- Rajni Banthia, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Dionne Godette, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Joseph P. Gone, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Sandra Jee, Scholars in Health Disparites Program
- Soowon Kim, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Denae W. King, Scholars in Health Disparities
- Mercedes Rubio, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Kim Dobson Sydnor, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Cayla Teal, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
- Edna Viruell-Fuentes, Scholars in Health Disparities Program
Banthia, R., Malcarne, V.L., Ko, C.M., Varni, J.W., & Sadler, G.R. (2008). Fatigued breast cancer survivors: The role of sleep quality and depressed mood. Psychology and Health.
Banthia, R., Flournoy, R., Rubin, V., Treuhaft, S., Babey, S.H., Diamant, A.L., Hastert, T.A., Goldstein, H., & Harvey, S. (2008). Designed for Disease: the Link Between Local Food Environments and Obesity and Diabetes. PolicyLink, UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, and California Center for Public Health Advocacy.
Banthia, R., Moskowitz, J.T., Acree, M., & Folkman, S. (2007). Socioeconomic differences in the effects of prayer on physical symptoms and quality of life. Journal of Health Psychology, 12(2), 249-260.
Banthia, R. & Flournoy, R. (2007). Securing and Sustaining Healthy Food Markets in Underserved, Low-Income Communities. PolicyLink and the California Nutrition Network.
Sadler, G.R., Ko, C.M., Malcarne, V.L., Banthia, R., Gutierrez, I., & Varni, J.W. (2007). Costs of recruiting couples to clinical trials. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 28(4):423-32.
Yoshimoto, S.M., Ghorbani, S., Baer, J.M., Banthia, R., Malcarne, V.L., Sadler, G.R., Ko, C.M., Greenbergs, H.L., &Varni, J.W. (2006). Religious coping and problem-solving by couples faced with prostate cancer. European Journal of Cancer Care, 15, 481-488.
Banthia, R., Malcarne, V.L., Roesch, S.C., Ko, C.M., Greenbergs, H.L., Varni, J.W., & Sadler, G.R. (2006). Correspondence between daily and weekly fatigue reports in breast cancer survivors. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 29(3), 269-279.
Hawes, S.M., Malcarne, V.L., Ko, C.M., Sadler, G.R., Banthia, R., Sherman, S.A., & Varni, J.W. (2006). Identifying problems faced by spouses/partners of prostate cancer patients. Oncology Nursing Forum, 33(4), 1-9.
Ko, C.M., Malcarne, V.L., Varni, J.W., Roesch, S.C., Banthia, R., Greenbergs, H.L., & Sadler, G.R. (2005). Problem solving and distress in prostate cancer patients and their spousal caregivers. Supportive Care in Cancer, 13(6), 367-74.
Banthia, R., Malcarne, V.L., Varni, J.W., Ko, C.M., Sadler, G.R., & Greenbergs, H.L. (2003). The effects of dyadic strength and coping styles on psychological distress in couples faced with prostate cancer. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 26(1), 31-52.
Vierra, W., Banthia, R., Greenbergs, H.L., Ko, C.M., Malcarne, V.L., Varni, J.W., & Sadler, G.R. (2002). Fatigue Management Guide. Moores UCSD Cancer Center Foundation.
Malcarne, V.L., Banthia, R., Varni, J.W., Sadler, G.R., Greenbergs, H.L., & Ko, C.M. (2002). The impact of problem-solving therapy on social problem-solving skills & mood states in prostate cancer patients and partners. Journal of Cancer Education, 17, 148-152.
Jacobs, J.R., Banthia, R., Sadler, G.R., Varni, J.W., Malcarne, V.L., Greenbergs, H.L., Ko, C.M., Schmidt, J., & Johnstone, P.A.S. (2002). Problems associated with prostate cancer: Differences of opinion among healthcare providers, patients, and spouses. Journal of Cancer Education, 16, 33-36.
Banthia, R. & Wong, S. (1998). Exploring Factors in Ethnic Social Group Formations. Active Intellect, 3, 51-66.
Hatcher, SS, Toldson, IA, Godette, DC, Richardson, JB (2009) Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and HIV Disparities in Correctional Settings: Practice and Policy Implications for African Americans. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20 (2 suppl.).
Carter-Edwards, L, Godette, D.C., Shantakumar, S., Smith, K.C., Tyson, W. (in press) A conceptual framework for studying alcohol intake and blood pressure on historically black college campuses. Journal of Drug Education, 39 (2).
Godette, DC, Edwards, E, Ford, CL, Strunin, L, Heeren, TC, Kawachi, I.(in press) Social status, gender and alcohol-related problems: The black young adult experience. Ethnicity & Health.
Mulatu, M.S., Jeffries-Leonard, K, Godette, D.C., & Fulmore, D. (2008). Disparities in the patterns and determinants of HIV risk behaviors among black and white youth entering substance abuse treatment programs, Journal of the National Medical Association, 100(12) 1405-1416.
