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Lotus in Bloom

Select Peer-Reviewed Publications

Lab members' names are bolded.

Lathan, E.C., Selwyn, C.N., Gigler, M.E., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., & Gilmore, A.K. (in press). College students’ trust, betrayal, and needs during and after their worst non-assault-related health care experiences differ based on sexual violence exposure. Violence and Victims, 38(6), 858-878.​


Lathan, E.C., Haynes, T., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, R., Sonu, S.C., & Powers, A. (2023). Primary care providers’ knowledge, perceptions, and practice of trauma-informed care in a public healthcare setting. Family and Community Health46(4), 209-219.


Lathan, E.C., Britt, A., Ravi, M., Ash, M.J., McAfee, E., Wallace, S., Johnson II, C.B., Woods-Jaeger, B., Powers, A., & Michopoulos, V. (2023). When reproduction is no longer autonomous: Feeling respected by maternity care providers moderates the association between autonomy in decision making and birth-related PTSD symptoms in a community-based sample of pregnant Black women. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 24(4), 520-537.

Selwyn, C.N., Lathan, E.C., Platt, T., & Minchew, L. (2023). How healthcare providers reconcile bad things happening to good patients: The role of just world beliefs in attitudes toward trauma-informed care. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 24(5), 640-654.


Borgogna, N., Lathan, E.C., & Aita, S. (2022). Sexual and gender minority victimization: Differences in emotional, physical, and sexual assault across asexual, bisexual, demisexual, heterosexual, gay, lesbian, pansexual, queer, questioning, and gender non-conforming college students. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 38(7–8), 5613–5637.

Lathan, E.C., Koon-Magnin, S., Selwyn, C.N., Isaak, H., & Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. (2022). Rape myth acceptance and other barriers to formally reporting sexual assault among college students with and without sexual assault histories. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 38(9–10), 6773–6797.

Lathan, E.C., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Stefurak, J.T., Duncan, J., & Selwyn, C.N. (2021). Trauma-informed sexual assault investigations training: Lessons learned attempting to enhance understanding of trauma-informed sexual assault investigations and reduce rape myth beliefs and burnout among police officers. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, paab076.

Lathan, E.C., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Stefurak, J.T., & Duncan, J. (2021). Using collaborative, mixed-methods research to determine professional self-care’s relation to burnout among police officers at a Sexual Assault Kit Initiative site. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 36(3), 423-435.

Lathan, E.C., Selwyn, C.N., & Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. (2021). The “3 Es” of trauma-informed care in a federally qualified health center: Traumatic Event- and Experience-related predictors of physical and mental health Effects among female patients. Journal of Community Psychology, 49(2), 703-724.


Selwyn, C.N., & Lathan, E.C. (2021). Helping primary care patients heal holistically via trauma-informed care. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, 17(1), 84-86.


Lathan, E., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Duncan, J., & Stefurak, J.T. (2019). The Promise Initiative: Promoting a trauma-informed police response to sexual assault in a mid-size southern community. Journal of Community Psychology, 47(1), 1733-1749.

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