Megan Haselschwerdt
Megan Haselschwerdt
Associate Professor of Child & Family Studies, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
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Toward a standard approach to operationalizing coercive control and classifying violence types
JL Hardesty, KA Crossman, ML Haselschwerdt, M Raffaelli, BG Ogolsky, ...
Journal of marriage and family 77 (4), 833-843, 2015
Custody evaluators’ beliefs about domestic violence allegations during divorce: Feminist and family violence perspectives
ML Haselschwerdt, JL Hardesty, JD Hans
Journal of interpersonal violence 26 (8), 1694-1719, 2011
A methodological review and critique of the “intergenerational transmission of violence” literature
ML Haselschwerdt, R Savasuk-Luxton, K Hlavaty
Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 20 (2), 168-182, 2019
Heterogeneity within domestic violence exposure: Young adults’ retrospective experiences
ML Haselschwerdt, K Hlavaty, C Carlson, M Schneider, L Maddox, ...
Journal of interpersonal violence 34 (7), 1512-1538, 2019
Coparenting relationship trajectories: Marital violence linked to change and variability after separation.
JL Hardesty, BG Ogolsky, M Raffaelli, A Whittaker, KA Crossman, ...
Journal of Family Psychology 31 (7), 844, 2017
Managing secrecy and disclosure of domestic violence in affluent communities
ML Haselschwerdt, JL Hardesty
Journal of Marriage and Family 79 (2), 556-570, 2017
The effects of domestic violence allegations on custody evaluators’ recommendations.
JD Hans, JL Hardesty, ML Haselschwerdt, LM Frey
Journal of family psychology 28 (6), 957, 2014
Theorizing children's exposure to intimate partner violence using Johnson's typology
ML Haselschwerdt
Journal of Family Theory & Review 6 (3), 199-221, 2014
Qualitative research on interpersonal violence: Guidance for early career scholars
JL Hardesty, ML Haselschwerdt, KA Crossman
Journal of interpersonal violence 34 (23-24), 4794-4816, 2019
Domestic violence and child custody
JL Hardesty, ML Haselschwerdt, MP Johnson
Parenting plan evaluations: Applied research for the family court, 442-475, 2012
An integrative theoretical model of intimate partner violence, coparenting after separation, and maternal and child well‐being
JL Hardesty, M Raffaelli, L Khaw, E Thomann Mitchell, ML Haselschwerdt, ...
Journal of Family Theory & Review 4 (4), 318-331, 2012
Beyond “lots of hugs and kisses”: Expressions of parental love from parents and their young children in two‐parent, financially stable families
AK Sabey, AJ Rauer, ML Haselschwerdt, B Volling
Family process 57 (3), 737-751, 2018
The influence of divorcing mothers' demeanor on custody evaluators' assessment of their domestic violence allegations
JL Hardesty, JD Hans, ML Haselschwerdt, L Khaw, KA Crossman
Journal of Child Custody 12 (1), 47-70, 2015
The romantic relationship experiences of young adult women exposed to domestic violence
ML Haselschwerdt, CE Carlson, K Hlavaty
Journal of Interpersonal Violence 36 (7-8), 3065-3092, 2021
Domestic violence exposure and peer relationships: exploring the role of coercive control exposure
K Hlavaty, ML Haselschwerdt
Journal of family violence 34 (8), 757-767, 2019
“It’s not just words coming from the mouth” The nature of compassionate love among older couples
AK Sabey, AJ Rauer, ML Haselschwerdt
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 33 (5), 640-665, 2016
Young adult women's perceptions of their maritally violent fathers
ML Haselschwerdt, L Maddox, K Hlavaty
Family relations 69 (2), 335-350, 2020
Understanding change in violence-related attitudes for adolescents in relationship education
R Savasuk-Luxton, F Adler-Baeder, ML Haselschwerdt
Journal of adolescence 63, 153-164, 2018
Divorcing mothers’ use of protective strategies: Differences over time and by violence experience.
ML Haselschwerdt, ET Mitchell, M Raffaelli, JL Hardesty
Psychology of violence 6 (1), 182, 2016
Child custody and domestic violence
JL Hardesty, ML Haselschwerdt, MP Johnson
Parenting plan evaluations: Applied research for the family court, 442-475, 2012
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