Ford, C.L , Konrad, T.R., Godette, D.C., & Corbie-Smith, G., (2008) Patient-provider racial concordance and acceptance of routine ELISA testing among black women STD patients, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35(3) 211-213.
Strunin, L, Edwards, E, Godette, D, Heeren, T. (2007). Country of origin, age of drinking onset and drinking patterns among Mexican young adults in the U.S. Drug and Alcohol Dependence,91 134-140.
Godette, D.C., Headen, S., & Ford, C.L. (2006). Windows of opportunity: fundamental concepts for understanding alcohol-related problems experienced by young blacks in the United States, Prevention Science, 7 (6) 377-387.
Hallfors, D. & Godette, D.C., (2002). Will the “Principles of Effectiveness” improve prevention practice? Early findings from a diffusion study, Health Education Research, 17(4) 461-470.
Lakon, C., Godette, D.C. & Hipp, J. (2007). Network-based approaches for measuring social capital. In I. Kawachi, SV Subramanian, D Kim (Eds.) Social Capital and Health. New York: Springer Press.
Godette, DC (forthcoming October 2009) Alcohol use and consequences for blacks. Health Issues in the Black Community. Jossey-Bass.
Godette, DC, Ford, CL, Ford, PK (forthcoming March 2010) Health Disparities in Georgia: A Social Injustice. In P.K Ford (Ed.) African Americans in Georgia: A Reflection of Politics and Policy in the New South. Macon: Mercer University Press.
Joseph P. Gone
Gone, J. P. (in press). Psychotherapy and traditional healing for American Indians: Exploring the prospects for therapeutic integration. The Counseling Psychologist. [Major Contribution to be published with three comments and a rejoinder]
Gone, J. P. (in press). The red road to wellness: Cultural reclamation in a Native First Nation community treatment center. American Journal of Community Psychology.
Gone, J. P., & Alcántara, C. (in press). The Ethnographically Contextualized Case Study Method: Exploring ambitious achievement in an American Indian community. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology.
Gone, J. P. (2009). A community-based treatment for Native American historical trauma: Prospects for evidence-based practice. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 77(4), 751-76.
Gone, J. P. (2008). Introduction: Mental health discourse as Western cultural proselytization. Ethos, 36(3), 310-315. [Opening for guest-edited special section entitled Dialogue 2008: Cultural politics of mental health in Native North America]
Gone, J. P. (2008). “So I can be like a Whiteman”: The cultural psychology of space and place in American Indian mental health. Culture & Psychology, 14(3), 369-399.
Pole, N., Gone, J. P., and Kulkarni, M. (2008). Posttraumatic Stress Disorder among ethnoracial minorities in the United States. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 15(1), 35-61. [Published with commentaries by J. D. Ford and C. Zayfert]
Gone, J. P. (2007). “We never was happy living like a Whiteman”: Mental health disparities and the postcolonial predicament in American Indian communities. American Journal of Community Psychology, 40(3-4), 290-300.
Gone, J. P., & Alcántara, C. (2007). Identifying effective mental health interventions for American Indians and Alaska Natives: A review of the literature. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 13(4), 356-363.
Alcántara, C., & Gone, J. P. (2007). Reviewing suicide in Native American communities: Situating risk and protective factors within a transactional-ecological framework. Death Studies, 31(5), 457-477.
Gone, J. P. (2006). “As if reviewing his life”: Bull Lodge’s narrative and the mediation of self-representation. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 30(1), 67-86.
Gone, J. P. (2006). Research reservations: Response and responsibility in an American Indian community. American Journal of Community Psychology, 37(3-4), 333-340.
Gone, J. P. (2004). Mental health services for Native Americans in the 21st century United States. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 35(1), 10-18.
Gone, J. P. (1999). “We were through as Keepers of it”: The “Missing Pipe Narrative” and Gros Ventre cultural identity. Ethos, 27(4), 415-440. [Abstracted as three-page “Discussions” box in undergraduate textbook by M. Womack (2001), Being human: An introduction to cultural anthropology (2nd ed.), Prentice-Hall]
Gone, J. P., Miller, P. J., & Rappaport, J. (1999). Conceptual self as normatively oriented: The suitability of past personal narrative for the study of cultural identity. Culture & Psychology, 5(4), 371-398. [Published with full-length commentary by S. Rasmussen entitled “Culture, personhood and narrative: The problem of norms and agency” (same issue, pp. 399-412)]
Gone, J. P. (in press). “I came to tell you of my life”: Narrative expositions of “mental health” in an American Indian community. In M. Aber, K. Maton, & E. Seidman (Eds.), Empowering settings and voices for social change. New York: Oxford University Press. [Festschrift for Julian Rappaport]
Gone, J. P., & Kirmayer, L. J. (in press). On the wisdom of considering culture and context in psychopathology. In T. Millon, R. Krueger, & E. Simonsen (Eds.), Contemporary directions in psychopathology: Toward the DSMV, ICD11, and beyond (2nd ed.). New York: Guilford Press.
