African American, Non-Hispanic Residents, 2009

California Reducing Disparities in Populations (CRDP) Report: African American Strategic Planning Workgroup Department of Mental Health
Total African American, Non-Hispanic Population in California: 2,159,978
Del Norte Siskiyou

Modoc

1,410 Humboldt

Trinity

Shasta 1,911

Lassen

4
Inyo

Tehama 2,967 Butte

Plumas Sierra

Glenn Mendocino Colusa Lake 7,655 2,848 Sonoma Napa Solano 54,425 Contra Costa 6,943 93,901 Marin 47,596 Alameda San Francisco 183,778 20,987 San Mateo 41,949 2,693Santa Clara Santa Cruz San Benito

Central California Region

1,678 Nevada Placer4,885 1,647Yuba El Dorado Sutter Yolo 1,328 4,669 Sacramento Alpine 135,243Amador Calaveras San Joaquin Tuolumne 46,520 Stanislaus 13,596 9,051 Merced Mariposa 5,153 Madera 45,587

Mono

Fresno

Northern California Region

11,721 Monterey San Luis Obispo 5,352

Tulare 5,955 10,943 Kings

Kern

44,334 166,671 San Bernardino

African American Population
20,987 or less persons 20,988 - 93,901 persons 93,902 - 183,778 persons 183,779 or more persons No data available
7,818 Santa Barbara Ventura 13,220 Santa Barbara

Inland Empire Region
Los Angeles 817,273 Orange 47,464 Los Angeles Los Angeles

Riverside

125,487

Note: In 2009, 73.0% of the African American, Non-Hispanic residents in California lived in: Los Angeles County (37.8%) Alameda County (8.5%) San Bernardino County (7.7%) San Diego County (6.9%) Sacramento County (6.3%) Riverside County (5.8%)
0 50 100 200 300 Miles 400

Ventura

San Diego 148,147

5,333 Imperial

Los Angeles Region

Southern California Region

Sources: (1) U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 TIGER/Line Shapefiles (2) U.S. Census Bureau, 2009 American Community Survey Prepared by: County of San Bernardino, Department of Public Health Map Created: January 11, 2011

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African American Mental and Behavioral Health Scholars & Scholarly Works
As a component of the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) African American Population Report, we have created a valuable resource that can be used to identify research based projects, published articles, books, and other scholarly works by ethnic mental and behavioral health professionals of African ancestry. It can also be utilized to identify mentors in the mental health field. The African American Mental Health Scholars and Scholarly Works is a compilation of over 400 African American scholars. The CRDP is a specific statewide initiative of the California Department of Mental Health. As such, the compendium features professionals that live in the State. Other scholars are listed with contact information in a separate section of the report. There are more African American mental and behavioral health scholars, and scholarly works that are not listed. We exercised due diligence to obtain relevant information using multiple methods, across disciplines. Many people simply did not respond to our inquiry. By definition, a scholar is “a learned person,” one who has acquired great knowledge on a subject matter. No document was discovered that compiled the scholarly works of Blacks in the field of mental and behavioral health. Therefore, we used a broad approach to invite all “knowledgeable” in the field to share their work. We have compiled a “beginning” list of Black scholars, irrespective of years of experience, or depth of study, or academic achievement. Our aim is to disseminate information about existing culturally grounded and congruent work by Black scholars. The intent is to provide assistance in the development of community practices for our population, to provide scientific merit and structure for implementation and evaluation, and to facilitate the development of tailored meaningful programs and interventions. Existing research must be used by communities, county program managers, practitioners, policy-makers, and students. Scholarly works by Blacks empower, restore, and revitalize communities of people of African descent. Existing research will help bring healing to Black people. Each scholar is listed alphabetically according to state. We request that you contact the scholar for inquiries related to their scholarly works. Information contained in this report was compiled by the following CRDP Strategic Planning Workgroup (SPW) members starting in January 2011 until the publication date: Nacole S. Smith, M.P.H., Research Associate Linda Williams, BA, Office Assistant V. Diane Woods, Dr.P.H., M.S.N., RN, CRDP Director African American Health Institute of San Bernardino County Lawford L. Goddard, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus San Francisco State University Lana C. McGuire, M.S.W., A.C.S.W., Supervising Social Worker Butte County Stephanie T. Edwards, M.P.A., CAMF, Executive Director Community Resource Fundraising Group, San Diego County

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Table of Contents
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Abdulmumin, E.M., Ph.D. Abdulmumin, Razyy, Psy.D. Allen, Winnie M., Ph.D. Ashing-Giwa, Kimlin, Ph.D. Bastien, Rochelle T., Ph.D. Beavers, Ronald, Ph.D. Block, Carolyn Brown, Gay Butler-Byrd, Nola, Ph.D. Chase, Myron W. Clark, Carl G., Ph.D. Clark, LeOndra, Ph.D. Connor, Michael Cook, Rudolph E., Ph.D. Cox, Sandra Curry, Alpha O. Davis, Cynthia A. Davis, Ramona Davis, Claytie III, Ph.D. Dunn, Sandra R. Fairchild, Halford H., Ph.D. Floyd, Sharon Fowler, Brock L., Ph.D. Gee, Sheryl, Ph.D. Goddard, Lawford, Ph.D. Graham, LeMonte E., Ed.D. Grills, Cheryl T., Ph.D. Hargrow, Mary E., Ph.D. Huff-Musgrove, Robin, Ph.D. Ifasade, Oluwasola O. Jackson, Jacquelyn F. Jackson, Theopia R., Ph.D. Jenkins, Pamela L., Ph.D. Jenkins-Monroe, Valata, Ph.D. Jones, Lea Jones, Mary Ann Mandy, Lionel, Ph.D. Mariette, Gislene C., Ph.D. McDonald, Dorothy Mitchell, Horace, Ph.D. 3 3 3 4 8 9 9 9 10 12 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 13 14 28 28 28 29 31 32 34 35 36 36 36 36 36 36 37 37 38 38 39

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Monroe, Alta, Ph.D. Monteiro, Kenneth P., Ph.D. Moore, Sandra Morrow, Gloria, Ph.D. Murray, Carolyn, Ph.D. Nelson, Willene D., L.M.F.T, M.S. Nobles, Wade, Ph.D. Parham, Thomas, Ph.D. Patterson Jr., Aldrich M., Ph.D. Piper-Mandy, Erylene, Ph.D. Porter, Temille, Ph.D. Raphael, Philip J. Rowe, Daryl, Ph.D. Ruffin, Lanique Sanchez, Hector Schnurr, Lorraine, Ph.D. Shorter-Gooden, Kumea Smith, Carl Snowden, Lonnie R., Ph.D. Stephenson, Ann-Marie Stoker-Mtume, Norma Sundayo, Judy Thomas, William A. Tucker, Dorothy M. Turner-Clark, Roslyn Waymon, Carrol Webb-Msemaji, Tifase’ White, Aaronette M White, Joseph, Ph.D. Williams-Flournoy, Doretha, M.S. Woods, V. Diane, Dr.P.H., M.S.N., RN Word, Carol O. Worrell, Frank C. Wright, Julia S. Wyatt, Gail, Ph.D. Wynne, Michael Highlighted Research: Tailored Prevention & Early Interventions That Work for Black People by African American Scholars

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Abdulmumin, E.M., Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist Association of Black Psychologists

Founder & CEO DuBois Institute 2060 University Ave. Chavez Center, Suite 102 Riverside, CA 92507 (951) 686-9930 emabdulmumin@gmail.com www.duboisinstitute.org

Scholarly Work
Abdulmumin, E.M. (1986). Prisoner Power and Survival. In, R. Cater, D. Glaser, and L.T. Wilkins, eds. Correctional Institutions (3rd ed.), Harper and Row.

Abdulmumin, Razyy, Psy.D. Clinical Psychologist

DuBois Institute 2060 University Ave. Chavez Center, Suite 102 Riverside, CA 92507 (951) 686-9930

Allen, Winnie M., Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association of Black Psychologists

1465 E. 103rd Street Los Angeles, CA 90002 4700 West Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90027 (323) 783-2600

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Ashing-Giwa, Kimlin, Ph.D.

Director Center of Community Alliance for Research & Education, City of Hope 1500 East Duarte Road Duarte, California 91010 (626) 256-4673

Scholarly Work Ashing-Giwa, K., et al. An Integrated Cancer Control Initiative for Research Translation and Community Engagement. Under review. Ashing-Giwa, K. Towards a contextually responsive model of psycho-oncology interventions: a focus on cancer survivors. Under review. Ashing-Giwa, K. & Lim J.W. Examining the Impact of Socio-Economic Status and SocioEcologic Stress on Physical and Mental Health Quality of Life in Breast Cancer Survivors. In Press. Onc Nurs Forum. Ashing-Giwa, K. & Lim J.W. Predicting Physical Quality of Life among a Population Based Sample of Breast Cancer Survivors: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach. Under review. Ashing-Giwa, K., Tejero J., Kim J., Padilla G., Kagawa-Singer M., & Tucker M., A Population Based Study of HRQOL Disparities among a Multiethnic Sample of Cervical Cancer Survivors. Under review. Ashing-Giwa, K. & Lim J.W. Predicting Health-related Quality of Life: Testing the Contextual Model using Structural Equation Modeling. In press. Palos R., Ashing-Giwa, K. (2007). The Importance of Community and Culture in the Comprehensive Management of Pain. The Pain Practitioner, 17(2), pp. 10-19. Padilla G., Kagawa-Singer M., & Ashing-Giwa, K. (2007). Quality of Life and Culture. In King C, Hinds P, eds. Quality of Life: Issues in Oncology Nursing. Boston, MA: Jones and Barlett. In Press. Ashing-Giwa, K., Kim J., & Tejero J. (2008). Measuring Quality of Life among Cervical Cancer Survivors: Preliminary Assessment of Instrumentation Validity in a Cross-Cultural Study. Quality of Life Research, 17(1).

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Ashing-Giwa, K., Tejero J., Kim J., & Padilla G. (2007). Predictive Models of HRQOL in a Population-based, Multiethnic Sample of Women with Breast Carcinoma. Quality of Life Research, 16(3), pp. 413-428. Kim J., Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M., Tejero J. (2006). Breast Cancer among Asian Americans: is Acculturation Related to Health-related Quality of Life? Oncology Nursing Forum, 33(6), pp. E90-9. Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M., Padilla G., & Tejero J. (2006). Cervical Cancer among Latinas: A Qualitative Study. Psychosocial Oncology, 24(4), pp. 53-88. Ashing-Giwa, K., Padilla V., Bohorquez D., Tejero J., Garcia M. (2006). Understanding the Breast Cancer Experience of Latina Women. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 24(3), pp. 19-52. Ashing-Giwa, K. Infusing Culture into Oncology Research on Quality of Life. ONF, 33(1), pp. 31-36. Ashing-Giwa, K. (2005). The Contextual Model of HRQoL: A Paradigm for Expanding the HRQoL Framework. Qual Life Res, 14, pp. 297–307. Ashing-Giwa, K. (2005). Can a Culturally Responsive Model for Research Design Bring Us Closer to Addressing Participation Disparities? Ethnicity & Disease, 15(1), pp. 130-137. Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M., Padilla V., & Tejero J., et al. (2004). The Impact of Cervical Cancer and Dysplasia: a Qualitative, Multiethnic Study. Psychooncology, 13, pp. 709-728. Ashing-Giwa, K., Padilla G., Tejero J., Kim J. (2004). Breast Cancer Survivorship in a Multiethnic Sample: Challenges in Recruitment and Measurement. Cancer, 101, pp. 450465. Ashing-Giwa, K., Padilla G., Tejero J., Kraemer J., Wright K., & Coscarelli A., et al. (2004). Understanding the Breast Cancer Experience of Women: A Qualitative Study of African American, Asian American, Latina and Caucasian Survivors. Psychooncology, 13, pp. 408-428. Ashing-Giwa, K., Kagawa-Singer M., Padilla G., Tejero J. (2003). Understanding Breast Cancer among Asian Women: A Qualitative Study. Psychooncology, 12(1), pp. 38-58. Taylor S., Parks C., Shorter-Gooden K., Johnson P., Burke E., & Ashing-Giwa, K., et al. In and Out of the Classroom: A Model for Multicultural Training in Clinical Psychology. In: E. Davis-Russell (Ed.) 2002. The California School of Professional Psychology Handbook on

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Multicultural Education, Research, Intervention, & Training. San Francisco, CA: JosseyBass Publishers, Inc. Durvasula R., & Ashing-Giwa, K. (2002). The Relevance of Theoretical Models of HIV Prevention and Intervention: Lessons Learned from African American Women. Psychol Foundations, 4(2), pp. 70-79. Ashing-Giwa, K., & Ganz P. (2000). The Effect of Timed Incentives on Subject Participation in a Study of Long-term Breast Cancer Survivors: Are There Ethnic Differences? JNMA, 92(11), pp. 528-532. Ashing-Giwa, K. (1999). Quality of Life and Psychosocial Outcomes in Long- term Breast Cancer Survivors: A Study of African American Women. Psychosoc Oncol, 17(3/4), pp. 47-62. Ashing-Giwa, K. (1999). The Recruitment and Retention of African American Women into Cancer Control Studies. JNMA, 91(5), pp. 255-260. Ashing-Giwa, K., Ganz P., & Petersen L. (1999). Quality of Life in African American and White Long- term Breast Cancer Survivors. Cancer, 85(2), pp. 418-426. Ashing-Giwa, K. (1999). Examining the Socio-cultural Relevance of Breast Cancer Screening Models for African-American women. Women & Health, 28(4), pp. 53-71. Wyatt G., Myers H., Ashing-Giwa, K. & Durvasula R. The Socio-Cultural Factors in Sexual Risk-Taking Among Black Women and Men. The Black Family: Essays and Studies 1998, 6th edition. In R. Staples (Ed.). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publications. Wyatt G., Desmond K., Ganz P., Rowland J., Ashing-Giwa, K. & Meyerowitz B. (1998). Sexual Functioning and Intimacy in African-American and White Breast Cancer Survivors. Women’s Health: Research on Gender, Behavior & Policy, 4(4), pp. 385-405. Ashing-Giwa, K. & Ganz P. (1997). Understanding the Experience of Breast Cancer in AfricanAmerican Women. Psychosoc Oncol, 15(2), pp. 19-35.

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Bastien, Rochelle T., Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist Association of Black Psychologists

9040 Friars Road, Suite 420 San Diego, CA 92108 (619) 285-1323 Fax: (619) 284-6770

Scholarly Work Jacob, T.C., Penn, N.E., Giebrink, J., and Bastien R.T. A comparison of breast self examination and clinical examination. Journal of National Medical Association, 1994, 86, 40-45. Bastien, R.T. and Adelman, H.S. The impact of coercive referral and perceived choice upon adolescents in rehabilitative treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1984, 52, 170-171. Compas, B.E, Bandes, R.R., Bastien, R.T. and Adelman, H.S. Parent and child casual attributions related to the child’s clinical problem. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 1981, 9, 389-397 Myers, H.F., Bastien, R.T. and Miles, R.E. Life Stress, health and blood pressure variability in black college students. Journal of Black Psychology, 1983, 9, (1-25)

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Beavers, Ronald, Ph.D.
Association of Black Psychologists

Positive Imagery Foundation President and CEO 5906 7th Ave., Suite 1 Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 294-9300

Scholarly Work Beavers, R. (2009). "Multiple Incremental Themes and Figure/Path Relations". In Tova Friedman and Satoshi Ito (eds.), SALT XVIII, 90-107. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

Block, Carolyn
Association of Black Psychologists

P.O. Box 320637 San Francisco, CA 94132

Brown, Gay
Association of Black Psychologists

4830 Orinda Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043

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Butler-Byrd, Nola, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
San Diego State University Association of Black Psychologists

5500 Campanile Dr. San Diego, CA 92182 (619) 594-3128 nbutler@mail.sdsu.edu

Scholarly Work Butler-Byrd, N. (2004). Cultivating hearts that yearn for transformative social justice: The impact of experiential multicultural education on graduate-level counseling students. Unpublished Dissertation, Claremont Graduate University & San Diego State University, Claremont, CA. Butler-Byrd, N., Nieto, J., & Senour, M. N. (in press). Community-based multicultural counselor preparation as a site of praxis and social justice. Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education. Butler-Byrd, N., Nieto, J., & Senour, M. N. (2006). Working successfully with diverse students and communities: The Community Based Block counselor preparation program. Urban Education, 41(4), 376-401. Butler-Byrd, N. (in press). An African American supervisor’s reflections on multicultural supervision, Training and Education in Professional Psychology. Butler-Byrd, N. (2009). Historical identity development patterns and contemporary multicultural identity in first, second and third generation counseling students. Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education, 6(1), 21-31. Butler-Byrd, N. (2009). Preparing culturally responsive practitioners for social advocacy and systemic change using dialogic and democratic decision-making processes in multicultural context. Social Advocacy and Systems Change, 1(2). Butler-Byrd, N., Nieto, J., & Senour, M. N. (2008). Community-based multicultural counselor preparation as a site of praxis and social justice. Journal of Praxis in Multicultural Education, 3(1), 17-38. Butler-Byrd, N., Nieto, J., & Senour, M. N. (2006). Working successfully with diverse students and communities: The Community Based Block counselor preparation program. Urban Education, 41(4), 376-401.

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Butler-Byrd, N. (2004). Book review. [Review of the book Teaching against global capitalism and the new imperialism: A critical pedagogy. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 3. Butler-Byrd, N. (2009). Linking the academic with practical application for community practice competence from a counselor preparation program’s perspective. The Community Psychologist, 42(1), 35-40. Butler-Byrd, N. (2009). Community-Based Block: An uncommon ground for multicultural counselor preparation and life focus. In B. O’Neill (Ed.), Psychotherapy, community and life focus (pp. 269-284).Wollongong, AU: Ravenwood Press. Butler-Byrd, N., & Jangu, M. (2009). A past is not a heritage: Reclaiming indigenous principles for social justice and the education of people of African descent. In J. Andrzejewski, M. Baltodano, & L. Symcox (Eds.), Social justice, peace, and eco-justice standards: A transformative framework for educators (pp. 193-215). New York: Rutledge. Butler-Byrd, N. (2007). A response to chapter 14: The question of racism. In G. Monk, J. M. Winslade, & S. Sinclair (Eds.) New horizons in multicultural counseling (p. 378-380). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. Butler-Byrd, N. Using deliberative democracy to prepare counselors for social justice: Training outcomes in community practice. Manuscript development is currently underway for submission to the Journal for Social Action in Counseling Psychology. Butler-Byrd, N. Articulating community practice competencies: An examination of training outcomes and implications from community practitioners. Preparing to submit to The Community Psychologist. Data analysis is currently underway. Robinson-Zañartu, C., Butler-Byrd, N., Cook-Morales, V., Dauphinais, P., Charley, E., & Bonner, M. School psychologists working with Native American youth: Training, competence, and needs. Preparing to submit to the International Journal of School Psychology. Robinson-Zañartu, C., Butler-Byrd, N., Cook-Morales, V., Green, T.D., Senour, M. N., Lim, S. L. Systemic approaches to multicultural training in counseling and school psychology programs. Preparing to submit to the Journal of Diversity in Higher Education. Butler-Byrd, N. African American experiences in multicultural education. Preparing to submit to the Journal of Black Psychology.

