (5), 601–607.
  2. Reddy, L., Espelage, D.L., Anderman, E., Kanrich, J.*, & McMahon, S. (2018). Addressing violence against educators through measurement and research. Aggression & Violent Behavior, 42, 9-28.
  3. Hong, J.S., EspelageL., & Kim, J. (2018). Social-ecological antecedents of oppositional-defiant behavior in U.S. schools: Findings from a nationally representative sample of early adolescents. Child Indicators Research, 11, 307-327.
  4. Anderson, E.M., Espelage, D.L., Reddy, L., McMahon, S.D., Martinez, A., Reynolds, C., Lane, K. & Paul, N. (2018). Teachers’ reactions to experiences of violence: An attributional analysis. Sociology Psychology of Education.
  5. Walters, G. D., & Espelage, D. L. (2018). Prior bullying, delinquency, and victimization as predictors of teen dating violence in high school students: Evidence of moderation by sex.Victims & Offenders.Advance online publication.
  6. Espelage, D. L., Merrin, G. J., Hong, J. S., & Resko, S. M. (2018). Applying social cognitive theory to explore relational aggression across early adolescence: A within- and between-person analysis.Journal of Youth and Adolescence.Advance online publication.
  7. Basile, K. C., Rostad, W. L., Leemis, R. W., Espelage, D. L., & Davis, J. P. (2018). Protective factors for sexual violence: Understanding how trajectories relate to perpetration in high school.Prevention Science. Advance online publication.
  8. Walters, G. D., & Espelage, D. L. (2018). Cognitive insensitivity and cognitive impulsivity as mediators of bullying continuity: Extending the psychological inertia construct to bullying behavior.School Psychology Quarterly, 33(4), 527-536.
  9. Espelage, D. L., Basile, K. C., Leemis, R. W., Hipp, T. N., & Davis, J. P. (2018). Longitudinal examination of the bullying-sexual violence pathway across early to late adolescence: Implicating homophobic name-calling.Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 47(9), 1880-1893.
  10. Davis, J. P., Dumas, T. M., Merrin, G. J., Espelage, D. L., Tan, K., Madden, D., & Hong, J. S. (2018). Examining the pathways between bully victimization, depression, academic achievement, and problematic drinking in adolescence.Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 32(6), 605-616.
  11. Forber-Pratt, A. J., & Espelage, D. L.  (2018). A qualitative investigation of gang presence and sexual harassment in a middle school. Journal of Child and Family Studies. Advance online publication. http://dx/
  12. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2018). The significance of variable order in assessing the effect of perceived parental knowledge and peer deviance on participant delinquency: A replication and extension. Crime & Delinquency. Advance online publication.
  13. Merrin, G. J., Haye, K. d. l., Espelage, D. L., Ewing, B., Tucker, J. S., Hoover, M., & Green, H. D., Jr. (2018). The co-evolution of bullying perpetration, homophobic teasing, and a school friendship network.Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 47(3), 601-618.
  14. Walters, G. D., & Espelage, D. L. (2018). Resurrecting the empathy–bullying relationship with a pro-bullying attitudes mediator: The Lazarus Effect in Mediation Research.Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 46(6), 1229-1239.
  15. Espelage, D.L., Merrin, G.J., & Hatchel, T. (2018). Peer victimization & dating violence among LGBTQ youth: The impact of school violence & crime on mental health outcomes. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 16(2), 156-1783. doi: 10.1177/1541204016680408
  16. Pollard, M.S., Tucker, J.S., Green, H.D., de la Haye, K., & Espelage, D.L. (2018). Adolescent peer networks and the moderating role of depression on developmental trajectories of marijuana use. Addictive Behaviors, 76, 34-40.
  17. Espelage, D. L., Hong, J. S., Merrin, G. J., Davis, J. P., Rose, C. A., & Little, T. D. (2018). A Longitudinal Examination of Homophobic Name-Calling in Middle School: Bullying, Traditional Masculinity, and Sexual Harassment as Predictors. Psychology of Violence, 8(1), 57-66.
  18. Espelage, D. L., Van Ryzin, M. J., & Holt, M. K. (2018). Trajectories of bully perpetration across early adolescence: Static risk factors, dynamic covariates, and longitudinal outcomes.Psychology of Violence, 8(2), 141-150.
  1. Merrin, G. J., Espelage, D. L., & Hong, J. S. (2018). Applying the social-ecological framework to understand the associations of bullying perpetration among high school students: A multilevel analysis. Psychology of Violence, 8(1), 43-56.
  2. Espelage, D. L., Hong, J. S., Kim, D. H., & Nan, L. (2018). Empathy, attitude towards bullying, theory-of-mind, and non-physical forms of bully perpetration and victimization among U.S. Middle school students. Child & Youth Care Forum, 47(1), 45-60.
  1. Chu, J., Hoeflein, B., Goldblum, P., Espelage, D.L., Davis, J., & Bongar, B. (2017). A shortened screener version of the cultural assessment of risk for suicide. Archives of Suicide Research. Advance online publication.\
  2. Walters, G.D., & Espelage, D.L. (2017). Mediating the bullying victimization ‒delinquency relationship with anger and reactive criminal thinking: A test of general strain and criminal lifestyle theories. Journal of Criminal Justice, 53, 66-73.
