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Brea Perry
Brea Perry
Professor of Sociology, Indiana University
Подтвержден адрес электронной почты в домене indiana.edu
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The punishment gap: School suspension and racial disparities in achievement
EW Morris, BL Perry
Social Problems 63 (1), 68-86, 2016
7322016
Egocentric network analysis: Foundations, methods, and models
BL Perry, BA Pescosolido, SP Borgatti
Cambridge university press, 2018
6782018
The impact of sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic on older adults’ social and mental well-being
AC Krendl, BL Perry
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 76 (2), e53-e58, 2021
5422021
Suspending progress: Collateral consequences of exclusionary punishment in public schools
BL Perry, EW Morris
American Sociological Review 79 (6), 1067-1087, 2014
5222014
Girls behaving badly? Race, gender, and subjective evaluation in the discipline of African American girls
EW Morris, BL Perry
Sociology of education 90 (2), 127-148, 2017
3972017
Public knowledge and assessment of child mental health problems: Findings from the National Stigma Study-Children
BA Pescosolido, PS Jensen, JK Martin, BL Perry, S Olafsdottir, D Fettes
Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 47 (3), 339-349, 2008
3952008
Pandemic precarity: COVID-19 is exposing and exacerbating inequalities in the American heartland
BL Perry, B Aronson, BA Pescosolido
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (8), e2020685118, 2021
3762021
Racial and gender discrimination in the stress process: Implications for African American women's health and well-being
BL Perry, KLH Harp, CB Oser
Sociological Perspectives 56 (1), 25-48, 2013
3652013
Sexual identity distress, social support, and the health of gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth
ER Wright, BL Perry
Current Issues in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health, 81-110, 2013
3622013
Social network activation: the role of health discussion partners in recovery from mental illness
BL Perry, BA Pescosolido
Social science & medicine 125, 116-128, 2015
3422015
Understanding social network disruption: The case of youth in foster care
BL Perry
Social Problems 53 (3), 371-391, 2006
3212006
Stigmatizing attitudes and beliefs about treatment and psychiatric medications for children with mental illness
BA Pescosolido, BL Perry, JK Martin, JD McLeod, PS Jensen
Psychiatric Services 58 (5), 613-618, 2007
2772007
Social network dynamics and biographical disruption: The case of “first-timers” with mental illness
BL Perry, BA Pescosolido
American Journal of Sociology 118 (1), 134-175, 2012
1922012
Functional specificity in discussion networks: The influence of general and problem-specific networks on health outcomes
BL Perry, BA Pescosolido
Social Networks 32 (4), 345-357, 2010
1912010
Trends in public stigma of mental illness in the US, 1996-2018
BA Pescosolido, A Halpern-Manners, L Luo, B Perry
JAMA network open 4 (12), e2140202-e2140202, 2021
1852021
Examining the associations of racism, sexism, and stressful life events on psychological distress among African-American women.
D Stevens-Watkins, B Perry, E Pullen, J Jewell, CB Oser
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (4), 561, 2014
1682014
Online misinformation is linked to early COVID-19 vaccination hesitancy and refusal
F Pierri, BL Perry, MR DeVerna, KC Yang, A Flammini, F Menczer, ...
Scientific reports 12 (1), 5966, 2022
1632022
The labeling paradox: Stigma, the sick role, and social networks in mental illness
BL Perry
Journal of health and social behavior 52 (4), 460-477, 2011
1602011
Comparison of public attributions, attitudes, and stigma in regard to depression among children and adults
BL Perry, BA Pescosolido, JK Martin, JD McLeod, PS Jensen
Psychiatric services 58 (5), 632-635, 2007
1572007
Systematic evaluation of state policy interventions targeting the US opioid epidemic, 2007-2018
B Lee, W Zhao, KC Yang, YY Ahn, BL Perry
JAMA network open 4 (2), e2036687-e2036687, 2021
1342021
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