Lindsey, M.A., & Brown, D.R. (in press). Boys do(n't) cry: Addressing the unmet
mental health needs of African American boys. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
Becker, K.D., Lee, B., Daleiden, E.L., Lindsey, M.A., Brandt, N.E., & Chorpita,
B.F. (2015). The common elements of engagement in children’s mental health
services: Which elements for which outcomes? Journal of Clinical Child and
Adolescent Psychology, 44,1, 30-43.
Barth, R.P., Kolivoski, K.M., Lindsey, M.A., Lee, B.R., & Collins, K.S. (2014).
Translating the common elements approach: Social work’s experiences in
education, practice, and research. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent
Psychology, 43,2, 301-311.
Green, J.G., Johnson, R.M., Dunn, E.R., Lindsey, M.A., Xuan, Z., & Zaslavsky,
A.M. (2014). Mental health service use among high school students exposed to
interpersonal violence. Journal of School Health, 84, 141-149.
Lee, B. R., Ebesutani, C., Kolivoski, K. M., Becker, K. D., Lindsey, M. A.,
Brandt, N. E., Cammack, N., Goolsby, D., Strieder, F., Chorpita, B. F., & Barth,
R. P. (2014). Program and Practice Elements for Placement Prevention: A
Review of Interventions and their Effectiveness in Promoting Home-Based Care.
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84,3, 244-256.
Lindsey, M.A., Brandt, N.E., Becker, K.D., Lee, B., Barth, R., Daleiden, E.L., &
Chorpita, B.F. (2014). Identifying the common elements of treatment
engagement in child mental health services. Clinical Child and Family
Psychology Review,17, 283-298.
Smith, M.E., Lindsey, M.A., Williams, C., Medoff, D., Lucksted, A., Fang, L.J.,
Schiffman, J., Lewis-Fernandez, R., & Dixon, L. (2014). Racial differences in
the experiences of family members of persons with mental illness. American
Journal of Community Psychology, 54,3-4, 316-327.
Ellis, M., Lindsey, M.A., Barker, T., Boxmeyer, C., & Lochman, J. (2013).
Parent participation in the Coping Power Program and its influence on child
engagement. Prevention Science, 14, 457-467.
Lindsey, M.A., Chambers, K., Pohle, C., Beall, P., & Lucksted, A. (2013).
Understanding the behavioral determinants of mental health service use by
urban, under-resourced youth: Adolescent and caregiver perspectives. Journal
of Child and Family Studies, 22,1, 107-121.
Barth, R. P., Lee, B. R., Lindsey, M. A., Collins, K. S., Strieder, F., Chorpita,
B. F., Becker, K.D., & Sparks, J. A. (2012). Evidence-based practice at a
crossroads. Research on Social Work Practice, 22,1, 108-119.
Lindsey, M.A., Gilreath, T., Thompson, R., Graham, J.C., Hawley, K.M.,
Weisbart, C., Browne, D., & Kotch, J.B. (2012). Influence of caregiver network
support and caregiver psychopathology on child mental health need and service
use in the LONGSCAN study. Children and Youth Services Review, 34, 924-932.
Lindsey, M.A. & Marcell, A.V. (2012). “We're going through a lot of struggles
that people don't even know about": The need to understand African American
males' help-seeking for mental health on multiple levels. American Journal of
Men’s Health, 6,5, ¬354-364.
Rose, T., Joe, S., & Lindsey, M.A. (2011). Perceived stigma and depression
among Black adolescents in outpatient treatment. Children and Youth Services
Review, 33,1, 161-166.
Williams, C.D., Lindsey, M.A., & Joe, S. (2011). Parent-adolescent
concordance on perceived need for mental health services and its impact on
service use. Children and Youth Services Review, 33,11, 2253-2260.
Lee, B.R. & Lindsey, M.A. (2010). Assessing reliability and validity for the
North Carolina Family Assessment Scale for In-Home Youth Mental Health
Services. Research on Social Work Practice, 20, 202-211.
Lindsey, M.A., Barksdale, C., Lambert, S.F., & Ialongo, N. (2010). Social
network influences on service use among urban, African American youth with
mental health problems. Journal of Adolescent Health, 47,4, 367-373.
Lindsey, M.A., Hayward, A., & DePanfilis, D. (2010). Gender differences in
behavioral outcomes among children in the Family Connections program: The
promise of a family-focused prevention intervention. Research on Social Work
Practice, 20,6, 572-581.
Lindsey, M.A., Joe, S., Muroff, J. & Ford, B. (2010). Social and clinical factors
associated with psychiatric emergency service use and civil commitment among
African American youth. General Hospital Psychiatry, 32, 300-309.
Lindsey, M.A., Joe, S. & Nebbitt, V.E. (2010). Family matters: The role of
social support and mental health stigma on depressive symptoms and
subsequent help-seeking among African American boys. Journal of Black
Psychology, 36,4, 458-482.
Lindsey, M. A., Lee, B. R., & Sullivan, F. (2009). Placement Prevention for
Youth with Mental Health Needs: An In-Home Intervention Program for Children
(IHIP-C). Psychiatric Services, 60, 266-267.
Lindsey, M.A., Korr, W., Broitman, M., Bone, L., Green, A. & Leaf, P. (2006).
Help-seeking behaviors and depression among African-American adolescent
boys. Social Work, 51,1, 49-58.