Martin, P. (in-press). Theology and faith development among African American adolescents: An integrative approach. In Tammy Mann, Hiram Fitzgerald, and Nancy Hill (Eds.), African American Children's Mental Health: Development and Context.
Adkins, A., & Martin, P. (in-press). Praise Him with song: A content analysis of religious themes in Gospel Rap. In Andre Johnson (Ed.), Critical Approaches to Hip Hop and Religion.
Decuir-Gumby, J., Martin, P. & Cooper, S. (On-line access, Forthcoming). African American students in Private, Independent Schools: Parents and school influences on racial identity development. Urban Review.
Martin, P., Bowles, T., Adkins, T. & Leach, M. (On-line access, March 27, 2011). Black mega-churches in the internet age: Exploring theological teachings and social outreach efforts. Journal of African American Studies, 15(2), pp. 155-176.
Martin, P., Adkins, L., Bowles, T., Robinson, S., & Butler-Barnes, S.
(in-press). "Does heaven have a ghetto?": The Gospel and the gangsta in
the religious socialization of African American adolescents. In Lee
Jones (Ed.), Revolutionary Rhetoric: Consciousness & Contemporary
McAdoo, H. P., Martin, P., Livingston, J., & Leach, M. (2011). African American and Mexican American Parents: Stress in Rearing Children with Disabilities and Cultural Socialization Factors. In Deborah Parker and Herbert Green Jr. (Eds.), Challenges Facing African American Families in the 21st Century (pp. 73-95).
Hamilton, J., Moore, C., Powe, B., Agarwal, M. & Martin, P. (2010).
Perceptions of Social Support among Older African-American Cancer
Survivors. Oncology Nursing Forum, 484-493.
Martin, P., Bowles, T., Leach, M., Manesh, A., Adkins, L. &
Barnes-Butler, S. (2009). Underachievement and success of African
American males in school settings: Integrating critical race and
ecological perspectives. Journal of Minority Issues and Economic
Hart, K., Martin, P. & Livingston, J. (2009). A dream deferred:
Untangling systematic and ecological factors associated with the
disproportionally of African American males in special education.
Journal of Minority Issues and Economic Development, 72-84.
Leach, M., Martin, P., Bowles, T. & Taliaferro, J. (2008). Our souls
look back in wonder: The spirituality of African American families
surviving Hurricane Katrina. In Singleton, D. (Ed.), The Aftermath of
Hurricane Katrina: Educating traumatized children prek through college
(pp. 47-62). Maryland: University Press of America.
Butler-Barnes, S., Martin P., Dixon, S. & Robinson, S. (2008).
Theological orientations within the African American Protestant church
and their relationship to racial identity. African American Research
Perspectives, 40-53. [Invited Occasional Report Edited by Letha A.
Martin, P. & Adkins, L. (2007). Ethnic diversity in religious
practices: The call of community psychology for exploring the
intersections of faith and race. Pamela Martin (Ed.) for the Committee
on Racial and Cultural Affairs Submission. The Community Psychologist,
40 (1), 15-16.
Braden, J. & Martin, P. (2007). Prevention. In R. J. Morris & T. R.
Kratochwill (Eds.), The practice of child therapy (4th Ed.), (pp.
495-518). Needham Heights, MA, US: Allyn & Bacon.
Martin, P. & McAdoo, H. (2007). Adolescents' perceptions of sources of
racial socialization: The African American church and parents. In H. P.
McAdoo (Ed.). Black Families (4th Ed) (pp. 127-142). Thousand Oaks, CA:
Sellers, R., Copeland-Linder, N., Martin, P., & Lewis, R. (2006). Racial
identity matters: The relationship between racial discrimination and
psychological functioning in African American adolescents. Journal of
Research on Adolescence, 16(2), 187-216.
Caldwell, T. S. & Martin, P. P. (2007). Achievement factors among African American elementary students: A Qualitative study. North Carolina State University Undergraduate Journal. 3, 54-58.
Martin, P. (2005). The Committee on Cultural and Racial Affairs: Reflecting on Our Past, Present, and Future. The Community Psychologist. 38 (4), 9-11.
Martin, P., Lounsbury, L., & Davidson, W. (2004). AJCP as a vehicle for improving community life: An historic-analytic review of the journal’s contents. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34 (3-4), 163-173.
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