Christensen, K., Hagler, M., Raposa, M., Stams, G. J., & Rhodes, J. (In press). “Non-specific versus targeted approaches to youth mentoring: A follow-up meta-analysis” Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
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Lowe, S. R., James, P., Arcaya, M. C.,Vale, M. D., Rhodes, J. E, Rich-Eduwards, Roberts, A., & Koenan, K. C. (in press). “Do Levels of Posttraumatic Growth Vary by Type of Traumatic Event Experienced? An Analysis of the Nurses’ Health Study II.” Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.
Weber, E., Hagler M., Schwartz, S., Paras, M. & Rhodes (in press). Natural Mentoring Relationships among Survivors of Caregiver Childhood Abuse: Findings from the Add Health Study. Annals of the New York Academy of Science.
Through a generous gift of the Rudd Family Foundation, the Rudd Family Visiting Professorship was created in order to bring expertise to the UMass Amherst campus which would support the goals of the ongoing Rudd Adoption Research Program. We are pleased to announce that Professor Jean Rhodes, an internationally recognized expert on mentoring, has agreed […]
Raker, E. J., Lowe, S. R., Arcaya, M. C., Johnson, S. T., Rhodes, J., & Waters, M. C. (In press) Twelve years later: The long-term mental health consequences of Hurricane Katrina. Social Science & Medicine.
Hagler M.A., Zwiebach L., Rhodes J.E., Rappaport C.D. (2019) Mentoring Interventions for Children of Incarcerated Parents. In: Eddy J., Poehlmann-Tynan J. (eds) Handbook on Children with Incarcerated Parents. Springer, Cham
Hagler, M., McQuillin, S., & Rhodes (2019). Ideological profiles of U.S. adults and their support for youth Mentoring. Journal of Community Psychology. doi.org/10.1002/jcop.22247 [PDF]
Preston, J., Prieto-Flores, O., & Rhodes, J. (in press). Mentoring in context: A comparative study of youth mentoring programs in the United States and continental Europe. Youth & Society.
Monica Arkin received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Michigan in 2015. As an undergraduate student, she was involved in research that examined children’s and adolescents’ psychological resilience in the face of adverse life experiences such as experiencing the death of a parent and exposure to community violence. Following graduation, Monica […]