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Jennifer J. Freyd, PhD

Professor Emerit of Psychology, University of Oregon
Founder and President, Center for Institutional Courage


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Three women, three decades: UO's salary issue by Alicia Santiago, Daily Emerald , 3 June 2024.

Institutional betrayal in the face of a collective national trauma in Israel by Yael Lahav and Menachem Ben-Ezra, The Lancet, 24 May 2024.

listenPartnership and Power: The Traumatized Workplace by Sandra Bloom and Sarah Yanosy, Voice of America Podcast Encore, 22 May 2024.

listenThe Adults in the Room [Freyd interview featured in Episode 7: Institutional Betrayal and Episode 10: What Happens Next.] by Nastya Krasilnikova, Libo/Libo, 15 May 2024.

The audacity of courage: CGU keynote speaker aims to change the world by Tim Lynch, Claremont COURIER , 7 May 2024.

Keynote Speaker Embodies the Commencement Theme, Claremont Graduate University News, 6 May 2024.

Claremont 2024 commencement ceremonies — we list them all , Claremont Courier, 24 April 2024.

Faculty/staff honors: Rising Star Award for DEI, honors for ornithological work, and more by UW News Staff, UW News, 24 April 2024.

Let Them Eat Worms! by Buzz Bissinger, Air Mail, 20 April 2024.

Jennifer J. Freyd Wins American Psychological Foundation 2024 Gold Medal Award for Impact in Psychology by Michael Salter, Jennifer M. Gomez, and Judith L. Herman, ISSTD News, 17 April 2024.

A sexual misconduct investigation will force UMBC to change. Will it be enough? by Kristen Griffith and Brenna Smith, The Baltimore Banner, 10 April 2024.

Bad Surgeon: Barriers to Addressing Medical Misconduct by Chloe Nazra Lee, MedPage Today, 10 Apfril 2024.

American Psychological Foundation Announces Recipients of 2024 Gold Medal Award for Impact in Psychology , KDVR-TV (Denver, CO), 19 March 2024.

How men in Canada are using defamation suits against their sex assault accusers by Mandi Gray, Toronto Star, 2 March 2024.

CSDI welcomes the new associate director of LGBTQ+ Initiatives by Taylor Powers, The Miami Student, 2 March 2024.

When Is Unequal Pay Not OK? Comparing Federal and State Equal Pay Laws by Ilona M. Turner, The Recorder,, 28 February 2024.

Deny, attack, reverse – Trump has perfected the art of inverted victimhood by Sidney Blumenthal, The Guardian, 1 February 2024.

Abortion Bans Increase the Need for Survivor Support by Chloe Nazra Lee, Ms. Magazine, 1 February 2024.

listenInterview of Jennifer Freyd on Creating Presence Hosted by Sandra Bloom and Sarah Yanosy, Voice of America, 31 January 2024.

When Institutions Add to the Harm of Trauma by Anne P. DePrince, Psychology Today, 30 January 2024.

The tragedy of workplace bullying by Leah P. Hollis, Inside Higher Ed, 22 January 2024.



Jennifer Freyd: Der Verrat wird nicht gesehen by Dagmar Weidinger, Die Furche, 25 November 2023.

What I learned from our child sexual abuse survey: rational paranoia can help parents protect their kids by Michael Salter, The Guardian, 24 November 2023.

Want to bring out everyone's best performance? Lead with fairness by Kim Scott, Ron Carucci, and Tina Opie, Fast Company, 25 October 2023.

As the New York Adult Survivors Act Nears Expiration, Survivors of Dr. Robert Hadden Are Left in the Dark by Alyssa Burgart and Arghavan Salles, Ms. Magazine, 13 October 2023.

Former MSU football coach Mel Tucker uses toxic tactic to defend himself by Sarah Harsey and Jennifer Freyd, USA Today, 13 October 2023.

‘Hysterical’ Women Out for Revenge: Family Court’s Misogynistic Tropes Traumatize Women and Children by Amy Polacko, Ms. Magazine, 3 October 2023.

The Difficulty of Making Sense of Public and Private Abuse by Anne DePrince, Psychology Today, 13 September 2023.

Periods are actually kind of weirdly cool by Ginger Gorman, Broad Agenda, 13 September 2023.

Why I am not going to call myself professor emerita by Wendy Dossett, Times Higher Eduction, 13 September 2023.

Men wield the media against women. Why do we keep letting them? by Kelly Pau, Salon, 11 September 2023.

Betrayal trauma: What it is and how to heal by Amye Archer,, 25 August 2023.

Why Can’t We Stop Talking About the Anti-Porn ‘Oppenheimer’ Lady? by CT Jones, Rolling Stone, 24 August 2023.

What is betrayal trauma, and where can a person seek help? by What is betrayal trauma, and where can a person seek help?, Medical News Today, 3 August 2023.

Healing Doesn’t Happen in Private: An Interview with Judith Herman, The Walrus, July 2023.

We all need to be vigilant of DARVO by Gerry Chidiac, Prince George Citizen, 22 July 2023.

Safe space fail: Wayne State professor remains on job after sexual harassment allegations by M. Colleen McDaniel, Elizabeth Drake, and Andrew Wright, People's World, 18 July 2023.

'A life sentence': No escape from abusive relationships when navigating family court system, say victims by Joelle Seal, CBC News, 22 June 2023.

Sexual Harassment Still Pervades Science by Jenny Morber and Starre Vartan, Scientific American, 10 June 2023.

What Do Earth Day and Denim Day Have in Common? Exploring connections between climate change and intimate violence by Anne DePrince, Psychology Today, 25 April 2023.

NIH rules are supposed to stop ‘pass the harasser.’ In one recent case, they appear to have failed by Meredith Wadman, Science, 24 April 2023.

New psychology research links childhood betrayal trauma to secondary psychopathy in adulthood by Vladimir Hedrih, PsyPost, 21 April 2023.

listenState report shows wage gaps persist in Oregon government by Elizabeth Castillo, Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB), 23 March 2023.

Stanford should address campus sexual violence with courage by Sarah Harsey & Jennifer J. Freyd, Stanford Daily, 15 March 2023.

Sharing governance: A look into the role of the university president, told through Michael Schill's seven years at Oregon by Ali Bianco & Coop Daley, North by Northwestern, 14 March 2023.

Former AG who silenced sexual assault survivors slated to become federal judge by Alexander Prout and Susan Prout, Ashville Citizen Times, 26 February 2023.

Feminism taught me all I need to know about men like Trump and Putin by Rebecca, Solnit, The Guardian, 25 February 2023.

listenGiving Universities, and People, the Courage to Address Sexual Harassment and Violence: Interview with Jennifer Freyd, Speaking Out of Place, Host David Palumbo-Liu, 13 January 2023.

What Does DARVO Mean And How Does It Relate To Sexual Assault Victims? by Nicole Tommasulo, The List, 24 December 2022.

What Bystanders Can Do in Response to Anti-LGBTQIA+ Action: Using institutional betrayal and bullying research as a guide by Anne DePrince, Psychology Today, 19 December 2022.  

listenJennifer Joy Freyd on Retaliation with Julie Roginsky, Apple Podcasts, 15 December 2022.

Deny, Attack, Blame: The Prosecution of Women Reporting Rape, by Sarah Harsey and Jennifer J. Freyd,, 28 November 2022.

What Happens When a Trauma Is Also a Betrayal by Anne P. DePrince, Psychology Today, 16 November 2022.

What faculty shouldn't and should do about sexual violence by David Palumbo-Liu, The Stanford Daily, 31 October 2022.

Together we can make a more positive culture change this year. Here’s how. by Elana Wien, eJewish Philanthropy, 25 October 2022.

A survivor’s disclosure by Stephen Mills, eJewish Philanthropy, 13 October 2022.

Exploring Sanctions and Early Interventions for Faculty Sexual Harassment in Higher Education by Karen R. Stubaus and Marie Harton, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 11 October 2022. 

Sexual Harassment: How Do We Decrease It in the Biomedical Field? by Amy Anderson, Yale University News, 3 October 2022.

Title IX Mandatory Reporting Expansion Under Fire by Katherine Knott, Inside Higher Ed, 27 September 2022.

The Life of His Dreams by Kali Shiloh, Stanford Magazine, page 65, September 2022.

Rule change for reporting sexual misconduct could hurt grad students and others, by Katie Langin, Science, 9 August 2022. A version of this story appeared in print in Science, Vol 377, Issue 6607, pages 697-698.

Institutional betrayal, institutional courage and the church by Susan M. Shaw, Baptist News Global, 26 July 2022.

Mandatory Reporting Is Exactly Not What Victims Need by Kathryn J. Holland, Jennifer J. Freyd, and Elizabeth A. Armstrong, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 22 July 2022.

Roger Shepard, pioneer in research on mental imagery, dies at 93, by John Sanford, Stanford News, 28 June 2022.

Truth must come to light, however uncomfortable, by Amy Orr-Ewing, The Times (UK), 11 June 2022.
[Article also here.]

Related imageInterview with Jennifer Freyd about DARVO, NBC Now Tonight, 3 June 2022.

Who's Really the Victim Here? It's time to end DARVO behavior in the healthcare workplace by Resa E. Lewiss, David G. Smith, Shikha Jain, W. Brad Johnson, and Jennifer J. Freyd, MedPage Today, 2 June 2022.

Why did the Depp-Heard libel outcomes differ in the US and UK? by Rajeev Syal, The Guardian, 2 June 2022.

Related imageThe impact of Amber Heard's testimony by Allie Caren, The Washington Post, 27 May 2022.

Depp v. Heard: How to Tell Who's Engaging in DARVO Tactics by Emma Nolan, Newsweek, 27 May 2022.

How Do We Know When To Believe Abuse Claims? Understanding DARVO In Johnny Depp V. Amber Heard by Nia Tipton, YourTango, 27 May 2022.

The institutional betrayal of athletes by Chris Doob, Danbury News Times, 23 May 2022.

‘Some things can’t be repaired’: how do you recover when a friend betrays you? by Sirin Kale, The Guardian, 19 May 2022.

Leaders can facilitate trauma-informed workplaces by Bill Howatt, Saltwire, 18 May 2022.

Experts Can't Agree on Who's the True DARVO Victim in Depp v. Heard by Emma Nolan, Newsweek, 13 May 2022.

Husband Ripped for Accusing Wife of 'Stealing' Money for Gift She Got Him by Nick Mordowanec, Newsweek, 2 May 2022.

Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, and their $50 million defamation suit explained by Constance Grady, Vox, 4 May 2022.

‘It must be really sad to be him’: Accusers come to terms with life after Andrew Cuomo by Anna Gronewold, Politico, 11 April 2022.

We Need Trauma-Informed Workplaces, by Katharine Manning, Harvard Business Review, 31 March 2022.

Sarah McDugal Analyzes Abuse at John MacArthur's Church, by Julie Roys, The Roys Report, 31 March 2022.

Panel discusses sexual violence prevention, by Kate Vaugh, The South End, 31 March 2022.

In a polarised world, rise of brand empathy is inevitable, by Andrew Barnes, Business Live, 30 March 2022.

A Year Later, 9th Circ. Ruling Is Shaping Pay Bias Cases by Max Kutner, Law360, 17 March 2022.

Tempers Are Running High—Here’s How to Protect Your Staff, by Michael Hickey, Associations Now, 15 March 2022 .

San Francisco police vowed to stop using victims' DNA, then kept doing it by Tami Abdollah, USA Today, 7 March 2022.

Groups Call On Lawmakers to Investigate Sexual Harassment Allegations Against Sen. Ivey-Soto .by Julia Goldberg, Santa Fe Reporter, 25 February 2022.

listenJennifer Freyd Kevin Webb Institutional Trauma Betrayal and Courage by Resa Lewis, Podcast: The Visible Voices, 10 February 2022.

The Case for Professors Emerit by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 2 February 2022.



Prof. In Equal Pay 9th Circ. Win Talks Equal Work, Case Toll, by Daniela Porat, Law360, 16 December 2021.

China’s Propaganda DARVO Diagnosis, by Phelim Kine, POLITICO China Watcher, 16 December 2021.

You’ve been DARVOed and you don’t even know it, by Cynthia Vialle-Giancotti, Gender News, Clayman Institute for Gender Research, Stanford University, 13 December 2021.

Researching ‘Institutional Courage’ by Elizabeth Redden, Inside Higher Ed, 12 November 2021.

The Long Shadow of Jerry Sandusky, by Nell Gluckman, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 4 November 2021.

They executed people for the state of South Carolina, by Chiara Eisner, The State, 4 November 2021.

For Chicago Blackhawks, its about both the crime and the coverup by Michael Arace, The Columbus Dispatch, 28 October 2021.

Betrayal trauma is what happens when our trust is broken – here’s how to navigate it by Ella Glover, Metro (UK), 27 October 2021.

Jennifer Joy Freyd researches sexual violence by Delia O'Hara Date, American Psychological Association, 26 October 2021.

UO study: University students report ‘institutional betrayal’ during the COVID-19 pandemic by Meerah Powell, OPB, 20 October 2021. (Reprinted in The Register-Guard, 25 October 2021, page A1)

Betrayal Trauma Can Have Lasting Mental Health Effects—Here's What to Know by Claire Gillespie, Health Magazine, 18 October 2021.

Equal Pay Suits To Evolve Amid Rulings, State Law Changes by Max Kutner, Law360, 6 October 2021.

Top secret: U.S. National Academy of Medicine keeps expulsions quiet by Meredith Wadman, Science Magazine, 29 September 2021

Ending Sexual Violence in Athletics Departments by Liann Herder, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 27 September 2021.

How Social Media Is Fueling Protests Against Campus Sexual Assault by Kate Hidalgo Bellows, Chronicle of Higher Education, 21 September 2021.

Richard J. Weber Supported Lecture, “Racism in Medicine: Why and How I Confront It” with Dr. Vanessa Grubbs, UIC Today, 14 September 2021.

Case Closed – University and Professor Reach Settlement After Four Years of Litigation by Lynette Paczkowski, JD Supra, 31 August 2021.

Empathy at Work: What Is Institutional Betrayal and How to Overcome It, by Katharine Manning, Psych Central, 30 August 2021.

Blind to Betrayal: Breaking the Silence of Trauma & Abuse by Mary Kay Elloian, The Legal Edition – Legal, Business & Policy News, 29 August 2021.

It Takes a Village to Escape a Toxic Leader by Russell Moore, Christianity Today, 19 August 2021.

Why Has The Physical World Not Progressed Like The Digital? by Rob Hamilton, Bitcoin Magazine, 18 August 2021.

She wanted to help Ravi Zacharias save the world but ended up defending an abuser, by Bob Smietana, Washington Post, 13 August 2021.

UO Psychology Professor Emerit Jennifer Freyd persisted, Eugene Weekly, 5 August 2021.

Why Are Colleges So Cowardly? by Tom Bartlett, Chronicle of Higher Education, 23 July 2021.

‘How can you police yourselves?’ Victims, experts skeptical of University of Michigan’s new sexual misconduct policies by Samuel Dodge, MLive, 25 July 2021.

Related imageFormer UO professor speaks out about wage gap lawsuit by Mike Cerullo KEZI, 22 July 2021.

University of Oregon pays $450,000 to settle psychology professor’s suit alleging gender pay gap, The Oregonian, Maxine Bernstein, 16 July 2021. (Similar stories appear in Oregon Public Broadcasting, Inside Higher Ed. and others.)

Institutions key to inclusion and equity by Tamar L. Goulet, Science, Vol. 373, Issue 6551, pp. 170-171, 9 July 2021.

Worse Than the Original Assault’ by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 18 June 2021.

listenTrauma, Betrayal & Courage: Moving from Silence to Strength by Kathy Andersen, Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse, 10 June 2021 

“Retention Raises” May Be Unlawful Employment Discrimination, Says Federal Appeals Court by Eric Bachman, Forbes, 25 May 2021. (Also published as: “Retention Raises” May Be Unlawful Employment Discrimination, Says Federal Appeals Court by Eric Bachman in The National Law Review, Volume IX, Number 153, 2 June 2021.)

Related imageInterview of Jennifer Freyd about DARVO by Parham Ghobadi, 60 Minutes on BBC Persia, 23 May 2021.

UO’s defense against professor’s pay discrimination lawsuit could ‘gut’ Equal Pay Act, court says by Joanna Mann,  Daily Emerald, 10 May 2021.

listenBetrayal, betrayal trauma, & DARVO: Promoting individual & collective healing by Melissa Ming Foynes, Podcast: The Science & Soul of Living Well, 7 May 2021.

What is 'DARVO' and how is it used against survivors of violence? by Nicola Heath, SBS, Australia, 5 May 2021. 

How to take criticism and apologise on the internet by Justin Myers, British GQ, 29 April 2021.

Slant, by Editorial Board, Eugene Weekly, 29 April 2021.

Update: UO won’t pursue Supreme Court appeal in Freyd suit by Jenee Wilde, Center for the Study of Women in Society, 28 April 2021.

Ninth Circuit Rejects University’s Latest Attempt to Scuttle Professor’s Equal Pay Case by Jennifer Reisch, Bryan Schwartz Law, 27 April 2021.

The U.S. Needs to Stop Helping Erdogan Gaslight Armenians, by Danielle Tcholakian, Newsweek, 22 April 2021.

Sexual assault survivors deserve support, not judgment: How individuals and society can help, by Jelena Kecmanovic, The Washington Post, 13 April 2021.

Key California Employment Law Cases: March 2021 by Megan Mackie, Alejandro Ruiz, & Tyler Runge, JDSupra, 13 April 2021.

Univ. Wants 9th Circ. Redo For Ex-Prof.'s Pay Suit Revival by Max Kutner, Law360, 30 March 2021.

Federal Appeals Court Says Selective Retention Raises May Discriminate Against Female Employees, by Jonathan Crotty, JD Supra, 26 March 2021.

Ruling is a reminder on this Equal Pay Day by Jennifer Reisch, The Daily Journal, Vol. 127 No. 56, 24 March 2021.

9th Circuit reverses Freyd pay suit decision UO may appeal by Jenee Wilde, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon, 24 March 2021

Freyd v. University of Oregon, No. 19-35428 (9th Cir. March 15, 2021), American Association of University Professors (AAUP), March 2021

To the Jury? A Professor’s Pay Equity Battle Soldiers On, by Lynette Paczkowski, JD Supra, 22 March 2021.

Oregon State community voices outrage, criticism at F. King Alexander decision, by Jarrid Denney, Corvallis Gazette Times, 19 March 2021.

Federal appeals court revives UO professor’s suit alleging ‘glaring’ pay gap between her and male counterparts, by Maxine Bernstein, The Oregonian/OregonLive, 17 March 2021.

Recent Ninth Circuit Equal Pay Act Decision A Reminder To Examine and Eliminate Gender-Based Pay Disparity (US), The National Law Review, Volume XI, Number 76, 17 March 2021.

Court revives UO suit alleging ‘glaring’ gender pay gap, AP NEWS (picked up by USNews, Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, & others), 17 March 2021.

Should I Stay or Should I Go? Ninth Circuit Finds Gender Discrimination in Retention Raise by J. William Manuel & Anne Yuengert, JDSupra, 17 March 2021.

Appeals court revives 2017 pay discrimination case against University of Oregon by Jordyn Brown, Register-Guard, 16 March 2021.

University of Oregon professor’s equal pay lawsuit can proceed to jury trial by Meerah Powell, OPB, 16 March 2021.

Court: Professor's Equal Pay Case May Proceed by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 16 March 2021.

9th Circ. Gives University Prof. OK To Sue For Pay Bias, Law360, 15 March 2021.

Prof has enough in common with male colleagues to pursue equal pay claims - 9th Circuit, Reuters, 15 March 2021.

Oregon Professor’s Pay Bias Claims Revived on ‘Equal Work’ Issue, Bloomberg Law, 15 March 2021.

listen President Biden orders Department of Education to review Title IX sexual assault regulations by Tiffany Camhi, OPB's All Things Considered, aired 12 March 2021 and posted 14 March 2021.

UO study finds higher risk of sexual violence associated with Greek life by Joanna Mann, Daily Emerald, 8 March 2021.

After Ravi Zacharias report, Christians examine how to avoid ‘betrayal blindness’ by Bob Smietana, Religion News Service, 3 March 2021.

New Partner Network Created to Engage a Range of Organizations in Sharing Efforts to Prevent Sexual Harassment in Higher Education, National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, 26 February 2021.

listenAllegations Against Governor Cuomo, The Brian Lehrer Show, New York Public Radio (WNYC), 26 February 2021.

DARVO Dudes by Erica Vladimer, The Daily Beast, 25 February 2021.

Counsellor’s corner: surviving sexual assault by Jessica Bruhn, Northern News Services, 22 February 2021.

Permission to Retire: Can Active Litigation Prevent Admission to Life 2.0? JD Supra, 15 February 2021.

The False Memory Syndrome at 30: How Flawed Science Turned into Conventional Wisdom, by Joshua Kendall, Mad in America, 7 February 2021.

In Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, these survivors found a voice by Julianne McShane, The Lily/Washington Post, 2 February 2021.

U of Oregon Will Allow Professor Suing It to Retire, by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 21 January 2021.

Reversing Blame by Imaan Zainab Mazari-Hazir, Newsweek Pakistan, 19 January 2021.

Between a Lawsuit and Retirement, by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 18 January 2021.

The Memory War, by Katie Heaney, New York Magazine, 4 January 2021. (Also published online in The CUT, 6 January 2021.)

listenThe Truth about False Memories, by Katie Heany, The CUT Podcast, 6 January 2021.




