Title and discipline: assistant professor,
Office location: Old Main 337
Areas of specialization
Dr. Artime's area of specialization is clinical psychology. at Saint
Martin's, she teaches Introduction to Psychology (PSY 101), Child
and Adolescent Development (PSY 205), Psychology of Personality (PSY
420), and Trauma and Recovery (PSY 395). Dr. Artime's broad area of
research interest is focused on the correlates and outcome of
trauma. Specifically, she has conducted research examining responses
to types of sexual victimization including rape, sexual assault, and
child sexual abuse. Her clinical work in therapy has primarily
focused on the treatment of trauma in adults and other problems with
anxiety and depression.
Dr. Artime grew up in Colorado and attended undergrad in the
great Northwest. She moved to the (sometimes less than great)
Midwest for graduate school. After completing her graduate studies
in Missouri where she also taught in undergraduate psychology, she
completed a doctoral internship at Washington State University. She
is happy to return to the Pacific Northwest as a member of the
faculty at Saint Martin's University.
- Artime, T.M., McCallulm, E.B. & Peterson, Z.D. (2013).
Acknowledgement of sexual victimization among heterosexual men.
Psychology of Men and Masculinity, in press. doi:
- Artime, T.M., & Peterson, Z.D. (2012) The relationships
among childhood maltreatment, emotion regulation, and sexual
risk-taking in men from urban STD clinics. Journal of
Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 21, 277-299. doi:
- Artime, T.M., & Peterson, Z.D. (2012). Affirmative consent
and safer, hotter sex: Review of "Asking for it: The ethics and
erotics of sexual consent." Journal of Sex Research, 49,
303-304. doi: 10.1080/0022499.2011.607979
- McCallum, E.B., Peterson, Z.D., & Mueller, T.M. (2012).
Validation of the Traumatic Sexualization Survey for Use with
Heterosexual Men. Journal of Sex Research, 49, 423-433.
Areas of interest (professional / personal)
When she is not working, Dr. Artime enjoys spending time
outdoors in the mountains or near water, hanging out with her
delightful nieces and nephew, binge-watching television series'
on Netflix, finding new restaurants, and trying to contain her
husband's labradoodle pet.
Education: B.A., Seattle Pacific University;
M.A., University of Missouri, St. Louis; Ph.D., University of
Missouri, St. Louis.