Ph.D. Indiana University, Bloomington, 1989
- Research Methods
- Introduction to Sociology
- Social Psychology
- Medical Sociology
- Sociology of Mental Health
Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities
Adams, Richard E. and Joseph A. Boscarino. (In Press)Acculturation and distress after the World Trade Center terrorist attacks. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health.
Adams, Richard E., Danielle Laraque, Claude M. Chemtob, Peter S. Jensen, Joseph A. Boscarino. 2013. Does a one-day education training session influence primary care pediatricians’ mental health practice procedures in response to a community disaster? Results from the Reaching Children Initiative (RCI). International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 15:3-14.
Chopko, Brian, Patrick Palmieri, and Richard E. Adams. 2013. Associations between police stress and alcohol use: Implications for practice. Journal of Trauma and Loss, 18:482-497.
Adams, Richard E. and Joseph A. Boscarino. 2013. Volunteerism and Well-Being in the Context of the World Trade Center Terrorist Attacks. Annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, New York, NY. August 9-12.
Adams, Richard E. and Joseph A. Boscarino. 2012. Differences in mental health outcomes by race and ethnicity following a community disaster revisited. Annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Denver, CO. August 16-18.
Liang, Ying and Richard E. Adams. 2012. Well-being and risk perceptions of mothers in Kyiv, Ukraine: A two-wave panel data analysis. Annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA. April 12-15
Development and Validation of the Medic Mettle Scale (7/01/2012-6/30/2013, awarded $19,000 ($13,000 direct and $6,000 indirect from Tulane University, but originally from the Department of Defense). This grant was awarded to me for conducting analyses and developing a Medic Mettle Scale using data collected on about 100 medics. Role: PI. Final report sent 7/2013.
Reducing the Duration of Untreated Psychosis in Northeast Ohio (submitted February 15, 2013, requested $32,000 direct, $15,000 indirect from NIH). Submitted as part of a larger research study in collaboration with NEOMED. Role: Co-Investigator
Department of Sociology, Institutional Review Board (2009-)
Department of Sociology, Graduate Education Committee (2007-2011)
Department of Sociology, Library Liaison (2007-2011)
- Mental Health or Illness
- Positive Youth Development