Katherine Hazen

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Behavioral Sciences School of Arts and Sciences
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978.665.3944 Office: McKay Room 240
Office Hours
Fall 2022

Wednesday 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Additional hours for Research Methods are Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.

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Courses Taught

Criminal Justice Research Methods (CJ 2130)
Introduction to the Legal Process (CJ 2270)
Criminal Law (CJ 2550)
Legal Issues in Policing (CJ 3055)
Crime and Delinquency Prevention (CJ 3250)

Background

Ph.D., University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Psychology)
J.D.,  University of Nebraska College of Law (concentration in Constitutional Law)
M.A., University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Psychology)
B.A., Endicott College (Psychology with a concentration in Criminal Justice)

Police-civilian interactions
Social identity and identity development
Juvenile justice and child welfare court process
Participation and voice instrumentality
Program evaluation

Hazen, K.P., & Brank, E.M. (2021). Do you hear what I hear?: A comparison of police officer and civilian fairness judgments through procedural justice. Psychology, Crime, & Law.

Hazen, K.P., Carlson, M.W., Cartwright, M.L., *Patnode, C.E, Cole-Mossman, J., Byrns, S., Hauptman, K., & Osofsky, J. (2021). The impact of Child-Parent Psychotherapy on child dependency court outcomes. Juvenile & Family Court Journal72(1), 21-46.

Hazen, K.P., Carlson, M.W., Hatton-Bower, H., Fessinger, M. B., Cole-Mossman, J., Bahm, J., Hauptman, K., Brank, E.M., & Gilkerson, L. (2020). Evaluating the Facilitating Attuned Interactions (FAN) approach: Vicarious trauma, professional burnout, and reflective practice. Children and Youth Services Review112  

Fessinger, M., Hazen, K.P., Bahm, J., Cole-Mossman, J., Heideman, R., & Brank, E.M. (2020). Mandatory, fast, and fair: Parents’ perceptions of procedural justice in a mandatory family drug court. Journal of Experimental Criminology16(1), 49-77.

Wylie, L., Hazen, K.P., Hoetger, L.A., Haby, J., & Brank E.M. (2018). Four decades of the journal Law and Human Behavior: A content analysis. Scientometrics115(2), 655-693.

Hoetger, L., Hazen, K.P., & Brank, E.M. (2015). All in the family: A retrospective study comparing sibling bullying and peer bullying. Journal of Family Violence30, 103-111. 

Law and Society Association
American Society of Criminology
American Psychological Association
American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41)