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Charles Barber

Sells D., Barber C. (in press). Homelessness and Mental Illness. Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia. Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Sells D., Barber C. (in press). Peer Support Groups. Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia. Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Barber C., Sells D., Klimczak M. (in press). Advocacy. Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia. Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Barber C., Sells D., Raven S. (in press). Recovery Movement. Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia, Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Barber, C. (2008). Comfortably numb: How psychiatry is medicating a nation. New York: Pantheon Books. Paperback issued by Vintage Books in 2009.

Barber, C. (2005). Songs from the black chair: A memoir of mental interiors. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Paperback issued by Bison Books in 2007.

Maruna, S., & Barber, C. (2011). Why Can’t Criminology Be More Like Psychiatry: Be Careful What You Ask For. What is Criminology? Oxford University Press.

Barber, C. (2010). The Weight of Spoons. American Lives: A Reader, Edited by Alicia Christiansen with introduction by Tobias Wolff. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.

Felix, A., Barber C., & Lesser, M.L. (2001). Serving Paroled Offenders with Mental Illness Who are Homeless— Collaboration between the Justice and Mental Health Systems. Forensic Mental Health: Working with Offenders with Mental Illness. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Barber, C. (2012). The Probationer’s Perspective on the Probation Officer-Probationer Relationship and Satisfaction with Probation. Federal Probation.

Barber, C. (2011). The Madness to Lead, (Book Review). The Wilson Quarterly.

Barber, C. (2010). Doctoring History, (Book Review). The Wilson Quarterly.

Barber, C. (2009). Are We That Miserable? Salon.

Barber, C. (2008-ongoing). Occasional blogger, The Huffington Post, Living Section.

Barber, C. (2008). The Nearly Impossible Profession, (book review). The Wilson Quarterly.

Barber, C. (2008). Our Serotonin, Our Selves. Psychotherapy Networker.

Barber, C. (2008). Drugged-Up Nation. The Nation.

Barber, C. (2008). A Landscape of Overmedication. Yale Magazine.

Barber, C. (2008). Listening to Patients, not Listening to Prozac. Lead Op-Ed, The Washington Post.

Barber, C. (2008). The Brain: A Mindless Obsession. Wilson Quarterly.

Barber, C. (2005). Songs from the Black Chair: When Shared Mental Anguish Yields Connection. Psychotherapy Networker.

Barber, C. (2005). The Psychotic Viking. Hartford Courant.

Barber, C. (2005). A Healing Journey, from Harvard to the Homeless Shelters. The New York Times.

Barber, C. (2008). The Medicated Americans. Scientific American Mind.

Barber, C. (2004). Songs from the Black Chair. The Bellevue Literary Review.

Barber, C. (2004). Hobo and Tramp Literature. Encyclopedia of Homelessness. London: Sage Publications.

Barber, C. (2003). Torture, Mental Illness, and Survival in a New York City Shelter: A Case Study. The Harvard Health Policy Review.


David Sells

Sells D., Martin R.B. (2001). Gender and modality differences in experiencing and emotional expression. Canadian Journal of Counselling, 35: 176-188.

Sells D., Rowe M., Fisk D., Davidson L. (2003). Violent victimization of persons with co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders. Psychiatric Services, 54: 1253-1257.

Shahar G., Chinman M., Sells D., Davidson L. (2003). An action model of community violence committed by patients with severe mental illness: The role of self-reported child abuse and suspiciousness-hostility. Psychiatry, 66: 42-52.

Davidson L., O’Connell M., Sells D., Staeheli M. (2003). Is there an outside to mental illness? In L. Davidson, Living Outside Mental Illness (pp. 31-60). New York: NY University Press.

Sells D., Topor A., Davidson L. (2004). Generating coherence out of chaos: Examples of the utility of empathic bridges in phenomenological research. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 35: 253-271.

Shahar G., Wisher A., Chinman M., Sells D., Kloos B., Tebes J.K., Davidson L. (2004). Trauma and adaptation in severe mental illness: The role of self-reported abuse and exposure to community violence. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation. 2004, 5: 29-47.

Sells D., Stayner D.A., Davidson L. (2004). Recovering the self in schizophrenia: An integrative review of qualitative studies. Psychiatric Quarterly, 75: 87-97.

Davidson L., Staeheli Lawless M., Stayner D., Sells D. (2004). Language, suffering, and the question of immanence: Toward a respectful phenomenological psychopathology. Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 35: 197-232.

Sells D., Andrés-Hyman R., Staeheli-Lawless M., Borg M., Topor A., Mezzina R., Marin I., Davidson L. (2005). Contexts and narratives of recovery. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8: 203-221.

Borg M., Sells D., Mezzina R., Marin I., Topor A., Davidson L. (2005). What makes a house a home: The role of material resources in recovery from severe mental illness. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8: 243-256.

Davidson L., Borg M., Marin I., Topor A., Mezzina R., Sells D. (2005). Processes of recovery in serious mental illness: Findings from a multi-national study. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8: 177-201.

Marin I., Mezzina R., Borg M., Topor A., Sells D., Davidson L. (2005). The person’s role in recovery. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8: 223-242.

Davidson L., Sells D., Lawless M.S. (2005). Introduction to Part I of the special issue. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 8: 175-176.

Davidson L., Sells D., Sangster S., O’Connell M. (2005). Qualitative studies of recovery: What can we learn from the person? In R. O. Ralph & P. W. Corrigan (Eds.), Recovery and Mental Illness: Consumer Visions and Research Paradigms (pp. 147-170). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Davidson L., Shahar G., Staeheli-Lawless M., Sells D., Tondora J. (2006). Play, pleasure, and other positive life events: “Non-specific” factors in recovery from mental illness? Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes. 2006, 69: 151-163.

Davidson L., Lawless M.S., Sells D. (2006). Introduction to Part II of the special issue. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9: 1-2.

Davidson L., Chinman M., Sells D., Rowe M. (2006). Peer support among adults with serious mental illness: A report from the field. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 32: 443-450.

Sells D., Borg M., Marin I., Mezzina R., Topor A., Davidson L. (2006). Arenas of recovery for persons with severe mental illness. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9: 3-16.

