Silver School of Social Work, New York University Skip to Content Skip to Search Skip to Navigation Skip to Sub Navigation

Faculty Works

Works Cited

Anastas, J. (2013). Research ethics. In E. J. Mullen (Ed.), Oxford Online Bibliographies in Social Work. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Park, S-Y., Anastas, J. W., Shibusawa, T., & Nguyen, D. (in press). Acculturation, acculturative stress, social support, and religiosity: Impact on alcohol use among Asian immigrants. Substance Use & Misuse.

Festinger, T. & Jaccard, J. (2012). Suicidal thoughts in adopted versus non-adopted youth: A longitudinal analysis in adolescence, early young adulthood, and young adulthood. Journal for the Society of Social Work and Research, 3(4), 280-295.

Gopalan, G., Alicea, S., Conover, K., Fuss, A., Gardner, L., Pardo, G., & McKay, M. (in press). Project Step-Up: Engaging high-risk youth in an afterschool alternative mental health Program. Journal of Early Adolescence.

Goldín, L. (forthcoming). The labor topography of Central Highland Guatemala youth: Employment diversification, health, and education in the context of poverty. Research in Economic Anthropology.

Goldín, L. (in press). BrotherTowns / Pueblos Hermanos. (review of film by Charles D. Thompson). Anthropology of Work Review.

Goldín, L. (2012). Enduring Violence: Ladina Women’s Lives in Guatemala (review). The Americas, 68(3), 456-457.

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Jaccard, J., McCarthy, K., Lushin, V., Padilla, M., & Skinner-Day, M. (2013). Taxonomy of Caribbean tourism alcohol venues: Implications for HIV transmission. Journal of Drug and Alcohol Dependence. (Electronic publication ahead of print.)

Munoz-Laboy, M., Worthington, N., Perry, A., Guilamo-Ramos, V., Cabassa, L., Lee, J., & Severson, N. (2013). Socio-environmental risks for untreated depression among formerly incarcerated Latino men. Journal of Immigrant Minority Health. (Electronic publication ahead of print.)

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Padilla, M., Linberg Cedar, A., Lee, J., & Robles, G. (2013). HIV sexual risk behavior and family dynamics in a Dominican tourism town. Archives of Sexual Behavior. (Electronic publication ahead of print.)

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Padilla, M., Meisterlin, L., McCarthy, K., & Lotz, K. (2013). Tourism ecologies, alcohol venues and HIV: Mapping spatial risk. International Journal of Hispanic Psychology, 5(2).

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Jaccard, J., Lushin, V., Robles, G., Lee, J., & Quiñones, Z. (2012). Emotions and cognitions as correlates of early adolescent sexual behavior among Dominican youth in the U.S. and Dominican Republic. AIDS and Behavior, 16(5), 1808-1815.

Bouris, A., Guilamo-Ramos, V., Cherry, K., Dittus, P., Michael, S., & Gloppen, K. (2012). Preventing rapid repeat births among Latina adolescents: The role of parents. American Journal of Public Health, 102(10), 1842-1847.

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Bouris, A., Lee, J., McCarthy, K., Michael, S., Pitt-Barnes, S., & Dittus, P. (2012). Paternal influences on adolescent sexual risk behaviors: A structured review. Pediatrics, 130(5), 1313-1325.

Guilamo-Ramos, V., Lee, J., Jaccard, J. (2013). Families Talking Together: Creating Healthy Family Conversations to Prevent Teen Pregnancy. Community Health Worker Curriculum. The Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health, NYU Silver School of Social Work. The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. Visión y Compromiso.

Families Talking Together Video Series: Preventing Too-Early Sex; How to Talk with Your Teen, Effective Monitoring & Supervision; Parent Voices. The Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health, NYU Silver School of Social Work. NYU Department of Media Production.

Li, J., Johnson, S. E., Han, W-J., Kendall, G., Strazdins, L., Dockery, A., & Andrews, S. (in press). Parent’s shift work and children’s wellbeing: A critical review of the literature. Journal of Primary Prevention.

