Cliff Broman teaches courses in family, health and race and ethnicity. Current research interests are in the areas of substance abuse and mental health, and in racial and ethnic inequality.
Research Areas: Family, Health and Medicine
Broman, C.L., H. W. Neighbors, J. Delva, M. Torres, and J. S. Jackson. 2008. “Prevalence of DSM-IV substance use disorders among African-Americans and Caribbean Blacks in the United States.” American Journal of Public Health 98:1107-1114.
Harrell, Z.A.T, and C.L. Broman. 2009. “Racial and ethnic differences in correlates of prescription drug misuse among young adults.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 104:268-271.
Broman, C.L. 2012. “Race differences in the use of mental health services among young adults”. Psychological Services 9:38-48.
MacInnes, M. D., and C.L. Broman. 2013. “Learning disability and depression in young adulthood.” Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal 19:38-46.
Broman, C. L., P. K. Miller, and E. Jackson. 2015. “Race–Ethnicity and Prescription Drug Misuse: Does Self-esteem Matter?” Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior 3: 239.
Broman, C. L. 2016. “The availability of substances on long term substance use.” Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse 25: 487-495.