  3. King, M.T., Merrin, G.J., Espelage, D.L., & Grant, N.J. (2017). Victimization, suicidal ideation, and intersectionality among LGBQ youth and students with disabilities. Exceptional Children, 84(2). Advance online publication.
  4. Volk, T., Veenstra, R. & Espelage, D.L. (2017). So you want to study bullying?: A theoretical and methodological primer to enhance the validity, transparency, and compatibility of bullying research. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 36, 34-43.
  5. Rinehart, S., Espelage, D.L., & Bub, K. (2017). Longitudinal effects of gendered harassment perpetration and victimization on mental health outcomes in adolescence. Advance online publication. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  6. de la Haye, K., Embree, J., Punkay, M., Espelage, D.L., Tucker, J. S., & Green Jr., H. D. (2017). Analytic sampling strategies for longitudinal networks with missing data. Social Networks, 50, 17-25. doi: 10.1016/j.socnet.2017.02.001
  7. Espelage, D. L., & Hong, J. S. (2017). Cyberbullying prevention and intervention efforts: Current knowledge and future directions. The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry / La Revue canadienne de psychiatrie, 62(6), 374-380.
  8. Thornberg, R., Wanstrom, L., Hong, J.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2017). Classroom relationship qualities and social-cognitive correlates of defending and passive bystanding in school bullying in Sweden: A multilevel analysis. Journal of School Psychology, 63, 49-62.
  9. Cho, S., Hong, J.S., Choi, K.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2017). Applying the lifestyle routine activities theory to understand physical and non-physical peer victimization. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 26(3), 297-315. doi: 10.1080/10926771.2016.1264526 (c)
  10. De La Rue, L., Polanin, J. R., Espelage, D. L., & Pigott, T. D. (2017). A meta-analysis of school-based interventions aimed to prevent or reduce violence in teen dating relationships. Review of Educational Research, 87(1), 7-34.
  11. Hatchel, T., Espelage, D. L., & Huang, Y.* (2017). Sexual Harassment Victimization, School Belonging, and Depressive Symptoms Among LGBTQ Adolescents: Temporal Insights. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. Advance online publication.
  12. Hong, J.S., Espelage, D.L., & Sterzing, P. (2017). Understanding the antecedents of adverse peer relationships among early adolescents in the United States: An ecological systems analysis. Youth & Society, 49(8), 999-1022. doi: 10.1177/0044118X15569215.
  1. Espelage, D. L., Rose, C. A., & Polanin, J. R. (2016). Social-emotional learning program to promote prosocial and academic skills among middle school students with disabilities. Remedial and Special Education, 37(6), 323-332.
  2. Espelage, D.L. (2016). Award for distinguished contributions to psychology in the public interest: Dorothy L. Espelage. American Psychologist, 71, 764-767.
  3. Hong, J. S., Voisin, D. R., Cho, S., & Espelage, D. L. (2016). Association among subtypes of bullying status and sexually-risky behaviors of urban African American adolescents in Chicago. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 18(5), 1007-1016. doi: 10.1007/s10903-016-0375-5
  4. Espelage, D.L., Hong, J.S., & Mebane, S. (2016). Recollections of childhood bullying victimization: Correlates with psychological and social functioning among college students. Social Psychology of Education, 19(4) 715 – 728. doi: 35400063115399.0004
  5. Espelage, D. L., Hong, J. S., Rinehart, S., & Doshi, N. (2016). Understanding the themes, locations, & perpetrators of peer-to-peer sexual harassment in middle school: A focus on sex, racial, and grade differences. Children and Youth Services Review, 71, 174-183. doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2016.11.010
  6. Reid, G. M., Holt, M. K., Bowman, C. E., Espelage, D. L., & Green, J. G. (2016). Perceived social support and mental health among first-year college students with histories of bullying victimization. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 25(11), 3331–3341. doi: 10.1007/s10826-016-0477-7
  7. Tucker, J. S., Ewing, B. A., Espelage, D. L., Green, H. D., Jr., de, l. H., & Pollard, M. S. (2016). Longitudinal associations of homophobic name-calling victimization with psychological distress and alcohol use during adolescence. Journal of Adolescent Health, 59(1), 110-115. doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2016.03.018.