Mezzina R., Borg M., Marin I., Sells D., Topor A., Davidson L. (2006). From participation to citizenship: How to regain a role, a status, and a life in the process of recovery. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9: 39-61.

Topor A., Borg M., Mezzina R., Sells D., Marin I., Davidson L. (2006). Others: The role of family, friends, and professionals in the recovery process. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9: 17-37.

Mezzina R., Davidson L., Borg M., Marin I., Topor A., Sells D. (2006). The social nature of recovery: Discussion and implication for practice. American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 9: 63-80.

Styron T.H., O’Connell M., Smalley W., Rau D., Shahar G., Sells D., Frey J., Davidson L. (2006). Troubled youth in transition: An evaluation of Connecticut’s special services for individuals aging out of adolescent mental health programs. Children and Youth Services Review, 28: 1088-1101.

Sells D., Davidson L., Jewell C., Falzer P., Rowe M. (2006). The treatment relationship in peer-based and regular services for clients with severe mental illness. Psychiatric Services, 57: 1179-1184.

Rowe M., Bellamy C., Baranoski M., Wieland M., O’Connell M., Benedict P., Davidson L., Buchanan J., & Sells D. (2007). Reducing alcohol use, drug use, and criminality among persons with severe mental illness: Outcomes of a group- and peer-based intervention. Psychiatric Services, 58: 955-961.

Fisk D., Sells D., & Rowe M. (2007). Sober housing and motivational interviewing: The treatment access project. Journal of Primary Prevention, 28: 281-293.

Davidson L., Wieland M., Flanagan E., Sells D. (2007). Using qualitative methods in clinical research. In D. McKay (Ed.), Handbook of research methods in abnormal and clinical psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Sells D., Black R., Davidson L., & Rowe M. (2008). Beyond generic support: Incidence and impact of invalidation within peer-based and traditional treatment for clients with severe mental illness. Psychiatric Services, 59: 1322-1327.

Schmutte T., Flanagan E., Bedregal L., Ridgway P., Sells D., Styron T., & Davidson L. (2009). Self-efficacy and self-care: Missing ingredients in health and healthcare among adults with serious mental illnesses. Psychiatric Quarterly, 80: 1-8.

Sells D., Sledge W.H., Wieland M., Walden D., Flanagan E., Miller R., Davidson L. (2009). Cascading crises, resilience, and social support within the onset and development of multiple chronic conditions. Chronic Illness, 5: 92-102.

Rowe M., Benedict P., Sells D., Dinzeo T., Garvin C., Schwab L., Baranoski M., & Bellamy C. (2009). Citizenship, community, and recovery: A group- and peer-based intervention for persons with co-occurring disorders and criminal justice histories. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery, 4: 224-244.

Strauss J., Lawless M.S., Sells D. (2009). Becoming expert and understanding mental illness. Psychiatry, 72: 211-221.

Davidson L., White W., Sells D., Schmutte T., O’Connell M., Bellamy C., Rowe M. (2010). Enabling or engaging? The nature and role of recovery support services in addiction recovery. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 28: 391-416.

Sledge W.H., Lawless M., Sells D., Wieland M., O’Connell M., Davidson L. (2011). Effectiveness of peer support in reducing readmissions among people with multiple psychiatric hospitalizations. Psychiatric Services, 62: 541-544.

Sells D., Barber C. (in press). Homelessness and Mental Illness. Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia. Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Sells D., Barber C. (in press). Peer Support Groups. Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia. Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Barber C., Sells D., Klimczak M. (in press). Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia “Advocacy.” Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Barber C., Sells D., Raven S. (in press). Mental Health Care Issues in America: An Encyclopedia, “Recovery Movement.” Santa-Barbara: ABC-CLIO.


Michael Rowe

Rowe, M., & Baranoski, M. (2011). Citizenship, mental illness, and the criminal justice system. International journal of law and psychiatry34(4), 303-308.

Rowe, M., & Baranoski, M. (2000). Mental illness, criminality, and citizenship.JOURNAL-AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PSYCHIATRY AND THE LAW28, 262-264.

Rowe, M., Bellamy, C., Baranoski, M., Wieland, M., O’Connell, M., Benedict, P., … & Sells, D. (2007). A peer-support, group intervention to reduce substance use and criminality among persons with severe mental illness.Psychiatric Services58(7), 955-961.

Rowe, M., Benedict, P., Sells, D., Dinzeo, T., Garvin, C., Schwab, L., … & Bellamy, C. (2009). Citizenship, community, and recovery: a group-and peer-based intervention for persons with co-occurring disorders and criminal justice histories. Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery4(4), 224-244.

Rowe, M., Clayton, A., Benedict, P., Bellamy, C., Antunes, K., Miller, R., … & O’Connell, M. J. (2012). Going to the source: creating a citizenship outcome measure by community-based participatory research methods. Psychiatric Services63(5), 445-450.

Rowe, M., Fisk, D., Frey, J., & Davidson, L. (2002). Engaging persons with substance use disorders: lessons from homeless outreach. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research29(3), 263-273.

Rowe, M., Kloos, B., Chinman, M., Davidson, L., & Cross, A. B. (2001). Homelessness, mental illness and citizenship. Social policy & administration,35(1), 14-31.

Rowe, M., & Pelletier, J. F. (2012). Mental illness, criminality, and citizenship revisited. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online,40(1), 8-11.

Rowe M & Pelletier J-F. (2012). Citizenship: A Response to the Marginalization of People with Mental Illnesses. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 12 (4), 366-381.

Aggarwal N & Rowe M. (2013). The individual mandate, mental health parity, and the Obama health plan. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research.2011, 10.1007/s10488-011-0395-3 Rowe M. Alternatives to outpatient commitment. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the law, 41(3), 332-336

Clayton A, O’Connell M, Bellamy C, Benedict P, Rowe M. (2012). The citizenship project, part II: Impact of a citizenship intervention on clinical and community outcomes for persons with mental illness and criminal justice charges. American Journal of Community Psychology, 45 (2)


Preston Britner

Bloom, M., & Britner, P. A. (2012). Client-centered evaluation: New models for helping professionals. Boston: Pearson Education/Allyn & Bacon.

