Moon, S.S., Boyas, J., & Kim, Y.K. (Accepted). Using a classification tree modeling approach to predict cigarette use among adolescents in the United States. Substance Use and Misuse.
Kim, Y.K., Kim, Y., Maleku, A., & Moon, S.S. (2019). Typologies of peer victimization, depression, and alcohol use among high school youth in the United States: Measuring gender differences, Social Work in Public Health, 34, 293-306.
Kim, Y.J., Seay, K., Moon, S.S., Kim, J.K., & Lee, J.H. (in press). Multiple predictors of bullying among Korean adolescents. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.
Kim, Y.J., Moon, S.S., Lee, J.H., Kim, J.K. (2018). Risk Factors and Mediators on Suicidal Ideation among Korean Adolescents. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 39, 4-12.
Yoon, S., Park, J.K., Moon, S.S., & *Park, J.E., Lee, K. (2017). The effect of psychosocial work conditions and job satisfaction on intention to quit among long-term care workers in Korea. Home Health Care Services Quarterly, 36, 96-111.
Lee, K., *Jun, J.S., Moon, S., Kim, Y., Roh, S., Bukonda, N. (2017). Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Suicide among Homeless Adults. Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work, 14, 229-242.
Boyas, J., Kim, Y., Moon, S.S., *Ruiz, E., & Gaines, K. (2017). Drug and alcohol use and its relationship to self-rated health: An ecological examination between Latino and Non-Hispanic White adolescents, Children and Youth Services Review, 73, 454-466.
Moon, S.S., Kim, Y., Jang, S.M., *Yoon, S., & *Kim, J.S. (2016). Preventing substance abuse among adolescents: Evaluation of an integrated model combining life skills training and parent training. PEOPLE: International Journal of Social Sciences, Special Issue 2, 555-576.
*Yoon, S., Moon, S.S., & Pitner, R. (2016). Effective treatments for the management of late life depression in long term care facilities: A Systematic Review. Research on Social Work Practice, 28, 116-130.
Moon, S.S., *Karlson, A., & *Kim, Y.J. (2015). Peer victimization and adolescent suicide: The mediating effect of risk behaviors. Child & Adolescents Social Work Journal, 32, 257-268.
Moon, S.S., Kim, H.Y., Seay, K., *Kim, Y.K., Small, E. (2015). Ecological factors of being bullied among adolescents: A regression tree approach. Child Indicators Research, 9, 743-756.
*Tucker, J., & Moon, S.S., & *Kim, M., & *Kim, K.S. (2015). The study on the motivation of sex-selective abortion among Indian Immigrants in the United States. International Journal of Bio-Science and Bio-Technology, 7, 293-300.
Dr. Moon joined the Garland School of Social Work in the fall of 2019, as the Carl and Martha Lindner Endowed Chair for Global Studies. Dr. Moon received his PhD in Social Work from the University of Georgia in 2002. His major research interest is in immigrant children and youth’s mental health and substance use. His interests were, in part, influenced by the emphasis of the role of socio-environmental factors in human development within the social work profession. Through his doctoral and post-doctoral research, Dr. Moon has consistently developed his interest in minority mental health and substance use.