Publications

  • Hotton, Anna, Lance Keene, Dennis Corbin, John Schneider, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Associations with the Black and gay communities and HIV related behaviors among Black men who have sex with men." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services.
  • Burnside, Amanda, Noni Gaylord-Harden, Susanna So, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Examining the factor structure of the coping with community violence scale for urban youth. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Dorothy Espelage, and Paula Allen-Mears. In press. "Pathways from peer victimization to sexual risk among African American adolescents in Chicago’s Southside." Psychology of Violence.
  • Bouris, Alida, Kaitlyn Jaffe, Rebecca Eavou, Chuanhong Liao, Lisa Kuhns, Dexter R. Voisin, and John Schneider. In press. "A retention in HIV care network intervention for young Black menthe have sex with men: Efficacy results from Project nGage." AIDS and Behavior.
  • Marotta, Phillip, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Pathways to delinquency and substance use among African American youth: Does future orientation mediate the effects of peer norms and parental monitoring?" Journal of Health Psychology.
  • Kim, Dong Ha, Lynn Michalopoulos, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Validation of the brief 18 item symptom inventory measure among low-income African American adolescents exposed to community violence." Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
  • Kim, Dong Ha, Justin Hardy, Lois Takahashi, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "The protective effects of religious involvement for African American youth in Chicago." Journal of Child and Family Studies.  
  • Kim, Dong Ha, Sarah Bassett, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "What does self-esteem have to do with behavioral health among low-income African American youth?" Journal of Youth Studies.
  • Bird, Jason D.P., Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Understanding the developmental and psychosocial needs of HIV positive gay adolescents." In Understanding prevention for HIV positive gay men: Innovative approaches in addressing the AIDS epidemic, Leo Wilton, ed. New York: Springer Press.
  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, Jun Sung Hong, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Violence exposures and bullying experiences among African American youth: The protective effects of school engagement." Children Youth and Services Review.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Sujung Cho, Douglas Smith, and Stella Resko. In press. "From peer victimization to substance use among African American adolescents in Southside Chicago: Integrating research, practice and social justice." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, and Jungup Lee. In press. "Applying an ecological approach to school safety among African American youth." Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice.
  • Kuhns, Lisa, Anna Hotton, Rob Garofalo, Abigail Muldoon, Kaitlyn Jaffe, Alida Bouris, Dexter R. Voisin, and John Schneider. In press. "A syndemic index is associated with antiretroviral medication adherence among HIV-positive youth." AIDS Patient Care and STDs.
  • Marotta, Phillip, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Assessing pathways to substance use and delinquency among low income African American adolescents." Children Youth and Services Review.
  • Nebbitt, Von, Dexter R. Voisin, and Tirmazi Mohammed. In press. "The relationship between parental factors and early sexual onset among African American youth living in public housing." Journal of Urban Health.  
  • Voisin, Dexter R, and Dong Ha Kim.  In press. "Broken windows": Neighborhood conditions and behavioral health among low income African American youth in Chicago." Journal of Health Psychology  
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, Lynn Michalopoulos, and Sadiq Patel. In press. "Exposure to community violence among low income African American youth in Chicago: A latent class analysis." Violence and Victims.
  • Dacus, Jagadisa-devasri, Dexter R. Voisin, and Judith Barker. 2017. "Proud I am HIV negative": Maintaining seronegativity among Black men who have sex with men in New York City." Men and Masculinities.
  • McCullagh, Charlotte, Katherine Quinn, Dexter R. Voisin, and John Schneider. 2017.  Longitudional examination of factors associated with social support satisfaction among HIV positive Black men who have sex with men.  AIDS Care.
  • Quinn, Katherine, Dexter R. Voisin, Alida Bouris, Kaitlyn Jaffee, Lisa Kuhns, Rebecca Eavou, and John Schneider. 2017. "Multiple dimensions of stigma and health factors among young Black men who have sex with men." AIDS and Behavior 21(1): 207-216.