Kearney, J., Britner, P. A., Farrell, A. F., & Robinson, J. (2011). Mothers’ resolution of their young children’s psychiatric diagnoses: Associations with child, parent, and relationship characteristics. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 42(3), 334-348.

Farrell, A. F., Britner, P. A., Guzzardo, M., & Goodrich, S. (2010). Supportive housing for families in child welfare: Client characteristics and their outcomes at discharge. Children and Youth Services Review, 32(2), 145-154.

Marvin, R. S., & Britner, P. A. (2008). Normative development: The ontogeny of attachment. In J. Cassidy & P. Shaver (Eds.), Handbook of attachment theory and research (2nd ed.) (pp.269-294). New York: The Guilford Press.

Russell, B. S., Britner, P. A., & Woolard, J. L. (2007). The promise of primary prevention home visiting programs: A review of potential outcomes. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 34, 129-147.

Britner, P. A., Balcazar, F. E., Blechman, E. A., Blinn-Pike, L., & Larose, S. (2006). Mentoring special youth populations. Special issue on mentoring. Journal of Community Psychology, 34(6), 747-763.

Britner, P. A., Marvin, R. S., & Pianta, R. C. (2005). Development and preliminary validation of the caregiving behavior system: Association with child attachment classification in the preschool Strange Situation. Attachment & Human Development, 7(1), 83-102.

Britner, P. A., & Mossler, D. (2002). Professionals’ decision-making about out-of-home placements following instances of child abuse. Child Abuse & Neglect: The International Journal, 26 (4), 317-332.


Lisa Dierker

Striegel-Moore, R.H., Rosselli, F. Holtzman, N., Dierker, L. Becker, A.E., Swaney, G. (in press), Behavioral Symptoms of Eating Disorders in Native Americans: Results from the Add Health Survey Wave III. International Journal of Eating Disorders.

Dierker, L., Rose, J., Donny, E., Tiffany, S. (2011). Alcohol Use as a Signal for Sensitivity to Nicotine Dependence: Cross-sectional findings from a Nationally Representative Sample of Recent Onset Smokers. Addictive Behaviors, 36(4), 421-426.

Tan, X., Dierker, L., Rose, J, Li, R. TERN (2011) How Spacing of Data Collection May Impact Estimates of Substance Use Trajectories, Substance Use and Misuse, 46 (6):758-68.

Dierker, L., Rose, J., Tan, X., Li, R. (2010) Uncovering Multiple Pathways to Substance Use: A comparison of methods for identifying population subgroups. Journal of Primary Prevention, 31(5): 33-348.

Rose, J.S, Dierker, L (2010). DSM-IV Nicotine Dependence Symptom Characteristics for Recent Onset Smokers. Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 12(3) 278-286.

Rose, J.S., Dierker, L. (2010). An Item Response Theory Analysis of Nicotine Dependence Symptoms in Recent Onset Adolescent Smokers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 110 (1-2), 70-79.

Dierker, L., Mermelstein, R. (2010) Early Emerging Nicotine Dependence Symptoms: A signal of propensity for chronic smoking behavior among adolescents. The Journal of Pediatrics, 156(5):818-22.

Degenhardt, L., Dierker, L., Chiu, WT, Medina‐Mora, M.E., Neumark, Y., Sampson, N., Alonso, J., Angermeyer, M., Anthony, J.C., Bruffaerts, R., de Girolamo, G., de Graaf, R., Gureje, O., Karam, AN., Kostyuchenko, S., Lee, S., Lépine, J.P., Levinson, D., Nakamura, Y., Posada‐Villa, J., Stein, D., Wells, E., Kessler, R. (2010) Evaluating the drug use “gateway” theory using cross‐national data: Consistency and associations of the order of initiation of drug use among participants in the WHO World Mental Health Surveys. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 108 (1-2), 84-97.

Rose, J.S, Dierker, L and Donny, E. (2010) Nicotine Dependence Symptoms among Recent Onset Adolescent Smokers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 106; 126–132.

Glantz, M, Anthony, J.C., Berglund, P.A., Degenhardt, L., Dierker, L., Kalaydjian, A., Merikangas, K.R., Ruscio, A.M., Swendsen, J., Kessler, R.C. (2009). Mental disorders as risk factors for later substance dependence: estimates of optimal prevention and treatment benefits. Psychological Medicine, 39(8), pp.1365-1377.

Merikangas, K, Swendsen, Conway, K, Febo, V. Dierker, L., Brunetto, W., Stolar, M,, Caninno, G. (2009). Substance Use and Behavior Disorders in Puerto Rican Youth: A Migrant Family Study. Journal of Epidemiology and Public Health, 63(4), pp. 310-316.

Swendsen, J., Conway, KP, Degenhardt, L, Dierker, L., Glantz, M., Jin, R., Merikangas, KR, Sampson, N. and Kessler, RC, (2009). Sociodemographic Risk Factors for Alcohol and Drug Dependence: The 10-year Follow-up of the National Comorbidity Survey. Addiction, 47(6), pp. 629-634.

Kalaydjian, A., Swendsen, J., Chiu, W.T., Dierker, L., Degenhardt, L., Glantz, M., Merikangas, K.R., Sampson, N., Kessler, R.C. (2009). Sociodemographic predictors of transitions across stages of alcohol use, disorders and remission in the National Comorbidity Survey Replication. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 50(4), pp. 299-306

Frosch, Z.A*., Dierker, L., Rose, J.S., and Waldinger, R.J. (2009) Smoking Trajectories, Health, and Mortality across the Adult Lifespan. Addictive Behaviors. 34 (8), 701-704.

Sledjeski, E. M., Dierker, L.C., Bird, H.R. & Canino, G. (2009). Predicting child maltreatment among Puerto Rican children from migrant and non-migrant families. Child Abuse & Neglect, 33: 382-392.

