Trish Long joined UNE in 2014 as Clinical Professor and Chair of the Psychology Department. Her area of specialization is Clinical Psychology and her interests span the issues of sexual victimization, abnormal psychology, psychological research & statistical methods, and gender issues. Dr. Long’s research investigates both the factors associated with the perpetration of rape and sexual assault and the mental health issues experienced by survivors of sexual victimization. She invites students who are interested in participating in research on these topics to contact her to discuss opportunities. Dr. Long currently teaches Introduction to Psychology and Psychological Statistics at UNE.
PhD, Clinical Psychology
University of Georgia
Board Certifications and Licenses
Licensed Psychologist, Commonwealth of Kentucky
Psychological Research & Statistical Methods
Psychology of Gender
Aosved, A. C., Long, P. J., & Voller, E. K. (2011). Sexual revictimization and adjustment in college men. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 12 (3), 285-296.
Voller, E. K., & Long, P. J. (2010). Sexual assault and rape perpetration by college men: The role of the big five personality traits. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 25 (3), 457-480. DOI: 10.1177/0886260509334390
Aosved, A.C., Long, P.J., & Voller, E.K. (2009). Measuring Sexism, Racism, Sexual Prejudice, Ageism, Classism, and Religious Intolerance: The Intolerant Schema Measure. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39 (10), 2321-2354.
Voller, E. K., Long, P.J., & Aosved, A.C. (2009). Attraction to sexual violence towards women, sexual abuse of children, and non-sexual criminal behavior: Testing the specialist vs. generalist models in male college students. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38, 235-243.