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Curriculum Vitae
Amy L. Ai
July 12, 2013

General Information
University address: Social Work
College of Social Work
University Center Building C2500
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2570
Phone: (850) 644-3577; Fax: (850) 644-9750

E-mail address: amyai8@gmail.com



Professional Preparation
1996 Ph.D., University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Major: Department of Psychology and SSW.
1994 M.S., University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Major: Department of Psychology.
1993 M.S.W., University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Major: Interpersonal Practice and Research, SSW.
1990 M.A., University Of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Major: Child Development and Educational Psychology, School of Education.
1987 Diploma, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Major: Medical Psychology and Developmental Psychology.

Postdegree Education and Training
1998–present NIA Postdoctoral in Interdisciplinary Research on Aging & Health.
2003 NIH Summer Training Institute on the Design and Conduct of Randomized Clinical Trials Involving Behavioral Interventions.
2000 National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Summer Faculty Development Workshop on Health Disparity.
1997 NIA Summer Institute on Aging Research.
1996 NIA Technical Assistance Workshop on Aging.

Professional Experience
2011–present Affiliated Member, Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, College of Social Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
2011–present Associate Dean for Research, Director, Trinity Center for Addition and Holistic Health CSW, FSU, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
2011–present Professor, College of Social Work, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. College of Social Work (CSW); Division of Health Fairs, Department of Family Medicine and Rural Health, College of Medicine; Department of Psychology, College of Art and Science (courtesy).
2011–2012 SGP Member, Study Group for the Provost (SGP), Florida State University. Study Group for the Provost (SGP): The Pros and Cons of a Unified Approach to the Health Sciences at the FSU, nominated by the President and the Provost, FSU.
2008–2011 Professor, School of Social Work (SSW); Department of Family Medicine (adjunct), University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), University of Pittsburgh (Pitt).
2006–2008 WA-SCOA At-large Member, Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), The Washington State Council on Aging (WA-SCOA), Washington State.
2004–2008 Associate Professor, SSW, University of Washington Health Sciences (UWHS), University of Washington (UW).
2003–2008 Affiliate Researcher, Integrative Medicine, Section of Cardiac Surgery, University of Michigan Health System (UMHS), University of Michigan (UM). Principal Investigator, Templeton Project, Integrative Medicine (The former CAMRC), UMHS.
2006–2007 ARCP Member, The Deanship of the School of Dentistry for Dean Martha J. Somerman, nominated by the Provost, UW, University of Washington (UW). Advisory Review Committee for the Provost (ARCP).
2005 WHCOA At-large Delegate and Representative of Academic Settings, The 2005 White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA), White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA), Washington, DC.
1999–2004 Assistant Professor, SSW, SSW, University of Washington Health Science (UWHS), University of Washington (UW).
1999–2003 Research Fellow (Research Faculty), Section of Cardiac Surgery, School of Medicine, UM, University of Michigan (UM). Principal Investigator/Co-Principal Investigator, Project 3, CAM Research Center for Cardiovascular Diseases (CAMRC), UMHS.
2000 WHCCAMP Member, The White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy (WHCCAMP).
1998–1999 Research Fellow (Research Faculty), Section of Cardiac Surgery, School of Medicine, UM, University of Michigan (UM). Member of the Core Research Faculty Research Center on Religion, Race, and Health (RCRRH), Institute for Social Research (ISR), UM.
1996–1998 NIA Postdoctoral Fellow, Social Research Training Program on Applied Issues of Aging, UM, University of Michigan (UM).
1995–1996 Research Associate, Section of Thoracic Surgery, School of Medicine, UM, University of Michigan (UM).
1994–1995 Research Assistant, SSW, UM, University of Michigan (UM).
1994 Intern, A) Department of Psychiatry, B) Substance Abuse Clinic, Lincoln Hospital, New York City.
1992–1993 Intern, Interdisciplinary Program on Dementia, Department of Neurology, School of Medicine, UM, University of Michigan (UM).
1990–1993 Graduate Student Instructor, Resident Advisor Pilot Program, UM, University of Michigan (UM).
1990 Research Assistant, High/Scope Educational Research Foundation.
1984–1988 Program Officer, Research Associate, a Consultant on Children and Women's Health and Well-Being, Child Development Research Center of China.

