About

Yoder, Jamie, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

292-3521
yoder.333@osu.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Education
PhD - University of Denver, 2013
MSW - The University of Cincinnati, 2008
BA - Psychology - Ohio University, 2005

Areas of Expertise
Youth violence and victimization
Youth sexual violence

Areas of Interest for Mentoring PhD Students
Delinquency
Sexual violence
Perpetration
Family and systems work
Trauma

Bio

Dr. Jamie Yoder earned her PhD from the University of Denver. As a doctoral student, she was awarded the Enid Cox Fellowship to pursue scholarship endeavors. Dr. Yoder has worked as a research assistant for the Colorado Sex Offender Management Board, and continues to be part of a multidisciplinary research team devoted to evaluating services for sexually abusive youth. She earned her BA from Ohio University in 2005 and her MSW from The University of Cincinnati in 2008. Her research interests include etiology with a particular focus on familial and trauma correlates, conceptual ideologies, prevention initiatives, and avenues of equitable and effective intervention strategies for delinquent and sexually abusive youth.