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PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Two-hour Workshop). Psychological trauma and health care

issues among homeless women. Jubilee Women’s Shelter, Seattle, WA, May,

2010.
Whitbeck, L. & Walls, M. (Invited Presentation). Adapting and transforming services

and interventions across cultures: Identifying cultural services preferences.

Advanced Study Institute in Cultural Psychology, McGill University, Montreal, April, 2010.
Whitbeck, L. & Walls, M. Adapting and transforming services and interventions across

cultures: Identifying cultural services preferences. Annual Meeting of the Society

for the Study of Psychiatry and Culture, Montreal, April, 2010.
Hartshorn, K., Whitbeck, L., & Hoyt, D. Perceived discrimination, anger and later

Delinquency: Specifying a meditational model of delinquency among Indigenous

adolescents. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, April, 2010.

Wright C., Cheadle, J., Crawford, D., & Whitbeck, L. Pathways to aggressive behaviors

among Indigenous adolescents. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings,

Chicago, April, 2010.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Panel). Homeless Research Center Expert Panel on Youth who

are LGBTQI-2S. SAMSHA, Washington, DC, February, 2010.


Whitbeck, L. & Walls, M. Promoting Indigenous family resilience: A culturally based

family centered prevention program for early onset alcohol and drug use. Annual Meeting and Summer Institute in Indigenous Mental Health Research. National Network for Aboriginal Mental Health Research. Montreal, Quebec, August, 2009.


Whitbeck, L. Measuring the health effects of historical and contemporary cultural

losses. 14th International Congress on Circumpolar Health. Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada, July, 2009.


Whitbeck, L. & Hartshorn, K. (Poster). The effects of runaway episodes and

homelessness on adolescent psychiatric disorders: Are we over diagnosing?

National Health Care for the Homeless Conference and Policy Symposium. Washington DC, June, 2009.
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Panel Presentation). Windows of opportunity: Points for

intervention with American Indian early adolescents. Oshki Anishinabe Wakanyeja. A Gathering of Minnesota’s Native Leaders. Onamia, MN, June, 2009.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). The beginnings of mental health disparities;

Emergent mental disorders among Indigenous adolescents. 57th Nebraska

Symposium on Motivation. Lincoln, NE. April, 2009.
Whitbeck, L. & Crawford, D. Gestational risks and psychiatric disorders among

Indigenous adolescents. Midwest Sociology Society, Des Moines, IA.

April, 2009.
Crawford, D., Trotter, E., Hartshorn, K., & Whitbeck, L. Pregnancy and mental health of

homeless young women. Midwest Sociology Society, Des Moines, IA.

April, 2009.
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). The protective effects of traditional Indigenous

beliefs and practices. Duluth Medical Research Institute Seminar Series. University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth, MN. March, 2009


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). The protective effects of traditional culture: A

cultural application of the stress model of mental disorder. The Aboriginal Resilience Lecture Series. Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, McGill University. Cultural and Community Mental Health Rounds..Montreal, Quebec. February, 2009.

Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Community-based mental health finding and

partnerships. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 2009 Winter Institute, Mental Health in American Indian Communities. Baltimore, MD, January, 2009.


Whitbeck, L. Psychiatric diagnosis, health care needs, and health services utilization

among homeless and runaway adolescents. The Third Oxford Health and

Homelessness Conference, Oxford, UK. September, 2008
Whitbeck, L.& Walls, M. (Invited Presentation). Discrimination, historical loss, and substance abuse among Indigenous adolescents. Third Annual New Mexico Tribal Health Summit, Albuquerque, NM. June, 2008.
Whitbeck, L., Walls, M., Johnson, K., Morrisseau, A., & McDougal, C. Depressed affect

and historical loss among North American Indigenous adolescents. The

Eleventh International Conference on Social Stress Research, Sante Fe, NM.

May, 2008.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Reconnecting generations for strong families.

Integrating Emerging Practices and Traditions: A Path to the Future, Prior Lake,

MN, April, 2008.
Crawford, D., Johnson, K., Hoyt, D., & Whitbeck, L. Propensity for violence among

homeless and runway adolescents. Midwest Sociology Society, St. Louis, MO,

March, 2008.
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Panel Presentation). Paying the piper: the children left behind.

