Publications

Books & Special Issues of Journals:

1. Perkins, D.D., & Zimmerman, M.A. (Eds.)(1995). Empowerment theory, research, and application [special issue]. American Journal of Community Psychology, 23. [Link to intro under Articles, below]

2, Levine, M., Perkins, D.D., &  Perkins, D.V. (2005). Principles of community psychology: Perspectives and Applications (3rd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.

3. Maton, K., Perkins, D.D., Altman, D.G., Gutierrez, L., Kelly, J.G., Rappaport, J., & Saegert, S. (Eds.) (2006). Community-based interdisciplinary research [special issue]. American Journal of Community Psychology, 38(1-2).

4. Perkins, D. D. (Ed.)(2009). International community psychology [special issue]. American Journal of Community Psychology. 44.

5. Perkins, D.D., Santinello, M., & Martini, E.R. (Eds.)(2010). Community psychology in Italy [special issue]. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 38(1).

6. Perkins, D.D., Palmer, N., & García-Ramírez, M. (Eds.)(2011). Psychosocial studies of migration and community [special issue]. Psychosocial Intervention, 20(3). https://journals.copmadrid.org/pi/archive.php?year=2011&vol=20&num=3

7. Perkins, D.D., Garcia-Ramirez, M., Menezes, I., Serrano-Garcia, I., Strompolis, M. (Eds.)(2016). Community Psychology Policy Work in International Perspective. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice. http://www.gjcpp.org/en/index.php?issue=21

Doctoral Dissertation and Masters Thesis:

Perkins, D.D. (1990). The social and physical environment of residential blocks, crime and citizens’ participation in block associations. Ph.D. Thesis. New York University, Program in Community Psychology.

Perkins, D.D. (1987). The influence of Social Problem-solving Training in School on Fourth-graders’ Home Behavior. MA Thesis. New York University, Program in Community Psychology.

Book Chapters:

1. Brown, B.B., & Perkins, D.D. (1992). Disruptions in place attachment. In I. Altman and S. Low (Eds.), Place attachment (pp. 279-304). Volume 12 in the series “Human behavior and the environment: Advances in theory and research.” New York: Plenum.

2. Webster, L. & Perkins, D. D. (2001). Redressing structural violence against children: Empowerment-based interventions and research. In D.J. Christie, R.V. Wagner, & D.D. Winter (Eds.), Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology for the 21st Century (pp. 330-340). New York: Prentice-Hall.

3. Perkins, D.D. (2002). Community psychology, planning and learning: An applied social ecology approach to sustainable development. In I. Falk (Ed.), Learning to manage change: Developing regional communities for a local-global millennium (Chapter 5; pp. 37-44). Adelaide: NCVER..

4. Perkins, D.D., & Long, D.A. (2002). Neighborhood sense of community and social capital: A multi-level analysis. In A. Fisher, C. Sonn, & B. Bishop (Eds.), Psychological sense of community: Research, applications, and implications (pp. 291-318). New York: Plenum.

5. Nation, M., Wandersman, A., & Perkins, D.D. (2002). Promoting healthy communities through community development. In L. Jason & D. Glenwick (Eds.), Innovative strategies for promoting health and mental health across the life span (pp. 324-344). New York: Springer.

6. Speer, P.W., & Perkins, D.D. (2002). Community-based organizations, agencies and groups:  Significance for children and teens. In J.W. Guthrie (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Education (2nd Ed.)(pp. 431-441).  New York: Macmillan.

7. Perkins, D.D., Crim, B., Silberman, P. & Brown, B.B. (2004). Community development as a response to community-level adversity: Ecological theory and research and strengths-based policy. In K.I. Maton, C.J. Schellenbach, B.J. Leadbeater, & A.L. Solarz (Eds.), Investing in children, youth, families and communities: Strengths-based research and policy (pp. 321-340). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

8. Hanlin, C. E., Bess, K., Conway, P., Evans, S. D., McCown, D., Prilleltensky, I., & Perkins, D. D. (2007). Community psychology [chapter 28]. In C. Willig & W. S. Rogers (Eds.), The Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

9. Perkins, D.D. (2009). The death of community psychology (and the development of community research & action) in the United States: Issues of theoretical, methodological, and practical diversity. In C. Vazquez Rivera, D. Perez Jimenez, M. Figueroa Rodriguez, & W. Pacheco Bou (Eds.), International Community Psychology: Shared Agendas in Diversity (pp. 285-314). San Juan, PR: Actividades de Formacion Comunitaria.

