|Title:||Professor, Clinical Psychology; Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Ph.D.|
Ph.D., 1987, DePaul University
M.A., 1985, DePaul University
B.A., Magna Cum Laude, 1982, St. Louis University
My research interests cover the following areas: human sexuality, HIV/AIDS prevention and health promotion, minority mental health, and professional practice issues. My current work focuses on the influence of racial-ethnic and sexual identity development on the psychosocial functioning of African-American gay and bisexual men, identifying risk and protective factors for sexual health, and examining the psychosocial factors associated with living with HIV/AIDS.
Hammack, P., Robinson, W.L., Crawford, I. & Li, S. (2004). Poverty and depressed mood among urban African American adolescents: A family stress perspective. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 13(3), 309-323.
Crawford, I., Hammack, P., Zamboni, B., Ostrow, D., Robinson, B., McKirnan, D., & Hope, B. (2003). Sexual sensation seeking, reduced concern about HIV, and extradyadic sexual activity among gay men in relationships. AIDS Care, 15, 513-524.
Zamboni, B., & Crawford, I. (2002). Using masturbation in sex therapy: Relationships between masturbation, sexual desire, and sexual fantasy. Journal of Psychology & Human Sexuality, 14, 123-141.
Cesario, J., & Crawford, I. (2002). The effect of homosexuality on perceptions of persuasiveness and trustworthiness. The Journal of Homosexuality, 43, 93-110.
Crawford, I., Allison, K., Zamboni, B., & Soto, T. (2002). The influence of dual identity development on the psychosocial functioning of African-American gay and bisexual men. Journal of Sex Research, 39, 179-189.
Crawford, I., & Zamboni, B. (2001). Informing the debate on homosexuality: The behavioral sciences and the church. In P. Jung (Ed.). Homosexuality and the biblical renewal of moral theology. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press.
Zamboni, B., Crawford, I., & Williams, P. (2000). Communication and assertiveness in social and sexual contexts: Implications for safer sex practices. AIDS Education and Prevention, 492-504.