Editors of the Year

Based on the quality, quantity, and timeliness of reviews, the following individuals have been recognized as Consulting Editor of the Year (for editorial board members) and Contributing Editor of the Year (for ad hoc reviewers).

The journal relies on the generous support of our editorial board members as well as numerous other researchers. As Editor, I am extremely appreciative of everyone's input and pleased to be able to recognize these particularly outstanding contributions.

Consulting Editor of the Year 2014: Ernest Jouriles

Dr. Ernest Jouriles is Professor and Chair of the Department of Psychology at Southern Methodist University. His expertise is in children’s exposure to intimate partner violence, and in violence in adolescent romantic relationships.

Contributing Editor of the Year 2014: Steven Aragon

Dr. Steven Aragon is Professor of Developmental Education at Texas State University. His expertise focuses on racial minority and nontraditional student development including the influence of homophobic teasing on educational and psychological outcomes.

Consulting Editor of the Year 2013: David Sugarman

Dr. David Sugarman is Professor of Psychology at Rhode Island College in Providence, RI. His expertise focuses on risk factors associated with intimate partner violence and corporal punishment. He is a founding member of the Psychology of Violence editorial board.

Contributing Editor of the Year 2013: Lorelei Simpson Rowe

Dr. Lorelei Simpson Rowe is an Associate Professor and Co-Director of Clinical Training in the Department of Psychology at Southern Methodist University. Her expertise is in prevention of dating violence and the relation between low-level intimate partner violence and couple therapy outcomes.

Consulting Editor of the Year 2012: Lisa Goodman

Dr. Lisa Goodman is a Professor and Director of Doctoral Training in the Counseling Psychology Program at Boston College. Her expertise is in developing and evaluating community interventions for intimate partner violence survivors and for low-income women.

Contributing Editor of the Year 2012: Tami Sullivan

Dr. Tami Sullivan is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychiatry at the Yale University School of Medicine. Her expertise is in individual- and system-level factors that affect the well-being of victims of partner violence and is centrally focused on (1) the relationships among PTSD, substance use and sexual risk behavior; and (2) the ability of service systems to address the unique needs of victims.

Consulting Editor of the Year 2011: Antonia Abbey

Dr. Antonia Abbey is a Professor and Chair of the Cognitive, Developmental, and Social Area at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. Her expertise is in the etiology of sexual assault perpetration and sexual assault survivors' adjustment. She is a founding member of the Psychology of Violence editorial board.

Contributing Editor of the Year 2011: Todd Moore

Dr. Todd Moore is an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. His expertise is in the relationship between substance use and intimate partner violence, and the impact of gender role stress on men's health, aggression, and other behavior.