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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Klein, L. B., Signh, Rose C. B., Kynn, J., & McClean, K. J. (2023). Disabled and/or Chronically Ill Survivors of Sexual Violence and Intimate Partner Violence. In Kattari, S. K. (Ed.), Exploring Sexuality and Disability: A Guide for Academics and Health and Human Service Professionals.
  2. Holloway, B. T., Kynn, J., & Boyke, H. (2023). For Us, By Us: Mutual Aid Efforts in Disabled Queer and Trans Communities. In S. K. Kattari (Ed.), Exploring Sexuality and Disability: A Guide for Academics and Health and Human Service Professionals.
  3. Kynn, J., Boyke, H., & Holloway B. T. (2023). We'll Make Our Own Space: Making LGBTQ+ Spaces Accessible. In S. K. Kattari (Ed.), Exploring Sexuality and Disability: A Guide for Academics and Health and Human Service Professionals.
  4. Holloway, B. T., Hostetter, C. R., Morris, K., Kynn, J., & Kilby, M. (2023). "We're all we have": Envisioning the future of mutual aid from queer and trans perspectives. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 50(1).
  5. Reid, T., Kynn, J., & McCauley, H. L. (2023). Resilience in the context of sexual violence: A scoping review. Journal of Family Violence.
  6. PettyJohn, M. E., Kynn, J., Anderson, G. K., & McCauley, H. L. (2023). Secondary institutional betrayal: Implications for observing mistreatment of sexual assault survivors. Journey of Interpersonal Violence, 38(17-18), 10127-10149.
  7. Ortega, R. M. & Quintanilla, M. (2023). Special Issue: Promoting Latinx Child Well-Being. Child Welfare, 100(4),
  8. Ortega, R. M. (2023). Reflections on Charles Garvin: my mentor, colleague and friend. Social Work with Groups.
  9. Sokol, R., Clift, J., Mitchell, L., Martinez, J., & Rusnak, C. (2023). Students' and caregivers' attitudes and preferences toward screening for social risk factors in a predominantly Latinx high school. Journal of Society for Social Work and Research.
  10. Sokol, R., Haasz, M., Zimmerman, M., Cunningham, R., & Carter, M. (2023). The association between witnessing firearm violence and firearm carriage: Results from a national study of teens. Preventive Medicine.
  11. Haasz, M., Myers, M. G., Rowhani-Rahbar, A., Zimmerman, M. A., Seewald, L., Sokol, R. L.,Cunningham, R. M., & Carter, P. M. (2023). Firearms availability among high-school age youth with recent depression or suicidality. Pediatrics.
  12. Sokol, R., & Miller, A. (2023). How to scale the integration of social care into healthcare: Ideas for research and practice. Pediatrics.
  13. Sokol, R., Lee, D., Rowhani-Rahbar, A., Pelletier, K., Zimmerman, M., & Carter, P. (2023). Associations between experiencing violence, owning a firearm for protection and firearm storage: A nationally representative analysis of US caregivers of teens. Injury Prevention.
  14. Riebschleger, J., Rosario, R., & Irish, K. (2023). The Youth Education & Support (YES) Curriculum & Program. A Classroom Model [Manual].
  15. An R., Byron C., Chen C., & Xiang X. (2023). A field test of popular chatbots’ responses to questions concerning negative body image. Health Behavior Research.
  16. Kayser J., Wang X., Wu Z., Dimoj A., & Xiang X. (2023). Layperson-facilitated internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for homebound older adults with depression: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial. JMIR Protocols.
  17. An R., Li D., & & Xiang X. (2023). Choline intake and cognitive function among US older adults. Journal of Nutrition in Gerontology and Geriatrics.
  18. Ji Y. & Xiang X. (2023). The reciprocal relationship of physical capacity and mental health: A random intercept cross-lagged panel model analysis. Journal of Gerontologic Social Work.
  19. Xiang X., Kayser J., Turner S., & Zheng C. (2023). Layperson-supported internet-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy for depression among older adults. Research on Social Work Practice.
  20. Mattison, D. (2023). Interprofessional spiritual care along the cancer trajectory. In Hedlund, S., Christ, C., Messner, C. (Eds.) Oncology and palliative social work: Psychosocial care for people coping with cancer (OPSW). New York: Oxford Press.
  21. Smith, L., Anderson, O., Ursay, P. & Mattison, D. (2023). Dipping your toes in the water: An experiential IPE strategy to recruit and engage new faculty in IPE. Journal of Allied Health, 52(3), 180-185.
  22. Yakas, L. & Lopez, N. (2023). Compulsory monogamy is disability: Connecting the disability justice and critical non-monogamy movements. In S. Kattari (Ed.), Exploring sexuality and disability: A guide for academics and health and human service professionals. Routledge.
  23. Yakas, L. (2023). “Love is Merely a Madness”: Sexuality and Madness in a Cisheteropatriarchal Culture. In S. Kattari (Ed.), Exploring sexuality and Disability: A guide for academics and health and human service professionals. Routledge.
  24. Asdigian, N. L., Tuitt, N., Mousseau, A. C., Ivanich, J. D., Schultz, K., Keane, E. M., Zacher, T.,Skinner, L., Red Willow Richards, F., Bear Robe, L., & Whitesell, N. R. (2023). Grounding evidence-based prevention within cultural context: Promising effects of substance use prevention adapted for American Indian families. Substance Use and Misuse, 58(8), 1004-1013.
  25. Schultz, K., Ivanich, J. D., Whitesell, N., & Zacher, T. (2023). Tribal Reservation Adolescent Connections Study: A study protocol using mixed methods for examining social networks and associated outcomes among American Indian youth on a Northern Plains reservation. Child Abuse and Neglect.


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