North Carolina Central University
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NC 27707
The Relationship between Parental Attachments, Family Cohesion and Depression among African American College Students.
The Relation of Socioeconomic Status, Substance Abuse, and Perceived Social Support on Recidivism Rates of African American Males.
The Relationship among Secure and Insecure Parental Attachment in African American Undergraduates and Self-Esteem.
The Effectiveness of Theatre in Educating African American Women about Breast Cancer.
The Association between Time Spent in Childcare and Attention, Hyperactivity, and Aggression in Pre-School Children.
The Relationship between Aggression, Self-Esteem, and Academic Achievement among African American Males in an Alternative School Setting.
The Impact of Psychological Empowerment and Spirituality on Self-esteem among African American Women.
The Impact of Employment, Substance Use, Poverty, and Maternal Financial Responsibility on Black Women's Incarceration.
Touch of Sugga: Using Theater as an Educational Approach to Addressing Diabetes among African Americans.
The Relationship of Racial Identity and Spirituality as Moderators between Perceived Racism and Self-esteem among African American Women.
The Influence of Family Structure on Pain Outcomes in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease.
The Relationship between Male and Female Guardian's Use of Abusive Tactics in Family of Origin and Battering in Lesbian Relationships.
The Effect of Teacher Expectation on Self-Efficacy, Outcome Expectation, and Academic Achievement.
An Investigation of the Levels of Acculturation and Acculturated Stress and Their Relationship to Anger among African Americans.