  8. Ortega, L., Lyubansky, M., Nettles, S., & Espelage, D. L. (2016). Outcomes of a restorative circles program in a high school setting. Psychology of Violence, 6(3), 459-468. doi: 10.1037/vio0000048
  9. Ybarra, M.L., Prescott, T.L., & Espelage, D.L. (2016). Stepwise development of a text messaging-based bullying prevention program for middle school students (BullyDown). JMIR Mhealth Uhealth, 4(2), e60. doi:10.2196/mhealth.4936
  10. Ybarra, M. L., Espelage, D. L., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Korchmaros, J. D., & Boyd, D. (2016). Lifetime prevalence rates and overlap of physical, psychological, and sexual dating abuse perpetration and victimization in a national sample of youth. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 45(5), 1083-1099. doi:10.1007/s10508-016-0748-9
  11. Chan, W.Y., Hollingsworth, M.A., Espelage, D.L., & Mitchell, K.J. (2016). Understanding violence in context: The importance of culture for implementing systemic change.  Psychology of Violence, 6(1), 22-26. doi: 10.1037/vio0000021
  12. Rinehart, S.J., & Espelage, D.L. (2016). School level predictors of homophobic name-calling & sexual harassment victimization/perpetration among middle school youth.  Psychology of Violence, 6, 213-222.
  13. Espelage, D. L. (2016). Sexual orientation and gender identity in schools: A call for more research in school psychology—no more excuses. Journal of School Psychology, 54, 5 – 8. doi: 10.1016/j.jsp.2015.11.002
  14. Espelage, D.L. (2016). Leveraging school-based research to inform bullying prevention and policy.  American Psychologist, 71, 768-775. doi: /10.1037/amp0000095
  15. Shea, M., Wang, C., Shi, W., Gonzalez, V., & Espelage, D. (2016). Parents and teachers’ perspectives on school bullying among elementary school-aged Asian and Latino immigrant children. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 7(2), 83-96. doi: 10.1037/aap0000047.
  1. Espelage, D.L., Van Ryzin, M., Low, S., & Polanin, J. (2015). Clinical trial of Second Step© middle-school Program: Impact on bullying, cyberbullying, homophobic teasing & sexual harassment perpetration. School Psychology Review, 44 (4), 464-479. doi: 10.17105/spr-15-0052.1
  2. Merrin, G., Hong, J., & Espelage, D.L. (2015). Are the risk and protective factors similar for gang-involved, pressured-to-join, and non-gang involved youth? A social-ecological analysis. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 85 (6), 522-535. doi: 10.1037/ort0000094
  3. Cohen, J., Espelage, D.L., Berkowitz, M., Twemlow, S., & Comer, J. (2015). Rethinking effective bully and violence prevention efforts: Promoting healthy school climates, positive youth development, and preventing bully-victim-bystander behavior. International Journal of Violence and Schools, 15, 2-40.
  4. Espelage, D.L. (2015). Data needs for emerging research issues in bully & violence prevention: strengths & limitations of the national center for educational statistics datasets.  AERA Open, (1)3, 1–7. doi: 10.1177/2332858415604147
  5. Martinez, A., McMahon, S.D., Espelage, D.L., Anderman, E., Reddy, L.A., & Sanchez, B. (2015). Teacher poly-victimization: identifying teacher demographic, cognitive, and environmental correlates. Journal of School Violence, 15(4), 387-405. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2015.1056879
  6. Espelage, D.L., Rose, C.A., & Polanin, J.R. (2015). Social-emotional learning program to reduce bullying, fighting, & victimization among middle school students with disabilities.  Remedial and Special Education, 36(5), 299 – 311. doi: 10.1177/0741932514564564
  7. Mitchell, K.J., Ybarra, M., Jones, L., & Espelage, D.L. (2015). What features make online harassment incidents upsetting to youth?  Journal of School Violence. 15(3), 279-301. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2014.990462
  8. Espelage, D.L., Low, S., Polanin, J., & Brown, E. (2015). Clinical trial of Second Step© middle-school program:  Impact on aggression & victimization.  Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 37, 52-63. doi: 10.1016/j.appdev.2014.11.007
  9. Rodkin, P.C., Espelage, D.L., & Hanish, L.D. (2015). A relational framework for understanding bullying: Developmental antecedents and outcomes.  American Psychologist, 70, 311–321. doi: 10.1037/a0038658
  10. Espelage, D.L., Hong, J.S., Rao, M., & Thornberg, R. (2015). Social-ecological factors associated with bullying perpetration among early adolescents across the elementary-middle school transition.  Violence & Victims, 30, 470-488. doi: 10.1891/0886-6708.VV-D-14-00046
  11. Yeager, D.S., Fong, C.J., Lee, H.Y., & Espelage, D.L. (2015). Declines in efficacy of anti-bullying programs among older adolescents:  A developmental theory and a three-level meta-analysis.  Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 37, 36-51. doi: 10.1016/j.appdev.2014.11.005
  12. Birkett, M., & Espelage, D.L. (2015). Homophobic name-calling, peer-groups, and masculinity: The socialization of homophobic behavior in adolescents. Social Development, 24, 184-205. doi: 10.1111/sode.12085
  13. Mancilla-Caceres, J.F., Espelage, D.L., & Amir, E. (2015). Using game behavior to understand peer aggression.  Journal of School Violence, 14(1), 66-86. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2014.963593
  14. Rose, C. A., Espelage, D. L., Monda-Amaya, L. E., Shogren, K. A., & Aragon, S. R. (2015). Bullying and middle school students with and without specific learning disabilities: An examination of social-ecological predictors.  Journal of Learning Disabilities, 48(3), 239–254. doi: 10.1177/0022219413496279
  15. Shetgiri, R., Espelage, D. L., & Carroll, L. (2015). Practical strategies for clinical management of bullying. Springer Science + Business Media, New York, NY. D. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-15476-3
  16. Espelage, D. L. (2015). Taking peer victimization research to the next level: Complex interactions among genes, teacher attitudes/behaviors, peer ecologies, & classroom characteristics. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 43 (1), 77-80. doi: 10.1007/s10802-014-9948-8
  17. Espelage, D. L., Basile, K. C., Rue, D. L., & Hamburger, M. E. (2015). Longitudinal associations among bullying, homophobic teasing, and sexual violence perpetration among middle school students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 30(14), 2541-2561. doi: 10.1177/0886260514553113
  18. Polanin, J., & Espelage, D.L. (2015). Using a meta-analytic technique to assess the impact of treatment intensity measures in a multi-site cluster-randomized trial.  Journal of Behavioral Education, (24)1, 133–15. doi:10.1007/s10864-014-9205-9.
