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Stereotype images and substance use among urban African American
girls. Journal of Women’s Health, 20
S.A., McLellan-Lemal, E.,
Harris, M., Townsend, T., Miller, K.S. (2011). Why Take an HIV Test? Concerns, Benefits and
Strategies to Promote HIV testing among low-income heterosexual
African American young adults. Health Education and
Behavior, 38 (5), 462-470.
L. M., Doehler, K., Wallace, S. A., &
Hannah, N. J. (2011). The Parentification Inventory: Development,
validation, and cross-validation. American Journal of Family
Therapy, 36, 226-241.
Wallace, S.A., Miller, K.S., Forehand, R. (2008). Perceived peer norms
and sexual intentions
among African American pre-adolescents. AIDS Education and Prevention,
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Jarrett, S. T., Kelvin, E. A., Wallace, S. A.,
Augenbraun, M. Hogben, M., Liddon, N., McCormack, W.M., Rubin, S.,
Wilson, T. E. (2008).
HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infection Risk Behaviors and Beliefs
among Black West Indian Immigrants and US-born Blacks. American Journal of
Public Health, 98 (11), 2042-2050.
Wallace, S.A., & Fisher, C. B. (2007). Substance use attitudes among urban Black
adolescents: The role
of parent, peer, and cultural factors. Journal of Youth
and Adolescence, 36 (4), 441-451.
Caldwell, M., Miller-Brotman, L., Coard, S.C., Wallace, S.A.,
Stellabotte, D. & Calzada, E.J. (2005). Community involvement
in adapting and testing a prevention program for preschoolers
living in urban communities: ParentCorps. Journal of Child and Family
Studies, 14 (3), 373-386.
Calzada, E.J., Caldwell, M.B, Miller-Brotman, L.S,
Brown, E.J, Wallace,
S.A., McQuaid, J. H, Rojas-Flores, L., & O’Neal, C.R. (2005). Training community members
to serve as paraprofessionals in an evidence-based, prevention
program for parents of preschoolers. Journal of Child and Family
Studies, 14 (3), 387-402.
Coard, S. C., Wallace, S.A., Stevenson,
H.C., & Miller-Brotman, L. (2004). Towards culturally relevant
preventive interventions: Use of racial socialization
in parent training with African American families. Journal of Child and Family
Studies, 13 (2), 249-265.
Murry, V.M., Kotchick, B., Wallace, S.A., Ketchen,
B., Eddings, K., Heller, L., & Collier, I.
(2004). Race, culture,
Implications for a community intervention. Journal of Child and Family
Studies 13 (1), 81-99.
Ball, J., Pelton, J., Forehand, R., Long, N., &
Wallace, S.A. (2004). Methodological overview of
Parents Matter! Project. Journal of Child and Family
Studies, 13 (1), 21-34.
Kuthar, T., & Wallace, S.A. (2003).
Community violence and sociomoral development: An African American
cultural perspective. American Journal of
Orthopsychiatry, 73 (2), 177-189.
Fisher, C., Wallace, S.A., Fenton,
R.E. (2000). Discrimination distress during adolescence. Journal of Youth and
Adolescence, 29 (6), 679-695.
Fisher, C., & Wallace, S.A. (2000).
Through the community looking glass: Re-evaluating the ethical
& policy implications of research on adolescent risk and
& Behavior, 10 (2), 99-118.
Book Chapters &
Wallace, S.A. & Ojie, M.J. (2009). Project SMART
(Supporting Minority Adolescent Research
Training): A needs assessment to
inform a behaviorally focused health disparities
program for racial and ethnic minority high school
students. Communique Special
Psychological and behavioral perspectives
on Health Disparities. Washington, DC:
Psychological Association Office of Ethnic Minority
Wallace, S.A. (2005). Addressing health
disparities through relational ethics: An approach
increasing African American participation
in biomedical and health research. In. J. E. Trimble & C. B.
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graduate school: Hard times traveling on the D train day to day,
dreaming of life as a Ph.D. In V. L. Farmer (Ed.), The Black Students Guide to
Graduate and Professional Schools. Westport, CT: Greenwood