Publications

2019

Chicago Youths' Exposure to Community Violence: Contextualizing Spatial Dynamics of Violence and the Relationship With Psychological Functioning

DaViera, A. L., & Roy, A. L. (2019). Chicago Youths’ Exposure to Community Violence: Contextualizing Spatial Dynamics of Violence and the Relationship With Psychological Functioning. American journal of community psychology.

 

2019

The Latent Threat of Community Violence: Indirect Exposure to Local Homicides and Adolescents’ Mental Health in Colombia

Cuartas, J., & Roy, A. L. (2019). The latent threat of community violence: Indirect exposure to local homicides and adolescents’ mental health in Colombia. American journal of community psychology, 64(1-2), 219-231.

 

2019

Intersecting experiences, motivating beliefs: The joint roles of class and race/ethnicity in the development of youths' sociopolitical perceptions and participation

Roy, A. L., Uriostegui, M., & Uribe, M. (2019). Intersecting experiences, motivating beliefs: The joint roles of class and race/ethnicity in the development of youths' sociopolitical perceptions and participation. Advances in child development and behavior, 57, 169-194.

 

2019

Making meaning from money: Subjective social status, parent stress, and children’s development

Roy, A. L., Isaia, A., & Li-Grining, C. P. (2019). Making meaning from money: Subjective social status and young children’s behavior problems. Journal of Family Psychology, 33(2), 240.

2019

"If they focus on giving us a chance in life we can actually do something with the world": Poverty, inequality and youths' sociopolitical engagement

Roy, A. L., Raver, C. C., Masucci, M. D., & DeJoseph, M. (2019). “If they focus on giving us a chance in life we can actually do something in this world”: Poverty, inequality, and youths’ critical consciousness. Developmental psychology, 55(3), 550.

 

2018

Intersectional Ecologies: Positioning Intersectionality in Settings‐Level Research

Roy, A. L. (2018). Intersectional Ecologies: Positioning Intersectionality in Settings‐Level Research. New directions for child and adolescent development, 2018(161), 57-74.

 

2018

Teacher-child relationships in the context of poverty: The role of school mobility

McKinnon, R. D., Friedman-Krauss, A., Roy, A. L., & Raver, C. C. (2018). Teacher–child relationships in the context of poverty: the role of frequent school mobility. Journal of Children and Poverty, 24(1), 25-46.

 

2018

Classifying trajectories of social-emotional difficulties through elementary school: Impacts of the Chicago School Readiness Project

McCoy, D. C., Jones, S., Roy, A., & Raver, C. C. (2018). Classifying trajectories of social–emotional difficulties through elementary school: Impacts of the Chicago School Readiness Project. Developmental psychology, 54(4), 772.

 

2017

Innovation or violation? Leveraging mobile technology to conduct socially responsible community research

Roy, A. L. (2017). Innovation or violation? Leveraging mobile technology to conduct socially responsible community research. American journal of community psychology, 60(3-4), 385-390.

 

2016

Poverty-Related Adversity and Emotion Regulation Predict Internalizing Behavior Problems among Low-Income Children Ages 8–11

Raver, C. C., Roy, A. L., Pressler, E., Ursache, A. M., & Charles McCoy, D. (2017). Poverty-related adversity and emotion regulation predict internalizing behavior problems among low-income children ages 8–11. Behavioral sciences, 7(1), 2.

 

2016

Relationships between family and neighborhood income and first-generation Latino adults’ depressive symptoms and well-being

Roy, A.L. & Godfrey, E.B. (2016). Relationships between family and neighborhood income and first-generation Latino adults’ depressive symptoms and well-being. Journal of Community Psychology, 44(7), 856-871.

2016

Do we know where we stand? Relative neighborhood income, subjective social status, and health

Roy, A. L., Godfrey, E. B., & Rarick, J. R. (2016). Do we know where we stand? Neighborhood relative income, subjective social status, and health. American journal of community psychology, 57(3-4), 448-458.