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Chase, Myron W.
Association of Black Psychologists

P.O. Box 19300 Oakland, CA 94619

Clark, Carl G., Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist

7860 Mission Center Ct., Suite 202 San Diego, CA 92108 (619) 542-1397 theclarksrshrinks@yahoo.com

Clark, Le Ondra, Ph.D. Psychologist UCLA Medical Center Association Black Psychologists

510 S. Normandie, #201 Los Angeles, CA 90020

Connor, Michael Association Black Psychologists

207 Centre Ct. Alameda, CA 94502 (415) 955-2071 mconnor@alliant.edu

Cook, Rudolph E., Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

1094 Pomeroy West Santa Clara, CA 95051 95 South Market Street, Suite 300 San Jose, CA 95113 (408) 995-3215

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Contact Information 5560 Bedford Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90056 9219 S. Broadway Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90003 (323) 111-3120

Curry, Alpha O. Regional Coordinator Association of Black Psychologists

Greater Los Angeles MLK Day of Service Coalition

P.O. Box 874 Adelanto, CA 92301 (909) 272-6440 www.greaterlamlkdayofservice.org

Davis, Cynthia A. Association Black Psychologists

2013 Royal Oaks Dr. Duarte, CA 91010

Davis, Ramona Association Black Psychologists

1023 Lindencliff St. Torrance, CA 90502

Davis, Claytie III, Ph.D. Psychologist University of California, Berkeley

2222 Bancroft Way Berkeley, CA 94720 (510) 642-9336

Dunn, Sandra R. Association Black Psychologists

691 Rosal Ave. Oakland, CA 94610

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Fairchild, Halford H., Ph.D.
Professor Pitzer College Association of Black Psychologists

3983 Shedd Terrace Culver City, CA 90232

Scholarly Work Fairchild, H.H. (2004).Solving the ‘acid tests’ of African psychology. Pp. 213-220 in R.E. Jones (Ed.), Black Psychology (Fourth Edition). Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry, Publishers. Fairchild, H.H. (2004). A woman named Truth: Sojourner Truth. Music CD. Culver City: Black/African American History Records. Fairchild, H.H., & Whitten, L. & Richard, H.W. (2003). Teaching African American psychology: Resources and Strategies. Pp. 195-206 in P. Bronstein & K. Quina (Eds.), Teaching gender and multicultural awareness: Resources for the psychology classroom. (2nd edition). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. Fairchild, H.H. (2002). Free at last. Psych Discourse, 33 (12), 15. [Fiction.] Fairchild, H.H. (December 22, 2002). Lott, Bratton: History forgives and instructs. Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, Page A25. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2002). The world wide web of African psychology. Psych Discourse, 33(6-7). Fairchild, H.H. (2002). Crisis: Danger and opportunity. Psych Discourse, 33(6-7), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2002). Ethical standards of Black psychologists. Psych Discourse, 33(3-5). Fairchild, H.H. (2002). My bad; our bad. Psych Discourse, 33(3-5), 3, 12. Fairchild, H.H. (February 24, 2002). SAT: The sacred cow of higher education, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin, page A21. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2002). White privilege. Psych Discourse, 33(1-2).

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Fairchild, H.H. (2002). Denzel. Psych Discourse, 33(1-2), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). The non-war on Klan terrorism. Psych Discourse, 32(12). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). African rituals. Psych Discourse, 32(11). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). Rituals without substance. Psych Discourse, 32(11), 3 Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). Retaliating terror. Psych Discourse, 32(10). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). Naming my fears. Psych Discourse, 32(10), 3 Fairchild, H.H. (2001). A wake-up call for peace. Psych Discourse, 32(10), 18-19. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). Our legacy. Psych Discourse, 32(9). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). Can Blacks be racist? Psych Discourse, 32(9), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). To be African…. Psych Discourse, 32(8). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). Why ABPsi in the 21st Century? Psych Discourse, 32(8), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). Yoruba values and extramarital affairs. Psych Discourse, 32(6-7). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). Social context and Black identity. Psych Discourse, 32(5). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). An authentic Black psychology. Psych Discourse, 32(5), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). A tribute to Khalid Muhammad. Psych Discourse, 32(4). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). Policing the police. Psych Discourse, 32(4), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). Strategic planning. Psych Discourse, 32(3). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). American (in)justice. Psych Discourse, 32(3), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (2001). How to write the op-ed article. Psych Discourse, 32(3), 10-11. Fairchild, H.H. (February 26, 2001). SAT’s ‘halo effect’ casts a long shadow. Los Angeles Times, page B7. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). The ABPsi student circle. Psych Discourse, 32(2).

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Fairchild, H.H. (2001). (Un)Standardized tests. Psych Discourse, 32(2), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2001). From bleeding to healing. Psych Discourse, 32(1). Fairchild, H.H. (2001). “Wealth creates culture”? Psych Discourse, 32(1), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2000). Call to action. Psych Discourse, 31(12). Fairchild, H.H. (2000). Understanding wealth and poverty. Psych Discourse, 31(12), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2000). Sunsum as conscious energy. Psych Discourse, 31(11). Fairchild, H.H. (2000). The myth of objectivity. Psych Discourse, 31(11), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (2000). A (truly) new world order. Psych Discourse, 31(11), 10-12. [fiction] Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2000). “Indiginization” of African psychology. Psych Discourse, 31(10). Fairchild, H.H. & Basu, D. (2000). How Africa developed the world. Psych Discourse, 31(10), 12-13. Fairchild, H.H. (September 11, 2000). Modern-day racism masks its ugly head. Los Angeles Times, Part B, p. 7. Reprinted in the September, 2000 issue of Amakulu: Newsletter of the Southern California Association of Black Psychologists (Los Angeles, CA), pp. 1, 4. Fairchild, H.H. (2000). HIV/AIDS: A call to action. Psych Discourse, 31(9), 3. Fairchild, H.H. & Basu, D. (2000). Continuing struggles in Black studies. Psych Discourse, 31(9), 11. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2000). (Mis)Assessment. Psych Discourse, 31(9). Fairchild, H.H. (2000). I-ABPsi. Psych Discourse, 31(8). 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2000). Akwaaba (Welcome!). Psych Discourse, 31(8). Fairchild, H.H. (2000). July 5th. Psych Discourse, 31(7), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (2000). Convention 2000: The Journey Home. Psych Discourse, 31(7). Fairchild, H.H. (2000). African American psychology. In Alan E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology. NY: Oxford University Press and The American Psychological Association.

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Fairchild, H.H. (November 15, 1999). Truth sought in Landrum case. Inland Valley Our Times (Los Angeles Times), 2. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). African American women and alcohol. Psych Discourse, 30(11). Fairchild, H.H. (1999). Henry Louis Gates: Get out of Africa! Psych Discourse, 30(11), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Countering low achievement. Psych Discourse, 30(10). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). A curriculum in African psychology. Psych Discourse, 30(9). Fairchild, H.H. (1999). A raging inferno. Psych Discourse, 30(9), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Experiencing Ma’at. Psych Discourse, 30(7&8). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Toward a global curriculum. Psych Discourse, 30(5&6). Fairchild, H.H. (1999). Racism: Pernicious even in war. Psych Discourse, 30(5&6), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Out of APA: The history of Black psychology. Psych Discourse, 30(4). Fairchild, H.H. (1999). World War III. Psych Discourse, 30(4), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Philosophical Consciencism. Psych Discourse, 30(3). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Aya (The Fern): Endurance & Perseverance. Psych Discourse, 30(2). Fairchild, H.H. (1999). Meanings of Black History Month. Psych Discourse, 30(2), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1999). Ma’at and The ABPsi. Psych Discourse, 30(1). Fairchild, H.H. (1999). 1999: Imperatives. Psych Discourse, 30(1), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). A Tribute to Kwame Turé. Psych Discourse, 29(12). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). Making Fairness Impermissible. Psych Discourse, 29(12), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). The role of culture in health research. Psych Discourse, 29(11). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). On African rituals. Psych Discourse, 29(11), 3.

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Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). Familial Influences. Psych Discourse, 29(10). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). Organizational Maintenance. Psych Discourse, 29(10), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). John Henrik Clarke. Psych Discourse, 29(9). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). Rejuvenation, 1998. Psych Discourse, 29(9), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). Black psychology and South Africa. Psych Discourse, 29(7&8). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). Tribute to Mzee John Henrik Clarke. Psych Discourse, 29(7&8), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). Racism in psychology. Psych Discourse, 29(5&6). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). It costs to be the boss. Psych Discourse, 29(5&6), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). African Neuroscience. Psych Discourse, 29(4). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). Taxation Oppression. Psych Discourse, 29(4), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). A Eulogy for W. Curtis Banks. Psych Discourse, 29(3). Fairchild, H.H. (1998). The psychological costs of gang violence. Psych Discourse, 29(3):3-16. Fairchild, H.H. (1998). What do we do about their hands around our throat? Psych Discourse, 29(2): 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1998). African psychology: A systems view. Psych Discourse, 29(2). Fairchild, H.H., & Cowan, G. (1997). The O.J. Simpson trial: Challenges to science and society. Journal of Social Issues, 53(3), 583-591. Cowan, G., & Fairchild, H.H. (Eds.). (1997). The O.J. Simpson trial: Research and theory on the dynamics of ethnicity. Journal of Social Issues, 53(3). Cowan, G., & Fairchild, H.H. (Eds.). (1997). Introduction to the issue. Journal of Social Issues, 53(3), 409-415. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). ORI-IRE: Properly Aligned Consciousness. Psych Discourse, 26(9). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995) Convention Program - The Maafa, Media and the Mind: Keys to Illuminating the African Spirit. Washington, D.C.: The Association of Black Psychologists.

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Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). The state of the association, 1995. Psych Discourse, 26(8). Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Placing Blacks at center of psychology. Los Angeles Times, July 31, 1995 (City Times Section, page 12). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). Themes of Blackness. Psych Discourse, 26(7). Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Unmasking pseudoscience: Comments on "How skewed is The Bell Curve?" The Journal of Black Psychology, 21(3), 297-299. Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Ethnic diversity in L.A. County law firms: Findings from the survey by the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles County Bar Association. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). The ABPsi African Healers Project. Psych Discourse, 26(6). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). Interview with Robert L. Williams. Psych Discourse, 26(5). Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Our business. Psych Discourse, 26(5):3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). Light from ancient Africa. Psych Discourse, 26(4). Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Students: Our future! Psych Discourse, 26(4):3. Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Removing the asterisk of White privilege. Psych Discourse, 26(4):4. Fairchild, H.H. (1995). From predation to cultural sensitivity. Contemporary Psychology, 40(3), 248-249. Fairchild, H.H. (February 5, 1995). Why Black history is not just for Blacks. Los Angeles Times, Part M, Page 6. [Reprinted in several newspapers in the U.S. on different days and with different titles.] Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). Holistic views of violence. Psych Discourse, 26(3). [Also, principal author of "A holistic view of American violence: A position paper on the Federal Violence Initiative" by The Association of Black Psychologists, in this issue.] Fairchild, H.H. (1995). Redefining violence. Psych Discourse, 26(3):3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). Debunking The Bell Curve. Psych Discourse, 26(2). Fairchild, H.H. (1995). On animalizing African people. Psych Discourse, 26(2):3.

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Francis, J., Rose, A., & Fairchild, H. (1995). Debunking The Bell Curve. Psych Discourse, 26(2), 14-21. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1995). Research psychology and struggle. Psych Discourse, 26(1). Fairchild, H.H. (1995). A call to Black psychologists. Psych Discourse, 26(1):3. Fairchild, H.H., Yee, A.H., Wyatt, G., & Weizmann, F. (1995). Readdressing psychology's problems with race. American Psychologist, 50(1), 46-47. Fairchild, H.H. (1994). Frantz Fanon's Wretched of the Earth in contemporary perspective. The Journal of Black Studies, 25(2), 191-199. Fairchild, H.H. (1994). Whither liberation? A critique of a critique. The Journal of Black Psychology, 20(3), 367-371. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). To enliven the African spirit. Psych Discourse, 26(12). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Our international agenda. Psych Discourse, 26(11). Fairchild, H.H. (1994). The Bell Curve: Part of the Maafa. Psych Discourse, 26(11), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (1994). Transitions: Remembering John McAdoo. Psych Discourse, 26(11), 3. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Reclaiming our traditions. Psych Discourse, 26(10). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Presidents' convention messages. Psych Discourse, 26(9). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). The tradition of eldership. Psych Discourse, 26(8). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). The wisdom of our foremothers. Psych Discourse, 26(7). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Tribute to Joseph White. Psych Discourse, 26(6). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Health care reform. Psych Discourse, 26(5). Fairchild, H.H. (1994). Why we take pride in Egypt: A reaction to Azuonye (1994). Psych Discourse, 26(5):15. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Applying Africentricity. Psych Discourse, 26(4). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Creating spiritual aerobics. Psych Discourse, 26(3).

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Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). The testing struggle. Psych Discourse, 26(2). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1994). Gifted children. Psych Discourse, 26(1). Fairchild, H.H. & Fairchild, D.G. (1993). African Americans and Korean immigrants: Cultures in conflict. Pp. 167-174 in E.R. Myers (Editor), Challenges of a changing America: Perspectives on immigration and multiculturalism in the United States. San Francisco: Austin & Winfield. Yee, A., Fairchild, H.H., Weizmann, F., & Wyatt, G. (1993). Addressing psychology's problems with race. American Psychologist, 48(11), 1132-1140. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Psychological storms. Psych Discourse, 24(12). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Parental influences. Psych Discourse, 24(11). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Extended family. Psych Discourse, 24(10). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Healing and liberation: Critical challenges. Psych Discourse, 24(9). Fairchild, H.H. (1993). Confronting White supremacy. Psych Discourse, 24(9):11. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). International connections. Psych Discourse, 24(8). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Identity, Afrocentricity, and adjustment. Psych Discourse, 24(7). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Gender Studies: II. Men. Psych Discourse, 24(6). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Gender Studies: I. Women. Psych Discourse, 24(5). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Save the children. Psych Discourse, 24(4). Fairchild, H.H. (April 19, 1993). Drip by drip, the indignities go on. Los Angeles Times, Part B, p. 7. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Manhood training. Psych Discourse, 24(3). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). Actions on the "Federal Violence Initiative." Psych Discourse, 24(2). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1993). From alienation to liberation. Psych Discourse, 24(1).

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Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). The Federal Violence Initiative. Psych Discourse, 23(9). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). Towards an optimal psychology. Psych Discourse, 23(8). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). 1992 National Convention: In review. Psych Discourse, 23(7). Boyles, P., Myers, L.J., & Fairchild, H.H. (1992). A rap on race: Excerpts from the Peter Boyles Show. Psych Discourse, 23(7), 10-15. Fairchild, H. H. (August 14, 1992). Take a chance on hope. Los Angeles Times, Part B, page 7. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). 1992 National Convention preview. Psych Discourse, 23(6). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). Los Angeles injustice: The fire this time. Psych Discourse, 23(5). Fairchild, H.H. (1992). Los Angeles's epilepsy of violence. Psych Discourse, 23(5), 10-11. Fairchild, H. H. (May 13, 1992). Aren't they really us? Los Angeles Times, Part B, page 7. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). Afrocentric psychology. Psych Discourse, 23(4). Fairchild, H.H. (1992). Psychological transcendence: From Negro to Black to African American. Psych Discourse, 23(4). Huston, A. C., Donnerstein, E., Fairchild, H., Feshbach, N., Katz, P., Murray, J., Rubinstein, E., Wilcox, B. & Zuckerman, D. (1992). Big World/Small Screen: The Role of Television in American Society. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1992). Focus on families. Psych Discourse, 23(3). Fairchild, H.H. (1992). The ABPsi's future: A dream. Psych Discourse, 23(3), 5. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1991). Convention keynote issue. Psych Discourse, 23(2). Fairchild, H.H. (1991). Essence of "Scientific racism." Psych Discourse, 23(2), 13-14. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1991). 23rd Anniversary issue: 1991 Convention in review. Psych Discourse, 23(1). Fairchild, H.H. (1991). On being "more better." Psych Discourse, 23(1):6-7. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1991). 1991 Convention theme issue: Reaffirming our identity: Africentric psychology in the 21st century. Psych Discourse, 22(6).

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Fairchild, H.H. (1991). A letter to the Smithsonian. Psych Discourse, 22(6):31. Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1991). Special issue:1991 Convention preview. Psych Discourse,22(5). Fairchild, H.H. (Ed.). (1991). Special issue: Testing and "Attention Deficit Disorders." Psych Discourse, 22(4). Fairchild, H.H. (1991). Freedom? Psych Discourse, 22(4):19-20. Fairchild, H. H. (1991). Scientific Racism: The cloak of objectivity. Journal of Social Issues, 47(3), 101-115. Fairchild, H. H., Ortiz-Franco, L., Nakanishi, D., & Stiffarm, L. (Eds.). (1991). Prejudice and Discrimination: An Annotated Bibliography. San Diego, CA: Westerfield Enterprises. Fairchild, H. H. (1991). Book Review: Psychological Principles and the Black Experience by Lawrence N. Houston. The Journal of Black Psychology, 17(2), 79-82. Fairchild, H. H. (Ed.). (1991). 23rd Anniversary Issue: 1991 Convention in Review. Psych Discourse, 23 (September/October), No. 1. Fairchild, H. H. (1991). On being "More Better." Psych Discourse, 23(1):6-7. Fairchild, H. H. (Ed.). (1991). 1991 Convention Theme Issue: Reaffirming our Identity: Africentric Psychology in the 21st Century. Psych Discourse, 22 (July/August), No. 6. Fairchild, H. H. (1991). Letter to the Smithsonian. Psych Discourse, 22(6), 31. Fairchild, H. H. (1991). The ABPsi General Assembly: A (Partial) Chronology. Psych Discourse, 22(6), 33-39. Fairchild, H. H. (Ed.). (1991). Special Issue: 1991 Convention Preview. Psych Discourse, 22(5) Fairchild, H. H., & Fairchild, D. G. (May 5, 1991). World-class tensions: Ethnic rivalry heats up Southern California. Los Angeles Times, Part M, page 2. Fairchild, H. H. (March 24, 1991). A sad tale of persecuted minorities. Los Angeles Times, Part M, pages 1& 6. Fairchild, H. H. (Ed.). (1991). Special Issue: 1991 Convention Registration! Psych Discourse, 22 (November, 1990 - February, 1991), Nos. 2-3. Fairchild, H. H. (1991). The psychology of war: U.S. vs. Iraq. Psych Discourse, 22(2-3), 7-8.

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Fairchild, H. H. (December 5, 1990). Today's America needs many tongues. Los Angeles Times, Part B, page 7. Fairchild, H. H. (Ed.). (1990). Psych Discourse, 22(1) No. 1. Fairchild, H. H. (May 25, 1990). Look for remedies, not scapegoats. Los Angeles Times, Part B, page 7. Padilla, A., Fairchild, H. H., & Valadez, C. (Eds.). (1990a). Bilingual Education: Issues and Strategies. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Padilla, A., Fairchild, H. H., & Valadez, C. (Eds.). (1990b). Foreign Language Education: Issues and Strategies. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Fairchild, H. H., & Padilla, A. (1990a). Innovations in bilingual education: Contributions from foreign language education. Pp. 244-254 in A. Padilla, H. Fairchild, and C. Valadez (Eds.), Bilingual Education: Issues and Strategies. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Fairchild, H. H., & Padilla, A. (1990b). Innovations in foreign language education: contributions from bilingual education. Pp. 238-249 in A. Padilla, H. Fairchild, and C. Valadez (Eds.), Foreign Language Education: Issues and Strategies. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Fairchild, H. H., & Edwards-Evans, S. (1990). African American dialects and schooling: A review. Pp. 75-86 in A. Padilla, H. Fairchild, and C. Valadez (Eds.), Bilingual Education: Issues and Strategies. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Lindholm, K. L., & Fairchild, H. H. (1990). First year evaluation of an elementary school bilingual immersion program. Pp. 126-136 in A. Padilla, H. Fairchild, and C. Valadez (Eds.), Bilingual Education: Issues and Strategies. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Fairchild, H. H. (February 2, 1990). Overcoming captivity to the worst in us. Los Angeles Times, part B, page7. Fairchild, H. H. (December 19, 1989). A whole community faces a life sentence of neglect. Los Angeles Times, part B, p. 7. Padilla, A., Fairchild, H. H., & Valadez, C. (Eds.). (1989). Advances in Language Education. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Language Education and Research. Valadez, C. M., Padilla, A. M., Chang, M. D., & Fairchild, H. (1989). Beginning to read among monolinguals (Educational Report No. 16). Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Language Education and Research.

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Lindholm, K. J., & Fairchild, H. H. (1988). Evaluation of an "exemplary" bilingual immersion program (Technical Report No. 13). Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Language Education and Research. Murray, C., & Fairchild, H. H. (1989). Models of Black academic underachievement. In R. Jones (Ed.), Black Adolescents. Berkeley, CA: Cobb & Henry. Fairchild, H. H. (1988). Television, ethnicity, and social change. Division of Child, Youth, and Family Services Newsletter, 11(3), 4, 9. Fairchild, H. H. (1988). Radio careers: Prescriptions for stress. RadioFax, 1(2), 42. Fairchild, H. H. (1988). Glorification of things white. Journal of Black Psychology, 14(2), 7374. Fairchild, H. H. (1988). Curriculum design for Black (African--American) Psychology. In P. Bronstein & N. Kat (Eds.), Teaching the Psychology of People. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. Fairchild, H. H. (1988). Creating positive television images. Pp. 270-279 in S. Oskamp (Ed.), Television as a social issue. (Volume 8 of the Applied Social Psychology Annual). Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Fairchild, H. H. (September 16, 1987). N word should be odious from anyone. Los Angeles Times, Part II, p. 5. Fairchild, H. H. (August 6, 1987). Is it mirror-image we fear in Farrakhan? Los Angeles Times, Part II, p. 5. Fairchild, H. H. (April 12, 1987). Our 'ostrich mentality' towards racism. Los Angeles Times, Part V, p. 6. Fairchild, H. H., Stockard, R., & Bowman, P. (1986). Impacts of Roots: Evidence from the National Survey of Black Americans. Journal of Black Studies, 17. Fairchild, H. H. (1986). Positive Black Images on TV: A pilot project. In H. McAdoo (Ed.), Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Empirical Conference on Black Psychology. Washington, D.C.: National Institute of Education. Fairchild, H. H. (1985). Black, Negro, or Afro-American: The differences are crucial! Journal of Black Studies, 16(1), 47-55.

