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John Foubert's Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

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49.         Houston, M.L. & Foubert, J.D. (2024).  The relationship between internet addiction test scores and academic achievement.  Growth: The Journal of the Association of Christians in Student Development, 23(23), 24-42.  

48.         Foubert, J.D. & Mwavita, M., Hunger, K., Kao, W., & Pittman-Adkins, P. (2022). Prediction of bystander  intervention behavior in a sexual assault situation: The role of religiosity, empathy, and gratitude.  Dignity: A

Journal of Analysis of Exploitation and Violence, 7(1), Article 8. DOI: 10.23860/dignity.2022.07.01.08

47.        Foubert, J.D., Durham, A., Houston, M., Vanderwoerd, J. (2021).  Sexual violence at Christian and Secular Universities: Does institutional type matter?  Christian Higher Education, 20(4), 257-270.  DOI: 10.1080/15363759.2020.1806143

46.        Foubert, J.D., Clark-Taylor, A., & Wall, A. (2020).  Is campus rape a primarily a serial or single time problem? Evidence from a multi-campus study.  Violence Against Women. 26(3-4) 296–311.  


45.        Foubert, J.D. (2017). The public health harms of pornography: The brain, erectile dysfunction, and sexual violence.  Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence, 2(3), 6.


44.        Bannon, R.S. & Foubert, J.D. (2017). The bystander approach to sexual assault risk reduction: Effects on risk recognition, perceived self-efficacy, and protective behavior. Violence and Victims, 32 (1), 46-59.


43.        Foubert, J.D. & Bridges, A. J.  (2016). Predicting bystander efficacy and willingness to intervene in college men and women: The role of exposure to varying levels of violence in pornography. Violence Against Women.

42.        Foubert, J.D. & Bridges, A. J. (2016). What is the attraction? Understanding gender differences in

reasons for viewing pornography in relationship to bystander intervention.  Journal of Interpersonal

Violence, DOI: 10.1177/0886260515596538


41.        Carroll, M.H., Rosenstein, J.E., Foubert, J.D., Clark, M.D., & Korenman, L.M. (2016). Rape Myth Acceptance: A Comparison of Military Service Academy and Civilian Fraternity and Sorority Students.  Military Psychology, 28 (5) 306-317.


40.        Nunez, R. & Foubert, J.D. (2016). Understanding the meaning-making processes of Hispanic college students in their spiritual and religious development. Religion and Education 43(1), 19-40.


39.        Pittman, E.C., & Foubert, J.D. (2016). Predictors of professional identity development for student affairs professionals. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 53 (1), 13-25.


38.        Foubert, J.D., Brosi, M., Watson, A. & Fuqua, D.R. (2015). Precursors to and pathways through conversion: Catalytic experiences of born again Christian college students. Growth, 14, 2-15.


37.        Zacherman, A. & Foubert, J.D. (2014). Student engagement in extracurricular activities and academic performance: Exploring gender differences.  Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 51 (2), 157-169. 


36.        Masin, R.C. & Foubert, J.D. (2014). Effects of gender and Facebook use on the development of mature interpersonal relationships.  Journal of Student Affairs, 23, 51-58.


35.        Tatum, J.L., Foubert, J.D., Fuqua, D., & Ray, C. (2013). The relationship between college men’s religious preference and their level of moral development.  The College Student Affairs Journal, 31 (2), 101-110.


34.        Foubert, J.D. & Rizzo, A. (2013). Integrating religiosity and pornography use into the prediction of bystander efficacy and willingness to prevent sexual assault. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 41 (3), 242-251.


33.        Bannon, R.S., Brosi, M.W. & Foubert, J.D. (2013). Sorority women’s and fraternity men’s rape myth acceptance and bystander intervention attitudes.  Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 50(1), 72-87


32.        Foubert, J.D. & Masin, R.C. (2012).  Effects of The Men’s Program on U.S. Army soldiers’ intentions to commit and willingness to intervene to prevent rape: A pretest posttest study. Violence and Victims, 27 (6), 911-921.  


31.        Foubert, J.D., Watson, A., Brosi, M.W., & Fuqua, D.R. (2012).  Explaining the wind: How self-identified born again Christians define what “born again” means to them.  Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 31(3), 219-230


30.        Foubert, J.D., Brosi, M.W., & Bannon, R.S. (2011).  Pornography viewing among fraternity men:  Effects on bystander intervention, rape myth acceptance and behavioral intent to commit sexual assault.  Journal of Sex Addiction and Compulsivity, 18, 212-231.  *Most read article in the 20+ year history of this journal.


29.        Brosi, M.W., Foubert, J.D., Bannon, R.S., & Yandell, G. (2011).  Effects of women’s pornography use on bystander intervention in a sexual assault situation and rape myth acceptance.  Oracle: The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisers, 6(2), 26-35. 


28.        Foubert, J.D. (2011). Answering the questions of rape prevention research: A response to Tharp et al. (2011).  Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26, 3393-3402


27.        Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Foubert, J.D., Brasfield, H., Hill, B., & Shelley-Tremblay, S. (2011). The Men’s Program: Does it impact college men’s bystander efficacy and willingness to intervene? Violence Against Women, 17 (6), 743-759. 


26.        Craft, C.M., Foubert, J.D., & Lane, J.J. (2011). Integrating religious and professional identities: Christian faculty at public institutions of higher education. Religion and Education, 38 (2), 92-110. 


