Published Works

Armstrong, T. D. (2016).  African-American congregational care and counseling: Transcending universal and culturally-specific barriers.  Journal of Pastoral Care and Counseling, 70(2),118-122.

Armstrong, T. D. (2009). African and African-American traditions in America.  In Lucy Bregman, ed., Religion, Death, and Dying, Vol. 3: Bereavement and Death Rituals. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger Perspectives.

Armstrong, T. D. (2009).  Practicing compassion for dying children.  In J. Swinton and R. Payne (Eds.), Attending to God in Life and Death: Christian Practices for End of Life Care.Grand Rapids: Eerdmans.

Armstrong, T. D., & Costello, E. J.  (2003).  Community studies on adolescent substance use, abuse, or dependence and psychiatric comorbidity.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 70, 1224-1239.

Armstrong, T. D., & Crowther, M. R. (2002).  Spirituality among older African Americans.  Journal of Adult Development, 9, 3-12.

Armstrong, T. D., Crum, L., Rieger, R. H., Bennett, T. A., & Edwards, L. J.   (1999). Attitudes of African Americans toward participation in medical research.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 29, 552-574.

Armstrong, T. D. (1996).  Exploring spirituality: The development of the Armstrong Measure of Spirituality.  In  R. L. Jones (Ed.),  Handbook of Tests and Measurements for Black Populations, (Vol. 2, pp.105-115).  Hampton, VA: Cobb & Henry Publishers.

Berkel, L.A., Armstrong, T. D., & Cokley, K. O. (2004).  Similarities and differences between religiosity and spirituality in African American college students: A preliminary investigation. Counseling & Values, 49, 2-26.

Chung, T., Martin, C. S., Armstrong, T. D., & Labouvie, E. W. (2002).  Prevalence of DSM-IV alcohol diagnoses and symptoms in adolescent community and clinical samples.  Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 41, 546-554.

Crowther, M. R., Green, B. L., & Armstrong, T. D. (2004).  African Americans, spirituality, and health: The impact on beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors.  In I. L. Livingston (Ed.), Praeger Handbook of Black American Health: Policies and Issues Behind Disparities in Health, 2nd edition, (Vol. 2, pp. 554-565).  Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group.

Dew, R.E., Daniel, S.S., Armstrong, T.D., Goldston, D.B., Triplett, M.F., & Koenig, H.G. (2008).Religion/spirituality and adolescent psychiatric symptoms: A review.   In Child Psychiatry and Human Development.  Published online Jan 25, 2008.

Hanson, L.C., Armstrong, T. D., Green, M. A., Peacock, S., Elliot-Bynum, S., Goldmon, M.V., Corbie-Smith, G., Earp, J.A. (2013).  Circles of Care: Development and initial evaluation of a peer support model for African Americans with advanced cancer.  Health Education and Behavior. 40(5), 536-543.

Knotts, R. S., Finn, W. F., & Armstrong, T. D. (1995).  Psychosocial issues affecting kidney donation and transplantation.  Perspectives, 15, 11-23.

Roberts-Lewis, A. C., & Armstrong, T. D. (2010).  Moving the church to social action.  Social Work & Christianity, 37(2), 115-127.

Sackreiter, A., & Armstrong, T. D. (2010). Radical hospitality: Welcoming the homeless stranger.  Social Work & Christianity, 37(2), 204-228.

Green, M.A., Lucas J. Hanson, L.C., Armstrong, T., Hayes, M., Peacock, S., Elliott-Bynum, S., Goldmon, M., Corbie-Smith G.  Carrying the burden during cancer: perspectives of African American pastors on peer support. Religion and Health, 2013.