Why Betrayal Can Cause Trauma and How to Start Healing by Crystal Raypole, Healthline, 12 November 2020.

This is the biggest mistake people make with microagressions at work by Dorianne St Fleur, Fast Company, 2 November 2020. 

listenTania Culver Humphrey: The Woman Who “Saved Mercy Corps by Amy Costello and Frederica Boswell, Tiny Spark (podcast) of The Nonprofit Quarterly, 30 September 2020.

Gender harassment and institutional betrayal in high school take toll on mental health, ScienceDaily, 15 September 2020. (Also published in AroundtheO on 15 September 2020 and in Hindustan Times on 20 September 2020.)

Barr's Move to Defend Trump Against Carroll Is a Betrayal of All Survivors by Joan Cook and Anne P. DePrince, Newsweek, 11 September 2020.

In preventing emotional crisis, suicide, the feds need to look in mirror by Kathleen Finlay, The Hill Times, 26 August 2020

Opinion: Use science to stop sexual harassment in higher education by Kathryn B. H. Clancy, Lilia M. Cortina, and Anna R. Kirkland, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), 19 August 2020.

No Longer Participating in Our Own Oppression by Susan Shaw, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 13 August 2020.

Encouraging bravery and fortitude in dismantling the insidious stronghold of racism by Joan Cook and Jennifer M. Gómez, The Hill, 3 July 2020.

Long-Term Integrity, by Gina Scalpone, Eugene Weekly, 25 June 2020.

Justin Bieber, Ansel Elgort, & The Problem With Denying Abuse On Social Media, by Elizabeth Gulino, Refinery29, 24 June 2020. 

A guide to DARVO, the gaslighting response people give when they’re called out for bad behavior by Ellen Scott, Metro (UK), 13 June 2020.

listenJennifer Freyd – Personal and Institutional Courage, Host Kate Clancy, Courageous Scientists, Podcast, 5 June 2020.

Appealing on Zoom: UO gender discrimination case argued in Ninth Circuit, by Gina Scalpone, Eugene Weekly, 28 May 2020.

Try not to roll your eyes at Matt Lauer's new arm tattoo by Christi Carras, Los Angeles Times, 21 May 2020.

Bar for Equal Pay in Academia May Come Down to Job Differences by Robert Iafolla, Bloomberg Law, 21 May 2020.

Matt Lauer responds to rape allegation from Ronan Farrow's 'Catch & Kill' by Brian Stelter, CNN Business, 20 May 2020.

Matt Lauer writes scathing op-ed saying Ronan Farrow is 'manipulative' by Lauren Fruen, Daily Mail, 20 May 2020.

Matt Lauer responds to rape allegations with op-ed piece by WBRZ Staff, WBRZ, 20 May 2020.

Matt Lauer Debuts Arm Tattoo With ‘Hatred’ Quote After Lashing Out at Ronan Farrow in Op-Ed by Nicholas Hautman, Us Weekly, 20 May 2020. 

Brooke Nevils, Ronan Farrow respond to Matt Lauer accusations by Alex Heigl, Page Six, 19 May 2020.

We can do better’: Tackling sexual assault at Bethel and beyond by Emma Harville and Jasmine Johnson, Bethel University Clarion, 12 May 2020.

Eastside Catholic was prepared to suspend high school football stars accused in 2018 sexual assault case by Susannah Frame, K5 - NBC-affiliated KING-TV, Seattle, Washington, 7 May 2020.

Freyd launches the Center for Institutional Courage by Jenee Wilde, Center for the Study of Women in Society News, 6 May 2020.

Marlo Mortel writes song to raise awareness about psychological abuse by Anna Gabrielle Cerezo, ABS-CBN News, 11 April 2020.

listenTitle IX (Podcast Episode 3) by Jill Chirstman, Indelible: Campus Sexual Violence, 31 March 2020.

There’s a name for Trump playing down the threat and failing to take action against the virus: Institutional betrayal, by Anne DePrince and Joan Cook, The Conversation, 25 March 2020.

Would Lolita Have Said ‘Me Too’?  by Angelina Chapin, HuffPost, 15 March 2020.

Weinstein Lessons We’re Still Learning by Mary Rose Somarriba, Verily 13 March 2020.

listenDARVO and Institutional Courage, Guest Jennifer Freyd , Host Kelly Leonard, The Second City Works Getting to Yes, And. . . Podcast, Episode 209, 3 March 2020.

Getting to Yes, And… | Jennifer Freyd – DARVO and Institutional Courage, WGN RADIO, 3 March 2020.

Buried: A Bad Faculty Report Card on College Sex Abuse by John Murawski, RealClearInvestigations, 3 March 2020.

La condemna a Weinstein, un punt d'inflexió  by Idoya Noain, El Periodico, 1 March 2020.

She Said, He Sued - How libel law is being turned against MeToo accusers by Madison Pauly, Mother Jones, 10 February 2020 (for March/April 2020 print issue).

This ‘false memory’ expert has testified in hundreds of trials. Now she’s been hired by Harvey Weinstein by Laura Newberry, Los Angeles Times, 6 February 2020.

Harvey Weinstein’s ‘false memory’ defense is not backed by science by Anne DePrince and Joan Cook, The Conversation, 30 January 2020.

The Rise and Fall of the False Memory Syndrome Foundation by Kate McMaugh & Warwick Middleton, ISSTD News, 21 January 2020.

Harvey Weinstein Says He's the Real Victim by Madelyn Chung, Flare, 21 January 2020.

Friendly Emails From Harvey Weinstein’s Accusers Do Not Make Them Liars by Angelina Chapin, HuffPost, 15 January 2020.


listen'Opportunity And Power': Graduate Students Face Higher Rates Of Sexual Harassment by Kirk Carapezza, WGBH (Boston PBS and NPR Affiliate). 19 December, 2019.

listenProf Suing UO Over Pay Equity Gets Collegial Support by Rachel McDonald, KLCC Public Radio, 17 December 2019.

After Experiencing Sexual Assault, Students Look to Move Forward by Danielle Pycior & Kassidy Arena, KBIA, NPR-affiliate in Columbia, Missouri, 8 December 2019.

listenPodcast: Sexual Violence & Institutional Courage - Jennifer Freyd: Host John Markoff speaks with Dr. Freyd about her career of groundbreaking research, from developing betrayal trauma theory to current work supporting institutional courage, Human Centered, 4 December 2019.

Harassment Can Drive People Out of the Academy. Here Are Three Ways Colleges Can Fight Back by Katherine Mangan, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 21 November 2019.

Las universitarias de EEUU, indefensas ante los violadores by Andrea López-Tomàs, El Periódico de Catalunya, 12 November 2019.

Guest View: Live up to to your mission, UO by Jennifer Gomez, The Register-Guard, 7 November 2019.

‘South Park’ Targets Trump and ‘Treasonous Pig’ Rudy Giuliani by Warner Todd Huston, Breitbart, 7 November 2019.

Related image South Park 90-second DARVO Explainer, 7 November 2019

Science chief at NIH drug abuse institute resigned after sexual misconduct probe by Meredith Wadman, Science, 5 November 2019. (In print: Science 8 November 2019, Vol. 366, Issue 6466, pp. 677)

Peer Pressure by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 25 October 2019.

Is a quote from Chanel Miller’s impact statement likely to be ‘triggering’ if placed on a plaque at the contemplative garden? by Jennifer Freyd, The Stanford Daily, 22 October 2019.

School officials walk fine line as they let disciplined professors return to classroom by Mila Koumpilova, Minneapolis Star Tribune, 19 October 2019.

In the second year of #MeToo, the perpetrator playbook was upended by Anna Orso, Philadelphia Inquirer, 15 October 2019. (Reprinted in other city newspapers.)

Sexual Misconduct at Elite Universities Surveyed by Greta Anderson. Inside Higher Education, 15 October 2019.

Revenge of the moderators: Facebook’s online workers are sick of being treated like bots, by Jennifer Beckett, Fiona R Martin, & Venessa Paech, The Conversation, 15 October 2019. (Reprinted in various places.)

Equal-pay fight has long legacy (Opinion) by Wendy Cook, The Register Guard, 13 October 2019.

Tom Brokaw’s accuser blasts Matt Lauer for ‘victim-shaming’ by Lee Brown, The Daily Beast, 10 October 2019.

Tom Brokaw’s Accuser Tears Apart That Insane Matt Lauer Letter by Linda Vester, The Daily Beast, 10 October 2019.

Oliver: Sexual Assault Awareness Month should be in October by Kira Oliver, Daily Emerald, 9 October 2019.

Update: UO comments on women’s and civil rights groups support for professor’s equal pay lawsuit, by Chelsea Deffenbacher & Jordyn Brown, The Register-Guard, 4 & 5 October 2019. Then published in print on 7 October 2019 as “Groups Offering Support in Equal Pay Suit” by Jordyn Brown and Chelsea Deffenbacher, page B1, The Register-Guard, 7 October 2019.

More Support Pours in for Professor’s Gender Pay Discrimination Lawsuit, The College Post, 7 October 2019.

47 Women's And Civil Rights Groups Support Equal Pay Lawsuit Against UO, by Meerah Powell, OPB News, Oregon Public Broadcasting, 4 October 2019.

Two briefs filed in support of UO professor in pay inequity lawsuit
, by Hannah Kanik, Gina Scalpone, & Michael Tobin, Oregon Daily Emerald, 4 October 2019.

Faculty Rally Around Female Professor in Pay Discrimination Case by Sara Weissman, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, 3 October 2019.

A Virtual Memorial Brings a Sexual Assault Survivor’s Voice to the Stanford Campus by Madison Pauley, Mother Jones, 2 October 2019.

The Supreme Court Is Facing a Legitimacy Crisis by Emily Dai, NYU Washington Square News, 30 September 2019.

Following the return of two disciplined professors, students advocate for policy changes by Tiffany Bui and Dylan Anderson, Minnesota Daily, 26 September 2019.

Can you change your attachment style? by Melissa Pandika, Mic, 17 September 2019.

Easy as PIE - the rebranding of paedophilia by Jacqui Dillon, Morning Star, 14 September 2019.

Signed and Sealed: When universities silence those they are supposed to protect by Nina Russell, The McGill Tribune, 10 September 2019.

The problem with group therapy by Sofia Barrett-Ibarria, The Outline, 4 September 2019.

Harassment, Accountability, and the Erosion of Judicial Legitimacy by Nina Reddy, Center for American Progress, 5 August 2019.

Stop Letting the System Assault Victims of Sexual Violence Over and Over by Kathleen Finlay, The Hill Times, 31 July 2019.

Normalizing Sexism by Jonathan P. Baird, Concord Monitor, 25 July 2019. 

Why Victims Don’t Speak Up by Robin Paggi,, 15 July 2019.