Fellowship(s)
APA Fellow – The American Psychological Association (APA) Division 20, Psychology of Aging (2012).

APA Fellow – The APA Division 38, Health Psychology (2011).

APA Fellow – The APA Division 36, Society for Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (2007).

GSA Fellow – The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) (2004).

NIA, NIH, Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Michigan (1998).

NIA Postdoctoral Fellow – The National Institutes of Health (NIH), National Institute on Aging (NIA) (1996).



Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Award for the Careers in Aging Week, The GSA and the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) (2013).

Fulbright Specialist Program (FSSP) Award (2011).

Non-resident Faculty Scholar – The Center for Spirituality, Theology and Health, Duke University (2011).

Best Abstract Award, The 2010 Joint World Conference on Social Work and Social Development: The Agenda (2010).

Leadership Award, The AGE-SW (2007).

Cambridge Who's Who in Among Executive and Professional Woman Psychologists: "Honors Edition", Cambridge Who's Who, 2006-2007 (2006).

Fulbright Senior Specialist Program (FSSP) Award (2006).

Graduate Faculty International Travel Award, The Graduate School Fund for Excellence and Innovation, UW (2006).

Gubernatorial Appointee, A member on the Washington State Council on Aging (SCOA): Washington State Governor Christine Gregoire (2006).

Media Promotion for a Presentation Entitled "Psychosocial Mediation of Religious Coping Styles: A Study of Short-term Adjustment Following Cardiac Surgery", The APA (2006).

Outstanding Abstract Award, The 5th International Conference of Social Work in Health and Mental Health (2006).

Who's Who in American Education, Marquis Who's Who, 2006-2007 (2006).

Who's Who in Among Executive and Professional Woman Psychologists in Mental Health and Human Wellness, Manchester Who's Who, 2006-2007 (2006).

Who's Who in Medicine and Healthcare, Marquis Who's Who, 2006-2007 (2006).

Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Marquis Who's Who, 2006-2007 (2006).

Who's Who in the World, Marquis Who's Who, 2006-2007 (2006).

At-large Delegate to the 2005 WHCOA: The Booming Dynamics of Aging: From Awareness to Action, WHCOA, Washington, DC, December 11-14 (2005).

Hartford Research Mentor, The GSA (2005).

US Presidential Physical Fitness Award, The Program of the President's Council On Physical Fitness and Sports, Washington, DC, December 11, at the 2005 White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) (2005).

Who's Who in America (the 60th Anniversary Edition), Marquis Who's Who, 2005-2006, 2006-2007 (2005).

Who's Who in Social Sciences Higher Education, Academic Keys Who's Who in Social Sciences Higher Education http://socialsciences.academickeys.com, 2005-2006 (2005).

Golden Feather Award, The SSW, UW (2004).

Who's Who of American Woman (the 25th Silver Anniversary Edition), The Publisher of Marquis Who's Who in America: The Chronicle of American Achievement Since 1899, 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007 (2004).

The Margaret Gorman Early Career Award Nominee, The APA, Division 36 (2003).

Faculty Achievement Award, The AGE-SW (2002).

Hartford Geriatric Social Work Faculty Scholarship, The GSA (2002).

The Distinguished Teaching Award Nominee, The UW (2001).

The Students' Choice Teaching Award Nominee, The SSW, UW (2001).

Golden Feather Award, The SSW, UW (2000).

Presidential Nominee, A member of the White House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Medicine Policy (WHCCAMP): The United States (U.S.) President William Clinton (2000).

Distinguished Faculty Member Award, The Third World Congress on Qigong and the Second American Qigong Association Conference (1999).

Distinguished Dissertation Award, The UM (1997).

Dissertation Research Award, The APA (1995).

Distinguished Faculty/Student Research Partnership Program, The UM (1995).

Social Science Study Grant for Minority Students, The UM, Institute for Social Research (1994).

Barbour Scholarship, The UM (1993).

Continuing Education for Women Scholarship, The UM (1991).