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Fairchild, H. H., Kemayo, K., LaFargue, M., Johnson, R., Evans, E., Alexander, V., Law, K., Johnson, T., Brown, M.-A., Doss, P., & Amivalah, H. (1985). Black singles: Gender differences in mate preferences and heterosexual attitudes. Western Journal of Black Studies, 9(2), 69-73. Fairchild, H. H., & Wright, C. (1984). A social-ecological assessment with feedbackintervention in an adolescent treatment agency. Adolescence, 19(74), 263-275. Fairchild, H. H. (1984). Civil rights in the U.S.: The social science literature. UCLA Center for Afro-American Studies Newsletter, 8(1), 13-14. Fairchild, H. H. (1984). School size, per-pupil expenditures, and academic achievement. Review of Public Data Use, 12, 221-229. Bhatt, A. K., & Fairchild, H. H. (1984). Values of convergence for Indian students in the United States. Psychological Reports, 55, 446. Fairchild, H. H. (1984). Teaching Black psychology. Western Journal of Black Studies, 8(1), 55-60. Fairchild, H. H. (1984). Creating, producing, and evaluating pro-social TV. The Journal of Educational Television, 10(3), 161-183. Fairchild, H. H., & Roberts, S. (Eds.). (1983). UCLA Afro-American Studies Catalog and Directory. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Afro-American Studies. Fairchild, H. H. (1983). Impacts of racism on white Americans by Benjamin P. Bowser and Raymond G. Hunt. [Book review.] International Social Science Review, 58(2), 116-117. Fairchild, H. H., & Tucker, M. B. (1982). Black residential mobility: Trends and characteristics. Journal of Social Issues, 38(3), 51-74. Fairchild, H. H. (Ed.). (1982). UCLA Afro-American Studies Catalog and Directory. Los Angeles, CA: UCLA Center for Afro-American Studies. Fairchild, H. H., & Cozens, J. A. (1981). Chicano, Hispanic, or Mexican American: What's in a name? Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 3(2), 191-198. Fairchild, H. H., & Steele, L. A. (1980). Predicting academic achievement: An ecological/economic perspective. UCLA Center for Afro-American Studies Newsletter, 4(2), 8-10.

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Fairchild, H. H. & Gurin, P. (1978). Traditions in the social-psychological analysis of race relations. American Behavioral Scientist, 21(5), 757-778. Fairchild, H. H. (1978). The epidemiology, treatment, and prevention of Phencyclidine (PCP) abuse: A pilot investigation. Los Angeles, CA: Central City Community Mental Health Center. Fairchild, H. H. (1977). An ecological analysis of interracial attitudes and behaviors in American high schools. Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of Michigan. Fairchild, H. H. (1975). Camper recruitment in southern region camps of the Youth Conservation Corps. In W.C. Morris, J. Johnston, A. J. Jaramillo, & W. R. McCullough (Eds.), Minorities in the Youth Conservation Corps: A Study of Cultural Groups in the 1974 YCC Program. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan. Fairchild, H. H. (1975). Minority-Majority relationships report. In W. C. Morris, J. Johnston, A. J. Jaramillo, & W. R. McCullough (Eds.), Minorities in the Youth Conservation Corps: A Study of Cultural Groups in the 1974 YCC Program. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan. Fairchild, H. H. (1975). Typical camp summary reports. In W. C. Morris, J. Johnston, A. J. Jaramillo, & W. R. McCullough (Eds.), Minorities in the Youth Conservation Corps: A Study of Cultural Groups in the 1974 YCC Program. Ann Arbor, MI: Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan. Fairchild, H. H. (1972). We're not an act of goodwill -- We're a reality that has to be dealt with. Pan African Studies Society: A Journal of the Black Experience.

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Scholarly Work Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., & Gilbert, D. J. (2009). Culturecology, Women and AfricanCentered HIV Prevention. Journal of Black Psychology, 3(2), pp 228-246. Goddard, L., & Gilbert D. (2007). HIV Prevention Targeting African American Women: Theory, Objectives, and Outcomes from an African Centered Behavior Change Perspective. Family and Community Health, Supplement 2 to 30(15). Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., & Cavil, W. E. III. (2011). Agenda for the 21st Century: A Strategic Plan for the Empowerment of Black Men. Oakland, CA: A Family Institute Publication, Forthcoming, 2011. Goddard, L. (1996). Transracial Adoptions: Unanswered Theoretical and Conceptual Issues, Journal of Black Psychology, 22(2). Goddard, L., & Nobles, W. W. (1996). The African-Based Childrearing Opinion Survey. In R. Jones (ed.) Handbook of Tests and Measurements for Black Populations. Goddard, L. (1993). An African-centered Model of Prevention for African-American Youth at High-Risk. (Editor) Washington, D.C.: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Technical Report 6, DHHS Publication No. (SMA) 93-2015. Goddard, L. (1993). Background and Scope of the Alcohol and Other Drug Problem. In L. Goddard (ed.), An African-centered Model of Prevention for African-American Youth at High-Risk. Washington, D.C.: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Technical Report 6, DHHS Publication No. (SMA) 93-2015. Goddard, L., & Nobles, W. W. (1993). An African-centered Model of Prevention for AfricanAmerican Youth at High-Risk. In L. Goddard (ed.), An African-centered Model of Prevention for African-American Youth at High-Risk. Washington, D.C.: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Technical Report 6, DHHS Publication No. (SMA) 93-2015.

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Goddard, L. (1993). The Role of Family in Alcohol and Other Drug Use Prevention. In. CSAP Prevention Monograph - 13, The Second National Conference on Preventing and Treating Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse, HIV Infection, and AIDS in Black Communities: From Advocacy to Action. Washington, D.C.: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Prevention Monograph 13 DHHS Publication No. (ADM) 93-1969. Goddard, L. (1991). You Can Teach Wisdom: Ways to Motivate Black Males. In H. Perkins and B. Bowser (eds.) Black Male Adolescents: Parenting and Education in Community Context. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Goddard, L., & Cavil, W. E. III. (1989). Black Teenage Parenting: Issues and Challenges. In R. Jones (ed.) Black Adolescents, Berkeley, CA: Cobb and Henry Publishers. Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., Cavil, W. E. III, & George, P. Y. (1987). African-American Families: Issues, Insights and Directions. Oakland, CA: A Black Family Institute Publications. Goddard, L. (1987). Special Health Considerations Concerning African-Americans, Roots Journal, 1(1), Spring/Summer. Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., Cavil, W. E. III, & George, P. Y. (1987). A Clear and Present Danger: The Effects of Drugs and Drug-Trafficking on the Mental Health of Black Children and Families in Oakland. A Final Report, Submitted to Alameda County, CA. Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., Cavil, W. E. III, & George, P. Y. (1987). The Climate of Drugs and Service Delivery: The Impact of Drug-Trafficking and Drug-Related Behavior on Service Delivery in County Funded Agencies. A Final Report, Submitted to Alameda County, CA. Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., & Cavil, W. E. III. (1985). The Km Ebit Husia: Authoritative Utterances of Exceptional Insights for the Black Family. Oakland, CA: A Black Family Institute Publication. Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., & Cavil, W. E. III. (1985). The Psychology of Black Girls Becoming Mothers: The Female Side of Black Teenage Pregnancy. Oakland, CA: A Black Family Institute Publication. Goddard, L., Nobles, W. W., & Cavil, W. E. III. (1985). The Psychology of Black Boys Becoming Fathers: The Male Side of Black Teenage Pregnancy. Oakland, CA: A Black Family Institute Publication. Goddard, L., & Nobles, W. W. (1984). Understanding the Black Family: A Guide for Scholarship and Research. Oakland, CA: A Black Family Institute Publication.

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Goddard, L., & Lipscomb, W. R. (1984). Black Family Features and Drinking Behavior. Journal of Drug Issues, Spring. Goddard, L., & Nobles, W. W. (June 1977). Consciousness, Adaptability and Coping Strategies: Socio-Economic Characteristics and Ecological Issues in Black Families, Western Journal of Black Studies, 1(2). Goddard, L. (March – April 1976). Portraits in Black: Demographic Features of Black Families. Inside Westside, 4(2).

Graham, LeMonte E., Ed.D. Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

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Associate Dean of the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts Professor Clinical Psychologist National President Association of Black Psychologists Scholarly Work

Loyola Marymount University 1 LMU Drive, Suite 4600 Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 338-2716 Cheryl.Grills@lmu.edu  

Grills, C. (Accepted for Publication 2008). African Psychology: Reflections and Refinements. In: Mkize, N. (Ed) African Psychology. Pretoria, South Africa: Van Schaik. Grills, C. (2006). Afterward. In W. Nobles (Ed). Seeking the sakhu: Foundational writings for an African psychology. Chicago: Third World Press. Grills, C. (2004). African psychology. In R. Jones (Ed). African Psychology. Hampton, VA: Cobb and Henry. Grills, C. (2004). African psychology. A rejoinder. In R. Jones (Ed). African Psychology. Hampton, VA: Cobb and Henry. Grills, C. (2004). To be an African psychologist: A pilgrimage to Iwa Pele. Psych Discourse. 36(2), 5-7. Grills, C. (2003). Substance Abuse and African Americans. In D. Gilbert & E. Wright (Eds.), African American women living with HIV: The need for critical responses. Praeger Press. Grills, C. (2002). African psychology. In T. Parham (Ed.), Counseling persons of African descent. Woodland Hills: Sage Publications. Grills, C., & Ajei, M. (2002). African-centered conceptualizations of self and consciousness: The Akan model. In T. Parham (Ed.), Counseling persons of African descent. Woodland Hills: Sage Publications. Grills, C., & Bass, K. (2001). African Americans and The Prison Industrial Complex. Community Psychologist - News Journal of Division 27 of the American Psychological Association. Longshore, D., & Grills, C. (2000). Motivating recovery from illegal drug use: Evidence for a culturally congruent intervention. Journal of Black Psychology, 26(3), 288-301.

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Longshore, D., & Grills, C, & Annon, K. (1999). Effects of a culturally congruent intervention on cognitive factors related to drug-use recovery. Substance Use and Misuse, 34(9), 12231241. Grills, C., & Rowe, D. (1998). African traditional medicine: Implications for African-centered approaches to healing. In R. Jones (Ed.), African American Mental Health, Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry. Grills, C., & Rowe, D. (1998). Research teams in ethnic communities. Drugs and Society, 14(12), 247-268. Co-published simultaneously in M.R. De La Rosa, B. Segal, & R. Lopez (Eds.), Conducting Drug Abuse Research with Minority Populations, Haworth Press, New York. Longshore, D., Grills, C., Anglin, M.D., & Annon, K. (1998) Treatment motivation among African American drug-using arrestees. Journal of Black Psychology, 24(2) 126-144. Longshore, D., & Grills, C., (1998). Drug problem recognition among African American drugusing arrestees. Addictive Behaviors, 23(2), 275-279. Longshore, D., Grills, C., Annon, K., & Grady, R., (1998). Promoting recovery from drug abuse: An Africentric intervention. Journal of Black Studies, 28(3), 319-333. Grills, C., & Longshore, D. (1996). Africentrism: Psychometric analysis of a self-report measure. Journal of Black Psychology, 22(1), 86-106. Grills, C., & Nobles, W. (1995). A covenant with destiny: The ABPsi African healers project; Psych Discourse, 26(6), 8-9. Grills, C. (1995). The African traditional healers project: A covenant. Psych Discourse, 26(6), 11-12. Grills, C., Bass, K., Brown, D., & Akers, A. (1995). Empowerment evaluation: Building upon a tradition of activism in the African American community. In D. Fetterman, A. Wandersman, & S. Kafterian (Eds.), Empowerment Evaluation: Knowledge and Tools for Self-Assessment and Accountability, 123-140, Sage, CA. Rowe, D., & Grills, C. (1993). African-centered drug treatment: An alternative conceptual paradigm for counseling African-American clients. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 25(1), 21-32.

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Hargrow, Mary E., Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

1016 S. Keniston Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90019 5820 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 857-0691 MEHargrow16@aol.com

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Huff-Musgrove, Robin, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist

Institute for Cultural Competency Training P.O. Box 672 Highland, CA 92346 (909) 425-2053 Cell: (951) 212-6370 Rhmusgrove@aol.com

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Ifasade, Oluwasola O. Association Black Psychologists

P.O. Box 2291 Fairfield, CA 94533

Jackson, Jacquelyn F. Association Black Psychologists

1247 Hearst Ave. Berkeley, CA 94702

Jackson, Theopia R., Ph.D. Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

136 Rassani Dr. Danville, CA 94506 747 52nd Street Oakland, CA 94609

Jenkins, Pamela L., Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

2648 International Blvd., Suite 111 Oakland, CA 94601 (415) 637-0695

Jenkins-Monroe, Valata, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

5665 College Ave., Suite 230 B Oakland, CA 94618 (510) 547-7792

Jones, Lea Association Black Psychologists

520 Van Buren Ave., #209 Oakland, CA 94610

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Jones, Mary Ann Association Black Psychologists

914 Divisadero St. San Francisco, CA 94115

Mandy, Lionel, Ph.D. Professor California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Association Black Psychologists

1250 Bellflower Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90840 (562) 985-8686 lmandy@csulb.edu

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Mariette, Gislene C., Ph.D.
Psychologist El Camino College Association Black Psychologists Scholarly Work

5455 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 2109 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (310) 677-1247 www.scabpsi.org

Mariette, G.C. (November 1990). Racial Identity Attitudes as predictors of Ego Functions/ Defense Mechanisms in African American adult school students. Dissertation, California Graduate Institute. Mariette, G.C. (June 1981). Investigated the relationship between depression and level of spinal cord injury in quadriplegic and paraplegic patients. Master's Thesis, Pepperdine University.

McDonald, Dorothy Association Black Psychologists

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Mitchell, Horace, Ph.D.
President California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB)

9001 Stockdale Hwy Bakersfield, CA 93311 (661) 654-2241 excellence@csub.edu

Scholarly Work Mitchell, H. (1991). “The Testing Game”, in Jones, R.L. (ed), Black Psychology, 3rd edition, Berkeley, CA: Cobb and Henry. Mitchell, H. (1980). “The Testing Game”, in Jones, R.L. (ed), Black Psychology, 2nd edition, Berkeley, CA: Cobb and Henry. Mitchell, H. (1978). “A Critical Analysis of the Testing Game.” Journal of Non-White Concerns in Personnel and Guidance, 6(3), pp. 110-118. Mitchell, H. (1978). “An Abridged Version of the 1975 Commission on Standardized Testing Report to APGA.” Journal of Non-White Concerns in Personnel Guidance, 6(3), pp. 100109. Mitchell, H. (1977). “Whatever Happened to ABPsi’s Moratorium on Testing: A 1968 to 1977 Reminder.” Journal of Black Psychology, IV(1 & 2), pp. 25-42. Mitchell, H. (1977). “The Testing Game.” Negro Educational Review, XXVIII(3 & 4), pp. 172182. Mitchell, H. (1976). “The Black Family: Strengths and Challenges. Proud, 7(2), pp. 22-26. Mitchell, H. (1976). “Testing and Student Classification, Conference Proceedings, Desegregation and Beyond: The Educational and Legal Issues. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, pp. 76-81.

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Monroe, Alta, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

Therapy with Dr. Alta Monroe 1505 Bridgeway, Suite 112 Sausalito, CA 94965 (415) 754-0075 draltamonroe@gmail.com www.draltamonroe.com

Monteiro, Kenneth P., Ph.D. Dean San Francisco State University Association Black Psychologists

1600 Holloway Ave., EP121 San Francisco, CA 94132 (415) 338-1694 monteiro@sfsu.edu

Moore, Sandra Association Black Psychologists

7559 Belpine Place Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730

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Morrow, Gloria, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist University of Levine Association Black Psychologists Scholarly Work Research Publications

GM Psychological Services 195 N. 3rd Ave. Upland, CA 91786 (909) 985-3773 dr_gloria_morrow@msn.com www.gloriamorrow.com

Morrow, G. (1997). Building diversity among school aged children. Presentations: A Journal of Faculty Papers, Vol. 10, 83-110 Morrow, G.P, Burris-Kitchen, D., & Der Karabetian, A. (2000). Assessing campus climate of cultural diversity: A focus on focus groups. College Student Journal, 34, 4, 589-602. Shepard, D., & Morrow, G. (2003). Critical Self-Monitoring. In J.A. Kottler. & W.P.Jones (Eds.) Doing better: Improving clinical skills and professional competence (pps, 27-50). New York: Brunner & Routledge. Gamst, G., Dana, R.H., Der-Karabetian, A., Aragon, M., Arellano, L., Morrow, G., & Martenson, L. (2004). Cultural competency revised: The California brief multicultural competence scale. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 37, 3, 163-183. Books Morrow, G. (in press). Don't date! Investigate. Upland, CA: Shining Glory Publications. Morrow, G. (2010). Create your blueprint for good success. Upland, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc. Morrow, G. (2010). A life plan portfolio. Upland, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc. Morrow, G. (2008). The things that make men cry. Upland, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc. Morrow, G. (2006). Keeping it real! 7 steps toward a healthier you. Pomona, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc.

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Morrow, G. (2005). Suffer in silence no more: Pomona, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc. Morrow, G. (2005). Strengthening the ties that bind: A guide to a healthy marriage. Pomona, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc. Morrow, G. (2003). Too broken to be fixed? A spiritual guide to inner healing.Pomona, CA: Shining Glory Publications, Inc.

Cultural Responsiveness Work Contributor to the development of the CBMCS (California Brief Multicultural Competency Scale) Curriculum One of the Master Trainers for the CBMCS 4-Day Training Program Developer of the 4-Day CBMCS Train-The-Trainer Program

Developer of Trainings entitled: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Africans Engaging the Faith Community in the Service Delivery to African Americans; The Role of Spirituality in Recovery

Commissioned by CIMH (California Institute of Mental Health) to author Recovery Begins with Hope! A Spirituality Toolkit

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Murray, Carolyn, Ph.D.
Professor University of California Riverside (UCR) Association Black Psychologists

900 University Ave. Riverside, CA 92521 (951) 317-7128 carolyn.murrary@ucr.edu

Scholarly Work Murray, C. B., & Fairchild, H. H. (1989). Model of Black adolescent underachievement. In R. Jones (Ed.), Black adolescents, pp. 229-245. Richmond, CA: Cobb & Henry. Murray, C. B., & Jackson, J. (1989). The conditioned failure model revisited. Reprinted in J. Owens Smith & C. E. Jackson (Eds.), Race and ethnicity: A study of intracultural socialization patterns, pp. 319-355. Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing. Murray, C. B., Khatib, S., & Jackson, M. (1989). Social indices and the Black elderly: A comparative life cycle approach to the study of double jeopardy. In R. Jones (Ed.), Black adult development and aging, pp. 167-186. Richmond, CA: Cobb & Henry. Murray, C. B., Smith, S. N., & West, E. H. (1989). Comparative personality development in adolescents: A critique. In R. Jones (Ed.), Black adolescents, pp.49-63. Richmond, CA: Cobb & Henry. Murray, C. B. & Smith, J. O. (1995). White privilege: The rhetoric and the facts. In D. A. Harris (Ed.). Multiculturalism from the margins: Non-dominant voices on difference and diversity, pp. 139-153. Bergin & Garvey: Westport, CT. Murray, C. B., & Peacock, M. J. (1996). A model free approach to the study of subjective wellbeing among African Americans. In H. W. Neighbors & J. S. Jackson (Eds.), Mental health in Black America, pp. 14-26. Newberry, CA: Sage. Peacock, M. J., Murray, C. B., Ozer, D, & Stokes, J. (1996). The development of the Black Family Process Q-sort. In R. Jones (Ed.), Handbook of tests and measurements for Black populations, 4, pp. 475-493. Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry. Murray, C. B. (1998). Racism and mental health. In H. S. Friedman (Ed.). Encyclopedia of mental health, 3, pp. 345-357. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.