National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA), New York City, October, 2007.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Substance abuse data for reservations in the

northern Midwest. National Institute on Drug Abuse Methamphetamine Abuse in American Indian and Alaska Native Populations Meeting. Washington, DC.

September, 2007.
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Enhancing rural and frontier mental health

research through community-based participatory research. National

Association for Rural Mental Health. Kansas City, MO. August, 2007.
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Lessons in community-based participatory

research. Frontier Mental Health Research: The NIH Grant Application Process. National Institute on Mental Health. Anchorage, AK, May, 2007.

Yu, M., McChargue, D., Whitbeck, L. Gender and depressive symptoms correlates of

growth in American Indian Cigarette use. (Poster) Society for Research in

Nicotine and Tobacco. Austin, TX, February, 2007.
Walls, M. & Whitbeck, L. Marijuana and alcohol use across early Adolescence:

gender differences among American Indian/First Nations Youth (Poster).

SRCD Biennial Meeting, Boston, MA. April, 2007.

Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Historical loss and substance abuse. NIDA

Conference on Disasters and Substance Abuse: Current Knowledge, Research

Gaps, and Future Directions. Sponsored by the Division of Epidemiology,

Services, and Prevention Branch, NIDA, December, 2006.
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Conceptualizing and measuring historical loss.

State of Minnesota Department of Human Services, Minneapolis, MN.

Sponsored by SAMHSA. November, 2006.
Walls, M.&. Whitbeck, L. Coping in context: sense of control and social support

among Indigenous adults. The Tenth International Conference on Social

Stress Research, Portsmouth, NH. October, 2006
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Adapting Bii-Zin-Da-De-Dah to Navajo and Pueblo

cultures. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, September, 2005


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Measuring historical loss among American Indian

adolescents. Mental Health Mentorship & Education Program Training Institute.

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. March, 2005.
Whitbeck, L. Major depressive disorder among homeless and runaway adolescents.

Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, April, 2005.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Address). Culturally specific basic and prevention research

methods: some examples of research partnerships with Native people.

Symposium on Cultural Issues in Treatment Development and Interventions with

Suicidal Adolescents. Duke Child and Family Study Center, Durham, North

Carolina. January, 2005.
Whitbeck, L. Mental disorder among homeless and runaway adolescents in the U.S.

International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Ghent, Belgium, July, 2004


Whitbeck, L. Intergenerational transmission of traditional Native culture. Society for

Research on Adolescence, Baltimore, March, 2004


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). From dissertation to publication. NIMH

Mental Health Mentorship & Education Program Training Institute. University of

New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. March, 2004
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Creating culturally specific measures. NIMH

Mental Health Mentorship & Education Program Training Institute. University of

New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. March, 2004
Thrane, L., Hoyt, D., & Whitbeck, L., Predictors of police contact for Midwestern

homeless and runaway youth. American Society of Criminology, November, 2003


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Address). Prevalence and correlates of historical loss among

Native people: preliminary results from the Healing Pathways Project. Grand

Rounds, Dept. of Psychiatry. University of New Mexico School of Medicine. May, 2003

Whitbeck, L. & Johnson, K. Pathways to substance abuse among homeless and

runaway adolescents. Society for Research on Child Development, Tampa, FL,

April, 2003
Whitbeck, L. Mental disorder and comorbidity among homeless and runaway

adolescents. Society for Research on Child Development, Tampa, FL, April,

2003
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Culturally specific basic and prevention research

methods: some examples of research partnerships with Native people. NIMH

Mental Health Mentorship & Education Program Training Institute. University of

New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM. March, 2003


Whitbeck, L. (Plenary Address). Native American family processes and psychological

well-being. Fourth Annual Summer Institute, NIMH Family Consortium III.

Charlotte, NC. June, 2002.
Whitbeck, L. Psychiatric Disorders among homeless and runaway adolescents: first

results from a multisite study. Society for Research on Adolescence. New

Orleans, April, 2002.
McMorris, B., Whitbeck, L., & Hoyt, D. The impact of multiple transitions on

delinquency and substance abuse among Native American adolescents. American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA. November, 2001.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation) The Bii-Zin-Da-De-Dah Prevention Project. Second

National Conference on Drug Abuse Prevention Research: A Progress Update.

