Hollier, C., Franco, M., Jones, M., Woodson, K. (2020). The role of skin tone dissatisfaction,body shape dissatifaction, and disordered eating among Black undergraduate and graduate women.. Colorism: Investigating a global phenomenon.
Hankerson, S. H., Svob, C., Jones, M. (2018). Partnering With Black Churches to Increase Access to Care. Other. 69(2), 125-125.
Jones, M., Harris, K. J., Reynolds, A. A. (2021). In Their Own Words: The Meaning of the Strong Black Woman Schema among Black US College Women. Other. 84(5-6), 347-359.
Leath, S., Jones, M., Jerald, M. C., Perkins, T. R. (2020). An investigation of Jezebel stereotype awareness, gendered racial identity and sexual beliefs and behaviours among Black adult women. Other.
Davis, S. M., Jones, M. (2020). Black Women at War: A Comprehensive Framework for Research on the Strong Black Woman. Other.
Pritchett-Johnson, B., Jones, M. (2020). Future 4 Teens: A Community-Based Therapeutic Model for African American Youth. Journal for Specialists in Group Work. 45(3), 226-241.
Settles, I. H., Warner, L. R., Buchanan, N. T., Jones, M. (2020). Understanding psychology's resistance to intersectionality theory using a framework of epistemic exclusion and invisibility. Journal of Social Issues. 76(4), 796-813.
Jones, M., Pritchett-Johnson, B. (2018). "Invincible Black Women": Group Therapy for Black College Women. Journal for Specialists in Group Work. 43(4), 349-375.
Jones, M., Buque, M., Miville, M. L. (2018). African American Gender Roles: A Content Analysis of Empirical Research From 1981 to 2017. Other. 44(5), 450-486.
Jones, M., Day, S. X. (2018). An Exploration of Black Women's Gendered Racial Identity Using a Multidimensional and Intersectional Approach. Other. 79(1-2), 1-15.
Jones, M., Sam, T. S. (2018). Cultural Connections: An Ethnocultural Counseling Intervention for Black Women in College. Journal of College Counseling. 21(1), 73-86.
Jones, M., Pritchett-Johnson, B. (2018). “Invincible Black Women”: Group Therapy for Black College Women. The Journal for Specialists in Group Work. 43(4), 349--375. Routledge.
Olvera, N., McCarley, K., Matthews-Ewald, M. R., Fisher, F., Jones, M., Flynn, E. G. (2017). Pathways for Disordered Eating Behaviors in Minority Girls: The Role of Adiposity, Peer Weight-Related Teasing, and Desire to Be Thinner. Journal of Early Adolescence. 37(3), 367-386.
Lee, K. M., Jones, M., Day, S. X. (2017). The impact of academic competency teasing and self-concept on academic and psychological outcomes among gifted high school students. Learning and Individual Differences. 56, 151-158.
Ramos, K., Jones, M., Shellman, A. B., Dao, T. K., Szeto, K. (2016). Reliability and Validity of the Vietnamese Depression Interview (VDI). Other. 18(4), 799-809.
Cokley, K., McClain, S., Jones, M., Johnson, S. (2012). A preliminary investigation of academic disidentification, racial identity, and academic achievement among African American adolescents. Other. 95(2), 54--68. The University of North Carolina Press.