Louie, Patricia, Laura Upenieks, Christy L. Erving, and Courtney S. Thomas Tobin. “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. (Accepted).
Louie, Patricia, Laura Upenieks, Arjumand Siddiqi, David R. Williams, and David T. Takeuchi. 2021. “Race, Flourishing, and All-Cause Mortality in the United States, 1995–2016.” American Journal of Epidemiology.
Louie, Patricia. 2020. “Revisiting the Cost of Skin Color: Discrimination, Mastery, and Mental Health among Black Adolescents.”Society and Mental Health.
Louie, Patricia and Blair Wheaton. 2019. “The Black-White Paradox Revisited: Understanding the Role of Counterbalancing Mechanisms during Adolescence.”Journal of Health and Social Behavior 60 (2): 169-187.
Louie, Patricia and Blair Wheaton. 2018. “Prevalence and Patterning of Mental Disorder in Three Cohorts of Black and White Americans Through Adolescence.” American Journal of Epidemiology 187(11): 2332–38.
Louie, Patricia and Rima Wilkes. 2018. “Representations of Race and Skin tone in Medical Textbook Imagery.” Social Science and Medicine 202:38–42.
Magee, William and Patricia Louie. 2016. “Did the Difference Between Black and White Americans in Anger-Out Decrease During the First Decade of the Twenty-First Century?” Race and Social Problems 8(3):256–70.
Hirsh, Elizabeth and Patricia Louie. 2015. “Legal Consciousness, Mobilization, and Discrimination Disputes at Work.” in The Oxford Handbook of Workplace Discrimination, vol. 1, edited by A. J. Colella and E. B. King. Oxford University Press.