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The Human Development Initiative, begun in 2009, is a community of scholars throughout the university interested in development across the lifespan. The initiative creates venues where scholars involved in cutting-edge research in the social and health sciences (including genetics, neuroscience, and psychosocial development) can focus on the intersections between their own work and that of other researchers. We invite faculty and graduate students to join us at our bi-weekly brown bag speaker series and our fall and spring colloquia.


Bogat Anne Bogat
Professor
Ph.D. Child-Clinical/Community Psychology, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois 1982
Masters Child-Clinical/Community Psychology, DePaul University, Chicago, Illinois 1978
Bachelors University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 1976
Primary Program: Clinical
107E Psychology
(517) 353-0812
bogat@msu.edu


Research Statement
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Dr. Bogat’s current research focuses on the developmental consequences of intimate partner violence (IPV) on women and young children. Along with her collaborators (Levendosky, Davidson, and von Eye), she conducted an 10 year longitudinal study of IPV beginning data collection when women were pregnant and following them and their children almost every year until the children were 10 years old. She is interested in trajectories of risk and resilience among the children. Current work (with Levendosky, Lonstein, and von Eye) explores the biological correlates of trauma related to IPV and how, during pregnancy, factors such as cortisol might affect development pre and postnatally.

Dr. Bogat has also written about person oriented methods and she is working on a practical guide to assessment with Dr. Hopwood.



Research Publications    
 Title
2016Martinez-Torteya, C., Bogat, G. A., Levendosky, A. A., & von Eye, A. (2016). The influence of prenatal intimate partner violence exposure on HPA-axis reactivity and childhood internalizing and externalizing symptoms. Development and Psychopathology, 28, 55-72.
2016Bogat, G. A., Martinez-Torteya, C., Levendosky, A. A., von Eye, A., & Lonstein, J. (2016). Intimate partner violence, mental health, and HPA Axis functioning. Journal for Person Oriented Research, 2(1–2), 111–122.
2016Levendosky, A. A., Bogat, G. A., Lonstein, J. S., Martinez-Torteya, C., Muzik, M., Granger, D. A., & von Eye, A. (2016). Infant adrenocortical reactivity and behavioral functioning: Relation to early exposure to maternal intimate partner violence. Stress, 19(1), 37-44.
2013Bogat, G. A., von Eye, A., Bergman, L. R. (in preparation). Person oriented approaches. To appear in Cicchetti, D. (Ed.), Developmental Psychopathology, Volume 1, 3rd Edition. NY: Wiley.
2013Levendosky, A. A., Bogat, G. A., & Martinez-Torteya, C. (2013). PTSD symptoms in young children exposed to domestic violence. Violence Against Women, 19, 187-201.
2013Lannert, B., Levendosky, A.A., & Bogat, G. A. (2013). The interaction of maternal personality traits and intimate partner violence as influences on maternal representations. Infant Mental Health Journal, 34, 222-233.
2011DeJonghe, E. S., von Eye, A., Bogat, G. A., & Levendosky, A. A. (2011). Does witnessing intimate partner violence contribute to toddlers’ internalizing and externalizing behaviors? Applied Developmental Science, 15, 129-139.
2011Levendosky, A. A., Bogat, G. A., Huth-Bocks, A., Rosenblum, K., & von Eye, A. (2011). The effects of domestic violence on the stability of attachment from infancy to preschool. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 40, 398–410.
2009Martinez-Torteya, C., Bogat, G. A., von Eye, A., Davidson, W. S., & Levendosky, A. A. (2009). Women's appraisals of intimate partner violence stressfulness and their relationship to depressive and posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms. Violence and Victims, 24, 707-722.
2009Martinez-Torteya, C., Bogat, G. A., von Eye, A., & Levendosky, A. A. (2009). Resilience among children exposed to domestic violence: The role of protective and vulnerability factors. Child Development, 80, 562-577.