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Elana Newman, PhD

Elana Newman, PhD
McFarlin Professor of Psychology
College of Arts & Sciences
Psychology
918-631-2836 Lorton Hall Room 308I

Education

PhD – Duke University MA – Duke University BA – Washington University

Bio

Elana Newman's major area of work focuses upon assessing, understanding, and treating maladaptive responses to traumatic life events. Her current work focuses on journalism and trauma and disaster mental health.

Research Interests

Assessing, understanding, and treating maladaptive responses to traumatic life events; currently, this work focuses on (1) intersection of journalism and traumatic stress studies (2), disaster mental health, (3) training competencies and (4) evaluating the Women in Recovery Program.

Teaching Interests

Psychology of Women
Advanced Psychotherapy, Consultation and Supervision
Traumatic Stress Studies, Teaching of Psychology

Publications

Books

  • McMackin, R., Newman, E., Keane, T., & Fogler, J. (2012). Trauma Therapy in Context: The Science and Craft of Evidence-Based Practice. American Psychological Association.

Journal Articles

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, R., Nelson, S., Nitiéma, P., & Newman, E. (2018). Media Effects in Youth Exposed to Terrorist Incidents: a Historical Perspective. Current Psychiatry Reports, 20(2).

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, R., Nelson, S., Nitiéma, P., & Newman, E. (2018). Media effects in youth exposed to terrorist incidents: a historical perspective, 20. Retrieved from https://api.elsevier.com/content/abstract/scopus_id/85042855061
  • Smith, R., Drevo, S., & Newman, E. (2018). Covering traumatic news stories: Factors associated with post-traumatic stress disorder among journalists. Stress and Health, 34(2), 218–226.

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Nitiéma, P., Tucker, P., & Newman, E. (2017). Early Child Disaster Mental Health Interventions: A Review of the Empirical Evidence, 46, 621-642. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10566-017-9397-y
  • The Role of Social Environment and Gene Interactions on Development of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. (2016), 12.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., & Nitiéma, P. (2016). Current Evidence for Selecting Disaster Interventions for Children and Adolescents, 3, 192-205. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s40501-016-0079-4
  • Eze, N., Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Della Grotta, S., Dansereau, L., Neal, C., & Lester, B. (2016). School-Aged Outcomes following Prenatal Methamphetamine Exposure: 7.5-Year Follow-Up from the Infant Development, Environment, and Lifestyle Study, 170, 34-8.e1.
  • Newman, E., & Drevo, S. (2015). Journalists as partners in early response to trauma: agreements, tensions, and future directions to aid collaboration, 6, 28544. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/ejpt.v6.28544
  • Smith, L., Diaz, S., LaGasse, L., Wouldes, T., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Haning, W., Strauss, A., Della Grotta, S., Dansereau, L., Neal, C., & Lester, B. (2015). Developmental and behavioral consequences of prenatal methamphetamine exposure: A review of the Infant Development, Environment, and Lifestyle (IDEAL) study, 51, 35-44.
  • Pfefferbaum,, B., Newman, E., & Nelson, S. D.* (2014). Mental health interventions for children exposed to disasters and terrorism. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 24(1), 34-21. doi:10.1089/cap.2013.0061

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Varma, V., Nitiéma, P., & Newman, E. (2014). Universal Preventive Interventions for Children in the Context of Disasters and Terrorism, 23, 363-382. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chc.2013.12.006
  • Cook, J. M., & Newman, E. (2014). A consensus statement on trauma mental health: The New Haven Competency Conference process and major findings. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, And Policy, 6, 300-307. doi:10.1037/a0036747

  • Miller, K., Finn, J., & Newman, E. (2014). Are communities ready? Assessing providers’ practices, attitudes, and knowledge about military personnel, 45, 398-404. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/a0036774
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Sweeton, J. L., Newman, E., Varma, V., Noffisnger, M. A., Shaw, J. A., Chrisman, A. K. & Nitiema, P. (2014). Child disaster mental health interventions,: Part II. Timings, settings and delivery, and approaches. Disaster Health, 2(1), 58-67. doi:10.4161/dish.27535

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Sweeton, J. L., Newman, E., Varma, V., Nitiema, P.. Shaw, J., Chrisman, A.K., & Noffsinger (2014). Child disaster mental health interventions: Part I. Techniques, outcomes, and methodological considerations. Disaster Health, 2(1), 1-12. doi:10.4161/dish.27534

  • Pfefferbaum, B, , Sweeton, J. L, Nitiema, P.,Noffsinger, M. A., Vaman, C., Nelson, S. D*., & Newman, E. (2014). Child disaster mental health interventions: Therapy components. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 29 , 494-502. doi:10.1017/S1049023X14000910

  • Newman, E., & Shapiro, B. (2014). Clinicians and journalists responding to disasters, 24, 32-38.
  • Abar, B., LaGasse, L. L., Wouldes, T., Derauf, D. Newman, E, Shah, R.,…& Lester, B.M. (2014). Cross-national comparison of prenatal methamphetamine exposure on infant and early child physical growth: A natural experiment. Prevention Science, 15, 767-778. doi:10.1007/s11121-013-0431-5.