UNICEF Fellowship, The United Nations (1989).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Association of Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture

American Geriatrics Society (AGS)

American Psychological Association (APA)

American Public Health Association (APHA)

Association for Gerontology Social Work (AGE-SW)

Association for Psychological Science (APS)

Council on Social Work Education (CSWE)

Formal Interest Group on Spirituality and Religion, GSA

Gerontological Society of America (GSA)

Medical Science Monitor International Reviewers Panel

National Asian & Pacific Islander Addiction Science Network

National Foundation for Women Legislators Healthcare and Empowerment Policy Committee

NIH Women of Color Research Network

Psychology of Aging, APA Division 20

Society for Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, APA Division 36

Society for Social Work and Research (SSWR)



Teaching
Courses Taught
Advanced Research Methods (SOW6494)

Advanced Research Methods (OgD)

Foundation of Social Work Research (MSW)

Social Work Practice with Health Care (MSW)

Human Behavior and Social Environment II: Health and Mental Health (MSW)

Research Capstone I & II (PhD)

Introduction to Social Welfare Research (MSW)

Social Welfare Research and Evaluation (MSW)

Multicultural Mental Health Practice (MSW)

Faith Matters and Mental Health Practice: Conflict versus Integration (MSW)

Integrative Seminar (MSW)

Advanced Social Welfare Research and Evaluation (MSW)

Advanced Clinical Research and Program Evaluation (MSW)

Human Behavior and Social Environment: Lifespan Development (MSW)

Traditional Chinese Medicine, twice for courses concerning "Holistic Medicine and Health Care"

West Meets East: Cross-Cultural Comparison (Philosophy, Psychology, Medicine, and Art)



Additional Teaching Not Reported Elsewhere
Ai, A. L. (2007). Independent Study, Follow-up Research on September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks. Psychology, UW.
Ai, A. L. (2004). Independent Study, Research in Social Welfare (MSW). SSW, UW.
Ai, A. L. (2003). Independent Study, Conceptualization in Spirituality and Religion (PhD). School of Nursing, UW.

Research and Original Creative Work
Program of Research and/or Focus of Original Creative Work
Cultural diversity and health care disparity and implications for theory, assessment, practice, and policy; Adult mental health, posttraumatic growth, positive psychology, and spirituality in coping with traumatic life experiences, chronic conditions, and aging; The interdisciplinary study of health and related well-being, including underlying psychosocial, biophysical, and spiritual pathways or mechanisms; The connection between posttraumatic stress disorders and posttraumatic growth following crisis or in adversity, including meaning making; Research methodology issues in clinical studies on psychosocio-behavioral and faith-related intervention and mind-body medicine; Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) and its implications for integrative medicine and health care policy.

Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Ai, A. L., Kastenmüller, A., Wink, P., Tice, T. N., Fischer, P., & Frey, D. (submitted). The connection of soul (COS) with a transcendental world: A cross-cultural assessment tool. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Huang, B., Appel, H. B., Nicdao, E. G., Lee, H. J., & Ai, A. L. (submitted). Chronic conditions and behavioral Health among Asian American men: The first national representative sample. American Journal of Men's Health. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Ai, A. L., Hopp, F., Tice, T. N., & Koenig, H. (2013). Enhanced existential relationship in light of eudaemonic tradition and religious coping of middle-aged and older cardiac patients. Journal of Health Psychology, 18(3), 368 - 382.
Ai, A. L., Huang, B., Bjorck, J. P., & Appel, H. B. (2013). Religious attendance and major depression among Asian Americans in the national database—The mediation of social support. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 5(2), 78-89.
Ai, A. L., Jackson, L., Pecora, P., Delaney, N., & Rodriguez, L. (2013). Reshaping child welfare's response to trauma: Assessment, evidence-based intervention, and new research perspectives. Research on Social Work Practice, 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Lee, K., & Kabbie, M. (2013). Body affects mind? Preoperative biological predictors for postoperative psychiatric symptoms in cardiac patients. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 36, 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Lee, K., & Weiss, H. (2013). Response to Dr. Carlos J. Crespo. Journal of Women's Health, 22(1), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Lemieux, C., Richardson, R., Tice, N. T., Plummer, C., Huang, B., & Ellison, C. (2013). Character strengths and deep connections following H-KR: Spiritual and secular pathways to resilience among volunteers. Journal for Scientific Study of Religion, 52, 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., & Noël, L. T. (2013). Postoperative biomarkers and psychiatric symptoms one-month following open-heart surgery. Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology, 15(2), 3-8.
Ai, A. L., Noel, L. T., Appel, H. B., Hung, B., & Hefley, W. E. (2013). Overall health and health care utilization among Latino American men in the United States. American Journal of Men's Health, 7(1), 6-17.
Appel, H. B., Ai, A. L., Huang, B., & Nicdao, E. G. (2013). Detrimental effects of discrimination on mental health in Asian Americans: Counteracting roles of religious involvement. International Journal for Psychology of Religion, 23, 1 to x.
Huang, B., Appel, H. B., Nicdao, E. G., Lee, H. J., & Ai, A. L. (2013). Chronic conditions and behavioral Health among Asian American men: The first national representative sample. American Journal of Men's Health, 7(1), 66-76.
Nelson-Becker, H., Ai, A. L., Hopp, F., McCormick, T. R., Schlueter, J. O., & Camp, J. K. (2013). Spirituality and religion in end-of-life care: The challenge of interfaith and cross-generational matters in changing environments. British Journal of Social Work, 43, 1 to x.
Nicdao, E. G., & Ai, A. L. (2013). Religion and the use of integrative medicine among cardiac patients. Journal of Religion and Health, 52, 1 to x.
Nicdao, E. N., Noel, L. T., Ai, A. L., Plummer, C., & Groff, S. (2013). Post disaster resilience: Racially different correlates with depresive symptoms among Hurricane Katrina-Rita volunteers. Disaster Health, 1(1), 45-53.
Ai, A. L., Appel, H. B., & Huang, B. (2012). A comparison of chronic, mental health and health service seeking among Asian Americans nationwide. Journal of Women's Health, 20(3), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Appel, H. B., & Huang, B. (2012). Overall health and health service seeking among Latino Americans nationwide. Journal of Women's Health, 20(3), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Appel, H. B., Hung, B., & Lee, K. (2012). Overall health and health care utilization among Latino American women in the United States. Journal of Women's Health, 21(8), 878-885.
Ai, A. L., Hall, D., & Bolling, S. F. (2012). Interlukin-6 and hospital length of stay after open-heart surgery. Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology, 14(2), 79-82.
Ai, A. L., Hall, D., Pargament, K., & Tice, T. N. (2012). Posttraumatic growth in patients who survived cardiac surgery: The predictive and mediating roles of faith-based factors. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 36(2), 186-198.
