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Publications

2011 - 2014

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., North, C.S., and Jeon-Slaughter, H. (2011). Physiological reactivity in children of Oklahoma City bombing survivors 7 years postdisaster: A pilot study. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 23(3), 202-207.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Houston, J.B., Sherman, M.D., and Melson, A.G. (2011). Children of National Guard troops deployed in the global war on terrorism. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 16(4), 291-305.
  • Jeon-Slaughter, H., Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., De Andrade, B.B., and Neas, B. (2011). Auxiliary and exclusion criteria variables in imputing missing data with an application to heart rate reactivity and current posttraumatic stress disorder. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 65, 451-458.
  • Koon, K.A., Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., and Holmes, P.J. (2011). Hurricane Katrina survivors, psychosocial vulnerability, and posttraumatic stress disorder. Psychiatric Annals, 41(8), 1-4.
  • Norris, F.H., Sherrieb, K., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2011). Community resilience: Concepts, assessment, and implications for intervention. In Southwick, S.M., Litz, B.T., Charney, D., and Friedman, M.J. (Eds.), Resilience and Mental Health: Challenges Across the Lifespan (pp. 149-161). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • North, C. S., Pfefferbaum, B., Kawasaki, A., Lee, S., and Spitznagel, E. L. (2011). Psychosocial adjustment of directly exposed survivors 7 years after the Oklahoma City bombing. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 52, 1-8.
  • North, C.S., Pollio, D.E., Smith, R.P., King, R.V., Pandya, A., Suris, A.M., Hong, B.A., Dean, D.J., Wallace, N.E., Herman, D.B., Conover, S., Susser, E., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2011). Trauma exposure and posttraumatic stress disorder among employees of New York City companies affected by the September 11, 2011 attacks on the World Trade Center. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 5, S205-S213.
  • Wyche, K.F., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Pfefferbaum, B., Norris, F.H., Wisnieski, D.M. and Younger, H. (2011).  Exploring community resilience in workforce communities of first responders serving Katrina survivors. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 81(1),18-30.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Flynn, B.W., Schonfeld, D., Brown, L.M., Jacobs, G.A., Dodgen, D., Donato, D., Kaul, R.E., Stone, B., Norwood, A.E., Reissman, D.B., Herrmann, J., Hobfoll, S.E., Jones, R.T., Ruzek, J.I., Ursano, R.J., Taylor, R.J., and Lindley D. (2012). The integration of mental and behavioral health into disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 6, 60-66.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Schonfeld, D., Flynn, B.W., Norwood, A.E., Dodgen, D., Kaul, R.E., Donato, D., Stone, B., Brown, L.M., Reissman, D.B., Jacobs, G.A., Hobfoll, S.E., Jones, R.T., Herrmann, J., Ursano, R.J., and Ruzek, J.I. (2012). The H1N1 crisis: A case study of the integration of mental and behavioral health in public health crises. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 6, 67-71.
  • Allen, J.R., Allen, S.F., Latrobe, K.H., Brand, M., Pfefferbaum, B., Elledge, B., Burton, T., and Guffey, M. (2012). The power of story: The role of bibliotherapy for the library. Children and Libraries, pp. 44-49, Spring.
  • Schreiber, M.D., Pfefferbaum, B., and Sayegh, L. (2012). Toward the way forward: The National Children’s Disaster Mental Health Concept of Operations. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, 6(2), 174-181.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Khan, Q., and Garton, T. (2012). Emotional stress and heart rate variability measures assocated with cardiovascular risk in relocated Katrina survivors. Psychosomatic Medicine, 74, 160-168.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Noffsinger, M.A., and Wind, L.H. (2012). Issues in the assessment of children’s coping in the context of mass trauma. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 27(3), 272-279.
  • Call, J. A., Pfefferbaum, B., Jenuwine, M. J., and Flynn, B. F. (2012). Practical legal and ethical considerations for the provision of acute disaster mental health services. Psychiatry: Interpersonal and Biological Processes, 75(4), 305-322.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., North, C.S., and Jeon-Slaughter, H. (2012). Autonomic reactivity and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis dysregulation in spouses of Oklahoma City bombing survivors 7 years after the attack. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 52, 901-906.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Jacobs, A.K., and Houston, J.B. (2012). Children and disasters: A framework for mental health assessment. Journal of Emergency Management, 10(5), 349-358.
  • Beaton, R.D., Johnson, L.C., Maida, C.A., Houston, J.B., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2012). Disaster research team building: A case study of a web-based disaster research training program. Traumatology, 18(4), 86-91.
  • Houston, J.B., Pfefferbaum, B., and Rosenholtz, C.E. (2012). Disaster news: Framing and frame changing in coverage of major U.S. natural disasters, 2000-2010. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 89(4), 606-623.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Noffsinger, M.A., Sherrieb, K., and Norris, F.H. (2012). Framework for research on children’s reactions to disasters and terrorist events. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 27(6), 567-576.
  • Noffsinger, M.A., Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Sherrieb, K., and Norris, F.H. (2012). The burden of disaster: Part I. Challenges and opportunities within a child’s social ecology. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 14(1), 3-13.
  • Sherrieb, K., Louis, C.A., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Pfefferbaum, B., Diab, E., and Norris, F.H. (2012). Assessing community resilience on the U.S. coast using school principals as key informants. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2, 6-15.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Houston, J.B., and Regens, J.L. (2012). Incident-related television viewing and psychiatric disorders in Oklahoma City bombing survivors. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 14(4), 247-256.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Houston, J. B., and Allen, S. F. (2012). Perception of change and burden in children of National Guard troops deployed as part of the Global War on Terrorism. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 14(3), 189-198.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Jacobs, A.K., Pfefferbaum, B., Noffsinger, M.A., Sherrieb, K., and Norris, F.H. (2012). The burden of disaster: Part II. Applying interventions across the child’s social ecology. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 14(3), 175-187.
  • Putman, K.M., Blair, R., Roberts, R., Ellington, J.F., Foy, D.W., Houston, J.B., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2012). Perspectives of faith-based relief providers on responding to the needs of evacuees following Hurricane Katrina. Traumatology, 18(4), 56-64.
  • North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, B., Hong, B., Gordon, M.R., Kim, Y.S., Lind, L., and Pollio, D.E. (2013). Workplace response of companies exposed to the 9/11 World Trade Center attack: A focus-group study. Disasters, 37(1) 101-118.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Neas, B.R., Pfefferbaum, B., Norris, F.H., and Van Horn, R.L. (2013). The Communities Advancing Resilience Toolkit (CART©): Development of a survey instrument to assess community resilience. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 15(1), 15-30.