Anderson, J. D., & Gone, J. P. (in press). Native American religious traditions. In R. A. Shweder, T. R. Biddell, A. C. Dailey, S. D. Dixon, P. J. Miller, & J. Modell (Eds.), The child: An encyclopedic companion. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Gone, J. P. (2009). Encountering professional psychology: Re-envisioning mental health services for Native North America. In L. J. Kirmayer & G. G. Valaskakis (Eds.), Healing traditions: The mental health of Aboriginal peoples in Canada (pp. 419-439). Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.
Gone, J. P. (2008). The Pisimweyapiy Counselling Centre: Paving the red road to wellness in northern Manitoba. In J. B. Waldram (Ed.), Aboriginal healing in Canada: Studies in therapeutic meaning and practice (pp. 131-203). Ottawa, Ontario: Aboriginal Healing Foundation.
Alcántara, C., & Gone, J. P. (2008). Suicide in Native American communities: A transactional-ecological formulation of the problem. In F. T. L. Leong & M. M. Leach (Eds.), Suicide among racial and ethnic groups: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 173-199). New York: Routledge.
Gone, J. P. (2006). Mental health, wellness, and the quest for an authentic American Indian identity. In T. Witko (Ed.), Mental health care for urban Indians: Clinical insights from Native practitioners (pp. 55-80). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Gone, J. P. (2004). Keeping culture in mind: Transforming academic training in professional psychology for Indian country. In D. A. Mihesuah & A. Cavender Wilson (Eds.), Indigenizing the academy: Transforming scholarship and empowering communities (pp. 124-142). Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
Gone, J. P. (2003). American Indian mental health service delivery: Persistent challenges and future prospects. In J. S. Mio & G. Y. Iwamasa (Eds.), Culturally diverse mental health: The challenges of research and resistance (pp. 211-229). New York: Brunner-Routledge.
Gone, J. P. (2005). NCAA rightly tells schools to retire Indian mascots, symbols. Op-ed piece commissioned by the Progressive Media Project and carried by perhaps a dozen American newspapers. [Available at: http://progressive.org/media_mpga1805]
Gone, J. P. (2002). Chief Illiniwek: Dignified or damaging? In T. Straus (Ed.), Native Chicago (2nd ed., pp. 274-286). Chicago, IL: Albatross.
Garlin AB, Sinor AD, Sinor JD, Jee SH, Grinspan JB, and Robinson MB. Pharmacology of Sodium-dependent high affinity L-[H] Glutamate transport in glial cultures. Journal of Neurochemistry 64:6,2572-2580, 1995.
Jee SH, Long CE, Schnabel KC, Sehgal N, Epstein LG, and Hall CB. Risk of recurrent seizures after primary HHV-6 infection complicated by a febrile seizure. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal 17:1,43-48, 1998.
Jee SH, Grow JL, Faix RG. Intraparenchymal brain hemorrhage and remote soft tissue arteriovenous malformation in a newborn infant. Journal of Perinatology. 22:664-666, 2002.
Freed GL, Jee SH, Stein LD, Spera L, Clark SJ. Comparing the self-reported referral and management preferences of pediatricians and family physicians for children with Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis. J Rheumatol 30(12):2700-4, 2003.
Jee SH and Davis MM. Factors associated with variations in parental social support in ambulatory pediatric settings. Ambulatory Pediatrics 4(4):316-322, 2004.
Cabana MD and Jee SH. Does continuity of care improve patient outcomes? Journal of Family Practice, 53(12):974-980, 2004.
Jee SH, Antonucci TC, Aida M, Szilagyi MA, Szilagyi PG. Emergency department utilization by children in foster care. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 5(2): 102-106, 2005.
Jee SH and Simms MD. Health and well-being of children in foster care placement. Pediatr Rev, 27(1): 34-36, 2006.
Jee SH and Cabana MD. Indices for continuity of care: a systematic review of the literature. Med Care Res Rev., 63(2): 158-188, 2006.
Jee SH, Barth RP, Szilagyi MA, Szilagyi PG, Aida M, and Davis MM. Factors associated with chronic conditions among children in foster care. J Health Care Poor Underserved, 17: 328-341, 2006.
Jee SH, Conn KM, Nilsen WJ, Szilagyi MA, Forbes-Jones E, and Halterman JS. Learning difficulties among children separated from a parent. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 8(3): 2008.
Jee SH and Szilagyi MA. Foster care issues in general pediatrics. Current Opinions in Pediatrics, 2008, 20: 724-728.
