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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. Tropman, J. E. (1968). [Review of the book The non-directive approach in group and community work]. Social Service Review, 42(4), 524-525.
  2. Tropman, J. E. (1968). The Married Professional Social Worker. Journal of Marriage and The Family, 30(4), 661-665.
  3. Tropman, J. E., & Erlich, J. L. (1968). New political realities: Academia and the city: Students, like disadvantaged city-dwellers, intend to have something to say about their governance. Journal of Higher Education, 39(6), 301-308.
  4. Croxton, T. A. (1968). Five Books on Juvenile Delinquency. Child Welfare, 48.
  5. Tropman, J. E. (1967). Society and technology: Implications for breaking the poverty cycle. In G. Richards, et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Canadian American Seminar. University of Windsor.
  6. Croxton, T. A. (1967). The Juvenile Court: Some Current Issues. Child Welfare, 47.
  7. Croxton, T. A. (1967). The Kent Case and its Consequences. Journal of Family Law, 7.
  8. Powell, T. J. (1967). A Dynamic Approach to School Mental Health. In G. T. School, M. N. Taylor, & E. L. Belcher (Eds.), Team Strategies in Mobilizing School and Community Services for Emotionally Disturbed Children. Lansing: Michigan Department of Education.
  9. Luo, M., Li, L. W., Liu, Z., & Li, A. (in press). Sociodemographic dynamics and age trajectories of depressive symptoms among adults in mid- and later life: A cohort perspective. Aging and Mental Health.
  10. Liu, J., Lou, Y., Li, L. W., Zhang, Z., & Xu, H. (in press). Dyadic effects on depressive symptoms of spouse caregivers and their care recipients: Evidence from China. Aging and Mental Health.
  11. Luo, M. & Li, L. W. (in press). Within-person dynamics of objective and subjective social isolation in midlife and later life. Journal of Aging and Health.
  12. Li, L. W., Hu, R. X., Luo, M., & McLaughlin, S. (in press). Pre-pandemic social integration: Protection or risk for older adults in the time of COVID-19? Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences.
  13. Okpych, N. J., Park, S., Powers, J., Harty, J., & Courtney, M. E. (in press). Relationships that persist and protect: The role of enduring relationships on early-adult outcomes among youth transitioning out of foster care. Social Service Review.
  14. Fedina, L., Hong, S., Rousson, A., Graham, L., Lee, J. O., & Herrenkohl, T. I. (in press). Childhood maltreatment and intimate partner violence perpetration in adulthood: An investigation into proximal and distal risk factors across the life course. Journal of Family Violence.
  15. Magan, I., Gonzalez Benson, O. & *Banya, M. (in press). Mental health care with refugee families: A transnational collectivist approach. Families in Society.
  16. Gonzalez Benson, O. (in press). The limits of 'rights talk' within sovereign territory: Examining US refugee policy formation. Social Service Review.
  17. Hawkins, J., Kieffer, E. C., Sinco, B., Piatt, G., Jones, L., Mitchell, J., Espitia, N., LeBron, A., Kloss, K., Kurnick, K., & et al. (in press). Using path analysis and linear regression to test for gender and participation: effects in a culturally tailored diabetes intervention for Latino/a adults. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health.
  18. Bec, C., White, L., Schmidt, T., Rataj, S., McEachern, D., Wisnieski, D., Moto, R., Kirk, T., Garnie, J., & Wexler, L. (in press). Adapting PC CARES to continue suicide prevention in rural Alaska during the covid-19 pandemic: narrative overview of an in-person community-based suicide prevention program moving online. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 29(2), 126-154.
  19. Ivanich, J. D., & Schultz, K. (in press). A call or expansion and innovation in research on protective factors and suicide prevention among American Indian and Alaska Native populations. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice.
  20. Hamby, S. Schultz, K., & Taylor, E. (in press). Health-related quality of life among American Indian people: victimization, other adversities, and strengths. Health and Social Work.
  21. Weaver, A., Landry, C., Zhang, A., McQuown, L., Hahn, J., Harrington, M. M., Tucker, K., Holzworth, J., Buys, T., Smith, F. N., Grogan-Kaylor, A., Pfeiffer, P., Kilbourne, A. M., & Himle, J. A. (in press). Study protocol: a randomized controlled trial of raising our spirits together, an entertaining, group-based, technology-assisted cognitive behavioral therapy for depression, tailored for rural adults and delivery by clergy. Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications.
  22. Allen, J., Charles, B., Fok, C., Lee, K., Grogan-Kaylor, A., Qungasvik Team, & Rasmus, S. (in press). Culturally grounded strategies for suicide and alcohol risk prevention delivered by rural alaska native communities" a dynamic wait-listed design evaluation of the Qungasvik intervention. American Journal of Community Psychology.
  23. Kayser J., Hu R., Rosencruggs D., Li, L., & Xiang X. (in press). A systematic review of the impact of select mindfulness interventions on psychological outcomes in older adults with chronic health conditions. Clinical Gerontologist.
  24. Kong D., Chen A., Zhang J., Xiang X., Lou V., Kwok T., & Wu B. (in press). Public discourse and sentiment toward dementia on Chinese social media: Findings from a machine learning analysis. JMIR Aging.
  25. Genova, H., Sherwood, K., Goverover, Y., Dawalt, L., & Smith, M. J. (in press). Initial validation of measures assessing job interviewing anxiety and self efficacy ad job interview training motivation for transition age autistic youth.

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