Peer Review Journal Articles (*indicates student co-author)
Lincoln, A., *Shepherd, A., Johnson, P.L., & Castaneda-Sceppa, C. Resistance training improves depression and health related quality of life among Hispanic older adults with type 2 diabetes. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, In- press.
Gradus, J., Qin, P., Lincoln, A.K., Miller, M., Lawler, E., Sorenson, H.T., Lash, T. Sexual Victimization and Completed Suicide among Danish Female Adults.
Accepted for Publication, Violence Against Women.
Smith, M., Lincoln, A. Social Capital Across the Life course: An Application to
Maternal and Child Mental Health, American Journal of Public Health, In-press.
Woolley, S.B., Fredman, L., Goethe, J.W., Lincoln, A.K., Heeren, T. (2010). Hospital Patients’ Perceptions during Treatment and Early Discontinuation of Serotonin Selective Reuptake Inhibitor Antidepressants. Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology. 30:6; 716-719.
Gradus, J., Qin, P., Lincoln, A.K., Miller, M., Lawler, E., Sorenson, H.T., Lash, T. (2010) Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Completed Suicide in Danish Adults., Inflammatory Bowel Disease. 16:12; 2158-2161.
Gradus, J., Qin, P., Lincoln, A.K., Miller, M., Lawler, E., Sorenson, H.T., Lash, T. (2010). Post traumatic Stress Disorder and Completed Suicide in the Adult Population of Denmark. American Journal of Epidemiology. 171(6). 721-727.
Gradus, J., Qin, P., Lincoln, A.K., Miller, M., Lawler, E., Sorenson, H.T., Lash, T. (2010). Adjustment Disorder and Completed Suicide. Clinical Epidemiology. 2:23-28.
Gradus, J., Qin, P., Lincoln, A.K., Miller, M., Lawler, E., Sorenson, H.T., Lash, T. (2010). Acute Stress Reaction and Completed Suicide. International Journal of Epidemiology. 1-7.
Todorova, I., Tucker, K., Price, L., Lincoln, A., & Falcon, L.M.(2010) Perceived discrimination, psychological distress and health,, Sociology of Health and Illness. 32:6; 843-861.
Ellis, H., *MacDonald, H., Klunk-Gillis, J., Lincoln, A., Strunin, L., & Cabral, H. (2010).
Experiences of discrimination among Somali youth in the US: The role of acculturation and gender. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 80:4; 564-575.
Ellis, H., Lincoln, A., *Charney, M., *Ford-Paz, R., Benson, M., & Strunin, L. (2010).
Mental health service utilization of Somali adolescents: Religion, community, and school as gateways to healing. Transcultural Psychiatry. 47:5; 789-811.
Lincoln, A., White, A., *Aldsworth, C., Johnson, P., & Strunin, L. (2010) Observing the work of an urban safety-net psychiatric emergency room: Managing the unmanageable. Sociology of Health and Illness;32(3):437-451.
Lincoln, A., *Plachta-Elliot, S., & *Espejo, D. (2009). Coming in, staying in: Qualitative interviews with chronically homeless, dually-diagnosed, residents of a safe haven shelter. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. Vol 79(2), Apr 2009, 236-243.
Dorfman, D., Trokel, M., Lincoln, A., & Mehta, S. (2010). Increased prevalence of behavioral risks among adolescent and young adult women with psychological distress in the emergency department. Pediatric Emergency Care. 26:2; 93-98.
Lincoln, A., *Espejo, D., Johnson, P., et al. (2009). BMC ACCESS Project: The development of an enhanced safe haven shelter., Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research.36:478-491.
Woolley, S., Fredman, L., Goethe, J., Lincoln, A.K., & Heeren, T. (2008). Headache complaints and the risk of suicidal thoughts or behaviors in community dwelling adults: Results from the ECA study. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 196:11; 822-828.
Lincoln, A., *Espejo, D., Johnson, P., Paasche-Orlow, M., *Webber, T., Speckman, J., & White, R. (2008). Limited literacy and psychiatric disorders: An examination of literacy among users of an urban safety-net hospital behavioral health clinic. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 96(9).
Ellis, H.,*Macdonald, H. Z., Lincoln, A., & Cabral, H. (2008). The association of trauma, immigration factors and post-resettlement stressors with posttraumatic stress symptoms in Somali adolescent Refugees. Journal of Clinical and Consulting Psychology, 76(2), 184-193.
Piwowarczyk, L., Keane, T., & Lincoln, A. (2008). HUNGER: The silent epidemic among asylum seekers and resettled refugees. International Migration, 46(1), 59-77.
