About Amie Ashcraft
Dr. Amie Ashcraft received her PhD from the Virginia Commonwealth University in experimental/social psychology. In 2006, she received her Master of Public Health in Epidemiology from the University of California.
- MPH, University of California, Berkeley, 2006
- PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2004
- MA, Virginia Commonwealth University, 2001
- BA, Shepherd University, 1999
Ashcraft, A. M., & Murray, P. J. (2017) Talking to parents about adolescent sexuality journal article in special issue of Pediatric Clinics of North America (Vol. 64, pp. 305–320). Amsterdam Netherlands: Elsevier.
Downs, J. S., Ashcraft, A. M., & Murray, P. J. (2016) Video for adolescent pregnancy prevention: promises, challenges, and future directions. journal article in American Journal of Public Health (Vol. 106, pp. 29–31). Washington, DC United States: American Public Health Association.
Farley, S. D., Ashcraft, A. M., Stasson, M. F., & Nusbaum, R. L. (2010) Nonverbal reactions to conversational interruption: a test of complementarity theory and the status/gender parallel. journal article in Journal of Nonverbal Behavior (Vol. 34, pp. 193–206). New York City, NY United States: Springer.
Boyd, K., Ashcraft, A. M., & Belgrave, F. Z. (2006) The impact of mother-daughter and father- daughter relationships on drug refusal self-efficacy among African American adolescent girls in urban communities journal article in Journal Of Black Psychology (Vol. 32, pp. 29–42). Washington, DC United States: Sage.
Dr. Ashcraft’s role in the department is to support scholarly activity among the faculty and residents. She will be helping our QI teams and specialty clinics to write up and present their data, and she is planning to begin evaluation research with the WVU STEPS Center.
Randomized Controlled Trial