- Academic School:
- Academic Department:
- PhD in Human Development and Family Studies from University of Missouri
- MA in Human Development and Family Studies from University of Missouri
- B.A. in Psychology from Stephens College
Lynette Nickleberry is an assistant professor within the School of Community and Human Services in the Department of CHild and Family Studies. She holds a BA in Psychology from Stephens College (MO) and a MA and PhD in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Missouri. Her research primarily adheres to an intersectionality perspective, which centralizes race, class, sexuality, and other identities in the construction and production of family, bodily, racial, and gender ideologies.
- Topics Taught:
- Black Masculinities
- Military Families
- Black Families: Past, Present, and Future
- African American Intimate Relationships
- Multicultural Families and Children
- Principles of Human Development
- Stress in Families
- Child Development
- Processes of Divorce
- Sociosexual Development
- Family Communication
- Research Methods
- Nickleberry, L. D. (2019). [Review of the book Middle-Aged Gay Men, Ageing and Ageism: Over the Rainbow?, by P. Simpson]. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2015. 264 Pp., $105.00 (hardcover). https://doi.org/10.1080/01924788.2019.1565045
- Nickleberry, L. D. and Coleman, M. (2012), Exploring African American Masculinities: An Integrative Model. Sociology Compass, 6: 897–907. doi: 10.1111/j.1751-9020.2012.00498.x
- Wright, A. J. & Nickleberry, L.D. (2016). Gender, Sexuality and Assessment in Adolescence. In V. M. Brabender & J. L. Mihura (Eds.), Handbook of gender and sexuality in psychological assessment. New York. NY: Routledge.
- Coleman, M. & Nickleberry, L. D. (2009). An evaluation of current remarriage and self-help literature. Family Relations, 58, 5, 549-561.
- Aruguete, M. S., Nickleberry, L. D. & Yates, A. (2004). Acculturation, body image, and eating attitudes among black and white college students. North American Journal of Psychology, 6 (3), 393-404.