1. Stoddard Dare, P. A., & DeRigne, L. A. (2010). Denial in alcohol and other drug use disorders: A critique of theory. Alcohol Research & Theory, 18(2) 181-193.  DOI: 10.3109/16066350902770441

2. Stoddard Dare, P. A., & Mallett, C. (2009). Parental divorce: A protection from later delinquency for maltreated children. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 50(6), 388-399. DOI: 10.1080/1050255092766498

3. Stoddard Dare, P. A., Mallett, C., & Welch, C. (2009). Parental substance use disorders: Disparate outcomes for adjudicated delinquent youth. Corrections Compendium, 34(2), 1-8.

4. Mallett, C., Stoddard Dare, P., & Seck, M. (2009). Predicting juvenile delinquency: The nexus of child maltreatment, depression, and bipolar disorder.  Criminal Behavior and Mental Health, 19(4), 235-246. DOI: 10.1002/cbm.737

5. Mallett, C., & Stoddard-Dare, P. (2010). Predicting secure detention placement for African American juvenile offenders: Addressing the disproportionate minority confinement problem. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 8(2) 91-103. DOI: 10.1080/15377931003761011

6. Mallett, C., & Stoddard-Dare, P. (2009). Maltreated children who are adjudicated delinquent: An at-risk profile. International Journal of Child & Family Welfare, 12(4) 134-144.

7. Mallett, C., Stoddard-Dare, P., & Workman-Crenshaw, L. (2011). Special education disabilities and juvenile delinquency: A unique challenge for school social work. School Social Work Journal, 36(1), 26-40.  

8. Stoddard-Dare, P. A., Mallett, C. A., & Boitel, C. (2011). Association between mental health disorders and juvenile detention for a personal crime. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 16(4), 208-213. DOI: 10.1111/j.1475-3588.2011.00599.x

9. Mallett, C. A., Stoddard-Dare, P. A., & Seck, M. (2011). Explicating correlates of juvenile detention length: The impact of race, mental health difficulties, maltreatment, offense type, and court dispositions. Youth Justice: An International Journal, 11(2), 134-149. DOI: 10.1177/1473225411406383

10. Welch-Brewer, C., Stoddard-Dare, P. A., & Mallett, C. A. (2011). Race, substance abuse, and mental health disorders as predictors of juvenile court outcomes: Do they vary by gender? Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 28(3), 229-241. DOI: 10.1007/s10560-011-0229-x

11. Mallett, C. A., Fukushima, M., Stoddard-Dare, P., & Quinn, L. (2012). Significant race differences in factors related to the detention of youthful offenders. Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice, 10(1), 24-40. DOI: 10.1080/15377938.2012.642727

12. Mallett, C. A., Stoddard Dare, P., & Quinn, L. (2012). Significant gender differences in factors related to the detention of youthful offenders. Women & Criminal Justice, 22(4), 309-326. DOI: 10.1080/08974454.2012.716694

13. Mallett, C. A., DeRigne, L., Quinn, L., & Stoddard Dare, P. (2012). Discerning reported suicide attempts within a youthful offender population. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 42(1), 67-77. DOI: 10.1111/j.1943-278X.2011.00071.x

14. Mallett, C. A., Fukushima, M., Stoddard-Dare, P., & Quinn, L. (2013). Factors related to recidivism for youthful offenders. Criminal Justice Studies, 26(1), 84-98. DOI: 10.1080/1478601X.2012.705539

15. Stoddard-Dare, P., Tedor, M., Quinn, L., & Mallett, C. (2014). An assessment of risk factors for early death among a sample of previously incarcerated youth.  Criminal Justice Studies: A Critical Journal of Crime, Law and Society, 27(2), 191-209. DOI:  

16. DeRigne, L., Quinn, L., Stoddard-Dare, P., & Mallett, C. (2014). Food insecurity in U.S. families with children with limiting health conditions. Health, 6(18), 2461-2468. DOI:

17. Stoddard-Dare, P., Mallett, C., DeRigne, L., & Quinn, L. (2015). Unintentional prescription drug non-compliance for financial reasons in families with a child with a limiting health condition. Social Work in Health Care, 54(2), 101-117. DOI: 10.1080/00981389.2014.975315

18. Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L., Quinn, L., & Mallett, C. (2015). Material hardship in families with children with health conditions: Implications for practice. Children and Youth Services Review, 49, 11-19. DOI:

19. DeRigne, L., Burki, A., & Stoddard-Dare, P. (2016). Academic disruption and substance abuse: University based treatment facilities. Health and Social Work, 4(3), 201-204.  DOI:10.1093/hsw/hlw020

20. DeRigne, L, Stoddard-Dare, P., & Quinn, L. (2016). Workers without paid sick leave less likely to take time off for injury and illness compared to those with paid sick leave. Health Affairs, 35 (3), 520-527.  DOI: 10.1377/hlthaff.2015.0965

21. DeRigne, L, & Stoddard-Dare, P. (2017).  Paid sick leave and preventive health care service use among U.S. working adults. Preventive Medicine, 99, 58-62. DOI: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2017.01.020

22. Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L., Collins, C., Quinn, L., & Fuller, K.  (2018).  Paid sick leave and psychological distress. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(1), 1-9.  DOI: 10.1037/ort0000293.

23. Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L, Mallett, C., & Quinn, L. (2018). Paid sick leave status in relation to government sponsored welfare utilization. The American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.  DOI10.1037/ort0000318

24. DeRigne, L., Stoddard-Dare, P., Quinn, L., & Collins, C.  (2018).  How many paid sick days are enough?  Journal of Occupation and Environmental Medicine.  DOI: 10.1097/JOM.0000000000001300

25. Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L, Mallett, C., & Quinn, L.  (2018).  Paid sick leave in relation to health care affordability and poverty. Social Work in Healthcare DOI: 10.1080/00981389.2018.1447532,

26. Pritt L., Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L., Hodge, D. & (2018). Barriers confronting food pantry clients: Lack of kitchen supplies a pilot study. Journal of Social Work & Christianity, 45 (2), p. 68-85.

27. DeRigne, L., Stoddard-Dare, P., Collins, C., Quinn, L., & Fuller, K. (2018).  The relationship between paid sick leave and financial worries: Findings from the 2015 National Health Interview Survey.  Journal of Social Service Research, in press, accepted 2/12/18.

28. DeRigne, L., & Stoddard-Dare, P. (2018).  The role of paid sick leave benefits on employees and public health in the United States. Social Work and Social Sciences Review, in press, accepted 2/23/18.

In Process
29. Porterfield, S., Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L. & Quinn, L.  (2018).  Gender, caregiving, and saving for retirement.  

30. Stoddard-Dare, P., DeRigne, L., Porterfield, S., & Quinn, L.  (2018).  How paid sick leave, vacation time, and flexible work hours relate to pension savings for family caregivers.