CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Leora N. Rosen, Ph.D.,

11309 Commonwealth Drive Apt T3,

Rockville, MD 20852

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Phone: (301) 770-2318

 

PRIVATE CONSULTANT specializing in the areas of violence and victimization, including intimate partner violence, children exposed to family violence, violence against women associated with the military, domestic violence and child abuse in the context of custody disputes.

 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS HELD:

 

Director of Social Science: Washington DC Office of Research Advancement, University of Southern California 9/2007 to 6/2010

Senior Social Science Analyst: National Institute of Justice 11/1998-9/2007

Social Science Analyst: Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Division of Neuropsychiatry, 8/1985 -11/1998.

Research Consultant: Group Operations Inc.: 7/82 to 8/85.

Research Assistant: Psychiatric Institutes of Washington, D.C.: 9/81 to 2/82.

Research Assistant: New York State Psychiatric Institute: Department of Child Psychiatry, 10/78 to 6/79; Lithium Clinic, 9/77 to 10/78

Lecturer: Department of Social Anthropology, Witwatersrand University, Johannesburg,

South Africa, 6/74 to 10/75

 

EDUCATION:

 

Matriculated January 1967: Waverley Girls' High School, Johannesburg, South Africa

Bachelor of Arts Majoring in Sociology and Social Anthropology: University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, January 1970

Doctor of Philosophy in Social Anthropology: University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, December, 1976.

Master of Public Health: Columbia University, School of Public Health, NY, NY, 1980.        

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS

 

Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa 1970-1972 for postgraduate studies

 

Defense Women's Health Research Program Grants 1994 to 1995:

 

  1. Integration of Women into Army Units: Impact of Sexual Harassment and Gender Bias (Principal Investigator)
  2. Women in the Military: Pregnancy, Command Climate, Organizational Behaviors And Outcomes (Co-Investigator)

 

AWARDS

 

Department of the Army Certificate of Customer Service Excellence, 1993

Department of the Army Certificate of Achievement, 1995

Department of the Army Superior Civilian Service Award, 1998

U.S. Department of Justice Special Acts Award, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003

 

REVIEWER FOR REFEREED JOURNALS

 

Armed Forces & Society

Human Organization

Journal of Marriage and the Family

Military Psychology

Psychiatry Research

Violence Against Women

Violence and Victims

Western Journal of Nursing

 

EDITORIAL BOARD MEMBER

 

Violence Against Women

 

DOCTORAL DISSERTATION EXTERNAL EXAMINER

 

University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa

 

DOCTORAL COMMITTEE BOARDS

 

1)         Linda Z. Moghadam: The reciprocal nature of work and family: Perceptions of the work/family interface and its impact on Army reenlistment behavior. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Maryland, Department of Sociology, 1990.

 

2)         Doris B. Durand: The role of the Army wife as Perceived by male officers and their wives: Is it a commitment to the "two-for-one" career pattern? Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Maryland, Department of Sociology, 1995.

 

3)         Elizabeth C. Hoover: The effects of supportive and undermining interactions upon soldiers' well-being: The mediating role of mastery. Ph.D. Dissertation, George Washington University, Columbian College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, January, 1995.

 

4)         Lee Martin: The social epidemiology of sexual and non-sexual traumatic experiences and their health consequences among U.S. Army soldiers. University of Maryland, Department of Sociology, July, 1998.

 

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

 

Books

 

            Rosen, L.N., & Etlin, M. (1996) The Hostage Child: Sex Abuse Allegations in Custody Disputes. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indianapolis, Indiana.

            Martin, J.A., Rosen, L.N., & Sparacino, L. (Eds.) (2000) The Military Family: A Practice Guide for Human Service Providers. Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport, Connecticut.

 

Special Issue Journal Editor

 

            Rosen, L.N. & Hansen, C. (Eds.) (2003). Special Issue: Violence Against Women Associated With the Military, Part 1: Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women 9(9).

            Zorza, J. & Rosen, L.N. (Eds.) (2005). Special Issue: Child Custody and Domestic Violence. Violence Against Women, 11(8).

            Rosen, L.N. & Hansen, C. (Eds.) (2007): Sexual Violence and the Military Violence Against Women 13(9)

 

Journal Articles and Book Chapters

 

1)       Rosen, L.N. (1972). An ideal typology of witchcraft beliefs and accusations. African Studies 31, 1:25-30.

2)       Rosen, L.N. (1973). Contagion and Cataclysm: A theoretical approach to the study of ritual pollution beliefs. African Studies 32, 4:229-246.

3)       Rosenthal, L.N. (1977). The definition of female sexuality and the status of women among the Gujarati-speaking Indians of Johannesburg. IN J.A.R. Blacking (ed.) The Anthropology of the Body. ASA Monograph 15, London, Academic Press.

4)       Rosenthal, N.E., Rosenthal, L.N., Stallone, F. et. al. (1979). Psychosis as a predictor of response to lithium maintenance treatment in bipolar affective disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders 1:237-245.

5)       Rosenthal, N.E., Rosenthal, L.N., Stallone, F., et. al. (1980). Towards a validation RDC schizoaffective disorder. Archives of General Psychiatry, 37:804-810.

6)       Kuyler, P.L., Rosenthal, L.N., Igel, G. et. al. (1981). Psychopathology among children of manic depressive patients. Biological Psychiatry 16, 2: 589-597.

7)       Rosen, L.N., Rosenthal, N.E., Dunner, D.L., & Fieve, R.R. (1983). Social functioning compared in psychotic and non-psychotic bipolar I patients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 171,5: 272-275.

8)       Targum, S.D., Rosen, L.N., & Cappodano, A.C. (1983). The dexamethasone suppression test in suicidal unipolar depressives. American Journal of Psychiatry 140,7: 877-879.

9)       Targum, S.D., Rosen, L.N., De Lisi, L.E. et.al. (1983). Cerebral ventricular size in major depressive disorder: associated with delusional symptoms. Biological Psychiatry 18, 3: 329-336.

10)       Targum, S.D., Rosen, L.N., & Citrin, C.M. (1983). Mild cerebral atrophy associated with delusional symptoms in depressed patients. Southern Medical Journal, 76, 8: 985-987.

11)      Rosen, L.N., Rosenthal, N.E., Van Dusen, P. et. al. (1983). Age of onset and psychotic symptomatology in bipolar I and schizoaffective disorder. American Journal of Psychiatry 140: 11-

12)      Rosen, L.N. (1988). Male adolescent initiation rituals: Whiting's hypothesis revisited. In L Bryce Boyer and SA Grolnick (eds.) The Psychoanalytic Study of Society, Vol 12, pp 131-155, New Jersey, Analytic Press.

13)      Rosen, L.N., Moghadam, L.Z. & Endicott, J. (1988). Psychosocial correlates of premenstrual depressive subtypes. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 77: 446-453.

14)      Rosen, L.N. & Moghadam, L.Z. (1988). Social support, family separation and well being among military wives. Behavioral Medicine, 14: 64-70.

15)      Rosen, L.N., Moghadam, L.Z., & Endicott, J. (1989). Psychiatric symptomatology across the menstrual cycle in women reporting high medium and low levels of premenstrual change. Military Medicine, 154, 2:62-63.

16)      Rosen, L.N., Moghadam, L.Z., & Vaitkus, M.A. (1989). The military family's influence on soldiers' personal morale. Military Psychology, 1(4):201-213.

17)      Rosen, L.N., Moghadam, L.Z. & Endicott, J. (1990). Relationship between premenstrual symptoms and general well being. Psychosomatics, 31(1): 47-54

18)      Rosen, L.N. & Moghadam, L.Z. (1989). Impact of military organization on social support patterns of Army wives. Human Organization, 48(3) 189-195.

19)      Rosen, L.N., Carpenter, C.J., & Moghadam, L.Z. (1989). Impact of military life stress on the quality of life of military wives. Military Medicine, 154; 3:116-120.

20)      Rosen, L.N., & Moghadam, L.Z. (1989). Can social supports be engineered? An example from the Army's Unit Manning System. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 19(15) part 1, 1292-1309.

