Maurice Y. Mongkuo and Sabine Quantrell, “The Influence of Excessive Alcohol Consumption, Gender, Age, Enrollment Status And Academic Class on Risky Sexual Behavior Among Predominantly Black College Students”, Journal of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Vol. 1, No 4, (2015) 144-152, http://www.aiscience.org/
Maurice Y. Mongkuo, “Antecedents of HIV Prevention Behavior among Historically Black College Students“, Journal of AIDS Clinical Research, Vol 5, issue 11. (2015) http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/
Maurice Y. Mongkuo, Nicole Lucas, Kelli Walsh, Chris Ike. “Assessing the influence of past exposure to violence, Knowledge and personal motivation on HIV prevention behavior among Historically Black College students.” British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Vol. 4(1): 572-589 (2014).
Maurice Y. Mongkuo, Nicole Lucas, Kelli Walsh. “Initial Validation of Collegiate Learning Performance Diagnostic Instrument for Historically Black Colleges and Universities.” British Journal of Education, Society, and Behavioral Research, Vol. 3(3): 282-299 (2013).
Mongkuo, Maurice, “The Impact of Exposure to Violent Living Condition, Knowledge, and Personal Motivation on HIV Prevention Behavior Among Historically Black College Students” (2013). Government and History Faculty Working Papers. Paper 16.http://digitalcommons.uncfsu.
Nicole Lucas, Maurice Y. Mongkuo, Angela Taylor. “Testing the factorial invariance of the HIV Prevention Behavior Scale across lower class and upper class Historically Black College students”. IOSR Journal of Pharmacy Vol. 2(4) pp. 59-66 (July 2012)
Maurice Y. Mongkuo, Rollinda Thomas, Nicole Lucas, Angela Taylor. “Development and Validation of HIV Prevention Scale , Journal of AIDS and HIV Research, Vol. 4(6), pp. 165-174 (June 2012)
Maurice Y. Mongkuo, Nicole Lucas, Angela Taylor. “The effects of motivation and knowledge on HIV prevention behavior among historically black college students: An application of the Information-Motivation-
Maurice Y. Mongkuo, Richard J. Mushi, & Rollinda Thomas “Perception and Socio-cognitive Determinants of HIV/AIDS among Students attending a Historically Black College and University in the United States of America”, Journal of AIDS and HIV Research, Volume 2(2), pp.032-047 (March 2010).