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Khatib, S. M., & Murray, C. B. (1998). Competency and legitimacy as organizing dimensions of the Black self-concept. In R. Jones (Ed.), African American mental health, pp.187-205. Cobb & Henry Pub., Hampton, VA. Stokes, J. E., Murray, C. B., Chavez, D., & Peacock, M. J. (1998). Cross' stage model revisited: An analysis of theoretical formulations and empirical evidence. In R. L. Jones (Ed.), African American identity development, pp. 123-140. Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry. Stokes, J. E., Murray, C. B., Chavez, D., & Peacock, M. J. (1998). The Cross stage revisited: A rejoinder. In R. L. Jones (Ed.), African American identity development, pp. 171-181. Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry. Murray, C. B., & Jackson, J. (1999). The conditioned failure model revisited. In R. Jones (Ed.), African American children, youth, and parenting, pp. 51-82. Cobb & Henry Pub., Richmond, CA. Murray, C. B., Stokes, J. E., & Peacock, M. J. (1999). Racial socialization of African American children. In R. Jones (Ed.), African American children youth and parenting, pp. 209-230. Cobb & Henry Pub., Richmond, CA. Murray, C. B. (2001). Cultural determinants of health. In N. J. Smelser & P. B. Baltes (Eds.), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences, pp. 3147-3151. Pergamon. Murray, C. B., & Mandara, J. (2002). Racial identity development in African American children: Cognitive and experiential antecedents. In H. McAdoo (Ed.), Black children: Social and parental environments. Sage Publisher, Thousand Oakes, CA. Murray, C. B., & Mandara, J. (2003). An Assessment of racial socialization and ethnic identity as predictors of self-esteem. In D. Azibo (Ed.), Annals of African-centered psychology, pp. 293-325. Sage Publisher: Thousand Oaks, CA. Mandara, J., & Murray, C. B. (2007). How African American families can facilitate the academic achievement of their children: Implications for family-based interventions. In J. Jackson (Ed.). Strengthening the Educational Pipeline for African Americans: Informing Policy and Practice, pp. 165-186. State University of New York Press. Murray, C. (2008). Underachievement. In Darity, William A., Jr. (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition. 9 vols. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. Murray, C. (2008). Self-hatred. In Darity, William A., Jr. (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition. 9 vols. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008.

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Murray, C. (2008). Superordinate goals. In Darity, William A., Jr. (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd edition. 9 vols. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA, 2008. Murray, C. B., Smith, S. H., & West, E. H. (1998). Comparative personality development in adolescence: A critique. In E. Obinna (Ed.). Foundations of African-American education, pp. 163-176. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Inc. Murray, C. B., & Fairchild, H. (1998). Models of African-American adolescent academic underachievement. In E. Obinna (Ed.). Foundations of African-American education, pp. 103-115. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Inc. Murray, C. B., & Fairchild, H. (1998). The Conditioned Failure Model revisited. In E. Obinna (Ed.). Foundations of African-American education, pp. 203-230. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Inc. Murray, C. B., Kaiser, R., & Taylor, S. (2001). The OJ Simpson verdict: Predictors of innocent or guilty beliefs. In D. Funder & D. Ozer (Eds.). Pieces of the personality puzzle: Readings in theory and research (2nd. Edition), pp. 412-422. New York, NY: W. W. Norton. Bennett (Murray), C. E. (1976). Student's race, social class, and academic history as determinants of teacher expectation of student performance. Journal of Black Psychology, pp.71-86. Manson, S. Murray, C. B., & Cain, L. D. (1981). Ethnicity, aging, and support networks: An evolving methodological strategy. Journal of Minority Aging, 6(1&2), pp.11-37. Murray, C. B., & Jackson, J. (1982-83). The conditioned failure model of Black educational underachievement. Humboldt Journal of Social Relations, Fall/Winter, 10, pp.276-300. Murray, C. B., & Stahly, G. B. (1987). Some victims are derogated more than others. Western Journal of Black Studies, 11(4), pp.177-180. Murray, C. B., & Warden, R. (1992). Implications of self-handicapping strategies for academic achievement: A reconceptualization. Journal of Social Psychology, 132(1), pp. 23-37. Stokes, J. E., Murray, C. B., Peacock, J. M., & Kaiser, R. T. (1994). Assessing the reliability, factor structure, and validity of the African Self-Consciousness Scale in a non-college population. Journal of Black Psychology, 20(1), pp. 62-74. Murray, C. B. (1996). Estimating achievement performance: A confirmation bias. Journal of Black Psychology, 22(1), pp. 67-86.

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Murray, C. B., Kaiser, R., & Taylor, S. (1997). The OJ Simpson verdict: Predictors of innocent or guilty beliefs. The Journal of Social Issues, 53(3), pp. 455-475. Aguilar, M. L., Kaiser, R. T., Murray, C. B., & Ozer, D. J. (1998). Validation of an adjective qsort measure of the Big Five Personality Structure. Journal of Black Psychology, 24(2), pp. 145-163. Mandara, J., & Murray, C. B. (2000). The effects parental marital status, income, and family functioning on African-American adolescent self-esteem. Journal of Family Psychology, 14(3), pp. 475-490. Mandara, J., & Murray, C. B. (2002). Development of an empirical typology of African American family functioning. Journal of Family Psychology, 16, pp. 318-337. Mandara, J., Murray, C. B., & Bangi, A. (2003). Predictors of African American adolescent sexual activity. Journal of Black Psychology, 29, pp. 337-356. Mandara, J., Murray, C. B., & Joyner, T. (2005). The impact of fathers’ absence on African American adolescents’ gender role development. Sex Roles, 53, pp. 207 - 220. Mandara, J., & Murray, C. B. (2006). Father’s absence and African American adolescent drug use. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 46, pp. 1 - 12. Kinon, M., & Murray, C. (2007). A profile of the college self-handicapper. University of California, Riverside: Undergraduate Research Journal, 1, pp. 13-17. Telesford, J., & Murray, C. (2008). Love a son, raise a daughter: A crosssectional examination of African American mothers’ parenting styles. University of California, Riverside: Undergraduate Research Journal, 2, pp. 53-59. Mandara, J., Johnston, J., Murray, C. B., & Varner, F. (2008). Marriage, money, and African American mothers’ self-esteem. Journal of Marriage and Family, 70, pp. 1188 -1199. Raman, A., Fitch, M. D., Hudes, M. L., Lustig, R.H., Murray, C. B., Ikeda, J. P., & Fleming, S. E. (2008). Baseline correlates of insulin resistance in inner city high-BMI AfricanAmerican children. Obesity, Silver Spring, 16(9), pp. 2039-45. Murray, C. B., Woods, V. D., Khatib, S. M., & McAdoo, H. P. (Guest Editors), Special Issue (2009). The psychology of health disparities among African Americans. Journal of Black Psychology, 35, p. 2.

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DiMatteo, M. R., Murray, C. B., & Williams, S. L. (2009). Gender disparities in physicianpatient communication among African American patients in primary care. Journal of Black Psychology. 35, pp. 204-227. Murray, C. B., & Woods, V. D. (2009). Psychology of health disparities among African American populations: An overview. Journal of Black Psychology, 35, pp. 142-145. Moore, V., & Murray, C. B. (2009). The 2008 Presidential Election Gender Gap: The effects of prejudicial attitudes on voting intentions. University of California, Riverside: Undergraduate Research Journal, 3, pp. 21-28. Cain, L., Manson, S., & Murray, C. (1980). Ethnicity and aging: An inventory of social support networks. The Gerontologist, 20(5), Part II, p. 75. (Abstract). Murray, C., Manson, S., & Cain, L. (1982). Ethnicity and aging: An innovative approach to cross-cultural investigations. The Gerontologist, 22(5), p. 64. (Abstract). Murray, C. B., & Manson, S. (1985). Urban/rural variation in support mobilization among elderly Indians. The Gerontologist, 25, p. 142. (Abstract). Murray, C. B. (1986). Subjective well-being among Blacks: A matter of stress and age. The Gerontologist, 26, p. 263A (Abstract).

Nelson, Willene D., L.M.F.T, M.S.
Clinical Psychologist San Bernardino Valley College Association Black Psychologists

New Hope Psychological Counseling Center 1601 Chicago Ave. Riverside, CA 92507 (951) 779-9553 wd7731n@att.net

Scholarly Work Nelson, W. D. (2008). New Hope. A Guide to Interpersonal Relationships. Self publishing

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Nobles, Wade, Ph.D.
Executive Director Association Black Psychologists

Institute for the Advanced Study of Black Family Life and Culture, Inc. 1012 Linden Street Oakland, CA 94607 (510) 836-3245 drnobles@iasbflc.org

Scholarly Work Nobles, W. (1972). African Philosophy: Foundation for Black Psychology. In R. L. Jones (ed) Black Psychology, pp.18-32. New York: Harper & Row. Nobles, W., Khatib, S., McGee, P. D., & Akbar, N. (1975). Voodoo or I.Q.: An Introduction to African Psychology. Journal of Black Psychology, l(2), pp. 1-20. Nobles, W. (2006). Seeking the Sakhu: Foundational Writings for an African Psychology. Chicago, IL. Third World Press. Nobles, W. African Psychology: Toward its Reclamation, Reascension and Revitalization. Oakland, CA: Black Family Institute Publications. Nobles, W. Africanity and the Black Family: The Development of a Theoretical Model. Oakland, CA: Black Family Institute Publications. Nobles, W., King, L. M., & Dixon, V. (1976). African Philosophy: Assumptions and Paradigms for Research on Black People. Los Angeles, CA: Fanon Center Publications. Nobles, W., & Goddard, L. Understanding the Black Family: A Guide For Scholarship and Research. Oakland, CA: Black Family Institute Publications. Nobles, W., Goddard, L., & Cavil, W. E. III. The Km Ebit Husia: Authoritative Utterances of Exceptional Insight for the Black Family. Oakland, CA: Black Family Institute Publications. Nobles, W., Goddard, L., Cavil, W. E. III, & George, P. Y. African-American Families: Issues, Insights and Directions. Oakland, CA: Black Family Institute Publications.

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Parham, Thomas, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Counseling and Health Services University of California Irvine (UCI) Association Black Psychologists

641 Aldrich Hall Irvine, CA 92697 (949) 824-4642 taparham@uci.edu

Scholarly Work Parham, T.A., White, J., & Ajamu, A. (2011). (In Press). The Psychology of Blacks: Centering our Perspectives in the African Consciousness, 4th Ed. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Parham, T.A., & White, J. L. (2010). Transformative Adaptations to Linear Pathways (an interview). Handbook of Multicultural Counseling, 3rd Ed. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Publications. Gallardo, M.E., Johnson, J., Parham, T.A., & Carter, J.A. (2009). Ethics and Multiculturalism: Advancing Cultural and Clinical Responsiveness. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Parham, T.A. (In Press) Ethics and Multiculturalism: Synthesizing Apparent Opposites into Responsive Treatment. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Parham, T.A. (2009). “Foundations for an African Centered Psychology: Extending Roots to an Ancient Kemetic Past”. In Neville, H.A., Tynes, B.M., & Utsey, S.O. (Ed.), Handbook of African American Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA. Sage Publications Takemoto, M.A., & Parham, T.A. (2008). University of California, Irvine – Student Counseling Center: Lessons Learned Through Commitment to Multiculturalism, Building Multicultural Competency: Development, Training, and Practice. New York: Rowan & Littlefield Publishers. Parham, T.A., & Parham, W.D. (2008). The Evolution of the National Multicultural Conference and Summit”, Building Multicultural Competency: Development, Training, and Practice. New York: Rowan & Littlefield Publishers Arredondo, Patricia, Tovar-Blank, Zoila G., & Parham, Thomas A. (2008). “Challenges and Promises of Becoming a Culturally Competent Counselor in a Sociopolitical Era of Change and Empowerment”. Journal of Counseling & Development, 86(3), pp. 261-268.

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Parham, T. A. (2006). David Leroy Hopkins: The Face of Conscious Manhood. In Connor, M. & White, J. L. "Black Fathers: An Invisible Presence in America. Mahwah, N. J.: Lawrence Earlbaum & Associates Publishers. Takemoto, M.A., & Parham, T. A. (In Press). Multicultural Training at the University of California, Irvine: Advice and Lessons Learned Through Years of Commitment. In J. L. White & S. Henderson (Ed). The Browning of America. Book submitted for publication. Parham, T. A., & Parham, W. D. (In Press). The Evolution of the Multicultural Summit. In J. L. White & S. Henderson (Ed). The Browning of America. Book submitted for publication. Parham, T.A., & Caldwell, L. (2006). Dual Relationships Revisited: An African Centered Perspective. In B. Herlihy & G. Corey (2nd Ed.). Boundary Issues in Counseling: Multiple Roles and Relationships. Alexandria, VA: ACA Press. Cervantes, J., & Parham, T. A. (2005). Toward a Meaningful Spirituality for People of Color: Lessons for the Counseling Practitioner. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 11(1). Want, V., Parham, T.A., Baker, R., & Sherman, M. Relationship of African Americans' Racial Identity Attitudes to Ratings of Counselors Varying in Ethnic Consciousness and Race. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(2), pp. 123-136. Brown, S.P., & Parham, T.A. White Privilege and Racism: Implications for Culturally Competent Counselor Education Training. (Submitted for publication). Want, V., Parham, T.A., Baker, R., & Sherman, M. Relationship of African Americans' Racial Identity Attitudes to Ratings of Counselors Varying in Ethnic Consciousness and Race. (Manuscript submitted for publication, 2003). Parham, T.A., & Brown, S. (2003). Therapeutic Approaches with African American Populations. In F. Harper & J. McFadden (ED). Culture and Counseling. Parham, T.A., & Whitten, L. (2003). Teaching Multicultural Competencies in Continuing Education for Psychologist: A Last Stance. In D. Pope-Davis & H. Coleman (ED). Handbook of Multicultural Competencies. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publication. Parham, T. A. (2002). Counseling African Descent People: Raising the Bar of Practitioner Competence. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Parham, T.A., White, J., & Ajamu, A. (2000). The Psychology of Blacks: An African Centered Perspective. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall.

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Parham, T.A. (1999). Invisibility Syndrome in African Descent People: Understanding the Cultural Manifestations of the Struggle for Self Affirmation. The Counseling Psychologist, 27(6), pp. 794-802. Parham, T.A. (1999). Diversity and the Helping Professions: Lessons in Understanding, Advocacy, and Sensitivity. In Y.M. Jenkins (Ed.) Diversity in College Settings. New York: Routledge. Sue, D.W., Parham, T.A., & Santiago, G.B. (1998). The Changing Face of Work in the United States. Implications for Individual, Institutional and Societal Survival. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 4(3), pp. 153-164. Parham, T.A. (1997). An African-Centered View of Dual Relationships. In Corey, G. & Herlihy, B. Boundary Issues in Counseling: Multiple Roles and Relationships. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association Press. Brown, M., Atkinson, D., Parham, T.A., Matthew's, L., Landrum-Brown, J., & Kim, A. (1996). African American Client Skin Tone and Clinical Judgments of African American and European American Psychologists. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. (In Press). Parham, T.A. (1996). Multicultural Counseling and Therapy and Its Relevance to African American Clients. In Sue, D.W., Ivey, A., & Pedersen, P. (Eds.) A Theory of Multicultural Counseling and Therapy. New York: Brooks Cole. Parham, T.A. (1996). Optimal Choices: African-Centered Notions of Reality. (A review). Contemporary Psychology, 41(5), pp. 453-454. Brown, S., Parham, T.A., & Yonker, R. (1996). Influence of a Cross Cultural Training Course on Racial Identity Attitudes of White Females and Males: Preliminary Perspectives. Journal of Counseling and Development, 74, pp. 510-516. Parham, T.A., & Austin, N.L. (1994). Career Development and African Americans: A Contextual Reappraisal Using the Nigrescence Construct. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 44, pp. 139-154. Parham, T.A. (1993). Own Group Preferences As a Function of Self-Affirmation. Journal of Black Psychology, 19(3), pp. 336-341. Parham, T.A. (1993). White Researchers Conducting Multicultural Counseling Research: Can Their Efforts Be 'Mo Betta. The Counseling Psychologist, 21(2), pp. 250-256. Parham, T.A. & Williams, P.T. (1993). The Relationship of Demographic and Background Factors to Racial Identity Attitudes. Journal of Black Psychology, 19(1), pp. 7-24.

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Cross, W.E., Parham, T.A., & Helms, J.E. (1992). Nigrescence Revisited: Theory and Research. In R.L. Jones (Ed) Advances in Black Psychology. Richmond, CA: Cobb and Henry. Cross, W.E., Parham, T.A., & Helms, J.E. (1992). The Stages of Black Identity Development. In R.L. Jones (3rd Ed) Black Psychology. Richmond, CA: Cobb and Henry. White, J.L., & Parham, T.A. (1990). The Psychology of Blacks: An African American Perspective. New York: Prentice Hall. Helms, J.E., & Parham, T.A. (1990). The Relationship Between Racial Identity and Cognitive Styles. In J.E. Helms (Ed) Black and White Racial Identity. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Helms, J.E., & Parham, T.A. (1990). Racial Identity Attitude Scale. In R.L. Jones (Ed) Handbook of Tests and Measurements. Richmond, CA: Cobb and Henry. Parham, T.A. (1989). Cycles of Psychological Nigrescence. The Counseling Psychologist, 17(2), pp. 187-226. Manuscript is part of an entire issue entitled "Psychological Nigrescence". Parham, W.D., & Parham, T.A. (1989). The Afro-American Community and the Achievement of Afro-American Youngsters. In G.L. Berry and J.K. Asamen (Ed) Black Students: Psychosocial Issues and Academic Achievement. Newbury Park, CA: Sage Publications. Parham, T.A. (1989). Nigrescence: The Transformation of Black Consciousness Across the Life Cycle. In R.L. Jones (Ed) Black Adulthood and Aging. Richmond, CA: Cobb and Henry. Parham, T.A. & McDavis, R. (1987). The Black Male, An Endangered Species: Who's Really Pulling the Trigger? Journal of Counseling and Development, 66, pp. 24-27. Parham, T.A., & Helms, J.E. (1985). The Relation of Racial Identity Attitudes to SelfActualization and Affective States of Black Students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 32(3), pp. 431-440. Parham, T.A. & Helms, J.E. (1985). Attitudes of Racial Identity and Self Esteem: An Exploratory Investigation. Journal of College Student Personnel, 26(2), pp. 143. Parham, T.A., & Helms, J.E. (1981). Influences of Black Students' Racial Identity Attitudes on Preferences for Counselor's Race. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 28(3), pp. 250-257. White, J.L., Parham, W.D., & Parham, T.A. (1980). Black Psychology: The Afro-American Tradition as a Unifying Force for Traditional Psychology. In R.L. Jones, Black Psychology, 2nd Ed., Harper & Rowe.

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Patterson Jr., Aldrich M., Ph.D. Psychologist California State University, Chico Association Black Psychologists

341 Broadway St., Suite 317 Chico, CA 95928

(530) 898-1312

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Piper-Mandy, Erylene, Ph.D.
Lecturer & Adjunct Professor California State University Long Beach (CSULB) Pepperdine University Association Black Psychologists

Center for Cross Cultural Competence 1040 East Brenner Dr. Carson, CA 92324 (310) 764-5360 epiperma@csulb.edu

Scholarly Work Piper-Mandy, Erylene and Daryl M. Rowe. (2008). “Change in the Rhythm of the Drum” In Joy K. Asamen, Mesha L. Ellis and Gordon L. Berry (Eds.), Handbook of Child Development, Multiculturalism, and Media. New York: Sage Publications. Harawa, Nina and Erylene Piper-Mandy (2002). Antelope Footprints in Elephant Tracks: An Epidemiological and Anthropological Examination of the HIV-AIDS Epidemic Among the People of Color in the State of California. Los Angeles, CA: The California Endowment. Piper-Mandy, Erylene, (2002). On Composing Lion Histories: The Use of Culture in the Construction of Social Intervention. Los Angeles, CA: The California Endowment.

Abstracts Piper-Mandy, E. and Cynthia Steinhaus-Donham. (2009). “Vetting Veterans Back to Civilian Work”. Paper to be delivered at the American Sociological Association Meetings in October 2009. Piper-Mandy, E. and Daryl M. Rowe. (2008). “The Path of the Sakhu: An Outline for an African-centered Psychology”. Presented at the National Association of Black Psychologists, Oakland. August 2008. Piper-Mandy, E. “Where There Is A River”. Neighborhood Network. Fifth Annual African American World Aids Day Conference. November 2005.