Dierker, L., Marshall, S.*, Sledjeski, E., Johnson, S.* (2009). Substance Parity Laws and the Detection and Treatment of Substance Use Problems among Adolescents in Mental Health Care. Journal of Dual Diagnosis. 5: 2-13.

Degenhardt, L., Chiu, W. T., Dierker, L., Glantz, M., Kalaydjian, A., Merikangas, K., Sampson, N., Swendsen, J., & Kessler, R. (2009). Does the “gateway” matter? Associations between the order of drug use initiation and the development of drug dependence in the National Comorbidity Study Replication. Psychological Medicine. 39:157-167.

Sweitzer, M., Donny, E., Dierker, L., Flory, J., de Wit, H., Manuck, S. (2008) Delay discounting and smoking: Association with nicotine dependence but not cigarettes smoked per day. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 10(10), 1571-1575.

Costello, D., Dierker, L.C., Jones, B.L., Rose, J.S. (2008). Trajectories of smoking from adolescence to early adulthood and their psychosocial risk factors. Health Psychology.27 (6), 811-818.

Dierker, L., He, J., Kalaydjian, A., Swendsen, J., Degenhardt, L., Glantz, M., Conway, M., Anthony, J., Chiu, WT, Sampson, N., Kessler, R, Merikangas, K. (2008). The Importance of Timing of Transitions for Risk of Regular Smoking and Nicotine Dependence. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. 36, 87-92.

Swendsen, J., Anthony, JC, Conway, KP, Degenhardt, L, Dierker, L., Glantz, M., He, J. Kalaydjian, A., Kessler, RC, Sampson, N, Merikangas, KR (2008). Improving targets for the prevention of drug use disorders: Sociodemographic predictors of transitions across drug use stages in the national comorbidity survey replication. 47, 629-634.

Sledjeski, E.M., Speisman, B.*, Dierker, L. (2008) Does number of lifetime traumas explain the relationship between PTSD and chronic medical conditions? Answers from the National Comorbidity Survey-Replication (NCS-R). Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 31, 341-349.

Pisetsky, E., Chao Y., Dierker, L. May, A., Striegel-Moore, R. (2008). Disordered eating and substance use in high school students: Results from the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System. International Journal of Eating Disorders. 41, 464-470.

Dierker, L., Donny, E. (2008). The role of psychiatric disorders in the relationship between cigarette smoking and DSM-IV nicotine dependence among young adults. Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 10(3):439-46.

Sledjeski, E., Dierker, L., Brigham, R. Breslin, E. (2008). The use of risk assessment to predict recurrent maltreatment: A classification and regression tree analysis. Prevention Science. 9, 28-37.

Chao, Y., Pisetsky, E, Dierker, L., Dohm, FA, Rosselli, F., May, A., Striegel-Moore, R. (2008) Ethnic differences in weight control practices among U.S. adolescents from 1995 to 2005. International Journal of Eating Disorders. 41(2), 124-133.

Costello, D., Swendsen, J., Rose, J.S., Dierker L. (2008). Risk and protective factors associated with trajectories of depressed mood from adolescence to early adulthood. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.76(2), 173-183.

Dierker, L., Stolar, M., Richardson, E., Tiffany, S., Flay, B., Collins, L., Nichter, M., Nichter, M., Bailey, S., Clayton, R., TERN (2008). Tobacco, alcohol and marijuana use among first year U.S. college students: A time series analysis. Substance Use and Misuse. 43(5), 680-699.

Tiffany, S., Agnew, C. Maylath, N., Dierker, L., Flaherty, B. Richardson, E., Blaster, R. Segress, M., Clayton, R., TERN (2007). Smoking in College Freshmen: The University Project of the Tobacco Etiology Research Network (UpTERN). Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 9(S4), S611 – S625.

Dierker, L., Sledjeski, E., Botello-Harbaum, M., Ramirez, R., Chavez, L., Canino, G. (2007). Association between psychiatric disorders and smoking stages within a representative clinic sample of Puerto Rican adolescents. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 48, 237-244.

Richardson, ER, Perrine, N., Dierker, L., Kelley, ML (2007) Characteristics and functions of selfmutilation in a community sample. Psychological Medicine, 37, 1183-1192.

Costello, D., Dierker, L., Sledjeski, E., Flaherty, B., Flay, B., Shiffman, S., TERN (2007). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Nicotine Dependence Syndrome Scale in an American college sample of light smokers. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 9(8), 811-819.

Donny, E. and Dierker, L. (2007). The absence of DSM-IV nicotine dependence in moderate-to-heavy daily smokers. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 89(1), 93-96.

Sledjeski, E. Dierker, L., Costello, D., Shiffman, S. Donny, E., Flay, B., TERN (2007). Predictive validity of four nicotine dependence measures in a college sample. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 87, 10-19.

Dierker, L., Vesel, F., Sledjeski, E.M., Costello, D., Perrine, N. (2007). Testing the dual pathway hypothesis to substance use in adolescence and young adulthood. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 87, 83-93.

Dierker, L., Donny, E., Tiffany, S., Colby, SM, Perrine, N., Clayton, R., TERN (2007). The association between cigarette smoking and DSM-IV nicotine dependence among first year college students. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 86, 106-114.

Conway, K., Swendsen, J., Dierker, L., Canino, G., Merikangas, K. (2007). Psychiatric comorbidity and acculturation stress among Puerto Rican substance abusers. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 32(6S), S219-S225.

Dierker, L., Canino, G., Merikangas, K. (2006). Association between parental and individual psychiatric/substance use disorders and smoking stages among Puerto-Rican adolescents. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 84, 144-153.

Dierker, L., Richardson, E., Stolar, M., Flay, B., Tiffany, S., Collins, L., Bailey, S., Nichter, M., Nichter, M., Clayton, R. (2006). The proximal association between smoking and drinking among first year college students. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 81, 1-9.

Dierker, L., Ramirez, R., Chavez, L., Canino, G. (2005). Association between psychiatric disorders and smoking stages among Latino adolescents. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 80, 361-368.

Dierker, L., Solomon, T., Johnson, P., Smith, S., Farrell, A. (2004) Characteristics of urban and nonurban youth enrolled in a statewide system of care initiative. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. 12(4), 236-246.

