Sarah Lindstrom Johnson
Affiliation: Johns Hopkins University
- Use of technology with health care providers: perspectives from urban youthSARAH LINDSTROM JOHNSON
Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD, USA
J Pediatr 160:997-1002. 2012..To evaluate urban youths' use of and access to technology and solicit their opinions about using technology with healthcare providers...
- Understanding the Association Between School Climate and Future OrientationSARAH LINDSTROM JOHNSON
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 200 North Wolfe Street, Room 2063, Baltimore, MD, 21287, USA
J Youth Adolesc 45:1575-86. 2016..Taken together, these findings suggest that interventions targeting school climate may hold promise for promoting future orientation. ..
- Promoting "Healthy Futures" to Reduce Risk Behaviors in Urban Youth: A Randomized Controlled TrialSARAH LINDSTROM JOHNSON
Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 200 North Broadway, Room 2063, Baltimore, MD, 21287, USA
Am J Community Psychol 56:36-45. 2015..This study also demonstrated that motivational interviewing could be used to promote positive behaviors (i.e., career readiness). ..
- Improving the school environment to reduce school violence: a review of the literatureSarah Lindstrom Johnson
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 200 N Wolfe, Rm2088, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA
J Sch Health 79:451-65. 2009..This review focuses on a new area of research, the mechanisms by which the school environment determines the likelihood of school violence...
- Prioritizing the school environment in school violence prevention effortsSarah Lindstrom Johnson
Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University, 200 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA
J Sch Health 81:331-40. 2011..However, little is known about the relative importance of various characteristics of the school environment or their differential impact on multiple violence outcomes...
- Examining the link between neighborhood context and parental messages to their adolescent children about violenceSarah R Lindstrom Johnson
Department of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland 21287, USA
J Adolesc Health 49:58-63. 2011....
- Bullies, gangs, drugs, and school: understanding the overlap and the role of ethnicity and urbanicityCatherine P Bradshaw
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
J Youth Adolesc 42:220-34. 2013..These findings extend prior research by emphasizing a potential link between involvement in bullying and multiple health-risk behaviors, particularly among urban and African American high school youth...
- Career Readiness: A Potential Pathway through which Urban Youth Exposure to Stress Influences Adult HealthSarah Lindstrom Johnson
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 200 North Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287, 410 614 3864, 410 502 5440 fax
J Community Psychol 43:321-337. 2015..These findings suggest that experiences of stress for urban youth negatively impact their planning for the future, particularly in the absence of supportive parental relationships...
- Neighborhood violence and its association with mothers' health: assessing the relative importance of perceived safety and exposure to violenceSarah Lindstrom Johnson
Department of Health, Behavior and Society, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 624 N Broadway, 2nd Floor, Baltimore, MD 21205, USA
J Urban Health 86:538-50. 2009..Neighborhood violence was a common experience for mothers in this urban sample, and should be considered by health professionals in trying to understand and intervene to improve the health of mothers and their children...
- Alcohol Outlets and Substance Use among High SchoolersAdam J Milam
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Department of Mental Health, 415 N Washington St, Baltimore, MD, 21231 Wayne State University, School of Medicine, 540 E Canfield St, Detroit, MI, 48201
J Community Psychol 44:819-832. 2016..Findings provide support for the potential role of the built environment in adolescent risk for substance use, particularly among girls...