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., Nelson, S., Nitiéma, P., Pfefferbaum, R., & Rahman, A. (2014). Disaster media coverage and psychological outcomes: descriptive findings in the extant research. Current Psychiatry Reports, 16, 464. doi:10.1007/s11920-014-0464-x

  • Diaz, S., Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Della Grotta, S., & Dansereau, L. (2014). Effects of prenatal methamphetamine exposure on behavioral and cognitive findings at 7.5 years of age, 164, 1333-1338.
  • Tirone, V., Newman, E., Ouimette, P., & Kaier, E. (2014). Ethical considerations in conducting research on trauma, posttraumatic stress, and substance misuse and abuse.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., & Nelson, S. (2014). Mental health interventions for children exposed to disasters and terrorism, 24, 24-31. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1089/cap.2013.0061
  • Newman, E., Pfefferbaum, B., Kirlic, N*, Tett, R., Nelson, S.* & Liles, B.* (2014). Meta-Analytic Review of Psychological Interventions for Children Survivors of Natural and Man-Made Disasters. Current Psychiatry Reports, 16 , 462. doi:10.1007/s11920-014-0462-z

  • Kiblawi, Z., Smith, L., Diaz, S., Lagasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Arria, A.M., Huestis, M.A., DellaGrotta, S., Dansereau, L.M.,, Wilcox, Neal, C. R.,Lester, B. (2014). Prenatal Methamphetamine Exposure and Neonatal and Infant Neurobehavioral Outcome: Results from the IDEAL Study. Substance Abuse: Official Publication Of The Association For Medical Education And Research In Substance Abuse, 35(1), 68-73. doi:10.1080/08897077.2013.814614

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., Nelson, S. D.*, Liles, B. D. *, Tett, R., Varman, V. & Nitiema, P. (2014). Research methodology used in child disaster mental health intervention studies. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 55(1), 11-24. doi:10.1016/j.comppsych.2013.08.014

  • Himes, S.L, Lagasse, L.L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Smith, L.,M.,…& Huestis, M.A. (2014). Risk for neurobehavioral disinhibition in prenatal methamphetamine-exposed young children with positive hair toxicology results. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring, 36, 535-543. doi:10.1097/FTD.0000000000000049

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Varma, C., Nitiema, P., & Newman, E. (2014). Universal interventions for children in the context of disasters and terrorism. Child Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 3, 363-368. doi:10.1016/j.chc.2013.12.006

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Varma, V., Nitiéma, P., & Newman, E. (2014). Universal Preventive Interventions for Children in the Context of Disasters and Terrorism, 23, 363-382. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chc.2013.12.006
  • Kirlic, N.* Newman, E., LaGasse, L. L., Derauf, C., Shah, R., Smith, L. M.,…& Lester, B. M. (2013). Cortisol reactivity in two-year-old children prenatally exposed to methamphetamine. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 74, 447-451.

  • Abar, B., LaGasse, L. L., DeRauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Smith, L. M.,…& Lester, B. M. (2013). Examining the relationships between prenatal methamphetamine exposure, early adversity, and child neurobehavioral disinhibition. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors: Journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors, 27, 662-673. doi:10.1037/a0030157

  • Wu, M., LaGasse, L. L., Wouldes, T., Arria, A., Wilcox, T., Derauf, C., Newman, E.,…& Lester, B. M. (2013). Predictors of inadequate prenatal care in methamphetamine-using mothers in New Zealand and the United States. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 17, 566-575. doi:10.1007/s10995-012-1033-8

  • Twomey, J. E, LaGasse, L. L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shad, R., Smith , L. M.,…& Lester, B. M. (2013). Prenatal methamphetamine exposure, home environment and primary caregiver risk factors predict child behavior problems at five years. Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 83, 64-72. doi:10.1111/ajop.12007

  • Kiblawi, Z., Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Arria, A., Huestis, M., DellaGrotta, S., & Dansereau, L. (2013). The effect of prenatal methamphetamine exposure on attention as assessed by continuous performance tests: Results from the infant development, environment, and lifestyle (IDEAL) study, 34, 31.
  • Clinical assessment as a form of listening and intervention. (2012), 51-71.
  • Wouldes, T. A., LaGasse, L. L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Smith, L. M.,…& Lester, B. M. (2012). Co-morbidity of substance use disorder and psychopathology in women who use methamphetamine during pregnancy in the US and New Zealand. Drug And Alcohol Dependence, 127(1-3), 101-107. doi:10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2012.06.016.

  • Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Haning, W., Strauss, A., & DellaGrotta, S. (2012). Growth and neurodevelopmental outcomes in children prenatally exposed to methamphetamine, 34, 375-376.
  • Smith M., LaGasse L L, Derauf C, Newman, E., Shah R., Arria A.,…& Lester B. M. (2012). Maternal depression and prenatal exposure to methamphetamine: Neurodevelopmental findings from the infant development, environment, and lifestyle (IDEAL) study. Depression and Anxiety, 29, 515-522. doi:10.1002/da.21956

  • Liles, B .D,* Newman, E., LaGasse, L. L., Derauf, C., Shaw, R., Smith, L. M.,….& Lester, B. M. (2012). Perceived child behavior problems and parenting stress among prenatal methamphetamine users: The moderating role of maternal depressive symptoms. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 43, 943-957. doi:10.1007/s10578-012-0305-2

