Lisa Bowleg

Affiliations: 
University of Rhode Island, Providence, RI, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology, Women's Studies, Public Health, Social Psychology
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Bowleg L, Massie JS, Holt SL, et al. (2020) How black heterosexual men's narratives about sexual partner type and condom use disrupt the and partner dichotomy: 'we still get down, but we not together'. Culture, Health & Sexuality. 1-18
Bowleg L, English D, Del Rio-Gonzalez AM, et al. (2016) Measuring the Pros and Cons of What It Means to Be a Black Man: Development and Validation of the Black Men's Experiences Scale (BMES). Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 17: 177-188
Mertens DM, Bazeley P, Bowleg L, et al. (2016) Expanding Thinking Through a Kaleidoscopic Look Into the Future: Implications of the Mixed Methods International Research Association’s Task Force Report on the Future of Mixed Methods Journal of Mixed Methods Research. 10: 221-227
Bowleg L, English D, del Rio-Gonzalez AM, et al. (2016) Measuring the Pros and Cons of What It Means to Be a Black Man: Development and Validation of the Black Men's Experiences Scale (BMES) Psychology of Men and Masculinity
Bowleg L, Heckert AL, Brown TL, et al. (2015) Responsible men, blameworthy women: Black heterosexual men's discursive constructions of safer sex and masculinity. Health Psychology : Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association. 34: 314-27
Bowleg L, Burkholder GJ, Noar SM, et al. (2015) Sexual scripts and sexual risk behaviors among Black heterosexual men: development of the Sexual Scripts Scale. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 44: 639-54
Baker JL, Rodgers CR, Davis ZM, et al. (2014) Results from a secondary data analysis regarding satisfaction with health care among African American women living with HIV/AIDS. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing : Jognn / Naacog. 43: 664-76
Bowleg L, Neilands TB, Tabb LP, et al. (2014) Neighborhood context and Black heterosexual men's sexual HIV risk behaviors. Aids and Behavior. 18: 2207-18
Bowleg L, Fitz CC, Burkholder GJ, et al. (2014) Racial discrimination and posttraumatic stress symptoms as pathways to sexual HIV risk behaviors among urban Black heterosexual men. Aids Care. 26: 1050-7
Bowleg L, Teti M, Malebranche DJ, et al. (2013) "It's an Uphill Battle Everyday": Intersectionality, Low-Income Black Heterosexual Men, and Implications for HIV Prevention Research and Interventions. Psychology of Men & Masculinity. 14: 25-34
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