Wissenschaftliche Referentin

Prof. Dr. Lynda Sagrestano

Kontakt

Prof. Dr. Lynda Sagrestano
Lynda Sagrestano
+49 89 62306-451
Deutsches Jugendinstitut
Nockherstr. 2
81541 München

Ormerod, A.J., Parisi, T., DeBlaere, C. & Sagrestano, L.M. (2022) School climate tolerant of sexual harassment is indirectly related to academic disengagement through peer sexual harassment and feeling safe in high school girls. Journal of Social Issues, 1–20. https://doi.org/10.1111/josi.12528

 

Nuwahereza, I., Tumuhimbise, M., Sagrestano, L., Mbatide, J., Kato, D., Nyanzi, S., Katushabe, J., Baluku, G. K., Berinde, A., & Aturinda, S. (2020). Prevalence of Hyperglycemia among pregnant mothers in Isingiro District, Uganda: A call to enhance antenatal care services. Direct Research Journal of Public Health and Environmental Technology, 5, 115-120.

 

Chrisler, J. C. & Sagrestano, L. M. (2020). Reproductive health and healthcare as a human right. In Rubin, N. & Flores, R. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology and Human Rights (pp. 317-331). Cambridge University Press.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Ormerod, A., & DeBlaere, C. (2019). The impact of peer sexual harassment in school on sexual risk-taking and sexual behavior. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 43 (6), 492-499. DOI: 0165025419870292.     

                     

Sagrestano, L. M., Clay, J. Finerman, R., Madjlesi, A., Gettings, N., & Ashby, S. (2019). Access to contraception: A nonprofit’s community strategy. Women's Reproductive Health, 6(3), 166-181. DOI: 10.1080/23293691.2019.1619055.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Clay, J., & Finerman, R. (2018). Collective impact model implementation: Promise and reality. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 41(1), 87-123.

 

Sagrestano, L. M. & Finerman, R. (2018). Does the government own my body? The reproductive health of women. In J. Nadler & M. Lowery (Eds.), War on Women in the United States? Battlefields, Battles, and Skirmishes  (pp. 157-182). Santa Barbara: Praeger.

 

Finerman, R., Sanders, A., & Sagrestano, L. M. (2015). Pregnancy and birth as a medical crisis. In McHugh, M. C. & Chrisler, J. C. (Eds.), The wrong prescription for women: How medicine and media create a “need” for treatments, drugs, and surgery (pp. 17-35). Santa Barbara: Praeger.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Clay, J., Finerman, R., Gooch, J. & Rapino, M. (2013). Transportation vulnerability as a barrier to service utilization for HIV-positive individuals. AIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 26 (3), 314-319. DOI: 10.1080/09540121.2013.819403.

 

Clay, J., Sagrestano, L. M., & Finerman, R. (2012). Building relationships to strategically impact community initiatives to reduce teen pregnancy. Journal of Health and Human Services Administration, 35, 271-299.

 

Sagrestano, L. M. & Finerman, R. (2012). Pregnancy and prenatal care. In J. C. Chrisler (Ed.) Reproductive justice: A global concern (pp. 201-230). Santa Barbara: Praeger.   

 

Rao, K. P. P., Sagrestano, L. M. , & Harris, L. E. (2012). Sociodemographic and psychosocial predictors of self-injurious behaviors, suicide ideation, and suicide attempts among adolescent girls. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 43, S187.        

         

Rao, K. P. P., Sagrestano, L. M. , & Harris, L. E. (2012). Perceived control as a mediator of the effect of prior exposure to violence on delinquency, violence involvement, and substance use among adolescent girls. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 43, S187.

 

Sagrestano, L. M. (2011). Plenary on scholarship: Reflections on what it means to be an educated woman. In O’Barr, J. F. & Hardy, J. M. (Eds.), What does it mean to be an educated woman? Conversations on activism, scholarship, and pedagogy. Durham, NC: Sallie Bingham Center for Women’s History and Culture. E-book can be retrieved from: Download this file: Educated Woman Ebook for iBooks.            

                                                                           

Stockdale, M. & Sagrestano, L. M. (2011). Resources for targets of sexual harassment. In M. Paludi (Ed.) Praeger handbook on understanding and preventing workplace discrimination: Best practices for preventing and dealing with workplace discrimination (Volume 2, pp. 13-20). Santa Barbara: Praeger.

 

Stockdale, M.S., & Sagrestano, L. M. (2010). Resources for victims of sexual harassment.  In M. Paludi & F. L. Denmark (eds.), Victims of sexual assault and abuse: Resources and responses for individuals and families (Volume 2, pp. 211-240). Santa Barbara: Praeger.

 

Starks, T. J., Nadler, J. T, Sagrestano, L. M. & Sarvela, P. D. (2009).  Examining Discrepancies Among Sexual Orientation Components in a Representative Sample of Men at Risk for HIV/AIDS. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health, 13, 1-19.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Rogers, A., & Service, A. (2007). HIV/AIDS. In B. A. Boyer & I. Paharia (eds.), Comprehensive handbook of clinical health psychology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Heavey, C. L., & Christensen, A. (2006). Individual differences versus social structural approaches to explaining demand/withdraw and social influence behaviors. In K. Dindia & D. Canary (Eds.), Sex differences and similarities in communication (2nd ed., pp. 379-395). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

Stockdale, M. S., Dawson-Owens, H. L., & Sagrestano, L. M. (2005). Social, attitudinal, and demographic correlates of college-age tobacco initiation. American Journal of Health Behavior, 29, 311-323.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Rogers, A., Kittleson, M. J., & Sarvela, P. D. (2005). Examining condom efficacy as a mediator of condom stage of change and condom use among injected drug users. American Journal of Health Behavior, 29, 12-25.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Carroll, D., Rodriguez, A., & Nuwayhid, B. (2004). Demographic, psychological, and relationship factors in domestic violence during pregnancy in a sample of low-income women of color. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28, 309-322.