Washington, D.C., August, 2001.
Hoyt, D., Whitbeck, L. McMorris, B.& Stibbem. J. Participation and attrition rates for the “Listening to One Another Project”. Society for Prevention Research,

Washington, D.C., May, 2001.


Whitbeck, L., McMorris, B., Hoyt, D., & Stubben, J. Preliminary Findings from the

Prevention Trial of the Listening to One Another Project. Society for

Prevention Research, Washington, D.C., May, 2001.
Chen, X., & Whitbeck L. Negative life events, anger, and alcohol use among

American Indians in the upper Midwest. Society for Research on Child Development. Minneapolis, MN. April 2001.

Whitbeck, L., Chen, X., & Stubben, J. Positive parenting, prosocial peers, and

early onset of substance abuse among American Indians in the upper Midwest. Society for Research on Child Development. Minneapolis, MN. April 2001.


Chen, X., Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., Early sexual abuse, street experiences and drug

use among female homeless and runaway adolescents. American Society of

Criminology, San Francisco, CA. November 2000

McMorris, B., Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., Stubben, J., & LaFromboise, T. Parents, peers,

and precociousness: disentangling factors associated with early alcohol use

among American Indian girls and boys. American Society of Criminology,

San Francisco, November, 2000
Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Collaborative research relationships and the

prevention research process. National Institute on Drug Abuse Conference:

Drug Abuse Prevention Research in the Native American Context. Washington

DC, April, 2000.


Whitbeck, L., Stubben, J., Hales, B., & Chen, X. Enculturation and early substance

use among American Indian adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence, Chicago, March, 2000


Hales, B. & Whitbeck, L. Not the same street: differential experiences of street life

for runaway adolescents by race. Society for Research on Adolescence,

Chicago, March 2000.
Yoder, K., Whitbeck, L., & Hoyt, D. Gang involvement among homeless and

runaway adolescents. American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November, 1999.

Tyler, K., Hoyt, D., Whitbeck, L., & Cauce, A. The effects of high risk environment on

sexual victimization of homeless and runaway youth. American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November, 1999.

Whitbeck, L ., Cauce, A., Hoyt, D., & Yoder, K. Deviant behavior and victimization

among homeless and runaway adolescents. American Society of Criminology, Toronto, Canada, November, 1999.


Hales, B., Stubben, J., & Whitbeck, L. Finding the lost community on a Native

American reservation. Rural Sociological Society, August, 1999.


Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., Stubben, J., & LaFromboise, T. Parental drinking, parenting,

and alcohol use among American Indian adolescents. Society for Research on Child Development, April, 1999


Tyler, K. & Whitbeck,L. The impact of early sexual abuse on later victimization

among runaway adolescents. Society for Research on Child Development, April,

1999.

Whitbeck, L. & Hoyt, D. Predictors of alcohol and drug use among American Indian



adolescents in the Upper Midwest: preliminary findings. Midwest Sociological

Society, Minneapolis, April, 1999


Bao, W., Whitbeck, L. & Hoyt, D. Continued ties with family members and peer support networks among runaway and homeless adolescents. National Council on Family Relations, Milwaukee, WI, November, 1998.
Whitbeck, L., & Hoyt, D. (invited presentation). Results from the Midwest Homeless

and Runaway Adolescent Project. All day workshop. M.I.N.K. (Missouri, Iowa,

Nebraska, Kansas) Youth Services Consortium. Kansas City, MO. October, 1998
Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., and Bao, W. Depressive symptoms, depression, and co-

morbidity among runaway and homeless adolescents. American Sociological Association Meetings, San Francisco, August, 1998.


Bao, W., Whitbeck, L., and Hoyt, D. Perceived parental acceptance as a moderator of

religious transmission among young adolescents. American Sociological Association Meetings, San Francisco, August, 1998.


Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Practitioner-researcher collaborations in

American Indian communities. NIMH Working Conference on the Extension System and Practitioner-Researcher Collaborations in the Implementation, Assessment, and Dissemination of Preventive Interventions. Ames, IA, May 1998.

Whitbeck, L. (Invited Presentation). Forming research partnerships with American

Indian communities: ethical and practical considerations. American

Psychological Association and Center for Disease Control Conference on Public

Health in the 21st Century, Atlanta, Georgia, May, 1998


Whitbeck, L. The Midwest Homeless and Runaway Adolescent Project: an overview.

