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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Bechtel, T. (2022). A good story: Meat eating for Christians. In I. Markham (Ed.), Thinking Creatively. Wiley.
  2. Wang, K., Zhang, A, Cuevas, A. G., De Fries, C. M., Hinton, L., & Falcón, L. M. (2021). The association between post-traumatic stress and depressive symptoms among older Puerto Ricans in Boston: How does loneliness matter? Journal of Aging and Health.
  3. Wang, K., Zhang, A., De Fries, C. M., & Hasche, L. K. (2021). Education moderates the association between depressive symptoms and self-rated health among older adults with cancer. Health and Social Work, 28(5), 4042-4052.
  4. Zhang, A., Wang, K., & DuVall, A. (2021). Examining the pathoplastic moderating role of education on the association between depressive mood and self-rated health among cancer survivors: A population-based study. Current Oncology, 28(5), 4042-4052.
  5. Sanga, N., Gonzalez Benson, O. & Lakshmi, J. (2021). When top-down processes derail bottom-up objectives: A study of community participation in ‘slum-free city planning’ in India. Community Development Journal, bsab037.
  6. Seelman, K., & Kattari, L. (2021). Nondiscrimination laws, federal, state, and local. In A. Goldberg, & G. Beemyn (Eds.), The Sage Encyclopedia of Trans Studies, 2, 579-584. SAGE Publications, Inc.
  7. LaPlant, W. G., Kattari, L., Ross, L. K., Zhan, J., & Druck, J. P. (2021). Perceptions of emergency care by sexual and gender minorities in Colorado: Barriers, quality, and factors affecting identity disclosure. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 22(4), 903-910.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. 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.
  11. Lincoln, K. D., Ailshire J., Nguyen, A. W., Taylor, R. J., Govia, I., & Ifatunji, M. A. (2021). Profiles of sleep and depression risk among Caribbean Blacks. Ethnicity and Health, 16(7), 981-999.
  12. Rorai, V. O., Perry, T. E., Whitney, S. E., Gianfermi, H. C., Mitchell, J. A., Key, K. D., Lichtenberg, P. A., Taylor, R. J., Ilardo, J. L., Knurek, S. M. & Conyers, C. S. (2021). “It takes some empathy, sympathy, and listening”:telephone outreach to older Detroiters in a pandemic as a modality to gain an understanding of challenges and resiliency. Journal of Urban Health, 98, 91-102.
  13. Chatters, L. M., Taylor, H. O., & Taylor, R. J. (2021). Racism and the life course: Social and health equity for Black American older adults. Public Policy and Aging Report, 31(4), 113-118.
  14. Baker, T., Taylor, R. J., Taylor, H. O., Chatters, L. M., & Engel, I. J. (2021). The intersection of pain outcomes and social isolation among African Americans. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.
  15. 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.
  16. Xiang X., Kayser J., Sun Y., & Himle J. A. (2021). Internet-based psychotherapy intervention for depression among older adults receiving home care: Quality study of participants’ experiences. JMIR Aging, 4(4), e27630.
  17. Tropman, J., Blackburn, J., Fischer, D. & Hodge., J. (2021). The White House as a Field Placement: Reflections on the Past, and a Future for Policy and Political Practice. National Association of Social Workers.
  18. Ruffolo,M., Price, D., Schoultz, M., Leung, J., Bonsaksen, T., Thygesen, H. & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2021). Employment uncertainty and mental health during the covid-19 pandemic initial social distancing implementation: A cross-national study. Global Social Welfare, 8, 141-150.
  19. Bonsaksen, T., Ruffolo, M., Leung, J., Price, D., Thygesen, H., Schoultz, M. & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2021). Loneliness and its association with social media use during the COVID-19 outbreak. Social Media and Society, 7(3).
  20. Price, D. (2021). Black coffee: No sugar, no cream. Journal of Autoethnography, 2(4), 421-433.
  21. Østertun Geirdal, A., Price, D., Schoultz, M., Thygesen, H., Ruffolo, M., Leung, J. & Bonsaksen, T. (2021). The significance of demographic variables on psychosocial health from the early stage and nine months after the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. A cross-national sample. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), 18(8), 4345.
  22. Bonsaksen T., Thygesen, H., Leung,J., Ruffolo, M., Schoultz ,M., Price, D., & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2021). Video-based communication and its association with loneliness, mental health and quality of life among older people during the COVID-19 outbreak. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (IJERPH), 18(12), 6284.
  23. Ruffolo, M. Price, D. Bonsaksen, T.,Leung, J.,Schoultz, M., Thygesen, H. & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2021). Cross-national study of mental health and employment status nine months post social distancing implementation practices. The British Journal of Social Work.
  24. Bonsaksen T., Leung,J., Schoultz ,M., Thygesen, H., Price, D., Ruffolo, M., & Østertun Geirdal, A. (2021). Cross-national study of worrying, loneliness, and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: A comparison between individuals with and without infection in the family. Healthcare, 9(7), 903.
  25. Thygesen, H. Bonsaksen, T. Schoultz, M. Ruffolo, M. Leung, J. Price, D. & Ostertun Geirdal, A. (2021). Use and perceived effects of social media before and after the COVID-19 outbreak: a cross-national study. Health and Technology, 11, 1347-1357.

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