Han, W-J., Huang, C-C., & Williams, M. K. (2013). The role of parental work schedule in CPS involvement. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 837-847.

Lee, R., Zhai, F., Brooks-Gunn, J., Han, W-J., & Waldfogel, J. (in press). Head start participation and school readiness: Evidence from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Birth Cohort. Developmental Psychology.

Fox, L., Han, W-J., Ruhm, C., & Waldfogel, J. (2013). Time for children: Trends in the employment of parents, 1967–2009. Demography, 50(1), 25-49.

Li, Y., Han, W-J., & Huang, C-C. (2012). Development of social work education in China: Background, current status and prospect. Journal of Social Work Education, 48(4), 635-653.

Huerta, M. C., Adema, W., Baxter, J., Lausten, M., Han, W-J., Lee, R., & Waldfogel, J. (2012). Fathers’ leave, fathers’ involvement and child development: Are they related? Evidence from four OECD countries. OECD Social, Employment, and Migration Working Papers No. 140. Paris: OECD.

Han, W-J. (2012). Bilingualism and academic achievement: Does generation status make a different? In C. Garcia Coll & A. Marks (Eds.), The Immigrant Paradox in Children and Adolescents: Is Becoming American a Developmental Risk? (pp. 161-184). New York, NY: American Psychological Association.

Hawkins, R. L., Jaccard, J., & Needle, E. (2013). Non-academic factors associated with dropping out of high school: Adolescent problem behaviors. Journal of the Society for Social Work Research, 4(2), 58–75.

Hawkins, R. L. & Weiss, M. (in press). Economic and social abuse of low-income older adults: Policy solutions. Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health.

Holden, G., Barker, K., Rosenberg, G., & Cohen, J. (2012). Information for clinical social work practice: A potential solution. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), 166-174.

Hillhouse, J., Turrisi, R. & Jaccard, J. (in press). Evaluating the accuracy of self-reports of sun exposure and sun protection behavior over a summer. Prevention Science.

Bagner, D. M., Pettit, J. W., Lewinsohn, P. M., Seeley, J. R., & Jaccard, J. (in press). A transactional model of parental depressive symptoms and child internalizing and externalizing behavior problems. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.

Jaccard, J. (2012). The Reasoned Action Model: Directions for future research. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 640, 50-80.

Blanton, H. & Jaccard, J. (2012). Irrational numbers: Quantifying accuracy and error. In J. I. Keuger (Ed.) Social Judgment and Decision Making: Frontiers of Social Psychology (79-95). Psychology Press.

Jaccard, J. (2012). Analysis of variance and the general linear model. In C. Harris, P. M. Camic, D. L. Long, A. T.Panter, D. Rindskopf, & K. J. Sher (Eds.) APA Handbook of Research Methods in Psychology, Vol. 3: Data Analysis and Research Publication (163-190). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Lackner, J. M., Keefer, L., Jaccard, J., Firth, R., Brenner, D., Bratten, J., Dunlap, L. J., Ma, C., Byroads, M., & the IBOS Research Group. (2012). The Irritable Bowel Syndrome Outcome Study (IBOS): Rationale and design of a randomized, placebo-controlled trial with 12 month follow up of self- versus clinician-administered CBT for moderate to severe irritable bowel syndrome. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 33(6), 1293-1310.

Oswald, F. L., Mitchell, G., Blanton, H., Jaccard, J., & Tetlock, P. (in press). Reassessing the predictive power of the race IAT: A new meta-analysis of criterion studies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Jaccard, J. & Levitz, N. (2013). Counseling adolescents about contraception: Towards the development of an evidence-based protocol for contraceptive counselors. Journal of Adolescent Health, 52(4 Suppl), S6-13.

Jaccard, J. & Levitz, N. (2013). Parent-based interventions to reduce adolescent problem behaviors: New directions for self-regulation approaches. In G. Oettingen and P. Gollwitzer (Eds.), Self-Regulation in Adolescence. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

Lackner, J., Jaccard, J., & Baum, C. (2013). Multidomain patient-reported outcomes of irritable bowel syndrome: Exploring person-centered perspectives to better understand symptom severity scores. Value in Health, 16(1), 97-103.

