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Beatrice Krauss

Beatrice Krauss, Ph.D., Social-Personality Psychology, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), M.A., Clinical Psychology, University of Kansas, is the Center’s Executive Director, the Director of Administration and Coordination, and the Director of Collaborations and External Relations. She oversees more than 15 research, demonstration and evaluation projects, and is also Professor of Community Health Education in the Hunter College Urban Public Health program. Previously, she was an Associate Professor of Psychology and an Academic Administrator at The College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, New York, where she worked on women's health issues and health promotion. In addition, she designed programs to support women's technological and career advancement. In 1989, Dr. Krauss became a researcher at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, concentrating on psychosocial adjustment to illness, adjustment to HIV in women and gay men, and HIV risk reduction. In 1993, she joined the National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI), becoming the Deputy Director of the Institute for AIDS Research and of the Center for Drug Use and HIV Research. Dr. Krauss has been involved with more than 30 privately-, city-, state-, nationally- or internationally-funded HIV-related research projects; she has published and presented extensively on HIV prevention, on adjustment to HIV in highly affected communities, on the effects of HIV stigma on people living with HIV as well as on their caregivers and support networks, on methodological issues in field research, and on the dissemination of research-supported interventions. For over a decade, she has followed 375 parents and children in the Lower East Side of New York City, evaluating long-term outcomes of interventions for parents designed to assist them in their role as family health educators, a project selected by NIH for HIV-prevention training for its own staff. Recently she has looked at the multiple stresses (health, community violence, disaster) faced by such families. Dr. Krauss has participated in NIH reviews, chairing several special emphasis panels. In 1998, she received the Kurt Lewin Award from the Division of Social Issues of the New York State Psychological Association for her contribution in the area of HIV/AIDS. She has been appointed a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and its Health Psychology Division, effective 2006. Her highly regarded NIMH-funded Parent/Preadolescent Training for HIV Prevention (PATH) has been replicated in Mexico City under World AIDS Foundation funding, in Miami under NIMH funding, and in Mumbai under both World AIDS Foundation and NIMH funding. She has taught numerous courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, including statistics, research design, advanced quantitative methods, tests and measurement, computer applications in the social sciences, most core psychology courses, and courses on health psychology, relationships, psychology of women, stress and lifestyle, grant writing, theory and practice of community health education, and group processes. She also serves as a mentor to students, ranging from high-school to doctoral level, to junior faculty, and to research staff and colleagues throughout the nation.

Selected Recent Publications:

Roye, C., Silverman, P., & Krauss, B. (2007). A brief, low-cost, theory-based intervention to promote dual method use by Black and Latina adolescents: A randomized clinical trial. Health Education & Behavior, 34, 608-621.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Godfrey, C., Rente, K., Freidin, L., Bratt, E., Minian, N., Knibb, K., Welch, C., Kaplan, R., Saxena, G., McGinniss, S., Gilroy, J., Nwakeze, P., & Curtain, S. (2006). Who wins in the status games? Violence, sexual violence and an emerging single standard among adolescent women. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1087 (November), 56-73.

Krauss, B., Godfrey, C.C., O’Day, J., & Freidin, E. (2006). Hugging my uncle: The impact of a parent training on children’s comfort interacting with persons with HIV. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 31(9), 891-904.

Krauss, B., Godfrey,C., O’Day, J., Freidin, E., & Kaplan, R. (2006). Learning to live with an epidemic: Reducing stigma and increasing safe and sensitive socializing with persons with HIV. In M. E. Lyon & L. J. D’Angelo (Eds.). Teenagers, HIV, and AIDS: Insights from youth living with the virus (pp. 83-103). Westport, CT: Praeger.

Krauss, B., O'Day, J., Freidin, E., Hodorek, S., & Kaplan, R. (2006, August). An educational intervention to improve attitudes and increase social interaction with persons living with HIV: Effects of a parent training on parents and children living in a 10% HIV seroprevalence community [Abstract]. XVI-th International AIDS Conference, Conference Record, Vol. 2, 210.

Minian, N., Krauss, B., Kaplan, R., Nwakeze, P., Martinez, A., & Hamdi, H. (2006, August). Understanding age-related risk behaviors in order to reduce HIV [Abstract]. XVI-th International AIDS Conference, Conference Record, Vol. 2, 405-406.

Knight, K.R., Purcell, D., Dawson-Rose, C., Halkitis, P.N., Gomez, C.A., & The Seropositive Urban Injectors Study Team [Krauss, B.] (2005). Sexual risk taking among HIV-positive injection drug users: Contexts, characteristics, and implications for prevention. AIDS Education and Prevention, 17 (Supplement A): 76-88.

