• Carter, Terrolyn P. (in press) Educational Aspirations and Expectations: Perspectives from Black Emerging Adults. Journal of Adolescent Research
  • Carter, Terrolyn P., Eric Jones, Stephen Sills, Robert Davis, Spoma Jovanovic & Arthur Murphy. 2011.Social Capital and the Experience of Prejudice, Aggression, and Discrimination among Immigrants, U.S. Born Minorities and Whites in Greensboro, NC. Sociation Today, 9(2),
  • Carter, Terrolyn P. 2009. Predicting Civic and Political Engagement: Family Socialization and Age-Group Differences. Sociation Today,7(2).
  •  Taylor, Orlando L. & Terrolyn P. Carter, 2006. Future Faculty for the Nation’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Challenges and a Model for Intervention. In F. Hale (Ed), How             Black Colleges Empower Black Students (pp.129 -141). Sterling: Stylus Publishing.
  • Taylor, Orlando L. & Terrolyn P. Carter. 2005. High attrition in doctoral education: Is it inevitable? In J. E. Miller & J. E. Groccia (Eds.), Enhancing productivity in higher education (pp. 206 – 215). Bolton: Anker Publishing.
  • Carter, Terrolyn P. 2003. Enduring the Race: A Diary of My Graduate Years. In A. Green & L. Scott (Eds.), Journey to the Ph.D.: African American Doctoral Students Speak on Higher Education (pp. 137 – 149). Sterling: Stylus Publishing.
  • DeHoog, Ruth., Robert Davis, Terrolyn P. Carter, Eric Jones, Spoma Jovanovic, Arthur Murphy & Stephen Sills. 2008. A Strategic Study of the State of Human Relations in Greensboro:Uncovering Institutional Discrimination to Promote Equal Opportunity. Report submitted to the City of Greensboro Human Relations Department, Greensboro, NC: University of North Carolina at Greensboro.