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Mental / Sexual Health

    1. Hahm, H.C., Chang, S.T.H., Tong, H.Q., Meneses, M.A., Yuzbasioglu, R.F., Hien, D. (2014). Intersection of suicidality and substance abuse among Asian American young women: Implications for developing interventions in young adulthood. Advances in Dual Diagnosis. 7 (2): 90-104.

    2. Hahm, H.C., Gonyea, J.G., Chiao, C., Koritsanszky, L.A. (2014). Fractured identity: A framework for understanding young Asian-American women’s self-harm and suicidal behaviors

    3. Hahm, H.C., *Jang, J., *Vu, C., *Alexander, L.M., *Driscoll, K.E., & *Lundgren, L.M. (2013). Drug use and suicidality among Asian-American women who are children of immigrants. Substance Use and Misuse.  PMID: 23848381

    4. Lee, J., & Hahm, H.C., (2012). HIV Risk, Substance Use, and Suicidal Behaviors Among Asian American Lesbian and Bisexual WomenAIDS Education and Prevention: An Interdisciplinary Journal.  24(6): 549-563.

    5. Hahm, H.C., Lee, C.H, Ja-yoon “Uni”, C., Ward, A., & Lunddren, L. (2012).Sexual attitudes, reasons for forgoing condom use, and the influence of gender power among Asian-American women: a qualitative study. Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research. S1:004. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.S1-004. PMCID: PMC3409832

    6. Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., Lee, Y., Jang, J., & Ng, L. (2012).  Do Asian-American women who were maltreated as children have a higher likelihood for HIV risk behaviors and adverse mental health outcomes?Women’s Health Issues, 22 (1), 35-45. PMCID:PMC3236805

    7. Hahm, H.C., Lee, J., Rough, K., & Strathdee, S.A. (2011).  Gender power control, sexual experiences, safer sex practices, and potential HIV risk behaviors among young Asian-American womenAIDS and Behavior, DOI: 10.1007/s10461-011-9885-2. PMCID: PMC3389795

    8. Hahm, H.C., Lee Y.*, Ozonoff, A. & Van Wert, M. J* (2010). The Impact of Multiple Types of Child Maltreatment on Subsequent Risk Behaviors among Women during the Transition from Adolescence to Young AdulthoodJournal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, 5, 528-540. PMCID:PMC2850954

    9. Lee, J, Hahm, H.C., (2010). Acculturation and Sexual Risk Behaviors among Latina Adolescents Transitioning to Young Adulthood.Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 39, 414-427

    10. Hahm, H.C.,  & *Adkins, C. (2009).  A model of Asian Pacific Islanders (API) Acculturation.  Journal of LGBT Youth, 6: 155-173

    11. Hahm, H.C., *Speliotis, A., & Bachman, S. (2008). Health status of people with severe mental illness: Critical review. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 7, 2, 1-21.

    12. Hahm, H.C., *Lee, J., *Zerden, L., Ozonoff, A., & Amodeo, M. (2008). Longitudinal effects of perceptions of maternal approval on sexual risk behaviors of Asian and Pacific Islander (API) adolescents transitioning to young adulthood.Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 37, 74-84.

    13. Hahm, H.C., *Lee, J., Ozonoff, A., & Amodeo, M. (2007). Predictors of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) among Asian and Pacific Islander young adults. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 39, 4, 231-239.

    14. Hahm, H.C., Lahiff, M, & *Baretto, R. M. (2006). Asian American adolescents’ first sexual intercourse: Gender and acculturation difference.Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 38, 1, 28-36.

    15. Guterman, N. B., Cameron, M., & Hahm, H.C., (2003).  Community violence exposure and psychosocial sequelae among children and adolescent in residential treatment.Journal of Maltreatment, Aggression, & Trauma, 6, 2, 111-136.

    16. Hahm, H.C., & Guterman, N. B. (2001). The emerging problem of physical child abuse in South Korea.Child Maltreatment, 6, 2, 169-179.

    17. Hahm, H.C., & Segal, S.P. (under revision). Self-Assessed health among the people with mental illness.  Psychiatric Services.

