University of Illinois at Chicago
Department of Psychiatry
Institute for Juvenile Research
1747 W. Roosevelt Road, (M/C 747)
Chicago, IL 60608
Office Phone: (312) 413-1371
Office Fax: (312) 413-1036
Brian Roland, 312-355-5002, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abdul-Adil, J. & Tolan, P.H. (in press). Prevention programs, youth violence. Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Abdul-Adil, J. & Tolan, P.H. (in press). Youth violence. Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Abdul-Adil, J., Tolan, P. & Guerra, N. (in press). The cognitive-ecological model: Paradigm and promise for the future.In M. Mayer, R. Van Acker, J. Lochman & F. Gresham (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral interventions for emotional and behavioral disorders: School-based practice. New York, N.Y.: Guilford Press.
Atkins, M., Frazier, S., Leathers, S., Graczyk, P., Talbott, E., Jakobsons, L., Abdul-Adil, J., Marinez, Lora, A., Demirtas, H., Gibbons, R. & Bell, C. (in press). Teacher key opinion leaders and mental health consultation in urban low-income schools. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Frazier, S., Abdul-Adil, J., Atkins, M., Gathright, T. & Jackson, M. (2007). Can't have one without the other: Mental health providers and community parents reducing barriers to services for families in urban poverty. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(4), 435-446.
Abdul-Adil, J. (2006). Rap Music and urban rhapsody: Violence prevention for inner city African-American male adolescents. Online Journal of Urban Youth Culture.
Abdul-Adil, J. & Farmer, A.D., Jr. (2006). Inner-city African-American parental involvement in elementary schools: Getting beyond urban legends of apathy. School Psychology Quarterly, 21(1), 1-12.
Keys, C., McMahon, S., Sanchez, B., London, L. & Abdul-Adil, J. (2004). "Culturally-anchored research: Quandaries, guidelines, and exemplars for community psychology." In L.A. Jason, C.B. Keys, Y. Suarez-Balcazar, R.R. Taylor, M. Davis, J. Durlak & D. Isenberg (Eds.), Participatory Community Research: Theories and Methods in Action (pp. 177-198). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
Watts, R.J., Abdul-Adil, J. & Pratt, T. (2002). Sociopolitical and civic development in young African-American men: A psychoeducational approach. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 3(1), pp. 41-50.
IJR Faculty Member
Jaleel K. Abdul-Adil, PhD
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry
Associate Director of the Disruptive Behavior Clinic
Dr. Abdul-Adila's career interest is culturally-sensitive, evidence-based practices for low-income urban youth and families in both university-based clinics and community-based settings.
His current research focuses on family-oriented outpatient interventions for youth with conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, and co-morbid conditions (including post-traumatic stress from community violence).
Dr. Abdul-Adil also consults with local schools and community mental health agencies to establish research-based protocols for assessment and treatment of disruptive behavior disorders and other mental health problems.
In addition, Dr. Abdul-Adil is a nationally-renowned expert on the use of modern Rap music and Hip-Hop media to enrich psychosocial and educational programs for urban youth.
Evidence-based practice for families of urban youth with externalizing behaviors and comorbid conditions
- Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (Division 53) of the American Psychological Association
- Society for Prevention Research
- Society for Research on Adolescence
- Society for Community Research and Action "Division of Community Psychology (Division 27) of the American Psychological Association"
Disruptive Behavior Clinic outpatient research, collaborative interventions with urban schools, Urban Youth Trauma Center and community mental health clinics