Director for Education & Training, National Military Sexual Trauma Support Team
Women's Health Sciences Division
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Bell, M.E., Bennett Cattaneo, L., Goodman, L.A., & Dutton, M.A. (2013). Criminal case outcomes, incarceration, and subsequent intimate partner violence. Journal of Family Violence, 28(5), 489-502.
Bell, M.E., Larsen, S.E., Goodman, L.A., & Dutton, M.A. (In press). Comparison of victims' reports and court records of intimate partner violence perpetrators' criminal case outcomes. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Bell, M.E., Perez, S., Goodman, L.A., & Dutton, M.A. (2011). Battered women's perceptions of civil and criminal court helpfulness: The role of court outcome and process. Violence Against Women, 17(1), 71-88.
Bell, M.E. & Reardon, A. (2011). Experiences of sexual harassment and sexual assault in the military among OEF/OIF Veterans: Implications for healthcare providers. Social Work in Healthcare, 50, 1-17.
Street, A.E., Kimerling, R., Bell, M.E., & Pavao, J. (2011). Sexual harassment and sexual assault during military service. In J. Ruzek, P. Schnurr, J. Vasterling, & M. Friedman (Eds.), Caring for Veterans with deployment-related stress disorders: Iraq, Afghanistan, and beyond (pp.131-150). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.
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