Jaime Booth Assistant Professor



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412-624-8216
2130 Cathedral of Learning
Pittsburgh, PA 15260

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Biography

Assistant Professor Jaime Booth earned her Ph.D. in Social work from Arizona State University. Dr. Booth’s research focuses on the role of context and identity in the stress process, the impact of differential stress experiences on health disparities in minority populations and strives to identify protective factors that can be enhanced to mitigate these outcomes.

Research Interests

  • Neighborhood level processes and interventions that impact health disparities
  • The role of immigration, acculturation and identity on health outcomes
  • Spatial data analysis
  • Community-based participatory research methodologies

Selected Publications

Booth, J. M., Lin, Y.  & Kai, W. (in press). Online Social Networks, Neighborhood Disadvantage and Residents’ Distress: Harnessing Twitter Data to Examine Neighborhood Effects.  Journal of Community Psychology.

Booth, J. M., Teixeira, S., Zuberi, A., & Wallace Jr, J. M. (2018). Barrios, ghettos, and residential racial composition: Examining the racial makeup of neighborhood profiles and their relationship to self-rated health. Social science research69, 19-33.

Booth, J. M., Chapman, D., Ohmer, M. L., & Wei, K. (2018). Examining the Relationship Between Level of Participation in Community Gardens and their Multiple Functions. Journal of Community Practice, 26(1), 5-22.

Booth, J., Wei, K., & Little, A. (2017). Examining the Impact of Food Environment Changes on County-level Obesity Prevalence in the Appalachian Region. Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice10(4), 14-33.

Wei, K., & Booth, J. (2017). The Association between Neighborhood Factors and Mexican Americans' Mental Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review. J. Soc. & Soc. Welfare44, 133-159.

Urbaeva, Z., Booth, J. M., & Wei, K. (2017). The Relationship between Cultural Identification, Family Socialization and Adolescent Alcohol Use among Native American Families. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 26(10), 2681-2693.

Ohmer, M., Teixeira, S., Booth, J., Zuberi, A., & Kolke, D. (2016). Preventing violence in disadvantaged communities: Strategies for building collective efficacy and improving community health. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment. 26, 608-621.

Booth, J. M., & Jonassaint, C. (2016). The Role of Disadvantaged Neighborhood Environments in the Association of John Henryism With Hypertension and Obesity. Psychosomatic Medicine.

Booth, J. M., & Anthony, E. (2015). Examining the interaction of daily hassles across ecological domains on substance use and delinquency among low-income youth of color. The Journal of Human Behavior and the Social Environment. doi:10.1080/10911359.2015.1027026

Booth, J., M., & Anthony, E. (2015). The differential relationship between parental worry and adolescent outcomes by linguistic preference among low-Income Mexican American families. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 24, 1232-1242.

Marsiglia, F. F., & Booth, J. M. (2015). Cultural adaptation of interventions in real practice settings. Research on Social Work Practice, 25, 423-432.

Booth, J., Marsiglia, F., & Ayers, S. (2012). Perceived neighborhood safety and psychological distress: Exploring protective factors. Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare, 39, 137-156.

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