Michelle Broaddus, PhD
Dr. Broaddus's interests are in HIV and STI prevention via condom promotion. Her research has been guided by the study of gender roles, how individuals negotiate condom use within relationships, and contexts of sexual risk among high-risk youth and adolescents. Current interests include the effects of gangs and gang membership on community and individual risk, and the use of social media technology (e.g., text-messaging, Social Networks sites) in sexual relationships, including condom negotiation.
PhD: Social Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder
M.A.: University of Colorado, Boulder
B.S.: Centre College
Broaddus, M.R., & Bryan, A.D. (in press). Risk-taking behavior. In Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology.
Broaddus, M.R., Morris, H., & Bryan, A.D. (2010). 'It's not what you said, it's how you said it': Perceptions of condom proposers by gender and strategy. Sex Roles, 62(9-10), 603-614. PMCID: PMC2882313
Bryan, A.D., Schmiege, S.J., & Broaddus, M.R. (2009). HIV risk reduction among detained adolescents: A randomized, controlled trial. Pediatrics, 124(6), e1180-e1188.
Schmiege, S.J., Broaddus, M.R., Levin, M., & Bryan, A.D. (2009). Theoretically-based mechanisms of an alcohol-related sexual risk reduction intervention among incarcerated adolescents. Journal of Counseling and Consulting Psychology, 77, 38-50.
Broaddus, M.R., & Bryan, A.D. (2008). Consistent condom use among juvenile detainees: The role of individual differences, social bonding, and health beliefs. AIDS and Behavior, 12, 59-67.
Bryan, A.D., Schmiege, S.J., & Broaddus, M.R. (2007). Mediational analysis in HIV/AIDS research: Estimating multivariate path analytic models in a structural equation modeling framework. AIDS and Behavior, 11, 365-383.
Bryan, A.D., Kagee, A., & Broaddus, M.R. (2006). Condom use among South African adolescents: Developing and testing theoretical models of intentions and behavior. AIDS and Behavior, 10, 387-397.
Hamilton, M.C., Anderson, D., Broaddus, M.R., & Young, K. (2006). Gender stereotyping and under-representation of female characters in 200 popular children's picture books: A twenty first century update. Sex Roles, 55, 757-765.