    18. Hahm, H.C.,& Kim, A* (2010).  In the path of establishing ethnic identity: stories of young Korean-American women.Journal of Korean-American Education, 27, 31-37

       

    Substance Use / Abuse

      1. Hahm, H.C., Chang, S.T.H., Tong, H.Q., Meneses, M.A., Yuzbasioglu, R.F., Hien, D. (2014). Intersection of suicidality and substance abuse among Asian American young women: Implications for developing interventions in young adulthood. Advances in Dual Diagnosis. 7 (2): 90-104.

      2. Hahm, H.C., Jang, J., Vu, C.,  Alexander, L.M, Driscoll, K.E., & Lundgren, L. (2013). Drug use and suicidality among Asian-American women who are children of immigrants. Substance Use and Misuse, in press.

      3. Hahm, H.C., Kolaczyk, E., Jang, J., Swenson, T., Bhindarwala., A.M. (2012). Binge drinking trajectories from adolescence to young adulthood: the effects of peer social networkSubstance Use and Misuse. 47(6):745-56. PMCID: PMC3391312

      4. Yu, M., Hahm, H.C., Vaughn, M. (2010).  Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Determinants of Smoking Status among Asian American Adolescents: Findings from a National Sample,Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 12, 8, 801-809

      5. Hahm, H.C., Wong, F. Y., Huang, Z. J., Ozonoff, A., & *Lee, J. (2008). Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI) Sexual Minority Adolescents’ Longitudinal Patterns of Substance use and abuse:  Findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Journal of Adolescent Health, 42, 275-283.

      6. Hahm, H.C., Lahiff, M., & Guterman, N. (2004). Asian American adolescents’ acculturation, binge drinking, and alcohol and tobacco using peers.Journal of Community Psychology, 32, 3, 295-308.

      7. Hahm, H.C., Lahiff, M. & Guterman, N. B. (2003). Acculturation and parental attachment in Asian American adolescents’ alcohol use.Journal of Adolescent Health, 33, 119-129.

      Health Care Utilization

      1. Hahm, H.C., Ozonoff, A., *Gaumond, J., & Sue, S. (2010). Perceived discrimination and health outcomes: A gender comparison among Asian-Americans nationwideWomens Health Issues, 22 (1), 35-43. PMCID: PMC2948757

      2. Hahm, H.C., Song, I. H., Ozonoff, A., & *Sassani, J. (2009).  Racial Disparities in HIV Testing Behaviors among Sexually Experienced Young Women: Association with Routine Medical/Gynecological Care (RMGC).  Women’s Health Issues, 19, 279-288.

      3. Hahm, H.C., Lahiff, M. *Baretto, R. M., Shin, S., & Chen, W. (2008). Health care disparities and language use at home among Latino, Asian American, and American Indian adolescents:  Findings from the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS).  Journal of Community Psychology, 36, 1, 20-34.

      4. Hahm, H.C., & Segal, S. P. (2005). Failure to receive medical health care among the mentally ill.American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 75, 1, 54-62

      5. Guterman, N. B., Hahm, H.C., & Cameron, M. (2002). Adolescent victimization and subsequent use of mental health counseling services. Journal of Adolescent Health, 30, 336-345.

      6. Guterman, N. B. &Hahm, H.C.,(2000). Empowering parents in home visitation to prevent maltreatment, in N. B. Guterman.Stopping child maltreatment before it starts: Emerging horizons in early home visitation services, Thousand Oaks: Sage Publication.

      Publications Submitted

      1. Hahm, H.C., Cook, B., Ault, A., & Alegria, M. The intersection of race/ethnicity and gender in depression care: receipt of screening, access to care, and minimally adequate treatment

      Publications in Progress

      1. Hahm, H.C. & Lee, J. Health care utilization among lesbian and bisexual Asian American women.
      2. Hahm, H.C., Augsberger, A., & Feranil, M. Depression, substance use, and forgone health care among Asian American women who were sexually assaulted.
      3. Jang, J.S., Hahm, H.C., Kim, N. The predictors of high HIV stigma among Asian American women who were sexually assaulted. 
      4. Hahm, H.C., *Yang, Y., *Kim, A., &*Trinh, T. Recruiting Asian American women: Effective strategies for recruiting Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese women into a survey study.   
      5. Hahm, H.C., Cook, B., Ault, A., & Alegria, M. The intersection of race/ethnicity and gender in depression care: receipt of screening, access to care, and minimally adequate treatment.

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