Jee SH and Doyle AK. Understanding caseworker perspectives on a pediatric medical home for children in foster care. Illinois Child Welfare Journal, in press.
Jee SH, Szilagyi MA, Ovenshire C, Norton A, Conn AM, Blumkin A, Szilagyi P. Improved detection of developmental delays among young children in foster care. Pediatrics, in press.
Non Peer-Reviewed Policy Brief Enciso A, Jee SH, Morgan DE, Ramirez A, Romano LA, Sharma S. Health Care Safety-Net Providers: A Look at the State of Michigan. Michigan Public Policy Initiative, Spotlight. November 2003.
Book Chapters Jee SH, Szilagyi MA. Children in Foster Care. In: Garfunkel LC, Kaczorowski JM, and Christy C, eds. Pediatric Clinical Advisor, 2nd Ed. Philadelphia, PA: Mosby, Elsevier, 806-807, 2007.
Szilagyi MA, Jee SH. Health Needs for Children in Foster Care. In : McInerny TK, Adam HM, Campbell DE, Kamat DM, Kelleher KJ, eds. American Academy of Pediatrics Textbook of Pediatric Care 1st Ed. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics; in press.
Jee SH, Szilagyi MA. Adolescents in Foster Care. In: Fisher, Alderman, Kreipe, Rosenfeld, eds. American Academy of Pediatrics Textbook of Adolescent Health Care. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics, in press.
Szilagyi MA and Jee SH. Epidemiology of foster care placement and overview of the foster care system in the United States. Up To Date, 2008, in press.
Jee SH and Szilagyi MA. Comprehensive health care for children in foster care. Up To Date, 2008, in press.
Soowon Kim, Katie C. Adamson, Deborah Balfanz, Ross C. Brownson, Jean Wiecha, Dennis Shepard, Wesley Alles. Development of the Community Healthy Living Index; A tool to foster healthy environments for the prevention of obesity and chronic disease. Preventive Medicine (in press).
Paula Braveman, Kristen Marchi, Susan Egerter, Soowon Kim, Marilyn Metzler, Tonya Stancil, Moreen Libet. Poverty, near-poverty, and hardship around the time of pregnancy. Maternal and Child Health Journal (in press).
Sofiya Alhassan, Soowon Kim, Andrea Bersamin, Abby C. King, Christopher Gardner. Dietary adherence and weight loss success among overweight women: Results from the A TO Z weight loss study. International Journal of Obesity 2008;32:985-991.
Soowon Kim, Sue Egerter, Catherine Cubbin, Eugene Takahashi, Paula Braveman. Potential implications of missing income data in population-based surveys: an example from a postpartum survey in California. Public Health Reports 2007;122(6):753-763.
Christopher Gardner, Alexandre Kiazand, Sofiya Alhassan, Soowon Kim, Randall Stafford, Raymond Balise, Helena Kraemer, Abby King. Comparison of the Atkins, Zone, Ornish, and LEARN diets for change in weight and related risk factors among overweight premenopausal women. The A TO Z weight loss study: a randomized trial. JAMA 2007;297(9):969-977.
May Wang, Soowon Kim, Alma Gonzalez, Marilyn Winkleby. Socioeconomic and food-related physical characteristics of the neighborhood environment are associated with body mass index. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 2007;61(6):491-8.
Barry Popkin, Soowon Kim, Emil Rusev, Shufa Du, Claire Zizza. Measuring the full economic costs of diet, physical activity, and obesity-related chronic diseases. Obesity Reviews 2006;7:271-293.
Soowon Kim, Barry Popkin. Commentary: Understanding the epidemiology of overweight and obesity: a real global public health concern. International Journal of Epidemiology 2006;35:60-67.
Marilyn Winkleby, Soowon Kim, Guido Urizar, David Ahn, Maria Garcia Jennings, John Snider. Ten-year changes in cancer-related health behaviors and screening practices among Latino women and men in California. Ethnicity and Health 2006;11(1):1-17.
Soowon Kim, Michael Symons, Barry Popkin. Contrasting socioeconomic profiles related to healthier lifestyles in China and the United States. American Journal of Epidemiology 2004;159:184-191.
Soowon Kim, Barry Popkin, Anna Maria Siega-Riz, Pamela Haines, Lenore Arab. A cross-national comparison of lifestyle between China and the United States, using a comprehensive cross-national measurement tool of the healthfulness of lifestyles: the Lifestyle Index. Preventive Medicine 2004;38:160-171.
Soowon Kim, Pamela Haines, Anna Maria Siega-Riz, Barry Popkin. The Diet Quality Index-international (DQI-I) provides an effective tool for cross-national comparison of diet quality as illustrated by China and the United States. Journal of Nutrition 2003;133: 3476-3484.
Min-June Lee, Barry Popkin, Soowon Kim. The unique aspects of the nutrition transition in South Korea: the retention of healthful elements in their traditional diet. Public Health Nutrition. 2002;5(1A):197-203.
