Regents' Professor of Public Health, University of Arizona

Sexual assault scholar, APA award winner for empirical contributions to public policy (2000) and international advancement of psychology (2017). Did first national survey of sexual violence victimization and perpetration in 1987, to which the term "date rape" is credited. Designed and implemented the first restorative justice program for adult sex crimes called RESTORE and published an empirical evaluation of it in 2014. Challenged serial rape in 2015 JAMA-Pediatrics. Promoted victim voice in 2017, American Psychologist. Grantee, USDOJ, CDC.

Experience

  • –present
    Regents' Professor of Public Health, University of Arizona

Education

  • 1972 
    University of Michigan, Clinical Psychology