  • Zhang, G., North, C.S., Narayanan, P., Kim, Y-S., Thielman, S., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2013). The course of postdisaster psychiatric disorders in directly exposed civilians after the U.S. Embassy bombing in Nairobi, Kenya: A follow-up study. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 48(2), 195-203.
  • Houston, J.B., Pfefferbaum, B., Sherman, M.D., Melson, A.G., and Brand, M.W. (2013). Family communication across the military deployment experience: Child and spouse report of communication frequency and quality, and associated emotions, behaviors, and reactions. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 18(2), 103-119.
  • Pfefferbaum R.L., Pfefferbaum B., Van Horn R.L., Neas B.R., and Houston J.B. (2013). Building community resilience to disasters through a community-based intervention: CART© applications. Journal of Emergency Management, 11(2), 151-159.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. and North, C.S. (2013). Assessing children’s disaster reactions and mental health needs: Screening and clinical evaluation. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 58(3), 135-142. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Allen, J.R., Hammond, D.R., Whittlesey, S.W., Vinekar, S.S., and Feng, Y. (2013). A pilot study of physiological reactivity in children and maternal figures who lost relatives in a terrorist attack. Death Studies, 37(5), 395-412.
  • Pfefferbaum, R. L. and Klomp, R. W. (2013). Community resilience, disasters, and the public’s health. In F.G. Murphy (Ed.), Community Engagement, Organization, and Development for Public Health Practice (pp. 275-298). Springer, New York, NY.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Pfefferbaum, B., Van Horn, R.L., Klomp, R.W., Norris, F.H., and Reissman, D.B. (2013). The Communities Advancing Resilience Toolkit (CART©): An intervention to build community resilience to disasters. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 19(3), 250-258.
  • North, C.S., Pollio, D.E., Hong, B.A., Suris, A., Westerhaus, E.T., Kienstra, D.M., Smith, R.P., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2013). Experience of the September 11 terrorist attacks by airline flight staff. Journal of Loss and Trauma 18(4), 322-231.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Weems, C.F., Scott, B.G., Nitiéma, P., Noffsinger, M.A., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Varma, V., and Chakraburtty, A. (2013). Research methods in child disaster studies: A review of studies generated by the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks; the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake; and Hurricane Katrina. Child and Youth Care Forum, 42(4), 285-337.
  • North, C.S. and Pfefferbaum, B. (2013). Community mental health response to disasters: A systematic review. JAMA, 310(5), 507-518.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Jacobs, A.K., and Houston, J.B. (2013). Children of National Guard troops: A pilot study of deployment, patriotism, and media coverage. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience, 15(2), 129-138. 
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Shaw, J.A., and the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) Committee on Quality Issues (CQI). (2013). Practice parameter on disaster preparedness. Journal of the Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 52(11), 1224-1238. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2013). Community resilience to disasters for mental health professionals. Directions in Psychiatry, 33(2), 135-147. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Noffsinger, M.A., Wind, L.H., and Allen, J.R. (2014). Children’s coping in the context of disasters. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 19(1), 78-97.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., Nelson, S.D., Liles, B.D., Tett, R.P., Varma, V., and Nitiéma, P. (2014). Research methodology used in studies of child disaster mental health interventions for posttraumatic stress. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 55(1), 11-24.
  • Pfefferbaum B., Sweeton, J.L., Newman, E., Varma, V., Nitiéma, P., Shaw, J.A., Chrisman, A.K., and Noffsinger, M.A. (2014). Child disaster mental health interventions: Part I. Techniques, outcomes, and methodological considerations. Disaster Health, 2(1), 46-57.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Sweeton, J.L., Newman, E., Varma, V., Noffsinger, M.A., Shaw, J.A., Chrisman, A.K., and Nitiéma, P. (2014). Child disaster mental health interventions: Part II. Timing of implementation, delivery settings and providers, and therapeutic approaches. Disaster Health, 2(1), 58-67.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., and Nelson, S.D. (2014). Mental health interventions for children exposed to disasters and terrorism. Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology, 24(1), 24-31.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Varma, V., Nitiéma, P., and Newman, E. (2014). Universal preventive interventions for children in the context of disasters and terrorism. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics, 23(2), 363-382.
  • Pfefferbaum, R. L. (2014). Advancing Community Resilience to Disasters: Considerations for Theory, Policy, and Practice. In A. Farazmand (Ed), Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Practice, 2nd edition (pp. 691-709). CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, FL.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Garton, T.S., and North, C.S. (2014). Extended mental health service utilization among survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing. Psychiatric Services, 65(4), 559-562.
  • North, C., Gordon, M., You-Seung, K., Wallace, N., Smith, R., Pfefferbaum, B., Hong, B., Ali, O., Wang, C., and Pollio, D. (2014). Expression of ethnic prejudice in focus groups from agencies affected by the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 23(2), 93-109.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., North, C.S., Jeon-Slaughter, H., and Nitiéma, P. (2014). Children of terrorism survivors: Physiological reactions seven years following a terrorist incident. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 55(4), 749-754.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Jeon-Slaughter, H., and Houston, J.B. (2014). Fear associated with September 11 television coverage in Oklahoma City bombing survivors. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 19(4), 375-388.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Newman, E., Nelson, S.D., Nitiéma, P., Pfefferbaum, R.L., and Rahman, A. (2014). Disaster media coverage and psychological outcomes: Descriptive findings in the extant research. Current Psychiatry Reports, 16(9), 1-7. (Invited)
  • Newman, E., Pfefferbaum, B., Kirlic, N., Tett, R., Nelson, S., and Liles, B. (2014). Meta-analytic review of psychological interventions for children survivors of natural and man-made disasters. Current Psychiatry Reports, 16(9), 1-10. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Sweeton, J.L., Nitiéma, P., Noffsinger, M.A., Varma, V., Nelson, S.D., and Newman, E. (2014). Child disaster mental health interventions: Therapy components. Prehospital Disaster Medicine, 29(5), 494-502.
  • Deshpande, S.N., Pfefferbaum B., Allen, S.F., and Smith, L.B. (2014). Children’s emotional and behavioral reactions to disasters: Role of the primary care physician. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 107(9), 501-506.
  • Vogel, J.M., & Pfefferbaum, B. (2014).  Family resilience after disasters and terrorism: Examining the concept. In: Pat-Horenczyk, R., Brom, D., and Vogel, J.M., Eds., Helping Children Cope with Trauma: Individual Family, and Community Perspectives (pp. 81-100). New York: Routledge Press.

