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School of Social Work Research Publications

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Fusaro, V., Shaefer, H. L. & Simington, J. (in press). Communities moving ahead, falling behind: Evidence from the index of deep disadvantage. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
  4. Moore, J., Eikenberry, J., Fedina, L., & DeVylder, J. (in press). Associations between solitary confinement and psychosis symptoms in a post-release community setting. Social Work Research.
  5. Ellis, K. R., Oh, S., Hecht, H., & Northouse, L. (in press). Symptom experiences and quality of life among middle-age and older African Americans with cancer and their family caregivers. Psycho-Oncology.
  6. Constante, K., Cross, F. L., Piceno, V., & Rivas-Drake, D. (in press). Latinx adolescent ethnic-racial discrimination and expected future barriers over time. Developmental Psychology.
  7. Cross, F. L., Blanco, S., & Rivas-Drake, D. (in press). Documentation status socialization among Latinx immigrant parents. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development.
  8. Zheng, H., Elliott, W., & O’Brien, M. (in press). Using children’s savings accounts and early award scholarships to build college savings among welfare recipients: The case of Promise Scholars. Journal of Poverty.
  9. Wu, S., Wang, M., Perron, B. E., Huang, J., Li, J., Zhou, X., Zhu,Y., He, X., Wen, J., & Ma, F. (in press). Development of research on social work practice in mainland China: Context, challenges, and opportunities. International Social Work.
  10. Maguire-Jack, K., Korbin, J. E., Perzynski, A., Coulton, C., Font, S. A., & Spilsbury, J. C. (in press). How place matters in child maltreatment disparities: Geographical context as an explanatory factor for racial disproportionality and disparities. A. Detlaff (Ed.), Racial Disproportionality and Disparities in the Child Welfare System. New York, NY: Springer.
  11. Tolman, R. M. & Walsh, T. (in press). Ghosts in the ultrasound: Expectant fathers experience of trauma. In H. Fitzgerald, K. von Klitzing, N. J. Cabrera, J. Scarano de Mendonça and T. Skjøthaug (Eds.), Handbook of Fathers and Child Development: Prenatal to Preschool. Springer.
  12. Ng, I. Y. H. & Shanks, T. R. (in press). Financial challenges and mental health. In R. Ow & A. Poon (Eds.), Social Work and Mental Health. Springer.
  13. Shea, S., Jester, J., Huth-Bocks, A., Weatherston, D., Muzik, M. Rosenblum, K. & the Michigan Collaborative for Infant Mental Health Research. (in press). Infant mental health home visiting therapists’ reflective supervision self-efficacy in community practice settings. Infant Mental Health Journal. [J. Ribaudo, one of 17 MCIMHR members].
  14. Huth-Bocks, A., Jester, J., Stacks, A., Muzik, M., Rosenblum, K. & the Michigan Collaborative for Infant Mental Health Research. (in press). Infant mental health home visiting therapists’ fidelity to the Michigan IMH-HV model in community practice settings. Infant Mental Health Journal. [J. Ribaudo, one of 17 MCIMHR members].
  15. Walsh, T., Paris, R., Ribaudo, J., & Gilkerson, L. (in press). Locating infant and early childhood mental health at the heart of social work. Social Work.
  16. Winn, T & Richards-Schuster, K. (in press). The importance of child-guided and youth led approaches. In Osher et al. (Eds.), Keeping Students Safe and Helping Them Thrive: A Collaborative Handbook on School Safety, Mental Health, and Wellness.
  17. Lee, H. W., Gauthier, G. R., Ivanich, J. D., Wexler, L., Khan, B., & Dombrowski, K. (in press). A statistical framework for network-based measurement of the social effectiveness of interventions in community-based participatory research. PLoS ONE.
  18. Walsh, C., & Zebrack, B. (in press). Navigating adolescent and young adults through cancer. In D. Christensen & C. Cantril (Ed.), Oncology Nurse Navigation: Delivering Patient-Centered Care Along the Cancer Continuum. Baltimore: Oncology Nursing Society.
  19. Ingersoll-Dayton, B., Punpuing, S., Tangchonlatip, K., & Yakas, L. (in press). Migration and "skipped generation" households in Thailand. In M. R. T. de Guzman, J. Brown, & C. P. Edwards (Eds.), Parenting from Afar: The Reconfiguration of the Family Across Distance. Oxford University Press.
  20. Perone, A. K. (in press). LGBT elder health care, LGBT estate and long term care plans. In C. Stewart (Ed.), Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Americans at Risk. Barbara: Praeger.
  21. Jung, H., Herrenkohl, T. I., Skinner, M. L., Lee, J. O., Klika, J. B., & Rousson, A. N. (in press). Gender Differences in Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): A predictive analysis of IPV by child abuse and domestic violence exposure during early childhood. Violence Against Women.
  22. Johnson, K. E., Salas-Wright, C. P., Córdova, D., Ugalde, J., Todic, J., & Mendoza Lua, F. (in press). The acceptability of biobehavioral research with Latino youth in the United States. Journal of Adolescent Research.
  23. Herrenkohl, T. I., Kim, M. H, & Anderson, J. (in press). Child Maltreatment in the context of poverty and other forms of adversity. APSAC Handbook on Child Maltreatment. Sage.
  24. Kelly, A. B., Mason, W. A., Chmelka, M. B., Herrenkohl, T. I., Kim, M. J., Patton, G. C., Hemphill, S. A., Toumbourou, J. W., & Catalano, R. F. (in press). Depressed mood during early to middle adolescence: A bi-national longitudinal study of the unique impact of family conflict. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
  25. Sousa, C., Mason, W. A., & Herrenkohl, T. I. (in press). Direct and indirect effects of child abuse and environmental stress: A lifecourse perspective on adversity and depressive symptoms. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.

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