Presentations

The goal of Dr. Lincoln's research is to identify intervention points and strategies for limiting the further deterioration of health and mental health of Black Americans by examining social determinants. To that end, she has presented at several national and international conferences and is regularly invited to share her expertise to diverse audiences across the country.

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Lincoln, K. D. (June, 2012). Socioeconomic Position, Obesity and Depression: Is there an Obesity-Depression Paradox? 13th International Conference on Social Stress Research. Dublin, Ireland.

Lincoln, K. D., Lloyd, D., & Ray, D. (2012, January). Profiles of psychological distress among middle-aged and older adults: Findings from the National Survey of American Life. Presented at the Society for Social Work and Research, 16th Annual Conference, Research that Makes a Difference: Advancing Practice and Shaping Public Policy, Washington, DC.

Lincoln, K. D. (2011, September). Race and socioeconomic differences in comorbid depression and obesity among Black and White Americans. Presented at the 15th World Congress of Psychiatry, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Aranda, M.P., Chae, D.H., Lincoln, K.D., Taylor, R.J., Chatters, L.M., & Toler Woodward, A. (September, 2011). Lifetime and twelve-month prevalence of DSM-IV major depressive disorder among older African Americans, Black Caribbeans, and non-Hispanic Whites: Results from the National Survey of American Life. Presented at the 15th World Congress of Psychiatry, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Chae, D. H., Lincoln, K. D., & Arriola, K. R. (2010, April). Racial Discrimination and Cardiovascular Disease Among African Americans: The Role of Mood Disorders. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Seattle, Washington.

Lincoln, K. D., & Chae, D. H. (2008, June). Social Relationships and Depression among African Americans and Caribbean Blacks. Paper presented for the Study of Psychological Study of Social Issues, 7th Biennial Convention, Disparities across the Globe: Place, Race, Class, Ethnicity & Gender, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.

Chae, D. H., Lincoln, K. D., & Jackson, J. S. (2008, June). Discrimination, Attribution, and Racial Group Identification: Implications for Psychological Distress among Black Americans in the National Survey of American Life. Paper presented for the Study of Psychological Study of Social Issues, 7th Biennial Convention, Disparities across the Globe: Place, Race, Class, Ethnicity & Gender, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.

Chae, D. H., Lincoln, K. D., & Jackson, J. S. (2008, June). Discrimination, Attribution, and Racial Group Identification: Implications for Psychological Distress among Black Americans in the National Survey of American Life. Paper presented for the Study of Psychological Study of Social Issues, 7th Biennial Convention, Disparities across the Globe: Place, Race, Class, Ethnicity & Gender, Roosevelt University, Chicago, Illinois.

Lincoln, K.D., & Chae, D.H. (2008, May). Social Relationships and Depression Among African Americans and Caribbean Blacks. Presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, HI.

Lincoln, K. D. Financial Strain, Social and Personal Coping Resources and Depressive Symptoms in a Clinical Sample of Older Latinos in the USA. (2006, December). Paper presented for the Fifth International Conference of Social Work Health and Mental Health, Hong Kong, China.

Lincoln, K. D. Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms among African American and White Adults: The Effect of Race and Socioeconomic Status. (2006, May). Paper presented for the Association of Psychology and Psychiatry for Adults and Children's, Eleventh International Conference on Psychology and Communication: Friendship and Unity, Athens, Greece.

Lincoln, K. D. Patterns of Depressive Symptoms among Older Adults. (2006, April). Paper presented for the Second International Symposium on Social and Applied Gerontology. Antalya, Turkey.

Lincoln, K. D. Racial Inequalities in Mental Health Across the Life Course. (2006, February). Paper presented for the Council on Social Work Education 52nd Annual Program Meeting. Chicago, Illinois.

Lincoln, K. D. Financial Strain, Negative Interactions, Mastery and Depression among Older Black and White Adults. (2004, May). Paper presented for the Fourth International Conference on Social Work in Health and Mental Health. Quebec, Canada.

Lincoln, K. D. Financial Strain, Negative Interactions, Mastery and Depression among Older Black and White Adults. (2003, November). Paper presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. San Diego, California.

Lincoln, K. D. Positive and Negative Social Interaction, Personality and Stressful Events as Predictors of Psychological Distress among African Americans. (2002, June). Paper presented at the National Institute of Mental Health Division of Services and Intervention Research: Social Work Research: Moving Forward Meeting. Bethesda, Maryland.

Lincoln, K. D. Stress, Religious Participation, and Subjective Health among Older African Americans. (1999, November). Paper presented at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America. San Francisco, California.

Lincoln, K. D. Religion, Stress, and Psychological Well-being among African American Women. (1998, August). Paper presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Association of Black Sociologists. San Francisco, California.