  • Schneider, John, Michael Kozloski, Staurt Michaels, Britt Skaathum, Dexter Voisin, Nicola Lancki, Ethan Morgan, Aditya Khanna, Keith Green, Robert Coombs, Samuel Friedman, and Edward Laumann. 2017. Criminal justice involvement is associated with better HIV are continuum metrics among a population-based sample of young Black men who have sex with men. AIDS 31(1): 159-165.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Justin Hardy, Dong Ha Kim, and Caitlin Elsaesser. 2017. "The relationship between parental influences and wellbeing among low income African American youth." Child and Youth Care Forum 46(2): 223-242.
  • Voisin, Dexter R, Anna Hotton, and John Schneider. 2017. The relationship between life stressors and drug and sexual risk behaviors among Black men who have sex with men. AIDS Care 29(5): 545-551.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, Lois Takahashi, Phillip Morotto, and Katherine Bocangera. 2017. "Involvement in the juvenile justice system for African Americans: Examining associations with behavioral health problems." Journal of Social Service Research 43(1): 129-140.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Katherine Quinn, Dong Ha Kim, and John Schneider. 2017. "A longitudinal analysis of antiretroviral adherence among young Black men who have sex with men." Journal of Adolescent Health 60(4): 411-416. doi. 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2016.10.428
  • Bird, Jason D, Michael Eversman, and Dexter R. Voisin. 2016. "'You just can't trust everybody'": Disclosure strategies among HIV-positive Black men who have sex with men." Culture Health and Sexuality. doi 10.1080/13691058.2016.1267408.
  • Hong,  Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Sujung Cho, and Dorothy Espelange. 2016. "Association between bullying perpetration, victimization, and bully-victimization and sexual risk behaviors of urban African American adolescents in Chicago’s Southside." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health doi. 10.1007/s10903-016-0375-5.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Chris Hyeouk, and Mario Feranil. 2016. "Sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of South Korean adolescents: A systemic review." Journal of Social Service Research doi: 10.1080/01488376.2016.1202879.
  • Morgan, Ethan, Aditya Khanna, Britt Skaathun, Stuart Michaels, Lindsay Young, Rebeccah Duvoisin, Ming Chang, Dexter R. VoisinBenjamin Cornwell, Robert Coombs, Samuel Friedman, and John Schneider. 2016. "Marijuana use among young men who have sex with men and the HIV Care Continuum: Findings from the uConnect Study." Substance Use & Misuse.
  • Quinn, Katherine. Dexter R. Voisin, Alida Bouris, and John Schneider. 2016. "Psychological distress, drug use, sexual risks and medication adherence among young HIV-positive Black men who have sex with men: Exposure to community violence matters." AIDS Care 28(7): 866-872.
  • So, Suzanna, Dexter R. Voisin, Amanda Burnside, and Noni Gaylord-Harden. 2016. "The relationship between future orientation and health related factors among African American adolescents." Children Youth and Services Review 61, 15-21.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2016. "The public health implications of violence exposures: Violence and immunological outcomes among perinatally HIV infected youth." Journal of Adolescent Health 59 3-4. 
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kathryn Berringer, Lois Takahashi, Jessica Kuhnen and Sean Burr. 2016. "No safe havens: Protective parenting strategies for African American youth living in violent communities." Violence and Victims 31(3) 523-536.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dennis Corbin, and Camesha Jones2016. "A conceptualization of spirituality among African American young adults." Western Journal of Black Studies 4(1) 1-12.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Caitlin Elsaesser, Dong Ha Kim, Sadiq Patel, and Annie Cantara. 2016. "The relationship between family stress and behavioral health among African American adolescents."Journal of Child and Family Studies 1-10.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna Hotton, and Torsten Neilands. 2016. "Exposures to community violence and sexual behaviors among African American youth: Testing multiple pathways." Behavioral Medicine doi: 10.1080/08964289.2016.1189394. 
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, and Jun Sung Hong. 2016. "A closer look at school bonding among African American adolescents in low income communities: A latent class analysis." Journal of Health Psychology 1-14.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Sadiq Patel, Jun Sun Hong, Lois Takahashi, and Noni Gaylord-Harden. 2016. "Behavioral health correlates of exposure to community violence among low income African American adolescents in Chicago." Children Youth and Services Review doi. 10.1016/j.childyout.2016.08.006.
