Gene A. Shelley, PhD
Dr. Shelley has been involved in social network research for over 20 years. Her interests include HIV/AIDS, partner violence, child abuse, ethnicity and attitudes toward violence, and crime and abuse. Her multi-method approach to research combines both qualitative and quantitative methods.
- Behavioral Scientist, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- PhD, 1992; M.A., 1988, University of Florida, Cultural Anthropology
- Klevens, J., Shelley, G., Clavel-Arcas, C., Barney, D. D., Tobar, C., Duran, E. S., et al. (2007). Latinos' perspectives and experiences with intimate partner violence. Violence Against Women, 13(2), 141-158.
- 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.
- Black, M., Kresnow, M., Simon, T., Arias, I. & Shelley, G. A. (2006). Telephone survey respondents' reactions to questions regarding interpersonal violence. Violence and Victims, 21(4), 445-459.
- Jaycox, L. H., McCaffrey, D. F., Eiseman, B., Aronoff, J., Shelley, G. A., Collins, R., 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.
- Shelley, G. A., Killworth, P. D., Bernard, H. R., Johnson, E., McCarty, C. & Ronald, R. (2006). Who knows your HIV status II?: Information propagation within social networks of seropositive people. Human Organization, 65(4), 430-444.