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  • Breland-Noble, C. Al-Mateen & N. Singh (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M., GWong, M. GChilders, T., GHankerson, S. Sotomayor, J. (2015). Spirituality and religious coping in African American youth with depressive illness. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 18 (5).
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. (2016). Diagnosis and Treatment of Depressive Disorders in African American youth. In M. Breland-Noble, C. Al-Mateen & N. Singh (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth.
  • Caldwell, C. Assari, S, Breland-Noble A.M. (2016) The Epidemiology of Mental Disorders in African American Children and Adolescents. In M. Breland-Noble, C. Al-Mateen & N. Singh (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth.
  • Al-Mateen, C.; Breland-Noble, A.M. & Singh, N. (2016). The Way Forward. In M. Breland-Noble, C. Al-Mateen & N. Singh (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health in African American Youth.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M., Childers, T. & Boyce, C. (In Press). The Evidence for CBT in the treatment of mental illness in African Americans. Leong. F., Bernal, G. and Buchanan, N.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M., Stein, G.L., Wong, M., & Wang, C. (Accepted for Publication). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Racially Diverse Youth: Cultural Competence Considerations for Treating Children and Adolescents. In Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Children and Adolescents 3rd Edition Mark Reinecke, Arthur Freeman, and Ja’net Seward.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M., Sotomayor, J. & Burriss F.A. (2015). Assessing Suicidality and Depression in African Americans in L. Benuto and B. Leany (eds.) Guide to Psychological Assessment with African Americans.
  • Coker-Appiah, D. S., Haileab, L. B., Breland-Noble, A. M., (2015). Teen Dating Violence and the law. Science in the Courtroom. 
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. (2014). Editorial. Parenting in Diverse Contexts. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 23 (2), 173-176.  Parenting Across Diverse contexts
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. (2013). African American youth mental health: Individual, environmental and clinical factors in context. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 22(1), 1-3.
  • Soto, J.A., Roberts, N.A., Pole, Levenson, R.W., Burleson, M.H., King, A.R. & Breland-Noble, A.M. (2012). Elevated Baseline Anxiety among African Americans in Laboratory Research Settings. Journal of Psychophysiology. 26, (3). DOI: 10.1027/0269-8803/a000073.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. & GWeller, B. (2012). Examining African American Adolescent Depression in a Community Sample: The Impact of Parent/Child Agreement. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 21(5), 869-876. doi: 10.1007/s10826-011-9547-z
  • Foran, K.; Breland-Noble, A.M.; Otey-Scott, S; Wryobeck, J.; Robiner W. King, C. & Sanders, K. (2012). Early Career Boot Camp: A Novel Mechanism for Enhancing Early Career Development for Psychologists in Academic Healthcare. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 19, (1), 117-125.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. (2012).Community and Treatment Engagement for Depressed African American Youth: The AAKOMA FLOA pilot. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 19, (1), 41-48. Manuscript copy
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. (2012). The Impact of Skin Color on Mental and Behavioral Health in African American and Latina Adolescent Girls: A Review of the Literature. In Ron Hall (ed.) The Melanin Millennium: Skin Color as the 21st Century International Discourse. 
 Older (Prior to 2012)

  • Hall, R.E. & Breland-Noble, A.M. (2011). Spirituality vis-a-vis Islam as Prerequisite to Arab American Well Being: The Implications of Eurocentrism for Mainstream Psychology.   American Journal of Psychotherapy. 65, (2) 151-162.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M., GBurriss, A., Bell, C.C. & The AAKOMA Project Adult Advisory Board (2011). “Mama just won’t accept this”: Adult Perspectives on Engaging Depressed African American Teens in Clinical Research and Treatment. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 18, (3), 225-234, DOI:1007/s10880-011-92356 Manuscript copy
  • Breland-Noble, A.M.; Bell, C.C., GBurriss, F.A., Poole, H.K. & AAKOMA Project Advisory Board (2011). The Significance of Strategic Community Engagement in Recruiting African American Youth & Families for Clinical Research. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 21, (2), 273-280, DOI: 1007/s10826-011-9472-1  Strategic Engagement paper
  • * GBurriss, F.A.; *Breland-Noble, A.M.; Webster, J.; & Soto, J. (2011). Juvenile Mental Health Courts for Adjudicated Youth: Role Implications for Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Mental Health Nurses. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Nursing, 24(2), 114-121.  Manuscript copy
  • Sanders, K.A., Breland-Noble, A.M.; King, C. & Cubic, B. (2011). Pathways to success for psychologists in academic health centers: From early career to emeritus. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 17:315–325.
