*All work prior to 1997 is under the name Susan Coleman.


Journal Articles


Mears, D., Carlson, M., Holden, G., & Harris, S. (2001).  Reducing domestic violence revictimization:  The effects of individual and contextual factors and type of intervention.  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16 (12), 1260-1283.


Harris, S., Dean, K., Holden, G., & Carlson, M. (2001).  Assessing police and victim reports of violence:  What is the relation?  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 16 (6), 602-609.


Holden, G., Miller, P., & Harris, S. (1999).  The instrumental side of corporal punishment:  Parents’ reported practices and outcome expectancies.  Journal of Marriage and the Family, 61(4), 908-919.


Carlson, M., Harris, S., & Holden, G. (1999).  Protective orders and domestic violence:  Risk factors for re-abuse.  Journal of Family Violence, 14(2), 205-225.


*Holden, G., Coleman, S., & Schmidt, K. (1995).  Why 3-year-old children get spanked:  Parent and child determinants as reported by college-educated mothers.  Merrill Palmer Quarterly, 41(4), 431-452.


*Holden, G., Ritchie, K., & Coleman, S. (1992).  The accuracy of maternal self-reports:  Agreement between reports on a computer simulation compared with observed behavior in the supermarket.  Early Development and Parenting, 1, 109-119.


Edited Book Chapters


Holden, G., Stein, J., Ritchie, K., Harris, S., & Jouriles, E. (1998).  The parenting behaviors and beliefs of battered women.  In G.W. Holden, R. Geffner, & E. Jouriles, (Eds.)  Children exposed to marital violence.  Washington, DC:  American Psychological Association. 


*Holden, G., & Coleman, S. (1992).  The measurement of child rearing:  Paradox and promise.  In J. Janssesn (Ed.), Child rearing and socio-moral development.  Lisse, The Netherlands:  Swets & Zeitlinger.


Teaching Publications


Dickson, K., & Harris, S. (1999).  Instructor’s manual to accompany Santrock’s life-span development (7th ed.).  Boston:  McGraw-Hill.


Publications in Progress


Harris, S., Weston, R., & Marshall, L.  Violence and health in low-income women.


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