  • Yorke, Cordelle, Dexter R. Voisin, Kathryn Berringer and L. S. Alexander. 2016. "Cultural factors influencing mental health help-seeking attitudes among Black English-speaking Caribbean immigrants in the United States and Britain." Social Work in Mental Health 14(2):174-194.
  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, and Dexter R. Voisin. 2015. "Correlates of polyvictimzation among African American youth." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(17) 3022-3042.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, and Shantel Crosby. 2015. "A review of STI/HIV interventions for delinquent and detained juveniles: An application of the social-ecological framework." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9): 2769-2778.
  • Nebbitt, V., and Dexter R. Voisin. 2015. "Correlates of cumulative sexual risk behaviors among African American youth living in public housing." Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health doi: 0044118X15605108
  • Shi Shiu, Cheng, Dexter R. Voisin, Wei-Ti Chen, Yi-An Lo, Melissa Hardesty, and Nguyen Huong. 2015. "A synthesis of 20 years of research on sexual risk taking among Asian/Pacific Islander men who have sex with men in Western countries." American Journal of Men’s Health. 10(3), 170-180.
  • So, Suzanne, Noni Gaylord-Harden, Dexter R. Voisin, and Darrick Scott. 2015. "Future orientation as a protective factor for African American adolescents exposed to community violence." Youth and Society doi: 0044118X15605108.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2015. "Silent Gunshots: The deafening toll of gun violence in America." Trauma and Treatment S, 4, 1-2.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Pan Chen, and Kristen Jacobson. 2015. "Community violence exposure and sexual behaviors in a nationally representative sample of young adults: The effects of race/ethnicity and gender." Journal of Social Service Research 41(3): 295-306. 41(3): 295-306.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jessica Sales-McDermott, Jun Sung Hong, Jerold Jackson, Eve Rose, and Ralph DiClemente. 2015. "Social context and problem factors among youth with juvenile justice involvement histories." Behavioral Medicine doi:0.1080/08964289.2015.1065789.
  • Bird, Jason D. P., Dexter R. Voisin, and Brooke Fisher. 2014. "Millennial college students: Digital media, sexual behavior and innovative approaches to improving sexual health". In Understanding HIV and STI Prevention for College Students, Leo Wilton, Robert T. Palmer, and Dina C. Maramba, eds. New York: Routledge Press.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, and Shantel Crosby. 2014. "A review of STI/HIV interventions for delinquent and detained juveniles: An application of the social-ecological framework." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9) 2769-2778.
  • King, Kelly, Dexter R. Voisin, and Ralph DiClemente. 2014. "The relationship between male gang involvement and psychosocial risks for their female juvenile justice partners with non-gang involvement histories." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9) 2555-2559.
  • McFadden, Rachel B., Alida M. Bouris, Dexter R. Voisin, Nancy R. Glick, and John Schneider. 2014. "Dynamic social support networks of younger Black men who have sex with men with new HIV infection." AIDS Care 26(10): 1275-82.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Kathryn Berringer. 2014. "Interventions targeting exposure to community violence sequelae among youth: A commentary." Clinical Social Work Journal 43(1): 98-108.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Caitlin Elsaesser. 2014. "Brief Report: The protective effects of school engagement for African American adolescent males." Journal of Health Psychology. doi:10.1177/1359105314531607.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna L. Hotton, and Torsten B. Neilands. 2014. "Testing pathways linking exposure to community violence and sexual behaviors among African American youth." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 43(9): 1513-26.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kelly M. King, Ralph J. DiClemente, and Monique Carry. 2014. "Correlates of gang involvement and health-related factors among African American females with a detention history." Children and Youth Services Review 44: 120-25.