Ai, A. L., Noel, L., & Wink, P. (2012). Secular reverence and shorter hospital length of stay among cardiac surgery patients. The Gerontologist, 52(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Wink, P., & Shearers, M. (2012). Fatigue of survivors following cardiac surgery: Positive influences of preoperative prayer coping. British Journal of Health Psychology Psychology, 17(4), 724-742.
Huang, B., Appel, H. B., Ai, A. L., & Lin, C. C. (2012). Effects of religious involvement on mental health in Chinese Americans. Asian Culture and History, Psychology, 4(1), 2-12.
McCormick, T. R., Hopp, F., Nelson-Becker, H., Ai, A. L., Schlueter, J. O., & Camp, J. K. (2012). Ethical and spiritual concerns near the end of life. Journal of Aging, Religion, and Spirituality, 24(4), 301–313.
Nelson-Becker, H., H., Hopp, F., Ai, A. L., McCormick, T. R., & Schlueter, J. (2012). Life meaning among persons with serious illness and their caregivers. The Gerontologist, 52(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Noel, L., & Ai, A. L. (2012). Experiencing "agape" and spiritual connections: A longitudinal follow-up of middle aged and older survivors of cardiac surgery. The Gerontologist, 52(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Noel, L., Ai, A. L., & Hopp, F. (2012). Spirituality, religious coping, and overall life satisfaction among middle-aged and older cardiac patient. The Gerontologist, 52(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Wang, Y. Y., Xu, K. W., Cao, G. J., Gian, M. Y., Shook, J., & Ai, A. L. (2012). Childhood maltreatment in an incarcerated sample in China: Prediction for violent crime in adulthood. Child and Youth Service Review, 34, 1553-1559.
Ai, A. L. (2011). Spiritual struggle, inflammatory biomarker, and maladjustment after open-heart surgery. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 59(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Appel, H., & Kronfol, Z. (2011). Depression and anxiety following open heart surgery: Mediation of coping, spiritual struggle and interleukin-6. European Psychiatry, 26(Supplement 1), 597.
Ai, A. L., & Hall, D. (2011). Divine love and deep connections: A long-term follow-up of patients surviving open-heart surgery. Journal of Aging Research, 841061, 1-8.
Ai, A. L., Plummer, C., Hoe, G., Lemieux, C., Simon, C., Taylor, P., & Copeland, V. (2011). Racial identity related differential attributions of inadequate responses to Hurricane Katrina: A social-identity perspective. Race & Social Problems, 2(3), 13-24.
Ai, A. L., Plummer, C., Kanno, H., Hoe, G., Appel, H. B., Simon, C. E., & Spigner, C. (2011). Positive traits versus previous trauma: Racially different correlates with PTSD symptoms among Hurricanse Katria-Rita volunteers. Journal of Community Psychology, 39(4), 402–420.
Ai, A. L., Seymour, E. M., Kronfol, Z., & Bolling, S. (2011). Moot states, coping factors, and interleukin-6 are related to psychiatric symptoms following cardiac surgery. Biological Psychiatry and Psychopharmacology, 13(1), 2-9.
Ai, A. L., Tice, T. N., Lemieux, C., & Huang, B. (2011). Modeling the post-9/11 paradox in an existential domain: From deep connection and struggle to posttraumatic stress and growth. Archive for Psychology of Religion, 33(2), 173-204.
Ai, A. L., & Wink, P. (2011). Vitality of cardiac surgery survivors: (2011). Preoperative prayer counteracts stress effects. The Gerontologist, 51(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Wink, P., & Shearer, M. (2011). Secular reverence predicts shorter hospital length of stay among middle-aged and older patients following open-heart surgery. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 34(12), 532-541.
Appel, H., Ai, A. L., & Huang, B. (2011). Behavioral, chronic and mental health in minority women: results from the national Latino Asian American study. European Psychiatry, 26(Supplement 1), 1655.
Appel, H. B., Huang, B., Ai, A. L., & Lin, C. C. (2011). Physical, behavioral, and mental health issues in Asian-American women: Results from the national database. Journal of Women's Health, 20(11), 1703-1711.
Hopp, F. P., Nelson-Becker, H., McCormick, T. R., Ai, A. L., Camp, J., & Schlueter J. (2011). Ethical matters related to spirituality & end of life care with older adults: Guidance for health care professionals. The Gerontologist, 51(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Huang, B., Appel, H., & Ai, A. L. (2011). The effects of discrimination and acculturation on service seeking satisfaction for Latina and Asian American women: Implications for mental health professions. Social Work in Public Health, 26(1), 46-59.
Kanno, H., & Ai, A. L. (2011). Japanese approach to elder abuse: Implications for the psychosocial prevention in emerging developed countries. Indian Journal of Gerontology, 25(4), 516-531.
