Deborah Bybee
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Possible selves and academic outcomes: How and when possible selves impel action.
D Oyserman, D Bybee, K Terry
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (1), 188, 2006
Fidelity criteria: Development, measurement, and validation
C T MOWBRAY, MC Holter, GB Teague, D Bybee
The American Journal of Evaluation 24 (3), 315-340, 2003
Reducing violence using community-based advocacy for women with abusive partners.
CM Sullivan, DI Bybee
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 67 (1), 43, 1999
Possible selves as roadmaps
D Oyserman, D Bybee, K Terry, T Hart-Johnson
Journal of Research in personality 38 (2), 130-149, 2004
Development of the scale of economic abuse
AE Adams, CM Sullivan, D Bybee, MR Greeson
Violence against women 14 (5), 563-588, 2008
A possible selves intervention to enhance school involvement
D Oyserman, K Terry, D Bybee
Journal of adolescence 25 (3), 313-326, 2002
Racial‐ethnic identity in mid‐adolescence: Content and change as predictors of academic achievement
I Altschul, D Oyserman, D Bybee
Child development 77 (5), 1155-1169, 2006
Can racial identity be promotive of academic efficacy?
D Oyserman, K Harrison, D Bybee
International Journal of Behavioral Development 25 (4), 379-385, 2001
Cancer-related risk indicators and preventive screening behaviors among lesbians and bisexual women.
SD Cochran, VM Mays, D Bowen, S Gage, D Bybee, SJ Roberts, ...
American journal of public health 91 (4), 591, 2001
When ending the relationship does not end the violence: Women's experiences of violence by former partners
RE Fleury, CM Sullivan, DI Bybee
Violence against women 6 (12), 1363-1383, 2000
The co-occurrence of childhood sexual abuse, adult sexual assault, intimate partner violence, and sexual harassment: a mediational model of posttraumatic stress disorder and …
R Campbell, MR Greeson, D Bybee, S Raja
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 76 (2), 194, 2008
Main, mediating, and moderating effects of social support on the well-being of survivors of intimate partner violence across 2 years.
ML Beeble, D Bybee, CM Sullivan, AE Adams
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 77 (4), 718, 2009
The process through which an advocacy intervention resulted in positive change for battered women over time
DI Bybee, CM Sullivan
American journal of community psychology 30 (1), 103-132, 2002
The impact of family and friends’ reactions on the well-being of women with abusive partners
JR Goodkind, TL Gillum, DI Bybee, CM Sullivan
Violence against women 9 (3), 347-373, 2003
Predicting re-victimization of battered women 3 years after exiting a shelter program
D Bybee, CM Sullivan
American journal of community psychology 36, 85-96, 2005
The importance of spirituality in the lives of domestic violence survivors
TL Gillum, CM Sullivan, DI Bybee
Violence against women 12 (3), 240-250, 2006
Culturally Adapting an Evidence‐Based Parenting Intervention for L atino Immigrants: The Need to Integrate Fidelity and Cultural Relevance
JR Parra Cardona, M Domenech‐Rodriguez, M Forgatch, C Sullivan, ...
Family process 51 (1), 56-72, 2012
Beyond bruises and broken bones: The joint effects of stress and injuries on battered women's health
CA Sutherland, DI Bybee, CM Sullivan
American journal of community psychology 30, 609-636, 2002
Battered women’s multitude of needs: Evidence supporting the need for comprehensive advocacy
NE Allen, DI Bybee, CM Sullivan
Violence against women 10 (9), 1015-1035, 2004
The long-term effects of battering on women's health.
C Sutherland, D Bybee, C Sullivan
Women's health (Hillsdale, NJ) 4 (1), 41-70, 1998
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