Katrina J. Debnam
- Assistant Scientist
- Mental Health (Primary)
Center & Institute Affiliations
624 N. Broadway, Room 388
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
PhD, University of Maryland, 2012
MPH, University of North Carolina, 2003
Debnam, K. J., Pas, E. T., Bottiani, J.,* Cash, A., & Bradshaw, C. P. (2015). An Examination of the Association between Observed and Self-Reported Culturally Responsive Teaching Practices. Psychology in the Schools.
Debnam, K. J., Howard, D. E., Garza, M. A., & Green, K. M. (online first). African American Girls’ Ideal Dating Relationship Now and In the Future. Youth and Society. doi: 10.1177/0044118X14535417
Bradshaw, C.P., Debnam, K.D., Lindstrom Johnson, S., Pas, E.T., Hershfeldt, P., Alexander, A., Barrett, S., & Leaf, P.J. (2014). Maryland’s evolving system of social, emotional, and behavioral interventions in the public schools: The Maryland Safe and Supportive Schools Project. Adolescent Psychiatry, 4, 194-206, doi 10.2174/221067660403140912163120
Debnam, K. J., Johnson, S. L., Waasdorp, T., & Bradshaw, C. P. (2014). Equity, Connection, and Engagement in the School Context to Promote Positive Youth Development. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 24, 447-459. doi: 10.1111/jora.12083
Holt, Cheryl L., Clark, E. M., Debnam, K, & Roth, D. (2014). Religion and health in African Americans: The role of religious coping. American Journal of Health Behavior, 38, 190-199.
Bradshaw, C.P., Waasdorp, T.E., Debnam, K.J., & Lindstrom Johnson, S. (2014). Measuring school climate: A focus on safety, engagement, and the environment.Journal of School Health, 84, 593-604, doi 10.1111/josh.12186
Debnam, K. J., Johnson, S. L., & Bradshaw, C. P. (2014). Examining the Association between Bullying and Adolescent Concerns about Teen Dating Violence. Journal of School Health, 84, 421-428. doi: 10.1111/josh.12170.
Debnam, K., Holt, Cheryl L., Clark, E. M., Roth, D., & Southward, P. L. (2012). Religious and general social support and health lifestyle behaviors in a national sample of African Americans. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 35, 179-189.