Midwest Sociological Society, Kansas City, MO, April, 1998.


Whitbeck, L. and Hoyt, D. A longitudinal study of the amplification of psychological

distress among homeless adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence, San

Diego, CA, February, 1998.
Tyler, K. and Whitbeck, L. HIV risk associated with the lifestyles and behaviors of

homeless and runaway adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence, San



Diego, CA, February, 1998.
Whitbeck, L., Hill, G., Weyaus, N., & Shingobe, C. Listening to one another: focus group processes in prevention program development in two Ojibwe communities. The Second Biennial Conference on Minority Issues in Prevention. Tempe, AZ, February, 1998.
Tyler, K., Whitbeck, L., and Hoyt. D. The effects of family relationship histories on later life relationship quality and depressed affect among adult children and their parents. Gerontological Society of America, November 1997.
Whitbeck, L., (Invited Presentation) Primary socialization theory: it all begins with the family. Primary Socialization Theory: Drug Use and Deviance Conference at the Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research, Colorado State University. Ft. Collins, CO, June 24-24, 1997.
Fields, S. and Whitbeck, L. Early sexual abuse in the family and sexual victimization on the streets: a study of runaway and homeless adolescent females. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, IA, April 3-6, 1997.
Whitbeck, L., Tyler, K., and Hoyt, D. (Invited address) Family relationship histories, intergenerational relationship quality, and depressed affect among rural elderly people. Sanders-Brown Fourth Biennial Conference on Aging and Mental Health, Confronting the Mental Health needs of Rural Elders, Lexington, KY, April 3-4, 1997.
Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., Ackley, K. The parents of runaway and homeless adolescents. National Council on Family Relations, Kansas City, MO, November 1996.
Martin, L., Stubben, J., and Whitbeck, L. Ethics and procedures for doing research with American Indian families and children. National Council on Family Relations, Kansas City, MO, November 1996.
Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., and Ackley, K. Abusive family backgrounds and later victimization among runaway and homeless adolescents. Society for Research on Adolescence, Boston, March 1996.
Hoyt, D., Whitbeck, L., and Mack, K. Social supports of the rural elderly. Gerontological Society of America Meetings, Los Angeles, November 1995.
Whitbeck, L. Family structure, process and adolescent sexuality. American Society of Criminology, Miami, November 1994.
Whitbeck, L., Simons, R., and Wickrama, K. The effects of father’s working conditions and family economic hardship on parenting behaviors and children’s self-efficacy. National Council on Family Relations, November 1994.
Hoyt, D., Whitbeck, L., and Mack, K. Natural population decline and social support networks: implications for rural elderly. Gerontological Society of America, Atlanta, November 1994.
Mack, K., Hoyt, D., and Whitbeck, L. Social support networks of the rural elderly. National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, November 1994.
Johnson, C. and Whitbeck, L. An investigation of the influence of grandchild personality on the quality of the grandparent-grandchild relationship. National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, November 1994.
Huck, S., Whitbeck, L. and Hoyt, D. Early parental rejection as a factor in adult children’s filial anxiety. Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, November 1993.
Whitbeck, L. and Huck, S. Family relationship history, contemporary parent-grandparent relationship quality, and the grandparent-grandchild relationship. Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, November 1993.
Hoyt, D., Whitbeck, L. and Mack, K. Relationship history, intergenerational solidarity and depressive symptoms. Ninth Annual Forum for Research on Aging. Lincoln, NE, June 1993.
Terrell, N. and Whitbeck, L. Severe risk factors among homeless and runaway

youth. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, April 1993.


Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., and Huck, S. Early family relationships, intergenerational solidarity, and support provided to parents by their adult children. Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C. November 1992.
Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D., Miller, M., and Kao, M. Parental support, depressed affect, and sexual experience among adolescents. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Kansas City, April 1992.
Yagla, K., Whitbeck, L., and Conger, R. Employment and female adolescents’ self-esteem. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Kansas City, April 1992.
Whitbeck, L. Hoyt, D., Huck, S., Simons, R., Conger, R., and Lorenz, F. The intergenerational transmission of parental rejection and depressed affect. Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, November 1991.
Whitbeck, L. and Huck, S. Family economic hardship, depressed affect and sexual activity among adolescent girls. National Council on Family Relations, Denver, November, 1991.
Hoyt, D., Whitbeck, L., Huck, S., Simons, R., and Conger, R. The effects of relationship history on contemporary relationships between adult children and their parents. Eighth National Forum on Research in Aging, Lincoln, NE, October 1991.
Simons, R. L., Conger, R. D., Lorenz, F. O., Whitbeck, L. B., and Elder, G. H. Marital and social network support as moderators of the impact of economic strain upon parenting. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development, Minneapolis, MN, July, 1991.
Whitbeck, L. and Simons, R. The effects of early childrearing experiences on contemporary relationships between adult children and their parents. Society for Research on Child Development Meetings, Seattle, April 1991.
Conger, R., Elder, G., Lorenz, F. Simons, R., and Whitbeck, L. A family process model of economic hardship influences on adolescent adjustment. Society for Research on Child Development Meetings, Seattle, April 1991.
Whitbeck, L., Simons, R., Heilstedt, J., and Kao, M. A comparison of adaptive strategies and patterns of victimization among homeless adolescents and adults. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, April 1991.
Whitbeck, L., Simons, R., Lorenz, F., Conger, R., and Huck, S. The effects of family economic hardship on adolescent self-esteem. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Des Moines, April 1991.
Whitbeck, L., Simons, R., and Conger, R. The effects of early family relationships on contemporary relationships and assistance patterns between adult children and their parents. Gerontological Society of America, Boston, November 1990.
Whitbeck, L., Simons, R., Lorenz, F. O., and Conger, R. Family economic stress and adolescent self-esteem. National Council on Family Relations, Seattle, November 1990.
Simons, R., Whitbeck, L., Conger, R., and Chyi-In, W. Intergenerational transmission of harsh parenting. National Council on Family Relations, Seattle, November 1990.
Whitbeck, L. and Simons, R. Life on the streets: the victimization of homeless and runaway adolescents. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, April 1990.
Whitbeck, L. Barriers to intergenerational relationships and interdependency. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, April 1990.
Simons, R. and Whitbeck, L. Sexual abuse as a precursor to prostitution and victimization among adolescent and adult homeless women. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, April 1990.
Simons, R. and Whitbeck, L. Husband and wife differences in determinants of parenting: a social learning/exchange model of parental behavior. National Council on Family Relations, New Orleans, November 1989.
Whitbeck, L., Hoyt, D. and Fisher, M. Status and campus courtship patterns thirty years later: a replication and extension. National Council on Family Relations, New Orleans, November 1989.
Whitbeck, L. and Simons, R., Runaway and homeless adolescents in smaller urban communities. 14th Annual National Institute of Social Work and Human Services in Rural Areas, Bemidji, MN, July 1989.
Repinski, D. J. and Whitbeck, L. Parental behavior and adolescent self-esteem: an assessment of measures. Society for Research in Child Development Meetings, Kansas City, MO, April 1989.
Simons, R., Whitbeck, L., and Bales, A. Life on the streets: victimization and psychological distress among homeless adults. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, St. Louis, MO, April 1989.
Ishii-Kuntz, M., Whitbeck, L., and Simons, R. Sexual meanings and behavior in the AIDS era. National Council on Family Relations Meetings, Philadelphia, PA, November 1988.
Whitbeck, L., Simons, R., Conger, R., and Lasley, P. Rural family stress, adolescent values and substance abuse. National Council on Family Relations Meetings, Philadelphia, PA, November 1988.
Whitbeck, L. and Simons, R. AIDS in the heartland: knowledge, concern, and perceived behavioral change among college students. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Minneapolis, MN, March 1988.
Whitbeck, L. and Lee, G. Economic systems and rates of polygyny. Council on Family Relations Meetings, Atlanta, GA, November 1987.
Whitbeck, L. Value transmission between parents and children. Midwest Sociological Society Meetings, Chicago, IL, April 1987.
Whitbeck, L. Methodological problems in the study of value socialization. National Council on Family Relations Meetings, Dearborn, MI, November 1986.
Whitbeck, L. and Lee, G. Social networks and the rural and urban elderly. National Council on Family Relations Meetings, Dallas, TX, November 1985.
DeMartini, J. and Whitbeck L. Knowledge use as knowledge creation. Pacific Sociological Association Meetings, Albuquerque, NM, April 1985.

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