Research interests include: the design and evaluation of health promotion programs for special populations, particularly cardiovascular and cancer prevention interventions for African Americans; understanding the relationship between ethnicity and health behaviors; school-based health promotion programs; substance use prevention and harm reduction and motivational interviewing for chronic disease prevention.
Alexander GL, McClure JB, Calvi JH, Divine GW, Stopponi MA, Rolnick SJ, Heimendinger J, Tolsma DD, Resnicow K, Campbell MK, Strecher VJ, Johnson CC; MENU Choices Team. (February, 2010). A randomized clinical trial evaluating online interventions to improve fruit and vegetable consumption. American Journal of Public Health 319-326.
Resnicow K, Zhang N, Vaughan RD, Reddy SP, James S, Murray DM. (February, 2010). When Intraclass Correlation Coefficients Go Awry: A Case Study From a School-Based Smoking Prevention Study in South Africa. American Journal of Public Health e1-e5.
Resnicow K, Strecher V, Couper M, Chua H, Little R, Nair V, Polk TA, Atienza AA (January, 2010). Methodologic and design issues in patient-centered e-health research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 98-102.
Lawman H, Wilson DK, VanHorn L, Resnicow K. (2010). The Relationship between Psychosocial Correlates and Physical Activity in Underserved Adolescent Boys versus Girls in the ACT Trial Journal of Physical Activity & Health.
Davis RE, Couper MP, Janz NK, Caldwell CH, Resnicow K. (September, 2009). Interviewer effects in public health surveys. Health Education Research 14-26.