  1. Mancilla-Caceres, J.F., Espelage, D.L., & Amir, E. (2014). Emotions in social computer games: Relations with bullying, aggression, & school belonging. International Journal of Gaming and Computer Mediated Simulations, 6, 35-52. doi: 10.4018/ijgcms.2014070104
  2. Holt, M.K., Grief Green, J., Reid, G., Dimeo, A., Espelage, D.L., Felix, E., Furlong, M., Poteat, P., & Sharkey, J. (2014). Associations between past bullying experiences and initial adjustment to college.  American Journal of College Health, 62, 552-560. doi: 10.1080/07448481.2014.947990
  3. Espelage, D.L. (2014). Ecological theory: Preventing youth bullying, aggression, & victimization.  Theory into Practice, 53, 257-264. doi: 10.1080/00405841.2014.947216
  4. Gini, G., & Espelage, D.L. (2014). Peer victimization, cyberbullying, and suicide risk in children and adolescents.  JAMA, 312, 545 – 546. doi: 10.1001/jama.2014.3212
  5. Ybarra, M., Espelage, D.L., & Mitchell, K.J. (2014). Differentiating youth who are bullied from other victims of peer-aggression: the importance of differential power and repetition.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 55, 293-300. doi: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2014.02.009
  6. McMahon, S.D., Martinez, A., Espelage, D.L., Reddy, L.A., Rose, C., Lane, K., Anderman, E., Reynolds, C.R., Jones, A., & Brown, V. (2014). Violence directed against teachers: Results from a national survey.  Psychology in the Schools, 51, 753-766. doi: 10.1002/pits.21777
  7. Batanova, M.D., Espelage, D.L., & Rao, M.A. (2014). An examination of early adolescents’ willingness to intervene: What roles do attributions, affect, coping, and self-reported victimization play? Journal of School Psychology, 52, 279-293.
  8. Espelage, D.L., Low, S., & Jimerson, S. (2014). Understanding school climate, aggression, peer victimization, and bully perpetration: contemporary science, practice, and policy.  School Psychology Quarterly, 29, 233-237. doi: 10.1037/spq0000090
  9. Espelage, D.L., Polanin, J., & Low, S. (2014). Teacher & staff perceptions of school environment as predictors of student aggression, victimization, and willingness to intervene in bullying situations.  School Psychology Quarterly, 29 (3), 387-405. doi: 10.1037/spq0000072
  10. Hong, J.S., Peguero, A.A., Choi, S., Lanesskog, D., Espelage, D.L., & Lee, N.Y. (2014). Social ecology of bullying and peer victimization of Latino and Asian youth in the United States: A review of the literature. Journal of School Violence, 13(3), 315-338. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2013.856013
  11. Shin, J. H., Hong, J. S., Yoon, J., & Espelage, D. L (2014). Interparental conflict, parenting behavior, and children’s friendship quality as correlates of peer aggression and peer victimization among aggressor/victim subgroups in South Korea. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29(10), 1933-1952. doi: 10.1177/0886260513511695
  12. Aragon, S. R., Poteat, V. P., Espelage, D. L., & Koenig, B. W.  (2014). Peer victimization, educational outcomes, and sexual orientation among high school students. Journal of LGBT Youth, 11(1), 1-19.
  13. Forber-Pratt, A. J., Aragon, S. R., & Espelage, D. L.  (2014). The influence of gang presence on victimization in one middle school environment.  Psychology of Violence, 4(1), 8-20. doi: 10.1037/a0031835
  14. Low, S., & Espelage, D.L. (2014). Conduits from community violence exposure to bullying and victimization: contributions of parental monitoring, impulsivity and deviancy. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 61(2), 221-231. doi: 10.1037/a0035207
  15. De La Rue, D. L., & Espelage, D. L. (2014). Family and abuse characteristics of gang-involved, pressured-to-join, and non–gang-involved girls. Psychology of Violence, 4(3), 253-265. doi: 10.1037/a0035492
  16. Espelage, D. L., Low, S., Rao, M. A., Hong, J. S. & Little, T. D. (2014). Family violence, bullying, fighting, and substance use among adolescents: a longitudinal mediational model. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 24, 337–349. doi: 10.1111/jora.12060.