Olivia Munn Reveals Speaking up About Sexual Harassment Resulted in Health Issues-Here’s Why and How to Avoid Similar Stress by Maggie Parker, Parade. 27 June 2019.

The Trump playbook’s response to sexual assault: objectify women and describe yourself as a victim by Casey Quinlan, ThinkProgress, 25 June 2019.

A ‘most glaring’ case of pay inequity at University of Oregon by Colleen Flaherty, The Oregonian, 30 May 2019.

Retaining Gender Inequity? by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 28 May 2019.

Don't Throw Professors In Jail For Respecting Student Confidentiality by Evan Gertsmann, Forbes 28 May 2019.

Ohio State, Dr. Richard Strauss and 177 victims: A case of ‘institutional betrayal’? by Rita Price, The Columbus Dispatch, 26 May 2019.

‘The College does not care’: How the medical watchdog closed the door on sex-abuse complainants
by Karen Howlett and Vjosa Isai, Globe & Mail, 25 May 2019.

A Trauma Lens for Systems Change by Patsy Carter and Andrea Blanch, Stanford Social Innovation Review, 25 May 2019.

Psychology Professor Appeals Dismissal in Equal Pay Lawsuit with UO by Gina Scalpone, Daily Emerald, 22 May 2019.

UO Equal Pay Case Dismissed by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 3 May 2019.

The High Stakes of the Harvey Weinstein Trial’s Closed-Door Hearings by Diane Falzone, Vanity Fair, 1 May 2019.

Why It’s Important to Treat PTSD at Any Age by Paula Spencer Scott, Next Avenue, 1 May 2019.

Take Back the Night by Donna Hughes, RI News, 28 April 2019.

Retriever Courage Responds to Deceiver Calender, The Retriever, 10 April 2019.

Study Finds Nonhetero Women Face more Institutional Betrayal by Jim Barlow, Around the O, 9 April 2019.

Sexual Assault Survivors May be Re-traumatized by High-Profile Case Coverage by Shannon Moudy, WSJV-TV, 11 March 2019.

Oregon's unique Title IX reporting policy gives autonomy to students by Caitlin Schmidt, Arizona Daily Star, 8 March 2019.

Why Men Like R. Kelly Melt Down by Rose Minutaglio, Elle, 8 March 2019.

R. Kelly's CBS meltdown has a name, says researcher: 'That's DARVO' by Cindy Dampier, Chicago Tribune, 7 March 2019. (Additional versions published in Cape Cod Times, 13 March 2019, and Minneapolis Star Tribune, 1 April 2019.)

R. Kelly Played the Victim—And It’s a Tactic We’ve Seen Before by Ishani Nath, Flare, 6 March 2019.

Unpacking the Stoicism of Michael Jackson’s Victims by Katie Heaney, Science of Us/ The CUT/ New York Magazine, 5 March 2019.

A look into Dr. Jennifer Freyd's research on sexual violence psychology and institutional betrayal by Becky Hoag, Daily Emerald, 1 March 2018.

Lead by Example,' Says California Professor Who Has Accused Virginia's Fairfax of Sexual Assault by Miranda Leitsinger. KQED, 28 February 2019.

California Professor Who Accused Lt. Gov. of Assault to Meet with Prosecutors by Miranda Leitsinger, KQED, 13 February 2019.

Amid Virginia Sex Assault Scandal, Vanessa Tyson says “Sometimes You Have to Lead by Example” by Julia Sulek, The Mercury News, 12 February 2019.

Vanessa Tyson Calls for Individual and Institutional Change at Symposium on #MeToo Movement By Erin Woo, The Stanford Daily, 12 February 2019.

Virginia Politician's Accuser on Stanford Sex Assault Panel by Paul Elias, Washington Post, 12 February 2019.
( Note: Filed as an Associated Press story and was printed in dozens of other outlets.)

For Vanessa Tyson, Speaking out on Sexual Assault Began Long Before she Accused Fairfax by Samantha Schmidt, Washington Post, 8 February 2019.

Vanessa Tyson Draws Support for Assault Allegation Against Justin Fairfax by Stephanie Saul and Sheryl Gay Stolberg, The New York Times, 8 February 2019.

Stanford fellow accuses Virginia Lt. Gov. of sexual assault by Erin Woo, Stanford Daily, February 7, 2019.

Vanessa Tyson could spell doom for Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax by Steven Nelson, Washington Examiner, February 7, 2019.

Professor Who Accused Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax of 2004 Sexual Assault Issues Statement Detailing Alleged Incident by Samantha Schmidt, Fenit Nirappil, Laura Vozzella, The Washington Post, 6 February 2019. 

California Prof. Details Sexual Assault Allegations Against Virginia Lt. Governor by KQED News Staff and Wires, KQE.February 6, 2019

Virginia lt. gov accuser says she has no political agenda despite “smear campaign” defense by Julia Prodis Sulek, San Jose Mercury News, February 6, 2019.
(Also published by East Bay Times)

Virginia Lt. Gov. Fairfax accuser told friend at Stanford about 2004 sexual assault by Julia Sulek, San Jose Mercury News, 5 February 2019.
(Also published by East Bay Times )

Elizabeth Tobias "Survivor!" | LA Art Fair, by Ryane Gonsalves, Flaunt Magazine, 22 January 2019.

Why victims of Catholic priests need to hear more than confessions, by Joan Cook and Jennifer Freyd, The Conversation, 16 January 2019. (Republished: WTOP; Newstimes; Seattle PI)

11 Rapes, 4 States, 1 Suspect: The ‘Extraordinarily Improbable’ Defense of Calvin Kelly by Matt Mencarini, Lansing State Journal, 8 January 2019.


Study: When Leaders Take Sexual Harassment Seriously, So Do Employees, by Chloe Hart, Alison Dahl Crossley, & Shelley Correll, Harvard Business Review, 14 December 2018.

Dec 13: Jill Christman on Writing Sexual Trauma Under Title IX by Jill Christman, Essay Daily, 13 December 2018

UW may implement online sexual-assault reporting system as soon as next fall by Asia Fields, Seattle Times, 30 November 2018.

How To Spot Emotional Abuse & Gaslighting In Relationships (When Your Partner Plays The Victim) By Dan Drake, Your Tango, 16 November 2018.

Let's Talk Accountability and Healing In The NM Catholic Church, By Hannah Colton • KUNM, 15 November 2018.

5 Ways The Narcissist In Your Life Turns Himself Into A Victim by Judith Tutin, Your Tango, 12 November 2018.

Freyd speaks on Betrayal Trauma Theory, role of universities in reducing trauma by Leslie Kim, The Princetonian, 8 November 2018.

The boxes Kavanaugh opened by Marty Grande-Sherbert, The Carillon, 31 October 2018.

listen [6 min podcast] How to spot a pattern of denials in the #MeToo movement by CBC Radio, CBC, 26 October 2018.

listen [55 min podcast] A case against forgiveness by CBC Radio, CBC, 26 October 2018.

Kavanaugh Saga Shows the #MeToo Movement at a Crossroads: Three Legal Reforms Needed Now by Marci A. Hamilton, Verdict, 25 October 2018.

Understand the danger of DARVO in discourse surrounding sexual assault by MK Manoylov, The Red and Black, 19 October 2018.

Timing right for sexual ethics summit by Sam Hodges, UM News, 16 October 2018.

District’s revamped sexual harassment policies under fire by Vikaas Shanker, Merced Sun-Star, 13 October 2018.

The Battle Over Brett Kavanaugh Has Ended. But the Pain His Hearing Triggered Has Not
by Eliana Dockterman, Time, 11 October 2018.

Experts in Sexual Assault Assess Kavanaugh's Behavior through the Lens of Science, Digital Journal, 9 October 2018.

Kavanaugh's Shift to Victim by Carol A. Lambert, Psychology Today, 9 October 2018.

You Had a Toxic Parent But Your Siblings Say They Didn't by Peg Streep, Psychology Today, 8 October 2018.

listen [15 min podcast] Institutional Betrayal with Dr. Jennifer Freyd by I, Survivor Podcast, Art19, 5 October 2018.

The Victimhood, by On The Media, WNYC (NPR Affiliate, NYC), 5 October 2018.

Brett Kavanaugh’s terrible non-apology reminded experts of the language of abuse by Addy Baird, Think Progress, 5 October 2018.

Golden Valley basketball coach identified as alleged sexual harasser in school record by Vikaas Shanker, Merced Sun-Star, 2 October 2018.

Boo hoo hoo. Brett Kavanaugh is not a victim by Robin Abcarian, LA Times, 1 October 2018.

The Zelig of legitimacy crises: Brett Kavanaugh and our eroding American institutions by Harry Siegel, NY Daily News, 29 September 2018.

Why Christine Blasey Ford Isn’t Allowed to Be Mad by Lili Loofbourow, Slate, 28 September 2018.

The Ford-Kavanaugh Hearings and 3 Links Between Sexual Assault, Narcissism and the “Cult of Masculinity”
by Athena Staik, Psych Central, 28 September 2018.

Ford-Kavanaugh Hearing Triggers Trauma in Sexual Assault Victims by Sue Treiman, Everyday Health, 28 September 2018.

After Ford’s testimony, sexual assault victims come forward by Rashaan Ayesh, The Herald Sun, 28 September 2018.

Related image. [2.5 min news segment] First woman to accuse Kavanaugh of assault faces backlash by Rosiland Jordan, Al Jazeera English, 27 September 2018.

Kavanaugh's opening remarks are a master class in a common sexual abuser defense tactic by Wagatwe Wanjuki, Daily Kos, 27 September 2018.

Brett Kavanaugh Plays The Victim by Emily Peck, Huffington Post, 27 September 2018.

She's Smarter Than Them by Susan Zalkind, Vice, 27 September 2018.

The persistence of memory: Christine Blasey Ford knows exactly what she's talking about
by Alexis Grenell, NY Daily News, 27 September 2018.

Professors bring community together to discuss institutional courage and betrayal by Sam Cushing, The Beacon, 27 September 2018.

Why Do They Do That: Deny, Attack, Reverse Victim-Offender by Kitty Wenham, The Nope Book, 26 September 2018.

UP hosts 'Building Institutional Courage' event this Tuesday, follow-up discussion Wednesday night by Hannah Sievert, The Beacon, 24 September 2018.

Kavanaugh Shows the Disgusting Underbelly of America's Elite Schools by Susan Zalkind, Vice, 24 September 2018.

Women in science take on sexual harassment by Laurel Oldach, ASBMB Today, 11 September 2018

Is it time for Canadian universities to ban student-professor relationships? by Jane Gerster, Global News, 3 September 2018.

How Do We End An Epidemic Of Clergy Sex Abuse? by Carmen Baskauf & Lucy Nalpathanchil, WNPR, 21 August 2018.

Many Professors Have to Report Sexual Misconduct. How Should They Tell Their Students That? by Sarah Brown, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 August 2018.