  • Liles, B., Newman, E., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Shah, R., Smith, L., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Haning, W., & Strauss, A. (2012). Perceived child behavior problems, parenting stress, and maternal depressive symptoms among prenatal methamphetamine users, 43, 943-957.
  • LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Smith, L., Newman, E., Shah, R., Neal, C., Arria, A., Huestis, M., DellaGrotta, S., & Lin, H. (2012). Prenatal methamphetamine exposure and childhood behavior problems at 3 and 5 years of age, peds-.
  • Derauf, C, LaGasse, L. L., Smith, L. M, Newman, E., Shah, R., Neal, C.,…& Lester, B. M. (2012). Prenatal methamphetamine exposure and inhibitory control among young school-age children. Journal of Pediatrics, 161, 452-459. doi:10.1016/j.jpeds.2012.02.002

  • Shah, R., Copes, S. D., LaGasse, L. L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Arria, A.,… & Lester, B. M. (2012). Prenatal methamphetamine exposure and short-term maternal and infant medical outcomes. American Journal of Perinatology, 29, 391-400. doi:10.1055/s-0032-1304818

  • Newman, E. & Nelson, S.* (2012). Reporting resilience and recovery in the face of disaster: Research and training implications. Australian Journalism Review, 34(1), 17-33.

  • Zabaneh, R., Smith, L. M, LaGasse, L. L., DeRauf, C., Newman, E, Shah, R.,…& Lester, B. M. (2012). The effects of prenatal methamphetamine exposure on childhood growth patterns from birth to three years of age. American Journal of Perinatology, 29, 203-10. doi:10.1055/s-0031-1285094

  • Book Review: Jody Santos Daring to Feel: Violence, the News Media, and their Emotions New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 91 pp. ISBN 978 0 07391 2529 8. (2011), 12, 372-374.
  • Book Review: Jody Santos Daring to Feel: Violence, the News Media, and their Emotions New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 91 pp. ISBN 978 0 07391 2529 8. (2011), 12, 372-374.
  • Book Review: Jody Santos Daring to Feel: Violence, the News Media, and their Emotions New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 91 pp. ISBN 978 0 07391 2529 8. (2011), 12, 372-374.
  • Book Review: Jody Santos Daring to Feel: Violence, the News Media, and their Emotions New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 91 pp. ISBN 978 0 07391 2529 8. (2011), 12, 372-374.
  • Newman, E. (2011). Book Review: Jody Santos Daring to Feel: Violence, the News Media, and their Emotions New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 91 pp. ISBN 978 0 07391 2529 8, 12, 372-374.
  • Derauf, C., LaGasse, L. L., Smith, L., Newman, E., Rizwan, S., Arria, A.,…& Lester, B. M. (2011). Infant temperament and high risk parenting relate to behavior problems and language in toddlers at high social risk. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 32, 125-135. doi:10.1097/DBP.0b013e31820839d7

  • Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Haning, W., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Strauss, A., & Della Grotta, S. (2011). Motor and cognitive outcomes through three years of age in children exposed to prenatal methamphetamine, 33, 176-184.
  • LaGasse, L., Wouldes, T., Newman, E., Smith, L., Shah, R., Derauf, C., Huestis, M., Arria, A., Della Grotta, S., & Wilcox, T. (2011). Prenatal methamphetamine exposure and neonatal neurobehavioral outcome in the USA and New Zealand, 33, 166-175.
  • Clark, J., & Walker, R. (2011). Research ethics in victimization studies: Widening the lens, 17, 1489-1508.
  • DePrince, A., & Newman, E. (2011). Special issue editorial: The art and science of trauma-focused training and education.
  • Newman, E. (2011). Teaching clinical psychology graduate students about traumatic stress studies. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 3, 235-242. doi:10.1037/a0024476

  • Research ethics in victimization studies: widening the lens. (2011), 17, 1536-48; discussion 1549.
  • Smith, R., Newman, E., & Drevo, S. (2009). Covering trauma: impact on journalists.
  • Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. (2009). Overview of research addressing ethical dimensions of participation in traumatic stress studies: Autonomy and beneficence. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 22, 595-602. doi:10.1002/jts.20465

  • Newman, E., & Davis, J.L. (2008). Acute interventions for trauma-related problems. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 21 , 501-502.

  • Rippy, A.*, & Newman, E. (2008) Adaptation of a scale of race related stress for use with Muslim Americans. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 3, 53-68. doi:10.1080/15564900802035292

  • Harrington, T*. & Newman, E. (2007). Evaluating post-traumatic stress disorder among treatment engaged substance abusing women. Addictive Behaviors, 32, 2788–2798.

  • Newman, E. (2007). Summary of empirical questions pertaining to trauma research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 2, 57-59. doi:10.1525/jer.2007.2.1.57

  • Harrington, T., & Newman, E. (2007). The psychometric utility of two self-report measures of PTSD among women substance users, 32, 2788-2798.
  • Newman, E., Risch, E., & Kassam-Adams, N. (2006). Ethical issues in trauma-related research: A review, 1, 29-46.
  • Razmus, I., Wilson, D. Smith, R*., & Newman, E. (2006) Falls in hospitalized children. Pediatric Nursing, 32, 568-573.