10. Perkins, D.D. (2010). Commentary: Reflections on Community Psychology’s Voyage. In G. Nelson & I. Prilleltensky (Eds.), Community Psychology: In Pursuit of Liberation and Well-Being (2nd edition; pp. 530-532). Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

11. Perkins, D.D. (2010). Empowerment. In R.A. Couto (Ed.), Political and Civic Leadership: A Reference Handbook (pp. 207-218). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

12. Dallago, L., Lenzi, M., Perkins, D. D., & Santinello, M. (2011). Place attachment in adolescence. In R.J.R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence. New Dehli: Springer.

13. Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., & Perkins, D.D. (2011). L’ingiustizia sociale e la salute di intere popolazioni: L’ineguaglianza delle condizioni di vita / Social injustice and the health of entire populations: The inequality of living conditions. In M. Santinello & A. Vieno (Eds.), Non è giusto: Psicologia dell’ingiustizia sociale / It’s not fair: The psychology of social injustice (pp. 183-208). Naples, Italy: Liguori Editore.

14. Vick, J.W., & Perkins, D.D. (2013). Building community: Comparing resident satisfaction, sense of community, and neighboring in a New Urban and a suburban neighborhood. In K. Besel (Ed.), Back to the Future: New Urbanism and the Return of Traditionalism within Urban and Suburban Environments. Lanham, MD: University Press of America (Rowman-Littlefield).

15. Fisher, B., Anthony, D.L., & Perkins, D.D. (2013). Defensible space. In J.I. Ross (Ed.),Encyclopedia of Street Crime in America. Sage.

16. Anthony, D.L., & Perkins, D.D. (2013). Disorder: Observational and perceptual measures. In D. Weisburd & G. Bruinsma (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Springer.

17. Mihaylov, N., & Perkins, D.D. (2014). Community Place Attachment and its Role in Social Capital Development. In L. Manzo & P. Devine-Wright (Eds.), Place Attachment: Advances in Theory, Methods and Applications (pp. 61-74). Routledge.

18. Evans, S., Raymond, C., & Perkins, D.D. (2015). Organizational and Community Capacity Building. In V. C. Scott & S. M. Wolfe (Eds.), Community Psychology: Foundations for Practice (pp. 189-219). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

19. Karakos, H.L., Fisher, B.W., Geller, J., Lunn, L., Palmer, N.A., Perkins, D.D., . . . Shields, S. . (2016). The Field School in Intercultural Education as a Model for International Service-Learning and Collaborative Action-Research Training. In S. L. Barnes, L. Brinkley-Rubinstein, B. Doykos, N. C. Martin & A. McGuire (Eds.), Academics in action!: A model for community-engaged research, teaching, and service (pp. 167-190). New York: Fordham University Press.

20. Perkins, D.D., & Schensul, J.J. (2016). Interdisciplinary contributions to community psychology and transdisciplinary promise. In M.A. Bond, C.B. Keys, & I. Serrano-García (Eds.), Handbook of Community Psychology (2nd Edition) (pp. 189-209). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

  1. Harvey, R., & Mihaylov, N.L. (2017). Doing Community Psychology Internationally: Lessons Learned in the Field. In J.J. Viola & O. Glantsman (Eds.), Diverse Careers in Community Psychology (chapter 22). New York: Oxford University Press. (includes extended interview response section by D.D. Perkins)
  2. Malpert, A., Bess, K., Evans, S. D., Perkins, D. D., Suiter, S., Conway, P., Hanlin, C. E., McCown, D., & Prilleltensky, I. (2017). Community psychology [revised chapter]. In C. Willig & W. S. Rogers (Eds.), The Handbook of Qualitative Methods in Psychology (2nd ed., pp. 320-337). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  3. Vega, A., & Perkins, D.D. (in press). Memorial Gymnasium: Racial Activism/Justice. In A. Thurber, L. Williams, & J. Fraser (Eds.), People’s Guide to Nashville. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