2006 - 2010

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Stuber, J., Galea, S., and Fairbrother, G. (2006). Panic reactions to terrorist attacks and probable posttraumatic stress disorder in adolescents. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 19(2):217-228.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Christiansen, E.H., Schorr, J.K., Vincent, R.D., Nixon, S.J., and North, C.S. (2006). Comparing stress responses to terrorism in residents of two communities over time.  Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 6(2):137-143.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., North, C.S., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Kent, A.T., Schorr, J.K., Wilson, T.G., and Bunch, K. (2006). Persistent physiological reactivity in a pilot study of partners of firefighters after a terrorist attack. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 194(2):128-131.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Doughty, D.E., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Dumont, C.E., Pynoos, R.S., Gurwitch, R.H., and Ndetei, D. (2006). Trauma, grief, and depression in Nairobi children after the 1998 bombing of the American Embassy. Death Studies, 30(6):561-577.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Pollio, D.E., Wallace, N.E., and Jeon-Slaughter, H. (2006). Adolescents discuss their reactions to the September 11 attacks. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 11(5):425-438.
  • Watson, P.J., Ritchie, E.C., Demer, J., Bartone, P., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2006). Improving resilience trajectories following mass violence and disaster. In E. C. Ritchie, P. J. Watson, and M. J. Friedman (Eds.), Interventions Following Mass Violence and Disasters: Strategies for Mental Health Practice (pp. 37-53). New York: Guilford Press.
  • Ørner, R.J., Kent, A.T., Pfefferbaum, B.J., Raphael, R., and Watson, P.J. (2006). The context of providing immediate postevent intervention  In E. C. Ritchie, P. J. Watson, and M. J. Friedman (Eds.), Interventions Following Mass Violence and Disasters:  Strategies for Mental Health Practice (pp. 121-133). New York: Guilford Press.
  • Norris, F.H., Hamblen, J.L., Watson, P.J., Ruzek, J.I., Gibson, L.E., Pfefferbaum, B.J., Price, J.L., Stevens, S.P., Young, B.H., and Friedman, M.J. (2006). Toward understanding and creating systems of postdisaster care:  A case study of New York’s response to the World Trade Center disaster. In E. C. Ritchie, P. J. Watson, and M. J. Friedman (Eds.), Interventions Following Mass Violence and Disasters:  Strategies for Mental Health Practice (pp. 343-364). New York: Guilford Press.
  • North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, B., and Hong, B. (2006). Historical perspective and future directions in research on psychiatric consequences of terrorism and other disasters. (2006). In Y. Neria, R. Gross, R. D. Marshall, and E. S. Susser, (Eds.), 9/11: Mental Health in the Wake of Terrorist Attacks (pp. 95-113). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Steinberg, A.M., Brymer, M.J., Steinberg, J.R., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2006). Conducting research on children and adolescents after mass trauma. In F. H. Norris, S. Galea, M. J. Friedman, and P. Watson (Eds.), Methods for Disaster Mental Health Research (pp. 243-253). New York: Guilford Press.
  • Allen, J.R., Tucker, P., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2006). Community outreach following a terrorist act:  Violent death and the Oklahoma City experience. In E. K. Rynearson (Ed.), Violent Death:  Resilience and Intervention Beyond the Crisis (pp. 311-334). New York: Routledge.
  • Tucker, P.M., Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Kent, A., Burgin, C.E., Parker, D.E., Hossain, A., Jeon-Slaughter, H., and Trautman, R.P. (2007). Physiologic reactivity despite emotional resilience several years after direct exposure to terrorism. American Journal of Psychiatry, 164(2):230-235.
  • Robertson, M., Pfefferbaum, B., Codispoti, C.R., and Montgomery, J.M. (2007). Integrating authorities and disciplines into the preparedness-planning process: A study of mental health, public health, and emergency management. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, 2(3):133-142.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Pollio, D.E., Wallace, N.E., Smith, R., and Jeon-Slaughter, H. (2007). Focus groups with children after the World Trade Center attacks. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 12:349-363.
  • Pfefferbaum, B.J., Reissman, D.B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Klomp, R.W., and Gurwitch, R.H. (2007). Building resilience to mass trauma events. In L. S. Doll, S. E. Bonzo, J. A. Mercy, and D. A. Sleet (Eds.), Handbook of Injury and Violence Prevention (pp. 347-358). New York: Springer.
  • North, C.S., Hong, B.A., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2008). P-FLASH: Development of an empirically-based post-9/11 disaster mental health training program. Missouri Medicine, 105(1):62-66.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Christiansen, E.H., Schorr, J.K., Vincent, R.D., and Boudreaux, A.S. (2008). Change in smoking and drinking after September 11, 2001, in a national sample of ever smokers and ever drinkers. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 196(2):113-121.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Khan, Q., Young, M.J., Aston, C.E., Holmes, J., Coon, K.A., and Thompson, J. (2008). Katrina survivors relocated to Oklahoma: A tale of two cities. Psychiatric Annals, 38(2):125-133.
  • Norris, F.H., Stevens, S.P., Pfefferbaum, B., Wyche, K.F., and Pfefferbaum, R.L. (2008). Community resilience as a metaphor, theory, set of capacities, and strategy for disaster readiness. American Journal of Community Psychology, 41:127-150.
  • Everly, G.S., Jr., Beaton, R.D., Pfefferbaum, B., and Parker, C.L. (2008). Training for disaster response personnel: The development of proposed core competencies in disaster mental health. Public Health Reports, 123:539-542.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Houston, J.B., Wyche, K.F., Van Horn, R.L., Reyes, G., Jeon-Slaughter, H., and North, C.S. (2008). Children displaced by Hurricane Katrina: A focus group study. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 13(4):303-318.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Houston, J.B., North, C.S., and Regens, J.L. (2008). Youth’s reactions to disasters and the factors that influence their response. The Prevention Researcher, 15(3):3-6 (invited).
