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Kimberly Spanjol, Ph.D.

Research & Publications

Publications:         

Towards a typology of dog fighting: An examination of motive and behavior  typologies and recommendations for criminal justice and mental health practitioners. (2016). Behavioral Health, 4, (2), 1-10. Co-authored with Dr. Cathryn Lavery (Iona College) and Dr. Heath Grant (John Jay College of Criminal Justice).

Understandings about animal cruelty:  Why animal abuse is a critical concern for law enforcement practitioners, and promising antidotes to youth violence. The Latham Letter. Volume XXXVII, Number 3, Summer 2016. Co-authored with Dr. Heath Grant (John Jay College of Criminal Justice) and Dr. Cathryn Lavery (Iona College).    
                 
Critical understandings about animal cruelty for law enforcement practitioners. (2015). Journal of Law Enforcement, 4 (5) 1-12. Co-authored with Dr. Heath Grant (John Jay College of Criminal Justice) and Dr. Cathryn Lavery (Iona College). 
 
Self-reported Antecedents and Consequences of Female Heroin Use (2005). Proquest Information and Learning Company, UMI: MI.

Albania. (2005). In Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement, Volume 3.  L.E. Sullivan and M.R. Haberfield (Eds.).  Sage Publications:  CA.
 
Alcohol-related homicides committed by women. (1998). Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 30 (1), 33 - 43. Co-authored with Dr. Barry Spunt, Dr. Henry H. Brownstein, Dr. Susan M. Crimmins and Dr. Sandra Langley.
           

Select Presentations: 

August 2017 and April 2017: North Shore Animal League Mutt-i-grees ProgramSt. Louis, Mo. Developing Social Emotional Learning and Service Learning Programs in Your Community
 
December 2016: Comfort Dog Pilot Program Kickoff Celebration. New York City Department of Education Office of Counseling Support Programs, New York, N.Y. Lead speaker introducing a new social emotional learning initiative in New York City public schools working with Emotional Support Dogs in classrooms
 
October 2016: NYC Social Justice Curriculum Fair, Movement of Rank and File Educators, City-As-School, New York, N.Y.  Bridging Social Emotional Learning and Humane Education
 
January 2016: Queens College, Queens, N.Y. Humane Education and Service Learning
 
November 2015: New York State Association for Independent Schools (NYSAIS) Conference. Supporting Youth Empowerment and Social Emotional Well-Being Through Humane Education and Service Learning

January - March 2015: (Various Colleges) Service Learning and the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum
 
October 2014: New York State United Federation of Teachers Humane Education Committee Meeting. Empowering Youth Through Service Learning