Human Development and Family Studies

Shakiera Causey, M.A., M.S.


Program:  MS/PhD
Education: M.A. in Health Psychology, North Carolina Central University; M.S. in Human Development and Family Studies, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2016
Advisors: Dr. Stephanie Irby Coard and Dr. Andrea Hunter
Career Plans: Academic/Professor (teaching and research)
Research Interests: African American mental health, African American families, health disparities, and psychosocial development in African American adolescence, intimate partner violence, African American feminism and masculinity, HIV risk behaviors, co-parenting relationships and their impact on adolescent identity development, and gender studies
Email: stcausey@uncg.edu
Recent Published Work: Causey, S., Livingston, J., & High, B. (2015). Family structure, racial socialization, perceived parental involvement, and social support as predictors of self-esteem in African-American college students. Journal of Black Studies, 46, 655-677.

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