Aronson, Robert

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Examining the psychosocial health of black sexual minority men 2010 1125 Research suggests that Black sexual minority men (BSMM; i.e. non-heterosexual and non-straight) experience more depressive symptoms and anxiety disorders than their White gay and Black heterosexual counterparts. Little is known about the factors that...
Applying critical race theory to understand HIV testing experiences of black men with same-sex attraction in the U.S. 2011 3765 The purpose of this qualitative analysis was to assess HIV testing experiences among a group of Black men with same sex attraction and explore these factors in the context of their social identities and lived experiences. To ensure a contextual and c...
Assessing individual, family, and community resilience to a natural disaster among Vietnamese refugees in North Carolina: an ethnographic study 2011 2608 Background: Previous studies have suggested that compared to the general population, refugees can be more susceptible to disaster mental disorders in the face of a public emergency occurring in their host country. Studies have also indicated that str...
Diabetes prevalence and mortality in the Great Plains Region differences based on the social determinants of health 2014 793 American Indians in the Great Plains Region have the highest diabetes mortality rates in the nation compared with other racial or ethnic groups or American Indians in other regions. Public health officials, Tribal leaders, and community members are c...