While my professional and academic experiences have been diverse, research has been an essential and gratifying aspect of my career. Committing to scientific research has ingrained in me an investigative mindset and an enthusiasm for the scientific method and mental health research findings that inform clinical practice and policy changes. Research has proven to be an excellent addition to my clinical practice. Peer and advisor interactions help me increase my conceptual knowledge and contribute to the construction of a more inclusive mental health knowledge base.
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2. Kaye, A.M. (2019). Excessive social media usage and behavioral and mental health: A literature review. Journal of Addiction Research and Therapy, 10(1), 1-10. DOI: 10.4172/2155-6105.1000375
3. Maschi, T., Morgen, K., Bullock, K., Kaye, A.M., Hintenach, A. (Winter 2020/2021). Aging in prison and the social mirror: Reflections and insights on care and justice. Journal of Elder Policy, 1 (2), 137-154. Soon to be available at: https://www.ipsonet.org/publications/open-access/journal-of-elder-policy/jep-volume-1-number-2-winter-2020-2021
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6. Maschi, T. Kaye, A.M. (2019). A new age of caring justice: How corrections and communities collaborate to provide compassionate community reintegration for older adults. Advancing Corrections Journal, 7 (1), 151-160.
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1. Maschi, T., Dewan, S.: Turner, S. G.; Kaye, A.M.; Hintenach, A., Malis, S. (in press). Caring Justice Worldwide: A Short Guide to Co-creating Compassionate, Safe, and Healthy Communities. In Congress, E., Takooshian, H., Meister, D. and Osborn, S. Health and Behavioral Science in the Global Arena: Addressing Timely Issues at the United Nations and Beyond.
2. Maschi, T., Turner, S., & Kaye, A. (2021). Empowerment theory. In Bolton, K., Hall, J.K., Lehmann, P. (Eds.).Theoretical Perspectives for Direct Social Work Practice: A General-Eclectic Approach. New York. Springer Publishing Company.
3. Maschi, T., Turner, S., Dewan, S., Kaye, A., Hintenach, A.(2021). Feminist and empowerment theory and practice: A powerful alliance. In Bolton, K., Hall, J.K., Lehmann, P. (Eds.).Theoretical Perspectives for Direct Social Work Practice: A General-Eclectic Approach. New York. Springer Publishing Company.
4. Maschi, T., Kaye, A.M (2019). Program and policies for older adults in the criminal justice system. In M. Balasubramaniam, R. Tampi and A. Gupta (Eds.). Psychiatric Ethics in Late-Life Patients: Medicolegal and Forensic Aspects at the Interface of Mental Health. New York. Springer Publishing Company.
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