Psychological Sciences Faculty
Associate Professor, Clinical
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. & Schram, J. (2009). Cognitive behavioral interventions for partner abusive men. To appear in P. Lehmann (Ed.), Interventions for intimate partner violence: A strengths approach. NY: Springer.
Eckhardt, C. I., Holtzworth-Munroe, A., Norlander, B., Sibley, A., & Cahill, M. (2009). Readiness to change, Partner violence subtypes, and treatment outcomes among men in treatment for partner assault. In R. Maiuro & C. Murphy (Eds.), Motivational Interviewing and Stages of Change in Intimate Partner Violence. NY: Springer.
Murphy, C., Lynch, L., & Eckhardt, C. (2009). Individualized services and individual therapy for partner abuse perpetrators. To appear in O’Leary, D., & Woodin, E. (Eds.) Understanding Psychological and Physical Aggression in Couples: Existing Evidence and Clinical Implications, (pp. 211-232). Washington D.C.: APA.
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.