Josephine D. Korchmaros, Ph.D. 2003

B.A., 1997, Psychology, University of Arizona

M.A., 2001, Social Psychology, University of Connecticut

Ph.D., 2003, Social Psychology, University of Connecticut

First Position: Assistant Professor, Southern Illinois University Carbondale

Current Position: Research Professor and Director of the Southwest Institute for Research on Women, University of Arizona

Research Interests: Racial/Sexual minorities, Treatment models, Reduction of risk behavior, Group-based health disparities, Sexual health, Substance use
Comment about Social Program: UCONN’s social psychology program provides its students with the knowledge, expertise, experience, and direction needed to become productive, independent research and social scientists.
Representative Publications:

Haring, R. C., Korchmaros, J. D., Hudson, M., & Masters-Awatere, B. (accepted). Program evaluation with the Sovereigns: Native American Nations and the Indigenous.

Korchmaros, J.D., Thompson-Dyck, K. L., & Haring, R.C. (2017). Professionals’ perceptions of and recommendations for matching juvenile drug court clients to services. Children and Youth Services Review, 73, 149-164.

Hedges, K. & Korchmaros, J. D. (2016). Pubertal timing and substance abuse treatment outcomes: An analysis of early menarche on substance use patterns. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 25, 598-605. DOI: 10.1080/1067828X.2016.1171186.

Lee, J. K., Shaw, S. J., Huebner Torres, C. I., Korchmaros, J. D., & Totman, M. (2016). Creative partnership to assess health beliefs, health literacy and medication adherence among ethnically diverse populations. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 80(S2), 102-103.

Powell, C., Korchmaros, J., Ellasante, I., Haverly, K., & Stevens, S. (2016). iTEAM: Outcomes of an affirming system of care serving LGBTQ youth experiencing homelessness. Families in Society, 97, 181-190. DOI: 10.1606/1044-3894.2016.97.24.

Ybarra, M. L., Espelage, D. L., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Korchmaros, J. D., & Boyd, D. (2016). Lifetime prevalence rates and overlap of physical, psychological, and sexual dating abuse perpetration and victimization in a national sample of adolescents. Archives of Sexual Behavior, published online DOI 10.1007/s10508-016-0748-9

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