|Carolyn Halpern, PhD|
Maternal and Child Health
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1982||University of Houston||PhD, Developmental Psychology|
|1979||University of Houston||MA, Developmental Psychology|
|1976||University of Houston||BS, Psychology|
Biopsychosocial models of health and well-being from adolescence to young adulthood, particularly sexual health and behavior, sexual minorities, gender roles, and intimate partner violence.
Director of MCH Doctoral Program
|Halpern CT, Haydon A (2012)|
Sexual timetables for oral-genital, vaginal, and anal sex: Sociodemographic comparisons in a nationally representative sample..
American Journal of Public Health: vol.102(6), p.1221-8.
|Haydon A, Herring A, Prinstein M, Halpern CT (2012)|
Beyond age at first sex: Patterns of emerging sexual behavior in adolescence and young adulthood.
Journal of Adolescent Health: vol.50(5), p.456-463.
|Haydon A, Herring A, Halpern CT (2012)|
The association between patterns of emerging sexual behavior and reproductive health in young adulthood.
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health: vol.44(4), p.218–227.
|Halpern CT, Whitsel EA, Wagner B, Harris KM (2012)|
Challenges of measuring diurnal cortisol levels in a large population-based field study.
Psychoneuroendocrinology: vol.37(4), p.499-508.
|Haydon AA, McRee AL, Halpern CT (2011)|
Unwanted sex among young adults in the US: The role of physical disability and cognitive performance..
Journal of Interpersonal Violence: vol.26(17), p.3476-3493.