I am providing some full text articles for reference and individual consumption only. Most printed articles are under publisher copyright and any use for commercial purposes (or dissemination to groups such as for class reading) should be obtained through your library or directly from the copyright holder (i.e., write directly to the publisher of the journal).
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Louie*, A., Cromer, L. D., & Berry, J. (in press). Assessing parenting stress: Review of the use and interpretation of the parental stress scale. The Family Journal.
Cromer, L .D., Kaier*, E., & Stewart, S. E. (in press). Obsessive-compulsive disorders in college athletes. The American Journal of Psychiatry.
Zanotti*, D. C., Carter, C. M., Strunk, K., & Cromer, L. D. (in press). Envisioning scholar-practitioner collaborations: Building communities of practice in education and sports research. Research Focus on Education and Sport.
Kaier*, E., Zanotti*, D., Davis, J. L., Strunk, K. & Cromer, L. D.. (in press). Addressing the problem of student-athlete sleepiness: Feasibility of implementing an interactive sleep workshop at a division I school. Journal of Clinical Sport Psychology.
Cunningham*, K.C. & Cromer, L.D. (2016) Attitudes about human trafficking: Individual differences related to belief and victim blame. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
Kaier*, E., Cromer, L. D., Johnson+, M. D., Strunk, K., & Davis, J.L. (2015). Perceptions of mental illness stigma: Comparisons of athletes to nonathlete peers. Journal of College Student Development.
Kaier*, E., Cromer, L. D., Davis, J. L., & Strunk, K. (2015). The relationship between adverse childhood experiences and subsequent health complaints in elite athletes. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma.
Louie*, A. D. & Cromer, L. D. (2015). A qualitative study of the honeymoon period following military deployment among families with young children. Military Behavioral Health, 3(3), 199-206. DOI: 10.1080/21635781.2015.1038403.
Miles*, S. R., Cromer, L. D. & Narayan, A. (2015). Applying equity theory to students’ perceptions of research participation requirements. Teaching of Psychology, 42(4), 349-356.
Miller*, K. E., & Cromer, L. D. (2015). Beyond gender: Proximity to interpersonal trauma explains differences in believing child abuse disclosures. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation.
Louie*, A. D., & Cromer. L. D. (2014). Parent-child attachment during the deployment cycle: Impact on reintegration parenting stress. Professional Psychology: Research & Practice.
Miller, A.* & Cromer, L.D. (2014). Book review of PTSD and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation.
Cunningham, K. C., & Cromer, L. D. (2016). Attitudes About Human Trafficking Individual Differences Related to Belief and Victim Blame. Journal of interpersonal violence, 31(2), 228-244.
Cromer, L. D., & Barlow, M. R. (2013). Factors and convergent validity of the Pet Attachment and Life Impact Scale (PALS). Human Animal Interaction Bulletin, 1, 34-56.
Cromer, L. D., Reynolds*, S. M., & Johnson*, M. D. (2013). Who says: “No Fair!”? What personality and an experiment in educational value tell us about perceptions of costs and benefits of research pool requirements The Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 13, 134-155.
Miller, A., & DeMarni Cromer, L. (2013). PTSD and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, edited by JJ Vasterling, RA Bryant, and TM Keane: (2012). New York, NY: Guilford Press, 308 pp. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 14(5), 589-591.
Martin, C. G., Cromer, L. D., DePrince, A. P., & Freyd, J. J. (2013). The role of cumulative trauma, betrayal, and appraisals in understanding trauma symptomatology. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 5(2), 110.
Fernandez, S., Cromer, L.D., Borntrager, C., Swopes*, R. & Davis, J. L. (2012). A case series: Cognitive-behavioral treatment (Exposure, Relaxation, and Rescripting Therapy) of trauma-related nightmares experienced by children. Clinical Case Studies, 12, 39-59.
Barlow, M. R., Cromer, L. D., Caron*, H., & Freyd, J. J. (2012). Comparison of normative and diagnosed dissociation on attachment to companion animals and stuffed animals. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 4, 501. DOI: 10.1037/a0028134.
