Dr. Lanice R. Avery, Ph.D.
Researcher and Educator
University of Virginia
485 McCormick Road, Gilmer Hall, Room 102
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Phone: +1 (434) 982-4763
Profile Website: https://wgs.as.virginia.edu/people/profile/la4gd
American Board of Sexology (ABS) #: 22155
Board Certified Diplomate
Doctorate (PhD) in Psychology from University of Michigan
Doctorate (PhD) in Women’s Studies from University of Michigan
Master of Science (MS) in Psychology from the University of Michigan
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology and Africana Studies from San Francisco State University
Avery, L. R., and Stanton, A. G. (2020). Subverting the mandates of our methods: Tensions and considerations for incorporating reproductive justice frameworks into psychological science. Journal of Social Issues, 76, 447-455.
Stanton, A., Jerald, M. C., Ward, L. M., and Avery, L. R. (2017). Social media contributions to strong Black woman ideal endorsement and Black women’s mental health. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 41, 465-478.
Jerald, M. C., Ward, L. M., Cole, E. R, and Avery, L. R. (2017). Controlling Images: How Awareness of Group Stereotypes Affects Black Women’s Well-Being. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 64, 487-499.
Goldey, K. L., Avery, L. R., and van Anders, S. M. (2013). Sexual fantasies and gender/Sex: A multimethod approach with quantitative content analysis and hormonal responses. Journal of Sex Research, 51, 917-931.