Psychological Sciences Faculty
Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Training, Clinical Psychology
Department of Psychological Sciences
703 Third Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2081 USA
Psychological Sciences, Room 1242
Degree: Ph.D. Hofstra University, 1994
My general research interests involve the investigation of cognitive, affective, and behavioral risk factors that relate to intimate partner violence etiology and intervention.
Eckhardt, C. (2011). Intimate partner violence: Cognitive, affective, and relational factors. To appear in Forgas, J., Kruglanski, A., & Williams, K. (Eds.), Social conflict and aggression. Psychology Press.
Eckhardt, C. I., Samper, R., & Suhr, L., & Holtzworth-Munroe, A. (2012). Implicit attitudes towards violence among male perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27, 471-491.
Crane, C.*, & Eckhardt, C.I.* (2013). Negative affect, alcohol consumption, and female to-male intimate partner violence: A daily diary investigation. Partner Abuse, 4, 332-355.
Crane, C.*, & Eckhardt, C.I.* (2013). Evaluation of a single-session brief motivational enhancement intervention for partner abusive men. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 60, 180-187.
Eckhardt, C.I.,* Murphy, C.*, Whitaker, D., Sprunger, J., Dykstra, R., & Woodard, K. (2013). The effectiveness of intervention programs for perpetrators and victims of intimate partner violence: Findings from the Partner Abuse State of Knowledge Project. Partner Abuse, 4, 196-231.
Whitaker, D.*, Murphy, C., & Eckhardt, C.I., Hodges, A., & Cowart, M. (2013). Effectiveness of primary prevention efforts of intimate partner violence: A report for the Partner Abuse State of Knowledge Project. Partner Abuse, 4, 175-195.
Finkel, E.*, & Eckhardt, C.I.* (2013). Intimate partner violence. In J.A. Simpson & L. Campbell (Eds.) Handbook of close relationships (pp. 452-474). NY: Oxford.
Eckhardt, C. I.*, & Crane, C. (2014). Male perpetrators of intimate partner violence and implicit attitudes towards violence: Associations with treatment outcomes. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 38, 291-301.
LaMotte, A. D., Taft, C. T.*, Weatherill, R. P., Panuzio Scott, J., & Eckhardt, C. I. (2014). Examining intimate partner aggression assessment among returning veterans and their partners. Psychological Assessment, 26, 8-15.
Eckhardt, C. I.*, Murphy, C., & Sprunger, J. (2014). The effectiveness of intervention programs for perpetrators of intimate partner abuse. Psychiatric Times, 31 (8), 29-32.
Eckhardt, C. I.*, Crane, C.*, & Sprunger, J.* (2014). CBT for perpetrators of intimate partner violence: The “I3” approach. In Tafrate, R. C. & Mitchell, D. (Eds.) Forensic CBT: A practitioner’s guide. (pp. 187–210). NY: Wiley.
Eckhardt, C. I.*., & Sprunger, J. (2014). Treating perpetrators of intimate partner violence. In Walfish, S., & Grossman, L. (Eds.), Translating research into practice: A desk reference for practicing mental health professionals (pp. 443-446). NY: Springer.