24. Eccleston, S.M.P., Gupta, J., & Perkins, D.D. (2018). Critical perspectives on neighborhood engagement and participatory development. In R.A. Hays (Ed.), Neighborhood Change and Neighborhood Action: The Struggle to Create Neighborhoods that Serve Human Needs (chapter 1: pp. 1-25). Lexington Books.

25. Perkins, D.D. (2018). Preface. In Lenzi, M., Santinello, M., & Vieno, A., Fondamenti di Psicologia di Comunità / Fundamentals of Community Psychology (2nd Ed.). Bologna: Il Mulino.

26. Perkins, D.D. (2018). 中译版前言 (New Foreword to the Chinese edition (translated) of Levine, M., Perkins, D.D., & Perkins, D.V. (2005). 社区心理学原理: 第三版 (Principles of community psychology: 3rd Edition). Shanghai Educational Publishing House.

Articles in Refereed Journals:

1. Perkins, D.D. (1988). The use of social science in public interest litigation: A role for community psychologists. American Journal of Community Psychology (Special Issue: Law and Community Psychology), 16, 465-485.

2. Perkins, D.D., Florin, P., Rich, R.C., Wandersman, A. & Chavis, D.M. (1990). Participation and the social and physical environment of residential blocks: Crime and community context. American Journal of Community Psychology, 18, 83-115.

3. Perkins, D.D., & Wandersman, A. (1990). “You’ll have to work to overcome our suspicions:” Benefits and pitfalls of research with community organizations. Social Policy, 21 (1), 32-41.

4. Perkins, D.D., Meeks, J.W., & Taylor, R.B. (1992). The physical environment of street blocks and resident perceptions of crime and disorder: Implications for theory and measurement. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 12, 21-34.

5. Perkins, D.D., Wandersman, A., Rich, R., & Taylor, R. (1993). The physical environment of street crime: Defensible space, territoriality and incivilities. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 13, 29-49.

6. Taylor, R.B., Koons, B.A., Kurtz, E.M., Greene, J.R., & Perkins, D.D. (1995). Street blocks with more nonresidential land use have more physical deterioration: Evidence from Baltimore and Philadelphia. Urban Affairs Review, 31, 120-136.

7. Perkins, D.D., & Zimmerman, M.A. (1995). Empowerment theory, research, and application. American Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 569-579.

8. Perkins, D.D. (1995). Speaking truth to power: Empowerment ideology as social intervention and policy. American Journal of Community Psychology, 23, 765-794.

9. Perkins, D.D., & Taylor, R.B. (1996). Ecological assessments of community disorder: Their relationship to fear of crime and theoretical implications. American Journal of Community Psychology, 24, 63-107. (Reprinted in T.A. Revenson, A.R. D’Augelli, S.E. French, D.L. Hughes, D. Livert, E. Seidman, M. Shinn, & H Yoshikawa (Eds.)(2002), Ecological research to promote social change: Methodological advances from community psychology (pp. 127-170). New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.)

10. Perkins, D. D., Brown, B. B., & Taylor, R. B. (1996). The ecology of empowerment: Predicting participation in community organizations. Journal of Social Issues.52(1), 52, 85-110.

11.Perkins, D.D. (2000). Research, teaching, and service in applied, multidisciplinary academic programs and in community organizations. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 19(2), 121-128. (also published in O’Donnell, C.R., & Ferrari, J.R. (Eds.)(2000).Employment in community psychology: The diversity of opportunity. New York: Haworth Press.)

12. Perkins, D.D., Hughey, J., & Speer, P.W. (2002). Community psychology perspectives on social capital theory and community development practice. Journal of the Community Development Society (Community Development), 33(1), 33-52.