Krauss, B., Krauss, H., O’Day, J., & Rente, K. (2005). Sexual violence in the schools. In F. Denmark, H. Krauss, R. Wesner, E. Midlarsky & U. Gielen (Eds.), Violence in schools: Cross-national and cross-cultural perspectives (pp. 101-18). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Parsons, J.T., Missildine, W., Van Ora, J., Purcell, D. W., Gomez, C.A., & The Seropositive Urban Injectors Study Team [Krauss, B.] (2004). HIV serostatus disclosure to sexual partners among HIV-positive injection drug users. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, 18(8), 395-403.

Krauss, B., Franchi, D., O’Day, J., Pride, J., Lozada, L., Aledort, N., & Bates, D. (2003). Two shadows of the Twin Towers: Missing safe spaces and foreclosed opportunities. Families in Society, 84, 523-239.

Mizuno, Y., Purcell, D. W., Borkowski, T., Knight, K. & the Seropositive Urban Injectors Study Team [Krauss, B.J.] (2003). The life priorities of HIV-seropositive injection drug users: Findings from a community-based sample. AIDS and Behavior, 7 (4), 395-403.

Mizuno, Y., Purcell, D. W., Dawson-Rose, C., Parsons, J.T. & the Seropositive Urban Injectors Study Team [Krauss, B.J.] (2003). Correlates of depressive symptoms among HIV-positive injection drug users: The role of social support. AIDS Care, 15 (5), 689-698.

Krauss, B. (2002). Evaluation 101: Outcome-based evaluation. The PCM News, 1(8), 5-6.

Krauss, B. (Ed.) (2002). Behavioral sciences. In HIV/AIDS research priorities for New York State: Epidemiology, behavioral sciences, clinical (pp.12-18). New York, NY: AIDS Community Research Initiative of America.

Krauss, B. (2002). Giving back to the community—Playing fair in the information and service exchange. In S. Tortu, L. Goldsamt & R. Hamid (Eds.). A practical guide to research and service with hidden populations (pp.159-186). Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Krauss, B., Godfrey, C., O’Day, J., Pride, J., & Donaire, M. (2002). Now I can learn about HIV - Effects of a parent training on children’s practical HIV knowledge and HIV worries: A randomized trial in an HIV-affected neighborhood. Abstract, XIV World AIDS Conference, Conference Record, 2, 170.

Pequegnat, W., Bauman, L. J., Bray, J.H., Hoppe, S.K., Jemmott, L.S., Krauss, B., Miles, M., Paikoff, R., Rapkin, B., Rotheram-Borus, M. J., & Szapocznik, J. (2001). Measures relevant to the role of families in prevention and adaptation to HIV/AIDS. AIDSand Behavior, 5(1), 1-19.

Selected Recent Presentations:

Minian, N., Krauss, B., Nwakeze, P., Burton, D., & Martinez, A. (2007, November). The association between cigarette smoking and selected medical conditions among people at high risk of HIV. Roundtable presented at the 135th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association, Washington, DC.

Krauss, B., McGinniss, S., O’Day, J., Hodorek, S., Bournea, M. & Kaplan, R. (2007, July). Delaying tactics: Parent HIV education as a protective factor for early sexual debut. Poster presented at NIMH International Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, San Francisco, CA.

Krauss, B., Rosen, D., Welch, A., Culleton, B., Kaplan, R., & Chowdhury, F. (2007, June). Interacting with ease: Reducing the stigma of HIV and promoting positive caring for persons living with HIV. Presented at the HIV Care Network of the Greater Hudson Valley, Newburgh, NY.

Tausig-Edwards, J., Midlarsky, E., & Krauss, B. (2007, May). Risk-taking and AIDS prevention behavior in heterosexual college women. Paper presented at the Association for Psychological Science Meeting, Washington, DC.

Krauss, B., Rosen, D., Welch, A., Culleton, B., Kaplan, R., & Chowdhury, F. (2007, May). Reducing the stigma of HIV through a theory-based, skill-building intervention. Invited Benjamin B. Wolman Award Address [Beatrice J. Krauss, Awardee], 15th Annual Undergraduate Psychology Conference, Pace University, New York, NY.

Krauss, B., Rosen, D., Welch, A., Culleton, B., Kaplan, R., & Chowdhury, F. (2007, May). Interacting with ease: Reducing the stigma of HIV and promoting positive caring for persons living with HIV. Presented at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Psychiatry Grand Rounds, New York, NY.

