2020 - Member of the National Academy of Medicine (NAM)
Velma McBride Murry spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Social environment, Social psychology, Child rearing and Disadvantaged. Her studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Social relation, Intervention, Context effect, Moderation and Clinical psychology. Her research investigates the connection between Intervention and topics such as Human sexuality that intersect with issues in Socialization.
Single parent and Social support is closely connected to Child development in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Clinical psychology. Velma McBride Murry combines subjects such as Mental health and Juvenile delinquency with her study of Social environment. Her work in Disadvantaged addresses issues such as Peer group, which are connected to fields such as Deviance and Poverty.
Velma McBride Murry focuses on Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Social psychology, Social environment and Intervention. Her study in the fields of Socialization, Child rearing and Academic achievement under the domain of Developmental psychology overlaps with other disciplines such as Structural equation modeling. Her work on Substance use as part of general Clinical psychology research is frequently linked to Injury prevention, Preventive intervention and Suicide prevention, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her Social psychology research incorporates themes from Racism and Distress. Her research integrates issues of Social relation, Disadvantaged, Juvenile delinquency, Moderation and Mental health in her study of Social environment. Her Intervention research integrates issues from Rural health, Gerontology and Public health.
Family medicine, Gerontology, Community health, Developmental psychology and Focus group are her primary areas of study. Her Family medicine study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Health literacy and Health care. Her study in Gerontology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Adolescent health and Facilitator.
Her Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coping and Affect. Velma McBride Murry has researched Public health in several fields, including Socioeconomic status and Attendance. Her research in Intervention intersects with topics in Social change, Socialization and Vulnerability.
Velma McBride Murry mainly investigates Family medicine, Guideline, Everyday life, Family stress and Social psychology. The concepts of her Family medicine study are interwoven with issues in Qualitative research and Patient centered. Guideline is intertwined with Focus group, Cross-sectional study, Adaptation, Chronic condition and Information access in her research.
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Perceived Discrimination and the Adjustment of African American Youths: A Five‐Year Longitudinal Analysis With Contextual Moderation Effects
Gene H. Brody;Yi Fu Chen;Velma McBride Murry;Xiaojia Ge.
Child Development (2006)
The Influence of Neighborhood Disadvantage, Collective Socialization, and Parenting on African American Children's Affiliation with Deviant Peers
Gene H. Brody;Xiaojia Ge;Rand Conger;Frederick X. Gibbons.
Child Development (2001)
Discrimination, crime, ethnic identity, and parenting as correlates of depressive symptoms among African American children: a multilevel analysis.
Ronald L. Simons;Velma Murry;Vonnie McLoyd;Kuei Hsiu Lin.
Development and Psychopathology (2002)
Direct and moderating effects of community context on the psychological well-being of African American women.
Carolyn E. Cutrona;Daniel W. Russell;Robert M. Hessling;P. Adama Brown.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2000)
African American single mothers and children in context: a review of studies on risk and resilience.
Velma McBride Murry;Mia S. Bynum;Gene H. Brody;Amanda Willert.
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review (2001)
The Strong African American families program: Translating research into prevention programming
Gene H. Brody;Velma McBride Murry;Meg Gerrard;Frederick X. Gibbons.
Child Development (2004)
Longitudinal Pathways to Competence and Psychological Adjustment among African American Children Living in Rural Single–Parent Households
Gene H. Brody;Velma McBride Murry;Sooyeon Kim;Anita C. Brown.
Child Development (2002)
Contextual amplification of pubertal transition effects on deviant peer affiliation and externalizing behavior among African American children.
Xiaojia Ge;Gene H. Brody;Rand D. Conger;Ronald L. Simons.
Developmental Psychology (2002)
Family communication and religiosity related to substance use and sexual behavior in early adolescence: a test for pathways through self-control and prototype perceptions.
Thomas Ashby Wills;Frederick X. Gibbons;Meg Gerrard;Velma McBride Murry.
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (2003)
Racial Discrimination as a Moderator of the Links Among Stress, Maternal Psychological Functioning, and Family Relationships
Velma McBride Murry;P. Adama Brown;Gene H. Brody;Carolyn E. Cutrona.
Journal of Marriage and Family (2001)
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