Brenna H. Bry

Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology 
Counseling Psychology, Educational Psychology Education, Secondary Education
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Chiong AS, Bry BH, Johnson VL. (2010) Mediators between coping styles and substance use/intentions in urban, high school freshmen. Addictive Behaviors. 35: 57-9
Johnson VL, Holt LJ, Bry BH, et al. (2008) Effects of an integrated prevention program on urban youth transitioning into high school Journal of Applied School Psychology. 24: 225-246
Holt LJ, Bry BH, Johnson VL. (2008) Enhancing school engagement in at-risk, urban minority adolescents through a school-based, adult mentoring intervention Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 30: 297-318
Kellner MH, Bry BH, Salvador DS. (2008) Anger management effects on middle school students with emotional/behavioral disorders: Anger log use, aggressive and prosocial behavior Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 30: 215-230
Pugh LA, Bry BH. (2007) The protective effects of ethnic identity for alcohol and marijuana use among Black young adults. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology. 13: 187-93
Vangsness L, Bry BH, LaBouvie EW. (2005) Impulsivity, negative expectancies, and marijuana use: a test of the acquired preparedness model. Addictive Behaviors. 30: 1071-6
Attaway NM, Bry BH. (2004) Parenting style and black adolescents' academic achievement Journal of Black Psychology. 30: 229-247
Kellner MH, Colletti LA, Bry BH. (2003) Increasing Anger Log Use during School among Middle School Students with Emotional/Behavioral Disorders Child and Family Behavior Therapy. 25: 7-21
Kellner MH, Bry BH, Colletti LA. (2002) Teaching anger management skills to students with severe emotional or behavioral disorders Behavioral Disorders. 27: 400-407
Kellner MH, Bry BH. (1999) The effects of anger management groups in a day school for emotionally disturbed adolescents Adolescence. 34: 645-651
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