Barry Popkin, Sue Horton, Soowon Kim, Ajay Mahal, Jin Shuigao. Trends in diet, nutritional status, and diet-related noncommunicable diseases in China and India: The economic costs of the nutrition transition. Nutrition Reviews. 2001;59(12):379-390.
Soowon Kim, Soojae Moon, Barry Popkin. Nutrition transition in the Republic of Korea. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2001;10(Suppl):S48-56.
Barry Popkin, Sue Horton, Soowon Kim. The nutrition transition and prevention of diet-related chronic diseases in Asia and the Pacific. Food and Nutrition Bulletin. 2001;22:4 (Suppl):1-58 (Also published: Manila: the Asian Development Bank as ADB Nutrition and Development Series No. 6).
Soowon Kim, Soojae Moon, Barry Popkin. The nutrition transition in South Korea. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2000;71(1):44-53
Soojae Moon, Soowon Kim, Jung-Hyun Kim, Sung-Kil Lim. Vitamin D status and influencing factors among young adults. The Korean Journal of Nutrition 1996;26(7):747-757.
Soojae Moon, Jung-Hyun Kim, Soowon Kim, Sang-Yong Kim, Sung-Kil Lim. Vitamin D status and related biochemical parameters in South Korean women. The Korean Journal of Nutrition 1996;26(7):758-770.
Soowon Kim, Deborah Balfanz, Wesley Alles, William Haskell. Building “Generation Play”: Addressing the crisis of inactivity among America’s children. Stanford University School of Medicine. February 2007.
Barry Popkin, Sue Horton, Soowon Kim. The nutritional transition and diet-related chronic diseases in Asia: implications for prevention. FCND discussion paper No. 105. Food consumption and Nutrition Division. International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C., USA. 2001.
Soowon Kim, Barry Popkin. Reply to H Kesteloot and J Zhang. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2000;72(1):200-201 (letter).
Denae W. King
King, D.W. and Smith, M.A., Proliferative Responses Observed Following Vancomycin Treatment in Renal Proximal Tubule Epithelial Cells. Toxicology In Vitro: 18(6): 797-803, 2004.
Hajek, R.A., King D.W., Kaufman R.H., Liang J.C., Edwards C.L., Wharton J.T., and Jones L.A., Detection of Chromosomal Aberrations by FISH in Cervicovaginal Biopsies from Women Exposed to DES In Utero. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer 15:1-7, 2006.
King D.W., Hernandez-Valero M.A., Chukelu P.C., and Jones L.A. An Initial Assessment of a Forgotten Minority Community: Key Informant’s Perceptions of Environmental Health in Fresno, Texas. California Journal of Health Promotion, 4(1): 22-31, 2006.
King, D.W., Chukelu, P.C., Freelon, B.N., Lewis, A.J., and Jones, L.A. Residential Perceptions of Environmental Exposures and Associated Health Effects in the Fresno, Texas, Community. California Journal of Health Promotion, 5, Special Issue (Health Disparities and Social Justice): 48-57, 2007.
King, D.W., Tores, I.V., Herera A.P. Hajek, R.A., and Jones L.A. Working Toward Social Justice: Center for Research on Minority Health Summer Workshop on Health Disparities. California Journal of Health Promotion, 5, Special Issue (Health Disparities and Social Justice): 1-8, 2007.
Knowles, L., Lewis, A., King, D., and Jones, L. Disseminating Health Disparities Education Through Tele-Learning. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics, and Informatics: 6(4), 2008.
King, D.W., Snipes, S. A., Herrera, A.P., and Jones, L.A. Health and Healthcare Perspectives of African American Residents of an Unincorporated Community: A Qualitative Assessment. Health & Place 15: 420-428, 2009.
Snipes S., Thompson B., O’Connor K, Shell-Duncan B, King, D. Herrera, A, and Navarro, B. “Pesticides Protect the Fruit, But Not the People” Using Community-Based Ethnography to Understand Farmworker Pesticide Exposure Risks. American Journal of Public Health (AJPH). In Press.
King, D.W., Miranda, P.M. Gor, B.J., Fuchs-Young, R., Chilton, J.A., Hajek, R. A., Torres-Vigil, I., Hernandez, M.A., Snipes, A.S. and Jones, L.A. Addressing cancer health disparities using a global “biopsychosocial” approach. Cancer, Accepted.
Herrera AP, Snipes, SA, King, DW, Torres-Vigil, I. Goldberg, DS, and Weinberg, AD. Disparate inclusion of older adults in clinical trials: Priorities and opportunities for policy and practice change. American Journal of Public Health (AJPH), Accepted.