  • Voisin, Dexter R, Lois Takahashi, Kathleen Berringer, Sean Burr, and Jessica Kuhnen. 2014. "'Sex is violence': African American parents’ perceptions of the link between exposure to community violence and youth sexual behaviours." Child and Family Social Work. doi:10.1111/cfs.12162.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Timothy Walsh, Natasha Flatt, Rebecca Eavou, Clata Bertozzi-Villa, Milton Eder, and John Schneider. 2014. "HIV medication adherence, substance abuse, sexual risk behaviors and psychological distress among younger Black men who have sex with men and transgender women: Preliminary findings." Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 4(12): 27.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Marlene Wong, and Gina Miranda Samuels. 2014. "A Response to Anastas and Coffey: The science of social work and its relationship to social work education and professional organizations." Research on Social Work Practice 24(5): 581-85.
  • Yorke, Cordelle B., Dexter R. Voisin, and Donna Baptiste. 2014. "Factors related to help-seeking attitudes about professional mental health services among Jamaican immigrants." International Social Work. 59(2): 293 –304.
  • Bird, Jason D. P., and Dexter R. Voisin. 2013. "'You’re an open target to be abused': A qualitative study of stigma and HIV self-disclosure among black men who have sex with men." American Journal of Public Health 103(12): 2193-99.
  • Bouris, Alida, Dexter R. Voisin, Molly Pilloton, Natasha Flatt, Rebecca Eavou, Kischa Hampton, Lisa Kuhns, Milton Eder, and John Schneider. 2013. "Project nGage: Network supported HIV care engagement for younger black men who have sex with men and transgender persons." Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research 4(9): 236.
  • Chen, Pan, Dexter R. Voisin, and Kristin C. Jacobson. 2013. "Community violence exposure and adolescent delinquency: Examining a spectrum of protective factors." Youth and Society. doi:10.1177/0044118X13475827.
  • Crosby, Richard A., Dexter R. Voisin, Ralph J. DiClemente, Gina M. Wingood, Laura F. Salazar, Sara Head, Eve Rose, and Jessica McDermott-Sales. 2013. "Relational correlates of unprotected oral and vaginal sex among African American adolescent females." Sexual Health 10(3): 284-6.
  • King, Kelly M., Dexter R. Voisin, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. "Gang norms and risky sex among adolescents with a history of detention." Journal of Social Service Research 39(4): 545-51.
  • Perkins, Emory L., Dexter R. Voisin, and Kesslyn A Brade-Stennis. 2013. "Brief research report: Sociodemographic factors associated with HIV status among African American women in Washington D.C." International Journal of Women’s Health 5: 587-91.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2013. "Examining parental monitoring and deviant peers as pathways to sexual risk behaviors among Tehran (IR Iran) adolescents." International Journal of High Risk Behaviors and Addiction 2(2): 94-5.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jason Daniel Patrick Bird, Cheng-Shi Shiu, and Cathy Kreiger. 2013. “'It’s crazy being a black, gay youth.' Getting information about HIV prevention: A pilot study." Journal of Adolescence 36(1): 111-19.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. and Caitlin M. Elsaesser. 2013. "Pathways from polyvictimization to youth problem behaviors: The critical role of school engagement." International Journal of Higher Education 2(4): 15-30.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna Hotton, and John Schneider. 2013. "Witnessing verbal parental aggression and sexual activity among low-income African American youth." Journal of Child and Family Studies23(2), 285-292.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna Hotton, Kevin Tan, and Ralph DiClemente. 2013. "A longitudinal examination of risk and protective factors associated with drug use and unsafe sex among young African American females." Children and Youth Services Review 35(9): 1440-6.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard Crosby, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. "The relationship between ethnic identity and chlamydia and gonorrhea infections among low-income detained African American adolescent females." Psychology, Health, and Medicine 18(3): 355-62.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Cheng-Shi Shiu, Anjie Chan-Tack, Cathy Krieger, Dominika Sekulska, and Laura Johnson. 2013. "In their own words: Racial/ethnic and gender differences in sources and preferences for HIV prevention information among young adults." AIDS Care 25(11): 1407-10.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. "A longitudinal examination of the relationship between sexual sensation seeking and STI-related risk factors among African American females." AIDS Education and Prevention 25(2): 124-34.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Jason Daniel Patrick Bird. 2012. "'You get more respect,' Reasons for sex among African American high school youth: A qualitative study." Journal of Social Service Research 38(3): 392-401.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Jun Sung Hong. 2012. "A meditational model linking witnessing intimate partner violence and bullying behaviors and victimization among youth." Educational Psychology Review 24(4): 479-98.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jun Sung Hong, and Kelly King. 2012. "Ecological factors associated with sexual risk behaviors among detained adolescents: A systematic review." Children and Youth Services Review 34(10): 1983-91.