Alessi, E. J., Meyer, I. H., Martin, J. I., & Gyamerah, A. (2013). Prejudice-related events and traumatic stress among heterosexuals and lesbians, gay men and bisexuals. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma, 22, 510-526.

Alessi, E. J., Meyer, I. H., & Martin, J. I. (2013). PTSD and sexual orientation: An examination of criterion A1 and non-criterion A1 events. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 5, 149-157.

Bhana, A., Mellins, C., Petersen, I., Alicea, S., Myeza, N., Holst, H., Abrams, E., Johns, S., Chhagan, M., Nestadt, D. & McKay, M. (in press). The VUKA Family Program: Piloting a family-based psychosocial intervention to promote health and mental health among HIV+ early adolescents in South Africa. AIDS Care.

Traube, D. E., Kerkorian, D., Cederbaum, C., Bhupali, C., & McKay, M. (2013). African American children’s perceptions of participating in research. The Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 8(1), 1- 10.

Chowdhury, J., Jackson, J., Alicea, S., Elwyn, L., Rivera-Rodriguez, A., Miranda, A., Watson, J. & McKay, M. (in press). Collaboration with urban parents to deliver a community-based youth HIV prevention program. Families in Society.

McKay, M., Small, L., Jackson, J., & Gopalan, G. (in press). Using research to inform practice with youth evidencing co-morbid or complex difficulties. Research on Social Work Practice.

Gopalan, G., Bannon, W., Dean-Assael, K., Fuss, A., Gardner, L., LaBarbera, B., & McKay, M. (in press). Multiple family groups: An engaging intervention for child welfare-involved families. Child Welfare.

Gopalan, G., Franco, L., Dean-Assael, K., McGuire-Schwartz, M., Chacko, A., & McKay, M. (in press). Statewide implementation of the 4Rs and Ss for Strengthening Families. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work.

Gopalan, G., Alicea, S., Gardner, L., Conover, K., Fuss, A., & McKay, M. (2013). Project Step-Up: Feasibility of a comprehensive school-based prevention program. Journal of Early Adolescence, 33, 131-154.

Friedman, D., Alicea, S., Petersen, I., John, S., Myeza, N., Nicholas, S., Cohen, L., Holst, H., Bhana, A., McKay, M., Abrams, E., & Mellins, C. (in press). HIV+ and HIV- youth living in group homes in South Africa need more psychosocial support. Vulnerable Children & Youth Studies.

Chowdhury, J., Alicea, S., Jackson, J., & McKay, M. (in press). Collaboration with urban parents to deliver a community-based youth HIV prevention program. Families in Society.

McKay, M., Alicea, S., Elwyn, L., McClaim, Z. R. B., Parker, G., Small, L., & Mellins, C. A. (in press). Addressing the need for theory-driven programs capable of impacting urban children’s health, mental health, and prevention needs: CHAMP and CHAMP+, evidence-informed, family-based interventions to address HIV risk and care (Special issue). Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology.

Mellins, C., Elkington, K., Leu, C., Santamaria, E., Dolezal, C., Wiznia, A., Bamji, M., McKay, M., & Abrams, E. (2012). Prevalence and change in psychiatric disorders among perinatally HIV-infected and HIV-exposed youth. AIDS Care, 24(8), 953-62.

Bannon, W., Beharie, N., Olshtain-Mann, O., McKay, M., Goldstein, L., Cavaleri, M., LoIacono, M., Elwyn, L., Kalogerogiannis, L., Torres, E., Paulino, A., & Lawrence, R. (2012). Youth substance use in a context of family homelessness. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 1-7.

Rodriguez, J., Hoagwood, K., Gopalan, G., Olin, S., McKay, M., Marcus, S., Radigan, M., Chung, M., & Legerski, J. (2012). Engagement in trauma-specific CBT for youth post 9/11. Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 1241-1260.