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Piper-Mandy, E. “From Old School to Hip Hop – Empowering Black Women’s Health in the 21st Century”. Black Women’s Health, Inc. August 2007. Piper-Mandy, E. “The Journey Home”. 3rd Annual Statewide Office of AIDS African American Summit. July 2006. Piper-Mandy, E. “The Cost and Casualties of Silence”. Palms Residential Care Facility. 2nd Annual HIV Summit. October 2005. Piper-Mandy, E. “Healing Begins Here”. Neighborhood Network. Fifth Annual African American World Aids Day Conference. November 2005. Piper-Mandy, E. “The Politics of Child Abuse”. 17th Annual Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Conference. March 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Human Options – Icon, Image and Ideology: 17th Annual Orange County Child Abuse Prevention Conference. March 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Mama, Mama”. Mission City Community Network, Inc: MCCN – Black Infant Health Program; Celebrate Healthy Babies Conference. March 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Black and Brown Power: Managing Conflict in Our Communities“. Hispanic Network/ PLAN 2004 National Conference - Transforming Communities. April 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “I am Woman, But No One Can Hear Me Pray”. HIV CARE Partnership of San Diego County: A Woman’s Voice. 2004 HIV/AIDS Conference for Women. April 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Why We Can Be Friends”. City of Carson Parks and Recreation Department: 12th Annual Youth Conference. May 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Honoring Our Past Our Present and Our Future”. Blacks In Government (BIG): National Conference, Denver Colorado. June 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Schools Daze: Multicultural Inclusion in Didactic Perspectives”. Association of California Schools Administrators (ACSA): Principals Summer Institute at UCLA: Colloquium for New and Aspiring Principals. July 2004 Piper-Mandy, E. “Beat Down: Perspectives on Crime and Criminality in Racialized Communities”. Teen’s Happy Home, Inc.: National Task Force Initiative on Crime and Criminal Justice Re-entry Program: August 2004

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Piper-Mandy, E. “Unmatched”. National Honor Society: Hard work and Leadership Celebrations. March 2003. Piper-Mandy, E. “My Kid Now”. Xavier Psychological Testing and Treatment Center, Inc: March 2003. Piper-Mandy, E. “Lion Histories”. The 2003 State of California African American Summit Steering Committee on HIV/AIDS. October 2003. Piper-Mandy, E. “Complex Creations”. Reproductive Health 2002: 31st Annual Continuing Education Conference for Clinicians. March 2002. Piper-Mandy, E. “No Justice; Just Us”. United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit: Diversity Conference. November 2001 Piper-Mandy, E. “Sankofa”. Ujima California School of Professional Psychology Students of African Descent. February 2000. Piper-Mandy, E. “Tar Baby: Breaking Institutional Discrimination Against African Americans”. Child Abuse Council of Santa Clara. May 2000. Piper-Mandy, E. Association of California Schools Administrators (ACSA): Principals Summer Institute at UCLA: Colloquium for New and Aspiring Principals. July 1999 Piper-Mandy, E. “Children In Out-Of-Home Care”. Department Of Social Services. Third Annual Forum for Children and Families. January 1997. Piper-Mandy, E. “Many Families, One Community”. Child Abuse Prevention Council of Orange County. 9th Annual Child Abuse Prevention Conference. July 1997. Piper-Mandy, E. Child Abuse Prevention Council of Orange County. 7th Annual Prevention Conference. March 1995 Piper-Mandy, E. The Junior League of Orange County, California, Inc. 5th Annual Good Beginnings Conference for Pregnant and Parenting Teens. May 1995. Piper-Mandy, E. “Beyond Awareness to Solutions”. Southern Counties Placement Committee. 21st Annual Training Conference. October 1995. Piper-Mandy, E. “Recognizing Kinship and the Extended Family”. Los Angeles Child Abuse Council. Membership Meeting. November 1995.

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Piper-Mandy, E. “In the Name of the Children”. California Consortium To Prevent Child Abuse. Preventing Child Abuse in All Forms. June 1994. Piper-Mandy, E. “Teaching and Learning In a Cross Cultural Setting”. California Department of Education. Home Economics Teachers Association Of California. August 1994. Piper-Mandy, E. “Multicultural Education”. Orange County Head Start, Inc. Annual PreService Convention. August 1994. Piper-Mandy, E. United Way Of Orange County. 2nd Annual Orange County Summit for Children. September 1994. Piper-Mandy, E. “Walk In My Shoes: Stereotypes, Discrimination and Racism”. Orange County Human Relations Commission. . Walk In My Shoes Annual Symposium. June 1990. Piper-Mandy, E. “Walk In My Shoes: Life and Language Barriers – Multiracial Issues”. Orange County Human Relations Commission. Walk In My Shoes Annual Symposium. June 1990. Piper-Mandy, E. “Walk In My Shoes: Different Ways to Deal With Prejudice, Racism, the Holocaust and other issues”. Orange County Human Relations Commission. Walk In My Shoes Annual Symposium. June 1990. Piper-Mandy, E. “Walk In My Shoes: A World of Difference–Conflict Resolution and Community Service Programs”. Walk In My Shoes Annual Symposium. June 1990

Porter, Temille, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist Association Black Psychologists

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology 8712 S. 11th Ave. Inglewood, CA 90305 temille.porter@kaust.edu.sa

Raphael, Philip J. Association Black Psychologists

13415 Portofina Dr. Delmar, CA 92014

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Rowe, Daryl, Ph.D.
Professor Pepperdine University Association Black Psychologists

6100 Center Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 568-5600 daryl.rowe@pepperdine.edu

Scholarly Work Rowe, D. (2010). Educating African-Centered psychologists: Towards a comprehensive paradigm. The Journal of Pan African Studies: 3(8).

Ruffin, Lanique Association Black Psychologists

10236 Camino Ruiz, #167 San Diego, CA 92126

Sanchez, Hector Association Black Psychologists

8101 S. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90044

Schnurr, Lorraine, Ph.D.

2753 Del Monte Ave. El Cerrito, CA (510) 215-1732

Shorter-Gooden, Kumea Association of Black Psychologists

6 Richland Place Pasadena, CA 91103

Smith, Carl Association of Black Psychologists

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Name Contact Information 235 University Hall Berkeley, CA (510) 642-1252 snowden@berkeley.edu

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Snowden, Lonnie R., Ph.D.
Professor University of California Berkeley (UCB)

Scholarly Work Snowden, L.R., Masland, M.C., Peng, C.J., Louc, C., & Wallace, N (2010). Limited English proficient Asian Americans: Threshold language policy and access to mental health treatmentAsian Americans: Threshold Language Policy and access to mental health treatment. Social Science and Medicine, 72, 230-237. Snowden LR, Catalano RF, Shumway M. Emergency mental health treatment and African American populations (2009). Psychiatric Services 60(12):1664-1671. Snowden LR, Hastings J, Alvidrez J Overrepresentation of black Americans in psychiatric inpatient care (2009). Psychiatric Services. 60(6):779-785. Snowden, LR, Masland, M, Fawley, K., Wallace, N, Cuellar, A (2008). Increasing California children's medicaid-financed mental health treatmentby vigorously implementing Medicaid's Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosisand Treatment (EPSDT) Program. Medical Care, 46, 558-565.2. Snowden, LR, Masland, M, Fawley, K., Libby, A., Wallace, N. (2008). Ethnic minority children's use of psychiatric emergency care inCalifornia's public mental health system. American Journal of PublicHealth, 98, 118-125.3. Snowden, LR, Wallace, N, Kang, SH, Cheng, JS, Bloom, JR. (2007). Capitation and racial and ethnic differences in use and cost of publicmental health services. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34, 456-464.4. Sentell, T, Shumway, M, Snowden, LR. (2007). Access to mental healthtreatment by English language proficiency and race/ethnicity. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 22, 289-293.

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Research Grants Snowden, LR (Principal Investigator). Can Medicaid Benefits Reduce Access Disparities for Minority Children and Youth? National Institute of Mental Health, 5/10-4/13, $600,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Policies Improving Non-English Speakers Access and Care. National Institute of Mental Health, 1/06-12/10. $1,200,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Ethnic Minority Children in Public Mental Health. National Institute of Mental Health, 8/04-7/08. $750,000. Snowden, LR (Principal Investigator). Functional Family Therapy (FFT): Adaptation of FFT with Ethnically and Culturally Diverse Families. California Institute for Mental Health, 12/06-1/07, $84,424. Snowden, LR (Principal Investigator). Do HMOs Help or Hinder Access for Children of Color with Special Health Care Needs? California Program on Access to Care, 1/07-6/06, $60,000. Snowden, LR. (Principal Investigator). Evaluation of California Training Collaborative: County Implementation of the Mental Health Services Act. California Endowment, 1/06-12/08, $166,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Berkeley Research Futures Grant. University of California, Berkeley Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, 7/05-6/06. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Transition-Age Youth Mental Health Study: A One Year Development Project. Zellerbach Foundation and California Wellness Foundation, 7/046/05.$78,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Criminal Records of Persons Served by the Public Mental Health System. California Policy Research Center, 7/02-6/03. $50,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Ethnic Access to Public Managed Mental Health Services in California. California Program on Access to Care, 6/02-4/03. $50,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Public Mental Health Services for Youth: The Impact of Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment in California. California HealthCare Foundation,7/01-6/03. $300,000. Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Mental Health Care and Foster Care System Interaction. California Health Care Foundation, 7/01-6/03. $300,000. (Anne Libby, Principal Investigator.)

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Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Foster Care and Mental Health Services. State of California Department of Mental Health, 1/00-7/00. $80,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Consolidation of Public Mental Health Services in California: Expanding Managed Care to Vulnerable Populations. California Policy Research Center, 6/00-11/00. $43,000. Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Mental Health for California’s Children and Youth: How Can it Be Improved? Award to California Health Services Research Consortium, Child Branch (UC Berkeley/UCSF Center for Mental Health Services Research; Childrens’ Hospital Child and Adolescent Services Research Center, San Diego; UCLA/RAND Research Center on Managed Care for Psychiatric Disorders; UC Davis National Research Center on Asian American Mental Health. State of California Department of Mental Health), 7/006/01. $1,000,000. Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Managed Care and Detection of Youth Mental Health Needs. Center for Prevention and Disease Control (CDC), 9/97-9/98. $96,000. (Ralph A. Catalano, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Center on the Organization and Financing of Care For the Severely Mentally Ill. National Institute of Mental Health, 1996-2001. $2,500,000. Snowden LR (Mentor for "K-23" Award). Comorbidity and Treatment Paths for Indian Adolescents. National Institute of Mental Health, 1995-2001. $600,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Capitation Rate-Setting in California Counties. Supplemental Award to Center on the Organization and Financing of Care For the Severely Mentally Ill. National Institute of Mental Health, 1994. $30,000. Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Managed Care in Mental Health: The Ethnic Minority Response to Innovation in the Organization and Financing of Services. Supplemental award to Center on the Organization and Financing of Care For the Severely Mentally Ill. National Institute of Mental Health, 1994. $40,000. Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Capitating Medicaid Mental Health Services in Colorado. National Institute of Mental Health, 5/94-4/98. $2,100,000. (Joan Bloom, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Drinking and Problem Epidemiology in Blacks and Hispanics. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 5/94-3/98. $1,750,000. (Raul Caetano, Principal Investigator.)

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Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Help Seeking by Black and White Americans. National Institute of Mental Health, 9/94-8/96. $140,000 Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Mental Health Services Utilization Among Rural Mexican Americans. National Institute of Mental Health, 10/93-9/97. $2,200,000. (William Vega, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Research Training in Mental Health Finance/Service Delivery. National Institute of Mental Health, 7/91-6/03. $1,600,000. (Steven P. Segal and Richard Scheffler, Principal Investigators.) Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Services Strategy in Psychiatric Emergency Evaluations. National Institute of Mental Health, 7/91-6/93. $500,000. (Steven Segal, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Principal Investigator). Ethnic Matching and Use of Mental Health Services. National Institute of Mental Health, 5/90-4/92. $190,000. Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Center for Self-Help Research. National Institute of Mental Health, 9/90-8/92. $700,000. (Steven Segal, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Co-Principal Investigator). Use and Financing of Mental Health Services to Minorities. National Institute of Mental Health, 2/89-1/91. $175,000. (Teh-Wei Hu, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Co-Investigator). Clinical Epidemiology in Three Systems of Care For Youth. National Institute of Mental Health, 10/89-9/94. $1,128,000. (C. Clifford Attkisson, Principal Investigator.) Snowden LR (Co Investigator). Center on the Organization and Financing of Care for the Severely Mentally Ill. National Institute of Mental Health, 1988-1996. $3,500,000. (Richard Scheffler, Principal Investigator.) Publications Goldhaber-Fiebert, J, Snowden LR, Wulczyn F, Landsverk J, Horwitz SM. (in press) Economic evaluation research in the context of child welfare policy: A structured literature review and recommendations. Mental Health Services Research. Chamberlain, P, Snowden, LR, Padgett, C, Saldana, L, Roles, J, Holmes L, Ward, H, Soper, J, Reid, J, & Landsverk, J.(in press). A Strategy for Assessing Costs of Implementing New Practices in the Child Welfare System: Adapting the English Cost Calculator in the U.S. Mental Health Services Research.

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Snowden, LR, Masland, MM, Peng, C, Lou, C., & Wallace, N. (in press). Limited English Proficient Asian Americans: Threshold Language Policy and access to mental health treatment. Social Science and Medicine.
Bruckner T, Snowden LR, Meenakshi S, Brown T (in press). Economic antecedents of MedicaidFinanced mental health services among youths in California. International Journal of Mental Health. Snowden, LR, Catalano, RF, Shumway, M (2009). Emergency mental health treatment and African American populations. Psychiatric Services, 60, 1664-1671. Snowden, LR, Masland, MM, Fawley, K, Wallace, N (2009). Ethnic differences in children’s entry into public mental health care via emergency mental health services. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18, 512-519. Snowden, LR., Masland, M M, Wallace, N, & Fawley, K. (2009). Associating Supplemental Case Management Activities with Ethnic Minority Children’s Reduced Use of Psychiatric Emergency Services. Psychological Services, 6, 117-125. Snowden, L.R, Hastings, J., & Alvidrez, J (2009). Overrepresentation of black Americans in psychiatric inpatient care. Psychiatric Services, 60, 786-791. Hastings, J & Snowden, LR (In press). Increasing body weight and the transition from welfare to work: Findings from the National Survey of American Life (NSAL). Ethnicity and Disease. Alvidrez, J., Snowden, L.R., Kaiser, D (In press). Involving consumers in the development of a psychoeducational booklet about stigma for black mental health clients. Health Promotion Practice. Unick, George J., Snowden, L.R., & Hastings, J (2009). Subtypes of comorbidity between Major Depressive Disorder and General Anxiety Disorder and their clinical consequences. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 197, 215-224. Reid, R., Brown, T., Peterson, N., Snowden, L.R., & Hines, A. (2009). Testing the factor structure of a scale to measure African American acculturation: A confirmatory factor analysis. Journal of Community Psychology, 37, 1-13. Alvidrez, J. & Snowden, L. R. (2008). The experience of stigma among black mental health consumers. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 19, 874-893.

Alvidrez, J, Snowden, L.R., Rao, S.M. & Bocellari, A (2008). Psychoeducation to address stigmain black adults referred for mental health treatment: A randomized pilot study. Community Mental Health Journal

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Snowden, LR, Masland, M, Fawley, K., Wallace, N, Cuellar, A. (2008). Increasing California children’s medicaid-financed mental health treatment by vigorously implementing Medicaid’s Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT). Program. Medical Care, 46, 558-565. Snowden, LR, Masland, M, Fawley, K., Libby, A., Wallace, N. (2008). Ethnic minority children’s use of psychiatric emergency care in California’s public mental health system. American Journal of Public Health, 98, 118-125. Masland, M., Snowden, LR, Wallace, N.(2007). Assessment, authorization and access to Medicaid managed mental health care. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34, 548-562. Snowden, LR, Wallace, N, Kang, SH, Cheng, JS, & Bloom, JR. (2007). Capitation and racial and ethnic differences in use and cost of public mental health services. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 34, 456-464. Sentell, T, Shumway, M, Snowden, LR. (2007). Access to mental health treatment by English language proficiency and race/ethnicity. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 22, 289-293.. Scott, LD, Munson, MR, McMillen, JC, Snowden, LR. (2007). Predisposition to seek mental health care among black males transitioning from foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 29, 870882. Snowden LR, Masland,M, Wallace N & Evans-Cuellar A (2007). Strict Medicaid EPSDT enforcement: Effects on outpatient and emergency mental health care. American Journal of Public Health, 97, 1951-1956. Akustu PD, Castillo E & Snowden, LR (2007). Differential patterns of referral to ethnic-specific and mainstream mental health programs for four Asian American groups. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 77, 95-103. Snowden LR, Masland M & Guerrero, R (2007). Federal civil rights policy and mental health treatment access for limited English proficiency persons. American Psychologist, 62, 109-117. Snowden LR (2007). Explaining mental health treatment disparities: Ethnic and cultural differences in family involvement. Culture, Medicine, & Psychiatry, 31, 389-402. Cuellar AE, Snowden, LR & Ewing, T (2007). Criminal records of persons served in the public mental health system. Psychiatric Services, 58, 114-120. Catalano R, Snowden LR & Shumway, M (2007). Unemployment and coerced treatment: A test of the intolerance hypothesis. Aggressive Behavior, 33, 272-280.

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West, JC, Herbeck, DM, Bell, CC, Colquitt, WL, Duffy, FF, Fitek, DJ, Rae, D., Rubio Stepic, M., Snowden, L, Zarin, DA, Narrow, WE. (2006). Race/ethnicity among psychiatric patients: variations in diagnosis and clinical characteristics reported by practicing psychiatrists. FOCUS: The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychiatry, IV, 48-56. Cohen E, Snowden LR, Libby AM & Ma Y (2006). The effects of capitation on outpatient mental health episodes of young children. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 15, 13-26. Snowden LR (in press). Methods for the study of mental health in African American mental health. Chapter in JS Jackson and C Caldwell (Eds.), Research Methodology in African American Communities. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA. Snowden LR, Masland M, Ma Y & Ciemens E (2006). Strategies to improve access to public mental health services in California: description and preliminary evaluation. Journal of Community Psychology, 34, 225-235. Snowden LR (2005). Racial, cultural and ethnic disparities in health and mental health: Toward theory and research at community levels. American Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 1-8. Snowden LR (2005). Social embeddedness and psychological well-being among African Americans and whites: Commentary. Chapter 20 in LB Alexander & P Solomon (Eds.), The Research Process in the Human Services: Behind the Scenes. Snowden LR & Yamada AM (2005). Cultural differences in access to care. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology, 1, 19-41. Herbeck DM, West JC, Ruditis I, Duffy FF, Fitek DJ, Bell CC & Snowden LR (2004). Variations in use of second generation antipsychotic medication by race among adult psychiatric patients. Psychiatric Services, 55, 677-684. Snowden LR (2004). Mental health policy and people of color: The Surgeon General’s supplement on culture, race, and ethnicity and beyond. Chapter in KE Davis & TB Bent-Goodley (Eds.), The Color of Social Policy. Chow J, Jaffe K & Snowden LR (2003). Mental health service use by racial and ethnic populations in poverty areas. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 792-797. Snowden LR (2003). Challenges to consensus in preparing the supplement to the Surgeon General’s report on mental health on culture, race and ethnicity. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 27, 409418. Snowden LR (2003). Bias in mental health assessment and intervention: Theory and evidence. American Journal of Public Health, 93, 239-242. Snowden LR, Evans-Cuellar A & Libby AM (2003). Minority youth in foster care: Managed care and access to mental health treatment. Medical Care, 41, 264-274.

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Libby AM, Evans-Cuellar A & Snowden LR (2002). Cost substitution in a Medicaid mental health carve out. Journal of Health Care Finance, 28, 11-23. Organista K & Snowden LR (2002). Latino mental health in California: Implications for policy. Chapter in A Jimenez (Ed.), Policy Issues for California’s Latinos. Center for Policy Research, University of California Office of the President. Scott MR, Snowden LR & Libby AM (2002). Alcohol and juvenile justice contacts: a comparison of feefor-service and capitated Medicaid mental health services. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 6:4448. Scott, MR, Snowden LR & Libby AM (2002). Effects of capitated managed care on youth contact with the juvenile justice system. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 41, 1462-1469. Scott, MR, Snowden LR & Libby AM (2002). From mental health to juvenile justice: What predicts the transition? Journal of Child and Family Studies, 11, 299-312. Snowden LR & Pingitore D (2002). Frequency and scope of mental health service delivery to African Americans in primary care. Mental Health Services Research, 4, 123-130. Snowden LR, Scheffler R & Zhang AM (2002). The impact of realignment on the client population in California’s public mental health system. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 29, 229241. Chow J, Snowden LR & McConnell W (2001). A confirmatory factor analysis of the BASIS-32 in racial and ethnic samples. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 28, 400-411. Evans-Cuellar A, Libby AM & Snowden LR (2001). How capitated mental health care affects utilization by youth in juvenile justice and child welfare. Mental Health Services Research, 3, 61-72. Pingitore D, Snowden LR, Sansome R & Klinkman M (2001). Persons with depression and the treatments they receive: A comparison of primary care physicians and psychiatrists. International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 31, 41-60. Scheffler R, Zhang AM & Snowden LR (2001). The impact on utilization and cost of community-based mental health services in California. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 29, 129-143. Snowden LR (2001). Barriers to providing effective mental health services for African Americans. Mental Health Services Research, 3, 181-188. Snowden LR (2001). Social embeddedness and psychological well-being among African Americans and whites. American Journal of Community Psychology, 29, 519-536. Thomas K & Snowden LR (2001). Minority response to health insurance coverage for mental health services. Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics, 4, 35-41.