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kelly King, John Schneider, Ralph J. DiClemente, and Kevin Tan. 2012. "Sexual sensation seeking, drug use and risky sex among detained youth." AIDS & Clinical Research doi:10.4172/2155-6113.S1-017.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, and Ralph DiClemente. 2012. "A longitudinal examination of STI/HIV prevention knowledge and STIs among African American adolescent females." Journal of Health Psychology 18, 1582-1587.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, Laura F. Salazar, Richard Crosby, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2012. "Correlates of sexually transmitted infection prevention knowledge among African American girls." Journal of Adolescent Health 51(2): 197-9.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, Anjanette Chan Tack, Devon Wade, and Ralph DiClemente. 2012. "Examining parental monitoring as a pathway from community violence exposure to drug, risky sex, and recidivism among detained youth." Journal of Social Service Research 38(5): 699-711.
  • Schneider, John A., Dexter R. Voisin, Stuart Michaels, David Ostrow, and Edward O. Laumann. 2011. "Evaluation of sexual networks as a cause for disparate HIV prevalence between blacks and whites: More questions than answers." AIDS 25(15): 1933-4.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jason Daniel Patrick Bird, Melissa Hardesty, and Cheng-Shi Shiu. 2011. "African American adolescents living and coping with community violence on Chicago’s Southside." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 26(12): 2483-98.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Torrie T. Harris, Richard A. Crosby, Laura F. Salazar, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2011. "Examining the relationship between psychotropic medication use and testing positive for chlamydia and gonorrhea among detained adolescents." Children and Youth Services Review 33(9): 1527-30.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Esther J. Jenkins, and Lois Takahashi. 2011. "Towards conceptual model linking community violence exposure to HIV-related risk behaviors among adolescents: Directions for research." Journal of Adolescent Health 49(3): 230-6.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Torsten B. Neilands, and Shannon Hunnicutt. 2011. "Mechanisms linking violence exposure and school engagement among African American adolescents: Examining the roles of psychological problem behaviors and gender." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 81(1): 61-71.
  • Bird, Jason Daniel Patrick, and Dexter R. Voisin. 2010. "A conceptual model of HIV disclosure in casual sexual encounters among men who have sex with men." Journal of Health Psychology 16(2): 365-73.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Torsten B. Neilands. 2010. "Community violence and health risk factors among adolescents on Chicago’s South Side: Does gender matter?" Journal of Adolescent Health 46(6): 600-2.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Torsten B. Neilands. 2010. "Low school engagement and sexual behaviors among African American youth: Examining the influences of gender, peer norms, and gang involvement." Children and Youth Services Review 32(1): 51-7.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Torsten B. Neilands. 2010. "School engagement, peer influences, and sexual behaviors among high school African American adolescent boys." In Social Work with African American Males: Health, Mental Health, and Social Policy, Waldo E. Johnson Jr., ed. 101-14. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Corbin, Dennis E., Dexter R. Voisin, and Cudore L. Snell. 2009. "Exploring the relationship between spirituality and HIV-related risk factors among young black college students." Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services (8): 238-50.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Jason Daniel Patrick Bird. 2009. "What African American male adolescents are telling us about HIV infection among their peers: Cultural approaches for HIV prevention." Social Work 54(3): 201-10.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Vincent Guilamo-Ramos. 2008. "A commentary on community violence exposure and HIV risk behaviors among African American adolescents."  African American Research Perspectives 10(1): 83-100.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Torsten B. Neilands, Laura F. Salazar, Richard Crosby, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2008. "Pathways to drug and sexual risk behaviors among detained adolescents." Social Work Research 32(3): 147-57.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2007. "The effects of family and community violence exposure among youth: Recommendations for practice and policy." Journal of Social Work Education 43(1): 51-66.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard A. Crosby, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2007. "Understanding motivations for sex among detained youth: Implications for HIV prevention programs." Journal of HIV/AIDS and Social Services 6(3): 29-41.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard Crosby, Ralph J. DiClemente, William L. Yarber, and Michelle Staples-Horne. 2007. "Witnessing community violence and health-risk behaviors among detained adolescents." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 77(4): 506-13.