  • Newman, E., & Shapiro, B. (2006). Helping journalists who cover humanitarian Crises, 4, 131-39.
  • Rippy, A*., & Newman, E. (2006). Perceived religious discrimination and its relationship to anxiety and paranoia among Muslim Americans. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 1, 5-20. doi:10.1080/15564900600654351

  • Chaffin, M., Hanson, R., Saunders, B. E., Nichols, T., Barnett, T., Zeanah, C., Berliner, L., Egeland, B., Newman, E., Lyon, T., Letourneau, E., & Miller-Perrin, C. (2006). Report of the APSAC task force on attachment therapy, reactive attachment disorder, and attachment problems. Child Maltreatment, 11, 76-89. (this article won the 2007 annual outstanding article award at APSAC and the 2008 Pro Humanitate Award)

  • Kassam-Adams, N., & Newman, E. (2005). Child and parent reactions to participation in research following pediatric traumatic injury. General Hospital Psychiatry, 27, 29-35. doi:10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2004.08.007

  • Ciechanowski, P., Walker, E., Russo, J., Newman, E., & Katon, W. (2004). Adult health status of women HMO members with posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms, 26, 261-268.
  • Newman, E., Weathers, F., Nader, K., Kaloupek, D., Pynoos, R., & Blake, D. (2004). Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for Children and Adolescents (CAPS-CA).
  • Walker, E., Newman, E., & Koss, M. (2004). Costs and health care utilization associated with traumatic experiences.
  • Newman, E. (2004). Narrative, gender, and recovery from childhood sexual abuse, 23-41.
  • Keane, T., Street, A., & Stafford, J. (2004). The assessment of military-related PTSD, 262-285.
  • Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. (2004). The risks and benefits of participating in trauma-focused research studies. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 17, 383-394.

  • Silver, M. (2003). Book Review: Book Review, 17, 353-356.
  • Carlson, E. B., Newman, E., Daniels, J. W., Armstrong, J., Roth, D., & Loewenstein, R. (2003). Distress in response to and perceived usefulness of trauma research interviews. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 4, 131-142. doi:10.1300/J229v04n02_08

  • Walker, E. A., Katon, W., Russo, J., Ciechanowski, P., Newman, E., & Wagner, A. W. (2003). Health care costs associated with posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in women. Archives of General Psychiatry, 60, 369-374.

  • Pyevich, C., Newman, E., & Daleiden, E. (2003). The relationship among cognitive schemas, job-related traumatic exposure, and posttraumatic stress disorder in journalists, 16, 325-328.
  • Newman, E., Simpson, R., & Handschuh, D. (2003). Trauma exposure and post-traumatic stress disorder among photojournalists. Visual Communication Quarterly, 10(1), 4-13. doi:10.1080/15551390309363497

  • Winston, F., Kassam-Adams, N., Vivarelli-O’Neill, C., Ford, J., Newman, E., Baxt, C., Stafford, P., & Cnaan, A. (2002). Acute stress disorder symptoms in children and their parents after pediatric traffic injury, 109, e90–e90.
  • Newman, E. (2002). Assessment of PTSD and trauma exposure in adolescents. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, 6(1), 59-77. [Also concurrent publication in a book R. Greenwald (Ed.) Trauma and Juvenile Delinquency: Theory, Research, and Interventions, Haworth Press].

  • Newman, E. (2002). FACING ADVERSITY, 316.
  • Kassam-Adams, N., & Newman, E. (2002). The reactions to research participation questionnaires for children and for parents (RRPQ-C and RRPQ-P). General Hospital Psychiatry, 24, 336-342.

  • Walker, E. A., Newman, E., Dobie, D .J., Ciechanowski, P., & Katon, W. (2002). Validation of the PTSD checklist in an HMO sample of women. General Hospital Psychiatry, 24, 375-380.

  • Newman, E., Willard, T., Sinclair, R., & Kaloupek, D. (2001). Empirically supported ethical research practice: The costs and benefits of research from the participants’ view, 8, 309-329.
  • Newman, E, Willard, T.*, Sinclair, R., & Kaloupek, D. (2001). The costs and benefits of research from the participants’ view: The path to empirically informed research practice. Accountability in Research, 8, 27-47.

  • Basso, M. R. & Newman, E. (2000) A Primer of closed head injury sequelae in post traumatic stress disorder. Journal of Personal and Interpersonal Loss, 5, 125-147. [Also reprinted as a book chapter in J. Harvey & B. G. Pauwels (Eds.) Post Traumatic Stress Theory Research and Application, 2000 pp. 26-48, Philadelphia, PA: Taylor Francis].

  • Newman, E.; Christopher, S. R.*, & Berry, J .O. (2000). Developmental disabilities, trauma exposure, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Trauma Violence & Abuse, 1, 154-170. doi:10.1177/1524838000001002003

  • Erwin, B. A., Newman, E., McMackin, R. A., Morrissey, C. & Kaloupek, D. G. (2000). Malevolent environmental factors, traumatic life events, and PTSD among criminally involved adolescents. Criminal Justice and Behavior. 27, 196-215. doi:10.1177/00938548000027002004

  • Erwin, B., Newman, E., McMackin, R., Morrissey, C., & Kaloupek, D. (2000). PTSD, malevolent environment, and criminality among criminally involved male adolescents, 27, 196-215.
  • Newman, E., Walker, E. A., & Gefland, A. (1999). Assessing the ethical costs and benefits of trauma-focused research. General Hospital Psychiatry, 21, 1-10. doi:10.1016/S0163-8343(99)00011-0

  • Newman, E. (1999). Ethical issues in teaching about violence against women. Women Studies Quarterly, 27(1-2), 197-202.

