Lisa Jaycox, PhD
Dr. Jaycox is interested in the use of anti-violence interventions in schools and other community environments. A key target of her research is the reduction of childhood exposure to trauma, and its associated mental health issues, with specific attention to immigrant schoolchildren. Dr. Jaycox also has investigated dating violence among Latino teens, modification of a school-based trauma program for use by non-clinical personnel, and has worked on a country-wide study of violence-mitigating Safe Start programs.
- Senior Behavioral Scientist and Clinical Psychologist, RAND Corporation, Arlington, VA
- PhD, University of Pennsylvania, Clinical Psychology
- Ocampo, B. W., Shelley, G. A., & Jaycox, L. H. (2007). Latino teens talk about help seeking and help giving in relation to dating violence. Violence Against Women, 13(2), 172-189.
- Stein, B. D., Jaycox, L. H., & Langley, A. (2007). Active parental consent for a school-based community violence screening: Comparing distribution methods. Journal of School Health, 77(3), 116-120.
- Jaycox, L. H., McCaffrey, D., Eiseman, B., Aronoff, J., Shelley, G. A., Collins, R. L., et al. (2006). Impact of a school-based dating violence prevention program among Latino teens: Randomized controlled effectiveness trial. Journal of Adolescent Health, 39(5), 694-704.
- Jaycox, L. H., McCaffrey, D. F., Ocampo, B. W., Shelley, G. A., Blake, S. M., Peterson, D. J., et al. (2006). Challenges in the evaluation and implementation of school-based prevention and intervention programs on sensitive topics. American Journal of Evaluation, 27(3), 320-336.
- Quigley, D. D., Jaycox, L. H., McCaffrey, D. F., & Marshall, G. N. (2006). Peer and family influences on adolescent anger expression and the acceptance of cross-gender aggression. Violence and Victims, 21(5), 597-610.