13. Robinson, J.B., Lawton, B.A., Taylor, R.B., & Perkins, D.D. (2003). Multilevel longitudinal impacts of incivilities: Fear of crime, expected safety, and block satisfaction. Journal of Quantitative Criminology, 19(3), 237-274.

14. Long, D.A., & Perkins, D.D. (2003). Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Sense of Community Index and Development of a Brief SCI. Journal of Community Psychology, 31, 279-296.

15. Brown, B.B., Perkins, D. D., & Brown, G. (2003). Place attachment in a revitalizing neighborhood: Individual and block levels of analysis. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 23, 259-271.

16. Brown, G., Brown, B.B., & Perkins, D.D. (2004). New housing as neighborhood revitalization: Place attachment and confidence among residents. Environment and Behavior, 36, 749-775.

17. Brown, B.B., Perkins, D.D. & Brown, G. (2004). Crime, new housing, and housing incivilities in a first ring suburb: Multilevel relationships across time. Housing Policy Debate, 15(2), 301-345.

18. Brown, B.B., Perkins, D. D., & Brown, G. (2004). Incivilities, place attachment and crime: Block and individual effects. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 24, 359-371.

19. Vieno, A., Perkins, D.D., Smith, T.M., & Santinello, M. (2005). Democratic school climate and sense of community in school: A multilevel analysis. American Journal of Community Psychology, 36, 327-341.

20. Manzo, L.C., & Perkins, D.D. (2006). Finding common ground: The importance of place attachment to community participation and planning. Journal of Planning Literature, 20, 335-350.

AJCP special issue on Community-based Interdisciplinary Research:

23. Perkins, D.D., Bess, K., Cooper, D.G., Jones, D. Armstead, T., & Speer, P.W. (2007). Community organizational learning: Case studies illustrating a three-dimensional model of levels and orders of change. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 307-332.

24. Long, D. A. & Perkins, D. D. (2007). Community social and place predictors of sense of community: A multilevel and longitudinal analysis. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(5), 563–581.

25. Dupéré, V., & Perkins, D.D. (2007). Community types and mental health: A multilevel study of local environmental stress and coping. American Journal of Community Psychology, 39, 107-119.

26. Vieno, A., Santinello, M., Pastore, M., & Perkins, D.D. (2007). Social support, sense of community in school, and self-efficacy as resources during early adolescence: An integrative, model. American Journal of Community Psychology, 39, 177-190.

27. Vieno, A., Nation, M., Perkins, D.D., Santinello, M. (2007). Civic participation and the development of adolescent behavior problems. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(6), 761-777.

28. Voorhees, C.C.W., Vick, J., & Perkins, D.D. (2007). “Came hell and high water:” The intersection of Hurricane Katrina, the news media, and poverty. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 17, 415-429.

29. Christens, B., & Perkins, D. D. (2008). Transdisciplinary, multilevel action research to enhance ecological and psycho-political validity. Journal of Community Psychology, 36(2), 214-231.

30. Nation, M., Vieno, A., Perkins, D.D., & Santinello, M. (2008). Bullying in school and adolescent sense of empowerment: An analysis of relationships with parents, friends, and teachers. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 18, 211-232.

31. Perkins, D.D., Larsen, C., & Brown, B.B. (2009). Mapping urban revitalization: Using GIS spatial analysis to evaluate a new housing policy. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 37(1), 48-65. [special issue on GIS applications in community psychology]

32. Bess, K.D., Prilleltensky, I., Perkins, D.D., & Collins, L. (2009). Participatory Organizational Change in Community-based Health and Human Services: From Tokenism to Political Engagement. American Journal of Community Psychology, 43, 134-148.

33. Dallago, L., Perkins, D. D., Santinello, M., Boyce, W., Molcho, M., & Morgan, A. (2009). Adolescent place attachment, social capital, and perceived safety: A comparison of 13 countries. American Journal of Community Psychology, 44, 148-160.

34. Robinson, J., & Perkins, D.D. (2009). Social development needs assessment in China: Lessons from an international collaborative field school in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. China Journal of Social Work, 2(1), 34-51.

