Community Psychologists create theories and practices to understand, prevent, and address violence in its community context. We work to help victims of violence access resources and provide opportunities for non-violent lives.
The “Invisible War” against Sexual Assault in the Military: How Community Psychology Can Help Identify an Effective Strategy
Posted in: Veterans, Violence Prevention | Tags: ResearchPublished in: American Journal of Community PsychologyThe United States Department of Defense (DOD) began organizational-wide sexual assault training in 2005. Holland et al. (2014) studied whether the training received predicted accurate knowledge of sexual assault resources and protocols and lower incidence of sexual assault, whether training differed across branches and ranks, and whether service members’ judgments of training effectiveness differed.Read More
- « Previous