Richard Heyman, PhD
Dr. Heyman's current research interests are concentrated in five areas: emotion regulation in couples and its effect on risk for partner and child maltreatment; defining and assessing family maltreatment; innovative approaches to prevalence estimation of secretive problems; community-based prevention of secretive problems; the impact of partner violence and parent-child maltreatment on child development; and clinical assessment and treatment of relationship dissatisfaction and partner abuse.
- Research Professor, Department of Psychology, State University of New York Stony Brook
- PhD, 1992, University of Oregon, Clinical Psychology
- Slep, A. M. S., Heyman, R. E., Williams, M. C., Van Dyke, C. E., & O'Leary, S. G. (in press). Using random telephone sampling to recruit generalizable samples for family violence studies. Journal of Family Psychology.
- Heyman, R. E., & Slep, A. M. S. (in press). Creating and field-testing diagnostic criteria for partner and child maltreatment. Journal of Family Psychology.
- Heyman, R. E., & Slep, A. M. S. (2002). Do child abuse and interparental violence lead to adulthood family violence? Journal of Marriage and Family, 64, 864-870.
- Heyman, R. E., & Neidig, P. H. (1999). A comparison of partner abuse rates in U. S. Army and civilian representative samples. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 67, 239-242.
- Lawrence, E., Heyman, R. E., & O'Leary, K. D. (1995). Correspondence between telephone and written assessments of physical violence in marriage. Behavior Therapy, 26, 671-680.