Bhana, A. Petersen, I., Mellins, C., & McKay, M. (2012). VUKA Family Program. Human Sciences Research Council, Columbia University & New York University.

Mills, L. G., Barocas, B., & Ariel, B. (2013). The next generation of court-mandated domestic violence treatment: A comparison study of batterer intervention and restorative justice programs. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 9(1), 65-90.

Mirabito, D. M. (2011). Educating a new generation of social workers: Challenges and skills needed for contemporary agency-based practice. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), 245-254.

Munson, M. R., Lee, B. R., Miller, D., Cole, A. & Nedelcu, C. (2013). Emerging adulthood among former system youth: The ideal versus the real. Children and Youth Services Review, 35, 923–929.

Munson, M. R., Jaccard, J., Smalling, S. E., Kim, H. Werner, J. J., & Scott, L. D., Jr. (2012). Static, dynamic, integrated and contextualized: A framework for understanding mental health service use among young adults. Social Science and Medicine, 75(8), 1441-1449.

Nguyen, D. & Lee, R. (in press). Toward an integrative view of Asian American mental health service use. Journal of Immigrant Health.

Nguyen, D., Choi, S., & Park, S. Y. (2013). Access to care among immigrant Asians: A focus on the preretirement age cohort. Journal of Applied Gerontology. DOI: 10.1177/0733464813481849.

Nguyen, D. & Bernstein, L. (2013). The role of race and English proficiency on the health of older immigrants. Social Work in Health Care.

Nguyen, D. & Vu, C. M. (2013). Current depression interventions for older adults: A review of service delivery approaches in primary care, home-based, and community-based settings. Current Translational Geriatrics and Experimental Gerontology Reports, 2(1), 37-44

Nguyen, D., Bernstein, L., & Goel, M. (2012). Sociocultural determinants of health and service use: Comparing older Asian Americans and non-Hispanic Whites. Health, 4, 1106-1115.

Padgett, D. K., Smith, B. T., Derejko, K., Henwood, B. F., & Tiderington, E. (in press). A picture is worth…? Using individual photo-elicitation to enhance interviews with vulnerable populations. Qualitative Health Research.

Henwood, B. F., Cabassa, L. J., Craig, C., & Padgett, D. K. (in press). Permanent supportive housing: Addressing homelessness and health disparities? American Journal of Public Health.

Padgett, D. K., Smith, B. T., Henwood, B. F., & Tiderington, E. (2012). Life course adversity in the lives of formerly homeless persons with serious mental illness: Context and meaning. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 82(3), 421-430.

Henwood, B. F., Padgett, D. K., Smith, B. T., & Tiderington, E. (2012). On the road to recovery: Formerly homeless adults’ accounts of controlling their substance abuse. Journal of Dual Diagnosis, 8, 238-246.

Henwood, B. F., Padgett, D. K., & Tiderington, E. (2013). Provider views of harm reduction versus abstinence policies within homeless services for dually diagnosed adults. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research.

Runell Hall, M. (2013). Hip-hop as cultural pedagogy. In K. el-Hakim (Ed.), The Center of the Movement: Collecting Hip-Hop Memorabilia. Intelligent Publishing.

Runell Hall, M. (2013). Sweet lady: Makin’ miracles & hip-hop history. In P. Parmar et al. (Eds.), Rebel Yell: Teaching Social Justice Through Hip-Hop & Punk. New York, NY: Peter Lang Press.

Anderson, P. & Runell Hall, M. (2013). Youth culture, arts and corrections. In L. Brewster & E. Turenne (Eds.), Black Voices Behind the Wall: The History and Meaning of African-American Prison Art. New York, NY: Peter Lang Press.

Runell Hall, M. (2013). So much to do. In M. Diaz & R. Raimist (Eds.), Fresh, Bold and So Def. New York, NY: Hip-Hop Association Press.

Runell Hall, M. (2012). Occupying the spirit of education. In Occupying Privilege: Conversations on Love, Race & Liberation. New York, NY: Love-n-Liberation Press.

