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I’m published in AIDS and Behavior!

Corsbie-Massay, C.L., Miller, L.C., Christensen, J.L. et al. (2016). Identity Conflict and Sexual Risk for Black and Latino YMSM. AIDS and Behavior. doi:10.1007/s10461-016-1522-7 Young (aged 18–30) Black and Latino men who have sex with men are at a higher risk of … Continue reading

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Are You Happy Now? #MentalHealthMonday

This episode of SpongeBob SquarePants makes some very interesting (and valuable) comments about depression. I’m glad to know that children’s programming can tackle serious adult issues in a normative, “fun” fashion: There is no simple solution to depression, and, as … Continue reading

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Isla Vista Killings: The Unfortunate Manifestation of a “Tortured Mulatto”

Many are shocked when I mention this phrase.  The tortured, or tragic, mulatto is a stereotype that describes the situation of mixed race individuals. This classic racism highlights their unique place between groups, and assumes that existing at this unique … Continue reading

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Health communication and the digital divide: The role of display resolution on eHealth intervention effectiveness.

Advances in new media have drastically altered health communication (Cassell, Jackson, & Cheuvront, 1998; Abroms, Schaivo, & Lefebvre, 2008), but the effectiveness of eHealth interventions may depend upon platform and hardware access (Bennett & Glasgow, 2009). The current research investigates how … Continue reading

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A Cross-Sectional and Comparative Analysis of California Female Inmates

Grills, C.,  Villanueva, S., Anderson, M., Corsbie-Massay, C.L., Smith, B., Johnson, L., & Owens, K. (in press). Effectiveness of Choice Theory Connections: A Cross-Sectional and Comparative Analysis of California Female Inmates. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. Abstract … Continue reading

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