Perkins, T., Ward, L.M., Jerald, M.C., Cole, E.R., & Avery, L.R. (in press). Revisiting self-objectification among Black women: The importance of Eurocentric beauty norms. Journal of Black Psychology.

Daniels, E., Jerald, M.C., & Ward, L.M. (2022). The woman in the (rearview) mirror: Viewers’ attitudes toward objectified car selfies of Black and White women. Psychology of Popular Media, 11(2), 217–226.

Daniels, E., Jerald, M.C., & Dieker, J. (2022). Putting a sexy self forward on Tinder: What do viewers think about sexualized White men? Sex Roles, 86(7), 428-440.

Avery, L.R., Stanton, A.G., Ward, L.M., Trinh, S., Cole, E.R., & Jerald, M.C. (2022). The strong, silent (gender) type: The strong Black woman ideal, self-silencing, and sexual assertiveness in Black college women. Archives of Sexual Behavior 51(3), 1509-1520. https://doi-org/10.1007/s10508-021-02179-2

Leath, S., Jones, M., Jerald, M.C., & Perkins, T. (2022). An investigation of Jezebel stereotype awareness, gendered racial identity, and sexual behaviors among Black college women. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 24(4), 517-532.

Avery, L.R., Stanton, A.G., Ward, L.M., Trinh, S., Jerald, M.C., & Cole, E.R. (2021). Remixing the script? Associations between Black-oriented media consumption and Black women’s heteropatriarchal romantic relationship beliefs. Journal of Black Psychology, 47(7), 593-625.

Leath, S., Jerald, M.C., Perkins, T., & Jones, M. (2021). A qualitative exploration of Jezebel stereotype endorsement and sexual behaviors among Black college women. Journal of Black Psychology, 47(4-5), 244-283.

Anyiwo, N., Richards-Schuster, K., & Jerald, M.C. (2021). Using critical media literacy and youth-led research to promote the sociopolitical development of Black youth: Strategies from “Our Voices.” Applied Developmental Science, 25(3), 201-216. 10.1080/10888691.2021.1906246

Avery, L.R., Stanton, A.G., Ward, L.M., Cole, E.R., Trinh, S., & Jerald, M.C. (2021). “Pretty hurts”: Acceptance of hegemonic feminine beauty ideals and reduced sexual well-being among Black women. Body Image, 38, 181-190.

Ward, L.M., Jerald, M., Avery, L., & Cole, E.R. (2020). Following their lead? Connecting mainstream media use to Black women’s gender beliefs and sexual agency. Journal of Sex Research, 57(2), 200-212.

Stanton, A.G., Jerald, M.C., Ward, L.M., & Avery, L.A. (2017). Social media contributions to the strong Black woman ideal endorsement and Black women’s mental health. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 41(4), 465-478.

Jerald, M.C., Cole, E.R., Ward, L.M., & Avery, L.R. (2017). Controlling images: How awareness of group stereotypes affects Black women’s well-being. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 64(5), 487-499.

Jerald, M.C., Ward, L.M., Moss, L., Thomas, K., & Fletcher, K.D. (2017). Subordinates, sex objects, or sapphires? Investigating contributions of media use to Black students’ femininity ideologies and stereotypes about Black women. Journal of Black Psychology, 43(6), 608-635.

Hanna, E., Ward, L. M., Seabrook, R., Jerald, M., Reed, L., Giaccardi, S., & Lippman, J. (2017). Contributions of social comparison and self-objectification in mediating associations between Facebook use and emergent adults’ well-being. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking20(3), 172-179.

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