Thu, T. [Krauss, B. J., Mentor] (2007, April). HIV risk: Sexual behavior and peer pressure. Paper presented at the joint 35th Annual Hunter College Psychology Convention and 11th Annual North East Undergraduate Organization for Neuroscience Conference, New York, NY.

Rosen, D., Krauss, B., Welch, A., Culleton, B., Kaplan, R., & Chowdhury, F. (2007, February). Interacting with ease: Reducing the stigma of HIV and promoting positive caring. Presented at the AIDS Clinical Trial Unit, Bellevue Hospital, Center for AIDS Research, New York University School of Medicine, New York, NY.

Krauss, B. (2006, August). Interacting with ease: Reducing the stigma of HIV and promoting positive caring. Invited address at the Fellows Panel of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Freidin, E., Hodorek, S., & Kaplan, R. (2006, August). Poster presentation. An educational intervention to improve attitudes and increase social interaction with persons living with HIV: Effects of a parent training on parents and children living in a 10% HIV seroprevalence community. XVI-th International AIDS Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Minian, N., Krauss, B., Kaplan, R., Nwakeze, P., Martinez, A., & Hamdi, H. (2006, August). Poster presentation. Understanding age-related risk behaviors in order to reduce HIV. XVI-th International AIDS Conference, Toronto, Canada.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Rente, K., & Velez, R. (2006, July). HIV stigma. Workshop presentation. NIMH International Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Minian, N., Rente, R., O Day, J., Krauss, B., Kaplan, R., & Bratt, E. (2006, July). Poster presentation. Redefining common perceptions of parenthood in young men and women. NIMH International Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Krauss, B. (2006, June). Panelist. Evidence-informed policy and practice: HIV testing in an era of change. The Hunter College Center for Community and Urban Health and Planned Parenthood of New York City conference “The real and ideal: Challenges to integrating HIV counseling and testing into primary and reproductive health care,” New York, NY.

Krauss, B. (2006, April). Interacting with ease: Reducing the stigma of HIV. St. Luke’s/ Roosevelt Hospital’s Center for Comprehensive Care Grand Rounds, New York, NY.

Krauss, B. (2006, February). Interacting with ease: Reducing the stigma of HIV. Columbia University HIV Center Grand Rounds, New York, NY.

Krauss, B. (2005, November). Violence and exploitation in adolescence: Violence, sexual violence and an emerging single standard. The New York Academy of Science Conference on Violence and Exploitation against Women and Girls, New York, NY.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Rente, K., Knibb, K., & Freiden, E. (2005, November). Adolescents in high-risk settings: Peer pressure, participant and bystander effects. Social Psychology Department, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, New York, NY.

Minian, N., Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., Nwakeze, P., & Martinez, A. (2005, November). Poster presentation. Who doesn’t know their HIV status? The 133rd Annual American Public Health Association Meeting, Philadelphia, PA.

Aledort, N., Bratt, E., Leonard, N., Gwadz, M., Kaplan, R., & Krauss, B. (2005, July). Poster presentation. What youth want from parents regarding HIV VCT, and what providers don’t know: Discussing the disconnect. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of the Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Brooklyn, NY.

Freidin, E., Hodoreck, S., Krauss, B., & Godfrey, C. (2005, July). Poster presentation. What they walked away with: What children say they learn from HIV related conversations with their parents. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Brooklyn, NY.

Knibb, K., & Krauss, B. (2005, July). Poster presentation. Dissonance or consonance: Comparing adolescents’ general cognitions about using condoms to reported event-level condom use. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Krauss, B., Godfrey, C., O’Day, J., & Freidin, E. (2005, July). Invited address. Destigmatizing HIV: A parent training increases youth comfort in interacting with persons living with HIV (PLwHIV). The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Brooklyn, NY.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Godfrey, C., Minian, N., Rivera, Z., Velez, R., Freidin, E., & Neal, S. (2005, July). Invited address. HIV, community violence, and the September 11, 2001 disasters: Challenges in family adjustment. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Brooklyn, NY.

Lozada, L., Curtain, S., Aledort, N., Roberts, L., & Krauss, B. (2005, July). Poster presentation. My body, my behavior: What I did not learn at home with my family. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of the Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Brooklyn, NY.