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Catalano R, Libby AM, Snowden LR & Evans-Cuellar A (2000). The effect of capitated financing on mental health services for children and youth: The Colorado experience. American Journal of Public Health, 90, 1861-1865. Hunt GJ & Snowden LR (2000). Social and cultural aspects of health, illness, and treatment. Chapter in HH Goldman (Ed.), Review of General Psychiatry (pp. 95-106). McGraw-Hill: New York, NY. Snowden LR (2000). Minority access to health services. Chapter in NJ Smelser & PB Bates (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Elsevier Science: New York, NY. Snowden LR (2000). The new world of practice in physical and mental health: Comorbidity, cultural competence, and managed care. Chapter in P Allen-Meares and C Garvin (Eds.), The Handbook of Social Work Direct Practice. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA. Snowden LR, Martinez M & Morris A (2000). Community psychology and ethnic minority populations. Chapter in J Rappaport and E Seidman (Eds.), Handbook of Community Psychology (pp. P. 833856). Plenum Press: New York, NY. Snowden LR & Thomas K (2000). Medicaid and African American outpatient treatment. Mental Health Services Research, 115-120. Zhang AM, Scheffler R & Snowden LR (2000). The effects of program realignment on California’s community based mental health system in relation to diagnosis. Psychiatric Services, 51, 11031110. Snowden LR (1999). African American folk idiom and mental health services use. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 4, 364-370. Snowden LR (1999). African American service use for mental health problems. Journal of Community Psychology, 27, 303-319. Snowden LR & Hines AM (1999). A scale to assess African American acculturation. Journal of Black Psychology, 25, 36-47. Hines AM, Snowden LR & Graves, KL (1998). Acculturation, alcohol consumption and AIDS-related risky sexual behaviors among African American women. Women and Health, 27, 17-35 Snowden LR (1998). Inpatient mental health usage by members of ethnic minority groups. In JM Herrera,WB Larson & JJ Sramck (Eds.), Cross Cultural Psychiatry. John Wiley & Sons: Erichester, England. Snowden LR (1998). Managed care and ethnic minority populations. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 25, 125-131.

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Snowden LR (1998). Racial differences in informal help-seeking for mental health problems. Journal of Community Psychology, 26, 429-438. Snowden LR & Hines AM (1998). Acculturation, alcohol consumption, and AIDS-related risky sexual behavior among African American men. Journal of Community Psychology, 26, 345-359. Zhang AM & Snowden LR (1998). Ethnic characteristics of mental disorders in five communities nationwide. Cultural Diversity and Mental Health, 5, 134-146. Zhang AM, Snowden LR & Sue S (1998). Differences between Asian and white Americans’ help seeking and utilization patterns in the Los Angeles area. Journal of Community Psychology, 26, 317-326. Heurtin-Roberts S, Snowden LR & Miller L (1997). Cultural expressions of anxiety in African Americans. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 21, 337-363. Jones-Webb R, Snowden LR, Herd D, Short B & Hanaran P (1997). Alcohol-related problems among black, Hispanic, and white men: The contribution of neighborhood poverty. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 58, 539-545. Kimball JM & Snowden LR (1997). Problem type and referral to HMO mental health treatment. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 29, 399-409. Snowden LR (1997). Mental health system reform and ethnic minority populations. Center for Mental Health Services: Rockville, MD. Snowden LR & Hu TW (1997). Ethnic differences in mental health services use among the severely mentally ill. Journal of Community Psychology, 25, 235-247. Snowden LR, Libby AM & Thomas K (1997). Health care-related attitudes and utilization among African American women. Women's Health: Research on Gender, Behavior, and Policy, 3, 301314. Akutsu PD, Snowden LR & Organista KC (1996). Referral patterns to ethnic specific and mainstream programs for ethnic minorities and whites. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43, 56-64. Cuffel BM, Snowden LR, Masland M & Piccagli G (1996). Managed care in the public mental health system. Community Mental Health Journal, 32, 109-124. Fujino DC, Russell GL, Sue S, Cheung NK & Snowden LR (1996). The effects of therapist client ethnic match in the assessment of mental health functioning. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 27, 598-615. Gibbs JT, Snowden LR & Huang LN (1996). The help-seeking questionnaire as a psychotherapeutic intervention with depressed low-income patients in an outpatient clinic. In R Jones (Ed.), Handbook of Tests and Measures for Black Populations.

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Masland M, Piccagli G, Snowden LR & Cuffel B (1996). Planning and implementation of capitated mental health services in the public sector. Evaluation and Program Planning, 19, 253-262. Snowden LR (1996). Ethnic minority populations and mental health outcomes. In D Steinwachs & L Flynn (Eds.), Using Outcomes to Improve Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. New Directions in Mental Health. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA. Snowden LR (1996). Mental Health System Reform and Ethnic Minority Populations. Center for Mental Health Services: Washington DC. Snowden LR & Hu TW (1996). Outpatient service use in minority-serving mental health programs. Administration and Policy in Mental Health, 24, 149-160. Cuffel BM, Snowden LR, Green RS, McConnell W, Mandella V & Styc K (1995). The California performance outcome survey: Preliminary evidence for reliability and validity. Community Mental Health Journal, 31, 425-436. Snowden LR, Hu TW & Jerrell JM (1995). Emergency care avoidance: Ethnic matching and participation in minority service programs. Community Mental Health Journal, 31, 463-473. Snowden LR & Hines AM (1994). Reaching the underserved: Mental health service systems and special populations. In WJ Lonner & RS Malpass (Eds.), Psychology and Culture. Allyn and Bacon. Snowden LR & Lieberman MA (1994). African American participation in self-help groups. In TJ Powell (Ed.), Understanding the Self-Help Organization: Framework and Findings. Sage Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA. Hu TW, Snowden LR & Jerrell, JM (1993). Public mental health services for Asian American ethnic groups in two California counties. Asian American and Pacific Islander Journal of Health, 1, 7989. Jones-Webb RJ & Snowden LR (1993). Symptoms of depression among Blacks and whites. American Journal of Public Health, 83, 240-244. Lieberman MA & Snowden LR (1993). Problems in assessing prevalence and membership characteristics of self-help groups’ participation. Journal of Applied Behavioral Sciences, 29, 166-180. Snowden LR (1993). Emerging trends in organizing and financing human services: Unexamined consequences for ethnic minority populations. (Distributed as background for conference “Managed Care and Ethnic Minorities: Developing an Evolutionary Agenda.”) American Journal of Community Psychology, 21, 1-13. Frankel H, Snowden LR & Nelson LS (1992). Wives' adjustment to military development: An empirical examination of a family stress model. International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 22, 93117.

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Hu TW, Snowden LR & Jerrell JM (1992). Costs and use of public mental health by ethnicity. Journal of Mental Health Administration, 19, 278-287. Snowden LR & Holschuh JR (1992). Ethnic differences in emergency psychiatric care and hospitalization in a program for the severely mentally ill. Community Mental Health Journal, 28, 281-291. (Reprinted in Clinical Digest Series.) Steinwachs DM, Cullums HM, Dorwart RA, Flynn K, Frank R, Friedman MB, Herz, MI, Mulvey EP, Snowden LR, Test MA & Tremaine LS (1992). Service systems research. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 18, 627-668. Ford LK & Snowden LR (1991). Outpatient mental health and the dual diagnosis client: Utilization of services and community adjustment. Evaluation and Program Planning, 14, 291-298. Gonzales LR, Kelly JG, Mowbray CT, Hays RB & Snowden LR (1991). Community mental health. In M Hersen, AE Kazdin & AS Bellack (Eds.), The Clinical Psychology Handbook. Hu TW, Snowden LR, Jerrell JM & Nguyen DD (1991). Ethnic populations in public mental health: Services choice and level of use. American Journal of Public Health, 81, 1429-1434. Proctor EK & Snowden LR (1991). Resources for doctoral education in social work. Arete^, 16, 12-22. Snowden LR & Cheung FK (1990). Use of inpatient services by members of ethnic minority groups. American Psychologist, 45, 347-355. Cheung FK & Snowden LR (1990). Community mental health and ethnic minority populations. Community Mental Health Journal, 26, 277-291. Snowden LR & Clancy T (1990). Service intensity and client improvement at a predominantly black community mental health center. Evaluation and Program Planning, 13, 205-210. Cheung FK & Snowden LR (1989). Utilization of inpatient services by members of ethnic minority groups. Proceedings. Oklahoma Mental Health Institute Professional Symposium: Tulsa, OK. Florian V & Snowden LR (1989). Fear of personal death and positive life regard: A study of ethnic and religious affiliated American college students. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 20, 64-79. Liese LH, Snowden LR & Ford L (1989). Partner status, social support, and psychological adjustment during pregnancy. Family Relations, 38, 311-316. Snowden LR (1989). Ethnicity and utilization of mental health services. Proceedings: Oklahoma Mental Health Institute Professional Symposium, Tulsa, OK. Snowden LR, Storey C & Clancy TC (1989). Ethnicity and continuation at a Black community mental health center. Journal of Community Psychology, 25, 51-60.

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Snowden LR, Ulvang R & Rezentes J (1989). Low-income Blacks in community mental health: Forming a treatment relationship. Community Mental Health Journal, 20, 64-79. Snowden LR, Schott TS, Awalt SJ & Knox J (1988). Marital satisfaction in pregnancy: Stability and change. Journal of Marriage and the Family, 50, 325-333. Hjerrild-Jensen I & Snowden LR (1987). Agency characteristics and informal helping in social service delivery. Children and Youth Services Review, 9, 117-130. Snowden LR (1987). Minority mental health services research: A systematic approach. Proceedings. Minority Mental Health Services Research Conference, National Institute of Mental Health: Rockville, MD. Snowden LR (1987). The peculiar successes of community psychology: Service delivery to ethnic minorities and the poor. American Journal of Community Psychology, 15, 575-586. Snowden LR & Campbell DC (1986). Validity of an MMPI classification of problem drinker-drivers. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 47, 344-347. Snowden LR, Campbell DC & Nelson LS (1986). An empirical typology of problem drinkers from the Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test. Addictive Behaviors, 11, 37-48. Barth RP, Snowden LR, Ten Broeck ET, Clancy T, Jordan C & Barusch AS (1985). Contributors to reunification or out-of-home care for physically abused children. Social Services Review, 9, 3146. Snowden LR (1985). Understanding black, working class families: A long struggle only begun. Book review for Children and Youth Services Review, 7, 71-74. Snowden LR (1984). Reasons for drinking: Counselor and client reports during treatment. Addictive Behaviors, 9, 391-394. Snowden LR (1984). Treatment process and outcome among problem drinker-drivers: A quasi experimental evaluation. Evaluation and Program Planning, 7, 65-71. Snowden LR, Campbell D & Nelson LS (1984). Problem drinking and the MMPI: Statistical controls and multifactor criterion. Journal of Personality Assessment, 48, 271-278. Snowden LR (1983). Review of Evaluation Mental Health Programs: The Progress Evaluation Scales. Book review for Journal of Personality Assessment, 47, 659-660. Snowden LR (1983). Seeking Black culture and its psychological foundations. Book review for Contemporary Psychology, 28, 614-615. Snowden LR (Ed.) (1982). Reaching the Underserved: Mental health Needs of Neglected Populations. Sage Publications: Beverly Hills, CA.

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Snowden LR (1982). Toward assessment of Black psycho-social competence. In S Sue & T Moore (Eds.), The Pluralistic Society: A Community Mental Health Perspective. Human Sciences: New York, NY. Snowden LR & Todman P (1982). The psychological assessment of Blacks: New and needed developments. In E Jones and S Korchin (Eds.), Psychological Studies of Minority Mental Health. Holt, Rinehart, Winston: New York, NY. Sullivan JM, Snowden LR (1981). Monitoring frequency of client problems: Comparison of four methods. Evaluation Review, 5, 822-833. Kelly JG, Munoz RF & Snowden LR (1979). Characteristics of community research projects. In RF Munoz, LR Snowden & JG Kelly (Eds.), Social and Psychological Research in Community Settings. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA. Munoz RF, Snowden LR & Kelly JG (1979). Research oriented interventions in natural settings. In RF Munoz, LR Snowden & JG Kelly (Eds.), Social and Psychological Research in Community Settings. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA. Munoz R, Snowden LR, Kelly J & Associates. (1979). Social and Psychological Research in Community Settings. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA. Snowden LR, Munoz RF & Kelly JG (1979). The research process of implementing community-based research. In RF Munoz LR Snowden & JG Kelly (Eds.), Social and Psychological Research in Community Settings. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA. Snowden LR (1978). Personality tailored covert sensitization of heroin use. Addictive Behaviors, 3, 4349. Sundberg N, Snowden LR & Reynolds W (1978). Assessment of competence and incompetence. Annual Review of Psychology, 29, 179-221. Kelly J, Snowden LR & Munoz R (1977). Social and community interventions. Annual Review of Psychology, 28, 323-361. Panyard C, Snowden LR & Wolf C (1976). Treatment boards: A method to improve service delivery in an outpatient drug treatment center. Drug Forum, 5, 143-148. Snowden LR & Cotler S (1974). The effectiveness of ex-addict drug abuse counselors. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 11, 331-338.

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Stephenson, Ann-Marie Association of Black Psychologists

P.O. Box 94477 Pasadena, CA 91109

Stoker-Mtume, Norma Association of Black Psychologists

5309 S. Mullen Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90043

Sundayo, Judy Association of Black Psychologists

909 Coast Blvd., #11 La Jolla, CA 92037

Thomas, William A. Association of Black Psychologists

450 Winston Dr., #101 San Francisco, CA 94132

Tucker, Dorothy M. Association of Black Psychologists

P.O. Box 62309 Los Angeles, CA 90062

Turner-Clark, Roslyn Association of Black Psychologists

3500 Manchester Ave., #381 Inglewood, CA 90305

Waymon, Carrol Association of Black Psychologists

910 S. 41st St. San Diego, CA 92113

Webb-Msemaji, Tifase’ Association of Black Psychologists

2412 Gramercy Park Los Angeles, CA 90018

White, Aaronette M University of California, Santa Cruz Association of Black Psychologists

1156 High St. Santa Cruz, CA 95060

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White, Joseph, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus University of California Irvine (UCI) Association of Black Psychologists

15 Windwood Irvine, CA 92604

Scholarly Work White, J. & Parham, T.A. (1990). The Psychology of Blacks: An African-American Perspective. Prentice Hall. White, J. (1989). The Troubled Adolescent. Pergamon Press. White, J. & Cones, J. H. (1999). Black Man Emerging: Facing the Past and Seizing a Future in America. Routledge. White, J., Parham, T. A. & Ajamu, A. (1999). The psychology of Blacks: an African-centered perspective. Prentice Hall. White, J. & Connor, M. E. (2006). Black Fathers: An Invisible Presence in America. Routledge. White, J., Henderson, S., Rowman, & Littlefield. (2008). Building Multicultural Competency: Development, Training, and Practice.

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Williams-Flournoy, Doretha, M.S.
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California Institute of Mental Health Center for Multicultural Development 2125 19th Street, 2nd Floor Sacramento, CA 95818 (916) 556-3480, ext. 114 dflournoy@cimh.org

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Woods, V. Diane, Dr.P.H., M.S.N., RN
Assistant Research Psychologist University of California Riverside (UCR) American Public Health Association 2005

African American Health Institute of San Bernardino County Founding President & CEO P.O. Box 12083 San Bernardino, CA 92423 (951) 201-4364

Health Disparities Scholar designated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Center on Minority Health & Health Disparities, Washington, DC Awarded Student Excellence in Public Health Practice by the Associations of Schools of Public Health (ASPH) and the U. S. Department of Human Services (DHHS) Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Washington, DC

2005

Scholarly Work Publications Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S., & Herring, P. (2004). Recruiting Black/African American men for research in prostate cancer prevention. CANCER, 100: 1017-1025. Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S, Billiard, J. C., Ramirez-Johnson, J. & Wilson, C. (2004). Culture, Black men, and prostate cancer: What is reality? Cancer Control Journal of the Moffitt Cancer Center, 11(6): 388-396. Woods, V. D. (2004). Voices of the People: An Afrocentric Plan for Better Health. San Bernardino, CA: San Bernardino County Printing Services. Woods, V. D. (2005). Primary Prevention Healthcare among Black Men: Social Ecological Predictors of Prostate Cancer Early Detection Access. (Doctor of Public Health Dissertation, Loma Linda University, 2005). Dissertation copyright no. TX 6-530-564. Loma Linda, California. Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S., Billiard, J. C., Ramirez-Johnson, J., & Wilson, C. (2005). Fear and distrust in America: Barriers to prostate cancer screening in Black men. Feature article in the Men’s Health Newsletter of the International Society of Men’s Health and Gender, March 2005.

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Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S, Herring, P, Gardner, R, & Stokols, D. (2006). Social ecological predictors of prostate specific antigen blood testing and digital rectal examinations in Black American men. Journal of National Medical Association, 98(4); 492-504. Woods, V. D., Greene, K, & Lee, N. (2008, December). Policy brief - the anatomy and realities of California assembly bill 1142: The statewide African American initiative. San Bernardino, California: African American Health Institute of San Bernardino County. Woods, V. D. (2009). African American health initiative planning project: A social ecological approach utilizing community-based participatory research methods. Journal of Black Psychology, 35(2):247-270. Murray, C. B., & Woods, V. D. (2009). Psychology of health disparities among African American populations: An overview. Journal of Black Psychology, 35(2):142-145. Murray, C. B., Woods, V.D., & McAdoo, H. P. (Guest Editors) (2009). Psychology of health disparities among African-American populations. Journal of Black Psychology, 35(2). Roberts, R., Mathan, B., Woods, V. D., & Odedina, F. (2009, June). Clinical profile of prostate cancer in The Bahamas: Real men die from prostate cancer. Canadian Urological Association Journal Woods, V. D., King, N. J., Hanna, S. M., & Murray, C. B., We ain’t crazy! Just coping with a crazy system: Pathways into the Black population for eliminating mental health disparities. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Mental Health, a report on the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Strategic Planning Workgroup (In press 2012). Woods, V. D., King, N. J., Hanna, S. M., & Murray, C. B., We ain’t crazy! Just coping with a crazy system: Pathways into the Black population for eliminating mental health disparities – Executive Summary. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Mental Health, a report on the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Strategic Planning Workgroup (In press 2012). Woods, V. D., King, N. J., Hanna, S. M., & Murray, C. B., We ain’t crazy! Just coping with a crazy system: Pathways into the Black population for eliminating mental health disparities – Legislative Brief. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Mental Health, a report on the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Strategic Planning Workgroup (In press 2012). Woods, V. D. & Smith, N. S., We ain’t crazy! Just coping with a crazy system: Pathways into the Black population for eliminating mental health disparities – Community Brief. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Mental Health, a report on the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Strategic Planning Workgroup (In press 2012).

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Smith, N. S., Williams, L., Woods, V. D., Hall-Burks, T., Lewis, E. T., Webb, E., & Jackson, M, African American Mental Health Providers Directory for California Residents. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Mental Health, a report on the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Strategic Planning Workgroup (In press 2012). Smith, N. S., Williams, L., Woods, V. D., Goddard, L. L., McGuire, L. C., & Edwards, S. T. African American Mental Health Scholars and Scholarly Works. Sacramento, CA: California Department of Mental Health, a report on the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) Strategic Planning Workgroup (In press 2012).