Dierker, L., Avenevoli, S., Goldberg, A., Glantz, M. (2004) Defining subgroups of adolescents at risk for experimental and regular smoking. Prevention Science. 5(3) 169-181.

Luby, J.L. Heffelfinger, A., Measelle, J. Ablow, J.C., Essex, M. Dierker, L., Harrington, R, Kraemer, H.C. Kupfer, D.J. (2002). Differential performance of the MacArthur HBQ vs. DISC-IV in identifying DSM-IV internalizing psychopathology in young children. Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 41(4), 458-466.

Dierker, L., Avenevoli, S., Stolar, M., Merikangas, K. (2002). Smoking and depression: An examination of mechanisms of comorbidity. American Journal of Psychiatry. 159(6) 947-953.

Pollock R, Carter A, Avenevoli, S., Dierker L, Chazan-Cohen R, Merikangas K.R. (2002) Anxiety sensitivity in adolescents at risk for psychopathology. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.; 31(3) 343-353.

Dierker, L., Avenevoli, S., Flaherty, B. Stolar, M., Merikangas, K. (2001). Association between psychiatric disorders and the progression of tobacco use behaviors. Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 40(10) 1159-1167.

Dierker, L., Merikangas, K.R. (2001) Familial psychiatric illness and post-traumatic stress disorder: Findings from a family study of substance abuse and anxiety disorders. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 62(9) 715-720.2

Dierker, L., Albano, AM, Clarke, G. Heimberg, R., Kendall, P, Merikangas, K, Lewinsohn, P. Offord, D., Kessler, R. and Kupfer, D. (2001). Screening for anxiety and depression in early adolescence. Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 40(8) 929-936.3

Avenevoli, S., Stolar, M., Li, J., Dierker, L., Merikangas, K. (2001). Comorbidity of depression in children and adolescents: Models and evidence from a prospective high-risk family study. Biological Psychiatry, 49(12) 1071-1081.

Dierker, L., Nargiso, J., Wiseman R., and Hoff, D. (2001) Factors predicting attrition within a community initiated system of care. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 10(3) 367-383.

Dierker, L., Merikangas, K.R. & Szatmari, P. (1999). Influence of parental concordance for psychiatric disorders on psychopathology in offspring. Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38(3) 280-288.

Merikangas, K.R., Avenevoli, S., Dierker, L., Grillon, C. (1999). Vulnerability factors among children at risk for anxiety disorders. Biological Psychiatry, 46, 1523-1535.

Ablow, J. C., Measelle, J. R., Kraemer, H. C., Harrington, R., Luby, J., Smider, N., Dierker, L., Clark, V., Dubika, B., Heffelfinger, A., Essex, M. J., & Kupfer, D. J. (1999). The MacArthur Three-City Outcome Study: Evaluating multi-informant measures of young children’s symptomatology. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38(12) 1580-1590.

Grillon,C., Merikangas,K.R., Dierker, L., Snidman,N., Arriaga, RI, Kagan, J., Donzella,B., Dikel, T., & Nelson, C. (1999) Startle potentiation by threat of aversive stimuli and darkness in adolescents: A multi-site study. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 32, 63-73.

Grillon, C., Dierker, L. & Merikangas, KR (1998). Fear-potentiated startle in adolescent offspring with a parental history of anxiety disorders. Biological Psychiatry. 44(10) 990-997.

Merikangas, KR, Dierker, L. & Szatmari, P. (1998). Psychopathology among offspring of parents with substance abuse and/or anxiety: A high risk study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 39 (5), 711-720.

Dierker, L., Merikangas, K. & Essau, C. (1997) Substance use disorders. In C.A. Essau & F. Petermann (eds), Developmental Psychopathology: Epidemiology, diagnostics and treatment. Harwood Academic Publishers, London.

Merikangas, K.R., Dierker, L. and Fenton, B. (1997) Familial factors and substance abuse: Implications for prevention. In Drug Abuse Prevention Through Family Intervention. National Institute of Drug Abuse monograph.

Grillon C., Dierker, L. Merikangas, K.R. (1997) Startle modulation in children at risk for anxiety disorders and/or alcoholism. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 36:7, 925-932.

Dierker, L. & Sanders, B. (1996-97) Developmental and individual differences in children’s ability todistinguish reality from fantasy. Imagination, Cognition and Personality, 16(1) 25-49.

Dierker, L., Davis, K., & Sanders, B. (1995). The imaginary companion: An analysis of personalitycorrelates and developmental antecedents. Dissociation, 8(4), 220-228.

Sanders, B., Lattimore, C., Smith, K., and Dierker, L.(1994) Forced single-nostril breathing and cognition. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 79, 1499-1506.


Jennifer Rose

Selya AS, Wakschlag LS, Dierker LC, Rose JS, Hedeker D, Mermelstein RJ. Exploring alternate processes contributing to the association between maternal smoking and the smoking behavior among young adult offspring Nicotine Tob Res. 2013 Jun 12. [Epub ahead of print]

Dierker L, Selya A, Piasecki T, Rose J, Mermelstein R. (2013) Alcohol problems as a signal for sensitivity to nicotine dependence and future smoking. Drug Alcohol Depend. 132(3):688-93

Rose JS, Dierker LC, Hedeker D, Mermelstein R. (2013) An integrated data analysis approach to investigating measurement equivalence of DSM nicotine dependence symptoms. Drug Alcohol Depend. 129(1-2):25-32.

Selya AS, Dierker LC, Rose JS, Hedeker D, Tan X, Li R, Mermelstein RJ. (2013). Time-varying effects of smoking quantity and nicotine dependence on adolescent smoking regularity. Drug Alcohol Depend.128(3):230-7.

Zhan W, Dierker LC, Rose JS, Selya A, Mermelstein RJ. (2012) The natural course of nicotine dependence symptoms among adolescent smokers. Nicotine Tob Res. (12):1445-52.