Kastenmüller, A., Fischer, P., Aydin, N., Ai, A. L., Winter, N., & Frey, D. (2011). In the face of terrorism: Beliefs in literal immortality reduces prejudice under terror threat. Journal for the Scientific Studies of Religion, 50(3), 604–616.
Rosmarin, D. H., Ai, A. L., & Wachholtz, A. (2011). Spirituality in behavioral medicine research. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 34(12), 1 to x.
Rosmarin, D. H., Wachholtz, A., & Ai, A. L. (2011). Beyond descriptive research: advancing the study of spirituality and health. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 34(12), 409-413.
Ai, A. L. (2010). Depression following open-heart surgery: The pathway of interleukin-6 and spiritual struggle. Annals of Behavior Medicine, 39(Supplement), s122.
Ai, A. L. (2010). Positive psychology, well-being, and cultural issues? Advances in Psychological Science, 18(7), 1037-1039.
Ai, A. L., Ladd, K. L., Peterson, C., Cook, C., Shearer, M., & Koenig, H. G. (2010). Longterm adjustment after surviving open-heart surgery: The effect of using prayer for coping replicated in a prospective design. The Gerontologists, 50(6), 798-809.
Ai, A. L., & McCormick, T. R. (2010). Increasing diversity of Americans' faiths alongside Baby Boomers' aging: Implications for health chaplains, intervention. Journal of Health Care Chaplaincy, 16(1), 24-41.
Ai, A. L., Pargament, K., Appel, H., & Kronfol, Z. (2010). Depression following open-heart surgery: A path model involving interleukin-6, spiritual struggle, and hope under preoperative distress. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 66(10), 1057-1075.
Ai, A. L., Pargament, K., Kronfol, Z., Tice, T. N., & Appel, H. (2010). Pathways to postoperative hostility in cardiac patients: Mediation of coping, spiritual struggle, and interleukin-6. Journal of Health Psychology, 15(2), 186–195.
Ai, A. L., & Peterson, C. (2010). Effects of the intended prayer coping on long-term adjustment after open-heart surgery. Annals of Behavior Medicine, 39(Supplement), s136.
Ai, A. L., Rollman, B. L., & Berger, C. S. (2010). Co-morbid mental health symptoms and heart diseases: Can health care and mental health care professionals collaboratively improve the assessment and management? Health & Social Work, 35(1), 27-38.
Appel, H., Huang, B., & Ai, A. L. (2010). A review of behavioral, chronic, and mental health issues in Asian American Women: Results from the National Latino Asian American Study (NLAAS). Journal of Women's Health, 19(3), 604.
Fischer, P., Ai, A. L., Aydin, N., Haslam, A., & Frey, D. (2010). The relationship of religious identity and preferred coping strategies: An examination of relative importance of interpersonal and intrapersonal coping in Muslims and Christian faiths. Review of General Psychology, 14(4), 365-381.
Lemieux, C. M., Plummer, C. A., Richardson, R., Simon, C., & Ai, A. L. (2010). Social work students in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita: Mental health, substance use, and adaptive coping. Journal of Social Work Education, 6(3), 391-410.
Ai, A. L., & Ardelt, M. (2009). Contradiction in the contemporary study of faith matters: Negation and affirmation via a historical perspective. Journal of Aging, Religion, and Spirituality, 21(4), 287-296.
Ai, A. L., Corley, C. S., Peterson, C., Huang, B., & Tice, T. N. (2009). Preoperative prayer and quality of life in cardiac patients: Pathways of cognitive coping and social support. Social Work in Health Care, 48(4), 471-494.
Ai, A. L., & Kanno, H. (2009). Modeling pathways to postoperative outcomes in adult and older cardiac patients: A biomarker and positive and negative faith. The Gerontologist, 49(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Seymour, E. M., Tice, N. T., Kronfol, Z., & Bolling, S. F. (2009). Spiritual struggle related to plasma interleukin-6 prior to cardiac surgery. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 1(2), 112-128.
Ai, A. L., & Shearer, M. (2009). Spirituality seeking and medical outcomes following CABG surgery. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 57(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Wink, P., Tice, T. N., Bolling, S. F., Wasin, A., & Shearer, M. (2009). Prayer and reverence in naturalistic, aesthetic, and socio-moral contexts predicted fewer complications following coronary artery bypass. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 32(6), 570-581.