King, DW, Duello, TM, Miranda, PY, Hodges, KP, Shelton, AJ, Chukelu, P, and Jones, LA. Strategies for Recruitment of Healthy Pre-menopausal Women into the African-American Nutrition for Life (A NULIFE) Study. Journal of Women’s Health, Submitted.
Mercedes Rubio & Rogelio Saenz. (Rewrite and resubmit). “Disability among Elderly Mexicans in the United States: The Case of the 0.25 Generation and Beyond” Research on Aging.
Rubio, Mercedes & Linda Lopez. (2008). “El Sueño Americano? Barriers to Homeownership for Mexican-Origin Populations.” In Hattery, Angela, David Embrick and Earl Smith (Eds.), Race, Human Rights and Inequality. New York: Rowman and Littlefield.
Saenz, Rogelio & Mercedes Rubio. (2007). “Lack of Health Insurance Coverage and Mortality Among Latino Elderly in the United States.” In Angel, Jacqueline L. and Keith E. Whitfield (Eds.), The Health of Aging Hispanics: The Mexican-origin Population. Pp. 181-194. New York: Springer.
Saenz, Rogelio, Mercedes Rubio & Janie Filoteo. (2006). “Latino/a Sociology.” In Bryan Turner (Ed.), The Cambridge Dictionary of Sociology. Cambridge University Press.
Rubio, Mercedes & David R. Williams. 2004. “Race as a Social Phenomenon.” In Beech, Bettina M., Valerie Setlow, and Maurice Roohani (Eds.), Race and Research in Focus: Perspectives on Minority Participation in Health Studies (pp. 1-26). Washington, DC: Publication Board of the American Public Heath Association.
Messias, DeAnne K. Hilfinger & Mercedes Rubio. 2004. “Transnational Migration and Health.” In Antonia M. Villarreul and Cornelia P. Porter (Eds.), Eliminating Health Disparities among Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the United States. Annual Review of Nursing Research, 22, 101-134.
Rubio, Mercedes & Kristen Montgomery. 2003. “Body Weight and Number of Live Births Among Latinas.” Hispanic Health Care International, 2, 103-110.
Rubio, Mercedes. 2003. “The Association Between Socioeconomic Status and Body Mass Index for Cubans in the United States: Hispanic Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (HHANES), 1982-1984.” Journal of Caribbean Studies, 17, 157-178.
Kim Dobson Sydnor
Sydnor, K.D., Hawkins, A.S., and Edwards, L.V. (accepted – July 2009). Expanding research opportunities: The fit between HBCUs and CBPR, Journal of Negro Education.
Bowie, JV, Wells, AM, Juon, HS, Sydnor, KD, Rodriguez, E (2008). How old are African American women when they receive their first mammogram? Results from a community-based study. Journal of Community Health [online]
Sydnor, K D, Holt, M, Headen, G, Moore S, Yates, D, & Gee, T (2007) Exploring the impact of Head Start on parents: A pilot study. Progress in Community Health Partnerships., 1(2), 133-142.
Tandon D, Phillips K, Bordeaux B, Bone l, Brown P, Cagney K, Gary T, Kim M, Levine D, Price E, Sydnor K & Stone K (2007) A vision for progress in community health partnerships. Progress in Community Health Partnerships., 1(1), 11-29.
Jagers, R., Sydnor, K., Mouttapa, M., & Flay, B. (2007, September). Protective Factors Associated with Preadolescent Violence: Preliminary Work on a Cultural Model. American Journal of Community Psychology, 40(1/2), 138-145.
Bronner, Y., Hawkins, A., Holt, M., Hossain, M., Rowel, R., Sydnor, K., et al. (2006). Models for nutrition education to increase consumption of calcium and dairy products among African Americans. Journal of Nutrition, 136(4), 1103-1106.
Bowie J, Sydnor K D, Granot M & Pargament K I (2004) Spirituality and coping among prostate cancer survivors. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 22:2, 41-56.
Bowie J, Sydnor K D & Granot M (2003) Spirituality and care of prostate cancer patients: A pilot study, Journal of the National Medical Association, Oct , 95:10, 951-954.
Juon HS, Ensminger ME, & Dobson Sydnor K (2002) A longitudinal study of developmental trajectories to young adult cigarette smoking. Drug and Alcohol and Dependence, 66: 303-314.
Sydnor K D (2001) Pathways to employment: From first grade to young adulthood (unpublished dissertation).
Hestick H, Perrino C, Rhodes W, & Sydnor K D (2001) Trial and lifetime smoking risks among African American students. Journal of American College Health, 49 (Mar): 213-218.
Rhodes W, Sydnor K D & Hestick H (1998) Patterns of drug use at historically black colleges and universities: a comparative study. Journal of Research on Minority Affairs, 7(1):27-37.