2016

The Roles of School Readiness and Poverty-Related Risk for 6th Grade Outcomes

Pressler, E., Raver, C. C., Friedman-Krauss, A. H., & Roy, A. (2016). The roles of school readiness and poverty-related risk for 6th grade outcomes. Journal of educational and developmental psychology, 6(1), 140.

2016

Absolute or relative income: The role of economic standing in first-generation Latino adults’ mental health and well-being

Roy, A.L. & Godfrey, E.B. (2016) Absolute or relative income: The role of economic standing in first-generation Latino adults’ mental health and well-being. Journal of Community Psychology.

 

2016

Neighborhood crime as a predictor of individual differences in emotional processing and regulation

McCoy, D.C., Roy, A. L., & Raver, C. C. (2016). Neighborhood crime as a predictor of individual differences in emotional processing and regulation. Developmental science, 19(1), 164-174.

 

2015

Struggling to stay afloat: Dynamic models of poverty-related adversity and child outcomes

Raver, C.C., Roy, A.L., & Pressler, E. (2015). Struggling to stay afloat: Dynamic models of poverty-related adversity and child outcomes. In P. Amato, A. Booth, S. McHale, & J. Van Hook (Eds.), Diverging destinies: Families in an era of increasing inequality. New York: Springer.

 

2014

Instability vs. quality: The relationship between residential mobility, neighborhood quality, and children’s self-regulation

Roy, A.L., McCoy, D.C., & Raver, C.C. (2014). Instability vs. quality: The relationship between residential mobility, neighborhood quality, and children’s self-regulation. Developmental Psychology, 50(7), 1891-1896.

 

2014

Are all risks equal? Early experiences of poverty and poverty-related risk and children’s future academic, behavioral, and self-regulatory functioning

Roy, A.L. & Raver, C.C. (2014). Are all risks equal? Early experiences of poverty and poverty-related risk and children’s future academic, behavioral, and self-regulatory functioning. Journal of Family Psychology, 28(3), 391-400.

 

2013

Relations between performance on the Iowa Gambling Task and teacher reported impulsivity with elementary school-aged children

Burdick, J. D., Roy, A. L., & Raver, C. C. (2013). Relations between performance on the Iowa Gambling Task and teacher reported impulsivity with elementary school-aged children. Personality and Individual Differences, 55, 771-776.

 

2013

Neighborhood crime and school climate as predictors of elementary school academic quality: A cross-lagged panel analysis

McCoy, D. C., Roy, A. L., & Sirkman, G. M. (2013). Neighborhood crime and school climate as predictors of elementary school academic quality: A cross-lagged panel analysis. American journal of community psychology, 52(1-2), 128-140.

 

2013

Intersections between nativity, ethnic density, and neighborhood SES: Using an ethnic enclave framework to explore variation in Puerto Ricans’ physical health

Roy, A.L., Hughes, D., & Yoshikawa, H. (2013). Intersections between nativity, ethnic density, and neighborhood SES: Using an ethnic enclave framework to explore variation in Puerto Ricans’ physical health. American Journal of Community Psychology, 51(3-4), 468-479.

 

2012

Testing models of children’s self-regulation within educational contexts: Implications for measurement

Raver, C. C., Smith-Carter, J., McCoy, D. C., Roy, A., Ursache, A. & Friedman, A. H. (2012). Testing models of children’s self-regulation within educational contexts: Implications for measurement. Advances in Child Development and Behavior, 42, 245-270.

 

2012

Exploring neighborhood effects on health and life satisfaction: Disentangling neighborhood racial density and neighborhood income

Roy, A.L., Hughes, D., & Yoshikawa, H. (2012).  Exploring neighborhood effects on health and life satisfaction: Disentangling neighborhood racial density and neighborhood income. Race and Social Problems, 4(3-4), 193-204.

 

2006

Ethnicity and gender stereotypes of emotion

Durik, A.M., Hyde, J.S., Marks, A.C., Roy, A.L., Anaya, D. & Schultz, G. (2006). Ethnicity and gender stereotypes of emotion. Sex Roles, 54(7-8), 429-445.

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