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2021 journal article
ANTI-BLACK STRUCTURAL RACISM GOES ONLINE: A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR RACIAL HEALTH DISPARITIES RESEARCH
ETHNICITY & DISEASE.
By: V. Volpe, L. Hoggard, H. Willis & B. Tynes
Aspects of campus climate and mental health threats: The role of hypervigilance
JOURNAL OF AMERICAN COLLEGE HEALTH.
By: J. Timmerman & V. Volpe
2020 journal article
A Mixed Methods Investigation of Black College-Attending Emerging Adults' Experiences With Multilevel Racism
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ORTHOPSYCHIATRY, 90(6), 687–702.
By: V. Volpe, D. Katsiaficas, G. Benson & S. Rivera
Gender discrimination and women's HPA activation to psychosocial stress during the postnatal period
JOURNAL OF HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY.
By: V. Volpe, D. Dawson & H. Laurent
Impostor Phenomenon and Psychological Well-Being: The Moderating Roles of John Henryism and School Racial Composition Among Black College Students
JOURNAL OF BLACK PSYCHOLOGY.
By: D. Bernard, S. Jones & V. Volpe
Liberatory Media Literacy as Protective Against Posttraumatic Stress for Emerging Adults of Color
JOURNAL OF TRAUMATIC STRESS.
By: V. Volpe, H. Willis, P. Joseph & B. Tynes
Longitudinal Relations Between Skin Tone and Self-Esteem in African American Girls
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 56(12), 2322–2330.
By: E. Adams, B. Kurtz-Costes, A. Hoffman, V. Volpe & S. Rowley
Cognitive flexibility and the health of Black college-attending young adults experiencing interpersonal racial discrimination
By: V. Volpe, A. Beacham & O. Olafunmiloye
2019 journal article
The role of emotional eating in the links between racial discrimination and physical and mental health
JOURNAL OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, 42(6), 1091–1103.
By: L. Hoggard, V. Volpe, A. Thomas, E. Wallace & K. Ellis
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