21)      Rosen, L.N., Targum, S.D., Terman, M., Bryant, M.J., Hoffman, H., Kasper, S.F., Hamovit, J.R., Welch, B., & Rosenthal, N.E. (1990). Prevalence of seasonal affective disorder at four latitudes. Psychiatry Research, 31; 131-144.

22)      Rosen, L.N., Ickovicks, J., & Moghadam, L.Z. (1990). Employment and role satisfaction: Implications for the general well being of military wives. Psychology of Women Quarterly 14(3) 371-385.             

23)      Rosen, L.N., & Moghadam, L.Z. (1990). Matching the support to the stressor: Implications for the buffering hypothesis. Military Psychology, 2(4) 193-204.

24)      Rosen, L.N., & Moghadam, L.Z. (1991). Predictors of general well being among Army wives. Military Medicine 156, 357-361.

25)      Rosen, L.N., Livingstone, I., & Rosenthal, N.E. (1991). Multiple sclerosis and latitude: A new interpretation of an old association. Medical Hypotheses 36, 376-378.

26)      Rosen, L.N., & Rosenthal, N.E. (1991). Seasonal variations in mood and behavior in the general population: A factor analytic approach. Psychiatry Research 38, 271-283.

27)      Albert, P.S., Rosen, L.N., Alexander, R., & Rosenthal, N.E. (1991). The effect of daily variation in weather and sleep on seasonal affective disorder. Psychiatry Research 36, 51-63.

28)      Rosen, L.N., & Moghadam, L.Z. (1992). Patterns of seasonal change in mood and behavior: An example from a study of military wives. Military Medicine 156(5) 228-230.26

29)      Rosen, L.N., Moghadam, L.Z., & Bain, M. (1992). Health problems among Army children. Military Medicine 157(2) 85-88.

30)      Rosen, L.N., Teitelbaum, J.M., & Westhuis, D.J. (1993). Children's reactions to the Desert Storm Deployment: Initial findings from a survey of Army families. Military Medicine 158, 465-469.

31)      Rosen, L.N., Westhuis, D.J., & Teitelbaum J.M. (1993). Life events social supports and psychiatric symptoms among spouses of soldiers deployed to the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23:19, 1587-1593.

32)      Rosen, L.N., Westhuis, D.J., & Teitelbaum, J.M. (1994). Patterns of adaptation among Army wives during Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. Military Medicine 159, 43-47.

33)      Rosen L.N., Durand, D.B., Westhuis, D.J., Teitelbaum, J.M. (1995). Marital adjustment of Army spouses one year after Desert Storm. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 25:8, 677-692.

34)      Watanabe, H.K., Jensen, P.S., Rosen, L.N., Newby, J., Richters, J.E., & Cortes, R.M. (1995). Soldier functioning under chronic stress: Effects of family member illness. Military Medicine, 160, 457-461.

35)      Rosen, L.N., & Durand, D.B. (1995). Life events and symptomatic recovery of Army spouses following Operation Desert Storm, Behavioral Medicine, 21:3, 131-139

36)      Rosen, L.N., & Durand, D.B. (1995). The family factor and retention among married soldiers deployed to Operation Desert Storm. Military Psychology 7:4, 221-234.

37)      Rosen, L.N., Durand, D.B., Bliese, P.D., Halverson, R.R., Rothberg, J.P., & Harrison N.L. (1996). Cohesion and readiness in gender-integrated combat service support units: the impact of acceptance of women and gender ratio. Armed Forces & Society, 22, 537-553.

38)      Rosen, L.N., & Martin, L. (1996). The measurement of childhood trauma among male and female soldiers in the U.S. Army. Military Medicine, 161, 342-345.

39)      Rosen, L.N., & Martin, L. (1996). Impact of childhood abuse history on psychological symptoms among male and female soldiers in the U.S. Army. Child Abuse & Neglect, 20: 1151-1162.

40)      Rosen, L.N., Martin, L. (1996). Childhood antecedents of psychological adjustment to military life. Military Medicine, 161, 665-668.