Sexual harassment is rife in the sciences, finds landmark US study by Alexandra Witze, Nature, 12 June 2018.

Bill Clinton Deployed A Tactic Used By Trump In Interview About Monica Lewinsky by Emily Peck, Huffington Post, 4 June 2018.

Stanford Political Union hosts discussion on Title IX policy by William Dunlop, The Stanford Daily, 24 May 2018.

Letter: How to Reduce Suicides in College by Jennifer J. Freyd, The New York Times, 17 May 2018.

Salk Institute Biologist Inder Verma Placed On Leave After Sexual Assault Allegations by Ethan Coston, The Triton, 2 May 2018.

Ashley Judd says women and companies need to learn the acronym DARVO, so they can disrupt it by Lila MacLellan, Quartz, 1 May 2018.

The mental health cost of sexual harassment by Omowaleayo Wale-Olaitan, Nigerian Tribune, 27 April 2018.

UO's Freyd named to second fellowship at Stanford, AroundTheO, 26 April 2018.

Famed cancer biologist allegedly sexually harassed women for decades
, by Meredith Wadman, Science Magazine, 26 April 2018.

#MeToo can affect you, too, by Barbara Spector, Family Business Magazine, April 2018.

Are UO’s efforts to prevent sexual assault helping those who need it most?
by Becca Robbins, Daily Emerald, 23 April 2018.

Perspectives on US Invasive Cases | Harvard Sex Scandals Over 37 Years: University Progress and Development by Xue Yule, The Paper, 20 April 2018.

listenWomen @ Work Podcast by Laura Zarrow, SiriusXM 111, 18 April 2018.

Oregon psychology professor talks psychology of sexual harassment by Olivia Mitchel, The Stanford Daily, 13 April 2018.

Is There a Better Way to Handle Workplace Sexual Harassment? by Knowledge@Wharton, Knowledge@Wharton, 12 April 2018.

Professor Jennifer Freyd discusses surveys on sexual assault and harassment by Haley Mullen, The Bucknellian, 12 April 2018.

Two U.S. teachers teach at Peking University to reveal Gao Yan’s suicide by Xu Peng, Iask, 10 April 2018.

Peking University's "Suicide Incident in Gaoyan": Collective Trauma and "Later" Counterattack by Liu Sijie Gao Jia, Sohu, 8 April 2018.

#MeToo Movement Leaders Encourage Corporate HR Leaders to Push for Systemic Change by Laura Lorek, Silicon Hills News, 5 April 2018.

The Young and the Restless Confronts Domestic Violence, Divorce and Child Custody by Daniel Pearce, Daytime Confidential, 27 March 2018.

She wanted a Hollywood career. Her agent wanted sex by Cara Kelly, USA Today, 22 March 2018.

Margaret Atwood to donate to sexual-violence fund by Marsha Lederman, The Globe and Mail, 9 March 2018.

CASBS Announces 2018-19 Fellows by The Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS) at Stanford University, 2 March 2018

Related imageWatch the 8 minute mini-documentary. Hollywood’s greatest betrayal: How sexual predators used their power to operate in plain sight by Nicki DeMarco and Erin Patrick O'Connor, The Washington Post, 27 February 2018.

Professor/student romances: '20 bad endings' for every happily ever after by Kate Murphy and James Pilcher, Cincinnati Enquirer, 22 February 2018.

These are all the ways sexual harassment can make your life miserable by Meera Jagannathan, Moneyish, 16 February 2018.

What happens when you witness sexual harassment in the workplace by Julia Carpenter, CNN Money, 9 February 2018.

How do sexual assault survivors fare? by Diana Yates, Medical Xpress, 1 February 2018.

When the True Victim is Blamed by Louise F. Fitzgerald and Jennifer J. Freyd, Eugene Weekly, 1 February 2018.

Reasoning behind campus sexual assault policies challenged by psychologists, EurekAlert!, 31 January 2018.

Call to Reform Mandated-Reporter Policies on Assault by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 29 January 2018.

How sexual harassment can affect mental health by Julia Carpenter, CNN Money, 26 January 2018.

Sentencing of Larry Nassar Closes One Chapter in the #Metoo Movement by Jesusemen Oni, VOA News, 25 January 2018.

The brain science that could help explain sexual harassment by Mary Slaughter, Khalil Smith & David Rock, Quartz at Work, 24 January 2018.

Reimagining Equality: The legacy of Dr. King and gender equality in the modern day by Evan Burns, The Daily Campus (University of Connecticut), 19 January 2018.

It's Time to Take a New Approach to Sexual Harassment Prevention by Jathan Janove, Society for Human Resource Management, 18 January 2018.

Will there be a backlash to #MeToo? by Libby Coleman, OZY, 15 January 2018.

Trauma isn’t rare. How to acknowledge it in your own life, and move on by Olivia Goldhill, Quartzy, 14 January 2018.

Professor describes how institutions betray sex assault victims, AroundTheO, 12 January 2018.

When sexual assault victims speak out, their institutions often betray them, by Jennifer J. Freyd, The Conversation, 11 January 2018. (Republished by Salon, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, AP, and others.)

First-of-its-kind study examines 'institutional betrayal by Staff, CTV News, 6 January 2018.


#MeToo surge could change society in pivotal ways, analysts say,by Christina Pazzanese & Colleen Walsh,, 22 December 22 2017. (This story originally ran in the Harvard Gazette ).

Trump’s DARVO defense of harassment accusations, by Louise Fitzgerald and Jennifer Freyd, The Boston Globe, 20 December 2017.

listenHere’s What a Backlash Against #MeToo Might Look Like, by By Lesley McClurg, KQED Future of You, 14 December 2017.

This grad student says her professor harassed her. Her life changed. Did his? by Anna North, Vox, 14 December 2017

listen“Fresh Meat” – Stories from Sexual Harassment’s Front Lines,, by Michael Shulder, Wavemaker (podcast), 13 December 2017.

Ashley Judd Is Just Getting Started by Adam Grant, Esquire, 11 Dec 2017.

Amplify: Creating real change in the wake of #Metoo by Hannah Sung, Globe and Mail Newsletter, 8 December 2017.

Professor discusses sexual misconduct in Toronto event, Around the O, 7 December 2017.

#AfterMeToo event calls for new policies against sexual misconduct by Jessica Wong, CBC News, 6 December 2017 .

Ashley Judd on Why She Spoke Out About Weinstein: "It Was the Right Thing to Do" by Chris Gardner, Hollywood Reporter, 6 December 2017.

The Psychology of Betrayal by Ariane Panzer, Synapse, 5 December 2017.

How Sex Perps Use Deny, Attack, and Reverse by Sarah Harsey, Nautilus Blog, 27 November 2017.

'Institutional betrayal' in the health-care system can leave patients traumatized: new research by Tom Blackwell, The National Post, 27 November 2017.

After Weinstein, will this time be different? By Sarah L. Cook, Houston Chronicle, 24 November 2017

Brenda Tracy’s Fight Against College Football’s Rape Culture by Jordan Ritter Conn, The Ringer, 6 November 2017.

SIO90: Uranium and #DARVO: An Epistemological Crisis by Thomas Smith, Serious Inquiries Only, 3 November 2017

UO creates new “Responsible Reporting” policy to support survivors of gender-based discrimination and harassment on campus by Hanna Kanik, The Daily Emerald, 30 October 2017.

Ashley Judd on deciding to come forward with Weinstein allegations, by Diane Sawyer, abc News, 26 October 2017 (DARVO discussed 5:35 in)

Ashley Judd Describes Harvey Weinstein Campaign To “Deny, Attack, Reverse Order Of Offender And Victim”, by Lisa de Moraes, Deadline, 26 October 2017.

Ashley Judd Escaped Weinstein By Making 'Deal' With Him, Johnjay and Rich, 26 October 2017. (DARVO)

Ashley Judd on Her Decision to Speak Out Against Harvey Weinstein, Extra TV, 26 October 2017. (DARVO)

Emily Yoffe's Columbusing of race and campus sexual assault to make college safer for assailants by Wagatwe Wanjuki, Daily Kos, 25 October 2017

listenUniversity of Oregon Updates Campus Gender Discrmination and Sexual Assault Policy by Allison Frost, Jenn Chavez, and Julie Sabatier, Think Out Loud, OPB, 19 September 2017.

Confronting sexual harassment in chemistry by Linda Wang & Andrea Widener, Chemical and Engineering News, Volume 95, pages 28-37, 18 September 2017

Silent Majority by Kristen Dold, Women'sHealth, September 2017

Controversial Events Cause Distress, Feelings of Betrayal by Ryan Basen, Medpage Today, 4 August 2017

Worse Than It Seems, by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 18 July 2017.

Book Review: Baffled By Love, review by Claire Nana, PsychCentral, 2 July 2017.

UO Senate honors former Register-Guard reporter Diane Dietz, by Dylan Darling,The Register-Guard, 15 June 2017.

University Senate recognizes four with annual service awards, Around the O, 13 June 2017.

Four individuals honored with University Senate awards, Around the O, 30 May 2017.

Melissa L. Barnes (Feminist & Gender Studies and Psychology '15) Helps Author New Discrimination Policy at the University of Oregon, Colorado College News Room, 28 May 2017

What’s Required of a Professor Who Learns of a Student’s Rape? One University Seeks a Nuanced Answer, by Katherine Mangan, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 25 May 2017.

Stealthing is assault, a betrayal with potentially long-lasting consequences, by Joan Cook, The Hill, 24 May 2017.

UO Adopts New "Student-Directed" Reporting Policy For Sexual Assault by Rachel McDonald, KLCC, 23 May 2017.

Regional sociology gathering puts focus on UO psychologist by Jim Barlow, Around the O, 6 April 2017.

Psychology professor sues UO, says she’s paid ‘substantially less’ than male colleagues by Jack Moran, The Register-Guard, 21 March 2017. [And multiple others]

Q&A: How institutions can help victims by Cathy Cook, Daily Lobo, 5 February 2017.

Campus sexual assault victims need support, not betrayal: visiting professor by Ashley Robinson, Regina Leader-Post, 29 January 2017.        

CBC News: Saskatchewan at 6:00, Saskatchewan News, CBC, 27 January 2017.

Interview on Afternoon Edition, Saskatchewan CBC, 27 January 2017.

Creating dialogue on assault in sports by Ryan Mishap, Daily Emerald, 15 January 2017.                                                                      

How Publicity Might Sway Reporting of Campus Sexual Assaults by Sarah Brown, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 5 January 2017.


Proposed UO Policy May Help Sexual Assault Victims by Kelly Kenoyer, Eugene Weekly, 1 December 2016.

Required Supporting Instead of Required Reporting: Responding Well to Disclosures of Campus Sexual Violence by Jennifer Freyd, Huffington Post Blog, 1 December 2016.

How common are sexual harassment and rape in the United States? by Sarah Cook, The Conversation, 15 November 2016.

