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J.B. (Kip) Kingree, Ph.D.

Professor of Public Health Sciences

Kip Kingree picDept of Public Health Sciences
Edwards 517
Tel. (864) 656-4290 

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Ph.D. - Community Psychology, Georgia State University 
M.A. - Social Psychology, Florida Atlantic University 
B.A. - History, Vanderbilt University


  • Substance Abuse Prevention in Minority Populations


  • Kingree, J. & Thompson, M. (Under Revision): Fraternity membership and sexual aggression: An examination of mediators of the association. Journal of American College Health.
  • Katsiyanis, A., Thompson, M., Barrett, D., & Kingree, J. (In Press). School predictors of violent criminality in adulthood: Findings from a nationally representative longitudinal study. Remedial and Special Education.
  • Thompson, M.P., Kingree, J., Koss, M.P., Goree, J., & Rice, J. (2011). A prospective mediational model of male sexual aggression among college men. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26, 2716 - 2734.
  • Kingree, J. & Thompson, M. (2011). Post treatment participation in Alcoholics Anonymous and abstinence from alcohol and other drugs. Addictive Behaviors.36, 882 - 885.    
  •  Thompson, M.P. & Kingree, J. (2010). Sexual victimization, negative cognitions, and adjustment in college women. American Journal Health Behavior, 34, 55-59.


  • Evaluator. “Impact of Single-Sex Public Educational Environments on Mathematics and Science Classroom Environment, Student Academic Performance, and Student Self-Concept. Funded for three years (2011 – 2014) by the National Science Foundation.
  • Co-Investigator.  "Epidemiology of sexual violence: A trajectory-based approach. Funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development for three years (:2010-2013).
  • Co- Investigator.  "Developing indicators for teen dating violence" Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention through Scimetrika (2009-2010). 
  • Co-Principal Investigator. "Alcohol involved sexual victimization in college women.” Notice  has been given that this grant will be funded for two years (January, 2007 – 2009) at $220,500 by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.
  • Principal Investigator. “The Health Belief Model and AA Involvement.” Funded for three years (2002 – 2006) at $420,000 by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.


  • HLTH 202, “Introduction to Public Health”
  • HLTH 400, “Secondary Data Analysis and Dissemination”
  • HLTH 498, “Improving Population Health”
  • HLTH 490, “Research and Evaluation Strategies for Public Health”
  • HLTH 450, “Applied Health Strategies”


  • 2008 - American Academy of Health Behavior Award for Research Poster of Distinction
  • 1993 - Wade Bailey Graduate Student Award.  From the Department of Psychology, Georgia State University
  • 1993 - Graduate Student Travel Award. From the American Psychological Association.