Proceedings: Bridges to Community Assuring Ethical Conduct of Studies and Integrity National Institute on Neurological Diseases (November 2002)
Haidet P, Facile ML, West HF, Teal CR. (in press) Reconsidering the team concept: Educational implications for patient-centered cancer care. Patient Education and Counseling
Thompson B, Teal CR, Rogers JC, Paterniti D, Haidet P. (in press) “Opening the ‘Black Box’ of Reflection: A Model to Guide Educators’ Efforts.” Academic Medicine.
Teal CR & Street, Jr. RL. (February 2009) Critical elements of culturally competent communication in the medical encounter: A Review and model. Social Science and Medicine, 68 (3) 533-543. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 2.749.
*Among the “Top 25 Hottest Articles” for Social Science and Medicine (#12, January-March 2009; #14 April-June 2009)
Naik AD, Teal CR, Pavlik VN, Dyer CB, McCullough LB. (2008) Conceptual challenges and practical approaches to screening capacity for self care and protection in vulnerable older adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 56:S266-S270. IF 3.36
Morgan RO, Teal CR, Hasche J, Petersen LA, Byrne MM, Paterniti DA, Virnig BA. Is familiarity with Medicare associated with health care access? (2008) Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 56:2053-2060. IF 3.36
*Chosen by Journal of the American Geriatrics Society for promotion
Teal CR, Baham DP, Gor BJ, & Jones LA. (May 2007). Is the MEDFICTS rapid dietary fat screener valid for pre-menopausal African-American women? Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 107(5), 773-781. PMID: 17467372. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 2.564
Cook KF, Teal CR, Bjorner JB, Cella D, Chang CH, Crane P, Gibbons L, Hays RD, McHorney CA, Ocepek-Welikson K, Raczek A, Teresi JA, Reeve BB. (March 2007) IRT health outcomes data analysis project: an overview and summary. Quality of Life Research. 16 Suppl 1:121-32. Epub: March 10. 2007. PMID: 17351824. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 2.037
Cook KF, Teal CR, Mahoney J, Engebretson J, Hart K, Robison-Wheelen S, Sherwood A. (January 2007) The Development and validation of the Patient Reported Impact of Spasticity Measure (PRISM). Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 44(3), 363-372. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 1.005
Cook KF, Taylor P, Dodd BG, Teal CR, & McHorney CA. (2007). Evidence-based practice for equating health status items: sample size and IRT model. Journal of Applied Measurement. 8(2), 175-189. PMID: 17440260.
Teal CR, Paterniti DA, Murphy CL, John DA, & Morgan RO. (Summer 2006) Medicare beneficiary knowledge: Measurement implications from a qualitative study. Health Care Financing Review, 27(4), 13-23. PMID: 17290655. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 1.027
Hart DL, Cook KF, Mioduski MS, Teal CR, Crane PK. (2006). Simulated computerized adaptive test for patients with shoulder impairments was efficient and produced valid measures of function. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 59, 290-298. PMID: 16488360. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 2.440
Cully JA, Gfeller JD, Heise RA, Ross MJ, Teal CR, Kunik ME. (2005). Geriatric depression, medical diagnosis, and functional recovery during acute rehabilitation. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 86, 2256-2260. PMID: 16344020. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 1.826
Morgan RO, Teal CR, Reddy S, Ford MF, Ashton CM. (2005). Measurement in Veterans Affairs health services research: Veterans as a special population. In “Measurement Challenges in Health Services Research: Population, Setting, and Methodology Considerations” (Supplement). Health Services Research, 40(5, Part II), 1573-1583. PMID: 16178996. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 2.254
Bernstein L, Teal CR, Joslyn S, Wilson J. (2003). Ethnicity-related variation in breast cancer risk factors. Cancer, January 1, 2003, 97(1) Supplement, 222-229. PMID: 12491485. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 4.582
Medvene LJ, Teal CR, & Slavich S (2000). Including the other in self: Implications for judgments of equity and satisfaction in close relationships. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 2000 Fall, 19(3), 396-419. ISI: 000089509400006. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 1.471
Jackson DL, Teal CR, Raines SJ, Nansel TJ, Force RC, & Burdsal CA (1999). The Dimensions of students’ perceptions of teaching effectiveness. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 59, 580-596. ISI: 000081382600002. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 0.921
Nansel TR, Raines SJ, Jackson DL, Teal CR, Force RC, Klingsporn MJ, & Burdsal CA (1998). A Survey of residential treatment centers’ outcome research practices. Residential Treatment for Children and Youth, 15(4), 45-59.
Medvene LJ & Teal CR (1997). Leaders’ ambivalence About reciprocity obligations in self help groups. Small Group Research, 28 (2), 302-322. ISI: A1997WY89800007. 2006 ISI Impact Factor = 0.661
Other full papers:
Teal CR on behalf of the Health Disparities Education, Awareness, Research and Training Consortium and the Health Disparities Index Working Group. (July 2006). “Final Report of Recommendations for Health Disparities Index Scope and Indicators.” As part of the HDI Initiative, the Working Group identified relevant public health indicators available from current DSHS databases and recommended methods for compilation into an index of state and community health disparities.
