Emily Dworkin, PhD

Personal Statement

Dr. Dworkin’s research explores how the social, community, and cultural contexts in which trauma survivors recover affect their well-being, and seeks to identify strategies to intervene in these contexts to reduce psychopathology following trauma.

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

The Feasibility of a Novel Recruitment Protocol for Collecting Survivor Data via Disclosure Recipient Referrals.
(2022 Jan 11)
Violence Against Women
Ullman SE, Waterman EA, Edwards KM, Marshall J, Dardis CM, Rodriguez LM, Dworkin ER

Disclosure Recipients' Perceptions Related to Helping Victims of Dating and Sexual Violence.
(2022 Jan 4)
J Interpers Violence
Mauer VA, Edwards KM, Waterman EA, Dardis CM, Dworkin ER, Rodriguez LM, Ullman SE

The Global Prevalence of Sexual Assault: A Systematic Review of International Research Since 2010.
(2021 Sep)
Psychol Violence 11(5): 497-508
Dworkin ER, Krahé B, Zinzow H

The impact of sociocultural contexts on mental health following sexual violence: A conceptual model.
(2021 Sep)
Psychol Violence 11(5): 476-487
Dworkin ER, Weaver TL

SOHO State of the Art Updates and Next Questions: Management of Asparaginase Toxicity in Adolescents and Young Adults with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
(2021 Nov)
Clin Lymphoma Myeloma Leuk 21(11): 725-733
Schmiegelow K, Rank CU, Stock W, Dworkin E, van der Sluis I

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