  1. Holt, M., & Espelage, D.L. (2013). Cyber bullying victimization: associations with other victimization forms and psychological distress. Missouri Law Review, 77, 641-652. doi: 10.1177/0022427816683515
  2. Espelage, D.L., Rao, M.A., & De La Rue, L. (2013). Current research on school-based bullying: A social-ecological perspective.  Journal of Social Distress & The Homeless, 22, 7 – 21. doi: 10.1179/1053078913Z.0000000002
  3. Hanish, L., Bradshaw, C., Espelage, D.L., Rodkin, P., Swearer, S.M., & Horne, A. (2013). Current trends and future directions in research on bullying.  Journal of School Violence, 12, 283-295.  doi:10.1080/15388220.2013.788449
  4. Espelage, D.L. (2013). Why are bully prevention programs failing in U.S. schools?  Journalof Curriculum and Pedagogy, 10, 121-123.  doi: 1080/15505170.2013.849629
  5. Holt, M., Matjasko, J., Reid, G., Espelage, D., & Koenig, B. (2013). Sexual risk taking and bullying among adolescents. Pediatrics, 132, e1481-e1487. doi: 10.1542/peds.2013-0401
  6. Robinson, J., & Espelage, D.L. (2013). Peer victimization and sexual risk differences between LGBTQ and heterosexual youth in grades 7-12.  American Journal of Public Health. doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2013.301387
  7. Reddy, L.A., Espelage, D.L., McMahon, S.D., Anderman, E., Lane, K., Brown, V., Reynolds, C.R., Jones, A. (2013). Violence against teachers: Case studies from the APA task force.  International Journal of School & Educational Psychology, 1, 231-245. doi: 10.1080/21683603.2013.837019
  8. Espelage, D.L. (2013). Emerging issues in school bullying research & prevention science.  Theory into Practice, 52 (4), 229-232. doi: 1080/00405841.2013.829722
  9. Espelage, D.L., Hong, J.S., Rao, M.A. , & Low, S. (2013). Relationship between relational and verbal/physical victimization and academic performance in middle school students.  Theory into Practice, 52 (4), 233-240. doi: 1080/00405841.2013.829724
  10. Rose, C. A., Forber-Pratt, A. J., Espelage, D. L., & Aragon, S. R. (2013). The influence of psychosocial factors on bullying involvement of students with high incidence disabilities.  Theory into Practice, 52 (4), 272-279. doi: 1080/00405841.2013.829730
  11. Huang, H., Hong, J.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2013). Understanding factors associated with bullying and peer victimization in Chinese schools within ecological contexts. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 22(7), 881-892. doi: 1007/s10826-012-9647-4
  12. Espelage, D., & Holt, M. (2013). Suicidal ideation and school bullying experiences after controlling for depression and delinquency. Journal of Adolescent Health, 53, S27-S31. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2012.09.017
  13. Low, S., Polanin, J., & Espelage, D.L. (2013). Peer socialization & relational aggression among middle school students. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 42, 1078 – 1089. doi:10.1007/s10964-013-9933-5
  14. Espelage, D.L., Low, S., Polanin, J., & Brown, E. (2013). The Impact of a Middle-School Program to Reduce Aggression, Victimization, and Sexual Violence.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 53(2), 180-186. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2013.02.021
  15. Charmaraman, L., Jones, A.E., Stein, N., & Espelage, D.L. (2013). Is it bullying or sexual harassment?  Knowledge, attitudes, and professional development experiences of middle school staff.  Journal of School Health, 83, 483-444. doi: 10.1111/josh.12048
  16. Robinson, J., Espelage, D.L., & Rivers, I. (2013). Does it get better? Developmental trends in peer victimization and mental health in LGB and heterosexual youth—results from a nationally representative prospective cohort study.  Pediatrics, 131:3, 423- doi: 10.1542/peds.2012-2595:
  17. Low, S., & Espelage, D.L. (2013). Differentiating cyber bullying perpetration from other forms of peer aggression:  Commonalities across race, individual, and family predictors. Psychology of Violence, 3, 39 – 52. doi: 10.1037/a0030308
  18. Astor, R.A., Cornell, D.G., Espelage, D.L., Furlong, M.J., Jimerson, S.R., Mayer, M.G. et al. (2013). A call for more effective prevention of violence. The School Psychologist, 67(2), 40-43.
  19. Astor, R.A., Cornell, D.G., Espelage, D.L., Furlong, M.J., Jimerson, M.J., et al., Interdisciplinary Group on Preventing School and Community Violence (2013). December 2012 Connecticut school shooting position statement.  Journal of School Violence, 12 (2), 119-133. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2012.762488
  20. Espelage, D.L., Anderman, E., Brown, V., Jones, A., Lane, K., McMahon, S.D., Reddy, L.A., & Reynolds, C.R. (2013). Understanding and preventing violence directed against teachers: Recommendations for a national research, practice, and policy agenda.  American Psychologist, Feb-March, 75-87. doi: 10.1037/a0031307.
