Wu, Cary, Patricia Louie, Alex Bierman, and Scott Schieman. 2023. “Assessment of Sociodemographics and Inflation-Related Stress in the US.” JAMA Network Open.
Louie, Patricia, Laura Upenieks, and Terrence D. Hill. 2023.“Cumulative Pandemic Stressors, Psychosocial Resources, and Psychological Distress: Toward a More Comprehensive Test of a Pandemic Stress Process.” Society and Mental Health.
Sheehan, Connor M., Patricia Louie, Longfeng Li*, and Stephen Kulis. 2023. “Exposure to Neighborhood Poverty from Adolescence through Emerging Adulthood and Sleep Duration in US Adults.” Health and Place.
DeAngelis, Reed T., Laura Upenieks, and Patricia Louie. 2023. “Religious Involvement and Allostatic Resilience: Findings from a Community Study of Black and White Americans.” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.
Upenieks, Laura, Patricia Louie, and Terrence D. Hill. 2022. “Welcome to the Dark Side: The Role of Religious/ Spiritual Struggles in the Black-White Mental Health Paradox.” Society and Mental Health.
Cobb, Ryon, Violeta Rodriguez, Tyson Brown, Patricia Louie, Heather Farmer, Connor Sheehan, Dawne Mouzon, and Roland Thorpe. 2022. “Attribution for Everyday Discrimination Typologies and Mortality Risk Among Older Black Adults.” Social Science and Medicine.
Tran, Sydney, Alexandra Wormley, Patricia Louie, and Connor Sheehan. 2022. “Increasing Psychological Distress Among Californians from 2013-2020: Race/Ethnic Differences.” Social Science and Medicine – Mental Health.
Louie, Patricia and Laura Upenieks. 2022. “Vicarious Discrimination, Psychosocial Resources, and Mental Health among Black Americans.” Social Psychology Quarterly.
Cobb, Ryon J., Connor Sheehan, Patricia Louie, and Christy L. Erving. 2022. “Multiple Reasons for Perceived Everyday Discrimination and Mortality Risk Among Older Black Adults.” The Journals of Gerontology: Series A.
Louie, Patricia, Laura Upenieks, Christy L. Erving, and Courtney S. Thomas Tobin. 2022. “Do Racial Differences in Coping Resources Explain the Black-White Paradox in Mental Health? A Test of Multiple Mechanisms.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.