Karen LongestAssociate Professor of Psychology Owens Hall 302405.585.4175 OBU Box 61210500 W. UniversityShawnee, OK 74804
Educational Background:B.S., Southeastern Oklahoma State UniversityM.A., Central State UniversityPh.D., University of Oklahoma
Courses Taught:PSYC 1223: General PsychologyPSYC 2043: Child and Adolescent DevelopmentPSYC 3543: History of PsychologyPSYC 4503: Tests and MeasurementsPSYC 4723: Abnormal Psychology Selected Publications and/or Professional Activities:
Longest, K. L., & Warehime, M. N. (2012, September). Child maltreatment fatalities: Current response and future direction. 20th Annual Oklahoma Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families Conference.
Bonner, B. L., Warehime, M. N., & Longest, K. L. (2012, July). An international report on child maltreatment death review. In M. N. Warehime (Chair), What’s killing our children: An international perspective on fatal aggression against children. Symposium conducted at the XXth World Meeting of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Walferdange, Luxembourg
Warehime, M. N., Longest, K. L., Welch, G. (2011, September). Sociodemographic factors correlated with child maltreatment fatalities. 19th Annual Oklahoma Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families Conference.
Longest, K. L., & Warehime, M. N. (2010, July). An Interdisciplinary Model for Teaching a Course on Aggression and Violence. Poster presented at the XIX World Conference of the International Society for Research on Aggression, Storrs, CT.
Warehime, M. N., & Longest, K. L. (2010, July). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching Women About Aggression and Violence. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society for Educating Women, Albuquerque, NM.
Longest, K. L., & Warehime, M. N. (2010, April). An Interdisciplinary Approach to Incorporating Policy and Prevention Issues in the Classroom. Poster presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, CO.
Cantrell, C., & Longest, K. (2009, September). Evidence-based Assessment of Children and Adolescents Related to Trauma. Presentation at the 17th Oklahoma Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect and Healthy Families, Oklahoma City, OK.
Longest, K, & Stoltenberg, C. D. (2008, April). Mental Health Professionals’ Use of Drawings in the Assessment of Children. Paper presented at the meeting of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Boise, ID.
Walker, C. E., & Longest, K. (1995). Appendix: Commentary. In G. P. Sholevar (Ed.), Conduct disorders in children and adolescents. Washington, D.C.:American Psychiatric Association.