Current Research on Green Dot

Though the Green Dot Violence Prevention Strategy is heavily informed by research across multiple disciplines, it is a young program that is still in the early stages of evaluation. As results, publications, and additional studies become available, they will be added to this site.

Coker, Ann L., Cook-Craig, Patricia G., Williams, Corrine M., Fisher, Bonnie S., Clear, Emily R., Garcia, Lisandra S., & Hegge, Lea M., (2011). Evaluation of Green Dot: An Active Bystander Intervention to Reduce Sexual Violence on College Campuses. Violence Against Women. 17(6): 777-796.

Coker, Ann L., Fisher, Bonnie S., Bush, Heather M., Swan, Suzanna C., Williams, Corrine M., Clear, Emily R., & DeGue, Sarah, (2014). Evaluation of the Green Dot Bystander Intervention to Reduce Interpersonal Violence Among College Students Across Three Campuses. Violence Against Women. DOI: 10.1177/1077801214545284.

Cook-Craig, Patricia G., Millspaugh, Phyllis H., Recktenwald, Eileen A., Kelly, Natalie C., Hegge, Lea M., Coker, Ann L., Pletcher, Tisha S., (2014). From Empower to Green Dot: Successful Strategies and Lessons Learned in Developing Comprehensive Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Programming. Violence Against Women. DOI: 10.1177/1077801214551286.

Cook-Craig, Patricia G., Coker, Ann L., Clear, Emily R., Garcia, Lisandra S., Bush, Heather M., Brancato, Candace J., Williams, Corrine M., Fisher, Bonnie S., (2014). Challenge and Opportunity in Evaluating a Diffusion-Based Active Bystanding Prevention Program: Green Dot in High Schools. Violence Against Women. DOI: 10.1177/1077801214551288.