How Can Young People’s Experiences with Police Inform Sex Trafficking Prevention and Intervention?
A researcher investigates the experiences of youth who were victims of or at risk for domestic sex trafficking and their police interactions.
Tailoring Family-Based HIV Prevention Interventions for African American and Latino Homeless Youth
Researchers assess parental relationships and sexual risk behaviors among homeless youth who are white, African American, or Latino.
Do Youth Engage in Text Messages Added to a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Program?
After creating a text message library with youth, researchers investigate youth engagement over time with a text message component added to an evidence-based teen pregnancy program.
What Characteristics of Latino Parents Affect Their Communication with Teens About Sexual Health?
Learn how parental characteristics like expertise and trustworthiness affect parent-child conversations about sex.
The Impact of Services on New York Runaway and Homeless Youth: An Interview with James Bolas
James Bolas discusses research conducted around New York state about the impact of runaway and homeless youth services on the youth who use them.