Department of Public Health Sciences
J.B. (Kip) Kingree, Ph.D.
Professor of Public Health Sciences
OFFICE PHONE: 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.
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
- 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.
SELECTED FUNDED RESEARCH:
- 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.
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
202, “Introduction to Public Health”
400, “Secondary Data Analysis and Dissemination”
498, “Improving Population Health”
490, “Research and Evaluation Strategies for Public Health”
450, “Applied Health Strategies”
HONORS & AWARDS:
- 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