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School of Social Work Research Publications for Matthew J. Smith

  1. Smith, M. J., Parham, B., Mitchell, J., Blajeski, S., Harrington, M., Ross, B., Brydon, D. M., Johnson, J. E., Cuddeback, G., Smith, J. D., Bell, M. D., McGeorge, R., Kaminsky, K., Suganuma, A., & Kubiak, S. P. (2022). Virtual reality job interview training for adults receiving prison-based employment services: A randomized controlled feasibility and initial effectiveness trial. Criminal Justice and Behavior.
  2. Smith, M. J., Smith, J. D., Blajeski, S., Ross, B., Jordan, N., Bell, M. D., McGurk, S., Mueser, K. T., Burke-Miller, J., Oulvey, E. A., Fleming, M. F., Nelson, K., Brown, A., Prestipino, J., Pashka, N., & Razzano, L. A. (2022). An RCT of virtual reality job interview training for persons with serious mental illness in IPS supported employment. Psychiatric Services.
  3. Bornheimer, L. A., Cobia, D. J., Li Verdugo, J., Holzworth, J. & Smith M. J. (2022). Clinical insight and cognitive functioning as mediators in the relationships between symptoms of psychosis, depression, and suicide ideation in first-episode psychosis. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 147, 85-93.
  4. Cobia, D., Rich, C., Smith, M. J., Gonzalez, P., Cronenwett, W., Csernansky, J. G., & Wang, L. (2022). Thalamic shape abnormalities differentially relate to cognitive performance in early-onset and adult-onset schizophrenia. Frontiers in Psychiatry.
  5. Alden, E. C., Smith, M. J., Reilly, J. L., Wang, L., Csernansky, J. G., & Cobia, D. J. (2022). Shape features of working memory-related deep-brain regions differentiate high and low community functioning in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Research: Cognition, 29, 100250.
  6. Smith, M. J., Sherwood, K., Ross, B., Oulvey, E., Monahan, J., Sipovic, J., Atkins, M., Danielson, E., Jordan, N., & Smith, J. D. (2022). Scaling out virtual interview training for transition age youth: A quasi-experimental hybrid effectiveness-implementation trial. Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals.
  7. Karpouzian-Rogers, T., Cobia, D., Petersen, J., Wang, L., Mittal, V. A., Csernansky, J. G., & Smith, M. J. (2021). Cognitive empathy and longitudinal changes in temporo-parietal junction thickness in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 12, 687.
  8. Genova, H., Lancaster, K., Morecraft, J., Haas, M., Edwards, A., DiBenedetto, M., Krch, D., DeLuca, J., & Smith, M. J. (2021). A pilot RCT of virtual reality job interview training in transition-age youth with autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 89, 101878.
  9. Cobia, D. J., Rich, C., Smith, M. J., Mamah, D., Barch, D. M., Csernansky, J. G. & Wang, L. (2021). Basal ganglia shape features in schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, 317, 111352.
  10. Williams, E., Smith, M. J., Sherwood, K., Lovelace, T., & Bishop, L. (2021). Brief report: Initial evidence of depressive symptom disparities among Black and White transition age autistic youth. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
  11. Bornheimer, L. A., Wojtalik, J., Li, J, Cobia, D., & Smith, M. J. (2021). Suicidal ideation in first-episode psychosis: Considerations for depression, positive symptoms, clinical insight, and cognition. Schizophrenia Research, 228, 298-304.
  12. Ustel, K. P., Smith, M. J., Blajeski, S., Johnson, J. M., Butler, V. G., Nicolia-Adkins, J., Ortquist, M. J., Razzano, L. A., & Lapidos, A. (2021). Acceptability and feasibility of peer specialist-delivered virtual reality job interview training for individuals with serious mental illness: a qualitative study. Journal of Technology in Human Services.
  13. Smith, M. J., Sherwood, K., Ross, B., Smith, J. D., DaWalt, L., Bishop, L., Humm, L., Elkins, J., & Steacy, C. (2021). Virtual interview training for autistic transition age youth: A randomized controlled feasibility and effectiveness trial. Autism, 25(6), 1536-1552.