Ellis, B.H., *Keating, M.K., Yusuf, S., Lincoln, A., & Nur, A. (2007). Ethical research in refugee communities and the use of community participatory methods. Transcultural Psychiatry., 44(3), 459-481.
Lincoln, A., Liebshutz, J., Chernoff, M., Nguyen, D., & Amaro, H. (2006). The Development and validation of a brief screen for co-occurring disorder among women entering substance abuse treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Prevention, Treatment and Policy, 1(26).
Koenen, K., Lincoln, A., & *Appleton, A. (2006). Women’s status and child well-being: A state-level analysis. Social Science and Medicine 63, 2999-3012.
Lincoln, A., Paasche-Orlow, M., Cheng, D. et al. (2006). The impact of health literacy on depressive symptoms and mental health-related quality of life. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 21, 818-822.
Lincoln, A. (2006). Psychiatric emergency room decision-making, social control, and the
‘Undeserving Sick’. Sociology of Health and Illness. 28 (1), 54-75.
Shanahan, C., Lincoln, A., Horton, N., Saitz, R., Winter, M., & Samet, J. (2005).
Relationship of depressive symptoms and mental health to repeat detoxification.
Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 29(2), 117-123.
Lincoln, A., & Allen, M. (2002). The influence of collateral informants on psychiatric emergency service disposition and access to inpatient care. International Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation. 6, 93-101.
Fisher, W.H., Barreira, P.J., Lincoln, A.K., Simon, L.J., White, A.W., Roy-Bujnowski, K., & Sudders, M. (2001). Insurance status and length of stay for involuntarily hospitalized patients. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research. 28(3), 334-346.
Fisher, W.H., Barreira, P.J., Geller, J.L., White, A.W., Lincoln, A.K., & Sudder, M. (2001). Long-stay patients in state psychiatric hospitals at the end of the 20th century. Psychiatric Services, 52(8), 1051-1056.
Schwartz, S., Lincoln, A., & Levav, I. (1997). Is menstrual cycle a confounder in psychiatric research? Psychological Medicine, 27(6), 1435-1441.
Allen, M.H., Lincoln, A. (1995). Emergency psychiatric review: Police involvement and
PES decision making, Emergency Psychiatry, Fall; 55.
Book Chapters and Reviews
Blum, L., & Lincoln, A. (2010). DES Daughters: Embodied Knowledge and the Transformation of Women’s Health Politics. Contemporary Sociology: A Journal of Reviews, July 2010; vol. 39, 4: pp. 421-423.
Hopper, K., & Lincoln, A. (2009). Participation in public mental health research: A conceptual framework and report from practice. In Wallcroft (ed.), Schrank (ed.) and Amering (ed.) Handbook of Service User Involvement in Mental Health Research. Wiley-Blackwell.
Delman, J. & Lincoln, A. (2009). Service users as paid researchers. In Wallcroft (ed.), Schrank (ed.) and Amering (ed.) Handbook of Service User Involvement in Mental Health Research. Wiley-Blackwell.
Lincoln, A. (2009). Psychiatric emergency room decision-making, social control and the ‘undeserving sick’. In McLoed (ed.) and Wright (ed.) The Sociology of Mental Illness: A Comprehensive Reader. Oxford University Press.
Manuscripts Under Review (* indicates student co-author)
Dominguez, S., Lincoln, A.K., Barriers to Opportunity: Psychological Distress among Women Relocated Through the Moving to Opportunity Program. Under review, City and Community.
Prener, C., Lincoln, A.K., Complex Care: Negotiated Order in Emergency Medical Services Work. Under review, Journal of Work and Occupations.
2011 Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Recognition Award for Supporting Transition Aged Youth
Boston University School of Public Health Teaching Award, Spring 2007. Awarded for SB780: Social Factors and Mental Health.
2007 Massachusetts Department of Health Commissioner’s Award for Research for the Boston Community Academic Mental Health Partnership (B-CAMHP)
2005 Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Commissioner’s Treatment Distinguished Service Award. Awarded to the BMC ACCESS Project (PI: Lincoln) May 20, 2005.
1999 Award for Best Dissertation, Mental Health Section of the American Sociological Association.
1997 The Eugene Litwak Prize, Department of Sociomedical Sciences, Columbia School of Public Health – for excellence in the preparation of a dissertation research proposal
1997 Member, American Sociological Association, Sections on Sociology of Mental Illness and Medical Sociology
1997 – 1998 Student Representative to the Mental Health Section of the American Sociological Association
1989 – 1992 Massachusetts Women and Substance Abuse Task Force Member, Massachusetts Department of Public Health