Panter-Brick C, Kurtz J, Dajani R (2018). What strong partnerships achieve: Innovations in research and practice. Humanitarian Exchange 72:15-19.
Panter-Brick C, Hadfield K, Dajani R, Eggerman, M, Ager A, Ungar M (2018). Resilience in context: A brief and culturally-grounded measure in Syrian refugees and Jordanian host-community adolescents. Child Development 89(5):1803-1820.
Panter-Brick C, Dajani R, Eggerman, M, Hermosilla S, Sancilio, A, Ager A (2018). Insecurity, distress, and mental health: Experimental and randomized controlled trials of a psychosocial intervention for youth affected by the Syrian crisis. The Journal of Child Psychiatry and Psychology 59(5): 523-541.
Panter-Brick C and Eggerman M (2017). Anthropology and Global Mental Health: Depth, Breadth, and Relevance. In White RG, Jain S, Orr DMR, Read UM (Eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Global Mental Health: Sociocultural Perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, London: Macmillan Publishers, pp.383-401.
Panter-Brick C, Grimon, M-P, Kalin, M, Eggerman, M (2015). Trauma Memories, Mental Health, and Resilience: A Prospective Study of Afghan Youth. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 56(7):814-825.
Omidian PA and Panter-Brick C (2015). Dignity under extreme duress: The moral and emotional landscape of local humanitarian workers in the Afghan-Pakistan border areas. In Abramowitz S and Panter-Brick C (Eds). Medical Humanitarianism: Ethnographies of Practice. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp.23-40.
Abramowitz S and Panter-Brick C (2015). Bringing life into relief: Comparative ethnographies of humanitarian practice. In Abramowitz S and Panter-Brick C (Eds). Medical Humanitarianism: Ethnographies of Practice. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, pp.1-19.
Panter-Brick C (2015). Culture and Resilience: Next Steps for Theory and Practice. In Linda C Theron, Linda Liebenberg, and Michael Ungar (Eds.) Youth Resilience and Culture: Commonalities and Complexities. Springer, pp.233-244.
Southwick S, Bonanno GA, Masten AS, Panter-Brick C, Yehuda R (2014). Resilience definitions, theory, and challenges: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. European Journal of Trauma Psychopathology (special issue Resilience and Trauma) 5:25338.
Leckman JF, Panter-Brick C and Salah R (2014). Peace if a Lifelong Process. In Leckman J, Panter-Brick C, and Salah R (Eds.). Pathways to Peace: The Transformative Power of Children and Families. Strüngmann Forum Report, volume 15. MIT Press, pp. 3-17.
Christie DJ, Panter-Brick C et al. (2014). Healthy Human Development as a Path to Peace. In Leckman J, Panter-Brick C, and Salah R (Eds.). Pathways to Peace: The Transformative Power of Children and Families. Strüngmann Forum Report, volume 15. MIT Press, pp.273-302.
Eggerman and Panter-Brick C (2014). Life Feeds on Hope: Family mental health, culture, and resilience. In Jennifer Heath and Ashraf Zahedi (Eds.) Children of Afghanistan: The Path to Peace. University of Texas Press, pp.226-238.
Panter-Brick C, Burgess A, Eggerman M, McAllister F, Pruett K, Leckman J (2014). Engaging Fathers: Recommendations for a Game Change in Parenting Interventions based on a systematic review of the global evidence base. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, published online 1 July, DOI: 10.1111/jcpp.12280.
Panter-Brick, C. (2014). Health, Risk, and Resilience: Interdisciplinary Concepts and Applications. Annual Review of Anthropology, vol.43: 431-448.
Panter-Brick C and Leckman J (2013). Resilience in Child Development: Interconnected Pathways to Wellbeing. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 54:4, 333-336.
Ager A, Annan J, Panter-Brick C (2013). Resilience – From Conceptualization to effective intervention. Policy Brief for Humanitarian and Development Agencies.
Panter-Brick C (2013). Achieving Health for Children. In Montgomery, H. (ed.) Local childhoods, global issues, Bristol, Policy Press/Milton Keynes, The Open University, pp.105-147.
Panter-Brick C, Grimon M, and Eggerman M (2013). Caregiver-child mental health: A prospective study in conflict and refugee settings. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. *Not a result of NIH funding.
Panter-Brick C, Lende D, Kohrt B (2012). Children in global adversity: physical, mental, behavioral, and symbolic dimensions of health. In V Maholmes (Ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Child Poverty and Development, Oxford University Press, pp.603-621.
Panter-Brick C and Eggerman M (2012). Understanding Culture, Resilience, and Mental Health: The Production of Hope. In M Ungar (ed.) The Social Ecology of Resilience: A Handbook of Theory and Practice. New York: Springer, pp.369-86.
Tol WA, Patel V, Tomlinson M, Baingana F, Galappatti A, Silove D, Sondorp E, van Ommeren M, Wessells M, and Panter-Brick C (2012). Relevance or excellence? Setting research priorities for mental health and psychosocial wellbeing in humanitarian settings. Harvard Review of Psychiatry 20(1): 25-36.
Panter-Brick C, Goodman A, Tol W, Eggerman M (2011). Mental health and childhood adversities. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 50(4):349-363. PMCID: PMC3069303.
Tol W, Patel V, Tomlinson, M, Baingana F, Galappatti, A, Panter-Brick C, Silove D., Sondorp E, Wessells M, Van Ommeren M (2011). Research priorities for mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian settings. PLOS Medicine 8(9):1-5. PMID:21949644.
Reed, RV, Fazel, M, Jones, L, Panter-Brick, C, and Stein, A (2011). The mental health of refugee and internally displaced children. Part I: A systematic review of risk and protective factors in low and middle-income countries. The Lancet. PMID: 21835460. Early Online Publication.
Fazel, M, Reed, RV, Panter-Brick, C, and Stein, A (2011). The mental health of refugee and internally displaced children Part II: A systematic review of risk and protective factors in children resettled in high-income countries. The Lancet PMID: 21835459. Early Online Publication.
Eggerman M and Panter-Brick C (2010). Suffering, hope, and entrapment: Resilience and cultural values in Afghanistan. Social Science & Medicine 71:71-83.