Scyatta A. Wallace, Ph.D.

2002 Fordham University, Bronx, NY, United States 
Developmental Psychology, Black Studies, Individual and Family Studies
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Celia B. Fisher grad student 2002 Fordham University
 (Cultural resilience: An examination of parent, peer, and cultural factors associated with Black teenage attitudes toward delinquency and substance use.)
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Wallace SA, Strike KS, Glasgow YM, et al. (2016) 'Other than that, I'm Good': Formerly Incarcerated Young Black Men's Self-Perceptions of Health Status. Journal of Health Care For the Poor and Underserved. 27: 163-80
Wallace SA, Townsend TG, Glasgow YM, et al. (2011) Gold diggers, video vixens, and Jezebels: stereotype images and substance use among urban African American girls. Journal of Women's Health (2002). 20: 1315-24
Wallace SA, McLellan-Lemal E, Harris MJ, et al. (2011) Why take an HIV test? Concerns, benefits, and strategies to promote HIV testing among low-income heterosexual African American young adults. Health Education & Behavior : the Official Publication of the Society For Public Health Education. 38: 462-70
Wallace SA, Miller KS, Forehand R. (2008) Perceived peer norms and sexual intentions among African American preadolescents. Aids Education and Prevention : Official Publication of the International Society For Aids Education. 20: 360-9
Hoffman S, Beckford Jarrett ST, Kelvin EA, et al. (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: 2042-50
Kuther TL, Wallace SA. (2003) Community violence and sociomoral development: an African American cultural perspective. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 73: 177-89
Fisher CB, Wallace SA. (2000) Through the community looking glass: reevaluating the ethical and policy implications of research on adolescent risk and sociopathology. Ethics & Behavior. 10: 99-118
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