Aledort, N., Bratt, E., & Krauss, B. (2005, June). Panelists. NYC HIV Prevention Planning Group’s Adolescent Workgroup meeting on the research and evaluation of strategies to motivate youth to be HIV tested. New York, NY

Bratt, E., Daniels, J., Krauss, B., Ritas, C., & Aledort, N. (2005, June). Poster presentation. Designing online consent and collaborative data collection: Lessons learned from an adolescent HIV VCT project. Critical Issues in eHealth Research Conference, Bethesda, MD.

Minian, N., Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., Nwakeze, P., Freudenberg, N., & Martinez, A. (2005, June). Poster presentation. Homelessness and HIV risks. The National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Minian, N., Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., Nwakeze, P., Freudenberg, N., & Martinez, A. (2005, June). Poster presentation. Routes to prevention: A closer look at HIV risks and prevention outcomes among heroin users in PCM. The National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Krauss, B. (2005, May). Invited presentation. Communities, families and HIV: Acceptability and impact of an international and intergenerational intervention. HIV/AIDS and Family Well-being, a public information panel presented in observance of the International Day of Families and sponsored by the Division for Social Policy and Development, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Secretariat, New York, NY.

Aledort, N., Bratt, E., Leonard N., Gwadz, M., Kaplan, R., & Krauss, B. (2005, April). Invited presentation. What youth want from parents regarding HIV VCT, and what providers don’t know: Discussing the disconnect. Encounter, Engage, Enroll, and Retain: Youth Services Grantee Meeting (Ryan White Title IV Youth Grantees), Rockville, MD.

Bolyard, M., Friedman, S., Maslow, C., Sandoval, M., Krauss, B., & Mateu-Gelabert, P. (2005, April). A study of high-risk group sex events. AIDS Impact Conference, Capetown, South Africa.

Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., O'Day, J., Freiden, L., & Rente, K. (2005, April). Poster presentation. Hugging my uncle: The impact of a parent training on children's comfort interacting with persons with HIV. Society of Behavioral Medicine Twenty-Sixth Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Krauss, B., Godfrey, C., & Minian, N. (2005, February). HIV Prevention Case Management (PCM) Evaluation and Technical Initiative. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Bureau of HIV Prevention and Control, HIV Prevention Planning Unit, New York, NY.

Godfrey, C., Minian, N., Krauss, B., Nwakeze, P., Freudenberg, N., & Kaplan, R. (2004, November). Poster presentation. Seeing the problem: The role of self-awareness in reducing alcohol use among individuals experiencing multiple high risk contexts. The American Public Health Association 132nd Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Roye, C., Perlmutter, P., & Krauss, B. (2004, November). Poster presentation. Heterosexual anal intercourse among urban female adolescents. The American Public Health Association 132nd Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Roye, C., Perlmutter, P., & Krauss, B. (2004, November). Poster presentation. Two brief interventions to promote condom use by urban teens who use hormonal contraceptives: Preliminary results. The American Public Health Association 132nd Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., & Hamdi, H. (2004, October). Poster presentation. Meeting the changing technical assistance needs of HIV PCM programs in New York City. The United States Conference on AIDS, Philadelphia, PA.

Knibb, K., & Krauss, B. (2004, October). Poster presentation. Relationships and urban adolescent vernacular: Who are you and what are you to me; Implications for HIV risk reduction. The National Institute of Mental Health AIDS Research Training Meeting, Washington, DC.

Welch, C., Rente, K., O’Day, J., Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., Minian, N., Kaplan, R., Kapungu, C., Tolou-Shams, M., & Sturdivant, A. (2004, July). Poster presentation. The role of friends as family in providing life direction and preventing HIV. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Atlanta, GA.

Krauss, B. (2003, December). Guest lecture. The HIV epidemic on the Lower East Side: A 15 year perspective. CUNY Urban Health Initiative Seminar on Neighborhoods and Health in New York City: Developing a CUNY Research Agenda. The Graduate Center, City University of New York, New York, NY.

Ghossein, Y., Minian, N., Godfrey, C., Nwakeze, P., Krauss, B., Freudenberg, N., Martinez, A. (2003, November). Poster presentation. Reducing HIV risk behaviors and depression through PCM. The American Public Health Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Gordon, C., Fatt, N., Godfrey, C., Sember, R., & Krauss, B. (2003, November). Poster presentation. Preparing for outcomes evaluation: New York City's multi-prong approach. The American Public Health Association Annual Conference, San Francisco, CA.

Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., Gordon, C., Sember, R., & Price, C. (2003, July). Poster presentation. Partnerships in evaluation: Assessing the impact of four evaluation capacity building models in NYCDOHMH-funded HIV prevention programs. The National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Godfrey, C., & Rente, K. (2003, July). Poster presentation. Peer pressure is like the weather: People talk about peer pressure but rarely do they operationalize it. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Washington, DC.

