Dr. Ann Elliott    
   Director: Center for Gender Studies 
            Professor: Clinical-Counseling Psychology 
                                   College of Humanities & Behavioral Sciences
                                                                                                  Radford University

  Ph.D. Northern Illinois University
  
                                             M.A. Boston College
                                                      B.A. Lynchburg College
 
  Email: aelliott@radford.edu  
            Phone: (540) 831-5790 ~ Center Office: CHBS: 4402
                     Department of Psychology Office: CHBS: 5108 
                                  Current Vita (PDF)
The 2018 Donald N. Dedmon Distinguished Teaching Professor Reward
In Recognition of Outstanding Teaching and Professional Activity
 in Dr. Elliott's Discipline at Radford University
 
Click Here for Dr. Elliott's Distinguished Teaching Award Poster
Area of Specialization: Childhood Victimization
Editorial Board Member,
 Child Maltreatment
Journal of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children,
1999-present
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 Selected Research Contributions & Collaborations
Resilience among Women in their First Semester of College: A Validation Study (2017)
Jeffery E. Aspelmeier, Karina Bevins, Rebecca Wiegmann, Cassandra Homick, Lara Barbir,
Julianna Williams, Mary Katherine Easter, Celine Fadi, Ann N. Elliott, & Anja Whittington
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Childhood Poly-Victimization and Perceived Family Environment (2013)
Modern Psychological Studies 19 (1) 39-56
Gusler, Stephanie. K.
, Elliott, A. N., Aspelmeier, J. E., & Pierce, T.W 
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Self-Esteem, Locus of Control, College Adjustment, and GPA Among First-and Continuing-generation Students: A Moderator Model of Generational Status (2012). Research in Higher Education, 53(7), 755-781.
Aspelmeier, Jeffery E., Love, Michael M., McGill, Lauren A, Elliott, Ann N., Pierce, Thomas W.
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Poly-victimization, Childhood Victimization, and Psychological Distress in College Women (2009)
Child Maltreatment, 14,
127-147
Richmond, Jessica M., Elliott, A. E., Pierce, T. W., Aspelmeier, J. E., & Alexander,A. A.
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Childhood Maltreatment, Poly-victimization, Psychological Distress, and Adjustment to College in Women (2009) 
Child Maltreatment, 14, 330-343

Elliott, A. N., Alexander, A. A., Pierce, T. W., Aspelmeier, J. E., & Richmond, J. M.
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Childhood Sexual Abuse, Attachment, and Trauma Symptoms in College Students: 
The Moderating Role of Attachment (2007)

Child Abuse & Neglect, 549-566.
Aspelmeier, J. E. , Elliott, A. N., & Smith, Christopher. H.
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Childhood Sexual Abuse and Multiple Dimensions of Self-concept. (2006)
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 21
, 982-999.
Murthi, M., Servaty-Seib, H. L., & Elliott, A. N. 
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Abuse by Siblings and Subsequent Experiences of Violence Within the Dating Relationship (2002).
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 17, 103-121.
Simonelli, Catherine J., Mullis, T., Elliott, A. N., & Pierce, T. W.
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Reactions of Non-offending Parents to the Sexual Abuse of Their Child: A Review of the Literature (2001)
Child Maltreatment, 6,
314-331
Elliott, A. E., & Carnes, Connie N.
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 The Relationship Between Adolescents' Self-esteem, Delinquent Behaviors, Participation in Extracurricular 
Activities, and Part-time Employment (2001). 

Modern Psychological Studies, 7,38-43.
Lane, Tina M. & Elliott, A. N.
For Earlier Research on Childhood Victimization Please Visit Dr. Elliott's Curriculum Vitae

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