Banyard, V.L. Moynihan, M.M., & Plante, E.G. (2007) Sexual violence prevention through bystander education: An experimental evaluation. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 463-481.
Banyard, V.L. Plante, E., & Moynihan M. (2005). Rape Prevention Through Bystander Education: Bringing a Broader Community Perspective to Sexual Violence Prevention. Final report to NIJ for grant 2002-WG-BX-0009.
Hart, T. C., & Miethe, T. D. (2008). Exploring bystander presence and intervention in nonfatal violence victimization: When does helping really help? Violence and Victims
Latané, B., & Darley, J. M. (1968). Group Inhibition of Bystander Intervention in Emergencies.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
McMahon, S. (2010). Rape myth beliefs and bystander attitudes among incoming college students. Journal of American College Health, 59(1), 3-11
Moynihan, M.M. & Barnyard, V.L. (2008). Community responsibility for preventing sexual violence: A pilot study with campus Greeks and intercollegiate athletes. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 36, 23-38.
Berkowitz, A.D. (2004) Working with Men to Prevent Violence Against Women: An Overview (Parts One and Two)
More Alan Berkowitz articles
Casey, E. & Smith, T. (2010). “How can I not?”: Men’s pathways to involvement in anti-violence against women work. Violence Against Women, 16(8), 953-973.
Harris, F. (2010). College men’s meanings of masculinities and contextual influences: Toward a conceptual model. Journal of College Student Development, 51(3), 297-318.
Sexual Assault: What Colleges and Universities Are Doing About It
Walker, G.S. (2010). The evolution and limits of the title IX doctrine on peer sexual assault. Harvard Civil Rights- Civil Liberties Law Review, 45, 95-133.
Lee, D.S., Guy, L., Perry, B., Sniffen, C.K., & Mixon, S.A. (2007). Sexual Violence prevention. The Prevention Researcher, 14(2), 15-20.
Vladutiu, C.J., Martin, S.L, & Macy, R.J. (2010). College- or University-based sexual assault prevention programs: A review of program outcomes, characteristics, and recommendations. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse, 12(2), 67-86.
The basics of social marketing: How to use marketing to change behavior. From the Social Marketing National Excellence Collaborative.
National Cancer Institute (2001). Making Health Communication Programs Work: A Planner's Guide. Bethesda, MD: U.S. Department of Health & Human Services.
Potter, S.J., Moynihan, M.M., & Stapleton, J.G. (2011). Using social self-identification in social marketing materials aimed at reducing violence against women on campus. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26, 971-990.