Ai, A. L., Bolling, S., & Tice, T. (2008). Deep respect for life and medical outcomes following coronary artery bypass graft surgery. International Journal of Psychology, 43(3/4), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., & Branco, K. (2008). Faith, function, and well-being in coping with aging: An interdisciplinary Inquiry, II. Journal of Aging, Religion, and Spirituality, 20(4), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., & Carrigan, L. (2008). Social strata related cardiovascular health disparity and comorbidity in an aging society: Implications for professional care. PubMed Enhanced: Search biomedical conference abstracts, 1 to x. Retrieved from http://www.biowizard.com/pmabstract.php?pmid=17571643
Ai, A. L., Kastenmüller, A., Tice, T., Fischer, P., & Frey, D. (2008). Assessing the Connection of Soul (COS) with a Transcendental World: A Test beyond the belief in literal immortality. International Journal of Psychology, 43(3/4), 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Park, C., & Shearer, M. (2008). Spiritual or religious involvement related to end-of-life decision in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery. The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, 38(1), 113-132.
Ai, A. L., Peterson, C., Bolling, S. F., & Rodgers, W. (2008). Depression, faith-based coping, and short-term post-operative global functioning in adult and older patients undergoing cardiac surgery. PubMed Enhanced: Search biomedical conference abstracts, 1 to x. Retrieved from http://www.biowizard.com/pmabstract.php?pmid=16380306
Ai, A. L., Peterson, C., Rodgers, W., & Tice, T. N. (2008). Faith factors and internal health locus of control in patients prior to open-heart surgery. PubMed Enhanced: Search biomedical conference abstracts, 1 to x. Retrieved from http://www.biowizard.com/pmabstract.php?pmid=16033788
Ai, A. L., Tice, T. N., Huang, B., Rodgers, W., & Bolling, S. F. (2008). Types of prayer, optimism, and well-being of middle-aged and older patients undergoing open-heart surgery. Mental Health, Religion, and Culture, 11(1, special issue), 131-150.
Ai, A. L., Tice, T. N., Shearer, M., Bolling, S., & Park, C. S. (2008). Existential issues and outcomes of patients coping with severe cardiac conditions. The Gerontologist, 48(Special Issue), 1 to x.
Ardelt, M., Ai, A. L., & Eichenberger, S. E. (2008). In search for meaning: The differential role of religion for middle-aged and older persons diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Journal of Religion, Spirituality and Aging, 20(4), 288-312.
Fischer, P., & Ai, A. L. (2008). International terrorism and mental health: Recent research and future directions. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 23(3), 339-361.
Peck, M., & Ai, A. L. (2008). Evidenced-based psycho-social treatments for older adults with cardiovascular diseases. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 50(S1), 13-44.
Plummer, C. A., Ai, A. L., Lemieux, C., Richardson, R., Dey, S. K., Taylor, P., Spence, S., & Kim, H. (2008). Volunteerism among social work students during Hurricane Katrina and Rita: A report from the disaster Area. Journal of Social Service Research, 34(3), 55-71.
Ai, A. L., & Carrigan, L. (2007). Social strata related cardiovascular health disparity and comorbidity in an aging society: Implications for professional care. Health & Social Work, 32(2), 97-105.
Ai, A. L., & Kronfol, Z. (2007). Behavioral coping, religious struggle, and plasma interleukin-6 immediately prior to cardiac surgery. Annals of Behavior Medicine, 33(Supplement), S035.
Ai, A. L., & Park, C. L. (2007). Religious and spiritual factors related to end-of-life fair in patients undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery. The Gerontologist, 47(Special Issue), 309.
Ai, A. L., Park, C., Huang, B., Rodgers, W., & Tice, T. N. (2007). Psychosocial mediation of religious coping: A prospective study of short-term psychological distress after cardiac surgery. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33(6), 867-882.
Ai, A. L., Park, C., Huang, B., Rodgers, W., & Tice, T. N. (2007). Psychosocial mediation of religious coping: A prospective study of short-term psychological distress after cardiac surgery. Sage Journals Online, 1 to x.
Ai, A. L., Peterson, C., Bolling, S. F., & Rodgers, W. (2007). Depression, faith-based coping, and post-operative global functioning in cardiac patients. Annals of Behavior Medicine, 33(Supplement), S035.
Ai, A. L., Peterson, C., Tice, T. N., Huang, B. C., Rodgers, W., & Bolling, S. F. (2007). The influence of prayer on mental health among cardiac surgery patients: The role of optimism and acute distress symptoms. Journal of Health Psychology, 12(4), 580-596.
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