Without our Free(ish) Press, We are Sunk. Please Help. by Jennifer Freyd, Huffington Post Blog, 15 November 2016.

The Election: Boys Are Watching, But Are Parents Saying Anything Meaningful? by Soraya Chemaly, Role Reboot, 24 October 2016.

WMC Live #184: Natashia Deón, Judit Polgár, by Robin Morgan, Women’s Media Center, 23 October 2016.

What Michelle Obama Didn’t Say by Michele Landis Dauber, Politico, 14 October 2016.

Workgroup on sexual assault reporting to hold student forum by Emily Olson, Emerald, 23 September 2016.

If universities want to know about campus sexual assault, they're doing it wrong by Nina Funnell, The Guardian, 15 September 2016.

Shame on you, Universities Australia. This is no way to treat rape survivors by Nina Funnell, The Daily Telegraph, 15 September 2016.

Senior scientists must engage in the fight against harassment, by Serina Diniega, Joshua Tan, Matthew S. Tiscareno, and Elizabeth Wehner, Eos, 8 September 2016.

UO Senate workgroup to narrow approach to responsible employee sexual assault reporting by Emily Olson, Emerald, 2 September 2016.

She Was Raped During Study Abroad. Then Her School Said She Couldn’t Talk About It. by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 31 August 2016.

National sexual harassment survey of university students by Geoff Maslen, University World News, 26 August 2016.

UO Senate work group meets to lay out groundwork for permanent mandatory reporting policy by Tran Nguyen, Emerald, 26 August 2016

UC Riverside Sociology Professor Named President of the Pacific Sociological Association, Planning 88th Annual Conference by Mojgan Sherkat, University of California Riverside Today, 18 August 2016.

Why "Forgive and Forget" is Actually Really Bad Advice by Mary Rose Somarriba, Verily Magazine, 25 July 2016.   

Sincere apologies are healing, UO psychologist tells Verily, Around the O, 22 July 2016.

The debate around mandatory reporting is not over by Max Thornberry, Daily Emerald, 21 July 2016.    

How Sexual Harassment Halts Science by Vince Grzegorek, Slate, 19 July 2016 

listenBetrayal Blindness and Institutional Betrayal hosted by Scott Dudley and Maria Wyatt, Imperial County Behavioral Health Services, 7 July 2016.

Why It’s Harder For Grad Students To Report Sexual Harassment by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 6 July 2016.

Open Letter to the Administration and Trustees of Stanford University. by Jennifer J. Freyd, Huffington Post blog, 21 June 2016.

listenTaking a Hard Look at Campus Sex Assault by Geoffrey Riley and Emily Cureton, The Jefferson Exchange, Jefferson Public Radio, 10 June 2016.                                                              

Rape Survivors Testify Against Required Reporting by Camilla Mortenson, Eugene Weekly, 26 May 2016.

Sexual harassment compromises graduate students' safety by Marina Rosenthal, Alec Smidt, and Jennifer Freyd, The Conversation, 18 May 2016.

UO to Discuss Required Reporting Policy Affecting How Rape Allegations Are Handled on Campus by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 17 May 2016.

Professors Are Being Forced To Reveal Sexual Assault Confidences, Like It Or Not by Tyler Kingkade, The Huffington Post, 10 May 2016.

Nine ways to make our universities safer by Esmeralda Sayagues, Thought Leader, Mail & Guardian, South Africa, 10 May 2016                               

Institutional Betrayal by Gina Kaufmann, The Central Standard on Kansas City's NPR-affiliate KCUR, 3 May 2016. listen

The next chapter: an update on sexual assault prevention at the UO by Dahlia Bazzaz, The Daily Emerald, 2 May 2016.

SAPR hosts third annual leaders summit for 15th Wing by Terri Paden, Ho’okele News, 29 April 2016.

The Problem with “Required Reporting” Rules for Sexual Violence on Campus by Jennifer Freyd, Huffington Post Blog, 25 April 2016.

Monday event kicks off series on sexual assault by Andrea Villa, The Stanford Daily, 20 April 2016.

Data Driven: The uses of big data go beyond micro-targeted marketing by Lisa Christensen, Utah Business, 15 April 2016.

Notable Honors and Awards for 10 Women Scholars by WIAReport Staff, Women in Academia Report, 14 April 2016.    

Coasters Test for Date Rape Drugs by Mohammed Alkhadher, Eugene Weekly, 14 April 2016.

UO psychologist honored for her work on betrayal trauma, Around the O, 8 April 2016.

What It Looks Like When A University Truly Fixes How It Handles Sexual Assault by Tyler Kingkade, The Huffington Post, 7 April 2016.

Title IX as a Threat to Academic Freedom by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 24 March 2016.

Taking on Campus Rape and Winning by Carrie Baker, Ms. Magazine, 14 March 2016.

Society not prepared to deal with incest by Caroline Ravello, Trinidad Guardian, 9 March 2016.

The CEO of billion-dollar startup Qualtrics promised to pay an employee $100,000 for playing an Aerosmith song by Julie Bort, Business Insider, 18 February 2016.
UBC Sexual Assault, CBC “On the Coast” interview, CBC Radio, 15 February 2016. .listen

'Institutional betrayal' expert to speak at UBC following alleged sex assaults(CBC news) By Laura Kane, The Canadian Press, 14 February 2016. (This story also appeared in many other sources including the Toronto Star and the Huffington Post Canada.)

What Spotlight Teaches Us About Institutional Betrayal by Joan Cook,, 2 February 2016.

“Companion” app: A safer way to walk home, and other resources by Jordyn Brown, Daily Emerald, 12 January, 2016.


The whistleblowers: Employees claim retaliation in campus rape cases by Emanuella Grinberg, CNN, 20 November 2015.                          

Retaliation claimed in campus rape cases by Emanuella Grinberg, coverage by WDSU News on CNN article, 20 November 2015.                                  

Some ASUO members threaten to halt FSL expansion in response to latest Climate Survey results by Olivia Decklar, Daily Emerald, 11 November 2015.

Outside The Lines: Brandon Austin: Second and third chances by Jeremy Fowler, ESPNEWS, ESPN2, and ESPN, 1 November 2015.  (7 min video clip of 25 min show and full podcast)

FSL section of 2015 Sexual Violence Survey announced at University Senate meeting by Andrew Field, Daily Emerald, 8 October 2015.

Senate wrap up Oct. 7 by Tran Nguyen, Daily Emerald, 7 October 2015.

Gurbaksh Chahal, A Shining Example of How Not to Behave in Tech by Gregoris Kalai, Huffington Post, 6 October 2015.                                                                                              

University releases its annual Clery crime report for 2014 by Kelly McIver, Around the O, 1 October 2015.                                                                                   

Private Colleges Keep Sexual Assault Data Secret by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 1 October 2015.                                                                          

Examining Denial Tactics: Were Victims Overrepresented in the AAU Survey of Sexual Violence On College Campuses? by Jennifer J. Freyd, Huffington Post Blog, 29 September 2015.

1 in 4 female students suffer sex assault, misconduct by Katherine Mangan, University World News, 26 September 2015.

Focus on perpetrators by Editorial, The Register-Guard, 25 September 2015.

University of Oregon: A new campus sexual assault survey shows assault is as prevalent as previously reported by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 21 September 2015.

UO releases new sexual assault climate survey results by Staff, Around the O, 21 September 2015.

New Survey Reflects Previous Findings About Sexual Assault at UO by Rachael McDonald, KLCC Radio, 21 September 2015.

Survey Reaffirms Sexual Assault Stats at UO and Other Schools, Shows Students Don't Believe Reports Taken Seriously by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 21 September 2015.

Jennifer Freyd And The Administrator Researcher Campus Climate Consortium Are Helping Schools Reduce Rape For Free, Because Nobody Should Have To Pay For Prevention by Suzannah Weiss, Bustle, 8 September 2015.                                          

A Supergroup Of Academics Is Trying To Stop People Who Profit From Campus Rape by Tyler Kingkade, The Huffington Post, 1 September 2015.

5 percent of University of Kentucky students sexually assaulted last year by RT staff, RT Network, 1 September 2015.               

Comparing sexual violence survey data over the past year by Noah McGraw, Oregon Daily Emerald, 1 September 2015.

UO Survey Finds Climate of Sexual Violence On Campus by Rachael McDonald, KLCC, 27August 2015

Sexual assaults surveyed by The Register-Guard Editorial Staff, The Register-Guard, 26 August 2015.

1 in 4 Univ. of Oregon Women Report Nonconsensual Sexual Incident
by Campus Safety Magazine Staff, Campus Safety Magazine, 26 August 2015.

University of Oregon graduate students report fewer rapes, more harassment than undergraduates in campus survey by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 25 August 2015.

One in five UO undergrad women surveyed report rape, sexual assault or evading sex abuse by Richard Read, The Oregonian, 25 August 2015.

UO survey on sexual victimization issues highlights need to increase awareness of available services by News-Medical Staff, News-Medical.Net, 25 August 2015.

UO heads into school year with improved sexual violence resources by Chris Leidel and News Staff, KVAL, 24 August 2015.

University of Oregon grad students raped less, harassed more than undergrads, survey says by Herald and News Staff, Herald and News, 24 August 2015.

University of Oregon case prompts new federal guidance on student therapy records privacy by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 21 August 2015.

New survey on sexual climate suggests more awareness of services is needed by Jim Barlow, Around the O, 21 August 2015.

Sorority Secrets: The Dark Side of Sisterhood That No One’s Willing to Talk About by Alexandra Robbins, Marie Claire, 20 July 2015.

One Woman’s Quest to Fix the Process of Reporting Sexual Assault by Kate Wheeling, Pacific Standard, 28 May 2015.

Dragged Through The Mud by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 28 May 2015.

UO’s Jennifer Freyd to discuss institutional betrayal in South Africa by Jim Barlow, Around the O, 18 May 2015.

Sexual assault survivor Brenda Tracy speaks out against sexual assault and institutional betrayal by Francesca Fontana, Oregon Daily Emerald, 15 May 2015.

UO Interim President Scott Coltrane cites progress on preventing sexual assault by Richard Read, The Oregonian, 13 May 15.

UO can move beyond institutional betrayal by Jennifer J. Freyd, The Register Guard, 7 May 15.

FSL’s sexual assault task force has one year to prove it can change a culture by Lauren Garetto, Oregon Daily Emerald, 4 May 2015.

This is how the University of Oregon has tackled sexual assault in the last year by Sami Edge, Oregon Daily Emerald, 4 May 2015.

Sexual assault awareness needs more collaboration if progress is to continue by Oregon Daily Emerald Editorial Board, Oregon Daily Emerald, 4 May 2015.

‘The Hunting Ground’ screening attracts large campus audience by Ally Taylor, Oregon Daily Emerald, 29 April 2015.

UO Interim President Scott Coltrane creates sexual-assault council as concerns, committees proliferate by Richard Read, The Oregonian, 28 April 2015.

