Publications

Scholarly Journals--Accepted

  • Brown, P., Watts, V., Hanna, M., Rizk, M., Tucker, E., Saddlemire, A., & +Peteet, B. (In press). Two Epidemics and a Pandemic: The Collision of Prescription Drug Misuse and Racism during COVID-19. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, Special Issue. (10/2021)
  • Stinson, E., Sullivan, R., Peteet, B., Tapert, S., Baker, F., Breslin, F.,…Lisdahl, K. (in press). Longitudinal Impact of Childhood Adversity on Early Adolescent Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic in the ABCD Study® Cohort: Does Race or Ethnicity Moderate Findings? Biological Psychiatry: Global Open Science. (10/2021)
  • Burlew, A.K., *Miller-Roenigk, B., McCuistian, C., Burlew, R., & Peteet, B. (forthcoming). Prevention of substance use disorders in African Americans. In C. Downey and E. Chang (Eds.), Historical Context and Cultural Competence in Substance Use Disorders. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association. (2020)

Scholarly Journals--Published

  • McCuistian, C., Peteet, B., Burlew, A. K. & Jacquez, F. (2021). Systematic review of community-based participatory research exploring sexual health among racial and ethnic minorities. Health Education & Behavior. (2021) (link)
  • Peteet, B., Belliard, J.C., Abdul-Mutakabbir, J., Casey, S., & Simmons, K. (2021). Community-Academic Partnerships to Reduce COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Minoritized Communities. EClinicalMedicine, 34, 100834. (2021)
  • McCuistian, C., Peteet, B., Burlew, A. K., & Miller-Roenigk, B. (2020). Sexual risk behaviors among substance using African Americans: Secondary analysis of two randomized clinical trials. Sexuality & Culture, online.  (2020) (link)
  • Peteet, B., Roundtree, C., Dixon, S., Mosley, C., Miller-Roenigk, B., White, J., Bediako, M., Hitch, A. & McCuistian, C. (2020) ‘Codeine crazy:’ A content analysis of prescription drug references in popular music. Journal of Youth Studies. (2020) (link)
  • Burlew, A. K., Peteet, B. J., McCuistian, C., & Miller-Roenigk, B. D. (2019). Best practices for researching   diverse groups. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 89, 354-368. (2019)
  • Peteet, B., Mosley, C., Miller-Roenigk, B., McCuistian, C., & Dixon, S. (2018). Transnational trends in prescription drug misuse among women: A systematic review. International Journal of Drug Policy, 63, 56-73.  (2018) (link)
  • Peteet, B., Staton, M., Miller-Roenigk, B., Carle, A., & Oser, C. (2018). Rural incarcerated women: HIV/HCV knowledge and correlates of risky behavior. Health Education and Behavior, 45, 977-986 (2018) (link)
  • Peteet, B. (2017). Psychosocial risk of prescription drug misuse among U.S. racial/ethnic minorities: A   systematic review. Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse, 1-33. doi: 10.1080/15332640.2017.1381662 (2017) (link)
  • Staton, M., Ciciurkaite, G., Havens, J.R., Tillson, M., Leukefeld, C., Webster, M., Oser, C., & Peteet, B.  (2017). Correlates of injection drug use among rural Appalachian women. Journal of Rural Health, 00, 1-11. (2017)
  • Lige, Q., Peteet, B., & Brown, C. (2016). Racial identity, self-esteem, and the impostor phenomenon among African American college students. Journal of Black Psychology, 1-13. doi: 10.1177/0095798416648787 (2016)
  • Peteet, B., & Lige, Q. (2015). Beyond a Bachelors: An evaluation of a graduate school admission preparation program. Journal of Black Studies, 1-18. doi: 10.1177/0021934715614206 (2015)
  • Peteet, B., Brown, C., Lige, Q., & Lanaway, D. (2015). Impostorism predicts greater psychological distress and lower self-esteem for African American students. Current Psychology, 34, 154-163. doi:10.1007/s12144-014-9248-z (2015)
  • Peteet, B., McCuistian, C., & Lige, Q. (2014). Something new: A scholarly and clinical perspective of Black online dating. Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships, 1, 81-96. (2014)
  • Wilson, J., Burlew, A.K., Montgomery, L., Peteet, B., Johnson, C., Calsyn, D., & Hatch, M. (2014). Do masculinity and perceived condom barriers predict heterosexual HIV risk behaviors among Black substance abusing men? Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, 7, 54-71. (2014)
  • Burlew, A.K., Burlew, R., Peteet, B., Johnson, C.S., & Smith, S. (2010). What evidence-based interventions are available to reduce drug use among African American adolescents? Center for African American Research and Policy (CAARP): Occasional Paper Series. Black in America: A Scholarly Response to the CNN Documentary-Policy Brief Series, 77-100.  (2010) (link)
  • Burlew, A.K., Johnson, C.S., Flowers, A.M., Peteet, B.J., Griffith, K.D., & Buchanan, N. (2009). Neighborhood risk, parental supervision and the onset of substance use among African American adolescents. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 18, 680-689. doi: 10.1007/s10826-009-9273-y (2009)

Books and Chapters

  • Peteet, B. et al. (in press). Prescription drug misuse and women: A narrative. In the V. Preedy (Eds). Handbook of Substance Misuse and Addictions: From Biology to Public Health (2021)
  • Burlew, A.K., Peteet, B., Ahuama-Jonas, C., & McCuistian, C. (2016). Substance abuse among racial/ethnic minorities:  Trends, issues, and interventions. In K. Lomotey, P. Braboy, Jackson, M., Adem, P.X., Ruf, V.C. Copeland, A. Huerta, ….. D.L. Brown (Eds). People of Color in the United States: Contemporary Issues in Education, Work, Communities, Health, and Immigration, Volume 4: Health and Wellness. Greenwood. (2016)
  • Peteet, B., Burlew, A.K., Ahuama-Jonas, C., & McCuistian, C. (2015). Applying RTI to the mental health needs of diverse students. In Raymond H. Witte and Susan Mosley-Howard (Eds.) Mental health practice in today’s schools: Current issues and interventions. New York, NY: Springer Publishing. (2015)