Teal CR & Burdsal, CA. (1998). “SPTE (Students Perceptions of Teaching Effectiveness) Technical Guide, V1.0” Social Science Research Lab, Wichita State University. A document to explain the factor analytic and other statistical techniques used to generate faculty feedback from students’ evaluations.
Teal CR & Burdsal, CA. (1996). “Results Interpretation Guide for the Students Perceptions of Teaching Effectiveness Inventory (SPTE), V1.0” Social Science Research Lab, Wichita State University. A guide for interpreting and using normative feedback.
Teal CR & Burdsal, CA. (1996). “SPTE (Students Perceptions of Teaching Effectiveness) Results Guide, V1.0” Social Science Research Lab, Wichita State University. A guide for reading profile (scale) and item by scale feedback.
Viruell-Fuentes, E.A., Morenoff, J., Williams, D.R., & House, J. (Under Revision). Su salud es… “regular”? Self-rated Health, Language of Interview, and the Other Latino Health Puzzle.
Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. & Schulz, A.J. (Forthcoming). Toward a Dynamic Conceptualization of Social Ties and Context: Implications for Understanding Immigrant and Latino Health. American Journal of Public Health.
Alegria, M., Mulvaney-Day, N. Woo, M., & Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. (Forthcoming) Psychology of Latino American Adults. In E.C. Chang and C.A. Downey (Eds.), Mental Health across Racial Groups: Lifespan Perspectives.
Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. (2007). Beyond Acculturation: Immigration, Discrimination, and Health Research among Mexicans in the United States. Social Science and Medicine, 65(7), 1524-1535.
Cacari Stone, L., Viruell-Fuentes, E.A., Acevedo-Garcia, D. (2007). Understanding the Socio-Economic, Health Systems & Policy Threats to Latino Health: Gaining New Perspectives for the Future. Californian Journal of Health Promotion, 5 (Special Issue on Health Disparities & Social Justice), 82-104.
Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. (2006). “My heart is always there”: The Transnational Practices of First-generation Mexican Immigrant and Second-generation Mexican American Women. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 13(3), 335-362.
Israel, B., Schulz, A.J., Estrada-Martinez, L., Zenk, S.N., Viruell-Fuentes, E.A., Villarruel, A., Stokes, C. (2006). Engaging Urban Residents in Assessing Neighborhood Environments and their Implications for Health. Journal of Urban Health, 83(3), 523-539.
Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. (2005). Mexican immigrant women making a life/re-making ethnicity: A critical inquiry into the “Latina/o Health Paradox”. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Michigan.
Metzler, M. M., Higgins, D. L., Beeker, C.G., Freudenberg, N., Lantz, P., Senturia, K.D., Eisinger, A.A., Viruell-Fuentes, E.A., Gheisar, B., Palermo, A., Softely, D. (2003). Addressing Urban Health in Detroit, New York, and Seattle through Community-based Participatory Research Partnerships. American Journal of Public Health, 93(5), 803-811.
Lantz, P.M., Viruell-Fuentes, E., Israel, B., Softley, D. & Guzman, R. (2001). Can Communities and Academia Work Together on Public Health Research? Evaluation Results from a Community-based Participatory Research Partnership in Detroit. Journal of Urban Health, 78(3), 495-507.
Bowleg, L., Wolfe, L.R., Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. & Smooth, W. (1999). Inaccessible Miracles? Women’s Access to HIV/AIDS Medications. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Tucker, J., Wolfe, L.R., Viruell-Fuentes, E.A. & Smooth, W. (1999). No More “Business as Usual”: Women of Color in Corporate America. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Viruell, E.A. & Wolfe, L.R. (1998). “Telling My Story” — Women with HIV Speak Out about Their Lives. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Viruell, E.A. & Wolfe, L.R. (1997). “We Know We’re Not Alone” — The Voices of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in the Metropolitan DC Area: A Content Analysis of Focus Groups with African American, Latina, and White Women. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies. Segui, N., Viruell, E.A. & Wolfe, L.R. (1996). Roundtable of Service Providers for Latinas with HIV/AIDS. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Viruell, E.A. & Wolfe, L.R. (1996). Women and the CARE Act. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Stoll, K.D., Viruell, E.A. & Ogu, C. (1995). WomanCARE — In Their Own Words: Women’s Programs and the Ryan White CARE Act. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Tucker, J., Viruell, E.A., & Wolfe, L.R. (1995). Workplace Cultures: A Reality Check — Listening to the Voices of Women of Color. Washington, DC: Center for Women Policy Studies.
Viruell, E.A. (1991). Social Networks of Hispanic Mothers: Implications for Practice. Unpublished Master’s Thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.