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Mia Smith Bynum Publications

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 22 references in this bibliography folder.

Kelly, S, Jeremie-Brink, G, Chambers, AL, and Smith-Bynum, MA (2020).
The Black Lives Matter Movement: A Call to Action for Couple and Family Therapists
Family Process, 59(4):1374-1388.

Davies, B, Allen, S, Hart, J, Francois, T, and Smith-Bynum, M (2019).
“No [Right] Way to Be a Black Woman”: Exploring Gendered Racial Socialization Among Black Women
Psychology of Women Quarterly , 43(3):381-397.

Davis, B, Smith-Bynum, M, Saleem, F, Francois, T, and Lambert, S (2016).
Racial socialization, private regard, and behavior problems in African American youth: Global self-esteem as a mediator
Journal of Child and Family Studies.

Franco, M and Smith-Bynum, M (2016).
The relationship between racial identity and perceived significance of the election of President Barack Obama among African American mothers
Identity, 16:182-189.

Smith-Bynum, M, Anderson, R, Davis, B, Franco, M, and English, D (2016).
Racial socialization and maternal positive emotion in African American mother-adolescent discussions about racial discrimination
Child Development, 87:1926-1939.

Henry, J, Lambert, S, and Smith Bynum, M (2015).
The protective role of maternal racial socialization for African American adolescents exposed to community violence
Journal of Family Psychology, 29:548-557.

Smith-Bynum, M, Lambert, S, English, D, and Ialongo, N (2014).
Associations between trajectories of perceived racial discrimination and psychological symptoms among African American adolescents
Development and Psychopathology, 26:1049-1065.

Barnes, S and Smith-Bynum, M (2010).
An Examination of Sexual Behavior of Middle-Class African American Female College Freshmen
Black Women, Gender & Families, 4.

Barnes, S and Smith-Bynum, M (2010).
Black Mother-Daughter Narratives about Sexuality: The Influence of Black Religious Symbolism on Attitudes and Behavior
In: Black Sexualities: Probing Powers, Passions, and Policies, ed. by J. Battle and S.L. Barnes, pp. 357-376, Rutgers University Press.

Bynum, MS, Lambert, S, and Herman, K (2009).
Perceptions of racism and depressive symptoms in African American adolescents: The role of perceived academic and social control
Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 38:519-531.

Bynum, MS, Barnes, S, Best, C, and Burton, E (2008).
Racism and internalizing symptoms among African American late adolescent males: Investigating the role of private regard
Journal of African American Studies, 12:142-155.

Bynum, MS, Usher-Seriki, K, and Callands, T (2008).
Mother-daughter communication about sex and sexual intercourse among middle- to upper-class African American girls
Journal of Family Issues, 21:901-917.

Bynum, MS (2007).
African American mother-daughter communication about sex and daughters’ sexual behavior: Does college racial composition make a difference?
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 13:151-160.

Bynum, MS and Barnes, S (2007).
The effect of childcare on employment tardiness and absences for mothers: Does marital status matter?
In: Child Poverty in America: Vol. 1. Families and children, ed. by B. A. Arrighi , D. J. Maume. Westport, CT: Praeger, chap. 1, pp. 1-16.

Bynum, MS, Burton, E, and Best, C (2007).
Racism experiences and psychological functioning in African American college freshmen: Is racial socialization a moderator?
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 13:64-71.

Bynum, MS and Kotchick, B (2006).
Mother-adolescent relationship quality and autonomy as predictors of psychosocial adjustment in African American adolescents
Journal of Child and Family Studies, 15:528-541.

Bynum, MS and Brody, G (2005).
Coping behaviors, parenting, and perceptions of children’s internalizing and externalizing problems in rural African American mothers
Family Relations, 54:58-71.

Bynum, MS, Murry, V, Brody, G, Willert, A, and Stephens, D (2001).
African American single mothers and children in context: A review of studies on risk and resilience
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 4:133-155.

Smith, M, Rowley, S, Sellers, R, and Chavous, T (1998).
Racial identity and selfesteem in African American adolescents and young adults
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 74:715-724.

Smith, M, Sellers, R, Shelters, J, Johnson, S, and Chavous, T (1998).
Multidimensional model of racial identity: A reconceptualization of African American Racial Identity
Personality and Social Psychology Review, 2:18-39.

Smith, MS, Sellers, R, Shelton, J, Cooke, D, Chavous, T, and Rowley, S (1998).
A multidimensional model of racial identity: Assumptions, findings, and future directions
In: African American identity development: Theory, research, and intervention, ed. by R. L. Jones. Hampton, VA: Cobb and Henry, chap. na, pp. 275-302.

Smith, M, Sellers, R, Chavous, T, Rowley, S, and Shelton, J (1997).
The Multidimensional Inventory of Black Identity: Preliminary investigation of construct validity and reliability
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73:805-815.

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