Grace Gowdy
Grace Gowdy
North Carolina A&T State University
Verified email at uncg.edu
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“I'm Having a Little Struggle With This, Can You Help Me Out?”: Examining Impacts and Processes of a Social Capital Intervention for First‐Generation College Students
SEO Schwartz, SS Kanchewa, JE Rhodes, G Gowdy, AM Stark, JP Horn, ...
American Journal of Community Psychology 61 (1-2), 166-178, 2018
892018
Does parent–child interaction therapy reduce future physical abuse? A meta-analysis
SC Kennedy, JS Kim, SJ Tripodi, SM Brown, G Gowdy
Research on social work practice 26 (2), 147-156, 2016
732016
Mentoring in the social context: Mentors' experiences with mentees' peers in a site-based program
J Pryce, S Giovannetti, R Spencer, LC Elledge, G Gowdy, ML Whitley, ...
Children and Youth Services Review 56, 185-192, 2015
312015
“Who knows me the best and can encourage me the most?”: Matching and early relationship development in youth-initiated mentoring relationships with system-involved youth
R Spencer, G Gowdy, AL Drew, JE Rhodes
Journal of Adolescent Research 34 (1), 3-29, 2019
282019
“A positive guiding hand”: A qualitative examination of youth-initiated mentoring and the promotion of interdependence among foster care youth
R Spencer, AL Drew, G Gowdy, JP Horn
Children and Youth Services Review 93, 41-50, 2018
172018
It takes a village to break up a match: A systemic analysis of formal youth mentoring relationship endings
R Spencer, G Gowdy, AL Drew, MJ McCormack, TE Keller
Child & Youth Care Forum 49 (1), 97-120, 2020
82020
Expanding and deepening our understanding of which young people are most likely to have an informal mentor
G Gowdy, DP Miller, R Spencer
Children and Youth Services Review 108, 104490, 2020
32020
Helping Those Who Need It the Least: A Counterfactual and Comparative Analysis of Whether Informal Mentoring Promotes Economic Upward Mobility for Low-and Middle-Income Youth
G Gowdy, DP Miller, R Spencer
Youth & Society, 0044118X20959241, 2020
12020
It’s Who You Know That Matters: Identifying Which Type of Informal Mentor Is Most Likely to Promote Economic Mobility for Vulnerable Youth
G Gowdy, R Spencer
The Journal of Primary Prevention, 1-22, 2021
2021
Informal mentoring among foster youth entering higher education
G Gowdy, S Hogan
Children and Youth Services Review 120, 105716, 2021
2021
Web-Based Training for School-Based Mentors of Military-Connected Youth: A Multi-Phase Development Study
R Spencer, G Gowdy, C Herrera, J Heubach, AS Slep, TA Cavell
The Journal of Primary Prevention 41 (6), 567-583, 2020
2020
Does informal mentoring contribute to upward mobility for low-income adolescents? A mixed-methods multi-stage study
GM Gowdy
2019
Does Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Reduce Future Physical Abuse?
G Gowdy, JS Kim, S Kennedy, S Brown, S Tripodi
Research on Social Work Practice, 2016
2016
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