  • Houston, J.B., Pfefferbaum, B., and Reyes, G. (2008). Experiencing disasters indirectly: How traditional and new media disaster coverage impacts youth. The Prevention Researcher, 15(3):14-17 (invited).
  • Allen, S.F., Pfefferbaum, B., Cuccio, A., and Salinas, J. (2008). Early identification of children at risk for developing posttraumatic stress symptoms following traumatic injuries. Journal of Psychological Trauma, 7(4):235-252.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., and North, C.S. (2008). Research with children exposed to disasters. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 17(S2):S49-S56.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Houston, J.B., Rainwater, S.M., and Regens, J.L. (2008). Media coverage and children’s reactions to disaster with implications for primary care and public health. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 101(12):312-317.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L. (2008).The role of colleges and universities in building community resilience to disasters. National Social Science Journal, 33(1):102-109. (Also in National Social Science Proceedings, 38(3):161-170.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Reissman, D.B., Pfefferbaum, B., Wyche, K.F., Norris, F.H., and Klomp, R.W. (2008). Factors in the development of community resilience to disasters. In M. Blumenfield and R. J. Ursano (Eds.), Intervention and Resilience after Mass Trauma (pp. 49-68). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Beaton, R., Murphy, S., Houston, J.B., Reyes, G., Bramwell, S., McDaniel, M., Reissman, D., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2009). The role of public health in mental and behavioral health in children and families following disasters. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 15(6):1-11.
  • North, C.C., Pfefferbaum, B., Vythilingham, M., Martin, G.J., Schorr, J., Beaudreaux, A., Spitznagel, E.L., and Hong, B.A. (2009). Exposure to bioterrorism and mental health response among Capitol Hill political staff. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science, 7(4):379-388.
  • Houston, J.B., Pfefferbaum, B., Sherman, M., Melson, A., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Brand, M., and Jarman, Y. (2009). Children of deployed National Guard soldiers: Perceptions of parental deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Psychiatric Annals 39:805-811.
  • McLaughlin, K.A., Fairbank, J.A., Gruber, M.J., Jones, R.T., Lakoma, M.D., Pfefferbaum, B., Sampson, N.A., and Kessler, R.C. (2009). Serious emotion disturbance among youth exposed to Hurricane Katrina two years post-disaster. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 48(11):1069-1078.
  • Maida, C.A., Steinberg, A.M., Kaplan, S., Brymer, M.J., Kurklinsky, A.K., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2009). Qualitative methods in the development of a national child and family disaster mental health research training program. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 11(3):145-154.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., and North, C.S. (2009). The Oklahoma City bombing. In Y. Neria, S. Galea, and F. Norris (Eds.), Mental Health Consequences of Disasters (pp. 508-521). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Houston, J.B., Reyes, G., Steinberg, A.M., Pynoos, R.S., Fairbank, J.A., Brymer, M.J., and Maida, C.A. (2010). Building national capacity for child and family disaster mental health research. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41(1):26-33.
  • Tucker, P., Jeon-Slaughter, H., Pfefferbaum, B., Khan, Q., and Davis, NJ. (2010). Emotional and biological stress measures in Katrina survivors relocated to Oklahoma. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, 5(2):113-126.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Maida, C.A., Steinberg, A.M., Beaton, R.D., Pynoos, R.S., Fairbank, J.A., Brymer, M.J., and Kurklinsky A.K. (2010). Enhancing national capacity to conduct child and family disaster mental health research. Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(4):237-241.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., North, C. S., Kent, A., Jeon-Slaughter, H., and Parker, D.E. (2010). Biological correlates of direct exposure to terrorism several years post-disaster. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 22(3):186-195.
  • North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, B., Hong, B.A., Gordon, M., Kim, Y-S., Lind, L., and Pollio, D.E. (2010). The business of healing: Focus group discussions of readjustment to the post-9/11 work environment among workers of affected agencies. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 52(7):713-718.
  • McLaughlin, K.A., Fairbank, J.A., Gruber, M.J., Jones, R.T., Osofsky, J.D., Pfefferbaum, B., Sampson, N.A., and Kessler, R.C. (2010).Trends in serious emotional disturbance among youths exposed to Hurricane Katrina. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 49(10), 990-1000.
  • Felix E., Vernberg E., Pfefferbaum R.L., Gill D.C., Schorr J., Boudreaux A., Gurwitch R.H., Galea S., and Pfefferbaum B. (2010). Schools in the shadow of terrorism: Psychosocial adjustment and interest in interventions following terror attacks. Psychology in the Schools, 47(6), 592-605.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., and Norris, F.H. (2010). Community resilience and wellness for children exposed to Hurricane Katrina. In R. P. Kilmer, V. Gil-Rivas, R. G. Tedeschi, and L. G. Calhoun (Eds.), Helping Families and Communities Recover From  Disaster:  Lessons Learned From Hurricane Katrina and Its Aftermath (pp. 265-288). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.
  • Houston, J.B., Reyes, G., Pfefferbaum, B., and Wyche, K.F. (2010). Provider perspectives on displaced disaster survivors following Hurricane Katrina. In P. Dass-Brailsford (Ed.), Disaster and Crisis Counseling: Serving the Needs of Displaced Disaster Survivors Following Hurricane Katrina (pp. 99-114). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