Letteney, S., & Krauss, B. (2003, July). Poster presentation. HIV positive parents: HIV disclosure to children in a changing era. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Washington, DC.

Minian, N., Ghossein, Y., Godfrey, C., Nwakeze, P, Krauss, B, Freudenberg, N., & Martinez, A. (2003, July). Poster presentation. PCM: Does it reduce depression? The National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Aledort, N., Curtain, S., & Krauss, B. (2003, April). Presentation on SisterLink and community reintegration for incarcerated adolescent girls. Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, Spring Forum, New York, NY.

Krauss, B., Aledort, N., Velez, R., & Curtain, S. (2003, April). Families living on the edge: Interventions for families living in poverty. Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing Spring Forum 2003, New York, NY.

Casado, J., Melly, J., Aledort, N., Freudenberg, N., Nwakeze, P., & Krauss, B. (2003, March). HIV prevention for gay, bisexual, and transgendered men in jails. American Foundation for AIDS Research: National HIV/AIDS Update Conference, Miami, FL.

Ghossein, Y., Godfrey, C., Krauss, B., & Minian, N. (2003, March). Poster presentation. Evaluation by partnership: Building cohesive service provider-research relationships. Annual Meeting of the American Foundation for AIDS Research, Miami, FL.

Krauss, B., Godfrey, C., O’Day, J., Pride, J., & Donaire, M. (2003, February). Invited address. The Parent/preadolescent training for HIV prevention: Families matter. Project CADENA El Paso Policy Forum, El Paso, TX.

Krauss, B. (2002, July). Plenary presentation. Keeping up with a dynamic epidemic: Transactional research in HIV intervention. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Miami, FL.

Krauss, B. (2002, July). Workshop panelist. Link between mental health and HIV. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Miami, FL.

Krauss, B., Franchi, D., O’Day, J., Pride, J., Lozado, L., Bates, D., & Aledort, N. (2002, July). Poster presentation. Two shadows of the Twin Towers: Missing safe spaces and foreclosed opportunities. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Miami, FL.

Krauss, B., Godfrey, C., O’Day, J., & Pride, J. (2002, July). Poster presentation. Now I can learn about HIV—Effects of a parent training on children’s practical HIV knowledge and HIV worries: A randomized trial in an HIV-affected neighborhood. XIV International AIDS Conference, Barcelona, Spain.

Krauss, B., Lara, J., Tapia, M., Brione, E., O’Day, J., Pride, J., & Velez, R. (2002, July). Workshop presentation. Now I really get it: Teaching parents to apply HIV knowledge and information in new situations. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Miami, FL.

Silverman, F., Franchi, D., & Krauss, B. (2002, July). Poster presentation. Changes in priorities for HIV infected families in the aftermath of September 11. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Miami, FL.

Franchi, D., Krauss, B., & Silverman, F. (2002, May). The impact of referral problems on the
completion of permanency plans in the scope of HIV today. The National HIV/AIDS Social Work Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Krauss, B., O’Day, J., Yee, D., Godfrey, C., & Bula, E. (2002, January). Adolescent risk settings: Need for a behavioral epidemiology of youth risk. Columbia University HIV Center Grand Rounds, New York, NY.

Krauss, B., Tiffany, J., Davis, W.R., Godfrey, C., Yee, D., & O’Day, J. (2001, August).
Empowering parents to be HIV/AIDS educators: Successful outcomes from a community-based program. In W. Pequegnat (Moderator), Empowering parents to be HIV/AIDS educators. Symposium conducted at The National HIV Prevention Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Franchi, D., Krauss, B., & Silverman, F. (2001, July). Poster presentation. How referral problems affect the completion of permanency plans for children of HIV infected parents. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Los Angeles, CA.

Krauss, B.J., Godfrey, C., O’Day, J., & Pride, P. (2001, July). Poster presentation. Communicating anxiety or communicating knowledge? Effects of a parent training on children’s unrealistic or controllable HIV-related worries. The National Institute of Mental Health Annual International Research Conference on the Role of Families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS, Los Angeles, CA.

Krauss, B.J., Friedman, S. R., O’Day, J., Yee, D.S., Mateu-Gelabert, P., Flom, P.L., Sandoval, M., & Bula, E. (2001, July). Social contexts of adolescent sexual behavior: Risk in high HIV seroprevalence neighborhoods. The AIDS Impact Conference, Brighton, England.

 

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