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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Ellis, J. M. & Helaire, L. J. (in press). Self-Efficacy, subjective norms, and self-regulated learning: An application of the theory of planned behavior with GEAR UP students. Education and Urban Society.
  2. An R, Kang H, Cao L, & Xiang X. (in press). Engagement in outdoor physical activity under ambient fine particulate matter pollution: a risk-benefit analysis. Journal of Sport and Health Science.
  3. Weaver, A., Zhang, A., Xiang X., Felsman, P., Fischer, D. J., & Himle, J. A. (in press). Entertain Me Well: An entertaining, tailorable, online platform for delivering depression treatment. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice.
  4. Xiang X., Kayser J., Sun Y., & Himle J. (in press). Internet-based psychotherapy intervention for depression among older adults receiving home care: A qualitative study of participants’ experiences. JMIR Aging.
  5. An, R., Zheng, J., & Xiang. X. (in press). Projecting the influence of sugar-sweetened beverage warning labels and restaurant menu labeling regulations on energy intake, weight status, and health care expenditures in US adults: A microsimulation. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
  6. Paceley, M. S., Kattari, S. K., Jackson Levin, N., Banks, A., Rameyer Winter, V., Bauerband,L., & Harper, D. (in press). Inclusive, innovative and interdisciplinary: Promoting a paradigmatic shift in cancer research among transgender and gender diverse adolescents and young adults. Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health: Advancing Health Equity in Sexual and Gender Minority Cancer Care.
  7. Mora, A. S., Ceballo, R., & Cranford, J. (in press). Latino/a adolescents facing neighborhood dangers: An examination of community violence and gender-based harassment. American Journal of Community Psychology.
  8. Greene, J. & Seefeldt, K. S. (in press). Learning from youth: Using positive outcomes to evaluate summer youth employment programs. Journal of Adolescent Development.
  9. Cross, F. L. (in press). Documentation status socialization as an ethnic-racial socialization dimension: Incorporating the experience of mixed-status Latinx families. Studies in Social Justice.
  10. Rivkin, I., Black, J., Lopez, E. D. S., Filardi, E., Salganek, M., Newman, J., Haire, J., Nanouk, M., Philip, J., Charley, D., & Wexler, L. (in press). Integrating mentorship and digital storytelling to promote wellness for Alaska Native youth. Journal of American Indian Education, 59(2-3), 169-193.
  11. Wexler, L. Schmidt, T., White, L., Rataj, S., Bec, C., Moto, R., Kirk, T., & McEachern, D. (in press). Collaboratively adapting culturally-respectful, locally-relevant suicide prevention for newly participating Alaska Native communities. Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology.
  12. Williams, D. Y., Wexler, L., & Muller, A. (in press). Suicide postvention in schools: What evidence support our current national recommendations? School Social Work Journal.
  13. Zhang, Z., Xu, H., Li, L. W., Liu, J., & Choi, S. (in press). Social relationships in early life and episodic memory in mid- and late-life. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences.
  14. Zhang, J., Li. L. W., & McLaughlin, S. (in press). Psychological well-being and cognitive function among older adults in China: A population-based longitudinal study. Journal of Aging and Health.
  15. Maguire-Jack, K., Smith, B., & Spilsbury, J. C. (in press). Rural and urban child maltreatment considerations in the United States. In R. Krugman & J. E. Korbin (Eds.), Handbook of Child Maltreatment. Netherlands: Springer.
  16. Bornheimer, L. A., Hong, V., Li, J., Fernandez, L., & King, C. (in press). Relationships between hallucinations, delusions, depression, suicide ideation and plan among adults presenting with psychosis in psychiatric emergency care. Psychosis.
  17. Bornheimer, L. A., Li, J, & Thompson, S. (in press). Depression mediates the relationships between hallucinations, delusions, and social isolation in first-episode psychosis. Social Work Research.
  18. Pimentel Walker, A., Sanga, N., Yoshihama, M., Gonzalez Benson, O. & Routte, R. (in press). Participatory action research in times of COVID-19: Adapting approaches with refugee-led community-based organizations. PCHP Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action.
  19. Blajeski, S., Klodnick, V. V., Caruso, N., & Sale, T. G. (in press). How early stigmatizing experiences, peer connections, and peer spaces influenced pathways to employment or education after a first-episode of psychosis. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal.
  20. Zhang, A., & Franklin, C. (in press). Solution-focused therapy. In K. Corcoran, & A. R. Roberts (Eds.), Social Workers’ Desk Reference (4th ed.).
  21. Franklin, C., Zhang, A., Bolton, K., & Yates, H. T. (in press). Solution-focused couple therapy. In J. L. Lebow & D. K. Snyder (Eds.), Clinical Handbook of Couple Therapy (6th ed.). New York: The Guilford Press.
  22. Levin N., Zhang A., Reyes-Gastelum, D., Chen, D. W., Hamilton, A. S., Zebrack, B., & Haymart, M. R. (in press). Change in worry over time among Hispanic women with thyroid cancer. Journal of Cancer Survivorship.
  23. Levin N., Zhang A., Kattari S. K., & Zebrack B. (in press). “'Queer Insights’: Considerations for assessing sex and gender in oncofertility research. Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health.
  24. Seelman, K., Colon-Diaz, M., LeCroix, R., Xavier-Brier, M., & Kattari, L. (in press). Transgender non-inclusive health care and delaying care due to fear: Connections to general health and mental health among transgender adults. Transgender Health.
  25. Ghosh, T., Van Dyke, M., Maffey, A., Kattari, L., Toliver, R., Krug, H., Vigil, D., & Wolk, L. (in press). Lessons learned after two years of legalized, recreational marijuana: The Colorado experience. Journal of Preventative Medicine.

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