Kenya T. Malcolm, Ph.D.

Kenya T. Malcolm, Ph.D.

Contact Information

University of Rochester Medical Center
School of Medicine and Dentistry
601 Elmwood Ave, Box PSYCH
Rochester, NY 14642

Office: (585) 279-7800
Fax: (585) 256-1901

Research Bio

To date, Dr. Malcolm has worked with four large scale research projects involved with collecting and analyzing data from elementary and middle school- aged students. This work has involved all aspects of the research process including grant writing, building community partnerships, program development, and publication/ dissemination. She has also supervised teams of undergraduate students, mentors, and mental health professionals. Particular research interests include school- based program development and intervention. Detailed information regarding responsibilities and duties as well as a list of professional poster presentations is available upon request.

Recent Journal Articles

Showing the 5 most recent journal articles. 8 available »

2012
Knack, J.M., Jacquot, C., Jensen-Campbell, L.A., & Malcolm, K.T. "The importance of having Agreeable friends in childhood (especially when you are not)." Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 2012; (in press). Link
2010
Elledge, L. C., Cavell, T. A., Ogle, N. T., Malcolm, K. T., Newgent, R. A., & Faith, M. A. "History of peer victimization and children's response to school-bullying." School Psychology Quarterly 25, 129-141.. 2010; . Link
2009 Mar
Cavell TA, Elledge LC, Malcolm KT, Faith MA, Hughes JN. "Relationship quality and the mentoring of aggressive, high-risk children." Journal of clinical child and adolescent psychology : the official journal for the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, American Psychological Association, Division 53. 2009 Mar; 38(2):185-98.
2008
Waldrip, A.H., Malcolm, K.T., & Jensen - Campbell, L.A. "With a little help from your friends: The importance of peer relationships on adolescent adjustment." Social Development,17(4), 832.. 2008; . Link
2008
Faith MA, Malcolm KT, Newgent RA. "Reducing potential mental health issues and alcohol abuse through an early prevention model for victims of peer harassment." Work (Reading, Mass.). 2008 31(3):327-35.

Current Appointments

Senior Instructor of Clinical (Part-Time) - Department of Psychiatry, Child & Adoles Serv (SMD) - Primary

Education

PhD | Clinical Psychology | University of Arkansas2009
MS | Psychology | Univ Texas-Arlington2003
BA | Psychology | Univ Texas-Arlington2001

Post-Doctoral Training & Residency

Internship in Psychology at University of Missouri-St. Louis08/01/2008 - 07/31/2009
Fellowship at Strong Memorial Hospital, URMC