- Understanding the functions of the social support networks of pregnant and parenting adolescents
- Identifying risk and protective factors for adolescents from disadvantaged backgrounds
- Evaluation of school and community-based interventions for urban youth
B.A. Rhodes College
Psychology 225 - PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology 311 - COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology 338 - TEST AND MEASUREMENTS
Psychology 351 - COMMUNITY/PROGRAM EVALUATION
Psychology 485 - SENIOR SEMINAR
Davis, A. A. (2002). Younger and older African American adolescent mothers’ relationships with their mothers and female peers. Journal of Adolescent Research, 17(5), 491-508.
Davis, A. A., & Rhodes, J. E., & Hamilton-Leaks, J. (1997). When both parents may be a source of support and/or problems: An analysis of pregnant and parenting female African American adolescents’ relationships with their mothers and fathers. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 7(3), 331-348.
Davis, A. A., & Rhodes, J. E. (1994). African American teenage mothers and their mothers: An analysis of supportive and problematic interactions. Journal of Community Psychology, 22, 12-20.
Rhodes, J. E. & Davis, A. A. (1996). Supportive ties between nonparent adults and urban, adolescent girls. In B. J. Leadbeater, & N. Way (Eds.), Urban girls: Resisting stereotypes, creating identities (pp. 213-225). New York: New York University Press.
Scott-Jones, D., Davis, A., Foster, M., & Hughes, T. (1995). Sexual and contraceptive behavior among Black adolescents. In R. L. Taylor (Ed.), Social and economic status of Black youth in the United States (pp. 157-178). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.