Note: Older publications are published under my maiden name, Meyer

Reynolds, H. & Astor, R.A. (2018, December). Life and death school safety choices in search of data and science. Teachers College Record, Retrieved from:,  ID Number: 22600

Reynolds, H. & Wagle, T. (2018).  Utilizing program specific data to develop case studies for use with preservice teachers.  In Polly, D., Putnam, M., Petty, T., & Good, A. (Eds.). Handbook of Research on Innovative Practices in Teacher Preparation and Graduate-Level Teacher Education Programs (pp. 1-20). IGI Global.

Reynolds, H., Wagle, T., Mahar, D., Yannuzzi, L. & Tramonte, B. (2016).  Changes in residents’ perceptions of self-efficacy in a clinically-rich graduate teacher education program.  Action in Teacher Education, 8(2), 137-155.

Reynolds, H., Yannuzzi, L., Wagle, T., & Mahar, D. (2015).  A Clinically Rich Residency Track for Teaching Assistants. Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning, 9, 71-77.

Astor, R.A., Reynolds, H., Benbenishty, R., Pat-Horenczyk, R., Brom, D., Baum, N., & Shiff, M., De Pedro, K. (2011).  The influence of the Second Lebanon-Israeli war on Israeli students in urban school settings: Findings of the Nahariya district-wide screening prototype.  In Gallager, K.S., Goodyear, R., Brewer, D., & Rueda, R. (Eds.). Urban Education: A Model for Leadership and Policy.  New York: Routledge.

Astor, R.A., Benbenishty, R., Marachi, R., & Meyer, H.A. (2006). The social context of schools: Monitoring and mapping student victimization in schools. In M. Furlong & S. Jimmerson (Eds). Handbook of School Violence and School Safety: From Research to Practice. Mahwah, NJ: Earlbaum.

Astor, R.A., Meyer, H.A., Benbenishty, R., Marachi, R., & Rosemond, M. (2005). School safety interventions: Best practices and programs. Children and Schools, 27, 17-32.

Astor, R.A., Benbenishty, R., Meyer, H.A., & Rosemond, M. (2004). Adolescent victimization and weapon-use on school grounds: An empirical case example from Israel. In T. Urban, and F. Pajares (Eds.) Educating Adolescents:  Challenges and Strategies (pp. 109-130).  Greenwich, CT: Information Age.

Astor, R.A., Benbenishty, R., & Meyer, H.A., (2004) Monitoring and mapping student victimization in schools. Theory into Practice, 43, 39-49.

Meyer, H.A. & Stein, N. (2004). Relationship violence prevention education in schools: What’s working, what’s getting in the way, and what are some future directions. The American Journal of Health Education, 35, 198-204.

Meyer, H.A., Astor, R.A., & Behre , W.J. (2004). Teachers’ reasoning about school fights, contexts and gender: An expanded Cognitive Developmental Domain approach.  Aggressive and Violent Behavior, 9, 45-74.

Astor, R.A., Benbenishty, R., Pitner, R.O. & Meyer, H.A. (2004). Bullying and peer victimization in schools. In P.A. Meares and M.W. Fraser (Eds.) Intervention with Children & Adolescents: An Interdisciplinary Perspective (pp.417-448). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Meyer, H.A. & Astor, R.A. (2002). Child and parent perspectives on routes to and from school in high crime neighborhoods, The Journal of School Violence, 1, 101-128.

Meyer, H.A., Astor, R.A., & Behre, W.J. (2002).  Teachers’ reasoning about school violence: The role of gender and location, Contemporary Educational Psychology, 27, 499-528.

Astor, R.A., Pitner, R.O., Benbenishty, R. & Meyer, H.A. (2002). Monitoring and mapping school violence. In L.A., Rapp-Paglicci, A.Roberts, & J. Wodarski (Eds.) Handbook of Violence. New York: Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Astor, R.A., Meyer, H.A., & Pitner, R.O. (2001).  Elementary and middle school students’ perceptions of safety: An examination of violence-prone school sub-contexts, The Elementary School Journal, 101, 511-28

Astor, R.A. & Meyer, H.A. (2001).  The conceptualization of violence prone school sub-contexts: Are the sum of the parts greater than the whole? Urban Education, 36, 374-399.

Astor, R.A., Pitner, R.O., Meyer, H.A., & Vargas, L.A. (2000). The most violent event at school: A ripple in the pond, Children in Schools, 22, 199-216.

Astor, R.A., Vargas, L.A., Pitner, R.O., & Meyer, H.A. (1999).  School violence: Research, theory, and practice. In Jenson, J.M. & Howard, M.O. (Eds.) Youth Violence: Current Research and Recent Practice Innovations (pp. 139-171). Washington D.C.: NASW Press.

Astor, R.A. & Meyer, H.A. (1999).  Where girls and women won’t go: Female students’, teachers’, and social workers’ views of school safety, Social Work in Education, 21, 201-219.

Astor, R.A., Meyer, H.A., & Pitner, R. (1999). Mapping school violence with students, teachers, and administrators. In L. Davis (Ed.). Working with African American Males: A Guide to Practice (pp. 129-144).  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc.

Astor, R.A., Meyer, H.A., & Behre, W. J. (1999).  Unowned places and times: Maps and interviews about violence in high schools, American Educational Research Journal, 36, 3-42.

Maehr, M.L.& Meyer, H.A. (1997). Understanding motivation and schooling: Where we’ve been, where we are, and where we need to go. Educational Psychology Review,9, 371-409.