Rose JS, Lee CT, Dierker LC, Selya AS, Mermelstein RJ. (2012) Adolescent nicotine dependence symptom profiles and risk for future daily smoking. Addict Behav. 37(10):1093-100.

Selya SA, Dierker LC, Rose JS, Hedeker D, Mermelstein RJ. (2012) Risk factors for adolescent smoking: parental smoking and the mediating role of nicotine dependence. Drug Alcohol Depend. 124(3):311-8.

Selya AS, Rose JS, Dierker LC, Hedeker D, Mermelstein RJ. (2012) A practical guide to calculating Cohen’s f(2), a measure of local effect size, from PROC MIXED. Front Psychol. 3:111.


Anne Farrell

Farrell, A.F., Britner, P.A., Guzzardo, M., & Goodrich, S. (Accepted). Supportive housing for families in child welfare: Client characteristics and their outcomes at discharge. Children and Youth Services Review, 31.

Farrell, A.F. (2009). Validating family centeredness in early intervention evaluation. Infants & Young Children, 22(4), 238-252.

Farrell, A.F., O’Sullivan, C., & Quinn, L. (2009). Parent perspectives on early childhood assessment: A focus group inquiry. Early Childhood Services, 3, 61-76.

Myers, D.M., & Farrell, A.F. (2008). Reclaiming lost opportunities: Applying public health models in juvenile justice. Children and Youth Services Review, 30, 1159-1177.

Towle, P., Farrell, A.F., & Vitalone-Raccaro, N. (2008). Guidelines for writing user-friendly, strength-based early intervention evaluation reports. Zero to Three, 28, 53-60.

Farrell, A.F. (2008). School-wide Positive Behavior Supports: Interlacing universal, targeted and individualized approaches. In R.W. Christner & R.B. Mennuti (Eds.), School-Based Mental Health: A practitioner’s guide to comparative practices (pp. 87-124). London: Taylor & Francis.

Crimmins, D.B., Farrell, A.F., Smith, P.W., & Bailey, A. (2007). Positive Strategies for Students with Problem Behaviors. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishers.

Farrell, A., & Crimmins, D. (2007). Coping with disaster: Helping children with cognitive disabilities. Impact, 20, 14-15.

Crimmins, D., & Farrell, A.F. (2006). Individualized behavioral supports at 15 years: It’s still lonely at the top. Research for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 31, 31-45.

Hemmeter, M.L., Santos, R., Snyder, P., Hyson, M., Harris-Solomon, A., Bailey, D., Farrell, A. Bricker, D., & Fewell, R. (2005). Young children with, or at risk for, developmental disabilities. In K.C. Lakin & A. Turnbull (Eds.), National Goals and Research for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (pp. 15-37). Washington, DC: American Association on Mental Retardation.

Accardo, P., Whitman, Behr, S.K., Farrell, A., Magenis, E., & Morrow-Gorton, J. , Eds. (2002). Dictionary of developmental disabilities terminology, Second edition. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishers.


Shadd Maruna

Maruna, S. (2011). Reentry as a Rite of Passage. Punishment & Society, 13(1), 3-27.

Maruna, S. (2011). Lessons for Justice Reinvestment from Restorative Justice and the Justice Model Experience: Some Tips for an 8-year-old Prodigy. Criminology & Public Policy, 10, 661-669.

Maruna, S. (2011). “Why do they hate us? Making peace between psychology and prisoners.” International Journal of Offender Treatment & Comparative Criminology, 55, 671-675.

Maruna, S. (2011). Judicial Rehabilitation and the ‘Clean Bill of Health’ in Criminal Justice. European Journal of Probation, 3(1), 97-117.

K. Hayward, S. Maruna & J. Mooney (Eds.) (2010) Fifty Key Thinkers in Criminology. London: Routledge.

Maruna, S. (2001). Making Good: How Ex-Convicts Reform and Rebuild Their Lives. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Books.

Maruna, S. & Immarigeon, R. (Eds.) (2004). After Crime and Punishment: Pathways to Ex-Offender Reintegration. Cullompton: Willan Books.

Liebling, A. & Maruna, S. (Eds.) (2005). The Effects of Imprisonment. Cullompton: Willan Books.

Ward , T. & Maruna, S. (2007). Rehabilitation: Beyond the Risk-Paradigm. Key Ideas in Criminology Series (Tim Newburn, Series Ed.). London: Routledge

Burnett, R. & Maruna, S. (2004). Prisoners as Citizens’ Advisors: The OxCAB-HMP Springhill Partnership and its Wider Implications. London: Esmee Fairbairn.

Gormally, B., Maruna, S., & McEvoy, K. (2007). Politically-Motivated Former Prisoners and Their Families: Thematic Evaluation of Funded Projects. Monaghan, Ireland: Border Action.

Maruna, S. & Roy, K. (2007). Amputation or Reconstruction: Notes on ‘Knifing Off’ and Desistance from Crime. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 23, 104-124.

Maruna, S. & Matravers, A. (2007). N=1: Criminology and the Person. Theoretical Criminology, 11, 427-442.

Maruna, S. (2007). The Probation Story: One Hundred Years of Probation in the Media. Vista: Perspectives on Probation, 11, 113-119.

Maruna, S. (2006). Who Owns Resettlement? Towards Restorative Re-Integration. British Journal of Community Justice, 4 (2), 23-33.

Maruna, S. & Mann, R. (2006). Fundamental Attribution Errors? Re-Thinking Cognitive Distortions. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 11, 155-177.

Maruna, S., Wilson, L. & Curran, K. (2006). Why God is often found behind bars: Prison Conversion and the Crisis of Self-Narrative. Research in Human Development, 3, 161 – 184.

Burnett, R. & Maruna, S. (2006). The Kindness of Prisoners: Strength-based Resettlement in Theory and in Action. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 6, 83-106.

Padfield, N. & Maruna, S. (2006). The Revolving Door: Exploring the Rise in Recalls to Prison. Criminology and Criminal Justice, 6, 329-352.

Tifft, L., Maruna, S., & Elliot, E. (2006). The State of Criminology in the 21st Century: A Penal Roundtable. Contemporary Justice Review, 9, 387-400.