  • Breland-Noble, A. M., GBurriss, A., & Poole, H. K. (2010). Engaging depressed African American adolescents in treatment: Lessons from The AAKOMA Project. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 66(8), 868-879.
  • GStein, G.L; Curry, J.F.; Hersch, J.; & Breland-Noble, A.M.; Silva, S.G., Reinecke, M.A.; Jacobs, R.H; March, J.M. (2010) Ethnic Differences at the Initiation of Treatment for Adolescent Depression. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 16 (2) 152-158.
  • Shapiro, M.; Silva, S.G.; Compton, S.; Chrisman, A.; DeVeaugh-Geiss, J.; Breland-Noble, A.M.; Kondo, D. Kirchner, J. & March, J.S. (2009). The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Trials Network (CAPTN): Infrastructure Development and Lessons Learned. Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health. 3 (1).
  • Jacobs, R.H.; Klein, J.B.; Reinecke, M.A., Breland-Noble, A.M., Martinovich, Z.; Rezac, A.J.; Kratochvil, C.K.; Silva, S.S.; March, J.M., and TADS Team. (2008). Ethnic Differences in Attributions and Treatment Expectancies for Adolescent Depression. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 1(2) 163-178.
  • May, D.E.; Hallin, M.J.; Kratochvil, C.K; Puumala, S.E.; Silva, S.G., Breland-Noble, A.M.; Pathak, S.; Weller E.; March, J.S. & TADS Team (2007). Factors Associated With Recruitment and Screening in the Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study (TADS). Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 46(7):801-810.
  • LaBorde, D.; Brannock, K., Breland-Noble, A.M. & Parrish, T. (2007). Pilot Test of Cooperative Learning Format for Training Mental Health Researchers and Black Community Leaders in Partnership Skills. Journal of the National Medical Association, 99 (12) 1359 – 1368.
  • Nicolas, G., Desilva, A., Subrebost, K., Breland-Noble, A., Gonzalez-Eastep, D., & Manning, N. (2007). Expression and Treatment of Depression in Haitian Women. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 61(1) 83-98.
  • Steward, R.J., Miller, M.A., Roberts, A., Slavin, R., Breland-Noble, A.M., Neil, D.M. (2007). Exploring religion and Christianity as points of diversity within counseling training environments. Journal of Religion and Education, 34, (2) 27-54.
  • Breland-Noble, M., Bell,C.C.,& Nicolas, G., (2006). Family First: The Development of an Evidence-Based Family Intervention for Increasing Participation in Psychiatric Clinical Care and Research in Depressed African American Adolescents. Family Process. 45,(2)153-169.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M.; Farmer, E.M.Z.; Dubs, M., Potter E. & Burns, B.J. (2005). Mental Health and Other Service Use by Youth in Therapeutic Foster Care and Group Homes. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 14, (2) 167-180.   Manuscript copy
  • The Duke Pediatric EBM Seminar Team. (2005). Using and Teaching Evidence-Based Medicine (EBM): The Duke University Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Model. In: Burns B J, Hoagwood K, Evidence Based Practice, Part II: Effecting Change (pp.273-296). Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. (ed.) Lewis. Philadelphia, PA, Saunders.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M. (July 2004). Mental Healthcare Disparities Affect Treatment of Black Adolescents. Psychiatric Annals. 34, (7) 534 – 541.
  • Breland-Noble, A.M.; Elbogen, R.E.; Farmer, E.M.Z., Dubs, M.S., Wagner; R & Burns, B.J. (June 2004). The Use of Psychotropic Medications by Youth in Therapeutic Foster Care and Group Homes. Psychiatric Services. 55, (6) 706-708. 

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