25.        Foubert, J.D., Tatum, J., & Godin, E. (2010). First-year male students’ perceptions of a rape prevention program seven months after their participation: Attitude and behavior changes. Journal of College Student Development, 51, 707-715. 


24.        Foubert, J.D., Godin, E., & Tatum, J. (2010). In their own words: Sophomore college men describe attitude and behavior changes resulting from a rape prevention program two years after their participation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 25, 2237-2257. 


23.        Foubert, J.D. & Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Brasfield, H., & Hill, B. (2010). Effects of a rape awareness program on college women: Increasing bystander efficacy and willingness to intervene. Journal of Community Psychology, 38, 813-827. 


22.        Fisler, J., Agati, H.A., Chance, S.M., Donahue, A.E., Donahue, G.A., Eickhoff, E.J., Gastler, S.E.,  Lowder, J.C. & Foubert, J.D. (2009). Keeping (or losing) the faith: Reflections on spiritual struggles and resolution by college seniors. College Student Affairs Journal, 27(2), 257-274. 


21.        Tatum, J.L. & Foubert, J.D. (2009). Rape myth acceptance, hypermasculinity, and SAT scores as correlates of moral development: Understanding sexually aggressive attitudes in first year college men. Journal of College Student Development, 50, 195-209. 


20.        Foubert, J.D., Newberry, J.T., & Tatum, J.L. (2007). Behavior differences seven months later: Effects of a rape prevention program on first-year men who join fraternities. The Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 44, 728-749. 


19.        Foubert, J.D. & Cremedy, B.J. (2007). Reactions of men of color to a commonly used rape prevention program: Attitude and predicted behavior changes. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 57, 137-144


18.        Garner, D.G. & Foubert, J.D. (2007).  Sexual assault survivors’ perceptions of campus judicial systems. Illinois Counseling Association Journal, 155, 3-18.


17.        Foubert, J.D. & Perry, B.C. (2007). Creating lasting attitude and behavior change in fraternity members and male student athletes: The qualitative impact of an empathy-based rape prevention program. Violence Against Women, 13, 70-86.  

16.        Foubert, J.D., Tatum, J.L., & Donahue, G.A. (2006). Reactions of first-year men to a rape prevention program: Attitude and predicted behavior changes. The Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 43, 578-598. 


15.        Foubert, J.D. & Newberry, J.T. (2006). Effects of two versions of an empathy-based rape prevention program on fraternity men’s rape survivor empathy, rape myth acceptance, likelihood of raping, and likelihood of committing sexual assault.  Journal of College Student Development, 47, 133-148. 


14.        Foubert, J.D., Garner, D.G., & Thaxter, P.J. (2006).  An exploration of fraternity culture: Implications for programs to address alcohol-related sexual assault. College Student Journal, 40, 361-373. 

13.        Foubert, J.D. & Grainger, L. (2006).  Effects of membership in clubs and organizations on the psychosocial development of first-year and senior college students.  The Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 43, 166-182. 

12.        Foubert, J.D., Garner, D., Golden, K., & Miller, K. (2006). Guiding principles for university crisis management in the age of elevated terrorist threats.  The Michigan Journal of College Student Development, 11, 11-16. 


11.        Foubert, J.D., Nixon, M., Sisson, V.S., & Barnes, A.C. (2005).  A longitudinal study of Chickering and Reisser’s vectors: Exploring gender differences and implications for refining the theory.  Journal of College Student Development, 46, 461-471. 


10.        Foubert, J.D. & Cowell, E.A. (2004).  Perceptions of a rape prevention program by fraternity men and male student athletes: Powerful effects and implications for changing behavior.  The Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 42, 1-20


9.          Foubert, J.D. & LaVoy, S.L. (2000).  A qualitative assessment of The Men’s Program: The impact of a rape prevention program on fraternity men.  The Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 38, 18-30. 


8.          Foubert, J.D. (2000).  The longitudinal effects of a rape-prevention program on fraternity men’s attitudes, behavioral intent, and behavior.  The Journal of American College Health, 48, 158-163. 


7.          Foubert, J.D., Boss, K.E., Ginther, A.M., & Komives, S.R. (2000).  Students living in substance free housing: Attitudes toward their residential experience and predictors of their satisfaction. The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 29 (1), 15-21.   


6.          Foubert, J.D. & McEwen, M.K. (1998). An all-male rape-prevention peer education program:  Decreasing fraternity men’s behavioral intent to rape.  The Journal of College Student Development, 39, 548-556


5.          Foubert, J.D., Tepper, R., & Morrison, D.R. (1998).  Predictors of student satisfaction in university residence halls.  The Journal of College and University Student Housing, 27(1), 41-46. 


4.          Herlocker, C.E., Allison, S.T., Foubert, J.D. & Beggan, J.K. (1997).  Intended and unintended overconsumption of physical, spacial, and temporal resources.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73, 992-1004.


3.          Foubert, J.D. & Marriott, K.A. (1997). Effects of a sexual assault peer education program on men's belief in rape myths. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 36, 257-266. 


2.          Foubert, J.D. & Sholley, B.K. (1996). Effects of gender, gender role, and individualized trust on self-disclosure. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 11, 277-288


1.          Foubert, J.D. & Marriott, K.A. (1996). Overcoming men's defensiveness toward sexual assault programs: Learning to help survivors. Journal of College Student Development, 37, 470-472.

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