41)      Evans, M.A. and Rosen, L.N. (1997) Demographic differences in pregnancy planning and the impact on psychological well-being, performance and turnover. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 2, 353-361.

42)      Rosen, L.N., & Martin, L. (1997) Sexual harassment, cohesion and combat readiness in mixed gender U.S. Army units. Armed Forces & Society, 24: 221-244.

43)     Rosen, L.N. & Martin, L. (1998) Effects of sexual harassment, appraisal of harassment and organizational climate on soldiers' psychological well-being. Military Medicine, 163: 63-67

44)      Rosen, L.N. & Martin, L. (1998) Long-term effects of childhood maltreatment history on gender-related personality characteristics. Child Abuse & Neglect, 22: 197-211

45)      Martin, L., Rosen, L.N., Durand, D.B., Knudson, K.H., & Stretch, R.H. (1998). Prevalence and timing of sexual assault in a sample of male and female U.S. Army soldiers. Military Medicine, 163: 213-216.

46)      Rosen, L.N. & Martin, L. (1998) Predictors of tolerance of sexual harassment among male U.S. Army soldiers. Violence Against Women, 4,491-504.

47)      Rosen, L.N., & Martin, L. (1998) Childhood maltreatment as a risk factor for sexual harassment among U.S. Army soldiers. Violence and Victims, 13, 269-286.

48)      Rosen, L.N., & Martin, L. (1998) Incidence and perceptions of sexual harassment in U.S. Army combat service support units. Military Psychology, 10, 239-257.

49)     Rosen, L.N., Bliese, P.D., Wright, K., & Gifford, R.K. (1999). Gender composition and group cohesion in Army units: A comparison of five studies. Armed Forces & Society, 25: 365-386.

50)      Rosen, L.N., Wright, K.W., Marlowe, D.H., Bartone, P., & Gifford, R.K. (1999). Gender differences in subjective distress due to anticipation of combat among U.S. Army soldiers deployed to the Persian Gulf during Operation Desert Storm. Military Medicine, 164:753-757.

51)      Rosen, L.N. Weber, J.P., & Martin, L. (2000) Gender-related personal attributes and psychological adjustment among U.S. Army soldiers. Military Medicine, 165:54-59.

52)      Evans, M.A. & Rosen, L.N. (2000) Demographic and psychosocial risk factors for preterm delivery in an active duty pregnant population. Military Medicine, 165:49-53.

53)      Martin, J.A., Rosen, L. N., & Sparacino, L., (2000) Introduction. In J.A. Martin, L.N. Rosen, & L. Sparacino (Eds.) pp xv-xix,  The Military Family: A Practice Guide for Human Service Providers. Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport, Connecticut.

54)      Rosen, L. N., Durand, D.B., (2000). Chapter 4: Coping with the unique demands of military family life. In J.A. Martin, L.N. Rosen, & L. Sparacino (Eds.) The Military Family: A Practice Guide for Human Service Providers. pp 55-72. Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport, Connecticut.

55)      Rosen, L.N., Durand, D.B., & Martin J.A. (2000). Chapter 8: Wartime stress and family adaptation. In   J.A. Martin, L.N. Rosen & L. Sparacino (Eds.) The Military Family: A Practice Guide for Human Service Providers. pp 123-138. Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport, Connecticut.

56)      Rosen, L.N., & Durand, D.B. (2000) Chapter 10: Marital adjustment during deployment. In J.A. Martin, L.N. Rosen, and L. Sparacino (Eds.) The Military Family: A Practice Guide for Human Service Providers. pp 153-165. Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport, Connecticut.

57)     Weber, J.P., Rosen, L.N., & Weissbrod, C. (2000) Gender based personality traits and military cohesion. Military Medicine, 165: iii; 297.

58)     Martin, L., Rosen, L.N., Durand, D.B., Knudson, K.H., & Stretch, R. (2000) Psychological and physical health effects of sexual assaults and non-sexual traumas among male and female U.S. Army soldiers. Behavioral Medicine, 26:23-33.