2001 - 2005

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Nixon, S.J., Tivis, R.D., Doughty, D.E., Pynoos, R.S., Gurwitch, R.H., and Foy, D.W. (2001). Television exposure in children after a terrorist incident. Psychiatry, 64(3):202-211.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2001). The impact of the Oklahoma City bombing on children in the community. Military Medicine, 166(12):40-50.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., and Doughty, D.E. (2001). Increased alcohol use in a treatment sample of Oklahoma City bombing victims. Psychiatry, 64(4):296-303.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Call, J.A., Lensgraf, S.J., Miller, P.D., Flynn, B.W., Doughty, D.E., Tucker, P., and Dickson, W.L. (2001). Traumatic grief in a convenience sample of victims seeking support services after a terrorist incident. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 13(1):19-24.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Flynn, B.W., Ursano, R.J., McCoy, G., DeMartino, R., Julian, W.E., Dumont, C.E., Holloway, H.C., and Norwood, A.E. (2001). The emotional impact of injury following an international terrorist incident.  Public Health Reviews, 29:271-280.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., North, C.S., and Neas, B.R. (2002). Commentary:  Does television viewing satisfy criteria for exposure in posttraumatic stress disorder? Psychiatry, 65(4):306-309. (Invited)
  • North, C.S., Tivis, L., McMillen, J.C., Pfefferbaum, B., Spitznagel, E.L., Cox, J., Nixon S., Bunch, K.P., and Smith, E.M. (2002). Psychiatric disorders in rescue workers after the Oklahoma City bombing. American Journal of Psychiatry, 159(5):857-859.
  • North, C.S., Tivis, L., McMillen, J.C., Pfefferbaum, B., Cox, J., Spitznagel, E.L., Bunch, K., and Smith, E.M. (2002). Coping, functioning, and adjustment of rescue workers after the Oklahoma City bombing. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 15(3):171-175.
  • Stuber, J., Fairbrother, G., Galea, S., Pfefferbaum, B., Wilson-Genderson, M., and Vlahov, D. (2002). Determinants of counseling for children in Manhattan after the September 11 attacks. Psychiatric Services, 53(7):815-822.
  • Gurwitch, R.H., Pfefferbaum, B., and Leftwich, M.J.T. (2002). The impact of terrorism on children:  Considerations for a new era. Journal of Trauma Practice, 1(3/4):101-124.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Vinekar, S.S., Trautman, R.P., Lensgraf, S.J., Reddy, C., Patel, N., and Ford, A.L. (2002). The effect of loss and trauma on substance use behavior in individuals seeking support services after the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 14(2):89-95.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Doughty, D.E., Reddy, C., Patel, N., Gurwitch, R.H., Nixon, S.J., and Tivis, R.D. (2002). Exposure and peritraumatic response as predictors of posttraumatic stress in children following the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. Journal of Urban Health, 79(3):354-363.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Bunch, K., Wilson, T.G., Tucker, P., and Schorr, J.K. (2002). The impact of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing on the partners of firefighters. Journal of Urban Health, 79(3):364-372.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Flynn, B.W., Norris, F.H., and DeMartino, R. (2002). Disaster mental health services following the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing: Modifying approaches to address terrorism. CNS Spectrums, 7(8):575-579.
  • Allen, S.F., & Dlugokinski, E.L. (2002). Assisting children in recovering from a traumatic community event. Directions in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, 12(1), 1-11.
  • North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, B., and Tucker, P. (2002). Ethical and methodological issues in academic mental health research in populations affected by disasters: Oklahoma City experience relevant to 9/11. CNS Spectrums, 7(8):580-584.
  • Trautman, R., Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Lensgraf, S.J., Doughty, D.E., Buksh, A., and Miller, P.D. (2002). Effects of prior trauma and age on posttraumatic stress symptoms in Asian and Middle Eastern immigrants after terrorism in the community. Community Mental Health Journal, 38(6):459-474.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Doughty, D.E., Jones, D.E., Jordan, F.B., Vincent, R.D., and Nixon, S.J. (2002). Body handlers after terrorism in Oklahoma City: Predictors of posttraumatic stress and other symptoms. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 72(4):469-475.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2002). Childhood posttraumatic stress disorder. In M. Lewis (Ed.), Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (3rd ed.) (pp. 912-925). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins.
  • Gurwitch, R.H., Pfefferbaum, B., and Leftwich, M.J.T. (2002). The impact of terrorism on children:  Considerations for a new era.  In S. N. Gold and J. Faust (Eds.), Trauma Practice in the Wake of September 11, 2001 (pp. 101-124). The Haworth Press, Inc., Binghamton, NY, 2002. Also published: Journal of Trauma Practice, 1(3/4), 101-124.
  • Gurwitch, R.H., Sitterle, K.S., Young, B.H., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2002). The aftermath of terrorism. In A. M. La Greca, W. K. Silverman, E. M. Vernberg, and M. C. Roberts (Eds.), Helping Children Cope With Disasters and Terrorism (pp. 327-357). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2002). Mental health services after a disaster. In E. R. Rubin, M. Osterweis, and L. M. Lindeman (Eds.), Emergency Preparedness:  Bioterrorism and Beyond (pp. 94-100). Washintgon, DC: Association of Academic Health Centers.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Gurwitch, R.H., Robertson, M.J., Brandt, E.N., Jr., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2003). Terrorism, the media, and distress in youth: Research implications for prevention and intervention.The Prevention Researcher, 10(2):14-16.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Sconzo, G.M. Flynn, B.W., Kearns, L., Doughty, D.E., Gurwitch, R.H., Nixon, S.J., and Nawaz, S. (2003). Case finding and mental health services for children in the aftermath of the Oklahoma City bombing. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 30(2):215-227.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., Doughty, D.E., Gurwitch, R.H., Fullerton, C.S., and Kyula, J. (2003). Posttraumatic stress and functional impairment in Kenyan children following the 1998 American Embassy bombing. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 73(2):133-140.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Call, J.A., Doughty, D.E., Traxler, W.T., Pai, M.N., Borrell, G.K., and Stein, B.D. (2003). Impact of injury on posttraumatic stress in survivors seeking counseling after the 1995 bombing in Oklahoma City. Journal of Trauma Practice, 2(2):1-17.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L. (2003). Homeland security: A role for community colleges. Community College Journal, 73(4):7-9.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Brandt, E.N., Jr., Patel, H.P., Gurwitch, R.H., Schreiber, M.D., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2003).  Psychological issues associated with terrorism: A guide for physicians. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 96(11):526-529. (Invited)
