Linda M. Chatters
Linda M. Chatters
Professor of Public Health, Professor of Social Work, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan
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Religion in the lives of African Americans: Social, psychological, and health perspectives
RJ Taylor, LM Chatters, J Levin
Sage Publications, 2003
Sociodemographic and environmental correlates of racial socialization by Black parents
MC Thornton, LM Chatters, RJ Taylor, WR Allen
Child development 61 (2), 401-409, 1990
Religion and health: Public health research and practice
LM Chatters
Annual review of public health 21 (1), 335-367, 2000
Developments in research on Black families: A decade review
RJ Taylor, LM Chatters, MB Tucker, E Lewis
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 993-1014, 1990
Race and gender differences in religiosity among older adults: Findings from four national surveys
JS Levin, RJ Taylor, LM Chatters
Journal of Gerontology 49 (3), S137-S145, 1994
Mental health services in faith communities: The role of clergy in black churches
RJ Taylor, CG Ellison, LM Chatters, JS Levin, KD Lincoln
Social work 45 (1), 73-87, 2000
Black and White differences in religious participation: A multisample comparison
RJ Taylor, LM Chatters, R Jayakody, JS Levin
Journal for the scientific study of religion, 403-410, 1996
Church members as a source of informal social support
RJ Taylor, LM Chatters
Review of Religious Research, 193-203, 1988
Religious effects on health status and life satisfaction among Black Americans
JS Levin, LM Chatters, RJ Taylor
The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social …, 1995
Religion, health, and psychological well-being in older adults: Findings from three national surveys
JS Levin, LM Chatters
Journal of aging and health 10 (4), 504-531, 1998
Research on religion and mental health: An overview of empirical findings and theoretical issues
JS Levin, LM Chatters
Handbook of religion and mental health, 33-50, 1998
Subjective religiosity among African Americans: A synthesis of findings from five national samples
RJ Taylor, J Mattis, LM Chatters
Journal of black psychology 25 (4), 524-543, 1999
Church-based informal support among elderly blacks
RJ Taylor, LM Chatters
The Gerontologist 26 (6), 637-642, 1986
Fictive kinship relations in black extended families
LM Chatters, RJ Taylor, R Jayakody
Journal of Comparative Family Studies 25 (3), 297-312, 1994
Antecedents and dimensions of religious involvement among older black adults
LM Chatters, JS Levin, RJ Taylor
Journal of gerontology 47 (6), S269-S278, 1992
African American religious participation: A multi-sample comparison
LM Chatters, RJ Taylor, KD Lincoln
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 132-145, 1999
Religious coping among African Americans, Caribbean Blacks and Non‐Hispanic Whites
LM Chatters, RJ Taylor, JS Jackson, KD Lincoln
Journal of Community Psychology 36 (3), 371-386, 2008
Patterns of informal support to elderly black adults: Family, friends, and church members
RJ Taylor, LM Chatters
Social Work 31 (6), 432-438, 1986
Psychological distress among Black and White Americans: Differential effects of social support, negative interaction and personal control
KD Lincoln, LM Chatters, RJ Taylor
Journal of health and social behavior 44 (3), 390, 2003
Emotional support from parents early in life, aging, and health.
BA Shaw, N Krause, LM Chatters, CM Connell, B Ingersoll-Dayton
Psychology and aging 19 (1), 4, 2004
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