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Ryan C. Shorey

Dr. Ryan Shorey

Assistant Professor

Psychology
Porter Hall 239
shorey@ohio.edu
740-597-3298

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Education

Ph.D. (2014) University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Predoctoral Internship (2013-2014) Charleston Consortium Psychology Internship (Medical University of South Carolina and Ralph H. Johnson VAMC)

Research

Research Areas

  • Clinical Psychology

Dr. Shorey is accepting new graduate students.

Research Interests

Dr. Shorey's research program has two main areas of focus: (1) research on risk factors for, and consequences of, intimate partner violence (IPV) and (2) research on substance use disorders and treatment. In addition, his research integrates these two lines of research to examine substance-related IPV and whether treatment of substance use reduces the occurrence of IPV and sexual assault. Shorey's overall goal with these lines of research are to gain a clearer understanding of how to develop and implement prevention and intervention programs aimed at reducing IPV, sexual assault, and substance use disorders. Moreover, his research program aims to explore these areas of focus in diverse and underrepresented populations.

Current studies in Shorey's laboratory include (1) examining genotypic and phenotypic moderators of the temporal association between alcohol use and dating violence among young adult couples, (2) integrating alcohol interventions into bystander and social norms interventions to improve sexual assault outcomes, (3) examination of longitudinal predictors of teen dating violence, and (4) the use of mindfulness-based programs for enhancing substance use treatment outcomes.

Publications (Most recent; *student author)

Shorey, R. C., Wymbs, B., Torres, L., Cohen, J. R., Fite, P. J., & Temple, J. R. (In press). Does change in perceptions of peer teen dating violence predict change in teen dating violence perpetration over time? Aggressive Behavior.

Gawrysiak, M. J., Grassetti, S. N., Shorey, R. C., Greeson, J. M., Mackay, H. B., & Baime, M. J. (In press). The many facets of mindfulness and the prediction of change during mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). Journal of Clinical Psychology.

*Brem, M. J., *Florimbio, A. R., *Grigorian, H., *Wolford-Clevenger, C., *Elmquist, J., Shorey, R. C., Rothman, E. F., Temple, J. R., & Stuart, G. L. (In press). Prevalence and frequency of cyber abuse among men arrested for domestic violence: Relations to alcohol problems and intimate partner violence. Psychology of Violence.

*Brem, M. J., Shorey, R. C., Anderson, S., & Stuart, G. L. (In press). Dispositional mindfulness and compulsive sexual behavior among women in residential treatment for substance use disorders. Mindfulness.

*Brem, M. J., *Florimbio, A. R., *Elmquist, J., Shorey, R. C., & Stuart, G. L. (In press). Antisocial traits, distress tolerance, and alcohol problems as predictors of intimate partner violence in men arrested for domestic violence. Psychology of Violence.

*Haynes, E. E., *Strauss, C. V., Stuart, G. L., & Shorey, R. C. (In press). Drinking motives as a moderator of the relationship between dating violence victimization and alcohol problems. Violence Against Women.

*Strauss, C.V., Cornelius, T.L., & Shorey, R.C. (In press). Stalking perpetration in dating relationships: The role of anger management and emotion regulation. Partner Abuse.

*Strauss, C. V., *Haynes, E. E., Shorey, R. C., & Cornelius, T. L. (In press). Stalking victimization and substance use in college dating relationships: An exploratory analysis. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Shorey, R. C., *Elmquist, J., Gawrysiak, M. J., *Strauss, C., *Haynes, E., Anderson, S., & Stuart, G. L. (2017). A randomized controlled trial of a mindfulness and acceptance group therapy for residential substance use patients. Substance Use & Misuse, 52, 1400-1410.

Shorey, R. C., Gawrysiak, M. J., *Elmquist, J., *Brem, M. J., Anderson, S., & Stuart, G. L. (2017). Experiential avoidance, distress tolerance, and substance use cravings among adults in residential treatment for substance use disorders. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 36, 151-157.

Shorey, R. C., McNulty, J. K., Moore, T. M., & Stuart, G. L. (2017). Trait anger and partner-specific anger management moderate the temporal association between alcohol use and dating violence. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 78, 313-318.