59)      Rosen, L.N., Martin, L. (2000). Personality characteristics that increase vulnerability to sexual harassment among U.S. Army soldiers. Military Medicine, 165:709-713.

60)     Rosen, L.N., Knudson, K.H., & Fancher, P. (2002). Prevalence of seasonal affective disorder among U.S. Army soldiers in Alaska. Military Medicine, 167: 7: 581-4.

61)     Rosen, L.N., Knudson, K. H., Brannen, S.J., Fancher, P, Killgore, T.E., & Barasich, G.G. (2002). Intimate partner violence among U.S. Army soldiers in Alaska: A comparison of reported rates and survey results. Military Medicine: 167, 8: 688-91

62)     Rosen, L.N., Knudson, K., Fancher, P., & Moore Parmley, A. (2002) Intimate partner violence among married male U.S. Army soldiers: Ethnicity as a factor in self-reported perpetration and victimization. Violence & Victims, 17, 607-622.

63)     Rosen, L.N., Knudson, K.H., & Fancher, P. (2002) Gender differences in the experience of intimate partner violence among active duty U.S. Army soldiers. Military Medicine.167:12.

64)     Rosen, L.N., Knudson, K.H., & Fancher, P. (2002) Self-reported intimate partner violence among single male U.S. Army soldiers. Military Medicine.

65)     Rosen, L.N., Knudson, K.H., Moore Parmley, A., & Fancher, P. (2003) Cohesion and the culture of hypermasculinity in U.S. Army units: Relationship to gender integration and family support. Armed Forces & Society, 29, 325-351.

66)     Rosen, L.N., Kaminski, R., Moore Parmley, A., Knudson, K.H., Fancher, P. (2003) The effects of peer group climate on intimate partner violence among married male U.S. Army soldiers. Violence Against Women, 9, 1045-1071.

67)     Rosen, L.N., & Hansen, C. (2003). Guest editors' introduction. In L.N. Rosen & C. Hansen (eds.) Violence Against Women Associated With the Military: Part 1: Intimate Partner Violence. Violence Against Women, 9, 1039-1044

68)   Rosen, L.N. & O'Sullivan, C.S. (2005) Outcomes of custody and visitation when fathers are restrained by protective orders: The case of the New York Family Courts. Violence Against Women, 11, 1054-1075.

69)     Zorza, J. & Rosen, L.N. (2005) Guest editors' introduction. Violence Against Women (Special Issue: Child Custody and Domestic Violence), 11, 983-989.

70)     Rosen, L.N. (2006) Origin and goals of the "Gender Symmetry" Workshop. Violence Against Women, 11, 997-102.

71)     Rosen, L.N. (2007) Rape rates and military personnel in the United States. Violence Against Women 13, 945-960

72)     Rosen, L.N. & Hansen, C. (2007) Guest editors' introduction. Violence Against Women (Special Issue: Sexual Assault and the Military) 13, 875-878

73)       Rosen, L.N. (Forthcoming) Sexual Harassment in the Military. In Edelson, J, & Renzetti C, (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

74)       Rosen, L.N., Dragiewicz, M., Gibbs, J.C. (2009). Fathers’ rights groups: Impact on custody policy and women’s safety. Violence Against Women, 15, 513-531

           

 

PANELS AND WORKSHOPS

 

            Police Responses to Violence Against Women. NIJ Conference. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, July 17-19, 2006. Washington, D.C.

Violence Against Latina Women. Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice. July 19-21, 2004. Washington, D.C.

            Family Court Bias: The Victimization of Women and their Children. 2003 NOW National Conference, (With Garland Waller, Diane Hofheimer and Eileen King. Crystal City, V.A.

            Custody and Visitation Decisions in Cases Involving Domestic Violence. Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice. July 24, 2002, Washington, D.C.

            Cross Cultural Issues in Intimate Partner Violence. Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation. National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice. July 23, 2001, Washington, D.C.

            Broadening Our Understanding of Violence Against Women Among Racial, Ethnic and Cultural Minorities. National Institute of Justice Workshop. Alexandria. VA, October 12, 2001.

