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

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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).
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; .
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; .
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.

Education

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

Post-Doctoral Training & Residency

Fellowship in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at Strong Memorial Hospital, URMC09/01/2009 - 07/31/2010
Internship in Psychology at University of Missouri-St. Louis08/01/2008 - 07/31/2009