Park, S. Y., Shibusawa, T. S., Nguyen, D., & Anastas, J. (in press). Acculturation acculturative stress social support and religiosity: Impact on alcohol use among Asian immigrants. Substance Abuse and Misuse.

Siegel, Judith P. (in press). Emotional regulation in adolescent substance use disorders: Rethinking risk. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse.

Siegel, Judith P. (in press). An expanded approach to batterer intervention programs: Incorporating neuroscience research. Trauma, Violence & Recovery.

Siegel, Judith P. (2013). Breaking the links in intergenerational violence: An emotional regulation perspective. Family Process, 52(2), 163-178.

Henwood, B. F., Stanhope, V., Brawer, R., Weinstein, L. C., Lawson, J., Stwords, E., & Crossan, C. (2013). Addressing chronic disease within supportive housing programs. Progress in community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 7(1), 67-75.

Stanhope, V., Ingoglia, C., Schmelter, B., & Marcus, S. C. (2013). Impact of person-centered planning and collaborative documentation on treatment adherence. Psychiatric Services, 64(1), 76-79.

Stanhope, V. (2012). Creating ties that bind: Using ethnographic methods to understand service engagement. Qualitative Social Work, 11(4), 412–430.

Tiderington, E., Stanhope, V., & Henwood, B. F. (2013). A qualitative analysis of case managers’ use of harm reduction in practice. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 44(1), 71-77.

Bourjolly, J., Sands, R. G., Solomon, P., Pernell-Arnold, A., Finley, L., & Stanhope, V. (2012). Achieving cultural competence: Is transformation the key? American Journal of Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 15, 334-356.

Senreich, E. & Straussner, S. L. A. (2013). The effect of MSW education on students’ knowledge and attitudes regarding substance abusing clients. Journal of Social Work Education, 49(2), 321-336.

Straussner, S. L. A. & Straussner, S. B. (2012). Alcohol Dependence. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Social Work.

Tosone, C., Nuttman-Shwartz, O., & Stephens, T. (2012). Shared trauma: When the professional is personal. Clinical Social Work Journal, 40(2), 231-239.

Tosone, C. (in press). Virtual intimacy in the therapeutic space: Help or hindrance? In E. Ruderman & C. Tosone (Eds.), Clinical Practice in a Chaotic World: The Holding Environment Under Assault. New York, NY: Springer.

Tosone, C. (in press). Shared trauma. In C. Figley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Trauma. New York, NY: SAGE Publications.

Tosone, C. (in press). Countertransference. In C. Figley (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Trauma. New York, NY: SAGE Publications.

Tosone, C. (in press). On being a relational practitioner in an evidence- based world. Journal of Social Work Practice.

Tosone, C. (2013). Celebrating forty years of clinical social work. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(1), 1-2.

Tuchman, E. (2013). In D. M. Fahey & J. Miller (Eds.), Alcohol and Drugs in North America: A Historical Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CIO.

Videka, L., Gopalan, G., & Bauta, B. (in press). Child abuse and neglect. In A. Gitterman (Ed.), Handbook of Social Work Practice with Vulnerable Populations. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Chow, J.C. & Vu, C.M. (in press). Human services in the U.S.: Safety net programs for ethnic minority families and children. In M. Reisch (Ed.), Social Welfare Policy and Social Change in the U.S. SAGE Publications.

Wakefield, J. C. & First, M. B. (in press). The importance and limits of harm in identifying mental disorder. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.

Wakefield, J. C. & First, M. B. (in press). Clarifying the boundary between normality and disorder: A fundamental conceptual challenge for psychiatry. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry.

Wakefield, J. C. & Schmitz, M. F. (in press). Study data support the validity of the major depression bereavement exclusion. (letter). Journal of Clinical Psychiatry.

