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Leila Dutton
Leila
B.
Dutton
Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Henry C. Lee College of Criminal Justice & Forensic Sciences
Criminal Justice
203-479-4540
STHC215
South Campus Hall
Academic Credentials

    Education

    Ph.D., University of Rhode Island, 2004
    M.S., Old Dominion University, 2000
    B.A., Siena College, 1990

    Recently Published Books and Articles

    Tamborra, T., Dutton, L. B., & Terry, K. (2014). Verbally coerced sex: How is it perceived when she does not say no? International Review of Victimology, 20(2), 227-241.

    Hines, D. A., Malley-Morrison, K., & Dutton, L. B. (December, 2012). Family Violence in the United States: Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse (2nd Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

    Dutton, L. B., & Winstead, B. A. (2011). Types, frequency, and effectiveness of responses to unwanted pursuit after relationship termination. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(6), 1129-1156.

    Derlega, V. J., Winstead, B. A., Pearson, M. R., Dutton, L. B., Ferrer, R., Janda, L. J., Lewis, R. J., & Greene, K. (2011). Unwanted pursuit in same-sex relationships: Effects of attachment styles, investment model variables, and sexual minority stressors. Partner Abuse, 2(3), 300-322.

    Spitzberg, B. A., Dutton, L. B., & Kim, C. W., (2010). The status of serial stalkers: Persons, processes, and palliatives. In Borgeson, K., & Kuehnle, K. (Eds.). Serial Offenders in Theory and Practice. Boston: Jones and Bartlett.

    Other

    Dr. Dutton's main research interests include testing theories to explain why people engage in unwanted pursuit and stalking as well as identifying effective victim responses to stalking.