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patricia long

Patricia Long, Ph.D.

she/her

Professor of Psychology, School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Affiliated Faculty, Women's and Gender Studies

Location

Decary Hall 324
Biddeford Campus

Trish Long's 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.

Credentials

Education

PhD, Clinical Psychology
University of Georgia
1992

Board Certifications and Licenses

Licensed Psychologist, Commonwealth of Kentucky

Research

Selected publications

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.

Other scholarly activity

Selected presentations

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J.  (2018, November).  Experiential avoidance and distress among rape survivors: The cumulative impact of trauma.  Presented at the annual meeting of the association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Washington DC.

Long, P. J. (2018, November).  The effectiveness of the IFAT in improving pre-class preparation and predicting course success.  Presented at the 24th annual meeting of the Northeast Conference for Teachers of Psychology, Worcester, MA.

Beebe, J., Macek, K., Kudas, O., Van Duyn, S., Glidden, J., Beaulieu, A., Katz, B., Barry, J., & Long, P. J. (2018, November).  Do we dislike college men who intervene when they see sexism?  College students’ perceptions of men who intervene or are bystanders following sexism and other inappropriate behavior.  Presented at the 58th annual meeting of the New England Psychological Association, Worcester, MA.

Beaulieu, A., Glidden, J., Macek, K., Katz, B., Bebee, J., Barry, J., & Long, P. (2018, May).  Sexual assault and bystander behavior: The role of exposure to sexism and modeling of appropriate responses.  Presented at the University of New England 19th Annual Student Research and Scholarship Symposium, Biddeford, ME.

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J. (2017, November).  Understanding men’s rape perpetration: A path analysis considering child sexual abuse, hostile masculinity, and attraction to sexual aggression. Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, San Diego, CA.

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J.  (2017, March).  The mediating effect of experiential avoidance on distress in female rape victims.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J.  (2016, November).  Rape perpetration and hookup behavior in college men.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, New York, NY.

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J.  (2016, October).  Childhood sexual abuse, experiential avoidance, and adult psychopathology:  A multidimensional mediation examinationPresented at the annual meeting of the New England Psychological Association, Worcester, MA.                                                                               

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J.  (2016, March).  Frequency of hookups and interpersonal violence-related attitudes in college men.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY.

Katz, B. W., & Long, P. J.  (2015, November).  Childhood physical and sexual abuse and adult hookup behavior in college men. Presented at the annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Chicago, IL

 

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