Recent Publications

IUPRA Staff

Cokley, K., Obaseki, V. O., Jackson, K. M., Jones, L., Vohra-Gupta, S. (2016). College access improves for black students but for which ones? Phi Delta Kappan, 97(5), 43-48.

Dr. Kevin Cokley

Hargons, C., Mosley, D., Falconer, J., Faloughi, R., Singh, A., Stevens-Watkins, D., & Cokley, K.(2017). Black Lives Matter: A Call to Action for Counseling Psychology Leaders. The Counseling Pyschologist, Vol. 45(6) 873-901.

Cokley, K. (2015). A confirmatory factor analysis of the Academic Motivation Scale with Black college students. Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 48(2), 124-139.

Cokley, K., Awad, G., Smith, L., Jackson, S., Awosogba, O., Hurst, A., Stone, S., Blondeau, L., & Roberts, D. (Online First). The Roles of Gender Stigma Consciousness, Impostor Phenomenon and Academic Self-Concept in the Academic Outcomes of Women and Men. Sex Roles.

Beasley, S., Miller, I. S., Cokley, K. (2014). Academic and Psychosocial Development of African American Males in PreK-12 Settings. In  C. Lewis & J. Moore III (Eds.) African American Male Students in PreK-12 Schools: Informing Research, Policy, and Practice. Advances in Race and Ethnicity in Education, Volume 2, 1-25.

Cokley, K., Awogsoba, O., & Taylor, D. (2014). A 12-Year Content Analysis of the Journal of Black Psychology (2000-2011): Implications for the Field of Black Psychology. Journal of Black Psychology, 40(3), 215-238.

Cokley, K., & Awad, G. (2013). In Defense of Quantitative Methods: Using the ‘Master’s Tools’ to Promote Social Justice. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology5(2), 26-41.                                              

Cokley, K., McClain, S., Enciso, A., & Martinez, M. (2013). An Examination of Minority Status Stress, Impostor Feelings and Mental Health Among Ethnic Minority College Students.  Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 41(2). 82-95.

Cokley, K., Beasley, S., Bullock, A., Chapman-Hilliard, C., Cody, B., Jones, B., Taylor, D. (2013). The Moderating Role of Gender in the Relationship Between Religiosity and Mental Health Among Black American College Students. Mental Health, Religion and Culture,16(5), 445-462.

Cokley, K., Garcia, D., Tran, K., Hall, B., & Rangel, A. (2012). The Moderating Role of Ethnicity in the Relation Between Religiousness and Mental Health Among Ethnically Diverse College Students.  Journal of Religion and Health51(3), pp. 890-907.                             

Cokley, K., McClain, S., Jones, M., & Johnson, S. (2011). A Preliminary Examination of Academic Disidentification, Racial Identity, and Academic Achievement among African American Adolescents.The High School Journal, 95, pp. 54-68. 

Cokley, K., Hall-Clark, B., & Hicks, D. (2011). Ethnic minority-majority status and mental health: the mediating role of perceived discrimination. Journal of Mental Health Counseling33, 243-263. 

Dr. Michele A. Rountree

Browne, T., Keefe, R. H., Ruth, B. J., Cox, H., Maramaldi, P., Rishel, C., Rountree, M., Zlotnik, J., & Marshall, J. (2017). Advancing Social Work Education for Health Impact. American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 107(3), S229-S235.