  • Wyn, J. (1999). Sexualities and schools.
  • McMackin, R., Morrissey, C., Newman, E., Erwin, B.*, & Daley, M. (1998). Perpetrator and Victim: Understanding and managing the traumatized young offender. Corrections Management Quarterly, 2, 36-45.

  • Roth, S., Newman, E., Pelcovitz, D., Van Der Kolk, B., & Mandel, F. (1997). Complex PTSD in victims exposed to sexual and physical abuse: Results from the DSM-IV field trial for posttraumatic stress disorder, 10, 539-555.
  • Roth, S, Newman, E., Pelcovitz D., van der Kolk B. A., & Mandel, F. S. (1997). Complex PTSD in victims exposed to sexual and/or physical abuse: Results from the DSM-IV field trial for posttraumatic stress disorder. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 10, 539-556.

  • Walker, E. A., Newman, E., Koss, M., & Bernstein, D. (1997). Does the study of victimization revictimize research participants? General Hospital Psychiatry, 19, 403-410. doi:10.1016/S0163-8343(97)00061-3

  • Walker, E., Newman, E., Koss, M., & Bernstein, D. (1997). Does the study of victimization revictimize the victims?, 19, 403-410.
  • Newman, E., Riggs, D., & Roth, S. (1997). Thematic resolution, PTSD, and complex PTSD: The relationship between meaning and trauma-related diagnoses. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 10, 197-213.

  • Newman, E., Kaloupek, D., & Keane, T. (1996). Assessment of posttraumatic stress disorder in clinical and research settings.
  • Solomon, S., Keane, T., Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. (1996). Choosing self-report measures and structured interviews.
  • Nader, K., Kriegler, J., Blake, D., Pynoos, R., Newman, E., & Weather, F. (1996). Clinician administered PTSD scale, child and adolescent version.
  • Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. (1996). Seasonal pattern of posttraumatic stress disorder admissions, 37, 305.
  • Lebowitz, L., & Newman, E. (1996). The role of cognitive-affective themes in the assessment and treatment of trauma reactions. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy: An International Journal of Theory and Practice, 3, 196-207. doi:10.1002/(SICI)1099-0879(199609)3:3<19

  • Newman, E., Orsillo, S., Herman, D., Niles, B., & Litz, B. (1995). Clinical presentation of disorders of extreme stress in combat veterans.
  • Newman, E. (1995). Counselling for post-traumatic stress disorder. By Michael J. Scott & Stephen C. Stradling. Newbury Park: Sage Publications Inc., 1992. 192 pages. Hardcover: 39.95,softcover: 17.95, 8, 192-194.
  • Newman, E., Orsillo, S.M., Herman, D. S., Niles, B. L., & Litz, B. (1995). The clinical presentation of disorders of extreme stress in combat veterans. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 183, 664-668.

  • Counselling for post-traumatic stress disorder. By Michael J. Scott & Stephen C. Stradling. Newbury Park: Sage Publications Inc., 1992. 192 pages. Hardcover: 39.95,softcover: 17.95. (1995), 8, 192-194.
  • Counselling for post-traumatic stress disorder. By Michael J. Scott & Stephen C. Stradling. Newbury Park: Sage Publications Inc., 1992. 192 pages. Hardcover: 39.95,softcover: 17.95. (1995), 8, 192-194.
  • Krinsley, K., Weathers, F., Vielhauer, M., Newman, E., Walker, E., & Young, L. (1994). Evaluation of Lifetime Stressors (ELS).
  • Fisher, E. B., Jr., Bishop, D. B., Levitt-Gilmour, T., Cappello, M. T., Ashenberg, Z., & Newman, E. (1994). Social support in worksite smoking cessation: Qualitative analysis of the EASE Project. American Journal of Health Promotion, 9, 39-75.

  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1993). The process of coping with incest for adult survivors. The Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 8, 366-377. doi:10.1177/088626093008003005

  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1993). The process of coping with incest for adult survivors: Measurement and implications for treatment and research, 8, 363-377.
  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1992). The role of helplessness in the recovery process for sexual trauma survivors. Canadian Journal of Behaviour Science, 24, 220-232. doi:10.1037/h0078712

  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1991). The process of coping with sexual trauma, 4, 279-297.
  • Davidson, J., Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1991). Fluoxetine in post traumatic stress disorder. The Journal of Traumatic Stress, 4, 419-424.

  • Newman, E. (1991). The process of coping with sexual trauma, 4, 279 -297.
  • Cook, J., Simiola, V., & Newman, E. (in press) Competencies needed and training issues involved for therapists who treat clients with PTSD and other posttraumatic conditions. Psychotherapy.

  • Pfefferbaum , B., Nitiema, P., & Newman, E. Is viewing mass trauma television coverage associated with trauma reactions in adults and youth? A meta-analytic review.
  • *Miller, K.E., *Cranston, C.C., Davis, J.L., Newman, E., & Resnick, H. (in press).Psychological outcomes following a sexual assault video intervention: A randomized trial. Journal of Forensic Nursing .