Sexual misconduct survey sent out to student sample by Hannah Sarisohn, The Daily Collegian, 21 April 2015.

First of two climate surveys on sexual assault begin by Around the O Staff, Around the O, 17 April 2015.

A Call for More Faculty Involvement in the Campus Rape Crisis by Caroline Heldman, The Huffington Post, 15 April 2015.

Rutgers would be better off without frats. Period. by The Star Ledger Editorial Board, The Star Ledger, 11 April 2015.

UO quietly diminishes privacy protections at student counseling center, despite promises by Richard Read, The Oregonian, 8 April 2015.

UO profs: Hiring an assistant vice president to combat campus sexual assault is not enough by Richard Read, Oregon Live: The Oregonian, 2 April 2015.

Trauma and Betrayal: How Ukraine is beginning to break free of Russia by Jeffrey Stephaniuk, Euromaidan Press, 23 March 2015.

UO returns student’s confidential therapy records by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 21 March 2015.

Readers Say Culture Is The Problem, Not UO Cheerleader Dances by Lizzy Duffy, Oregon Public Broadcasting, 20 March 2015.

Questioning The Effect Of Cheerleaders On Campus Culture by Dave Blanchard and Lizzy Duffy, Oregon Public Broadcasting, 19 March 2015.

Should UO Change Cheerleaders’’ Image to Curb Campus Sexual Assaults? by Lizzy Duffy, Jefferson Public Radio, 19 March 2015.

UO needs to take action to restore students’ trust by Jennifer J. Freyd, The Register-Guard, 17 March 2015.

Close the records loophole, Editorial, The Register-Guard, 17 March 2015.

UO trustee puts spotlight on ‘sexual dancing’ by cheerleaders by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 17 March 2015.

UO Therapy Records Access Gets Congressional Attention by Rachael McDonald, KLCC, 13 March 2015.

Wyden, UO Senate cite college medical privacy concerns by Richard Read, Oregon Live: The Oregonian, 12 March 2015.

UO explains handling of student’s confidential therapy records by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 10 March 2015.

University of Oregon Decides Not To Sue Rape Survivor by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 27 February 2015.

UO drops claim against student by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 27 February 2015.

It’s On Us by Rosemary Howe Camozzi, Oregon Quarterly, 27 February 2015.

Qualtrics features celebs and top researchers at Insight Summit by Jordan Carroll, Herald Extra, 21 February 2015.

Penn criticized by faculty, other U.’s for sexual violence management by Sophia White, The Daily Pennsylvanian, 19 February 2015.

ASUO Senate passes amended resolution on proposed halt of FSL expansion by Lauren Garetto, Oregon Daily Emerald, 18 February 2015.

Researchers critique sexual assault survey by Kate Talerico, The Brown Daily Herald, 12 February 2015.

Will expansion of Fraternity and Sorority Life halt? by Lauren Garetto, Oregon Daily Emerald, 9 February 2015.

Columbia to administer two campus climate surveys about sexual assault and harassment by Angela Bentley, Columbia Spectator, 6 February 2015.

How sorority culture contributes to the campus rape problem by Alexandra Robbins, The Washington Post, 30 January 2015.

UO could skip violence study by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 30 January 2015.

President answers questions about records, sets campus town halls by Jennifer Winters, Around the O, 29 January 2015.

Amid Controversy, Cornell to Partake in AAU Survey by Jeanette Si, The Cornell Daily Sun, 27 January 2015.

Penn makes new efforts on handling sexual assault by Sophia White, The Daily Pennsylvanian, 26 January 2015.

Top headlines from 2014 at UO by Scott Greenstone and Alexandria Cremer, Oregon Daily Emerald, 31 December 2015.

Declining the AAU Survey by Michael Stratford, Inside Higher Ed, 13 January 2015.

Oregon will participate in several studies that address sexual assault by Dahlia Bazzaz & Alexandra Wallachy, Oregon Daily Emerald, 5 January 2015.


All eyes on UO by Jeff Wright, The Register-Guard, 21 December 2014.

How much rape? by John Bonine, Oregon Daily Emerald, 16 December 2014.

Sexual Assault Statistics Can Be Confusing, But They're Not the Point by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 15 December 2014.

What It’s Like Being A Campus Sexual Assault Activist by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 12 December 2014.

UO panel: Possible suspension right away in sex assault investigations by Joe Douglass, KATU, 10 December 2014.

University of Oregon plan to fund more studies of sexual violence stirs controversy, impatience by The Oregonian, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 5 December 2014.

UO joins sexual violence survey by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 5 December 2014.

UO will take part in AAU survey on sexual violence and develop its own by Emma Scherzer, Oregon Daily Emerald, 3 December 2014.

UO will do its own survey on sexual violence, and the AAU’s by Greg Bolt, Around the O, 3 December 2014.

Though Under Fire For Its Own Rape Response, UVA Advises Other Schools Nationwide by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 25 November 2014.

Surveys, Secrecy, and Sexual Assault by John E. Bonine, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 November 2014.

UO scholar questions assault survey by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 19 November 2014.

AAU Pushes Climate Surveys by Michael Stratford, Inside Higher Ed, 19 November 2014.

Experts Criticize Higher Ed Lobby For Undermining Federal Fight Against Campus Sexual Assault by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 18 November 2014.

AAU's Planned Sexual-Assault Survey Draws Backlash From Some Researchers by Tom Bartlett, The Chronicle of Higher Education, 18 November 2014.

UO professors Jennifer Freyd, Carol Stabile against AAU campus climate survey by Francesca Fontana, Oregon Daily Emerald, 18 November 2014.

Pending analysis will determine how UO moves forward against sexual assault by Alexandra Wallachy, Oregon Daily Emerald, 10 November 2014.

U of Oregon senate task force recommends halting Greek life expansion to reduce sexual violence by Beth Maiman, USA Today, 4 November 2014.

Campus Task Force Concludes That Yes, the Greek System Does Encourage Rape by Tom McKay,, 28 October 2014.

Most Sororities Don't Allow Alcohol In The House, And Americans Support That by Tyler Kingkade and Amanda Gutterman, The Huffington Post, 28 October 2014.

UO Senate Task Force on sexual violence suggests halting Fraternity/Sorority expansion by KMTR News Staff, KMTR, 28 October 2014.

Carly Smith helped create the campus climate survey that involved reporting of sexual assault by Dahlia Bazzaz, Oregon Daily Emerald, 28 October 2014.

University of Oregon Urged to Downsize Frats to Reduce Campus Rape by Anna Merlin, Jezebel, 24 October 2014

UO Task Force Calls for Changes to Address Sexual Assault by Rachael McDonald, KLCC, 23 October 2014.

Panel proposes UO sexual violence office by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 23 October 2014.

University of Oregon sexual violence report recommends removing ‘walls of secrecy’ in athletics, Greek life by Andrew Greif, Oregon Live; The Oregonian, 22 October 2014.

Sexual assault more prevalent in fraternities and sororities, study finds by Jennifer Fleck, Oregon Daily Emerald, 16 October 2014.

UO study: Rape danger higher in Greek life, by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, October 16, 2014

How a Sex-Assault Researcher Persevered Against University Resistance, by Tom Bartlett, The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 14, 2014

Senate panel hears Freyd report on campus sexual misconduct, by Greg Bolt, Around the O; University of Oregon, 6 October 2014.

Freyd, Clery reports highlight need for further studies on sexual assault reportingby Scott Greenstone, Oregon Daily Emerald, 6 October 2014.

Pouring Salt on the Wound: Psychologists Identify the Effects of ‘Institutional Betrayal’ by Paul G. Mattiuzzi, Huffington Post, 3 October 2014.

Addressing Sexual Assault – From Institutional Betrayal to Institutional Courage by Desmond O’Boyle, City Club of Eugene; KLCC, 3 October 2014.

University of Oregon Surveys Students on Sexual Assault by Alex Eidman, Think Out Loud; Oregon Public Broadcasting, 3 October 2014.

1 in 10 Female Students at U. of Oregon Has Been Raped, Study Finds by Andy Thomason, The Ticker; The Chronicle of Higher Education, 3 October 2014.

In Expanded UO Survey Results, More Students Report Sexual Violence by Rob Manning, Oregon Public Broadcasting, 3 October 2014.

19% of female University of Oregon students cite sex attacks, survey says by Matt Pearce, Los Angeles Times, 3 October 2014.

U of O Survey Looks at Climate of Sexual Assault by Rachael McDonald, Jefferson Public Radio, 2 October 2014.

One in three female students at University of Oregon are sexual assault victims- survey, RT, 2 October 2014.

Sexual Violence: 1 in 10 Female Students at University of Oregon Have Been Raped, New Survey Reveals by Rida Ahmed, HNGN, 2 October 2014.

UO Survey Shows 10% of Female Students Have Been Raped by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 2 October 2014.

Ten Percent of Female University of Oregon Students are Sexually Assaulted, Survey Finds by Lee van der Voo (Reuters), Huffington Post, 1 October 2014. Similar Reuters stories in:

Freyd’s survey won’t cancel out the coming AAU’s by Scott Greenstone, Oregon Daily Emerald, 1 October 2014.

Climate of risk by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 1 October 2014.

Study: 10% of undergrad female students say they’ve been raped at UO by Joe Douglass, KATU, 30 September 2014.

Survey: One in 10 Women Raped at UO by Sarah Hurwitz, KEZI, 30 September 2014.

Researchers say 1 in 10 female students at University of Oregon indicate they have been raped at college by Steve Duin, Oregon Live; The Oregonian, 30 September 2014.

One in 10 women at UO experience rape, study shows by Alexandra Wallachy and Alex Cremer, Oregon Daily Emerald, 30 September 2014.

UO gets sexual assault advice by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 19 September 2014,

UO professor launches study to find rate of campus sex assaults by Joe Douglass, KATU, 18 September 2014.

The Ugly Truth College Officials Often Ignore About Sexual Violence by Zoe Greenberg, RH Reality Check, 18 September 2014.

Professor gives lecture with focus on sexual assault by Sarah Scott, The Justice, 16 September 2014.

Oregon researchers urge psychologists to see institutional betrayal [Public Release from the University of Oregon], EurekAlert!, 15 September 2014.

Protecting the Program by Dusty Lane and Joe Douglass, KATU, 8 September 2014.

Faculty Against Rape by Colleen Flaherty, Inside Higher Ed, 20 August 2014.

University of Oregon Trustees Plan Search for Next President by Rob Manning, Oregon Public Broadcasting, 17 August 2014.

Why Some Schools Should Celebrate Being at the Top of Reported Campus Rape Lists by Lucia Graves, National Journal, 1 August, 2014.

U.S. Attorney Joins UO Sexual Violence Task Force by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 30 July 2014.

Official campus statistics for sexual violence mislead by Jennifer J. Freyd, Al Jazeera America, 14 July 2014.