            Gender Symmetry Workshop. National Institute of Justice Workshop, November 20, 2000, Arlington, V.A.

            International and Domestic Trafficking in Women and Children. Annual Conference on Criminal Justice Research and Evaluation, National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, June 16, 2000. Washington, D.C.                                                                                               

                                                                       

PAPER PRESENTATIONS

 

            Intimate Partner Violence: Definition and Measurement. 14th World Congress of the International Society of Criminology. August 9, 2005, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

            Structural factors that promote and moderate harassment at work. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Boston Massachusetts, and April 27, 1998

            Sexual harassment in the workplace. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Toronto, Canada, June 4, 1998.

            The relationship between combat effectiveness and negative masculinity. Paper at the Eastern Psychological Association Meeting, Co-Presenter with Jill Weber, & Carol Weissbrod: Boston M.A., March, 1998.

            Childhood trauma: Its relevance to mental health and substance abuse problems. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Mid-Atlantic Association for Community Health Centers, Ocean City Maryland, June18, 1996.  

            The family factor and retention among junior enlisted soldiers deployed for Operation Desert Storm. Paper presented at the 89th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Co-presenter with Doris Durand: Los Angeles, C.A., August 6, 1994.

            Marital adjustment of Army spouses following Operation Desert Storm. Poster presented at the Centennial Exhibition of the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Sternberg Auditorium, Walter Reed Medical Center, Washington, D.C. May 1993.

            Desert Storm spouses: Effects of stress and support. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Washington, D.C., May 1992.

            Stress mediators for Army spouses surveyed during Operation Desert Shield/Storm. Paper presented at the International Military Testing Association Conference, San Antonio, Texas, October 29, 1991.

BRIEFINGS

 

            Adaptation of Army spouses during Operation Desert Storm. Briefing for General Officers' Wives, Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Georgia, September 24, 1991.

            Impact of Army programs and informal support sources used during and after Operation Desert Storm. Briefing for Brigadier General Raymond Roe, Commander, U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center (CFSC), Alexandria, Virginia, November 17, 1992.

            Reunion following Operation Desert Storm: Marital adjustment and retention. Presentation to INSCOM Family Action Planning Conference, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, April 27, 1994.

            Impact of deployment on the well-being of Army spouses. Briefing for Carolyn H. Becraft, Assistant Secretary of Defense, Personnel, Support, Families and Education. Pentagon, February 24, 1994.

            Lessons learned from Operation Desert Storm regarding family well-being. Briefing for Brigadier General John G. Myer Jr., Commander U.S. Army Community and Family Support Center (CFSC), Alexandria, Virginia, February 1, 1994.

            Premenstrual symptoms among Army wives. Presentation to Department of Medical Psychology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland, January 6, 1988.

            Findings of the Unit Manning System Family Health Study. Presentation to the Family/Community In-Process Review Program, Solomon's Island, Maryland, March 1, 1988

                                                                                               

TECHNICAL REPORTS

 

            Rosen, L.N., and J. Fontaine, eds. Compendium of Research on Violence Against Women, 1993–2005.” Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice, Office of Research and Evaluation, 2006.

Evans, M.A. and Rosen, L.N. (1997). Women in the military: Pregnancy, command climate, organizational behavior and outcomes, Part II. Technical Report # HR96-001, Defense Women's Health Research Program, Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC), Fort Belvoir, V.A.

            Evans, M.A. and Rosen, L.N. (1996). Women in the military: pregnancy, command climate, organizational behaviors and outcomes, Part I. Washington, D.C.: Defense Technical Information Center (Rep. A308847).

            Rosen, L.N. & Moghadam, L.Z. The Unit Manning System Family Health Study. Technical Report, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Division of Neuropsychiatry, Washington, D.C. August 1988.

            Rosen, L.N. Stress and coping on the home front: Family adaptation during Operation Desert Storm. Technical Report. Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C., 1992.

            Rosen, L.N. and Martin, L. Integration of women into Army units: Impact of sexual harassment and gender bias. Technical Report for the Defense Women's Health Research Program, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, Washington, D.C. 20307, 1996

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