There are several ways in which our work in the co-Lab includes diversity-related studies. These are particularly evident in the types of studies that students have done in the lab over the years and examples appear below. Additional opportunities to engage in diversity-related research include extensions of our work in developmental pathways to substance use, in children’s gratitude, and in methodological applications.
Examples of prior work include the following:
- Manning, J. (2009). Parent emotion socialization in African American adolescents. Unpublished dissertation.
- Hussong, A.M., Ennett, S.T., McNeish, D., Rothenberg*, W.A., Cole, V., Gottfredson, N.C., & Faris, R.W. (2018). Teen social networks and depressive symptoms-substance use associations: Developmental and demographic variation. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drug Use, 79(5): 770-780. http://dx.doi.org/10.15288/jsad.2018.79.770
- Jensen, M., Hussong, A.M., & Baik, J. (2018). Text messaging and social network site use to facilitate alcohol involvement: Comparison of US and Korean college students. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 21, 311-317.
- Yi*, J.Y., Chen*, Y, Hussong, A.M., & Daughters, S.B. (2016). Acculturation and substance use among Hispanic-Latino and Asian adolescents. Current Psychiatry Reviews, 12 (2), 139-149. doi: 10.2174/1573400512666160216234716
- Stein, G.L., Hussong, A.M., & Chassin, L. (2015). An examination of the leaving home transition for children of alcoholics and their families: A comparison of Latino and non-Latino European Americans. Journal of Family Issues. 36(6), 784-804. doi: 10.1177/0192513X13498592.
- Smith, R. K. & Hussong, A. M. (June, 2016). The Influence of Race Socialization Practices on Alcohol Use in African American College Students. Poster presented at annual meeting of the Research Society on Alcoholism, New Orleans, LA.