  • Fairbrother, G., Stuber, J., Galea, S., Fleischman A.R., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2003). Posttraumatic stress reactions in New York City children after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 3(6):304-311.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Gurwitch, R.H., Nagumalli, S., Brandt, E.N., Jr., Robertson, M.J., Aceska, A., and Saste, V.S. (2003). Children’s response to terrorism: A critical review of the literature. Current Psychiatry Reports, 5:95-100. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Seale, T.W., Brandt, E.N., Jr., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Doughty, D.E., and Rainwater, S.M. (2003). Media exposure in children one hundred miles from a terrorist bombing. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 15(1):1-8.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2003). The children of Oklahoma City.  In R. J. Ursano, C. S. Fullerton, and A. E. Norwood (Eds.), Terrorism and Disaster:  Individual and Community Responses (pp. 58-70). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Press.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2003). Posttraumatic stress disorder. In J. J. Ponzetti Jr. (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family (Second Edition) (pp. 1250-1255). New York: Macmillan Reference USA, NY.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2003). Victims of terrorism and the media. In A. Silke (Ed.), Terrorists, Victims and Society: Psychological Perspectives on Terrorism and its Consequences (pp. 175-187). New York: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Fairbrother, G., Stuber, J., Galea, S., Pfefferbaum, B., and Fleischman, A.R. (2004). Unmet need for counseling services by children in New York City after the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center: Implications for pediatricians. Pediatrics, 113(5):1367-1374.
  • Pfefferbaum, R.L., Fairbrother, G., Brandt, E.N., Jr., Robertson, M.J., Gurwitch, R.H., Stuber, J., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2004). Teachers in the aftermath of terrorism: A case study of one New York City school.  Family and Community Health, 27(3):250-259.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Gurwitch, R.H., Doughty, D.E., Pynoos, R.S., Foy, D.W., Brandt, E.N., Jr., and Reddy, C. (2004). Teachers’ psychological reactions 7 weeks after the 1995 Oklahoma City terrorist bombing. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 74(3):263-271.
  • Gurwitch, R.H., Kees, M., Becker, S.M., Schreiber, M., Pfefferbaum, B., and Diamond, D. (2004). When disaster strikes: Responding to the needs of children. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 19(1):21-28.
  • Reissman, D.B., Klomp, R.W., Kent, A.T., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2004). Exploring psychological resilience in the face of terrorism (invited). Psychiatric Annals, 33(8):627-632.
  • North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, B., Tivis, L., Kawasaki, A., Reddy, C., and Spitznagel, E. L. (2004). The course of posttraumatic stress disorder in a follow-up study of survivors of the Oklahoma City bombing. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 16(4):209-215, 2004.
  • Pfefferbaum, B.J., DeVoe, E.R., Stuber, J., Schiff, M., Klein, T.P., and Fairbrother, G. (2004). Psychological impact of terrorism on children and families in the United States. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 9(3/4):305-317, 2004.
  • Norris, F.H., Watson, P.J., Hamblen, J.L., and Pfefferbaum, B.J. (2005). Provider perspectives on disaster mental health services in Oklahoma City. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 10(1/2):649-661.
  • North, C.S., Pollio, D.E., Pfefferbaum, B., Megivern, D., Vythilingam, M., Westerhaus, E., Martin, G., and Hong, B.A. (2005). Capitol Hill staff workers’ experiences of bioterrorism: Qualitative findings from focus groups. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 18(1):79-88.
  • Stuber, J., Galea, S., Pfefferbaum, B., Vandivere, S., Moore, K., and Fairbrother, G. (2005). Behavior problems in New York City’s children after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 75(2):190-200.
  • North, C.S., Pfefferbaum, B., Narayanan, P., Thielman, S., McCoy G., Dumont, C., Kawasaki, A., Ryosho, N., and Spitznagel, E.L. (2005). Comparison of post-disaster psychiatric disorders after terrorist bombings in Nairobi and Oklahoma City. British Journal of Psychiatry, 186:487-493.
  • North, C.S., Pollio, D.E., Pfefferbaum, B., Megivern, D., Vythilingam, M., Westerhaus, E.T., Martin, G.J., and Hong, B.A. (2005). Concerns of Capitol Hill staff workers after bioterrorism: Focus group discussions of authorities’ response. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 193(8):523-527.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2005). Aspects of exposure in childhood trauma: The stressor criterion. Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 6(2):17-26.
  • Hoffman, Y., Everly, G.S., Jr., Werner, D., Livet, M., Madrid, P.A., Pfefferbaum, B., and Beaton, R. (2005). Identification and evaluation of mental health and psychosocial preparedness resources from the Centers for Public Health Preparedness. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, Suppl:S138-S142.
  • Pynoos, R.S., Schreiber, M.D., Steinberg, A.M., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2005). The impact of terrorism on children.  In B. Saddock and V. Saddock (Eds.), Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry, Volume 8 (pp. 3551-3564). New York: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins.
  • Norris, F.H., Watson, P.J., Hamblen, J.L., and Pfefferbaum, B.J. (2005). Provider perspectives on disaster mental health services in Oklahoma City. In Y. Danieli, D. Brom, and J. Sills (Eds.), The Trauma of Terrorism:  Sharing Knowledge and Shared Care (pp. 649-661). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press. (Published simultaneously in Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma10(1/2), 649-661.)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., North, C.S., and Pfefferbaum, R.L. (2005). Psychosocial issues in bioterrorism. In M.S. Bronze and R.A. Greenfield (Eds.), Biodefense:  Principles and Pathogens (pp. 135-164). Horizon Scientific Press Ltd.
  • Allen, J.A., Pfefferbaum, B., Speed, L., and Hammond, D. (2005). Stressors, trauma, and development. In J. R. Allen and B. A. Allen (Eds.), Therapeutic Journey:  Practice and Life (pp. 196-237). Oakland, CA: TA Press.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. (2005). Aspects of exposure in childhood trauma: The stressor criterion. In E. Cardeña and K. Croyle (Eds.), Acute Reactions to Trauma and Psychotherapy:  A Multidisciplinary and International Perspective (pp. 17-26). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Medical Press.
  • Pfefferbaum, B.J., DeVoe, E.R., Stuber, J., Schiff, M., Klein, T.P., and Fairbrother, G. (2005). Psychological impact of terrorism on children and families in the United States. In: Y. Danieli, D. Brom, and J. Sills (Eds.), The Trauma of Terrorism: Sharing Knowledge and Shared Care, An International Handbook (pp. 305-317).  Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

