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Hannah Feeney CV


MA, Ecological/Community Psychology, Michigan State University, 2016
BA, Psychology/Gender Studies, Boston College, 2012

Research Statement

Hannah Feeney is a doctoral student in the Ecological Community Psychology PhD program at Michigan State University. She is broadly interested in violence against women with a focus on sexual violence and rape culture. More specifically, her research interests include community and systems' response to sexual assault and help seeking behavior in survivors. She is currently working under Dr. Rebecca Campbell on a grant related to unsubmitted sexual assault kits (SAKs). Hannah has experience with quantitative and qualitative methods, ecological theory, and policy development.

Professional Networks: Hannah is a member of APA, SCRA, ASC, and the Research Consortium on Gender-Based Violence (RCGV). To see her RCGV profile, CLICK HERE.

Publications: Hannah has published in a number of psychology and criminal justice journals. To see a full list of Hannah's publications, CLICK HERE.

Linkedin: Hannah's Linkedin profile is frequently updated. To view this, CLICK HERE.

Related Programs


  • Campbell, R., Feeney, H., Fehler-Cabral, G., Shaw, J., & Horsford, S.
    The national problem of untested sexual assault kits (SAKs): Scope, causes, and future directions for research, policy, and practice
    2016, Trauma, Violence, & Abuse
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  • Campbell, R., Pierce, S. J., Sharma, D.B., Feeney, H., & Fehler-Cabral, G.
    Should rape kit testing be prioritized by victim-offender relationship? An empirical comparison of forensic testing outcomes for stranger and non-stranger sexual assaults
    2016, Criminology & Public Policy, 15:555-583
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