Publications


SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS
2019 Cook, Benjamin Lê, Sherry Shu-Yeu Hou, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, Ana Maria Progovac, Frank Samson, and Maria Jose Sanchez. “A Review of Mental Health and Mental Health Care Disparities Research: 2011-2014.” Medical Care Research and Review 76(6):683-710. Link || PubMed

2018 Samson, Frank L. “An association between multiculturalism and psychological distress.” PLOS One 13(12): e0208490.  Link || PubMed

Chang, Janet, and Frank L. Samson (equal authorship).  “Ethnically Heterogeneous Friendships and Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety among Filipino Americans.” Asian American Journal of Psychology 9(2): 158-168.  Link

2017 Cook, Benjamin, James Barrett, Sherry Hou, and Frank Samson. 2017. “Field Scan: The Intersection of the Criminal Justice, Education, and Mental Health Care Systems and Its Influence on Boys and Young Men of Color.” Prepared for RISE for Boys and Men of Color  Link

Samson, Frank L.  “Immigration Concern and the White/Non-White Difference in Smoking: Group Position Theory and Health.” Social Science & Medicine: Population Health  3: 111-120.  Link || PubMed

2016 Samson, Frank L. “Support for Immigration Reduction and Physician Distrust in the United States.” Sage Open Medicine  Link || PubMed

Samson, Frank L.  2016 (Non-academic). “Healing Our Social Wounds.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's New Connections  Link

Samson, Frank L. “Perceived Immigrant Job Competition and Charitable Giving: Racial Prejudice Affect as a Mediating Factor.” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 45(5): 1031-51.  Link

2015 Kohn-Wood, Laura, Frank L. Samson, and Jomills H. Braddock. “Race, Social Identity and Generative Spaces: Miami as a Microcosm of Categorical Complexity in a 21st-Century Global City.” American Behavioral Scientist 59(3): 386-405. Link

Samson, Frank L. “Racial Resentment and Smoking.” Social Science & Medicine 126:164-168.  Link || PubMed

Samson, Frank L. "Asian American Attitudes towards a U.S. Citizenship Path for Illegal Immigrants: Immigration Reform as Racialised Politics." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41(1): 117-137. Link