Jessica Carney



Jessica Carney is a second year graduate student in the BRAVE Lab. Jess is interested in the effects of violence against women and children and interventions to mitigate the developmental impact of exposure to trauma and adversity early in life. She is  also interested in cross-cultural adaptations of interventions for individuals exposed to trauma and violence.



Recent publications:

Berke, D. S., Carney, J. R., & Lebowitz, L. (In Press). The role of anger in traumatic harm and recovery for sexual violence survivors. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation.

Howell, K. H., Miller-Graff, L. E., Gilliam, H. C., & Carney, J. R. (In Press). Factors related to parenting confidence among pregnant women experiencing intimate partner violence. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.

Berke, D. S., Carney, J. R., Rusowicz-Orazem, L., Kline, N. K., Grunthal, B., Yarvis, J. S., Peterson, A. L., Young-McCaughn, S., Foa, E. B., Resick, P. A., & Litz, B. T. for the STRONG STAR Consortium. (2021). Parameters of aggressive behavior in a treatment seeking sample of military personnel: A secondary analysis of three randomized controlled trials of evidence-based PTSD treatments. Behavior Therapy, 52(1), 136-148.

Yeterian, J., Berke, D. S., Carney, J. R., McIntyre-Smith, A., St. Cyr, K., King, L., Kline, N., Phelps, A., Litz, B. T., & Members of the Moral Injury Outcomes Project Consortium. (2019). Development of a moral injury outcomes scale: Rationale, study design, and preliminary findings. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 32(3), 363-372.