Jennifer J. Freyd Research Interests

for potential applicants to the doctoral program

Department of Psychology, University of Oregon

Professor Freyd is not taking new Masters or Doctoral students at this time

Jennifer J. Freyd (Psychology of Trauma, Clinical Psychology)

Dr. Freyd and her students investigate the causes and impact of interpersonal violence and institutional betrayal on mental and physical health, behavior, and society.  Freyd’s research with adult and child participants investigates predictions made by betrayal trauma theory. In recent years Freyd has focused especially on betrayal and its antidote at the institutional level: institutional betrayal and institution courage.  Current projects include studies of campus and workplace sexual assault and harassment, minority discrimination, gender and sexual orientation,  disclosures of abuse, physical and mental health distress, and institutional betrayal and institutional courage..

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