Kidney Disease and Coping with Depression

Campbell, Barbara K. (/). “Coping with Depression: Take Action to Feel Better.” Kidney Care 1(2):6-7. New York, NY: National Kidney Foundation.

The Washington Post: Depression and Alzheimer’s Risk Linked

Reinberg, Steven (). “Depression and Alzheimer’s Risk Linked.Washington Post.

The associations of multiple dimensions of discrimination and abdominal fat in African American adults: the Jackson Heart Study

Hickson DA, Lewis TT, Liu J, Mount DL, Younge SN, Jenkins WC, Sarpong DF, Williams DR (). “The associations of multiple dimensions of discrimination and abdominal fat in African American adults: the Jackson Heart Study.Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 43(1):4–14. PMCID:PMC3391604; PMID:22278393; doi:10.1007/s12160-011-9334-5.

Factors Influencing enrollment of African Americans in the Look AHEAD trial

Mount DL, Davis C, Kennedy B, Raatz S, Dotson K, Gary-Webb TL, Thomas S, Johnson KC, Espeland MA; Look AHEAD Research Group (). “Factors Influencing enrollment of African Americans in the Look AHEAD trial.Clinical Trials, 9(1):80–9. PMCID:PMC3843916; PMID:22064686; doi:10.1177/1740774511427929.

Preliminary findings exploring the social determinants of Black males’ lay health perspectives

Mount DL, Johnson DM, Rego MI, Schofield K, Amponsah A, Graham LF (). “Preliminary findings exploring the social determinants of Black males’ lay health perspectives.” American Journal of Mens’ Health, 6(1):71–9. PMID:22105065; doi:10.1177/1557988311420993.

Using IRT-DIF Methodology in Detecting and Evaluating Brief Symptom Inventory Item Response Differences among Afro-Caribbean and European Adults

Mount, David Lee; Lambert, Michael Canute; Essau, Cecilia A.; Samms-Vaughan, Maureen E. & Bokszczanin, Anna (). “Using IRT-DIF Methodology in Detecting and Evaluating Brief Symptom Inventory Item Response Differences among Afro-Caribbean and European Adults.Caribbean Journal of Psychology, 4(1).

Self-Reported Influences of Hopelessness, Health Literacy, Lifestyle Action, and Patient Inertia on Blood Pressure Control in a Hypertensive Emergency Department Population

Joyner-Grantham J, Mount DL, McCorkle OD, Simmons DR, Ferrario CM, Cline DM (). “Self-Reported Influences of Hopelessness, Health Literacy, Lifestyle Action, and Patient Inertia on Blood Pressure Control in a Hypertensive Emergency Department Population.” American Journal of the Medical Sciences, 338(5):368–72. PMID:19838100; doi:10.1097/MAJ.0b013e3181b473dc.

Constructing common cohorts from trials with overlapping eligibility criteria: implications for comparing effect sizes between trials

Mount DL, Feeney P, Fabricatore AN, Coday M, Bahnson J, Byington R, Phelan S, Wilmoth S, Knowler WC, Hramiak I, Osei K, Sweeney ME, Espeland MA; Look AHEAD and ACCORD Research Groups (). “Constructing common cohorts from trials with overlapping eligibility criteria: implications for comparing effect sizes between trials.Clinical Trials, 6(5):416–29. PMCID:PMC3254056; PMID:19737845; doi:10.1177/1740774509344440.