1997 - 2000

  • Pfefferbaum, B.  (1997). Posttraumatic stress disorder in children: A review of the past ten years. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 36(11): 1503-1511 (invited). Reprinted in Reviews in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (pp. 118-125), M. K. Dulcan (Ed.). American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 1998.
  • Nixon, S.J., Vincent, R., Krug, R.S., and Pfefferbaum, B. (1998). Structure and organization of research efforts following the bombing of the Murrah building. Journal of Personal and Interpersonal Loss, 3:99-115.
  • Geis, H.K., Whittlesey, S.W., McDonald, N.B., Smith, K., and Pfefferbaum, B. (1998). Bereavement and loss in childhood. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7(1):73-85 (invited).
  • Pfefferbaum, B., and Allen, J.R. (1998). Stress in children exposed to violence: Reenactment and rage. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7(1):121-135 (invited).
  • Allen, J.R., and Pfefferbaum, B. (1998). What if Astyanax had survived? War, children and youth. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7(1):137-151 (invited).
  • Pfefferbaum, B., and Pfefferbaum, R.L. (1998). Contagion in stress:  An infectious disease model for posttraumatic stress in children. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7(1):183-194, 1998. (Invited)
  • Tucker, P., Dickson, W., Pfefferbaum, B., McDonald, N.B., and Allen, G. (1997). Traumatic reactions as predictors of posttraumatic stress six months after the Oklahoma City bombing. Psychiatric Services, 48(9):1191-1194.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Vincent, R., Boehler, S., and Nixon, S.J. (1998). Oklahoma City: Disaster challenges, mental health and medical administrators. The Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 25(1):93-99.
  • Pfefferbaum, B. Caring for children affected by disaster. (1998). Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 7(3):579-597, 1998.
  • Allen, S. F., Dlugokinski, E. L., Cohen, L. A., & Walker, J. L. (1999). Assessing impact and assisting in healing with children following a traumatic community event. Psychiatric Annals, 29(2), 93-98.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Nixon, S.J. and Foy, D.W. (1999). Trauma and recovery among adults highly exposed to a community disaster. Psychiatric Annals, 29(2):78-83. (Invited)
  • Allen, J.R., Whittlesey, S., Pfefferbaum, B., and Ondersma, M. (1999). Community and coping of mothers and grandmothers of children killed in a human-caused disaster. Psychiatric Annals, 29(2):85-91. (Invited)
  • Reprinted in: Therapeutic Journey: Practice and Life (pp. 427-436), J. R. Allen and B. A. Allen (Eds.). Oakland CA: TA Press, 2005.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Flynn, B.W., Brandt, E.N., Jr., and Lensgraf, S.J. (1999). Organizing the mental health response to human-caused community disasters with reference to the Oklahoma City bombing. Psychiatric Annals, 29(2):109-113, 1999. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Moore, V.L., McDonald, N.B., Maynard, B.T., Gurwitch, R.H., and Nixon, S.J. (1999). The role of exposure in posttraumatic stress in youths following the 1995 bombing. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 92(4):164-167. (Invited)
  • Call, J.A., and Pfefferbaum, B. (1999). Lessons from the first two years of Project Heartland, Oklahoma’s mental health response to the 1995 bombing. Psychiatric Services, 50(7):953-955.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Call, J.A., and Sconzo, G.M. (1999). Mental health services for children in the first two years after the 1995 Oklahoma City terrorist bombing. Psychiatric Services, 50(7):956-958.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Nawaz, S., and Kearns, L.J. (1999). Posttraumatic stress disorder in children: Implications for assessment, prevention, and referral in primary care. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 92(7):309-315.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Nixon, S.J., Krug, R.S., Tivis, R.D., Moore, V.L., Brown, J.M., Pynoos, R.S., Foy, D., and Gurwitch, R.H. (1999). Clinical needs assessment of middle and high school students following the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 156(7):1069-1074.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Nixon, S.J., Tucker, P.M., Tivis, R.D., Moore, V.L., Gurwitch, R.H., Pynoos, R.S., and Geis, H.K. (1999). Posttraumatic stress responses in bereaved children after the Oklahoma City bombing.  Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 38(11):1372-1379.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Nixon, S.J., Tucker, P.M., Vincent, R.D., North, C.S., Allen, J.R., and Whittlesey, S.W. (1999). Consequences of the Oklahoma City bombing in 1995. Russian Journal of Psychiatry, 5:26-30. (Invited)
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Allen, J.R., Lindsey, E.D., and Whittlesey, S.W. (1999). Fabricated trauma exposure: An analysis of cognitive, behavioral, and emotional factors. Psychiatry, 62:293-302.
  • Whittlesey, S.W., Allen, J.R., Bell, B.D., Lindsey, E.D., Speed, L.F., Lucas, A.F., Ware, M.M., Allen, S.F., and Pfefferbaum, B. (1999). Avoidance in trauma: Conscious and unconscious defense, pathology, and health. Psychiatry, 62:303-312. Also appeared as an Internet article at http://www.sipsot.it/emergenza/avoidance.html, Societe Italiana di Psicologia dei Servizi Ospedalieri e Territoriali, Urbina, Italy, (SIPSOT), 2000.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Gurwitch, R.H., McDonald, N.B., Leftwich, M.J.T., Sconzo, G.M., Messenbaugh, A.K., and Schultz, R.A. (2000). Posttraumatic stress among young children after the death of a friend or acquaintance in a terrorist bombing. Psychiatric Services, 51(3):386-388.
  • Allen, J.R., Pfefferbaum, B., Hammond, D., and Speed, L. (2000). Dsturbed child’s use of a public event:  Cotard’s Syndrome in a ten-year-old. Psychiatry, 63(2):208-213.Reprinted in: Therapeutic Journey: Practice and Life (pp. 118-123), J. R. Allen and B. A. Allen (Eds.). Oakland, CA: TA Press, 2005.
  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Nixon, S.J., and Dickson, W. (2000). Predictors of posttraumatic stress symptoms in Oklahoma City: Exposure, social support, peri-traumatic responses. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 27(4):406-416.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Seale, T.W., McDonald, N.B., Brandt, E.N., Jr., Rainwater, S.M., Maynard, B.T., Meierhoefer, B., and Miller, P.D. (2000). Posttraumatic stress two years after the Oklahoma City bombing in youths geographically distant from the explosion. Psychiatry, 63(4):358-370.
  • Pfefferbaum, B., Pfefferbaum, R. L., and Van Horn, R.L.  (2018). Involving children in disaster risk reduction: The importance of participation. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 9 (sup2 1425577), 1-6. DOI: 10.1080/20008198.2018.1425577

