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Ruth Zambrana Publications

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

There are 44 references in this bibliography folder.

Espino, M and Zambrana, R (2019).
"How Do You Advance Here? How do You Survive?" An Exploration of Under-Represented Minority Faculty Perceptions of Mentoring Modalities
The Review of Higher Education, 42(2):457-484.

Zambrana, R, Wingfield, A, Davila, B, Lapeyrouse, L, Hoagland, T, and Valdez, R (2017).
Blatant, Subtle and Insidious: URM Faculty Perceptions of Discriminatory Practices in Predominantly White Institutions
Sociological Inquiry, 87(2):207-232.

Roman, L, Zambrana, R, Ford, S, Meghea, C, and Williams, K (2016).
Casting a Wider Net: Engaging Community Health Worker Clients and Their Families in Cancer Prevention
Preventing Chronic Disease, 13:1-5.

Singer, R, Stoutenberg, M, Gellman, M, Archer, E, Davis, S, Gotman, N, Marquez, D, Buelna, C, Deng, Y, Hosgood, H, and Zambrana, R (2016).
Occupational physical activity and body mass index: Results from the Hispanic community health study/study of Latinos
PLoS ONE, 11(3):e0152339.

Zambrana, R, López, L, Dinwiddie, G, Ray, R, Eaton, C, Phillips, L, and Wassertheil-Smoller, S (2016).
Association of Baseline Depressive Symptoms with Prevalent and Incident Pre-Hypertension and Hypertension in Postmenopausal Hispanic Women: Results from the Women’s Health Initiative
PLoS ONE, 11(4):e0152765.

Castaneda, M, Zambrana, R, Marsh, K, Vega, W, Becerra, R, and Perez, D (2015).
Role of Institutional Climate on Underrepresented Faculty Perceptions and Decision- Making in Use of Work-Family Policies
Journal of Family Relations, 64:711-725.

Dinwiddie, G, Zambrana, R, Doamekpor, L, and Lopez, L (2015).
The Impact of Education Attainment on Observed Race/Ethnic Disparities in Inflammatory Risk in the 2001-2008 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13(1):ijerph13010042.

Northridge, M, Holtzman, D, Bergeron, C, Zambrana, R, and Greenberg, M (2015).
Mentoring for publication in the American Journal of Public Health
American Journal of Public Health, 105(S1):S14-S16.

Zambrana, R and Hurtado, S (2015).
The magic key: The educational journey of Mexican Americans from K-12 to college and beyond
Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press.

Zambrana, R, Meghea, C, Talley, C, Hammad, A, Lockett, M, and Williams, K (2015).
Association between family communication and health literacy among underserved racial/ethnic Women
Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 26(2):391-405.

Zambrana, R, Ray, R, Espino, M, Castro, C, Douthirt-Cohen, B, and Eliason, J (2015).
Don’t Leave Us Behind”: The Importance of Mentoring for Underrepresented Minority Faculty
American Educational Research Journal, 52(1):40-72.

Zambrana, R, Lopez, L, Dinwiddie, G, Ray, R, Phillips, L, Trevisan, M, and Wassertheil-Smoller, S (2014).
Prevalence and incident pre-hypertension and hypertension in postmenopausal Hispanic women: Results from the women’s health initiative
American Journal of Hypertension, 27(2):1-10.

De Heer, H, Balcazar, H, Morera, O, Lapeyrouse, L, Heyman, J, Salinas, J, and Zambrana, R (2013).
Barriers to care and comorbidities among the U.S.-Mexico border
Public Health Reports, 128(6):480-8.

Dinwiddie, G, Zambrana, R, and Garza, M (2013).
Exploring risk factors in Latino cardiovascular disease: the role of education, nativity and gender
American Journal of Public Health, 104(9):1742-50.

Williams, K, Mabiso, A, Todem, D, Hammad, A, Hill-Ashford, Y, Hamade, H, Palamisono, G, Robinson-Lockett, M, and Zambrana, R (2011).
Tailored Intervention Shows Ethnic Differences in Knowledge of Breast Cancer Screening Modalities
Preventing Chronic Disease, 8(1):1-11.

Zambrana, R (2011).
Latinos in America: Families and Communities in Transition
Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.

Zambrana, R and Carter-Pokras, O (2010).
Acculturation Research in Advancing Science and Practice in Reducing Health Care Disparities among Latina/os
American Journal of Public Health, 100(1):18-23.

Dill, B and Zambrana, R (2009).
Emerging intersections: Race, class, and gender in theory, policy and practice
Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ.

Zambrana, R and Morant, T (2009).
Latino Immigrant Children and Inequality in Access to Early Schooling Programs
Zero to Three, 29(5):46-53.

Carter-Pokras, O, Zambrana, RE, Yankelvich, G, Estrada, M, Castillo-Salgado, C, and Ortega, AN (2008).
Health Status of Mexican-Origin Persons: Do Proxy Measures of Acculturation Advance our Understanding of Health Disparities?
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 10(6):475-488.

Zambrana, RE (2008).
Solving Latino Psychological and Health Problems: Theory, Practice, and Populations, by Kurt C. Organista
Journal of Ethnic And Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 17(3):319-321.

Carter-Pokras, O, Zambrana, R, Mora, S, and Aaby, K (2007).
Emergency Preparedness: Knowledge and Perceptions of Latin American Immigrants
Journal of the Health Care for the Poor and Underserved(2):465-481.

Carter-Pokras, O, Zambrana, R, Poppell, C, Logie, L, and Guerrero-Preston, R (2007).
The Environmental Health of Latino Children
Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 21:307-314.

Zambrana, R and Holton, J (2007).
Disparity/Inequity, Knowledge Production and Public Policy
Journal of Ethnic & Culturaly Diversity in Social Work, 16(3/4):169-178.

Zambrana, R, Ayala, C, Carter-Pokras, O, Minaya, J, and Mensah, G (2007).
Hypertension-Related Mortality among Non-Hispanic White Women and Selected Hispanic Subgroups of Women Aged 45 Years and Older - United States, 1995-1996 and 2001-2002
Ethnicity and Disease, 17(3):434-440.

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