Maruna, S. & Copes, H. (2005). What Have We Learned in Five Decades of Neutralization Research? Crime and Justice: A Review of Research, 32, 221-320.

Maruna, S. (2004). Desistance and Explanatory Style: A New Direction in the Psychology of Reform. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice, 20, 184-200.

Maruna, S., LeBel, T., Mitchel, N. & Naples, M. (2004). Pygmalion in the Reintegration Process: Desistance from Crime through the Looking Glass. Psychology, Crime and Law, 10 (3), 271-281.

Maruna, S., Matravers, A. & King, A. (2004). Disowning our Shadow: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Understanding Punitive Public Attitudes. Deviant Behavior, 25, 277-299.

Maruna, S., Porter, L. & Carvalho, I. (2004). The Liverpool Desistance Study and Probation Practice: Opening the Dialogue. Probation Journal, 51, 221-232.

Burnett, R. & Maruna, S. (2004). So ‘Prison Works’ – Does It? The Criminal Careers of 130 Men Released from Prison under Home Secretary Michael Howard. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 43, 390-404.

Farrall, S. & Maruna, S. (2004). Desistance-Focused Criminal Justice Policy Research. Howard Journal of Criminal Justice, 43, 358-367.

Matravers, A. & Maruna, S. (2004). Modern Penalty and Psychoanalysis. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, 7 (2), 118-144.

Schaefer, B.M., Friedlander, M.L., Blustein, D.L. & Maruna, S. (2004). The Work Lives of Child Sex Offenders: A Phenomenological Perspective. Journal of Counselling Psychology, 51, 226-240.

Maruna, S. & Farrall, S. (2003). Desistance From Crime: A Theoretical Reformulation, Koelner Zeitrschrift fuer Soziologie und Socialpsychologie, 43, 171-194.

Maruna, S. & LeBel, T. (2003). Welcome Home? Examining the Reentry Court Concept from a Strengths-based Perspective. Western Criminology Review, 4 (2) 91-107.

Maruna, S. (1999). Desistance and Development: The Psychosocial Process of ‘Going Straight.’ British Society of Criminology Conference Selected Proceedings, 2, 1-25 (an accredited refereed journal ISSN 1464-4088).

Lewis, D.A. & Maruna, S. (1998). Person-Centered Policy Analysis. Research in Public Policy Analysis and Management, 9, 213-230.

Maruna, S. (1997). Going Straight: Desistance from Crime and Self-Narratives of Reform. Narrative Study of Lives, 5, 59-97.

Maruna, S. (1991). See No Evil: Using Prostitution Statutes in the Prosecution of Pornographers. Illinois State Law Review, 2, 1-32.

Maruna, S. (2007). Review of ‘Rethinking Rehabilitation’. Punishment and Society, 9, 333-337.

Maruna, S. (2007). Review of ‘Crime, Punishment, and the Search for Order in Ireland. British Journal of Criminology, 47, 980-982.

Dean, C., Mann, R. Milner, R., & Maruna, S. (2007). Changing Child Sexual Abusers Cognitions (pp. 116-134). In T. A. Gannon, T. Ward, A. R. Beech & D. Fisher (Eds.) Aggressive Offenders’ Cognition: Theory, Research and Practice. Chicester, UK: Wiley.

Maruna, S. (2007). “After Prison — What?: The Ex-Prisoner’s Struggle to Desist from Crime” in Y. Jewkes (Ed.) Handbook on Prisons (pp. 650-671). Cullomptom, UK: Willan.
Maruna, S. (2006). Review of ‘In their own words: Criminals on Crime.’ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 39 (2), 268-283.

Crewe, B. & Maruna, S. (2006). “Life Narratives and Fieldwork Methodology” (pp.109-123) in D. Hobbs and R. Wright (Eds.) The Handbook of Fieldwork. London: Sage.

Maruna, S. (2006). “Desistance from Crime” (pp.120-123) in E. McLaughlin and J. Muncie (Eds.) The Sage Dictionary of Criminology (2nd Ed.). London: Sage.

Maruna, S. (2006). Will the move to unpaid work ‘please all’ or ‘please none’? Howard League Magazine, 24 (2), 15-17.

Maruna, S. (2006). “Saying Sorry or Making Things Right?: From Passive to Active Responsibility in Work with Young Offenders.” In M. Tansey (Ed.) Re-Integration of Offenders. Dublin: ACJRD.

Murray, J., Cheliotis, L. K., & Maruna, S. (2006). Social factors and crime. In M. Parker (Ed.) Dynamic Security: The Democratic Therapeutic Community in Prison (pp. 23-36). London: Jessica Kingsley.

Harris, N. & Maruna, S. (2005). “Shame, Shaming and Restorative Justice: A Critical Appraisal” (pp.452-462) in D. Sullivan and L. Tifft (Eds.) Handbook of Restorative Justice: A Global Perspective. London: Routledge.

Maruna, S. (2005). Rehabilitation as ‘Waste Management:’ Autobiographical Reconstruction and Desistance from Crime. NOTA News, 51, 2-5.
King, A. & Maruna, S. (2005). “The Function of Fiction for the Punitive Public” (pp.16-30) in P. Mason (Ed.) Captured by the Media. Cullompton: Willan.

Maruna, S. & Toch, H. (2005). “The Impact of Incarceration on the Desistance Process” (pp.139-178) in J. Travis and C. Visher (Eds.) Prisoner Reentry and Public Safety in America. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Maruna, S. & Butler, M. (2005). “Phenomenology” in K. Kempf-Leonard (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Social Measurement (Vol.3). Oxford: Elsevier Science.

Liebling, A. & Maruna, S. (2005). “The Effects of Im
King, A. & Maruna, S. (2005). “Vigilante Violence” in R. Wright and J.M. Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminology. London: Routledge (Taylor & Francis).

Maruna, S. (2005). “Neutralization / Drift Theory” in R. Wright and J.M. Miller (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Criminology. London: Routledge (Taylor & Francis).

