College of Science and Health > Faculty & Staff > Faculty A-Z > Bernadette Sanchez
Sánchez, B., Mroczkowski, A., Liao, L. C., Rivera, C., & DuBois, D. L. (2017). Mentoring as a mediator or moderator between racial discrimination and coping efficacy in urban, low-income, Latina/o youth. American Journal of Community Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/ajcp.12114
Jimenez, T. R., Sánchez, B., McMahon, S. D., Viola, J. (2016). A vision for the future of community psychology education and training. American Journal of Community Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/ajcp.12079
Liao, L.C. & Sánchez, B. (2016). Mentoring relationship quality profiles and their association with urban, low-income youth’s academic outcomes. Youth & Society. DOI: 10.1177/0044118X16668058
Sánchez, B., Pinkston, K., Cooper, A., Luna, C., & Wyatt, S. (2016). One falls, we all fall: How boys of color develop close peer mentoring relationships. Applied Developmental Science.
Cooper, A., & Sánchez, B. (2016). Roles of racial discrimination, cultural mistrust, and gender in Latina/o youth’s school attitudes and achievement. Journal of Research on Adolescence. DOI: 10.1111/jora.12263
Suffrin, R. L., Todd, N., & Sánchez, B. (2016). An ecological perspective of mentor satisfaction with their youth mentoring relationships. Journal of Community Psychology, 44, 553-568. DOI: 10.1002/jcop.21785
Roundfield, K. E., Sánchez, B., McMahon, S. D. (2016). An ecological analysis of school engagement among urban, low-income Latino adolescents. Youth & Society, 1-21. DOI: 10.1177/0044118X16639986
Mroczkowski, A. L., & Sánchez, B. (2015). The role of racial discrimination in the economic value of education among urban, low-income Latina/o youth: Ethnic identity and gender as moderators. American Journal of Community Psychology. DOI 10.1007/s10464-015-9728-9
Liao, L.C. & Sánchez, B. (2015). An exploratory study of the role of mentoring in the acculturation of Latino/a youth. Journal of Community Psychology.
Sánchez, B., Coló
n, Y., Feuer, R., Roundfield, K., & Berardi, L. (2014). Race,
ethnicity, and culture in mentoring. In D.L. DuBois & M.J. Karcher
(Eds.), Handbook of youth mentoring, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Torres, R.S., Harper, G.W., Sánchez,
B., Fernandez, M.I., and AMTN. (2012). Examining natural mentoring
relationships (NMRs) among self-identified gay, bisexual and questioning
(GBQ) male youth. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 8-14.
Hurd, N., Sánchez, B., Zimmerman, M. & Caldwell, C. (2012).
Natural mentors, racial identity, and educational attainment among
African American adolescents: Exploring pathways to success. Child Development, 83, 1196-1212.
Sánchez, B., Esparaza, P., Beradi, L., & Pryce, J. (2011). Mentoring and the
broader village in the transition from high school. Youth & Society, 43, 225-252.
Sánchez, B., Esparza, P., Colón, Y., & Davis, K. (2010). Tryin'
to make it during the transition from high school: The role of family
and economic context for Latino emerging adults. Journal of Adolescent Research, 25, 858-884.
J., Silverthorn, N., Sánchez, B., & DuBois, D.L. (2010).
GirlPOWER!: Strengthening mentoring relationships through a structured,
gender-specific program. New Directions for Youth Development, 126, 89-105.
Colón, Y., & Sánchez, B. (2010). Explaining the gender disparity
in Latino youth's education: Acculturation and economic value of
education. Urban Education, 45, 252-273.
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