35. Perkins, D. D. (2009). International community psychology: Development and challenges. American Journal of Community Psychology. 44, 76–79.

36. Dallago, L., Cristini, F., Perkins, D.D., Nation, M., & Santinello, M. (2010). The adolescents, life Context & School Project: Youth voice and civic participation. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 38(1), 41-54. [special issue on community psychology in Italy]

37. Santinello, M., Martini, E.R., & Perkins, D.D. (2010). Community psychology in Italy: Introduction and prospects. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 38(1), 1-7.

38. Xu, Q., Perkins, D.D., Chow, J.C. (2010). Sense of Community, Neighboring, and Social Capital as Predictors of Local Political Participation in China. American Journal of Community Psychology, 45(3-4), 259-271.

39. Vieno, A., Nation, M., Perkins, D.D., Pastore, M. & Santinello, M. (2010). Social capital, safety concerns, parenting and early adolescents’ antisocial behavior. Journal of Community Psychology, 38(3), 314–328.

40. Perkins, D.D., & Procentese, F. (2010). Disagio, paura o xenofobia? Un modello di ricerca-azione con le comunità di immigrati / Perceived disorder, fear or xenophobia? A comprehensive model for action research on immigrant communities. Psicologia di Comunità (special issue on ecological models & migration), 6, 25-39.

41.Bess, K.D., Perkins, D.D., & McCown, D. (2011). Testing a measure of organizational learning capacity and readiness for transformational change in human services. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community, 39(1), 35-49.

42. Bess, K., Perkins, D.D., Cooper, D.G., & Jones, D. (2011). A Heuristic Framework for Understanding the Role of Participatory Decision Making in Community-Based Non-Profits. American Journal of Community Psychology, 47(3-4), 236-252.

43. Palmer, N., Perkins, D.D., & Xu, Q. (2011). Social capital and community participation by migrant workers in China. Journal of Community Psychology, 39(1), 89-105.

44. Nation, M., Bess, K., Voight, A., Perkins, D. D., & Juarez, P. D. (2011). Levels of community engagement in youth violence prevention: The role of power in sustaining successful university-community partnerships. American Journal of Community Psychology, 48(1-2), 89-96.

45. Cristini, F., Scacchi, L., Perkins, D.D., Santinello, M., & Vieno, A. (2011). Psychological wellbeing among immigrant adolescents: The role of perceived discrimination, social support, school and local policies. Psychosocial Intervention, 20(3), 243-253.

46. Perkins, D. D., Palmer, N. A., & Garcia-Ramirez, M. (2011). Psychosocial Studies of Migration and Community: Introduction to the Special Issue / Estudios Psicosociales sobre Migraciones y Comunidad: Introducción al Monográfico. Psychosocial Intervention / Intervención Psicosocial, 20(3), 237-242.

47. Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Perkins, D.D., Pastore, M., Santinello, M., & Mazzardis, S. (2012). Perceived neighborhood social resources as determinants of prosocial behavior in early adolescence. American Journal of Community Psychology.

48. Bess, K. D., Speer, P. W., & Perkins, D. D. (2012). Ecological Contexts in the Development of Coalitions for Youth Violence Prevention: An Organizational Network Analysis. Health Education & Behavior. 39(5), 526-537.

49. Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Perkins, D.D., Santinello, M., Elgar, F., Morgan, M.A., & Mazzardis, S. (2012). Family affluence, school and neighbourhood contexts and adolescents’ civic engagement: A cross-national study. American Journal of Community Psychology.

50. Schweizer-Ries, P. & Perkins, D. D. (2012). Sustainability science: Transdisciplinarity, transepistemology, and action research. Umweltpsychologie (Environmental Psychology), 16, 6-11.

51. Yang, L., & Perkins, D.D. (2012). 中国大陆社区心理学发展的现状、困难与机遇 / The development of Community Psychology in the People’s Republic of China: Challenges and opportunities. Journal of East China Normal University, 30(2), 48-56.