Book Chapters

  • Howe, E. G. & Newman, E. (2017). Ethical issues in disaster psychiatry. In R. J Ursano, 7& C.S. Fullerton (Eds) Textbook of Disaster Psychiatry ( pp 314-324. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press

  • Newman, E., Tabke, C., & Pfefferbaum, B. (2016). Ethical Conduct of Research in the Aftermath of Mass Shootings. In The Wiley Handbook of the Psychology of Mass Shootings (pp. 372-387). John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781119048015.ch20
  • Online abuse of women journalists: Toward an evidence-based approach to prevention and intervention. (2016). In New Challenges to Freedom of Expression: Countering Online Abuse of Female Journalists (pp. 47–52). Office of the Representative on Freedom of the Media, Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
  • Davis, J.L., Newman, E., & *Pruiksma, K. (2009). Cognitive restructuring. In A. Rubin, & D.Springer (Eds.) Clinician’s guide to evidence-based practice series: Treatment of traumatized adults and children. Hoboken, NY: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

  • Newman, E., Shapiro, B., & Nelson, S.* (2009). Journalism and media during disasters. In Y. Neria, S. Galea & F. Norris (Eds.), Mental health consequences of disaster (pp. 291-301). New York: Cambridge Press.

  • Newman, E., Davis, J.L., & *Kennedy, S. (2006). Journalism and the public during catastrophes. In Y. Neria, R.Gross, R. Marshall, & E. Susser (Eds.), 9-11: Mental Health in the Wake of Terrorist Attacks (pp. 178-196). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

  • Wolpaw, J. M., Ford, J. D., Newman, E., Davis, J. L., & Briere, J. (2005). Trauma Symptom Checklist for Children. In T. Grisso, G. Vincent, & D. Seagrave (Eds.), Handbook of Mental Health Screening and Assessment for Juvenile Justice (pp. 152-165). New York: Guilford Publications, Inc.

  • Newman, E. (2004). Narrative, gender and recovery from childhood abuse. In L. J. Parks, C. L. Winkelman, & C. Shearer-Cremean (Eds.), Survivor rhetoric: Negotiations and narrativity in abused women’s language (pp.23-41). Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press.

  • Newman, E. (2001). The bridge between sorrow and knowledge: Journalists and traumatic stress. In Y. Danieli (Eds.), Sharing the front line and the back hills: International interveners: Peace keepers, humanitarian Aid workers and the media in the midst of crisis (pp. 305- 315). United Nations: Baywood Publishing Company, Inc.

  • Niles, B. L., Newman, E., & Fisher, L. (1999). Obstacles to assessment of PTSD in longitudinal research. In A. Shalev, R. Yehuda, & A. C. McFarlane (Eds.), International handbook of human response to trauma (pp 213-222). New York: Plenum Press.

  • Niles, B. L., Newman, E., Fisher, L. M., Erwin, B. M., Kaloupek, D. G., & Keane, T. M. (1999). Stability and fluctuation of veterans reports of combat exposure. In L. M. Williams and V. Banyard (Eds.), Trauma and memory (pp. 311-317). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Press.

  • Newman, E., Kaloupek, D. G., Keane, T. M., & Folstein, S. (1997). Ethical decision making among trauma researchers. In G. K. Kantor and J. Jasinski (Eds.), Out of the darkness: Contemporary perspectives on family violence (pp. 271-281). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Press.

  • Newman, E., Kaloupek, D. G., Keane, T. M. (1996). Assessment of PTSD in clinical and research settings. In B. van der Kolk, A. C. McFarlane, B., & L. Weisaeth (Eds.), Traumatic stress: The effects of overwhelming experience on mind, body, and the society (pp. 242-275). New York: Guilford Press.

  • Keane, T. M., Newman, E., & Orsillo, S. M. (1996). Assessment of war-zone related PTSD. In J. P. Wilson & T. M. Keane (Eds.), Assessing psychological trauma and PTSD: A handbook for practitioners (pp. 267-290). New York: Guilford Press.

  • Solomon, S. D., Keane, T. M., Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. G. (1996). Choosing self-report measures and structured interviews for PTSD. In E. B. Carlson (Ed.), Trauma research methodology (pp.56-81). Lutherville, MD: Sidran Press.

  • Newman, E., & Ribbe, D. (1996). Psychometric review of the clinician administered PTSD scale for children. In B. H. Stamm (Ed.), Measurement of stress, trauma, and adaptation (pp.108-114). Lutherville, MD: Sidran Press.

  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1995). The process of coping with sexual trauma. In Psychotraumatology (p. 321-339). Springer, Boston, MA.
  • Shedd, S., Park, S., Newman, E., LaRocque, M., Hubler, A., Forrest, A., & Brock, G. (1992). The evolution and process of a successful feminist reading group. In J. O’Barr & M. Wyer (Eds.), Engaging feminism: classroom voices for the 1990s. Charlottesville, Virginia: University of Virginia Press.

  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1991). The process of coping with sexual trauma, 4, 279-297.

Newsletters

Blog Posts

  • Tiegreen, S., & Newman, E. (2008). How news is “framed.”

Instructor's Manuals

  • Newman, E., Weathers, F., Nader, K., Kaloupek, D., Pynoos, R., Blake, D., & Kriegler, J. (2004). Clinician Administered PTSD Scale for Children and Adolescent: Interviewer Guide. Western Psychological Services.
  • Weathers, F., Newman, E., Blake, D., Nagy, L., Schnurr, P., Kaloupek, D., Charney, D., & Keane, T. (2004). Clinician Administered PTSD Scale: Interviewer Guide. Western Psychological Services.