Wakefield, J. C. (in press). DSM and pharm in context. In Mikkel Borch-Jacobson (Ed.) Big Pharma. Paris: Les Arènes. (To be published in French)

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). DSM-5 grief scorecard: Assessment and outcomes of proposals to pathologize grief. World Psychiatry, 12(2), 171-173.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). Addiction, the concept of disorder, and pathways to harm: Comment on Levy. Frontiers in Addictive Disorders & Behavioral Dyscontrol, 4(34). DOI:10.3389/fpsyt.2013.00034.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). The DSM-5 debate over the bereavement exclusion: Psychiatric diagnosis and the future of empirically supported practice. Clinical Psychology Review. Published online:

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). DSM-5 and clinical social work: Mental disorder and psychological justice as goals of clinical intervention. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(2), 131-138.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). DSM-5: An overview of changes and controversies. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(2), 139-154.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). DSM-5 and the general definition of personality disorder. Clinical Social Work Journal, 41(2), 168-183.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). Uncomplicated depression: New evidence for the validity of extending the bereavement exclusion to other stressors. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. DOI: 10.1111/acps.12112.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). After removal from DSM-5, why clinicians should remember the bereavement exclusion. Psychiatry Weekly, 8(4).
Retrieved from

Wakefield, J. C. & Schmitz, M. F. (2013). When does depression become a disorder? Using recurrence rates to evaluate the validity of proposed changes in major depression diagnostic thresholds. World Psychiatry, 12(1), 44-52.

Wakefield, J. C. & Schmitz, M. F. (2013). Can the DSM’s major depression bereavement exclusion be validly extended to other stressors? Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica. Article first published online: 20 JAN 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/acps.12064.

Wakefield, J. C. (2013). Is complicated/prolonged grief a disorder? Why the proposal to add “complicated grief disorder” to the DSM-5 is conceptually and empirically unsound. In M. Stroebe, H. Schut, & J. van den Bout (Eds.), Complicated Grief: Scientific Foundations for Health Care Professionals (pp. 99-114). New York, NY: Routledge.

Wakefield, J. C. & Schmitz, M. F. (2013). Normal vs. disordered bereavement-related depression: Are the differences real or tautological? Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 127, 159-168.

Wakefield, J. C. & Schmitz, M. F. (2012). Beyond reactive versus endogenous: Should uncomplicated stress-triggered depression be excluded from major depression diagnosis?: A review of the evidence. Minerva Psichiatrica (Italy), 53(4), 251-276.

Wakefield, J. C. (2012). Der Begriff der psychischen Storung: An der Grenze zwischen biologischen Tatsachen und gesellschaftlichen Werten. (The concept of mental disorder). In T. Schramme (Ed.), Krankheitstheorie (Theories of Disease) (pp. 239-262). Berlin: Suhrkamp Verlag. (in German)

Wakefield, J. C. (2012). Le concept de trouble mental. A la frontière entre faits biologiques et valeurs sociales. In E. Giroux & M. Lemoine (Eds.), Philosophie de la Medecine: Santie, Maladie Pathologie (pp. 127-176). Paris: J. Vrin. (in French)

Wakefield, J. C. (2012). Altruism and human nature: Constructing a theoretical foundation for the social work profession. Jianghai Academic Journal, 4, 118-124. (in Chinese; translated by Tong Wu)

Wakefield, J. C. & First, M. B. (2012). Fallacious reasoning in the argument to eliminate the major depression bereavement exclusion in DSM-5. World Psychiatry, 11(3), 204-205.

Wakefield, J. C. (2012). DSM-5: Proposed changes to depressive disorders. Current Medical Research & Opinion, 28, 1-9.

Sartorius, N., Levav, I., Wakefield, J. C., & Weiss, M. G. (2012). Public health and the classification of mental disorders: Introduction. In S. Saxena, P. Esparza, D. A. Regier, B. Saraceno, & N. Sartorius, Public Health Aspects of Diagnosis and Classification of Mental and Behavioral Disorders: Refining the Research Agenda for DSM-5 and ICD-11. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Wakefield, J. C. & First, M. B. (2012). Validity of the bereavement exclusion to major depression: Does the evidence support the proposed elimination of the exclusion in DSM-5? World Psychiatry, 11, 3-11.

Historic NYU School of Social Work