  1. Rose, C. A., Swearer, S.M., & Espelage, D. L. (2012). Students with disabilities: The untold narrative. Focus on Exceptional Children, 45 (2), 1-10. doi: 10.1177/074193251557291
  2. Espelage, D. L., Low, S., & De La Rue, L. (2012). Relations between peer victimization subtypes, family violence, and psychological outcomes during adolescence. Psychology of Violence, 2, 313 – 324. doi: 10.1037/a0027386
  3. Robinson, J.P., & Espelage, D.L. (2012). Bullying Explains Only Part of LGBTQ-Heterosexual Risk Disparities: Implications for Policy and Practice.  Educational Researcher, 41 (8), 309 – 319. doi: 3102/0013189X12457023
  4. Rose, C. A., & Espelage, D. L. (2012). Risk and protective factors associated with the bullying involvement of students with disabilities. Behavioral Disorders, 37 (3), 133-148.
  5. Espelage, D.L. (2012). Bullying prevention: A research dialogue with Dorothy EspelagePrevention Researcher, 19 (3), 17 – 19.
  6. Hong, J.S., Espelage, D.L., Grogan-kaylor, A., & Allen-meares, P. (2012). Identifying potential mediators and moderators of the association between child maltreatment and bullying perpetration and victimization in school. Educational Psychology Review, 24, 167- 186. doi: 1007/s10648-011-9185-4
  7. Hong, J.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2012). A review of research on bullying and peer victimization in school:  An ecological systems analysis.  Aggression and Violent Behavior, 17, 311 – 312. doi: 10.1016/j.avb.2012.03.003
  8. Hong, J.S., Kral, M.J., Espelage, D.L., & Allen-Meares, P. (2012). The social ecology of adolescent-initiated parent abuse: A review of the literature. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 43 (3), 431 – 454. doi: 1007/s10578-011-0273-y
  9. White, J., Anderson, C., Espelage, D.L., Perilla, J., & Rosenbaum, A. (2012). Best violence research of 2011:  Selections from an invited panel of researchers.  Psychology of Violence, 2, 229 – 238. doi: 10.1037/a0028837
  10. Espelage, D.L., Green, H.D., & Polanin, J. (2012). Willingness to intervene in bullying episodes among middle school students: individual and peer-group influences. Journal of Early Adolescence, 32, 776- doi: 10.1177/0272431611423017
  11. Espelage, D.L., Basile, K.C., & Hamburger, M.E. (2012). Bullying experiences and co-occurring sexual violence perpetration among middle school students: Shared and unique risk factors.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 50, 60 – 65. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2011.07.015
  12. Espelage, D. L., & De La Rue, L. (2012). School bullying: its nature and ecology. International journal of adolescent medicine and health, 24(1), 3-10. doi: 10.1515/ijamh.2012.002
  13. Polanin, J., Espelage, D.L., & Pigott, T.D. (2012). A meta-analysis of school-based bullying prevention programs’ effects on bystander intervention behavior and empathy attitude. School Psychology Review, 41 (1), 47 – 65.
  14. Hong, J.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2012). A review of mixed methods research on bullying and peer victimization in school. Educational Review, 64(1), 115-126. doi: 1080/00131911.2011.598917.
  1. Rose, C. A., Espelage, D. L., Aragon, S. R., & Elliott, J. (2011). Bullying and victimization among students in special education and general education curricula. Exceptionality Education International, 21(3), 2-14.
  2. Hong, J.S., Espelage, D.L., & Kral, M.J. (2011). Understanding suicide among sexual minority youth in America: An ecological systems analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 34, 885-894. doi: 10.1016/j.adolescence.2011.01.002
  3. Robinson, J.P. & Espelage, D.L. (2011). Inequities in educational and psychological outcomes between LGBTQ and straight students in middle and high school.  Educational Researcher, 40, 315-330.   doi: 3102/0013189X11422112
  4. Hong, J.S., Cho, H., Allen-Meares, & Espelage, D.L. (2011). The social ecology of the Columbine High School shootings. Children & Youth Services Review, 33(6), 861-868.doi: 10.1016/j.childyouth.2010.12.005
  5. Espelage, D.L., & De La Rue, L. (2011). Getting serious about community-based approaches to youth violence prevention. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 5, (1), 3-5. doi:10.1353/cpr.2011.0006
  6. Rose, C. A., Monda-Amaya, L. E., & Espelage, D. L. (2011). Bullying perpetration and victimization in special education: A review of the literature. Remedial and Special Education, 32 (2), 114-130. doi:10.177/071932510361247.
  1. Lee, S.Y., Hong, J.S., & Espelage, D.L. (2010). An ecological understanding of youth suicide in South Korea. School Psychology International, 31(5), 531-546. doi:1177/0143034310382724
  2. Swearer, S., Espelage, D.L., Vaillancourt, T., & Hymel, S. (2010). Challenges facing educators and researchers regarding school bullying:  Linking research to educational practice.  Educational Researcher, 39(1), 38-47 doi: 3102/0013189X09357622.