Conference Proceedings

  • Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Della Grotta, S., Dansereau, L., Neal, C., & Lester, B. (2016). Human Neurodevelopmental, Behavioral, and Growth Consequences of Exposure to Prenatal Methamphetamine and Alcohol. In NEUROTOXICOLOGY AND TERATOLOGY (Vol. 55, p. 66-66).
  • Kiblawi, Z., Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Arria, A., Huestis, M., DellaGrotta, S., & Abar, B. (2013). EARLY ADVERSITY AS A MEDIATOR OF THE EFFECTS OF PRENATAL METHAMPHETAMINE EXPOSURE ON NEUROBEHAVIORAL DISINHIBITION: RESULTS FROM THE INFANT DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT, AND LIFESTYLE STUDY. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE (Vol. 61, p. 134-134).
  • Moderators of intervention outcomes among children disaster survivors: a meta-analysis. (2013). In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTRAUMATOLOGY (Vol. 4).
  • The effects of occupational-related intimidation among journalists: a predictor of posttraumatic stress symptoms. (2013). In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTRAUMATOLOGY (Vol. 4).
  • Newman, E., Rees, G., & Ardino, V. (2013). Towards a trauma-informed listening: strategies for journalists and clinicians across different domains. In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTRAUMATOLOGY (Vol. 4).
  • Newman, E. (2011). Journalists and Trauma: Qualitative and Quantitive Approaches to Occupational Health. In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTRAUMATOLOGY (Vol. 2).
  • Kiblawi, Z., Smith, L., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Arria, A., Huestis, M., Haning, W., & Strauss, A. (2011). PRENATAL METHAMPHETAMINE USE AND NEONATAL AND INFANT NEUROBEHAVIORAL OUTCOME: RESULTS FROM THE INFANT DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENT, AND LIFESTYLE (IDEAL) STUDY. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE (Vol. 59, p. 172-172).
  • Nelson, S., & Newman, E. (2011). Trauma Exposure in Journalists: Predictors of PTSD and Occupational Functioning. In EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTRAUMATOLOGY (Vol. 2).
  • Tejani, Z., LaGasse, L., Derauf, C., Newman, E., Shah, R., Smith, L., Arria, A., Huestis, M., DellaGrotta, S., & Liu, J. (2008). Prenatal methamphetamine (MA) exposure and growth at 12, 24, and 36 months: preliminary results from the Infant Development, Environment, and Lifestyle (IDEAL) study. In JOURNAL OF INVESTIGATIVE MEDICINE (Vol. 56, p. 141-141).
  • Newman, E., McCoy, V., & Rhodes, A. (2001). Ethical research practice with human participants: Problems, pitfalls and beliefs of funded researchers. In Proceedings From the 2000 ORI Research Conference on Research Integrity.
  • Kassam-Adams, N., Newman, E., Vivarelli-O’Neill, C., & Simpson, E. (2001). Wednesday, October 24, 2001-12: 45 PM Abstract# 23380 Traumatic injury research: A systematic assessment of child and parent views of the research process. In The 129th Annual Meeting of APHA.
  • Wednesday, October 24, 2001-12: 45 PM Abstract# 23380 Traumatic injury research: A systematic assessment of child and parent views of the research process. (2001). In The 129th Annual Meeting of APHA.
  • Wednesday, October 24, 2001-12: 45 PM Abstract# 23380 Traumatic injury research: A systematic assessment of child and parent views of the research process. (2001). In The 129th Annual Meeting of APHA.
  • Wednesday, October 24, 2001-12: 45 PM Abstract# 23380 Traumatic injury research: A systematic assessment of child and parent views of the research process. (2001). In The 129th Annual Meeting of APHA.
  • Newman, E., Kaloupek, D., Keane, T., & Folstein, S. (1997). Ethical issues in trauma research: The evolution of an empirical model for decision making. In Internaitonal Family Violence Research Conference, Jul, 1995, Durham, NH, US.

Book Reviews

  • Balliett, N.*, & Newman, E. (2009). Review of handbook of PTSD: Science and practice, edited by M. J. Friedman, T. M. Keane, and P. A. Resick. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 10, 222-223.

  • Newman, E. (2000). Media review of Smyth “TAB-P Protocol: The Complete Home-Study Course in Cognitive-Behavioral Exposure-Based Psychotherapy for the Treatment Of PTSD” Traumatic Stresspoints 14(i), 12.

  • Newman, E. (1999) Book review of Saakvitne & Pearlman’s “Transforming the Pain”. Traumatic Stresspoints, 13(1), 8.

  • Newman, E. (1998). Book review of Mic Hunter’s “Child Survivors and Perpetrators of Sexual Abuse: Treatment Innovations”. Violence against Women, 5, 631-633.

  • Newman, E. (1997). Book review of M. Walker’s “Surviving Secrets”. Feminism and Psychology, 7, 376-377.

  • Newman, E. (1997). Book review of Sharon Lamb’s ‘The Trouble with Blame’. Feminism and Psychology, 7, 373-376.

  • Newman, E. (1995). Book Review of M.J. Scott’s and S.G. Stradling’s “Counselling for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”. The Journal of Traumatic Stress, 8, 192-194.

Other

  • Newman, E. (2012). Taking care: Psychological considerations when reporting on sexual violence. Investigative Reporters and Editors Journal, 19-20.

  • Cromer, L.D. & Newman, E. (2011). Commentary on “Research Ethics in Victimization Studies; Widening the lens.
    Violence Against Women, 17, 1536-1548. doi:10.1177/1077801211436365

  • Quick, B., et al., Gene markers in post-traumatic stress disorder. Abstracts of Papers, 239th ACS National Meeting, San Francisco, CA, United States, March 21-25, 2010, 2010: p. CHED-539.