Peer-Reviewed Scientific Abstracts Woods, V. D. (1994). Countywide mass influenza and pneumonia immunization campaign for older adults. Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Public Health Association (PPHA), Annual Meeting. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Woods, V. D. (1995). Healthy Women 50+. Paper presented at the First Annual Keystone Breast Cancer Conference Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Woods, V. D. (1995). The Pennsylvania Department of Health Prostate Puzzle Campaign. Paper presented at the CDC National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention. Atlanta, Georgia Woods, V. D. (co-author) 1996. Diabetes Today: An African American Community Experience. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) Annual Meeting, New York City, N.Y. Woods, V. D. (co-author) 1996. Diabetes Today: An African American Community Experience. Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Public Health Association (PPHA) Annual Meeting Pittsburgh, PA Woods, V. D. (General Session Moderator) 1997. Diabetes in the New Health Care System: Challenges of Providing Quality Care. Paper presented at the National Diabetes Translation Conference Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). San Diego, CA Woods, V. D. (co-author) 1997. Improving Outcomes in Diabetes Care among Rural Physicians. Paper presented at the National Diabetes Translation Conference Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). San Diego, CA

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Woods, V. D. (co-author) 1997. Medical Strategies in the Prevention of Amputations in Persons with Diabetes. Paper presented at the National Diabetes Translation Conference Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). San Diego, CA Woods VD, Montgomery S, Belle S, Nortey JJ, (2002). It’s All About You: Recruitment and Retention Strategies Suggested by African American Men Targeted to Participate in the Prostate Health Promotion Study. Poster presentation at the Loma Linda University 70th Annual Postgraduate Alumni Association Convention of the School of Medicine. Loma Linda, CA Woods VD, Montgomery S, Belliard, J, Belle S, Ramirez-Johnson J, Nortey, JJ. (2002, November). Cultural health beliefs, attitudes, and fears of African American men and the associated impact on their willingness to participate in prostate cancer screening. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 130th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. Herring P, Montgomery S, Woods, VD, (2002, November). Narrowing the health disparity: integrating academia and practice. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 130th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA Diaz H, Herring P, Montgomery S, Woods VD, Holzhauser E, (2002, November).Utilizing qualitative research methods in developing a culturally specific diabetes selfmanagement program: A teaching and service collaboration model. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 130th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA Belle S, Montgomery S, Woods VD, Nortey JJ, (2002, November). Physician-patient communication and African American men’s perspectives on primary healthcare: A study in prostate cancer prevention. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 130th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA Belle S, Montgomery S, Woods VD, Nortey JJ, (2002, November). Differences in perceived barriers to screening and prostate cancer risk communication between primary care physicians and African American men. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 130th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA Woods VD, Montgomery S, Belle S, Nortey JJ. (2002, November). It’s All About You: Reaching and retaining African American men to participate in a prostate health promotion study. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 130th Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA

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Montgomery S, Hernandez E, Woods, VD, Belle S. (2003, November). Determinants of selfreported patterns of physician communication about prostate cancer prevention with their African American male patients. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 131th Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., Hernandez, A., & Wilson, S. (2003, November). Community health systems: A vision for better prostate healthcare for Black men. Paper presented at the 131st Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA. Jadalla, A., Oduor, I., Mamier, I., Kakkar, P., Montgomery, S. B., Woods, V. D., & Herring, R. P. (2004, November). Perceptions of African Americans/Blacks toward prevention and treatment healthcare services. Paper presented at the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., Stokols, D., Herring, R. P., & Gardner, R. (2004, November). Social ecological correlates and predictors of access to prostate cancer prevention. Paper presented at the 132nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. Woods VD, Razzouk N, Wilson S, Montgomery S, Herring P. (2004, November). Community participatory research: Building social ecological sustainability for healthier Afrocentric communities. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 132nd Annual Meeting. Washington, DC Futch J, Woods VD, Montgomery S. (2004, November). Surviving prostate cancer: A Black male’s experience. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 132nd Annual Meeting. Washington, DC Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., Herring, R. P., & Wilson, S. (2005, December). Voices of the people: An Afrocentric plan for better health. Paper presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA. Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., Herring, R. P., Gardner, R., & Stokols, D. (2005, December). Prostate cancer remains epidemic among Black men: Implications for policy. Paper presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA. Kyle, J.L., Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., Williams, D. R., Walsh, E. G., & Bailey, E. J. (2005, December) Medicine, Black men, prostate cancer, and ethics: An unresolved epidemic. Poster presented at the 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA.

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Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., & Toussaint, G. (2006, September). Why African American disparity in prostate cancer? Paper presented at the Annual Disparity Summit of the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN), Washington, DC. Woods, V. D., Rogers, A. J., Kyle, J., & Montgomery, S. B. (2006, November). Systems approach to eliminating racial and ethnic health disparities utilizing a social ecological community, private, academic paradigm. Paper presented at the 134th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA. Woods, V. D., Swift-Ford, O., Dunbar, R., & Montgomery, S. B. (2007, August). Utilizing community-based participatory engagement to increase African American women in clinical and prevention research. Paper presented at the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Office of Women’s Health Minority Women’s Health Summit, Washington, DC. Woods, V. D., Montgomery, S. B., & Nikuze, S. (2007, September). Utilizing communitybased participatory research (CBPR) to engage African American men in clinical trials and prevention. Paper presented at the Annual Disparity Summit of the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN), Washington, DC. Nikuze, S., Woods, V. D., & Montgomery, S. B. (2007, November). Community-based peer navigator training and education tool for prostate cancer prevention decision-making in Black men. Paper presented at the 135th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC. Woods, V. D. (2008, January). Community engagement and collaboration to facilitate change in Americans of African ancestry. Paper presented at the Network for a Healthy California Champions for Change: Taking Action for Healthy Eating and Active Living Conference 2008, Sacramento, CA. Williams-Brown, S., Woods, V. D., Hinton, L & Wong, L. (2008, May). The Role of Ethnic identity on the health-related attitudes of African American and Jamaican Black men in the South. Poster presented at the African-Caribbean Cancer Consortium – AC3, 2nd Annual International Meeting. Miami, Florida Woods VD. (2008, April). Engaging Americans of African Ancestry in problem solving strategies. Paper presented at the Medical Association of The Bahamas 36th Annual Scientific Conference. Nassau, Bahamas Woods, V. D., & Roberts, R. (2008, October). Engaging community for structural changes to eliminate critical public health social epidemics in America & the Bahamas. Paper presented at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA.

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Woods, V. D., & Greene, K. (2008, October). Creating a community-driven policy advocacy infrastructure to address ethnic health disparities. Paper presented at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA. Woods, V. D., & Carter, K. (2008, October). Epidemiological modeling of interventions for women in prison. Poster presented at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA. Woods, V. D., Carter, K., & Ojukwu, D. (2008, October). Utilizing community participatory research (CBPR) methods to document women’s health issues in prison. Paper presented at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA. Woods, V. D. & Carter, K. (2008, October). Invisible bars: Barriers to women’s health during and after incarceration. Paper presented at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA. Woods, V. D., & Greene, K. (2008, October). We the people: Champions for policy change.Paper presented at the 136th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA. Roberts, R., Mathan, B., Woods, V. D., & Odedina, F. T. (2009, February). Prostate cancer burden in the Bahamas: Real Men die from prostate cancer, Abstract #A89. Paper presented at the 2009 American Association for Cancer Research Caner Health Disparities Conference. Carefree, Arizona. Roberts, R., Mathan, B., Woods, V. D., & Odedina, F. (2009, June). Clinical profile of prostate cancer in The Bahamas: Real men die from prostate cancer, Abstract 308.00. Paper presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Urological Association, Montreal, Canada. Woods, V. D. & Smith, N. (2009, November). Pilot testing an African centered prostate cancer community-based decision-making curriculum. Paper presented at the 137th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA. Smith, N., Woods, V. D., Roberts, R., Ojukwu, D. (2009, November). Prostate cancer prevention in men of African Ancestry, what does culture have to do with it? A comparative analysis of American men and Bahamian men. Paper presented at the 137th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA. Woods, V. D. (2010, August). African American men’s response to prostate cancer prevention and early detection: The PCaP Toolkit© Paper presented at the Science of Global Prostate Cancer Disparities in Black Men Conference, Jacksonville, FL

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Woods, V. D. (2010, August). Cultural realignment and cognitive restructure: Missing links in eliminating disparities in prostate cancer prevention and early detection in African American men. Paper presented at the Science of Global Prostate Cancer Disparities in Black Men Conference, Jacksonville, FL Carter, K. & Woods, V. D. (2010, September 30). Invisible bars: Barriers to women’s health during and after incarceration. Paper presented at The California Wellness Foundation – Women’s Health Conference, Los Angeles, CA Williams, S. D., Ross, L., Hinton, L., Woods, V.D., & Roberts, R. (2010, October 1). Prostate cancer factual knowledge and misconceptions among African American, Jamaican, and Bahamian men. Poster presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR): The Science of Cancer Health Disparities In Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved, Miami, FL Williams, S.D., Ross, L., Hinton, L., Roberts, R., & Woods, V.D. (2010, October 1). Methodological considerations in comparing first-generation Jamaican Black immigrants to U.S.-born Black (African-American) men in public health, behavioral, or health disparities research. Paper presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR): The Science of Cancer health Disparities In Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved, Miami, FL Williams, S.D., Ross, L., Hinton, L., Woods, V.D., & Roberts, R. (2010, October 1). Ethnic variations in trusted sources of prostate cancer information among American, Jamaican, and Bahamian Black men. Paper presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR): The Science of Cancer health Disparities In Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved, Miami, FL Smith, N. S. & Woods, V. D. (2010, November). Increasing appropriate access to care for people of African ancestry living in America. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 138th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Denver, CO Woods, V.D. (2011, November). In our voices: Engaging people of African descent in defining community evidence for improved mental health outcomes. A poster presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 139th Annual Meeting & Exposition, Washington, DC Woods, V.D. (2011, November). Analyzing qualitative data using four theoretical perspectives to understand community-defined evidence for improved mental health outcomes in Blacks. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association (APHA) 139th Annual Meeting & Exposition, Washington, DC

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General Jeff & Woods, V. D. (2012). Complex individual, community and systems changes from the inside out: Skid Row resident positive movement. Abstract in review for the American Public Health Association (APHA) 140th Annual Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA Woods, V. D. & General Jeff. (2012). Skid Row resident positive movement: Down, but not out. Abstract in review for the American Public Health Association (APHA) 140th Annual Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA Woods, V. D., Mason, M. & Mason, R. (2012). The village project. Abstract in review for the 2012 American Public Health Association (APHA) 140th Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Francisco, CA Woods, V. D., Moncrief, R., Eriksson, E., & Johnson, L. (2012). Revitalizing African American communities: The ISOJI (e-so-gee) project. Abstract in review for the American Public Health Association (APHA) 140th Annual Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA Woods, V. D. (2012) California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP): African American engagement in creating community-defined practices for eliminating mental health disparities. Abstract in review for the American Public Health Association (APHA) 140th Annual Meeting & Exposition, San Francisco, CA Community & Translational Research Funded Projects Woods, V. D., Principle. GRANT# 2010-193, $150,000 award for October 2010 – September 2013; and GRANT # 2007-226 ($150,000) for October 2007 to September 2010 from The California Wellness Foundation (TCWF) to African American Health Institute of San Bernardino County (AAHI-SBC) for translation of community research findings into a sustainable community public policy advocacy infrastructure. Woods, V. D., Principle Investigator (PI). Contract #09-79055-006 with the California Department of Mental Health to conduct the California Reducing Disparities Project (CRDP) with African Americans; $611,052 awarded for March 2010 to December 2012. CRDP is a statewide strategic planning project utilizing community-based participatory research (CBPR) methods with people of African ancestry in developing communitydefined evidence for reducing mental health disparities, the creation of an African American Population Report focusing on mental health prevention and early intervention (PEI) and development of a Statewide Reducing Disparities Strategic Plan Woods, V. D., Principle Investigator (PI). Contract #08MC-SA016 with the California Department of Managed Health Care, Office of the Patient Advocate HEROIC: Statewide African American Initiative; $149,600 awarded for September 2009 – May 2011. Utilized community-based participatory research (CBPR) methods to engage African Americans in developing culturally appropriate outreach materials to increase access to care

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Woods, V. D., Principle. Grants # 20042400 ($50,000 from 2005 to 2006); #20051446 ($50,000 from 2005 to 2006); #20061623 ($50,000 from 2006 to 2007); #20071403 ($107,800 from 2007 to 2009); #20081550 ($50,000 from 2008 to 2009); and #20101084 ($50,000 from 2010 to 2011) from The California Endowment to translate community findings into a collaborative ecological infrastructure (the African American Health Institute) to continue health planning and implementation of community practices, conduct community advocacy, and to work with the African American population to improve health toward the elimination of health disparities. Williams-Brown, Shanita, Principle Investigator; Woods, V. D. Research Consultant, CDC/NCCDPHP/DCPD Grant #5 U48 DP 000049-3 (Ethno SIP-4) “Ethno-cultural and Regional Variations in Prostate Cancer Knowledge, Attitudes, and Screening Behaviors of African American and Jamaican Black Men” research study with Morehouse School of Medicine from May 2006 to May 2009 for $26,667. De Leon, Marino, Principle Investigator; Woods, V. D., Co-Investigator/Community Outreach and Partnership Core, NIHP-20 Export Grant #5 P20 MD001632-02 (Susanne B. Montgomery, Co-Principle Investigator) to engage Black American men into translational research by developing a community-based prostate cancer prevention decision-making tool for early intervention and access to care from October 2005 to January 2008. Wilson, Samuel., Principle; Woods, V. D., Project Director and Coordinator; The California Endowment Grant #20012404 to the San Bernardino County Medical Society Inland Wellness Information Network to conduct the African American Health Initiative (AAHI) Planning Project, a countywide strategic planning project utilizing community-based participatory research (CBPR); awarded $268,602 from July 2003 to February 2005 Montgomery, Susanne B., Principle Investigator; Woods, V. D., Research Associate and Project Coordinator; awarded $275,000 (CDC/ASPH S1392-20/21) to Loma Linda University Center for Health Research to conduct community research with Black men, the “Prostate Cancer Prevention Behaviors among African American Men Study” from October 2001 to September 2004.

Professional Presentations Woods, V. D. (1997, April). National State-based Diabetes Control Programs briefing to the United States Appropriation Subcommittee Washington, DC, in collaboration with the CDC Division of Diabetes Translation, the American Public Health Association (APHA), the American Diabetes Association (ADA), and the Association of State and Territorial Chronic Disease Program Directors Woods, V. D. (2004, October). The African American Health Initiative (AAHI). NAACP California State Convention, Sacramento, CA

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Woods, V. D. (2005, April). Voices of the People: An Afrocentric plan for better health. National Medical Association (NMA) Region IV Statewide Convention, Sacramento, CA Woods, V. D. (2005, April). Voices of the People: An Afrocentric plan for better health. California Black Health Network, Sacramento, CA Woods, V. D. (2005, May).Voices of the People: An Afrocentric plan for better health. Bioethics Medical Grand Rounds, Center for Christian Bioethics, Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, CA Woods, V. D. (2005, May). Social ecological factors predictive of prostate cancer early detection in Black American men. Social Policy and Social Research Colloquium, Loma Linda University (LLU), Loma Linda, CA Woods, V. D. (2005, October). Health disparities in San Bernardino County – The AAHI health planning project. James Wesley Vines, Jr., M.D. Medical Society, 6th Annual Healthcare Disparities Summit – Finding Solutions, La Sierra University, Riverside, CA Woods, V. D. & Murray C. (2005, October). Research and Black health perspectives – Obesity and Diabetes: A growing epidemic in California’s minorities communities. Expert Testimony to the California Legislature Assembly Select Committee on Critical Issues Hearing, Los Angeles, Woods, V. D. (2006, February). The State of Black California. California Legislative Black Caucus, Inland Empire Town Hall Meeting, Rialto, CA Woods, V. D. (2006, March). Health disparities in California – Impact on the Black Family. California Black Chamber of Commerce, Black Leadership Congress, Ontario, CA Woods, V. D. (2006, April). Health disparities. Kaiser Riverside Physicians Woods, V. D. (2008, March). Americans of African Ancestry: Real or Perceived Health Disparities. 2nd Annual African American Health Summit, Sacramento, CA Woods, V. D. (2008, April). Americans of African Ancestry: Real or Perceived Health Disparities. Celebration of Diversity Conference. Sumner College, Redlands, CA Woods, V. D. (2006, October). Health Disparities and the Obesity Epidemic in African Americans. 7th Annual J W Vines, Jr., MD Medical Society Health Disparities Summit, University of CA, Riverside

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Woods, V. D. (2008, January). Community Engagement & Collaboration to Facilitate Change in Americans of African Ancestry. Network for a Healthy California Champions for Change: Taking Action for Healthy Eating and Active Living Conference 2008, Sacramento, CA Woods, V. D. (2008, February). Americans of African Ancestry: Real or Perceived Health Disparities. Western University Health Professions Center. Pomona, CA Carter, K & Woods, V. D. (2010, September). Invisible bars: Barriers to women’s health during and after incarceration. The California Wellness Foundation – Women’s Health Conference. Los Angeles, CA

Word, Carol O. Association of Black Psychologists

2011 Parker St. Berkeley, CA 94704

Worrell, Frank C. Association of Black Psychologists

4511 Tolman Hall, #1670 Berkeley, CA

Wright, Julia S. Association of Black Psychologists

844 W. 123rd St. Los Angeles, CA 90044

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Wyatt, Gail, Ph.D. Director & Professor

UCLA AIDS Institute 760 Westwood Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 825-0193 gwyatt@mednet.ucla.edu

Scholarly Work Gupta, R. N., Wyatt, G. E., Swaminathan, S., Rewari, B. B., Locke, T. F., Ranganath,V., Sumner L. A., & Liu, H. (2008). Correlates of relationship, psychological, and sexual behavioral factors for HIV risk among Indian women. Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology, 14(3), pp.256-65. Myers, Sumner, Ullman, Loeb, Carmona, & Wyatt (2008). Trauma and Psychosocial Predictors of Substance Abuse in Women Impacted by HIV/AIDS. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research. Williams, H., Wyatt, H., Rivkin, H., Ramamurthi, H., Li, H., & Liu, H. (2008). Risk Reduction for HIV-Positive African American and Latino Men with Histories of Childhood Sexual Abuse. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 14(3). Wyatt, G. E., Williams, J. K., & Myers, H. F. (2008). African-American sexuality and HIV/AIDS: recommendations for future research. Journal of the National Medical Association, 100(1), pp. 44-8, 50-1. Myers, H. F., Wyatt, G. E., Loeb, T. B., Carmona, J. V., Warda, U., & Longshore, D. et al. (2006). Severity of child sexual abuse, post- traumatic stress and risky sexual behaviors among HIV-positive women. AIDS and Behavior, 10(2), pp. 191-9. Wyatt, G. E., Carmona, J. V., Loeb, T. B., & Williams, J. K. (2005). HIV-positive black women with histories of childhood sexual abuse: patterns of substance use and barriers to health care. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 16(4 Suppl B), pp. 9-23. Wyatt, G. E., Loeb, T. B., Desmond, K. A., & Ganz, P. A. (2005). Does a history of childhood sexual abuse affect sexual outcomes in breast cancer survivors? Journal of Clinical Oncology : Official Journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, 23(6):1261-9. Wyatt, G. E., Longshore, D., Chin, D., Carmona, J. V., Loeb, T. B., & Myers, H. F., et al. (2004). The efficacy of an integrated risk reduction intervention for HIV-positive women with child sexual abuse histories. AIDS and Behavior, 8(4), pp. 453-62.

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Wyatt, G. E., Myers, H. F., Loeb, T, B. (2004). Women, Trauma, and HIV: an overview. AIDS and Behavior. 2004; 8(4), pp. 401-3. Williams, J. K., Wyatt, G. E., Resell, J., Peterson, J., Asuan-O'Brien, A. (2004). Psychosocial issues among gay- and non-gay-identifying HIV-seropositive African American and Latino MSM. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 10(3), pp. 268-86. Eisenberger, N. I., Kemeny, M. E., Wyatt, G. E. (2003). Psychological inhibition and CD4 T-cell levels in HIV-seropositive women. Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 54(3), pp. 213-24. Loeb, T. B., Williams, J. K., Carmona, J. V., Rivkin, I., Wyatt, G. E., & Chin, D., et al. (2002). Child sexual abuse: associations with the sexual functioning of adolescents and adults. Annual Review of Sex Research, 13(4), pp. 307-45. Wyatt, G. E., Myers, H. F., Williams, J. K., Kitchen, C. R., Loeb, T., Carmona, J. V., et al. (2002). Does a history of trauma contribute to HIV risk for women of color? Implications for prevention and policy. American Journal of Public Health, 92(4), pp. 660-5.