Cromer, L. D. (2012) Making the time to write about your research: Tips for Early Career Psychologists and Professionals. Trauma Psychology, APA Division 56 Newsletter, Spring.
Cromer, L.D., & Newman, E. (2011) Research ethics in victimization studies: Widening the lens. Violence Against Women, 17, 1536-48.
Gamache-Martin*, C., Cromer, L.D., DePrince, A. P., & Freyd, J.J. (2011). The role of cumulative trauma, betrayal, and appraisals in understanding trauma symptomatology. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 4. DOI: 10.1037/a0025686.
Cromer, L.D. & Goldsmith, R.E. (2010). Child sexual abuse myths: Attitudes, beliefs, and individual differences. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, Special Issue: Forensic Issues and Disclosures, 19, 618-647.
Gamache-Martin*, C. G., Cromer, L. D., & Freyd, J. J. (2010). Teachers’ beliefs about maltreatment effects on student learning and classroom behavior. Journal of Child and Adolescent Trauma, 3, 245-254.
Cromer, L. D., & Smyth, J. M. (2010). Making meaning of trauma: Trauma exposure doesn’t tell the whole story. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 40(2), 65-72.
Cromer, L.D. (2009). Trauma psychology: Moving into the academic mainstream. Trauma Psychology, APA Division 56 Newsletter, Spring.
Cromer, L.D. (2009). A reference guide to culturally-specific trauma treatments. Review of Trauma-informed interventions: Clinical research evidence and culture-specific information project, StressPoints, Summer 2009.
Cromer, L.D., & Freyd, J. J. (2009). Hear No Evil, See No Evil? Associations of gender, trauma history, and values with believing trauma vignettes. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 9, 85-96.
Cromer, L.D., & Freyd, J.J. (2007). What influences believing child sexual abuse disclosures? The roles of depicted memory persistence, participant gender, trauma history, and sexism. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 31, 13-22.
DePrince, A. P. & Cromer, L. D. (2007). Dissociation: Definitions, development, and challenges. International Society for the Study of Dissociation Newsletter, March.
Cromer, L.D., Freyd, J.J., Binder, A., DePrince, A.P., & Becker-Blease, K.A (2006). What’s the risk in asking? Participant reaction to trauma history questions compared with other personal questions. Ethics & Behavior, 16, 347-362.
Cromer, L.D., & Stevens, C. D., DePrince, A.P. & Pears, K. (2006). The relationship between executive attention and dissociation in children. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 7(4), 135-153. Dr. Philip Coons served as action editor.
DePrince, A.P. & Cromer, L.D. (2006). Exploring dissociation: Setting the course. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 7(4), 1-6.
Barlow, M.R. & Cromer, L.D. (2006). Trauma-relevant characteristics in a university human subjects pool population: Gender, major, betrayal, and latency of participation. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 7(2), 59-75.
Cromer, L.D. (2006). Rebuilding attachments with traumatized children: Book review. Journal of Trauma Practice, 5, 76-79.
DePrince, A. P., & Cromer, L. D. (2006). Introduction: Exploring dissociation: setting the course.
Gray, M. E., Cromer, L. D., & Freyd, J. J. (2005). Betrayal Trauma, Acculturation and Historical Grief among Native Americans.
Middleton, W., Cromer, L.D., & Freyd, J.J. (2005). Remembering the past: Anticipating a future. Australasian Psychiatry, 13, 223-233.
Martin, C. G., Cromer, L. D., & Filgas-Heck, R. (2005). ADHD Symptomatology and Teachers’ Perceptions of Maltreatment Effects.
Cromer, L. D., & Freyd, J. J. (2004). Believability bias in judging memories for abuse.
Barlow, M. R., Cromer, L. D., Caron, H., & Freyd, J. J. Dissociation and Attachment to Companion Animals in College Students and Individuals Diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Cromer, L. M. (2006). Factors that influence the believing of child sexual abuse disclosures (Doctoral dissertation, University of Oregon).