Faculty

Header Logo





Bybee Deborah Bybee
Professor
Ph.D. Michigan State University 1985
Masters Michigan State University 1980
Bachelors University of Missouri 1973
Primary Program: Ecological-Community
139A Psychology
(517) 353-5015
bybee@msu.edu


Research Statement
|

Dr. Bybee is Professor of Ecological/Community Psychology who specializes in research design and statistical methodology. Her work focuses on the application of multivariate techniques to understand complex, real-world phenomena, especially those that involve change over time. Her substantive interests include violence against women, trauma, and mental health.  



Related Research Websites
 description
Violence Against Women The Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence is a multidisciplinary group of faculty at Michigan State University committed to engaging in community-based, collaborative research and evaluation that is highly rigorous while also having significant practice and policy implications at local, state, national and international levels.
Gender Based Violence The Research Consortium on Gender-based Violence is a multidisciplinary group of faculty at Michigan State University committed to engaging in community-based, collaborative research and evaluation that is highly rigorous while also having significant practice and policy implications at local, state, national and international levels.


Research Publications    
  Title 
2014Greeson, M., Kennedy, A.C., Bybee, D.I., Beeble, M., Adams, A.E., & Sullivan, C.M. (2014). Beyond deficits: Intimate partner violence, maternal parenting, and child behavior over time. American Journal of Community Psychology, 54, 46-58.
2012Adams, A.E., Tolman, R.M., Bybee, D., Sullivan, C.M., & Kennedy, A.C. (2012). The impact of intimate partner violence on low-income women's economic well-being: The mediating role of job stability. Violence Against Women, 18, 1345-1367.
2009Beeble, M. L., Bybee, D., & Sullivan, C. M. (2009). Main, mediating and moderating effects of socal support on the well-being of survivors of intimate partner violence across two years. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77(4), 718-729..
2009Goodkind, S., Ruffolo, M., Bybee, D., & Sarri, R. (2009). Relationships between depressive symptoms and abuse, support, and coping behaviors in girls involved or at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system. Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice Journal, 7(2), 100-118.
2009Kubiak, S. P., Beeble, M. L., & Bybee, D. (2009). Using the K6 to assess the mental health of jailed women. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 48(4), 296-313.
2009Campbell, R., Patterson, D., Bybee, D., Dworkin, E. R. (2009). Predicting sexual assault prosecution outcomes: The role of medical forensic evidence collected by sexual assault nurse examiners (SANEs). Criminal Justice and Behavior, 3(7), 712-727.
2009Tolman, R., Himle, J., Hoffman, Van Etten-Lee, Bybee, D., & Abelson, J. (2009). Impact of social anxiety disorder on employment among women receiving welfare benefits. Psychiatric Services, 60(1), 61-66.
2008Altschul, I., Oyserman, D., & Bybee, D. (2008). Racial-ethnic self-schemas and segmented assimilation: Identity and the academic achievement of Hispanic youth. Social Psychology Quarterly, 71(3), 302-320.
2008Adams, A. E., Sullivan, C. M., Bybee, D., & Greeson, M. (2008). Development of the Scale of Economic Abuse. Violence Against Women, 14(5), 563-588.
2008Kahng, S., Oyserman, D., Bybee, D., & Mowbray, C.T. (2008). Mothers with serious mental illness: When symptoms decline does parenting improve? Journal of Family Psychology, 22(1), 162-166.