Stephanie Coard, Ph.D.
Selected Publications & Book Chapters
- Holleran-Streiker, L., Castro, F., Kumpfer, K., Marsiglia, F., Coard, S., & Hopson, L. (2008). A dialogue regarding cultural adaptations of interventions. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 8, 1-10.
- Coard, S., Foy-Watson, S., Zimmer, C., & Wallace, A. (2007). Considering culturally relevant parenting practices in intervention development and adaptation: A randomized control trial of the Black Parenting Strengths and Strategies (BPSS) Program. The Counseling Psychologist,35, 797-820.
- Caldwell, M., Miller Brotman, L., Coard, S., Wallace, S., Stellabotte, D., & Calzada, E. (2005). Community Involvement in Adapting and Testing a Prevention Program for Preschoolers Living in Urban Communities: ParentCorps. Journal of Child and Family Studies 14(3), 373-386.
- Coard, S. & Sellers, R. M. (2005). African American families as a context for racial socialization. In V. McLoyd, N. Hill, and K. Dodge (Eds.), African American family life: ecological and cultural diversity (pp. 264-284). New York: Guildford Press.
- Stevenson, H., Winn, D.M., Walker-Barnes, C. & Coard, S. (2005). Style Matters: Towards a culturally relevant framework for interventions with African American families. In V. McLoyd, N. Hill and K. Dodge (Eds.), Emerging Issues In African-American Family Life: Context, Adaptation, and Policy. New York: Guildford Press. Coard, S., Wallace, S., Stevenson, H., & Miller Brotman, L. (2004). Towards culturally competent preventive interventions: The consideration of racial socialization in parent training with African American families. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 13 (3),277-293.
- Miller Brotman, L, Klein, RG, Kamboukos, D, Brown, EJ, Coard, S., and Sosinsky, L. (2003). Preventive intervention for urban, low-income preschoolers at familial risk for conduct problems: A randomized pilot study. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 32 (2), 246-257.
- Breland, A., Coleman H., Coard, S., & Steward, R. (2002). Differences among African American Jr. High students: The effects of skin tone on ethnic identity, self-esteem and cross-cultural behavior. Dimensions of Counseling: Research,Theory and Practice, 30 (1), 15-21.
- Coard, S., Breland, A., & Raskin, P. (2001). Perceptions of and preferences for skin color, Black racial identity, and selfesteem among African Americans. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 31(11), 2256-2274.
- Coard, S., Nitz, K., & Felice, M. (2000). Sociodemographic, family and health characteristics: Associations with repeat pregnancies in urban adolescent mothers. Adolescence, 35(137), 193-200.
- Coard, S. & Holden, E. (1998). The effects of race and ethnicity on mental health services in pediatric primary care.
- APA Task Force on Resilience and Strength in Black Children and Adolescence (submitted). Conceptualizing resilience and optimal development among African American children and adolescents.
- Coard, S., McCoy, S., Pasamonte, K., & Herring, M. (resubmitted).Mirror mirror on the wall: Color consciousness among African American children and families and the importance of racial socialization
- Coard, S. Stevenson, H., Harrell, S. P., Thomas, D., & Bentley K. (resubmitted). Validation of the Daily Life Experiences of Racism Stress Scale for Black Adolescents.
- Stevenson, H. C., Harrell, S. P., Coard, S. I., Thomas, D., Bentley, K., & Davis, G. (resubmitted). Racial socialization experiences and perceived racism effects on adolescent psychological symptoms.
- Stevenson, H. C., Harrell, S. P., Coard, S. I., Thomas, D., Bentley, K., & Davis, G. (resubmitted). Validating the multiple dimensions of perceived racism frequency for African American adolescents.