 

Awad, G., Sagrestano, L. M., Kittleson, M. J., & Sarvela, P. D. (2004). Development of a measure of barriers to HIV testing among individuals at high risk. AIDS Education and Prevention, 16, 115-125.

 

Sagrestano, L. M. (2004). Gender and work stress, hold the health. Review of D. N. Nelson & R. J. Burke (Eds.), Gender, Work Stress, and Health. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 28, 98-99.

 

Sagrestano, L. M. (2004). Health implications of workplace diversity. In M. S. Stockdale & F. J. Crosby (Eds.), The psychology and management of workplace diversity (pp 122-143). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.    

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Paikoff, R. L., Holmbeck, G. N., & Fendrich, M. (2003). A longitudinal examination of familial risk factors for depression among inner-city African American adolescents. Journal of Family Psychology, 17, 108-120.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Rodriguez, A., Carroll, D., Bieniarz, A., Greenberg, A., Castro, L. & Nuwayhid, B. (2002). A comparison of standardized measures of psychosocial variables with single item screening measures used in an urban obstetric clinic. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 31, 147-155.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Heiss-Wendt, R., Mizan, A., Kittleson, M. J., & Sarvela, P. D. (2001). Sources of HIV risk information for individuals at high risk. American Journal of Health Behavior, 25, 545-556.

 

Sarvela, P.D., Sagrestano, L. M., Mizan, A. N., Kittleson, M. J., & Rowald, L. A. (2001). The role of the church in the prevention of HIV/AIDS. The International Electronic Journal of Health Education, 4, 48-54.

 

Paikoff, R. L., McCormick, A., & Sagrestano, L. M. (2000). Adolescent Sexuality. In L. T. Szuchman & F. Muscarella (Eds.), Psychological perspectives on human sexuality (pp. 416-439). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Feldman, P., Killingsworth Rini, C., Woo, G., & Dunkel-Schetter, C. (1999). Ethnicity and social support during pregnancy.  American Journal of Community Psychology, 27, 869-898.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Heavey, C. L., & Christensen, A. (1999). Perceived power and violence in marital conflict. Journal of Social Issues, 55, 65-79.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., McCormick, S. H., Paikoff, R. L., & Holmbeck, G. N. (1999).  Pubertal development and parent-child conflict in low-income, urban, African-American adolescents. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 9, 85-107.

 

Rodriguez, A. C., Sagrestano, L. M., Bieniarz, A., & Nuwayhid, B. (1999). A comparison of perinatal self-administered inventory and personal interview techniques in an urban clinic. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 93, 23S-24S.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Christensen, A., & Heavey, C. L. (1998). Social influence techniques during marital conflict. Personal Relationships, 5, 77-89.

 

Sagrestano, L. M., Heavey, C. L., & Christensen, A. (1998). Theoretical approaches to understanding sex differences and similarities in conflict behavior. In D. Canary & K. Dindia (Eds.), Sex differences and similarities in communication: Critical essays and empirical investigations of sex and gender in interaction (pp.287-302). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

 

Sagrestano, L. M. & Paikoff, R. L. (1997). Preventing high risk sexual behavior, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy among adolescents. In R. P. Weissberg, T. P. Gullotta, R. L. Hampton, B. A. Ryan, & G. R. Adams (Eds.), Healthy children 2010: Enhancing children’s wellness (pp. 76-104). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

 

Dunkel-Schetter, C., Sagrestano, L. M., Feldman, P., & Killingsworth, C. (1996).  Social support and pregnancy: A comprehensive review focusing on ethnicity and culture.  In G. R. Pierce, B. R. Sarason, & I. G. Sarason (Eds.),  Handbook of social support and family relationships (pp. 375-412). New York: Plenum.

 

Whitney, K., Sagrestano, L. M., & Maslach, C.  (1994).  Establishing the social impact of individuation.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 66, 1140-1153.

 

Sagrestano, L. M.  (1993).  Review of M. Paludi, The Psychology of Women and S. Basow, Gender: Stereotypes and RolesPsychology of Women Quarterly, 17, 358-360.

 

Sagrestano, L. M.  (1992).  The use of power and influence in a gendered world.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 439-448.   

 

Sagrestano, L. M.  (1992).  Power strategies in interpersonal relationships:  The effects of expertise and gender.  Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 481-496.

 

01 May 2022 - presentSenior Researcher, Department of Youth and Youth Welfare
2021 – presentConsultant, American Society for Hematology Research Collaborative
2019 - 2021Consultant, Global Health Liaisons
2015 - 2019Senior Research Scientist, Institut für Soziologie, Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München
2006 - 2015Director, Center for Research on Women, University of Memphis, USA
2014 - 2015Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies, University of Memphis, USA
2006 - 2014Associate Professor of Psychology and Women’s Studies, University of Memphis, USA
2003 - 2006Associate Professor of Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
2003Visiting Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Toronto, Canada
1997 - 2003Assistant Professor of Psychology, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA
1995 - 1997Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA
1993 - 1995Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
1990 - 1993Ph.D., Social Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, USA
1988 - 1990M.A., Social Psychology, University of California, Berkeley, USA
1984 - 1988B.S, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA