2006 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Her primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Racism, Ethnic group, Youth mentoring and Multiculturalism. Her Social psychology research includes elements of Developmental psychology, Ideology and Cultural diversity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Counseling psychology and Prejudice.
Her Ethnic group research focuses on Mental health and how it relates to Interpersonal communication and Clinical psychology. Her research integrates issues of Feeling and Applied psychology in her study of Youth mentoring. Her Gender studies study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Denial and Professional development.
Her main research concerns Social psychology, Racism, Gender studies, Ethnic group and Counseling psychology. Her Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Developmental psychology, Diversity and Ideology. The Racism study which covers Mental health that intersects with Clinical psychology.
The various areas that she examines in her Gender studies study include Identity and Oppression. In her work, Cultural diversity, Power and Black psychology is strongly intertwined with Multiculturalism, which is a subfield of Ethnic group. Her studies in Counseling psychology integrate themes in fields like Pedagogy and Professional development.
Helen A. Neville focuses on Gender studies, Race, Racism, Social justice and Social psychology. The various areas that Helen A. Neville examines in her Gender studies study include Transformative learning and Praxis. Helen A. Neville combines subjects such as Psychological science, Diversity and Psychoanalysis with her study of Race.
She studies Racial formation theory, a branch of Racism. Helen A. Neville integrates many fields in her works, including Social justice, Counseling psychology, Cultural humility, Counseling psychologists, Theory of planned behavior and Sociopolitical development. Helen A. Neville integrates many fields, such as Social psychology and Sample, in her works.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Historical trauma, Racism, Indigenous, Psychological science and Gender studies. She has included themes like Justice, Criminology, Psychological literature and Resistance in her Historical trauma study. In her works, Helen A. Neville conducts interdisciplinary research on Racism and PsycINFO.
Oppression, Faith healing, Intersectionality, Coping and People of color are fields of study that intersect with her Indigenous research. Her Psychological science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Diversity and Race.
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Construction and Initial Validation of the Color-Blind Racial Attitudes Scale (CoBRAS)
Helen A. Neville;Roderick L. Lilly;Georgia Duran;Richard M. Lee.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2000)
Perceived racism and mental health among Black American adults: A meta-analytic review.
Alex L. Pieterse;Nathan R. Todd;Helen A. Neville;Robert T. Carter.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2012)
Color-blind racial ideology: Theory, training, and measurement implications in psychology.
Helen A. Neville;Germine H. Awad;James E. Brooks;Michelle P. Flores.
American Psychologist (2013)
Racism, Mental Health, and Mental Health Practice
Chalmer E. Thompson;Helen A. Neville.
The Counseling Psychologist (1999)
Construction and initial validation of the Gendered Racial Microaggressions Scale for Black women.
Jioni A. Lewis;Helen A. Neville.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2015)
The impact of multicultural training on White racial identity attitudes and therapy competencies.
Helen A. Neville;Mary J. Heppner;Charis E. Louie;Chalmer E. Thompson;Chalmer E. Thompson;Chalmer E. Thompson.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (1996)
Race, power, and multicultural counseling psychology: Understanding white privilege and color-blind racial attitudes.
Helen A. Neville;Roger L. Worthington;Lisa B. Spanierman.
Mentoring relationships for youth: Investigation of a process-oriented model
Gilbert R. Parra;David L. DuBois;Helen A. Neville;Aalece O. Pugh-Lilly.
Journal of Community Psychology (2002)
Youth mentoring: Investigation of relationship characteristics and perceived benefits
David L. DuBois;Helen A. Neville.
Journal of Community Psychology (1997)
Exploring the association between color-blind racial ideology and multicultural counseling competencies.
Helen Neville;Lisa Spanierman;Bao Tran Doan.
Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology (2006)
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