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Patterson, D .A., Tovar, M., Thompson, K., Ishcomer, J., Kreuter, M., Caburnay, C., & Lai, C. (Under review 6/14). Speaking out about physical harms from tobacco use: Response to graphic warning labels among American Indian/Alaska Native communities. Tobacco Control.

Tovar, M., Patterson, D.A., & Stevens, J. (In press). Toward a culturally informed rehabilitation treatment model for American Indian/Alaska Native veterans. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation – Special Issue.

Patterson, D. A., VanZile-Tamsen, C., Black, J., Billiot, S., & Tovar, M. (In press). The impact of disabilities and other physical health issues on academic outcomes among American Indian and Alaskan Native College Students: An exploratory analysis. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation – Special Issue.

Tovar, M., Patterson, D.A. & Jordan, L. (In press). Native American elders. In B. Berkman (Ed.), Handbook of social work in health and aging. New York: Oxford University Press.

Yazzie, C. (2015) Having the Best of Two Worlds.​ The American Indian Graduate, Spring, 14-17.

2014

Barusch, A., Tovar, M., & Golden, T. (2014). Enhancing the financial capability of Native American Elders. In N. Morrow-Howell & M. S. Sherraden (Eds.), Financial capability and asset holding in later life: A life course perspective. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Ishcomer, J. (2014). Bringing American Indian and Alaska Native cuisine to Washington University in St. Louis.​ The American Indian Graduate, Spring, 28-29.

Masters, J., & Hilton, T. (2014). Return to the Rez: Native American parolees’ transitions to community life. In S. Bowman (Ed.), Color behind bars: Racism in the U.S. prison system. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, LLC.

Masters, J. (2014). Return to the Rez: Native American parolees’ transitions to community life.​​ The American Indian Graduate, Spring, 30-33.