Will the University of Oregon learn, as Reed College did, from its mistakes? by Steve Duin, Oregon Live -- The Oregnian, 8 July 2014.

Important Questions by Kathryn Quina, Letters to the Editor -- Eugene Weekly, 26 June 2014.

Oregon Professor Says She's Facing Retaliation For Sexual Assault Criticism by Tyler Klingkade, Huffington Post, 17 June 2014.

The burden women carry at the University of Oregon by Steve Duin, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 14 June 2014.

UO declined offers of expert help by Mary Bauer, Letters in the Editor’s Mailbag–The Register-Guard, 14 June 2014.

Rape U–UO and its history of sexual assault by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 12 June 2014.

‘If we ask these questions, we're going to find quite a lot of violence on this campus' by Jared Tilbor, KMTR, 12 June 2014.

U. of Oregon Rejects Professor's Plan for Sex Assault Survey, Inside Higher Education, 12 June 2014.

Scholar’s sexual violence study rejected by Josephine Woolington, The Register Guard, 11 June 2014.

University of Oregon rejects professor's proposed sexual violence survey by The Associated Press, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 11 June 2014.

Petition asks for UO for action on sexual violence by Josephine Woolington, The Register Guard, 6 June 2014.

Is UO doing enough? by Josephine Woolington, The Register Guard, 25 May 2014.

Why colleges fail at investigating and punishing sex crimes by Gabrielle Glaser, Los Angeles Times, 22 May 2014.

UO incident highlights need for Clery compliance by The Torch Editorial Board, The Torch, 22 May 2014.

University weighs in on sexual assault task force at public forum by Troy Brynelson, Oregon Daily Emerald, 21 May 2014.

Has the University of Oregon done enough to protect students on campus? by Bayley Sandy, Oregon Daily Emerald, 21 May 2014.

After rape investigation, University of Oregon needs to show courage, not crisis management by Chris Feliciano Arnold, Los Angeles Times, 19 May 2014.

Psychology professor's complaint says University of Oregon violated Clery Act in assault allegation by Sami Edge, Oregon Daily Emerald, 16 May 2014.

Complaint filed over UO's handling of assault allegation by Josephine Woollington, The Register-Guard, 16 May 2014.

Who's Responsible? UO rape investigation a case of institutional betrayal? by Camilla Mortensen, Eugene Weekly, 15 May 2014.

A safe campus? At Oregon, Michael Gottfredson has followed, or ignored, the leader for months by Steve Duin, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 15 May 2014.

University Of Oregon Facing Federal Complaint For Hiding Gang Rape Report by Tyler Kingkade, The Huffington Post, 15 May 2014.

UO Psychology Professor Jennifer Freyd’s Work Gets Recognized by The White House by Fahma Mohammed, Oregon Daily Emerald, 14 May 2014.

Former Eugene City Council member files complaint on behalf of three dumped UO basketball players by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 14 May 2014.

Title IX complaint says Oregon violated rights of dismissed players by Rachel Axon, Detroit Free Press, 13 May 2014.

Title IX complaint filed in Oregon case, USA Today Sports, 13 May 2014.

Former Eugene city councilor files Title IX complaint against UO for Artis, Austin and Dotson’s suspension by Victor Flores, Oregon Daily Emerald, 13 May 2014.

UO coalition makes demands after reported sexual assault by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 13 May 2014.

Coalition to End Sexual Violence issues list of demands to UO, KMTR, 12 May 2014.

Students & advocates calling for change in UO sexual assault case by Kerry Tomlinson, KATU, 12 May 2014.

Advocates Put Pressure on UO President To Act Against Sexual Violence On Campus by Rachael McDonald, Jefferson Public Radio, 12 May 2014.

The plot and the protests thicken at University of Oregon by Steve Duin, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 12 May 2014.

WMC Live #82: Cara Hoffman, Jackie Kallen, Jennifer Freyd, and Carly Smith by Robin Morgan, Live with Robin Morgan, Women’s Media Center–1580 AM, Washington, D.C., 10 May 2014.

Questions remain in Oregon basketball rape investigation: Oregon rundown by Andrew Greif, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 9 May 2014.

Questions of sexual assault and institutional betrayal at the University of Oregon by Steven Duin, Oregon Live–The Oregonian, 8 May 2014.

UO studying conduct code by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 8 May 2014.

After Sexual Assault Case, Protesters Gather At UO Campus by Lizzy Duffy, OPB News Blog–Oregon Public Broadcasting, 8 May 2014.

Alleged rape at UO is just one of many among these national cases by Eliza Collins, Oregon Daily Emerald, 8 May 2014.

Photos: Rally participants take a stand for sexual assault survivors by Taylor Wilder, Ryan Kang, and Andrew Seng, Oregon Daily Emerald, 8 May 2014.

Rally demands answers from UO administration about sexual assault on campus by Jennifer Fleck, Oregon Daily Emerald, 8 May 2014.

Raw Video: Protestors flood Johnson Hall chanting ‘survivors over sports’ by Will Cuddy, Oregon Daily Emerald, 8 May 2014.

OTL has more on's report that three players will not return to Oregon's men's basketball team following a rape investigation in Eugene by Andy Katz, ESPN:Outside the Lines, 6 May 2014.

UO Basketball Players Accused of Rape Won’t Be Charged by David Blanchard, Think Out Loud–Oregon Public Broadcasting, 7 May 2014.

UO criticized over response to incident by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, 7 May 2014.

UO Groups React to Rape Allegations by Stacey Kafka, KEZI, 6 May 2014.

Combatting Sexual Assault on College Campuses by Graham Sprague, Think Out Loud–Oregon Public Broadcasting, 5 May 2014.

Sexual assault on campus: ‘Prevent things from happening in the first place’ by Tom Adams, KVAL, 2 May 2014.

New programs, employees, and training in effort to eliminate rape culture at UO, Rebecca Brewster, Oregon Daily Emerald, 2 May 2014.

Gottfredson recommits to safer campus by Diane Dietz, The Register-Guard, Page 1, 2 May 2014.

White House moves to combat campus rapes, The Register-Guard, 29 April 2014.

Jennifer Freyd takes part in White House announcement, Around the O, 29 April 2014.

Brown Univ. professor’s new book on sex abuse ‘witch hunts’ praised at launch by By Kate Bramson, Providence Journal, 6 April 2014.

Listening Skills: Learn how to respond to employees who have experienced a trauma by Kathryn Tyler, HR Magazine, February 2014.

Different case, different place: navigating the UO's complex sexual assault reporting process by Hannah Golden, Oregon Daily Emerald, 16 February 2014.

Feminism and Betrayal with guests Phyllis Chesler, Paula J. Caplan, and Jennifer M. Gómez, Harvesting Happiness Radio Show, 22 January 2014.


A Good Read — Blind to Betrayal, By Jennifer Freyd and Pamela Birrell by Judlyne Lilly, CBS DC, 27 June 2013.

Sex: What happens when we are betrayed, by Katherine Marrone, Oregon Daily Emerald, 25 April 2013.

UO professor sees lockdown firsthand, by Josephine Woolington, The Register-Guard, 20 April 2013.

After the Boston Bombing and Texas Explosion, Don't Ignore Minor Injuries by Gillian Mohney, ABC News, April 19, 2013.

Why we ignore signs of a cheating spouse, and other cases of ‘betrayal blindness’ by Julia McKinnell, Macleans, 3 April 2013.

Dealing with sexual trauma by Dr. Harold J. Bursztajn and Dr. Nina Y. Freund, The Riverdale Press, 3 April 2013.

Colllege Sexual Assault Survivors Form Underground Network To Reform Campus Policies by Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, 21 March 2013.

Betrayal Blindness discussed on Women's Media Center Live with Robin Morgan on Saturday 16 March 2013, 1580 AM in Washington, DC and on, Freyd interview excerpt listen

Research examines assault, betrayal: UO study finds many victims feel betrayed by institutions that failed to support them by Kelly Ardis, The Register-Guard, Sunday, March 10, 2013, page B1.

Study: Students Who Report Sexual Assault Often Face 'Institutional Betrayal', OPB News by Rob Manning, Oregon Public Broadcasting, March 6, 2013.

The BBC & Jimmy Savile Scandal, The Current, CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), October 31, 2012, listenpodcast

The BBC Under Fire: Psychology Of A Scandal, Kojo Nnamdi Show, on npr affiliate WAMU, Monday, October 29, 2012, listenpodcast.

Sexual abuse of children necessitates serious considerations, by Amanda Antell, The Daily Barometer, October 16, 2012

Victim of a different coach and era speaks. Philadelphia Inquirer, 1 January 2012 (pdf)

When a man is accused of bad behavior, what's it like for the wife? Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 4 December 2011 (pdf)
Cultural Denial and Child Sex Abuse, Voices in the Family on npr affiliate WHYY, 14 November 2011,listen podcast.

Penn State: Would you do better than Joe Paterno?, BBC News Magazine, 10 November 2011 (pdf)

Nothing cuts a child like the feeling of betrayal, The Patriot Ledger, Quincy, Massachusetts, 30 January 2010 (pdf)


Ore. legislators seek support for female military veterans, Oregon Daily Emerald, Eugene, Oregon, 7 May 2009 (pdf)

Archives delve into history of trauma, Cascade, Spring 2009 (pdf)

Abuse that breaks a child's trust, Metro News, Canada, 04 November 2008. (pdf)

'No more!' To end rape, end silence (pdf), The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, 16 April 2007

Study: Men who have not experienced sexual abuse are less likely to believe it has happened to others Oregon Daily Emerald, Eugene, Oregon, 22 February 2007. (pdf)

UO study looks at who believes sex abuse claims (pdf). The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, 21 February 2007, p. F1.

Disputing the cycle of sexual abuse (pdf), Newsday, New York, New York, 19 October 2006

The Science of Sexual Abuse, NPR's Talk of the Nation: Science Friday®, New York, New York, 13 May 2005.
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Researchers urge fight against child abuse The Oregonian, Portland, Oregon, 27 April, 2005.

UO professor published in Science (pdf) Oregon Daily Emerald, Eugene, Oregon, 26 April 2005.

UO expert calls for honest fight against child sex abuse, The Register-Guard, Eugene, Oregon, 22 Aprril, 2005.

Recommendations for Child Sex Abuse Prevention, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Portland, Oregon, 21 April 2005.

Child sex abuse policy recommendations published in Science magazine, APA Monitor on Psychology, Volume 36, no 7, July/August 2005, page 19.

Child sex abuse policy recommendations published in Science, Traumatic StressPoints (Newsletter of ISTSS), Volume 19, Number 3, Summer 2005, page 4.

Science published policy forum on child sexual abuse, The Feminist Psychologist (Newsletter of Div 35 of APA), Volume 32, Number 3, Summer 2005, page 22.

The Science of Childhood Sexual Abuse, The International Society for the Study of Dissociation News, Volume 23, Number 4, July/August 2005, pages 8-9.


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