Chakema Carmack

Assistant Professor
Department of Psychological, Health, & Learning Sciences
Chakema Carmack
Research Interests
Dr. Chakema Carmack contributes to the field of prevention science through teaching, community involvement, and personally meaningful research. Her research interests involve reducing HIV and other STIs incidence in African American and Hispanic communities focusing on the use of health behavior theory and research to create, tailor, and evaluate behavioral STI risk-reduction programs that reflect unique cultural needs. Other areas of Dr. Carmack's research involve the use of complex adaptive systems methodology and latent variable modeling to explore associations between psychosocial cognitions and sexual risk behavior.


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