Wynne, Michael Association of Black Psychologists

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Highlighted Research: Tailored Prevention and Early Interventions That Work for Black People by African American Scholars Investigator Belgrave et al., 2004 Project Sisters of Nia (Quasi-experimental) Focus African American girls in early adolescence, cultural values and beliefs, leadership, faith
African American fifthand sixth-graders; a substance use education program, a rites of passage program, a family therapy program, and a parenting program Girls of African descent ages 12 to 17; African "rites of passage" tradition; healthy selfesteem; instill cultural pride and selfappreciation; teach life and social skills for selfsufficiency; and discourage teenage pregnancy, juvenile delinquency, school dropout, and drug abuse

Outcomes Increased resilience; increases in ethnic identity; decreases in relational aggression;

Cherry et al., 1998

The NTU Project (Quasi-experimental)

Protective factors, particularly knowledge of African culture, increased racial identity, improved self-esteem, and improved school behaviors Decrease sexual activity, delay sexual activity, less likely to get pregnant, positive behaviors, ethnic pride, increase school attendance

Dixon et al., 2000

A Journey Toward Womanhood (Quasi-experimental)

Gant, 2003

JEMADARI Program (Random Control Trial)

African American men ages 18 to 63 in residential treatment centers; drug and sexual risk-related behaviors; using vignettes and case studies of male writers and artists with discussions on African American life

Drug abstinence, condom use, reduction of sexual partners

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Continued, Investigator Harvey and Hill, 2004 Project MAAT Africentric Adolescent and Family Rites of Passage Program (Quasi-experimental) Focus
African American adolescents ages 11.5 and 13.5 years and their families; to reduce substance abuse and antisocial behaviors and attitudes; after school program; family enhancement and empowerment; individual family counseling; African and African American culture; peer support African American drug users; Africentric concepts in counseling; involved client, the counselor & former (peer) drug user; African and African American values, spiritualism, interdependence, and transformative behavior based on the principles of MAAT African American women; substance abuse prevention; Africancentered behavioral change model; infusion of traditional African and African American cultural values; selfworth; develop protective factors to decrease engagement in risky behaviors

Outcomes
Increased self-esteem, parenting skills, racial identity, and community involvement

Longshore and Grills, 2000

Culturally Congruent AfricanCentered Treatment Engagement Project (Quasi-experimental)

less likely to use drugs; promotes overall recovery; increases selfesteem

Nobles, Goddard & Gilbert, 2007

Healer Women Fighting Disease (Quasi-experimental)

Increase motivation, decrease depression, increase knowledge and self-worth, adopting less risky sexual practices

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Continued, Investigator Washington et al., 2007 Project Kuumba Group (Uncontrolled, Pre-Post) Focus African American males ages 9 to 17; therapeutic, recreational group intervention, mentoring, Afrocentric values; individual and family focused; cultural identity, selfexploration, value clarifications and nonviolent conflict resolution Outcomes Increase in spiritual orientation, improved school and home behaviors

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Anthony-Perez, Bobbie M., Ph.D., MS, MA Bell, Carl C., M.D., P.A.P.A., F.A.C.P. Bellamy, Francene, Ph.D. Benton, Stacey Butler Jr., Lee H. Carruthers, Iva E., Ph.D. Crushon, Ngonzi T. Daniel, Lorraine A. J. Davis, Charles E., Ph.D. Deloach, Chante D., Psy.D. Etta, Victor, Ph.D., L.M.F.T, AODA, CRC Evans, Helen Greene, Elyse M., M.S. Grey, Harvette, Ph.D. Hamilton, Maisha Hawkins, Alesia O., Ph.D. Helm, Katherine M. Hill, Sean Hoy-Watkins, Michelle, Psy.D. Jackson-Bailey, Christina, Ph.D. James, Michelle D., Ph.D. Jennings, Richara, Psy.D. Jones, Patricia Y., Ph.D. Langtiw, Cynthia Lewis, Crystal Lowe, Sandra Mock, Lynne Neville, Helen, Ph.D., M.A. Smith, Glenda Spencer, Margaret B. Townsend, Nkechi, Ph.D. Turner, Larry D., Psy.D. Wash, Hattie, Psy.D. Williams, Constance Wilson, Torrey Cooper, Frankie Dixon, Carrie, Ph.D. Henry, Herbert Johnson, Kimberly E. Keglar, Shelvy, Ph.D. Lewis, Rhonda K., Ph.D. Dickerson-Dorsey, Martha, Ph.D. Fernander, Anita, Ph.D. Gilbert-White, Deborah

P.O. Box 19104 8704 South Constance Ave P.O. Box 438259 848 N. Lawler Ave. 117 Rhine Ave. 4533 S. Lake Park Ave. 606 East Woodland Park, #505 966 East 100th Place 912 Linden Ave. 1516 S. Wabash Ave., #1005 340 Maryview Ct. 1525 E. 53rd St., #531 748 S. Oakly Blvd., #1 3950 N. Lake Shore Dr., #706 P.O. Box 4734 1601 Parkview Ave. 4530 S. Woodlawn Ave., #405 1812 Meadow Lane 3614 S. Calumet Ave. 65 E. Wacker Place, #2100 1600 E. Golf Rd., Div #1 11137 S. Longwood Dr., #2F 1211 S. Prairie Pvt., #4301 1416 N. Noble 9204 S. Pleasant 6255 N. Sheridan Rd., #36 6629 S. Campbell Ave. 1002 S. Elm Blvd 6526 S. Woodlawn Ave., #3 5730 S. Woodlawn Ave., #202 8515 S. Constance 7235 South Euclid Ave. 8145 Prairie, #1 1101 S. State St., #1004 9049 S. Damen Ave. Indiana 2635 Lincoln Ave. 1106 Meridian St., #202 6706 Hidden Oak Lane 7531 Chestnut Hills Dr. 3676 Washington Blvd. Kansas 2606 N. Olendale Kentucky 120 East Brandeis 103 Medical Beh Science Bld 802 E. Madison St., D

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Kelly, Eugene McNeal, F. Janelle, Ph.D. Stevens-Watkins, Danelle, Ph.D., MA Wright, Lynda B., Ph.D. Barbarin, Oscar A., Ph.D. Allen, Patricia Bailey, Carolyn F. Beatty, Lula, Ph.D. Bediako, Shawn M., Ph.D. Bishop, Christopher Bolden, Mark A. Brooks, DeAnna Carrington, Christine H., Ph.D. Cunningham, Dana L., Ph.D. Ganaway, Traci, Psy.D., M.S.W Grayman, Nyasha, Ph.D., MA Harp III, Oscar J., Ph.D., M.S. Howard, Robin Kinard-Scott, Helen M. Lawson, William Leary III, George E. Lewis-Wadud, Dawn Marshall, Chester Mayas, Jean-Marie, Ph.D. Patterson, Jacqui Powell, Trina M., Psy.D., LCPC Randolph, Suzanne M. Russell, Marion C. Stills, Aaron, Ph.D. Talley, William Taylor-Ennis, Mary L., Ph.D. Tomes, Henry, Ph.D. Vidato, Atiba V. Yirenkyi, Genevieve, Ph.D. Bell, Angela B., Ph.D. Bynum, Edward B., Ph.D. Daniel, Jessica Jackson, Kathryn Okara, Ebi, Ed.D. Parham, Lynda M., Ph.D. Reid, Omar, Psy.D. Rollins, Judith, Ph.D. Bowman, Phillip J.

P.O. Box 43063 5214 Winchester Rd. 6119 Terry Rd. 102 Breckinridge Hall Louisiana 200 Broadway St., #213 Maryland 6702 Cathedral Ave. 3706 La Dova Way 9007 Wallace Rd. 102 Pinecove Ct. 9900 Greenbelt Rd., #E-293 1641 Carriage House Terrace, E 9815 Lake Pointe Ct., #202 10632 Little Patuxent Parkway 10334 Broom Lane 9543 Tessa Lane 133 Carneliard Ct. 10611 Cannonview Ct. 7119 Allentown Rd., #203 10 Travilah Terrace 13000 Luter Dr. 103 Locust Dr. 15811 Easthaven Ct. 1216 Portabello Ct. 110 Wayne Ave., #900 3501 Olive Branch Dr. 16304 Brook Trail Ct. 6522 Lake Park Dr., #303 6312 Barnwood Dr. 8313 Governor Ridgley Lane 1113 Richard Hazel Hall 6231 Fernway 4515 Willard Ave. 6204 Joyce Dr. 1701 Glebe Creek Way Massachusetts P.O. Box 240152 38 Boyden Rd. 300 Longwood Ave. 45 Winslow St. 10 Helen Dr. 892 Metropolitan Ave. P.O. Box 190781 106 Central St. Michigan 610 East University

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Douglas, Byron Faulkner-Jones, Hugh Fleming, George R., Ph.D. Green, Robert L. Ph.D. Jackson, James S., Ph.D. June, Lee N. Kelly, Sheryl Pratt, Helen Robinson, Amorie A., Ph.D. Stewart, Vlenaetta M., Ph.D. Williams-White, Sheila Winfield-Thomas, Evelyn B., Ph.D. Barner, Pearl, Ph.D. Garrett, Willie B., Ed.D. Garrett-Akinsanya, BraVada M., Ph.D. Hayden, Vincent “Peter”, Ph.D. Banks, Pamela G. Shakir, Adib A. Anderson, Mildred R. Clark, Eddie Davidson, Harry R., Ph.D. Falconer, Jameca, Ph.D. French, Bryana H., MA Hagins, Ray Murphy, Amanda Robinson, Marva Williams, Birdean Williams, Robert L., Ph.D., M.Ed. Cooper, Nyala Jones, Ph.D. Cross Jr., William, Ph.D. Jones, Annie L., Ph.D. Berry-McBride, Eloise, Ph.D. Bolling, Phyllis L., Ph.D. Clement, Monica L., Ph.D. Ferguson, Lenore, M.A. Franklin, Anderson Gary, Juneau Giagnacova, Rebecca, Psy.D. Greene, Clifford E., Ph.D. Henry, Vincent D., Psy.D. Hill, Ingrid Lewis, Maat E., Ph.D.

8553 Windsor Ct. 410 Begenstock Dr. 243 West Congress, #350 340 Orchard Hills Dr. 929 Harrington Lane 5701 Sandalwood Ct., #2A 2988 N. 30th 255 Worcester Place 4015 Kimberly Woods 19424 Bretton Dr. 22022 Bluebird Ave. Minnesota 1928 Rome Ave. 1372 Carling Dr., #304 2100 Pylmouth Ave. North, #245 1500 Golden Valley Rd. Mississippi 976 Metairie Rd. Missouri 3 Nob Hill 3445 South State Route 291, M 69 Bellerive Acres 16 Hill Hall 11220 W. Florissant Ave., #252 6211 McPherson 11346 Cypress Village Dr., #4 2184 Courtleigh Lane 8052 Amherst Nevada 577 Duran St. 4505 Maryland Parkway 8786 188th St., #1 New Jersey 99 Northfield Ave., #2 201 Watchung Ave., #3B 1236 Magnolia Place 50 Pine St., #302 11 Angelica Court 32 Bowspirit Dr. 317 C. Crowells Rd. 214 Engle St., #10 410 Eugenia Dr. 77 South Munn Ave., #702 55 Jewett Ave.

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Lewis, Sandra Y., Psy.D. Okorodudu, Corann, Ed.D., M. Ed. Walker Jr., James Williams, Daniel E., Ph.D., P.A. Williams-Johnson, Denise, Ph.D. York, Joan E., Ph.D. Akhu, Adowa M., Ph.D. Boxley, Russell Branch, Tracey Canson-Griffith, Patricia, Ph.D. Clairjeune, Yuan S. Codrington, Jamila N., Ph.D. Constantine, Madonna, Ph.D. DeFour, Darlene, Ph.D. Edwards, Thomas Golding, Cleonis E. Golding, Constance Gordon, Edmund, Ph.D., M.A. Griffith, Stanford, Psy.D. Jones, Hollie Longmire-Avital, Buffie, Ph.D. Mangum, Afiya, Ph.D. McGlashan, Alexandra, Psy.D. Nicholas, Lorie Orbe-Austin, Richard, Ph.D. Pulliam, Barbara A., Ph.D. Streets, Barbara F., Ph.D. Sutherland, Marcia E., Ph.D. Todd, Marya Wallace, Scyatta, Ph.D. Weston, Raymond E., Ph.D., M.S. Whaley, Arthur L., Ph.D. White-Davis, Tanya M., Psy.D. Whitten, Lisa A., Ph.D. Wilton, Leo, Ph.D., M.A. Woodson, William B., Ph.D. Anderson, Michelle E. Ashanti, Kwabena, Ph.D. Chestnut, Dennis E., Ph.D. Coe, Mark Edwards, Christopher Grant, Frances Hammond, Wizdom, Ph.D., M.P.H., M.S. Hicks-Ray, Denyse, Ph.D. Kambon, Mawiyah, Ph.D.

77 Orange Rd., #72 725 Carter Hill Dr. 314 Sycamore Ave. 185 Central Ave. 185 Central Ave., #615 138 Sanhican Dr. New York 127 Chauncy St. 2 McDonald Circle, #2X 82-45 135th St., #2N 959 Cramer Court 952 East 39th St., #1 168 Macon St. 525 W. 120th St., #102 1919 Madison Ave., #615 P.O. Box 340121 70 W. 95th St., #4D 400 Central Park West 3 Cooper Morris Dr. 166-05 Highland Ave., L1 1583 St. Marks Ave., #1 113 Clara St., C7 862 School Dr. 83-24 242nd St. 17-11 Granada Crescent 530 East 23rd St., 13G 81 Irving Place, #1B 7060 State Rt. 104 22 Doorstone Dr. South 1084 Washington Ave. 582 Saint Marks Ave., #3 1071 E. 37th St. 327 Edgecombe Ave., #8 656 Winthrop Dr. P.O. Box 210 P.O. Box 6000 444 Central Park West North Carolina 531 Timberline Ridge Lane 2815 Cates Avenue 1801 East Fifth St. 529 N. Graham St., #2D 932 Morreene Rd. 7631 Ladden Court 334B Rosenau Hall 9930 Lanaken Dr. 2011 Poole Rd.

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Moore, Carolyn D., Ph.D. Mount, David L., Psy.D. Richard, Harriette, Ph.D. Woods-Giscombe, Cheryl L., Ph.D., RN Bagley, Cherie A., Ph.D. Burlew, A. Kathleen, Ph.D. Chapman, Pamela, Ph.D. Dobbins, James English, Paula Ghee, Anna C., Ph.D. Ghee, Kenneth, Ph.D. Hall, Howard James-Myers, Linda B., Ph.D. Jenkins, Adelbert H., Ph.D., M.A Martin, Juanita K., Ph.D. McCarley, Victor J., Psy.D. Mosely-Howard, Gerri S. Queener, John E., Ph.D. Roberts, Vernard Speight, Suzette L., Ph.D. Terry, Karen M., Ph.D. Tiamiyu, Mojisola F., Ph.D. Twe, Boikai S. Warfield, Janeece R., Ph.D., Psy.D. Whittington-Clark, Linda, Ph.D. Williams, Michael Williams, Willie S., Ph.D. Winfrey, LaPearl L., Ph.D. Hayles, V. Robert, Ph.D. DeGury, Joy, Ph.D. Abdullah-Johnson, Umar R., Psy.D, M.Ed., NCSP Alston, Robbie Dade, Lennell Danzy, Julia Favor, Kevin Finley, Laurene Y., Ph.D. Fitzgerald, Linda Foremanye, DeVera L., Ph.D. Garibaldi, Antoine Gooden, Ayo M., Ph.D. Gordon, Thomas A. Hinds-Zaami, Denise, Ed.D., M.S., M.A. Hunt, Portia, Ph.D., M.S

1801 Fayettville St. 5350 Gray Cliff Lane 3200 Lakewood Edge Dr. 5221 Malik Dr. Ohio 1139 Castleton Rd. Mail Location #376 5350 E. Livingston Ave., #104 721 Homewood Ave. 2504 Euclid Heights Blvd. 8460 Gwilada Dr. 8460 Gwilada Dr. Euclid Ave., #3150 5800 Sunbury Rd. 196 Kendal Dr. 530 Mineola Ave. P.O. Box 60252 10244 Dear Hollow Dr. 679 Village Parkway 2365 Bellevue Ave. 5979 E. Livingston Ave. 7713 Ginger Gold Dr. 1920 Philadelphia Dr. 6232 Wellington Place Dr. 2525 W. Bancroft St. 4830 Old Hickory Place 20310 Chagrin Blvd. 285 Belle Watlin Ct. Oregon P.O. Box 969 Portland State University Pennsylvania P.O. Box 6872 4054 Ridge Ave., #1 108A N 50th St. 536 East Locust Ave. 2122 N. 18th St. 3010 N. 4th St. 140 Roosevelt Ave. 204 Bay Mist Dr. P.O. Box 623 1122 Lakeside Ave. 111 Oak Pointe Circle 607 E. Sedgwick St.

Durham Clemmons Charlotte Durham Cleveland Heights Cincinnati Columbus Dayton Cleveland Heights Cincinnati Cincinnati Cleveland Gahanna Oberlin Akron Dayton Cincinnati Fairlawn Columbus Columbus Holland Dayton Dayton Toledo Trotwood Shaker Heights Beavercreek Manzanita Portland Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Harrisburg York Erie Westtown Philadelphia State College Philadelphia

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1301 North 54th St. 138 Shady Lane 753 Emerald Dr. South Carolina 633 New Stock Dr. 21 West Cedar Ave. 225 Sweet Alyssum Dr. 22 Crossbow Lakes Ct. 15 Alison Way Tennessee 11622 Channing Way 1108 E. Old Hearthstone Circle 615 McCallie Ave. 6205 Maggie Oaks Dr. P.O. Box 210927 1412 Napa Point W. 1023 Island Brook Dr. 4539 Benjestown Rd. 3710 Westport Dr. Texas 1702 Stone Lake 7201 Ranch Rd., #1406 11913 Lansdown Rd. 435 Farish Hall 1 University Station D3500 1560 West Bay Area Blvd., #110 5817 Melrose Ave. 1091 Ranchstone Dr., #716 P.O. Box 310035 8802 Leader St. 408 Tarrow St. 1302 Andrews St. 12500 Cypress Rd., #9306 Virginia 109 Quinace Lane 9412 Braxton Way 15806 Bobolink Dr. 700 Park Place 3564 South Georgia Mason Dr. 5326 Center St. 6006 Spring Glen Ct. 256 Lane Crescent 915 W Franklin St 2404-B South Walter Reed Dr. P.O. Box 400400 1506 Greycourt Ave.

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Iman, Farug Little-Walker, Roma Shell, Latinia M., M.Ed., LPC, NCC Hall, Alicia V. Shannon, Linda Smith, LaShonda Y. Stone-Motes, Particia, Ph.D. Watson, Sterling P. Brown, Ronald Caldwell, Leon, Ph.D. Cothran, Dee L., Ph.D., A.M Harper, Warren E., Ph.D. Jackson, Anna Jackson, Cynthia D., Ph.D. Jeffries, Rosemary G., Ph.D. Potts, Randolph, Ph.D. Terrell, David L., Ph.D. Batiste-Roberts, Gloria, Dr.P.H., LMSW-AP Bentley, Keisha, Ph.D., M.A. Cokely, Kevin O’Neal Coleman, M. Nicole, Ph.D., M.A. Davis, King, Ph.D., M.S.W Higgins Jr., Napoleon B., M.D. Jenifer, Ericka S., M.S. Moore, Paula A. Pettigrew, Dorothy C., Psy.D. Preston, Ruby Williams, Brian, Ph.D. Wilson, Courtney D. Wilson, Derek J., Ph.D. Anderson, William H. Belgrave, Faye, Ph.D. Cooke, Benson G., Ed.D. Cooley, Joy Harper, Frederick, Ph.D. Mann, Warrenetta C., Psy.D. Pugh, Kendra, Psy.D. Trotter, Pamela, Ph.D., M.A. Utsey, Shawn, Ph.D. Webb, Schuyler C. Wilson, Melvin N., Ph.D. Young, Evelyn K.

Philadelphia Lansdale Lancaster Hopkins McBee Ladson Columbia Columbia Knoxville Coverville Chattanooga Bartett Nashville Antioch Hendersonville Memphis Nashville Missouri City Austin Austin Houston Austin Friendswood San Angelo Houston Houston Houston College Station Houston Cypress Charlottesville Mechanicsville Woodbridge Norfolk Alexandria Williamsburg Chesterfield Smithfield Richmond Arlington Charlottesville Richmond

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Henry, Allyson Pryor, Virginia Pollard, Diane S. Prather, Tiffany Price, Frances L., Ph.D.

Washington 1008 148th Ave. 1300 Dexter Ave. Wisconsin 4821 W. Woodlawn Ct. 7220 W. Wabash Ave. Wyoming 1465 N. 4th St., #101

Bellevue Seattle Milwaukee Milwaukee Laramie

98007 98109 53208 53223 82072

International Scholars
Azuonye, Ikechukwu Gaines, Stanley O., Ph.D. McGriff, Gregory England 10 Harley Street UX Bridge Virgin Islands London Middlesex St. Thomas W1G 9PF UB8 3PH 802

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Ajamu, Adisa Cross, Donald T. Ph.D. Escoffery, Aubrey S., Ph.D. Frazer, Ricardo A., Ph.D. Irving, Miles Johnson, E.M., Ph.D. McSweeney, Madikini, M.A. Myers, Linda J., Ph.D. Phillips, Fred Prince, Kevin J., Ph.D. Rasayon, Niyana K., Ph.D. Russelle, Cleodel J.

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