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, R.L., Nelson, S.D., Nitiéma, P., and Newman, E. (2018). Media effects in youth exposed to terrorist incidents: A historical perspective. Current Psychiatry Reports, 20(11), 1-8. DOI: 10.1007/s11920-018-0875-1

  • North, C.S., Mendoza, S., Simic, Z., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2018). Parent-reported behavioral and emotional responses of children to disaster and parental psychopathology. Journal of Loss and Trauma, 23(4):303-316.

  • Grolnick, W.S., Schreiber, M., Cole, C., Lochman, J., Ruggiero, K., Wong, M., Schonfeld, D. J., Cohen, J., Jaycox, L., Pfefferbaum, B., Wells, K., and Zatick, D. (2018). Improving adjustment and resilience in children following a disaster: Addressing research challenges. American Psychologist, 73(3), 215-229.

  • Bernstein, M., and Pfefferbaum, B. (2018). Posttraumatic growth as a response to natural disasters in children and adolescents. Current Psychiatry Reports, 20(5), 37 [Online]. https://link.springer.com/ article/10.1007/s11920-018-0900-4

  • Allen, S., Pfefferbaum, B., Deshpande, S. (2018). Resilience and coping intervention for children and adolescents (RCI): Implementation in universal, selective, and indicated populations. Journal of the Oklahoma State Medical Association, 111(4), 595-599. (April)

  • Allen, S., Pfefferbaum, B., Nitiema, P., and Pfefferbaum, R.L. (2018). Resilience and coping intervention in a largely Hispanic elementary school. Health Behavior and Policy Review, 5(3), 3-15. (May)

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Simic, Z., and North, C.S. (2018). Parent-reported child reactions to the September 11, 2001, World Trade Center attacks in relation to parent post-disaster psychopathology three years after the event. Prehospital Disaster Medicine, 33(5), 558-564. (October).

  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Zhao, D., Johnston, S.E., Mistry A., and Khan, Q. (2018). Associations of biological stress markers in hurricane survivors: heartrate variability, Interleukin-2 and Interleukin-6 in depression & PTSD. American Journal of Disaster Medicine, 13(4), 267-278.

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Van Horn, R.L., and Pfefferbaum, R.L. (2017). A conceptual framework to enhance community resilience using social capital. Clinical Social Work Journal, 45(2), 102-110. DOI: 10.1007/s10615-015-0556-z (Invited)

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Jacobs, A.K., Jones, R. T., Reyes, G., and Wyche, K. F. (2017). A skill set for supporting displaced children in psychological recovery after disasters. Current Psychiatry Reports, 19(9):60. DOI: 10.1007/s11920-017-0814-6. PMID: 28736806

  • Houston, J.B., First, J., Spialek, M.L., Sorenson, M.D., Mills-Sandoval, T., Lockett, M., First, N.L., Nitiéma, P., Allen, S.F., & Pfefferbaum, B. (2017). Randomized controlled trial of the Resilience and Coping Intervention (RCI) with undergraduate university students. Journal of American College Health, 65(1), 1-9. DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2016.1227826 (January)

  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Nitiéma, P., Khan, Q., Aggarwal, R., & Walling E.E. (2017). Possible link of Interleukin-6 and Interleukin-2 with psychiatric diagnosis, ethnicity, disaster or BMI. Cytokine, 96, 247-252.  DOI: 10.1016/j.cyto.2017.04.025 (April)

  • Pfefferbaum, B., Jacobs, A.K., Jones, R. T., Reyes, G., and Wyche, K. F. (2017). A skill set for supporting displaced children in psychological recovery after disasters. Current Psychiatry Reports, 19(9):60. DOI: 10.1007/s11920-017-0814-6. PMID: 28736806

  • Tucker, P., Pfefferbaum, B., Nitiéma, P., Wendling, T.L., and Brown, S. (2017).  Do direct survivors of terrorism remaining in the disaster community show better long-term outcome than survivors who relocate? Community Mental Health Journal. DOI 10.1007/s10597-017-0160-5.

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