  1. Rose, C. A., Espelage, D. L., & Monda-Amaya, L. E. (2009). Bullying and victimization rates among students in general and special education: A comparative analysis. Educational Psychology, 29(7), 761-776. doi: 1080/01443410903254864
  2. Mayberry, M., Espelage, D.L., & Koenig, B. (2009). Multilevel modeling of direct effects and interactions of peers, parents, school, and community influences on adolescent substance use.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38 (8), 1038-1049. doi: 1007/s10964-009-9425-9
  3. Poteat, V. P., Aragon, S. R., Espelage, D. L., & Koenig, B. W. (2009). Psychosocial concerns of sexual minority youth: Complexity and caution in group differences. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77 (1), 196 – 201. doi: 10.1037/a0014158
  4. Basile, K.C., Espelage, D.L., Rivers, I., McMahon, P.M., & Simon, T.R. (2009). The theoretical and empirical links between bullying behavior and male sexual violence perpetration.  Aggression and Violent Behavior, 14(5), 336-347. doi: 10.1016/j.avb.2009.06.001
  5. Poteat, V.P., Espelage, D.L., & Koenig, B.W. (2009). Willingness to remain friends and attend school with lesbian and gay peers: Relational expressions of prejudice among heterosexual youth.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38(7), 952-962. doi: 1007/s10964-009-9416-x
  6. Birkett, M., Espelage, D.L., & Koenig, B. (2009). LGB and questioning students in schools: The moderating effects of homophobic bullying and school climate on negative outcomes.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38 (7), 989 – 1000.   doi: 1007/s10964-008-9389-1.
  1. Espelage, D. L., Aragon, S. R, & Birkett, M. (2008). Homophobic teasing, psychological outcomes, and sexual orientation among high school students: What influence do parents and schools have?  School Psychology Review, 37, 202-216.    
  2. Meno, C.A., Hannum, J.W., Espelage, D.L., & Low, K.S.D. (2008). Familial and individual variables as predictors of dieting concerns and binge eating in college females. Eating Behaviors, 9 (1), 91-101. doi: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2007.06.002.
  1. Kingsbury, W.L. & Espelage, D. (2007). Attribution style and coping along the bully-victim continuum. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, 64, 71-102.
  2. Ybarra, M., Espelage, D., & Mitchell, K. (2007). The co-occurrence of internet harassment and unwanted sexual solicitation victimization and perpetration:  Associations with psychosocial indicators.  Journal of Adolescent Health, 41 (6), S31 – S41. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2007.09.010
  3. Poteat, P., Espelage, D. L., & Green, H. (2007). The socialization of dominance: Peer group contextual effects on heterosexist and dominance attitudes.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92 (6), 1040 – 1050.  doi: 10.1037/0022-3514.92.6.1040
  4. Holt, M. K., & Espelage, D. L. (2007). Perceived social support among bullies, victims, and bully-victims. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 36 (6), 984 – 994. doi: 1007/s10964-006-9153-3
  5. Thome, J.L., & Espelage, D. L. (2007). Obligatory exercise and eating pathology in college females:  Replication and development of a structural model.  Eating Behaviors, 8 (3), 334 – 349. doi: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2006.11.009
  6. Poteat, V. P., & Espelage, D. L. (2007). Predicting psychosocial consequences of homophobic victimization in middle school students.  Journal of Early Adolescence, 27 (2), 175 – 191. doi: 1177/0272431606294839
  7. Espelage, D. L., & Holt, M. K. (2007). Dating violence & sexual harassment across the bully-victim continuum among middle and high school students. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 36 (6), 799 – 811. doi: 10.1007/s10964-006-9109-7
  8. Mayberry, M., & Espelage, D. L. (2007). Associations among empathy, social competence, and reactive/proactive subtypes.  Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 36 (6), 787 – 798.  doi: 1007/s10964-006-9113-y.
  1. Hund, A., & Espelage, D. L. (2006). Childhood emotional abuse and disordered eating among undergraduate females: Mediating influence of alexithymia and distress. Child Abuse & Neglect, 30 (4), 393 – 408.  doi: 1016/j.chiabu.2005.11.003
  2. VanBoven, A. M., & Espelage, D. L. (2006). Depressive symptoms, coping strategies, and disordered eating among college women.  Journal of Counseling & Development, 84 (3), 341– 348.  doi: 1002/j.1556-6678.2006.tb00413.x.
