Oluwafunmilayo “Funmi” Ayeni is a graduate student in Ecological-Community Psychology PhD program at Michigan State University. She is broadly interested in global research on violence against women and children in developing countries to develop prevention and intervention models that will influence policy and practice. Specifically, she is interested in establishing strategic prevention and intervention programs that address the needs of underrepresented minorities in these health settings.
Doctoral Student Profile
Areas of interest
Allen, N.E., Larsen, S., Trotter, J.L., & Sullivan, C.M. (2013). Exploring the core components of an evidence-based community advocacy program for women with abusive partners. Journal of Community Psychology,41(1), 1-18.
Kennedy, A., Adams, A., Bybee, D., Campbell, R., Pimlott Kubiak, S., & Sullivan, C.M. (2012). A model of sexually and physically victimized women’s process of obtaining effective formal help over time: The role of social location, context, and interventions. American Journal of Community Psychology, 50(1), 217-228.
Sullivan, C.M. (2011). Evaluating domestic violence support service programs: Waste of time, necessary evil, or opportunity for growth? Journal of Aggression and Violent Behavior, 16, 354-360.
Sullivan, C.M., Baptista, I., O’Halloran, S., Okroj, L., Morton, S., & Stewart, C., (2008). Evaluating the effectiveness of women’s refuges: A multi-country approach to model development. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 32(2), 291-308.
Goodkind, J.R., Gillum, T.L., Bybee, D.I., & Sullivan, C.M. (2003). The impact of family and friends’ reactions on the well-being of women with abusive partners. Violence Against Women, 9(3), 347-373.
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