  14. Smith, M. J., Bornheimer, L. A., Li, J., Blajeski, S., Hiltz, B., Fischer, D. J., Check, K., & Ruffolo, M. (2021). Computerized clinical training simulations with virtual clients abusing alcohol: Initial feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness. Clinical Social Work Journal, 49, 184-196.
  15. Smith, M. J., Smith, J. D., Jordan, N., Sherwood, K., McRobert, E., Ross, B., Oulvey, E. A., & Atkins, M. S. (2021). Virtual reality job interview training in transition services: Results of a single-arm non-controlled effectiveness-implementation hybrid trial. Journal of Special Education Technology, 36(1), 3-17.
  16. Smith, M. J., Sherwood, K., Blajeski, S., Ross, B., Smith, J. D., Jordan, N., Dawalt, L., Bishop, L., & Atkins, M. S. (2021). Job interview and vocational outcomes among transition-age youth receiving special education pre-employment transition services. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
  17. Smith, M. J., Mitchell, J., Blajeski, S., Parham, B., Harrington, M., Ross, B., Sinco, B., Brydon, D. M., Johnson, J. E., Cuddeback, G. S., Smith, J. D., Jordan, N., Bell, M. D., McGeorge, R., Kaminski, K., Suganuma, A., & Kubiak, S. (2020). Enhancing vocational training in corrections: A type 1 hybrid randomized controlled trial to evaluate virtual reality job interview training among returning citizens preparing for community re-entry. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications.
  18. Smith, M. J., Pinto, R. M., Dawalt, L., Smith, J. D., Sherwood, K., Miles, R., Taylor, J., Hume, K., Dawkins, T., Baker-Ericzén, M., Frazier, T., Humm, L. & Steacy, C. (2020). Using community-engaged methods to adapt virtual reality job-interview training for transition-age youth on the autism spectrum. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 71, 101498.
  19. Smith, M. J., Graham, A. K., Sax, R. M., Spencer, E., Razzano, L. A., Smith, J. D., & Jordan, N. (2020). Costs of preparing to implement a virtual reality job interview training program in a community mental health agency: A budget impact analysis. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice, 26, 1188-1195.
  20. Bell, M. D., & Smith, M. J. (2019). Virtual reality training in job interviewing for people with mental health disorders or disabilities. In D. Faust, K. Faust, & N. Potenza (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Digital Technologies and Mental Health. NYC, NY: Oxford University Press.
  21. Lapidos, A., Jester, J., Ortquist, M., Werner, P., Ruffalo, M., & Smith, M. J. (2019). Survey of peer support specialists: professional activities, self-rated skills, job satisfaction, and financial wellbeing. Psychiatric Services, 69, 1264-1267.
  22. Bishop-Fitzpatrick, L., Dababnah, S., Baker-Ericzen, M. J., Smith, M. J., & Magaña, S. M. (2019). Autism spectrum disorder and the science of social work: a grand challenge for social work research. Social Work in Mental Health, 17, 73-92.
  23. Smith, M. J., Smith, J. D., Fleming, M. F., Jordan, N., Oulvey, E. A., Bell, M. D., Mueser, K. T., McGurk, S. R., Spencer, E., Mailey, K., & Razzano, L. A. (2019). Enhancing individual placement and support (IPS) - Supported employment: A Type 1 hybrid design randomized controlled trial to evaluate virtual reality job interview training among adults with severe mental illness. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 77, 86-97.
  24. Lapidos, A., Jester, J., Ortquist, M., Wener, P., Ruffolo. M., & Smith, M. (2018). Survey of peer support specialists: Professional activities, self-rated skills, job satisfaction, and financial well-being. Psychiatric Services, 69(12), 1264-1267.
  25. Levar, N., Francis, A. N., Smith, M. J., & Gilman, J. M. (2018). Verbal memory performance and reduced cortical thickness of brain regions along the uncinate fasciculus in young adult cannabis users. Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, 3(1), 56-65.

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