Maya A Corneille
Affiliation: Virginia Commonwealth University
- What's culture got to do with it? Prevention programs for African American adolescent girlsMaya A Corneille
Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University VCU, Richmond, VA 23284 2018, USA
J Health Care Poor Underserved 16:38-47. 2005..We conclude with suggested directions for future research into culture-specific prevention programs...
- Ethnic identity, neighborhood risk, and adolescent drug and sex attitudes and refusal efficacy: the urban African American girls' experienceMaya A Corneille
Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond 23284 2018, USA
J Drug Educ 37:177-90. 2007..Findings provide support for prevention programs for African American youth that seek to reduce risk behaviors by increasing ethnic identity, particularly in low resource communities...
- Beyond traditional gender roles and identity: does reconceptualisation better predict condom-related outcomes for African-American women?Anh B Nguyen
Virginia Commonwealth University, Virginia, USA
Cult Health Sex 12:603-17. 2010..Results suggest that re-conceptualisations offer a better understanding of underlying traits that may influence condom-related outcomes for this population...
- The paradox of risk: historically black college/university students and sexual healthSinead N Younge
Department of Psychology, Morehouse College, Atlanta, Georgia 30314, USA
J Am Coll Health 61:254-62. 2013..This literature review provides an analysis of the current state of the empirical research on sexual health among students attending historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs)...
- Risk and protective factors for tobacco use among 8th- and 10th-grade African American students in VirginiaRosalie Corona
Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 23284 2018, USA
Prev Chronic Dis 6:A45. 2009..This study identified individual-peer, family, school, and community risk and protective factors that predict early cigarette use among African American adolescents...
- Promoting academic achievement: the role of peers and family in the academic engagement of african american adolescentsPia Stanard
Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 23284, USA
J Prev Interv Community 38:198-212. 2010..Family cohesion also was significantly associated with academic engagement over and beyond the effects of risky peers. Implications for families, schools, communities, and programming are discussed...