Eric Mankowski, PhD was recently interviewed for this front page story in The Oregonian concerning a report for the APA on gun violence. An essay by Dr. Mankowski based on the same report was also published here in the Portland Tribune. To learn more please visit this profile in APA Monitor article on the gun violence report.
Eric Mankowski and his research team conduct applied community and social psychology research on a number of issues related to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) prevention and intervention. Their work involves collaborative research projects with a variety of community partners and covers a wide range of topics including social constructions of masculinities and violence.
We recently received a mention in the APA’s public interest directorate blog and the SCRA’s practice council publication called THEory into ACTion: A Bulletin of New Developments in Community Psychology Practice. The link to the write-up concerning some of the research Dr. Mankowski’s team has been working on may be found here.