52. Palmer, N.A., & Perkins, D.D. (2012). Technological Democratization: The Potential Role of ICT in Social and Political Transformation in China and Beyond. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 11(4), 456-479.

53. Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Santinello, M., Perkins, D.D. (2013). How neighborhood structural and institutional features can shape neighborhood social connectedness: A multilevel study of adolescent perceptions. American Journal of Community Psychology, 51, 451–467.

54. Tankwanchi, A.B.S., Vermund, S.H., & Perkins, D.D. (2014). Has the WHO Global Code of Practice on the International Recruitment of Health Personnel been effective? The Lancet Global Health, 2(7), e390-e391.

55. Tankwanchi, A.B.S., Vermund, S.H., & Perkins, D.D. (2015). Monitoring Sub-Saharan African Physician Migration and Recruitment Post-Adoption of the WHO Code of Practice: Temporal and Geographic Patterns in the United States. PLOS One, 10(4), e0124734.

56.  Cristini, F., Scacchi, L, Perkins, D.D., Bess, K.D. & Vieno, A. (2015). Drug use among immigrant and non-immigrant adolescents: Immigrant paradox, family and peer influences. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25(6), 531-548.

57. Mihaylov, N., & Perkins, D.D. (2015). Local environmental grassroots activism: Contributions from environmental psychology, sociology and politics. Behavioral Sciences, 5(1), 121-153. Special issue on Advances in Environmental Psychology (J. Nasar, Guest Ed.).

58. Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Altoè, G., Scacchi, L., Perkins, D. D., Zukauskiene, R., Santinello, M. (2015). Can Facebook informational use foster adolescent civic engagement? American Journal of Community Psychology, 3-4, 444-454.

59. Magvanjav, O., Perkins, D.D. Lilienthal, G., Kopsombut, U., Zhou, L., Bai, J., & Zhang, Y. (2016). 看护者教育水平与目前饮食方式对学前儿童缺铁的影响‭ ‬(Iron deficiency among Chinese preschool children: Caregivers’ education and present dietary differences by diagnosis). 中国学校卫生 (China Journal of School Health), 37(2), 267-270.. ENGLISH VERSION OF ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN CHINESE: Iron deficiency among Chinese preschool children: Caregivers’ education and present dietary differences by diagnosis

60. Maryman, J., Strompolis, M., Maton, K., & Perkins, D.D. (2016). The SCRA Public Policy Committee in Action: Advocacy, Collaboration, and Capacity-Building. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice. http://www.gjcpp.org/en/index.php?issue=21

61. Perkins, D.D., Garcia-Ramirez, M., Menezes, I., Serrano-Garcia, I., & Strompolis, M. (2016). Community Psychology and Public Policy: Research, Advocacy and Training in International Contexts. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice. http://www.gjcpp.org/en/index.php?issue=21

62. Zhang, Y., & Perkins, D.D. (2016). 美国社区教育的缘起、演进与启示 / Origin, Evolution and Implications of American Community Education (Chinese). Global Education, 45 (11), 58-66. [English abstract on last page]

63. Perkins, D.D., Fisher, B.W., Karakos, H.L., Shields, S.L., Gilbert, E.D., Patterson, M.M. (2017). Thinking and Acting both Globally and Locally: The Field School in Intercultural Education as a Model for Action-Research Training and Civic Learning. Collaborations: A Journal of Community-Based Research and Practice, 1 (1) Retrieved from http://scholarlyrepository.miami.edu/collaborations/vol1/iss1/3/

64. Hanitio, F., & Perkins, D.D. (2017). Predicting the Emergence of Community Psychology and Community Development in 91 Countries with Brief Case Studies of Chile and Ghana. American Journal of Community Psychology, 59, 200-218.

65. Zhang, Y., & Perkins, D.D. (2017). 成人教育学研究生专业建设探析: 基于中美比较的视角 / A Comparative Study on Graduate Adult Program Development between China and USA (Chinese). 当代继续教育 / Contemporary Continuing Education, 35 (199), 4-9.

