LeConte J. Dill
LeConte J. Dill
Clinical Associate Professor, New York University
Verified email at nyu.edu
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“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
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
Extreme data reduction: The case for the research Tanka
R Furman, LC Dill
Journal of Poetry Therapy 28 (1), 43-52, 2015
“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
Impact of the built environment on mental and sexual health: Policy implications and recommendations
D Satcher, M Okafor, LCJ Dill
International Scholarly Research Notices 2012, 2012
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
“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
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
“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
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
Poetry therapy, men and masculinities
R Furman, LC Dill
The Arts in psychotherapy 39 (2), 102-106, 2012
Speaking for ourselves: Reclaiming, redesigning, and reimagining research on Black women’s health
JN Barlow, LCJ Dill
Meridians 16 (2), 219-229, 2018
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
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 21 (4), 544-551, 2020
Don’t Let Nobody Bring You Down
LCJ Dill, B Rivera, S Sutton
The Ethnographic Edge 2 (1), 57-65, 2018
“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 47 (7), 1614-1628, 2019
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
Using Text Messaging to Improve Access to Prenatal Health Information in Urban African American and Afro-Caribbean Immigrant Pregnant Women: Mixed Methods Analysis of Text4baby …
TM Blackwell, LCJ Dill, LA Hoepner, LA Geer
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 8 (2), e14737, 2020
Routes to resilience: Mechanisms of healthy development in minority adolescents from high-risk urban neighborhoods
LCJ Dill
UC Berkeley, 2011
Reimagining resistance and resilience: Contending with structural racism and firearm violence in urban communities
LC Dill
APHA's 2020 VIRTUAL Annual Meeting and Expo (Oct. 24-28), 2020
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