Shorey, R. C., *Strauss, C., *Elmquist, J., Anderson, S., Cornelius, T. L., & Stuart, G. L. (2017). Distress tolerance and intimate partner violence among men in substance use treatment. Journal of Family Violence, 32, 317-324.

Cohen, J. R., Menon, S. V., Shorey, R. C., Le, V. D., & Temple, J. R. (2017). The distal consequences of physical and emotional neglect in emerging adults: A person-centered, multi-wave, longitudinal study. Child Abuse & Neglect, 63, 151-161.

Shorey, R. C., *Haynes, E., *Strauss, C., Temple, J. R., & Stuart, G. L. (2017). Cannabis use and dating violence among college students: A call for research. Drug and Alcohol Review, 36, 17-19.

Shorey, R. C., Moore, T. L., McNulty, J. K., & Stuart, G. L. (2016). Do alcohol and marijuana increase the risk for female dating violence victimization? A prospective daily diary investigation. Psychology of Violence, 6, 509-518.

Shorey, R. C., *Strauss, C., *Haynes, E., Cornelius, T. L., & Stuart, G. L. (2016). The impact of the gender differences controversy on female-specific dating violence prevention programming. Journal of Family Violence, 31, 1025-1028.

Shorey, R. C., *Elmquist, J., Gawrysiak, M. J., Anderson, S., & Stuart, G. L. (2016). The relationship between mindfulness and compulsive sexual behavior in a sample of men in treatment for substance use. Mindfulness, 7, 866-873.

Stuart, G. L., McGeary, J., Shorey, R. C., & Knopik, V. (2016). Genetics moderate alcohol and intimate partner violence treatment outcomes in a randomized clinical trial of hazardous drinking men in batterer intervention programs: A preliminary investigation. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 84, 592-598.

Shorey, R. C., McNulty, J. K., Moore, T. M., & Stuart, G. L. (2016). Being the victim of violence during a date predicts next-day cannabis use among female college students. Addiction, 111, 492-498.

Courses Taught

Graduate

    Adult Psychotherapy
    Practicum Supervision

Undergraduate

    Introduction to Clinical and Counseling Psychology

Grants

Current

Title: The Temporal Association between Alcohol and Dating Violence: Moderators in Young Adult Couples
Agency: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Type: R21
Period: 8/1/16 – 7/31/18
Total Cost: $388,545.00
Role on project: PI

Title: Examining an Integrated Bystander and Alcohol Program for Sexual Assault Perpetration: A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial
Agency: National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
Type: New Investigator/Early Career Program in the Social and Behavioral Sciences
Period: 1/1/17 – 12/31/18
Total Cost: $150,000.00
Role on project: PI

Title: A Longitudinal Examination of Teen Dating Violence from Adolescence to Young Adulthood
Agency: National Institute of Justice (NIJ)
Type: Data Resources Program: Funding for Analysis of Existing Data
Period: 1/1/17 – 12/31/17
Total Cost: $40,000.00
Role on project: PI

Title: Alcohol Intoxication as a Risk Factor for Intimate Partner Aggression among Adults with ADHD
Agency: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Type: R21
Period: 4/20/17 – 3/31/19
Total Cost: $413,875.00
Role on project: Co-I (PI: Wymbs, B)

Completed

Title: The Temporal Association between Alcohol, Negative Affect, and Dating Violence
Agency: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
Type: Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) (F31AA020131)
Period: 8/1/11 – 7/31/13
Total Costs: $90,830.00
Role on project: PI

Title: Examining the Efficacy of Three Interventions for Sexual Assault: A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial
Agency: Ohio University Research Council
Period: 12/17/15-12/31/16
Total Cost: $8,000.00
Role on project: PI

Title: Examining the Efficacy of Three Interventions for Sexual Assault: A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial
Agency: American Psychological Foundation
Type: Visionary Fund Grant
Period: 8/1/15-7/31/17
Total Cost: $20,000.00
Role on project: PI

Graduate Students

Catherine Strauss
Ellen (Haynes) Johnson
Sarah Horvath
Haley Kolp


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