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School of Social Work Research Publications for Lynn Videka

  1. Videka, L., Ohta, B., Blackburn, A. M., Luce, V., & Morton, P. (2017). Integrated health care roles for social workers. In V. Stanhope and S. L. A. Straussner (Eds.), Social Work and Integrated Care. New York: Oxford University Press.
  2. Videka, L. (2016). Social work. In A. Moroz, S. R. Flanagan, & H. Zaretsky (Eds.) Medical Aspects of Disability, (5th ed.). New York: Springer Publishers.
  3. *Rajendran, K., Smith, B. D., & Videka, L. (2015). Association with Caregiver social support, permanency, and well-being of children in child welfare. Children and Youth Services Review, 48(january), 150-158.
  4. Stanhope, V., Videka, L., Thorning, H., & McKay, M. (2015). Moving toward integrated health: An opportunity for social work. Social Work in Health Care, 54(5), 383-407.
  5. Corrigan, M. J., Videka, L., Loneck, B., Newman, L. J., & Rajendran, K. (2014). Characteristics of student assistance and prevention counseling programs in response to environmental impacts. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 23(6), 5407-413.
  6. Videka, L., Gopalan, G., & Bauta, B. (2013). Child abuse and neglect. In A. Gitterman (Ed.), Handbook of Social Work Practice with Vulnerable and Resilient Populations (3rd ed.). Columbia University Press.
  7. Videka, L., & Goldstein, E., Guest Editors. (2012). Clinical Social Work Journal: Special Issue on Fifty Years and the Future of Agency-based Clinical Social Work Practice, 40(2).
  8. Videka, L. (2012). Child welfare in the United States. In K. Q. Han, C. C. Huang, X. Zeng, & R. L. Edwards (Eds.), Comparison of Social Welfare 12-23. Shandong People's Publishing House.
  9. Anastas, J. & Videka, L. (2012). Does social work need a "practice doctorate"? Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), 268-276.
  10. Videka. L. & Goldstein, E. (2012). 50 years and the future of agency-based clinical social work practice: Introduction to the special issue. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2).
  11. Corrigan, M. J., Newman, L. J., Videka, L., Loneck, B., & Rajendran, K. (2011). Characteristics of students and services in New York State student assistance and prevention counseling programs. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 20(2), 155-165.
  12. Claiborne, N., Videka, L., Postiglione, P., Finkelstein, A., McDonnell, P., & Krause, R. D. (2010). Alcohol screening, evaluation, and referral for veterans. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 10(3), 308-326.
  13. Videka, L. & Blackburn, J. (2010). The intellectual legacy of William J. Reid. In A. E. Fortune (Ed.) Advancing Practice Research in Social Work For the 21st Century 183-194. Columbia University Press.
  14. Corrigan, M. J., Loneck, B., Videka, L., Newman, L. J., & Rajendran, K. (2009). Characteristics of prevention services and prevention counseling programs in New York State. The Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 18(2), 117-130.
  15. Corrigan, M. J., Newman, L. J., Videka, L., & Loneck, B. (2009). Field study of New York State student assistance and prevention counseling programs. Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions, 9(4), 366-380.
  16. Videka, L. (2008). Parenting practices. In J. Edelson & C. Renzetti (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Sage Publications.
  17. Videka, L. (2008). Child neglect. In J. Edelson & C. Renzetti (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Violence. Sage Publications.
  18. Videka, L., Blackburn, J., & Moran, J. (2008). Building research infrastructure in schools of social work: A university perspective. Social Work Research, 32(4), 294-301.
  19. Corrigan, M. J., Loneck, B., Videka, L., & Brown, M. C. (2007). Moving the risk and protective factor framework toward individualized assessment in adolescent substance abuse prevention. The Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 16(3), 17-35.
  20. Radjendran, K. & Videka, L. (2006). Relational and academic components of resilience in maltreated adolescents. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1094, 345-350.
  21. Videka, L., Loneck, B., Newman, L., Corrigan, M., & Rajendran, K. (2005). A Study of Counseling Services in New York Schools: Final Report.
  22. Videka, L. (2004). Accounting for variability in client, population and setting characteristics: moderators of intervention characteristic. In. E. Proctor & A. Rosen, (Eds.), Evidence Based Practice and Practice Guidelines for Social Work. Columbia University Press.
  23. Videka-Sherman, L. & Mancini, M. (2001). Child abuse and neglect. In A. Gitterman (Ed.), Handbook of Social Work Practice with Vulnerable and Resilient Populations (2nd ed.). Columbia University Press.
  24. Videka-Sherman, L., Carlson, B. & Ballantine, M. (1998). Evaluation of the New York State Child Advocacy Resource and Consultation Center. Report to the New York State Department of Social Services.
  25. Videka-Sherman, L. (1998). Should two years of practice experience be essential to teach required practice courses? No! Journal of Social Work Education, 34(3), 334-341.

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