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Coleman-King, Adams-Bass, V.N., Bentley-Edwards, K. L., Thomas, D., C, Thompson, C., Michael, A., Miller G., Charity-Parker, B.M. & Stevenson, H.C. (2021). Got Skillz? Recasting and Negotiating Racial Tension in Teacher-Student Relationships Amidst Shifting Demographics Social Science.

Bentley-Edwards, K. L., Stevenson, H. C., Thomas, D. E., Adams-Bass, V. N., & Coleman-King, C. (2020). Teaching scared: Pre-service Teacher Appraisals of Racial Stress, Socialization and Classroom Management Self-Efficacy. Social Psychology of Education, 23, 1233-1257. doi: 10.1007/s11218-020-09578-8.

Bentley-Edwards, K. L., Smith, L. V., Robbins, P. A. & Adams-Bass, V. N. (2019). Out of the Hood, but Not Out of the Woods: The School Engagement and Cohesion of Black Students Based on Exposure to Violence and Victimization. Journal of Urban Issues.51(4):1-19.doi: 10.1007/s11256-019-00517-2

Chapman-Hilliard, C. & Adams-Bass, V.N. (2015). A Conceptual Framework for Utilizing Black history Knowledge as a Path to Psychological Liberation for Black Youth. Journal of Black Psychology, 42(6),479-507.doi: 10.1177/0095798415597840

Adams-Bass, V.N., Bentley-Edwards, K. L., & Stevenson H. (2014). That’s Not Me I See on TV: African American Youth Interpret Images of Black Females. Women, Gender and Families of Color, 2(1), 79-100. doi:10.5406/womgenfamcol.2.1.0079

Adams-Bass, V.N., Stevenson H., & Slaughter-Kotzin, D. (2014). Measuring the Meaning of Black Media Stereotypes and Their Relationship to the Racial Identity, and Racial/Ethnic Socialization of African- American Youth. Journal of Black Studies, 45(5), 367-395. doi.org/10.1177/0021934714530396

Stark C., Adams-Bass V., Devine C., & Dollahite, J. (2013). Building the Capability of Extension Professionals to Apply an Ecological Approach to Preventing Childhood Obesity in their Communities. Journal Nutritional Education and Behavior, 45(4S), S89.doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2013.04.249

Stark C, Adams V, Devine C., & Dollahite J. (2012). Building the Capability of Extension Professionals to Apply an Ecological Approach to Preventing Childhood Obesity in Their Communities. Journal of Nutritional Education and Behavior, 44 (4), S91.doi.org/10.1016/j.jneb.2012.03.233