  • Newman, E., & Shapiro, B. (2009). The National Center for PTSD celebrates a birthday. Traumatic Stresspoints, 23, 6-7.

  • Newman, E. (2008). Assessing trauma and its effects without distress: A guide to working with IRBs. Observer, 21(5).

  • Newman, E. (2008). Effects of trauma on journalists. In G. Reyes, J. D. Elhai, & J.D. Ford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of psychological trauma. Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.

  • Lester, B., Arria, A. M., Derauf, C., Grant, P., LaGasse, L., Newman, E., Shah, R. Z., Stewart, S., & Wouldes, T., (2006). Methamphetamine exposure: A rural early intervention challenge. Zero to Three, 26(4), 30-36.

  • Newman, E. (2006, 2007). Presidents Column, Traumatic Stresspoints. (Four columns in total)

  • Newman, E. (2005). Best practice parameters promote good practice and stimulates discussion within trauma community. Traumatic Stresspoints, 19(4), 5.

  • Kennedy, S.*, & Newman, E. (2005). ISTSS Membership Survey examines vicarious traumatization in researchers and clinicians. Traumatic Stresspoints, 19(1), 10.

  • Nadar, K., Newman, E., Kriegler, J., Blake, D., Pynoos, R., & Weathers, F. (2004). Clinician Administered PTSD Scale for Children and Adolescents for DSM-IV. Western Psychological Services.
  • Weathers, F., Newman, E., Blake, D., Nagy, L., Schnurr, P., Kaloupek, D., & Keane, T. (2004). Clinician-administered PTSD Scale:(CAPS). Western Psychological Services.
  • Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. (2003). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder among Criminally Involved Youth. Archives of General Psychiatry, 60, 849.

  • Newman, E. (2002). Psychologists at Ground Zero assess effects on journalists covering 9-11 attacks. Psychology International, 13, 2, 1, 4-5.

  • Newman, E., & Schleicher, D. (2001) Win-Win Situations: I/0 Graduate Students Learn Skills in Community and Non-profit Agencies. The Industrial/Organizational Psychologist, 38, 24-27.

  • Newman, E. (2001). Recently Published. Traumatic Stresspoints, 15(2), 10-11.

  • Newman, E. (2000). Recently Published. Traumatic Stresspoints, 14(4), 14-15.

  • Newman, E. (1999). Recently published. Traumatic Stresspoints, 13(3), 12; 13(2), 6.; 13(1), 6. (3 different columns)

  • Newman, E. (1999). Clinicians and Clients Receive Gift from Within. Traumatic Stresspoints, 13(3), 5, 11.

  • McCoy, V.*, & Newman, E. (1999). Traumatic StressPoints Survey Seeks Improvements. Traumatic Stresspoints, 13(3), 3.

  • Niles, B. L., Newman, E., & Fisher, L. M. (1998). Therapeutic follow-up in chronic PTSD: The challenges of assessment. National Center for PTSD Clinical Quarterly, 8(1), 6-10.

  • Newman, E., McMackin, R., Morrissey, C., & Erwin, B*. (1997). Addressing PTSD and trauma-related symptoms among criminally involved male adolescents. Traumatic Stresspoints, 11(1), 7.

  • Spiwak, F., Newman, E., Fuentes, A., & Espinel, Z. (1997). Treating families of kidnap victims: Presidential program for the defense of personality liberty. Traumatic Stresspoints, 11(2), 7.

  • Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D.G. (1996). Correspondence. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 37, 305.

  • Newman, E., & Kaloupek, D. (1996). Participants’ Reactions to Research Participation.
  • Thematic assessment measurement system. (1996).
  • Lifton, N., Newman, E., Lebowitz, L., & Roth, S. (1996). Thematic assessment measurement system.
  • Amaya-Jackson, L., McCarthy, G., Newman, E., & Cherney, M. (1995). Child PTSD Checklist.
  • Krinsley, K., Weathers, F., Vielhauer, M., Newman, E., Walker, E., Young, L., & Kimmerling, R. (1994). Evaluation of Lifetime Stressors Questionnaire and Interview.
  • Roth, S., & Newman, E. (1992). Coding Manual for Measuring the Process of Coping with Sexual Trauma.
  • Newman, E. (1992). The process of recovery in adult female survivors of childhood sexual abuse: schema, affect, and symptom change. Duke University.
  • Newman, J., Froude, W., & Harper, G. (1933). a Correspondence. Johns Hopkins Press.

Courses Taught

  • Dissertation Research
  • Teaching Psychology Seminar
  • Clinical Supervision and Program Consultation

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Society
  • Oklahoma Psychological Association
  • Massachusetts Psychological Association
  • National Communication Association
  • American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children
  • Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology Participant
  • Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy/Association for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
  • Investigative Reporters and Editors
  • Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
  • American Psychological Association

Awards & Honors

  • Oscar Parson’s Distinguished Lecturer Award
  • President’s Medal for Meritorious Service
  • Heart Award
  • Mentor Award
  • Medicine Wheel Award
  • APA Fellow Status, Division 56
  • Frank Ochberg Award for Media and Trauma Society
  • Henry Kendall of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Research Award
  • Shining Star Award
  • Community Service Council recognition Award