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Valerie Rose Anderson
Title: Assistant Professor
Office: 650H TEACHER-DYER
Professor Anderson received her Ph.D. in community psychology from Michigan State University in 2015 and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Indiana University School of Medicine prior to joining the faculty in 2016. Her research focuses on the intersection of gender and the juvenile justice system and the system’s response to female offending. Her examination of female juvenile delinquency spans multiple ecological levels of analysis (e.g., individual, relational, environmental, socio-structural) and utilizes quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods approaches. Recently, Dr. Anderson has served as the principal investigator on an American Psychological Association (APA) funded public policy grant examining gender-responsive practices in the juvenile justice system. Her research is featured in a variety of criminal justice, public health, and psychology journals.
- Ph.D., Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2015 (Psychology).
- M.A., Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2012 (Psychology).
- B.S., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, 2009 (Psychology).
- (PI), VR Anderson and WS Davidson II, Gender-Responsivity in the Juvenile Justice System., Society for Community Research and Action (SCRA), Division 27 of the American Psychological Association (APA). 5,000. 01/01/2015 to 01/01/2016. Status: Completed.
- Anderson, V. R., Walerych, B., Campbell, N., Barnes, A., Davidson, W., Campbell, C., Onifade, E., & Petersen, J. (In Press). Gender-responsive intervention for female juvenile offenders: A quasi-experimental outcome evaluation. Feminist Criminology.
- Anderson, V. R., England, K., & Davidson, W. S. (In Press). Juvenile court practitioners’ construction of and response to sex trafficking of justice system involved girl. Victims & Offenders.
- Papp, J., Campbell, C., Onifade, E., Anderson, V., Davidson, W., & Foster, D. (2016). Youth drug offenders: An examination of criminogenic risk and juvenile recidivism. Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research, 1 (4), 229-245.
- Anderson, V. R., Davidson, W. S., Barnes, A. R., Campbell, C. A., Petersen, J. L., & Onifade, E. (2016). The differential predictive validity of the Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory: The role of gender. Psychology, Crime and Law, 22 (7), 666-677.
- Anderson, V. R., Barnes, A. R., Campbell, N. A., Campbell, C. A., Onifade, E., & Davidson, W. S. (2016). Gender and adolescents’ risk for recidivism in truancy court. Journal of Juvenile Justice, 5 (1), 93-110.
- Barnes, A. R., Campbell, N. A., Anderson, V. R., Campbell, C., Onifade, E., & Davidson, W. S. (2016). Validity of initial, exit, and dynamic juvenile risk assessment: An examination across gender and race/ethnicity. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 55 (1), 21-38.
- Onifade, E., Barnes, A., Campbell, C., Anderson, V., Petersen, J., & Davidson, W. (2014). Juvenile offenders and experiences of neglect: The validity of the YLS/CMI with dual-status youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 46, 112-119.
- Campbell, C., Onifade, E., Barnes, A., Petersen, J., Anderson, V., Davidson, W., & Gordon, D. (2014). Screening offenders: The exploration of a Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (YLS/CMI) brief screener. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 53 (1), 19-34.
- Anderson, V. R. (2015). Introduction to mixed methods approaches. In L. A. Jason & D. S. Glenwick (Eds.), Handbook of Methodological Approaches to Community-Based Research: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Mixed Methods (pp.233-241). New York, N.Y.: Oxford University Press.
- Anderson, V. R., & Feeney, H. L. (In Press). Girls and prostitution. In F. P. Bernat & K. Frailing (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Women and Crime Wiley-Blackwell.
- Anderson, V. R., & Javdani, S. (In Press). Physical health needs and treatment for female offenders returning to society. In L. Carter & C. Marcum (Eds.), Female Offenders and Reentry: Pathways and Barriers to Returning to Society Sage Publishing.
Experience & Service
- 07-2015 to 07-2016, Postdoctoral Fellow, Indiana University School of Medicine.
- 08-2016Assistant Professor, University of Cincinnati.