  • Baptiste, Donna R., Inge Petersen, Arvin Bhana, Mary McKay, Dexter R. Voisin, Carl C. Bell, and Dona Da Costa Martinez. 2006. "Community collaborative youth-focused HIV/AIDS prevention in two countries: Preliminary findings." Journal of Pediatric Psy­chology 31(2): 1-12.
  • Baptiste, Donna R., Dexter R. Voisin, Cheryl Smithgall, Dona Da Costa Martinez, and Gabrielle Henderson. 2006. "Preventing HIV/AIDS among Trinidad and Tobago teens using a family-based program: Preliminary outcomes." Social Work in Mental Health 5(3/4): 327-348.
  • Crosby, Richard A., Dexter R. Voisin, Laura F. Salazar, Ralph J. DiClemente, William Yarber, and Angela M. Caliendo. 2006. "Family influences and biologically confirmed sexually transmitted infections among detained adolescents." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 76(3): 389-94.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Donna R. Baptiste, Dona Da Costa Martinez, and Gabrielle Henderson. 2006. "Exporting a U.S. HIV/AIDS prevention program to a Caribbean island-nation: Lessons from the field." International Social Work 49(1): 75-86
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard A. Crosby, Ralph J. DiClemente, and William Yarber. 2006. "Ecological factors associated with STD-risk behaviors among de­tained adolescent females." Social Work 51(1): 71-8.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard A. Crosby, Ralph J. DiClemente, William Yarber, and Michelle Staples-Horne. 2006. "HIV testing among detained youth." Jour­nal of HIV/AIDS Prevention in Children and Youth 6(2): 83-96.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2005. "The relationship between violence exposure and HIV sexual risk behaviors: Does gender matter?" American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 75(4): 497­-506.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard A. Crosby, Ralph J. DiClemente, William Yarber, and Michelle Staples-Horne. 2005. "Teacher connectedness and health-re­lated outcomes among detained adolescents." Journal of Adolescent Health 37(4): 337. e17-337.e23.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard A. Crosby, Ralph J. DiClemente, William Yarber, and Michelle Staples-Horne. 2004." The association between gang involve­ment and sexual behaviors among detained adolescent males." Sexually Transmitted Infections 80: 440–442.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2003. "Victims of community violence and HIV sexual risk behaviors among African American adolescent males." Journal of HIV/AIDS Prevention & Educa­tion for Adolescents & Children 5(3/4): 87–110.
  • Anderson, Tanya R., Alonzo DeCarlo, Dexter R. Voisin, and Carl C. Bell. 2003. "Trauma and violence in childhood: A U.S. perspective." Psychiatric Times 20(10): 17–20.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2002. "Family ecology and HIV sexual risk behaviors among African American and Puerto Rican adolescent males." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 72(2): 294–302.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Maria Dillon-Remy. 2002. "Psychocultural factors associated with HIV infection among Trinidad and Tobago adolescents." In HIV/AIDS and children in the English speaking Caribbean, ed. Barbara A. Dicks, 65–82. New York: Haworth Press.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Jorge Fontdevila, Louisa Gilbert, Dexter R. Voisin, Beverly L. Rich-man, and Pamela Pitchell. 2001. "HIV risks of men in methadone maintenance treat­ment programs who abuse their intimate partners: A forgotten issue." Journal of Sub­stance Abuse 13: 29–43.