• The intersection of gender and ethnicity in HIV risk, interventions, and prevention: New frontiers for psychology
    with G. E. Wyatt, A. B. Hamilton, D. Valencia-Garcia, L. M. Gant, and C. E. Graham
    This article articulates a contextualized understanding of gender and ethnicity as interacting social determinants of HIV risk and acquisition, with special focus on African Americans and HispanicsLatinos-2 ethnic groups currently at most risk for HIV/AIDS acquisition in the United States. First, sex and gender are defined. Second, a conceptual model of gender, ethnicity, and HIV risk and resilience is presented. Third, a historical backdrop of gender and ethnic disparities is provided, with att…Read more