66. Lorion, R., & Perkins, D.D. (2018). Introducing the 2017 Newbrough Award for Best Graduate Paper: Reflections on “A latent class exploration of adolescent recovery capital.” Journal of Community Psychology, 46(2), 155-157.

67. Canale, N., Vieno, A., Lenzi, M., Griffiths, M.D., Perkins, D.D., & Santinello, M. (2018). Cross-national differences in risk preference and individual deprivation: A large-scale empirical study. Personality and Individual Differences, 126(1), 52-60.

  1. Eccleston, S.M.P., & Perkins, D.D. (2019). The role of community psychology in Christian community development. Journal of Community Psychology, 47(2), 291-310.
  2. Perkins, D.D. (2019). The global development of applied community studies: Comparison and evaluation of trends in psychology, sociology, social work and other community sciences. Liminales: Escritos sobre Psicología y Sociedad/ Writings on Psychology and Society.

Articles in non-refereed publications:

  1. Perkins, D.D. (1985). Blocking crime with block associations. Citizen Participation, 6 (3), 18-19.
  2. Perkins, D.D. (1987). The environmental psychologist as community organizer: A tale of two hats. Population and Environmental Psychology News, 13 (3), 13-14.
  3. Perkins, D.D. (1993). It was still hot outside, still cool inside. The Community Psychologist, 27 (1).
  4. Perkins, D.D. (1992). The social and physical environment of residential blocks, crime and citizens’ participation in block associations (1991 Division 27 Dissertation Award).The Community Psychologist, 25 (3), 40.
  5. Perkins, D.D., Hughey, J., & Maton, K. (1998). Building bridges: Community research, action, and community development. Vanguard, 30(2), 5.
  6. Perkins, D.D. (1998). Introduction to the special issue on applied community psychology.The Community Psychologist, 32.
  7. Perkins, D.D. (1998). Community development and service learning as applied community psychology. The Community Psychologist, 32.
  8. Perkins, D.D., Manzo, L., & Nation, M. (2000). Mindwalking through the ecology of family, neighborhood, and community development: Interdisciplinary challenges and opportunities. Population and Environmental Psychology Bulletin.
  9. Perkins, D.D. (2001). A response to the President’s column. The Community Psychologist, 34, 7.
  10. Perkins, D.D., Griffith, B., Bess, K., Dokecki, P.R., Newbrough, J.R., & Speer, P.W. (2002). The uncaged bird: Experiential learning in human, organizational, and community development at Vanderbilt University. The Community Psychologist, 35(4), 25-28.
  11. Perkins, D.D., & Vick, J. (2006). The Center for Community Studies at Vanderbilt University. The Community Psychologist, 39(4), 11-14.
  12. Maryman, J., Maton, K., & Perkins, D.D. (2014). Advocacy, collaboration, capacity building and development: A year in review from the Policy Committee. The Community Psychologist, 47(2), 19-22.
  13. Mihaylov, N.L., & Perkins, D.D. (2014). In, out of and across context: Commentary on conducting needs assessment in a developing country. The Community Psychologist, 47(3), 23-24.
  14. Perkins, D.D. (Oct. 31, 2016). Benefits and drawbacks of living in a small city (Ask the Experts). In R. Bernardo, “2016’s Best Small Cities in America” https://wallethub.com/edu/best-worst-small-cities-to-live-in/16581/#douglas-d-perkins

Published Book Reviews

  1. Perkins, D.D. (1988). The rumor of angels: A review of Crime, fear, and the New York City subways: The role of citizen action. Criminal Justice Review, 13, 60-61.
  2. Perkins, D.D., & Wandersman, A. (1992). Social psychology as social action. A review of Effective social action by community groups. Contemporary Psychology, 37, 210-211.
  3. Perkins, D.D. (1996). The ecology of community development: Environments and levels (review of “Community builders: A tale of neighborhood mobilization in two cities). Human Ecology Review, 3, 141-143.
  4. Perkins, D.D. (1997). The individual, the family, and social good: Personal fulfillment in times of change. (Ed. by G.B. Melton). Family Relations, 46(4), 458-458.
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