- Equity and Inclusion
- Prospective Students
- Clinical Psychology Center
National Leadership Positions in Psychology
2016-2017. President of General Psychology Division (1) of the American Psychological Association.
2006-2007. President of Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Division 9 of the American Psychological Association.
1983-1984. President of the Society for Psychology of Women, Division 35 of the American Psychological Association.
Major Editorial Positions:
2007-2013. Editor, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research
2001-2005. Editor, Journal of Social Issues
1985-2000. Associate Editor, Violence and Victims
International Teaching and Research
Cross-country comparisons in Slovenia, Croatia, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, and Russia.
Oman and Pakistan
China and Japan
Recent Faculty Senate Leadership Positions
2003-2005 and 2014-2016.Vice President
2017-2018. Co-Chair, Senate Library Committee
Education & Training
- PhD, University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA)
Research Interest Summary
Relationship Violence; Immigration; Motivation; Women & Gender
Representative Recent Publications
Frieze, I.H., Newhill, C., & Fusco, R. (in preparation). Addressing violence in close relationships. New York: Springer.
Ryan, K. M. & Frieze, I. H. (2017). Criminological perspectives on intimate partner violence. Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology. New York: Oxford University Press, LAST MODIFIED: 24 May 2017. DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780195396607-0218
Williams, S.L., McKelvey, D., & Frieze, I. H. (2014). Intimate partner violence. In R. Gartner & B. McCarthy (Eds.), The Oxford handbook on gender, sex and crime. (pp. 362-378). Oxford University Press.
Nguyen, T.T., Morinaga, Y., Frieze, I.H., Cheng, J., Li, M., Doi, A., Hirai, T., Joo, E., & Li, C. (2013). College students’ perceptions of intimate partner violence: A comparative study of Japan, China, and the United States. International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 7, 261-273.
Frieze, I. H., & Chen, K. (2010). Intimate partner violence: Perspective from racial/ethnic groups in the United States. In H. Landrine & Nancy Felipe Russo (editors), Handbook of diversity in feminist psychology. (pp. 427-447). New York: Springer Publishing Co.
Frieze, I. H. (2005). Hurting the one you love: Violence in relationships. Pacific Grove, CA: Thompson/Wadsworth.
Li, M., Frieze, I. H., & Cheong, J. (2014). Stay or go? A path model of highly educated individuals’ migration desires. Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 24, 1-17.
Li, M., & Frieze, I. H. (2013). Before the big decision: Psychological theories on premigration motivation. In E. Tartakovsky (Ed.), Immigration: Policies, challenges and impact (pp. 3-27). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Li, M. & Frieze, I. H. (2016). Developing civic engagement in university education: Predicting current and future engagement in community services. Social Psychology of Education. doi:10.1007/s11218-016-9356-8.
Cheng, J., Frieze, I.H., Li, M., Morinaga, Yasuko, M., Nguyen, T.T., Doi, A., Hirai, T., Joo, E., Li, & Cha, L. (2014). Institutional and individual forms of instrumental aggression: Variations across culture and gender. Journal of Arts and Social Sciences, 1(2), 2-19.
Li, M., Frieze, I. H., Nokes-Malach, T., Cheong, J. (2013). Do friends always help your study? Mediating processes between social relations and academic motivation. Social Psychology of Education, 16, 129-149. doi. 10.1007/s11218-012-9203-5.
Frieze, I.H., Ciccocioppo, M.M., & and Khosla, R. (in press, 2018). Negotiating equity and relationship satisfaction with one’s partner. In C. Travis & J. W. White (Eds.), APA Handbook of the Psychology of Women. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.