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Jennifer J. Freyd

Jennifer Freyd

Jennifer J. Freyd

Psychology
University of Oregon
Fellow, 2018-19 Study #52
Fellow, 1989-90 Study #53

Tyler Books

Freyd, Jennifer J.. 1996. Betrayal trauma: the logic of forgetting childhood abuse. Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press.

Tyler Journal Articles

Freyd, Jennifer J., Pantzer, Teresa M. 1995. "Static patterns moving in the mind.." The creative cognition approach. 181-204.
DeKay, Michael L., Freyd, Jennifer J. 1991. "The effects of drawing method on the discriminability of characters." Visible Language 25(4): 377.
Freyd, Jennifer J., Kelly, Michael H., DeKay, Michael L. 1990. "Representational momentum in memory for pitch.." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 16(6): 1107-1117.
Shiffrar, Maggie., Freyd, Jennifer J. 1990. "Apparent Motion of the Human Body." Psychological Science 1(4): 257-264. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9280.1990.tb00210.x
Holland, Kathryn J., Cortina, Lilia M., Freyd, Jennifer J. 2019. "Advocating alternatives to mandatory reporting of college sexual assault: Reply to Newins (2018).." American Psychological Association. American Psychologist 74(2): 250-251.
Smidt, Alec M., Rosenthal, Marina N., Smith, Carly P., Freyd, Jennifer J. 2019. "Out and in Harm’s Way: Sexual Minority Students’ Psychological and Physical Health after Institutional Betrayal and Sexual Assault." Routledge. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1080/10538712.2019.1581867
Adams-Clark, Alexis A., Rosenthal, Marina N., Freyd, Jennifer J. 2019. "Out-of-body experience: Sex-based harassment linked to general dissociation, sexual dissociation, and sexual communication." Emerald Publishing Limited. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal 39(1): 38-52. https://doi.org/10.1108/EDI-11-2018-0211
Cook, Joan M., Freyd, Jennifer J. 2019. "Why victims of Catholic priests need to hear more than confessions." The Conversation https://theconversation.com/why-victims-of-catholic-priests-need-to-hear-more-th…