Office: Medical Pavilion Suite 6
Center for Health Disparities Research
East Carolina University
1800 W. 5th Street, Medical Pavilion Suite 6
Greenville, NC 27858
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Rhode Island (1983)
B.A., Psychology, Westminster College (1975)
Dr. Landrine's research focuses on geographic and sociocultural factors in disparities in chronic disease and health behavior among African-Americans and Latinos, with an emphasis on area-level segregation and poverty, individual-level acculturation and discrimination, and community-based participatory research approaches.
Selected recent publications:
Elk, R., & Landrine, H. (In press). Cancer Disparities: Nature, Causes, Evidence-based Solutions. New York: Springer.
Hao, Y., Landrine, H., Jemal, A., Ward, K. C., et al. (In press). Race, neighborhood characteristics, and disparities in receipt of chemotherapy for colorectal cancer. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health.
Stephens, C., Stein, K., & Landrine, H. (2010). The role of acculturation in life satisfaction among Hispanic cancer survivors. Psycho-Oncology, 19, 376-83.
Mellerson, J., Landrine, H., Hao, Y., Zhao, L., Corral, I., & Cooper, D. (2010). Residential segregation and physical activity among a national sample of Hispanic adults. Health & Place, 16, 613-15.
Landrine, H., Corral, I., Klonoff, E. A., Jensen, J., Kashima, K., Hickman, N., & Martinez, J. (2010). Ethnic disparities in youth access to tobacco. Health Promotion Practice, 11, 132-139.
Pichon, L., C., Corral, I., Landrine, H., Mayer, J., & Norman, G. (2010). Prevalence and correlates of sun protection behaviors among African Americans. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 38, 288-295.
Landrine, H., & Corral, I. (2009). Separate and unequal: Residential segregation and Black health disparities. Ethnicity & Disease, 19, 179-184.
Corral, I., & Landrine, H. (2008). Acculturation and ethnic-minority health behavior. Health Psychology, 27, 737-745.
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