LeConte J. Dill
LeConte J. Dill
Clinical Associate Professor, New York University
Verified email at nyu.edu
TitleCited byYear
Extreme data reduction: The case for the research Tanka
R Furman, LC Dill
Journal of Poetry Therapy 28 (1), 43-52, 2015
272015
Poetic justice: Engaging in participatory narrative analysis to find solace in the “killer corridor”
LCJ Dill
American journal of community psychology 55 (1-2), 128-135, 2015
242015
“I’m Not Just Runnin’the Streets” Exposure to Neighborhood Violence and Violence Management Strategies Among Urban Youth of Color
LCJ Dill, EJ Ozer
Journal of Adolescent Research 31 (5), 536-556, 2016
172016
Girls and young women living in the slums of Kampala: Prevalence and correlates of physical and sexual violence victimization
MH Swahn, LCJ Dill, JB Palmier, R Kasirye
SAGE Open 5 (2), 2158244015580853, 2015
142015
“Wearing my spiritual jacket”: The role of spirituality as a coping mechanism among African American youth
LCJ Dill
Health Education & Behavior 44 (5), 696-704, 2017
132017
“I Want a Second Chance” Experiences of African American Fathers in Reentry
LCJ Dill, C Mahaffey, T Mosley, H Treadwell, F Barkwell, S Barnhill
American journal of men's health 10 (6), 459-465, 2016
102016
Interventions to improve access to fresh food in vulnerable communities: A review of the literature
D Smith, S Miles-Richardson, LC Dill, E Archie-Booker
International Journal on Disability and Human Development 12 (4), 409-417, 2013
102013
Impact of the built environment on mental and sexual health: Policy implications and recommendations
D Satcher, M Okafor, LCJ Dill
ISRN Public Health 2012, 2012
92012
Stress, socializing, and other motivations for smoking among the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community in New York City
DP Jannat-Khah, LCJ Dill, SA Reynolds, MA Joseph
American Journal of Health Promotion 32 (5), 1178-1186, 2018
82018
“Son of the Soil… Daughters of the Land”: poetry writing as a strategy of citizen-making for lesbian, gay, and bisexual migrants and asylum seekers in Johannesburg
LCJ Dill, J Vearey, E Oliveira, GM Castillo
Agenda 30 (1), 85-95, 2016
82016
Poetry therapy, men and masculinities
R Furman, LC Dill
The Arts in psychotherapy 39 (2), 102-106, 2012
62012
The enduring Atlanta Compromise: Black youth contending with home foreclosures and school closures in the “New South”
LCJ Dill, O Morrison, M Dunn
Du Bois Review: Social Science Research on Race 13 (2), 365-377, 2016
32016
Don’t Let Nobody Bring You Down
LCJ Dill, B Rivera, S Sutton
The Ethnographic Edge 2 (1), 57-65, 2018
22018
Speaking for Ourselves: Reclaiming, Redesigning, and Reimagining Research on Black Women’s Health
JN Barlow, LCJ Dill
Meridians 16 (2), 219-229, 2018
22018
Routes to resilience: Mechanisms of healthy development in minority adolescents from high-risk urban neighborhoods
LCJ Dill
UC Berkeley, 2011
22011
“The hook‐up”: How youth‐serving organizations facilitate network‐based social capital for urban youth of color
LCJ Dill, EJ Ozer
Journal of community psychology, 2019
12019
A Comparison of Alternative Tobacco Product Usage, Knowledge and Beliefs Between the New York City Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Community and Heterosexuals
DP Jannat-Khah, SA Reynolds, LCJ Dill, MA Joseph
Journal of community health 42 (5), 903-910, 2017
12017
Adjournment in Community HIV Prevention: Exploring Transitions in Community–Academic Partnerships
LCJ Dill, Y Gousse, K Huggins, MA Fraser, RC Browne, M Stewart, ...
Health promotion practice, 1524839919839361, 2019
2019
We Who Weave
LC Dill
POETRY 207 (4), 382-382, 2016
2016
Girls living on the streets and in the slums of Kampala: psychical and sexual violence victimization
M Swahn, L Dill, J Palmier, R Kasiyre
SAGE Open, 2015
2015
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