Rhonda Conerly Holliday, Ph.D., M.A. 

Research Associate Professor

Community Health & Preventive Medicine

Location: Buggy Works
Phone: 404-756-5042
E-mail: rholliday@msm.edu

Education

GRADUATE:
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy in Developmental Psychology

University of Alabama at Birmingham
Degree: Master of Arts in Developmental Psychology


UNDERGRADUATE:
Morris Brown College
Degree: Bachelor of College in Psychology

Research Interests

Substance Use

HIV Prevention

Underserved Populations

Health Disparities

Publications

Hayes, B., Holliday, R. C., Wade, B., Trawick, C., Hodge, M., Caplan, L., Health, C., Quarshie, A., & Satcher, D.  (2009).  A Comprehensive Examination of the Health Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviors of Students Attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities.  Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, 20, 69-94.

Du Plessis, L. D., Holliday, R. C., Robillard, A. G., & Braithwaite, R. L.  (2009).  Alcohol, marijuana use and the perceptions of influence on social and sexual behavior among African American adolescent female detainees.  Journal of Correctional Health Care, 15,197-209.

Stephens, T. T., and Holliday, R.C. (2014).  Predictors of suicide ideation and risk for HIV among juvenile offenders in Georgia.  International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, 26 (1), 137-143. 

Conerly, R.C., Robillard, A. G., & Braithwaite, R.  Sexual Risk Behavior and Alcohol and Other Drug Use Among Female Adolescent Detainees:  Implications for Intervention.  Health Issues of Incarcerated Women. Edited by:  Ronald. Braithwaite, Kimberly Jaccob Arriola, & Cassandra Newkirk. New Brunswick, New Jersey:  Rutgers University Press 2006.

Robinson, R. G., & Holliday, R. C.  Tobacco use and the black community in the us:  A community focused public health model for eliminating population disparities.  In R. Braithwaite, S. Taylor & H. Treadwell (Eds.).  Health Issues in the Black Community, 3rd Edition.  San Francisco:  Jossey-Bass 2009.


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