African American Faith Communities Project (AAFCP), Dr. Pamela Martin
Dr. Martin’s multidisciplinary and ethnically diverse research team investigates the many different ways faith communities support families in the rearing of adolescents. Therefore, participation in AAFCP helps churches, clergy, parents and researchers understand how adolescents incorporate religious messages into their daily lives.
Biopsychosocial Research Lab, Dr. Sandra Waters
Ella Baker Community Training Lab, Dr. George Cliette
Frances Sumner Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, Dr. Rodney Cunningham
George A. Miller Laboratory on Cognition and Language Process, Dr. Walter Charles
Psychology and Law Lab, Dr. Agatha Carroo
Psychology Well-Being Lab, Dr. Jonathan Livingston
Dr Livingston’s research lab focuses on factors related to mental and physical health among African Americans. His research team investigates social and psychological factors that impact African American life and well-being . Thus he employs and ecological approach to investigate the influence of racism, social and economic inequality upon the African American families and communities.
Social Psychology Lab, Dr. Agatha Carroo