A Winding Road to Peace Building - Longitudinal Outcomes of a Peace Intervention for Survivors and Génocidaires of the 1994 Genocide Against the Tutsi in Rwanda

Survivors and génocidaires in Rwanda benefited from a local intergroup contact intervention (CI). However, génocidaires and survivors they directly harmed benefited differently over 22-months. Preparing survivors and génocidaires with skills to participate in communal life is critical for CI. Highlighting both CI outcomes and trajectories are essential for program and theory development.

Resource Loss and Stress Outcomes in a Setting of Chronic Conflict

Resource loss and daily stressors can be important contributors to adverse mental health outcomes in conflict-affected groups within the DRC.

Caregiver perceptions of environment moderate relationship betweenneighborhood characteristics and language skills among youth living withperinatal HIV and uninfected youth exposed to HIV in New York City

Despite the increased recognition of how neighborhood conditions bear on cognitive andacademic outcomes, no studies have examined the influences of objective and subjectiveneighborhood indices on specific areas of cognitive functioning among youth …