Michelle N. Harris

Michelle N. Harris

Assistant Professor of Criminology
 
972-883-2485
GR 3.528
Tags: Criminology & Criminal Justice

Professional Preparation

Ph.D. - Criminology
Georgia State University - 2020
M.S. - Criminology
Georgia State University - 2016
B.A. - Criminal Justice
University of Arkansas - 2014
B.A. - Psychology
University of Arkansas - 2014

Research Areas

  • Mental Health and Criminological Processes 
  • Mental Health and Victimization 
  • Victimization 

Publications

Laane, S.*, Cook, L., Spence, J., Harris, M.N., & Chapman, S. (Forthcoming). Effects of Online Brain Training on Self-Reported Mental Health Symptoms for Generally Healthy Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Brain and Behavior. - publications
Harris, M.N. & Daigle, L.E. (Forthcoming). Resiliency from Violent Victimization for People with Mental Disorders: An Examination of the Utility of Several Resiliency Models. International Review of Victimology.  - publications
Teasdale, B., Harris, M.N., Bradley, M., Shammi, S., & Ivanich, J.E. (Forthcoming). Adult-Onset and Adolescent-Limited Suicidal Ideation¾ A developmental approach to suicide. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare.  - publications
Harris, M. N., & Daigle, L. E. (2021). Resiliency from Violent Victimization for People with Mental Disorders: an Examination Using a Community Sample. American Journal of Criminal Justice, 1-26.

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Konkel, R. H., Harris, M. N., & Hoffman, C. Y. (2022). Are we Truly “Safer-At-Home”? A Test of Contextual Effects on Mental Health and Drug Overdose Incidents During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Drug Issues, 00220426211073912.

- publications
Lee, Y., Harris, M.N., & Kim, J. (Forthcoming). Gender differences in cyberbullying victimization from a developmental perspective: An examination of risk and protective factors. Crime & Delinquency. 

- publications
Harris, M.N. & Teasdale, B. (2021). The Prediction of Repeated Violence Amongst Individuals with Serious Mental Disorders: Situational vs. Dispositional Factors. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 36(1-2), 691-721.  - publications
Harris, M.N. & Daigle, L.E. (2021). Mental Illness and its Link to Illegal Street Market Activity: Prevalence, Risk Factors, and How they Compare to Violence. Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 65(12), 1335-1355.  - publications

Appointments

Assistant Professor
University of Texas at Dallas [2020–Present]

Presentations

Harris, M.N. (Spring, 2023). Mediating the Violent Victimization-Mental Illness Relationship: A Test of Lifestyles/Routine Activities and Control Theories. Paper will be presented at the Annual meetings of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MD.
Dore, G.*, Harris, M.N., Krawjeski, A. (Spring, 2023). Social Bonds and Developmental Trajectories of Psychopathy. Paper will be presented at the Annual meetings of Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Baltimore, MD.
Harris, M.N. & Konkel, R.H. (Fall, 2022). Safer or Endangered at Home?: Examining Neighborhood Effects on Family Violence. Paper presented at the Annual meetings of American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
Harris, M.N., Daigle, L.E., Reidy, D., Chafin, T. & Thomson, N. (Fall, 2022). Exploring the Relationship Between Recurring Intimate Partner Victimization and Psychopathy: Are There Biologial Sex Differences? Paper presented at the Annual meetings of American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.
Geibler, R.*, Elsafadi, H.*, & Harris, M.N. (Fall, 2022). Mania and Violent Offending: The Role of Peer Antisocial Behavior. Paper presented at the Annual meetings of American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.

Affiliations

American Society of Criminology
Division of Victimology, American Society of Criminology
Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences
Division of Victimology, Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences