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2009 Publications

Ciairano, S., Kliewer, W., & Rabaglietti, E. (2009). Adolescent risk behavior in Italy and the

       Netherlands: A cross-national study of psychosocial protective factors. European

       Psychologist, 14, 180-192.

 

Corona, R., Gonzalez, T., Cohen, R., Edwards, C., & Edmonds, T. (2009). Richmond

       Latino needs assessment: A community-university partnership to identify health concerns

       and service needs for Latino youth. Journal of Community Health, 34, 195-201.

 

Corona, R., Turf, E.E., Corneille, M., Belgrave, F.Z., & Nasim, A. (2009). Risk and

       protective factors for tobacco use among 8th and 10th grade African American students

       in Virginia. Preventing Chronic Disease, 6, Article 45. Retrieved May 20, 2009 from

         http://www.cdc.gov/pcd/issues/2009/apr/08_0139.htm.

 

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K. S., Haydon, T., Stormont, M., & Harmon, J. (2009). Preventing

       and ameliorating young children’s chronic problem behaviors: An ecological classroom-

       based approach. Psychology in the Schools, 46, 3-17.

 

Conroy, M., Sutherland, K. S., Snyder, A. L., Al-Hendawi, M., & Vo, A. (2009). Creating a

       positive classroom atmosphere: Teacher’s use of effective praise and feedback.

       Beyond Behavior 18,18-26.

 

Cunningham, J.N., Kliewer, W., & Garner, P. (2009). Emotion socialization, child emotion

       understanding and regulation, and adjustment in urban African American families:

       Differential associations across child gender. Development and Psychopathology, 21,

       261-283.

 

Giannotta, F., Settanni, M., Kliewer, W., & Ciariano, S. (2009). Results of an Italian school-

       based expressive writing intervention trial focused on peer problems. Journal of

       Adolescence, 32, 1377-1389.

 

Kliewer, W. (2009). Family processes in drug use etiology. In L.M Scheier (Ed.), Handbook

       of Drug Use Etiology: Theory, Methods, and Empirical Findings. Washington, D.C.:

       American Psychological Association.

 

Kliewer, W., Reid-Quiñones, K., Shields, B.J., & Foutz, L. (2009). Multiple risk, emotion

       regulation skill, and cortisol in low-income African American youth: A prospective study.

       Journal of Black Psychology, 35, 24-43.

 

Masho, S. W., & Alvanzo (2009). A. Help-Seeking Behaviors of Men Sexual Assault

       Survivors. American Journal of Mens Health. 25 [Epub ahead of print].

 

Masho, S.W. & Anderson, L. (2009). Sexual assault in men: A population based study of

       Virginia. Journal of Victims and Violence, 24, 98-110.

 

Masho, S. W., & Matthews, L. (2009). Factors determining whether Ethiopian women

       support continuation of female genital mutilation. International Journal of Gynecology

       and Obstertircs; 107:232-5.

 

Miller, S., Gorman-Smith, D., Sullivan, T.N., Orpinas, P., & Simon, T. (2009). Parent and

       peer predictors of physical dating violence perpetration in early adolescence: Tests of

       moderation and gender differences. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent

       Psychology, 38(4), 538-550.

 

The Multisite Violence Prevention Project. (2009). The ecological effects of universal and

       selective violence prevention programs for middle school students: A randomized trial.

       Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 77, 526-542.

 

Nasim, A., Belgrave, F.Z., Corona, R., & Townsend, T.G. (2009). Predictors of alcohol and

      tobacco refusal efficacy among rural and urban African American adolescents. Journal of

      Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 18, 221-242.

 

Sutherland, K. S., & Farmer, T. W. (2009). Classroom contexts and problem behavior. In G.

      D. Sideridis & T. A. Citro,T. A. Best Practices in Learning Disabilities: Bridging the

      Gap between Research and Practice (pp. 1-16). Weston, MA: LDW.

 

Sutherland, K. S. & Thoma, C. A. (2009). Preventing school dropout by promoting increased

      engagement of students with disabilities. In Schulze, G., & Wittrock, M. (Eds.), Children

      at Risk in Family and School (pp. 291-308). Oldenburg, Germany. University of

      Oldenburg.

 

 



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