  1. Murthi, M., & Espelage, D. L. (2005). Childhood sexual abuse, social support, and psychological outcomes: A loss framework.  Child Abuse & Neglect, 29, 1215-1231. doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2005.03.008
  2. Glomb, S. M, & Espelage, D. L. (2005). The influence of restrictive emotionality in men’s emotional appraisal of sexual harassment:  A gender role interpretation.  Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 6 (4), 240-253. doi: 10.1037/1524-9220.6.4.240
  3. Poteat, V. P., & Espelage, D. L. (2005). Exploring the relation between bullying and homophobic verbal content: The Homophobic Content Agent Target (HCAT) Scale.  Violence and Victims, 20 (5), 513-528. doi: 10.1891/vivi.2005.20.5.513
  4. Holt, M. K., & Espelage, D. L. (2005). Social support as a moderator between dating violence victimization and depression/anxiety among African-American and Caucasian adolescents. School Psychology Review,34(3), 309-328.
  5. Hale, C. J., Hannum, J. W., & Espelage, D. L. (2005). Social support and psychological health: The importance of belonging.  Journal of American College Health, 53 (6), 276-284. doi: 3200/JACH.53.6.276-284
  6. Hund, A. R., & Espelage, D. L. (2005). Childhood sexual abuse, disordered eating, alexithymia, and general distress:  A mediation model.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 52 (4), 559-573.  doi: 10.1037/0022-0167.52.4.559.
  1. Thome, J. L., & Espelage, D. L. (2004). Relations among exercise, coping, disordered eating, and psychological health among college students. Eating Behaviors, 5, 337-351. doi: 10.1016/j.eatbeh.2004.04.002
  2. Cauffman, E., Piquero, A. R., Broidy, L., Espelage, D. L., & Mazerolle, P. (2004). Heterogeneity in the association between social-emotional adjustment profiles and deviant behavior among male and female serious juvenile offenders.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 48 (2), 235-252. doi: 1177/0306624X03261255
  3. Espelage, D.L. (2004). An ecological perspective to school-based bullying prevention.  The Prevention Researcher, 11, 3-6.
  4. Breen, H.B., & Espelage, D. L. (2004). Nutrition expertise in eating disorders.  Eating & Weight Disorders: Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia, and Obesity, 9, 120-125.  doi: 1007/BF03325055.
  1. Broidy, L., Cauffman, E., Espelage, D. L., Mazerolle, P., & Piquero, A. (2003). Sex differences in empathy and its relation to juvenile offending. Violence and Victims, 18 (5), 503-516.  doi: 10.1891/vivi.2003.18.5.503
  2. Espelage, D. L., Cauffman, E., Broidy, L., Piquero, A. R., & Mazerolle, P. (2003). A cluster-analytic investigation of MMPI profiles of serious male and female juvenile offenders.  Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 42 (7), 770-777. doi:10.1097/01.CHI.0000046877.27264.F6
  3. Mazzeo, S. E., Espelage, D. L., Sherman, R., & Thompson, R. (2003). Trends in eating disorder symptomatology in an outpatient center:  1988-1998.  Eating Disorders, 4, 211-220. doi: 10.1016/S1471-0153(03)00017-5
  4. Espelage, D. L., Mazzeo, S. E., Aggen, S. H., & Quittner, A. L. (2003). Examining the construct validity of the Eating Disorder Inventory.  Psychological Assessment, 15, 71-80. doi: 1037/1040-3590.15.1.71
  5. Holt, M. K., & Espelage, D. L. (2003). A cluster analytic investigation of victimization among high school students:  Are profiles differentially associated with psychological and school belonging?  Journal of Applied School Psychology, 19 (2), 81-98. doi: 1300/J008v19n02_06
  6. Espelage, D. L., Holt, M. K., & Henkel, R. R. (2003). Examination of peer-group contextual effects on aggression during early adolescence.  Child Development, 74, 205-220. doi: 1111/1467-8624.00531.
  1. Espelage, D. L., Mazzeo, S. E., Sherman, R., & Thompson, R. (2002). MCMI-II profiles of women with eating disorders: A cluster analytic investigation.  Journal of Personality Disorders, 16 (5), 454-464.  doi: 10.1521/pedi.16.5.453.22127
  2. Holt, M., & Espelage, D. L. (2002). Problem-solving and relationship attributes among women with eating disorders.  Journal of Counseling and Development, 80, 346-354. doi: 1002/j.1556-6678.2002.tb00199.x
  3. Mazzeo, S. E., & Espelage, D. L. (2002). Association between childhood physical and emotional abuse and disordered eating behaviors in female undergraduates:  An investigation of the mediating role of alexithymia and depression.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 49 (1), 86-100.  doi: 10.1037/0022-0167.49.1.86.
  1. Espelage, D. L., & Asidao, C.S. (2001). Conversations with middle school students about bullying and victimization: Should we be concerned?  Journal of Emotional Abuse, 2 (2), 49-62. doi: 10.1300/J135v02n02_04
  2. Espelage, D. L., Bosworth, K., & Simon, T. R. (2001). Short-term stability and prospective correlates of bullying in middle-school students:  An examination of potential demographic, psychosocial, and environmental influences.  Violence and Victims, 16, 411-426.
  3. Espelage, D. L., & Holt, M. L. (2001). Bullying and victimization during early adolescence:  Peer influences and psychosocial correlates.  Journal of Emotional Abuse, 2 (3), 123-142. doi: 10.1300/J135v02n02_08.
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