N. Andrew Peterson
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Validation of a brief sense of community scale: Confirmation of the principal theory of sense of community
NA Peterson, PW Speer, DW McMillan
Journal of community psychology 36 (1), 61-73, 2008
Beyond the individual: Toward a nomological network of organizational empowerment
NA Peterson, MA Zimmerman
American journal of community psychology 34 (1-2), 129-145, 2004
School engagement among Latino youth in an urban middle school context: Valuing the role of social support
P Garcia-Reid, RJ Reid, NA Peterson
Education and urban society 37 (3), 257-275, 2005
Psychometric properties of an empowerment scale: Testing cognitive, emotional, and behavioral domains
PW Speer, NA Peterson
Social work research 24 (2), 109-118, 2000
Sense of community in community organizations: Structure and evidence of validity
J Hughey, PW Speer, NA Peterson
Journal of community psychology 27 (1), 97-113, 1999
The role of empowerment in youth development: A study of sociopolitical control as mediator of ecological systems’ influence on developmental outcomes
BD Christens, NA Peterson
Journal of youth and adolescence 41 (5), 623-635, 2012
The relationship between social cohesion and empowerment: Support and new implications for theory
PW Speer, CB Jackson, NA Peterson
Health education & behavior 28 (6), 716-732, 2001
Empowerment theory: Clarifying the nature of higher-order multidimensional constructs
NA Peterson
American journal of community psychology 53 (1), 96-108, 2014
Paths to psychological empowerment in an urban community: Sense of community and citizen participation in substance abuse prevention activities
NA Peterson, RJ Reid
Journal of Community Psychology 31 (1), 25-38, 2003
Cognitive interviewing for item development: Validity evidence based on content and response processes
CH Peterson, NA Peterson, KG Powell
Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development 50 (4), 217-223, 2017
Community participation and psychological empowerment: Testing reciprocal causality using a cross-lagged panel design and latent constructs
BD Christens, NA Peterson, PW Speer
Health Education & Behavior 38 (4), 339-347, 2011
Measuring the intrapersonal component of psychological empowerment: Confirmatory factor analysis of the sociopolitical control scale
NA Peterson, JB Lowe, J Hughey, RJ Reid, MA Zimmerman, PW Speer
American journal of community psychology 38 (3), 287-297, 2006
Measuring sense of community: A methodological interpretation of the factor structure debate
NA Peterson, PW Speer, J Hughey
Journal of Community Psychology 34 (4), 453-469, 2006
Measuring youth empowerment: Validation of a sociopolitical control scale for youth in an urban community context
NA Peterson, CH Peterson, L Agre, BD Christens, CM Morton
Journal of Community Psychology 39 (5), 592-605, 2011
The influence of participation, gender and organizational sense of community on psychological empowerment: The moderating effects of income
PW Speer, NA Peterson, TL Armstead, CT Allen
American journal of community psychology 51 (1), 103-113, 2013
Linking social cohesion and gender to intrapersonal and interactional empowerment: Support and new implications for theory
NA Peterson, JB Lowe, ML Aquilino, JE Schneider
Journal of community psychology 33 (2), 233-244, 2005
Tobacco outlet density and demographics: analysing the relationships with a spatial regression approach
D Yu, NA Peterson, MA Sheffer, RJ Reid, JE Schnieder
Public health 124 (7), 412-416, 2010
Social cohesion and intrapersonal empowerment: gender as moderator
NA Peterson, J Hughey
Health education research 19 (5), 533-542, 2004
Tobacco outlet density and demographics at the tract level of analysis in Iowa: implications for environmentally based prevention initiatives
JE Schneider, RJ Reid, NA Peterson, JB Lowe, J Hughey
Prevention Science 6 (4), 319-325, 2005
Empowerment and sense of community: Clarifying their relationship in community organizations
J Hughey, NA Peterson, JB Lowe, F Oprescu
Health Education & Behavior 35 (5), 651-663, 2008
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