Maruna, S. & King, A. (2004). “Public Opinion and Community Penalties” in T. Bottoms, S. Rex & G. Robinson (Eds.) Alternatives to Prison: Options for an Insecure Society. Cullompton: Willan.

Maruna, S. (2004). “California Dreamin’: Are We Heading Toward a National Offender ‘Waste Management’ Service?” Criminal Justice Matters, 56, 6-7.

Maruna, S. (2004). “Is Rationalization Good for the Soul? Resisting ‘Responsiblization’ in Corrections and the Courts” (pp.179-199) in B. Arrigo (Ed.) Psychological Jurisprudence. Albany, NY: SUNY Press.

Maruna, S. & Ramsden, D. (2004). “Living to tell the Tale: Redemption Narratives, Shame Management and Offender Rehabilitation” (pp.129-151) in A. Lieblich, D.P. McAdams & J. Josselson (Eds.) Healing Plots: The Narrative Basis of Psychotherapy. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Maruna, S., Immarigeon, R. & LeBel, T. (2004). “Ex-Offender Reintegration: Theory and Practice” (pp.1-25) in S. Maruna & R. Immarigeon (Eds.) After Crime and Punishment: Pathways to Ex-Offender Reintegration. Cullompton: Willan Books.

Maruna, S. & LeBel, T. (2004). The Emergence of a Strength-based Approach in Reentry Programming. Offender Programs Report, 7 (5), 53-64.

Maruna, S., LeBel, T. & Lanier, C. (2004). “Generativity Behind Bars: Some ‘Redemptive Truth’ about Prison Society” (pp.131-152) in E. de St. Aubin, D. McAdams & T. Kim (Eds.) The Generative Society. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Maruna, S. & LeBel, T. (2004). Assessing Reentry Courts. Offender Program Report, 7 (6), 71-84.
Maruna, S. (2004). Feature Article: What’s Love got to do with it? Safer Society: The Journal of Crime Reduction and Community Safety, 22, 12-14.

Maruna, S. & LeBel, T. (2004). A Strength-based Reentry Court. Offender Programs Report, 8 (1), 1-12.
Maruna, S. (2003). Edwin M. Lemert’s Contributions to Social Psychology. Contemporary Psychology, 48 (2).

Maruna, S. (2003). Review of ‘Restorative Justice: Healing the Foundations of our everyday Lives.’ British Journal of Criminology, 43 (1).

Maruna, S. (2003). Review of ‘Critical Criminology: Issues, Debates, Challenges.’ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology, 36 (1).

Maruna, S. & LeBel, T. (2002). “Revisiting Ex-Prisoner Re-Entry: A New Buzzword in Search of a Narrative” in S. Rex & M. Tonry (Eds.) Reform and Punishment: The Future of Sentencing. Devon, UK: Willan.
Maruna, S. (2002). “In the Shadows of Community Justice” in D. Karp & T. Clear (Eds.) What is Community Justice? Case Studies of Restorative and Community Justice. Boston, MA: Pine Forge.

Maruna, S. (2002). The Prisoner’s Beatitude. Relational Justice, 14.
Maruna, S. & LeBel, T. (2002). The Science and Politics of Offender Treatment, Round Two. Contemporary Psychology, 47.

Maruna, S. (2002). Review of ‘States of Denial.’ Criminal Justice, 2 (3).

Maruna, S. (2000). Desistance and Rehabilitation: A Tale of Two Literatures. Offender Programs Report, 4 (1).

Maruna, S. (2000). Examining the Heart and Minds of Inmates. Contemporary Psychology, 45.

Maruna, S. (2000). “Criminology, Desistance and the Psychology of the Stranger” (pp.287-320) in D. Canter & L.J. Alison (Eds.) The Social Psychology of Crime. Aldershot, UK: Dartmouth.

McAdams, D.P., Hart, H. & Maruna, S. (1998). “The Anatomy of Generativity” (pp.7-43) in D.P. Adams & E. de St. Aubin (Eds.) Generativitiy and Adult Development. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.

Lewis, D.A. & Maruna, S. (1995). “The Politics of Education” in V. Gray & H. Jacob (Eds.) Politics in the American States (6th Ed.). Boston: Scott, Foresman / Little, Brown Higher Education.


Beth Merenstein

Merenstein, Beth. Forthcoming. “Discrimination and Migration.” Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration.

Merenstein, Beth and Ben Tyson, Brad Tilles, Aileen Keays, Lyndsay Ruffolo. 2011. “Affecting the Efficacy of Programs for Children with Incarcerated Parents.” The Journal of Correctional Education, 62 (3):166-174.
Merenstein, Beth. 2011. Book Review: “Multiracial Americans and Social Class: The Influence of Social Class on Racial Identity.” Teaching Sociology, 39 (2): 214-216.

Merenstein, Beth. 2008. Immigrants and Modern Racism: Reproducing Inequality. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner.

Merenstein, Beth and Joel Merenstein. 2008. “Saying Good-Bye to a Family Doctor: Patients’ Reflections on their Retiring Family Doctor.” Journal of American Board of Family Medicine. 21: 461-465.

Merenstein, Beth. 2008. “Health, Immigrants.” in Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society, edited by Richard Schaefer, Sage Publications.

Merenstein, Beth. 2008. “Black-Jewish Relationships.” in Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society, edited by Richard Schaefer, Sage Publications.

Merenstein, Beth, and Donald Levy. 2005. “Working with Stories: An Active Learning Approach to Theories of Deviance.” Teaching Sociology, 33 (1): 66-73.

Merenstein, Beth. 2001. “Immigrants and Health.” Pp. 710-716 in Encyclopedia of American Immigration, edited by James Ciment. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, Inc.

Merenstein, Beth. 2001. “Theoretical Overview and Multidisciplinary Approach to Minority Identity Formation.” Araucaria: Revista Iberoamericano de Filosofia, Politica y Humanidades. 3 (6): 96-111.

Marisa Corrado, Davita Silfen Glasberg, Beth Merenstein, and Melanie Peele. 2000. “Playing at Work: The Interaction of Race, Class, and Gender with Power Structures of Work and Production.” Teaching Sociology, 28 (1): 56-66.

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