Humanities; Psychiatry and Psychology; Phenomena and Processes; Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena
Formulating the multiple, interlinked determinants of violence, by exploring the interaction between biological, psychological, social, and ecological processes for effective prevention.
- Board on Global Health (collaboration with expert team). Violence Prevention in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Finding a Place on the Global Agenda. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press, 2008.
- Lee B, Kaaya S, Mbwambo JK, Smith-Fawzi MC, Leshabari MT. Detecting Depressive Disorder with the Hopkins Symptom Checklist–25 in Tanzania. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 54:7-20, 2008.
- Kaaya SF, Lee B, Mbwambo JK, Smith-Fawzi MC, Leshabari MT. Detecting Depressive Disorder with a 19-Item Local Instrument in Tanzania. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 54:21-33, 2008.
- United Nations (collaboration with expert team). U.N. Study on Violence against Children. New York: United Nations, 2007.
- Lee B, Gilligan J. The Resolve to Stop the Violence Project: Transforming an in-house culture of violence through a jail-based programme. Journal of Public Health 27:149-155, 2005.
- Gilligan J, Lee B. The Resolve to Stop the Violence Project: Reducing violent recidivism in the community through a jail-based initiative. Journal of Public Health 27:143-148, 2005.
- World Health Organization (collaboration with expert team). Preventing Violence: A Guide to Implementing the Recommendations of the World Report on Violence and Health. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2004.
- Lee B, Gilligan J. The pharmacological treatment of violent youth. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1036:356-381, 2004.
- Gilligan J, Lee B. Beyond the prison paradigm: From provoking violence to preventing it by creating ‘anti-prisons’ (residential colleges and therapeutic communities). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1036:300-324, 2004.