Lea Raye Bromell

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Adolescence is marked by change and renegotiation in almost every arena -- biological, social, and cognitive development; identity development; changes in peer relations and friendships; a renegotiation of family relationships, especially the parent-adolescent relationship; and school transitions. Further, for African Americans, adolescence is also marked(More)
Neighborhood Influences on Health among Black and White Adults by Lea Raye Bromell Department of Psychology & Neuroscience Duke University Date:____________________ Approved: ___________________________ Keith E. Whitfield, Co-chair ___________________________ Linda M. Burton, Co-chair ___________________________ Philip R. Costanzo(More)
This study investigated the impact of neighborhood social cohesion on the perceived companionship of nearly 1,500 community-dwelling older adults from the Neighborhood, Organization, Aging and Health project (NOAH), a Chicago-based study of older adult well-being in the neighborhood context. We hypothesized that the relationship between neighborhood-level(More)
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