Publications

The TSS Group has published our research findings in journals including the Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, and many others. We invite you to explore this page to find out more about our journal articles and books, as well as the Trauma Appraisal Questionnaire (TAQ) and Healthy Adolescent Relationship Program (HARP) curriculum we've developed.

Books

Trauma Education and Teaching

DePrince, A.P. & Newman, E. (Eds.). (2011). Special issue on Trauma Education and Teaching. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 3(3). Washington DC: American Psychological Association. (Note: Author order is alphabetical to reflect equal contributions).

Exploring Dissociation: Definitions, Development, and Cognitive Correlates

DePrince, A.P. & Cromer, L.D. (Eds.). (2006). Exploring Dissociation: Definitions, Development, and Cognitive Correlates. New York: Haworth Press. Published simultaneously as a Special Issue of the Journal of Trauma and Dissociation and as a Haworth book.

Trauma and Cognitive Science: A Meeting of Minds, Science, and Human Experience

Freyd, J.J. & DePrince, A.P. (Eds.). (2001). Trauma and Cognitive Science: A Meeting of Minds, Science, and Human Experience. New York: Haworth Press. Published simultaneously as a Special Issue of the Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma and as a Haworth book.

Denver campus in winter snow.

Trauma Appraisal Questionnaire (TAQ)

The TAQ, developed by the TSS Group, is a self-report measure of six trauma-related appraisals: fear, shame, anger, betrayal, self-blame and alienation.

Permission is not required to use the TAQ; however, we are eager to hear about your work and findings related to the TAQ.

The Denver campus in winter.

Healthy Adolescent Relationship Project and Curriculum

As part of the Healthy Adolescent Relationship Project (HARP), we developed and tested the impact of a 12-week, mindfulness-based group curriculum focused on risk detection and attention to decrease revictimization. Findings from this project are reported in DePrince, Chu, Labus, Shirk, & Potter (2015).

  • HARP Curriculum

    The 12-week, mindfulness-based group curriculum focused on risk detection and attention to decrease revictimization is available here.

    Permission is not required to use the curriculum; however, we are eager to hear about your work and findings related to the curriculum.

Articles