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Sonya Mathies Dinizulu

TitleAssistant Professor
InstitutionUniversity of Chicago
DepartmentPsychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience
AddressChicago IL 60637
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    De Paul University, ChicagoPhD11/2009Clinical Psychology
    La Rabida Children's Hospital, Chicago06/2009Doctoral Internship
    De Paul University, ChicagoMA06/2007Psychology
    School of the Art Institute of Chicago, ChicagoMA05/2001Art Therapy
    University of Chicago, ChicagoAB06/1997Biological Sciences

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    1. Dinizulu SM, Suarez LM, Simpson D, Abdul-Adil J, Jacobson KC. Psychometric properties of the Community Violence-Prevention Activation Measure (CV-PAM): Evaluating provider activation toward community violence prevention. J Community Psychol. 2020 03; 48(2):545-561. PMID: 31693221.
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    2. Bassett, S. M., Kim, D. H., Takahashi, L., Dinizulu, S. M., Lee, R., & Voisin, D. R. A Latent Class Analysis of Factors Associated with Levels of Aggression among Low-Income African American Youth in Chicago. Journal of Social Service Research. 2019; 1-10.
    3. Frazier SL, Dinizulu SM, Rusch D, Boustani MM, Mehta TG, Reitz K. Building Resilience After School for Early Adolescents in Urban Poverty: Open Trial of Leaders @ Play. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2015 Nov; 42(6):723-36. PMID: 25425012.
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    4. Boustani MM, Frazier SL, Becker KD, Bechor M, Dinizulu SM, Hedemann ER, Ogle RR, Pasalich DS. Common elements of adolescent prevention programs: minimizing burden while maximizing reach. Adm Policy Ment Health. 2015 Mar; 42(2):209-19. PMID: 24504979.
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    5. Dinizulu, S. M., Grant, K. E., Bryant, F. B., Boustani, M. M., Tyler, D., & McIntosh, J. M. . Parent–adolescent relationship quality and nondisclosure as mediators of the association between exposure to community violence and psychological distress. In Child & Youth Care Forum. 2014; 43(1):41-61.
    6. Dinizulu SM, Grant KE, McIntosh JM. The influence of nondisclosure on the mental health of urban African-American adolescents exposed to community violence. J Prev Interv Community. 2014; 42(3):208-20. PMID: 25050605.
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