Project WISE (Women's Interpersonal Relationships, Self, & Experiences) is a five-year study funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) to examine experiences of sexual revictimization among young adult women. Data collection takes place at four sites nationally (Lincoln and Omaha, NE, Jackson, MS, and Oxford, OH). There are nine total data collection points over a three-year period. Participants in the study go through a series of tasks including a clinical interview, computer-based questionnaires, and computer tasks involving video clips, a math task, and a situational survey.
Source: National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
Project: Sexual Revictimization: Emotional and Psychosocial Mediators
Type: R01 HD062226-01A2
Amount: $3,135,821 total
Dates: 7/1/10 - 6/30/15
The Newlywed Project
The Newlywed Project is a National Institute of Mental Health funded longitudinal examination of how various childhood experiences, such as co-occurring forms of child maltreatment, impact adult functioning, particularly within marriage. Data collection took place during three different time points, beginning at the newlywed stage (i.e., first year of marriage) and subsequently during the second and third years of marriage. Two hundred and four newlywed couples participated in the two-year study, which involved answering computer-based questionnaires and participating in videotaped discussion tasks.
Source: National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
Project Title: Family Functioning of Adults Maltreated as Children
Type: K01 Award
Role: Principal Investigator
Dates: 3/03 - 2/08
Amount: $679,000 direct
Dr. David DiLillo with the video equipment in the observation room of the TVA Laboratory