Health

 

Editorial positions


Deputy Editor: Society and Mental Health (2010 – present)


Deputy Editor, Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2007 – 2010)


Associate Editor/Editorial Board, Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences, (2006 – 2009)


Associate Editor/Editorial Board, Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2004 – October 2007)


 

PUBLICATIONS BY TOPIC (*graduate student co-author)


SOCIAL STATUS, STRESS PROCESSES, AND MENTAL HEALTH

  1. (Edited Book) Avison, William R., Carol S. Aneshensel, Scott Schieman, and Blair Wheaton (editors). 2010. Advances in the Conceptualization and Study of the Stress Process: Essays in Honor of Leonard I. Pearlin. Springer.

  2. (Book Chapter) Schieman, Scott. 2010. “Suppression Effects in Social Stress Research and their Implications for the Stress Process Model.” In Advances in the Conceptualization and Study of the Stress Process: Essays in Honor of Leonard I. Pearlin, edited by Avison, William R., Carol S. Aneshensel, Scott Schieman, and Blair Wheaton. New York: Springer.

  3. (Edited Book) Turner, Heather and Scott Schieman (editors). 2008. Advances in Life Course Research: Stress Processes across the Life Course. United Kingdom: Elsevier.

  4. Milkie, Melissa A., *Alex Bierman, and Scott Schieman. 2008. “How Adult Children Influence Older Parents’ Mental Health: Integrating Stress Process and Life Course Perspectives.” Social Psychology Quarterly 71:86–105 .

  5. Schieman, Scott, *Tara McMullen, and *Meagan Swan. 2007. “Relative Body Weight and Psychological Distress in Late-Life: Observations of Gender and Race Comparisons.” Journal of Aging and Health 19:286–312.

  6. Schieman, Scott and *Gabriele Plickert. 2007. “Functional Limitations and Changes in Psychological Distress among Older Adults: A Multiple-Hierarchy Stratification Perspective.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences. 62:S36-S42.

  7. *Pudrovska, Tetyana, Scott Schieman, and Deborah Carr. 2006. “The Strains of Singlehood in Later Life: Do Race and Gender Matter?” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 61B:S315–22.

  8. Pearlin, Leonard I., Scott Schieman, *Elena Fazio, and *Stephen C. Meersman. 2005. “Stress, Health, and the Life Course: Some Conceptual Specifications.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 46:205–19.

  9. Schieman, Scott, *Karen Van Gundy, and *John Taylor. 2002. “The Relationship between Age and Depressive Symptoms: A Test of Competing Explanatory and Suppression Influences.” Journal of Aging and Health 14:260–85.

  10. Schieman, Scott and Heather A. Turner. 2001. “When Feeling Other People’s Pain Hurts: Psychosocial Resources and the Relationship between Empathy and Depressive Emotions.” Social Psychology Quarterly 64:376–89.

  11. Schieman, Scott, *Karen Van Gundy, and *John Taylor. 2001. “Status, Role, and Resource Explanations for Age Differences in Psychological Distress.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 42:80–96.

  12. *Van Gundy, Karen and Scott Schieman. 2001. “Looking Inward: Introspectiveness, Physical Disability, and Depression Across the Life Course.” International Journal of Aging and Human Development 53:293−310.

  13. Schieman, Scott and *Karen Van Gundy. 2000. “The Personal and Social Links between Age and Self-Reported Empathy.” Social Psychology Quarterly 63:152–74.

  14. Schieman, Scott. 1999. “Age, Physical Impairment, and Symptoms of Anxiety: A Test of Mediating and Moderating Factors.” International Journal of Aging and Human Development 49:43–59.


Anger

  1. (Book Chapter) Schieman, Scott. 2010. “The Sociological Study of Anger: A Review of Social Patterns and Contexts.” In A Handbook of Anger: Constituent and Concomitant Biological, Psychological, and Social Processes, edited by M. Potegal, G. Stemmler, and C. Spielberger. New York: Springer.

  2. (Book Chapter) Mirowsky, John and Scott Schieman. 2008. “Gender, Age, and the Trajectories and Trends of Anxiety and Anger.” Pp. 45–74 in Advances in Life Course Research: Stress Processes across the Life Course, edited by Heather Turner and Scott Schieman. United Kingdom: Elsevier.

  3. (Book Chapter) Schieman, Scott. 2006. “Anger.” In Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer.

  4. Schieman, Scott. 2003. “Socioeconomic Status and the Frequency of Anger across the Life Course.” Sociological Perspectives 46:207–22.

  5. Schieman, Scott. 2000. “Education and the Activation, Course, and Management of Anger.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 41:20–39.

  6. Schieman, Scott. 1999. “Age and Anger.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 40:273–89.


psychosocial resources

  1. * Narisada, Atsushi and Scott Schieman. Forthcoming. “A Quintessentially American Thing? The Unexpected Link between Individualistic Values and the Sense of Personal Control.” Society and Mental Health.

  2. Schieman, Scott and * Atsushi Narisada. 2015. “In Control or Fatalistically Ruled? The Sense of Mastery among Working Canadians.” Canadian Review of Sociology.

  3. Pearlin, Leonard I., *Kim Nguyen, Scott Schieman, and Melissa A. Milkie. 2007. “Life-Course Origins of Mastery Among Older People.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 48:164–79.

  4. *Tetyana Pudrovska, Scott Schieman, Leonard I. Pearlin, and *Kim Nguyen. 2005. “The Sense of Mastery as a Mediator and Moderator in the Association between Economic Hardship and Health in Late-Life” Journal of Aging and Health 17:634–60.

  5. (Book Chapter) Schieman, Scott. 2003. “Perceived, Generalized, and Learned Aspects of Personal Control.” Pp. 71–82 in Personal Control in Social and Life Contexts, edited by S. Zarit, L.I. Pearlin, and K.W. Schaie. New York: Springer.

  6. Schieman, Scott and *John Taylor. 2001. “Statuses, Roles, and the Sense of Mattering.” Sociological Perspectives 44:469–84.

  7. Schieman, Scott and *Jan Campbell. 2001. “Age Variations in Personal Agency and Self-Esteem: The Context of Physical Disability.” Journal of Aging and Health 13:155–85.

  8. Schieman, Scott and *Karen Van Gundy. 2001. “Introspectiveness, Psychosocial Resources, and Depression.” Social Behavior and Personality 29:105–112.

  9. Schieman, Scott. 2001. “Age, Education, and the Sense of Control: An Examination of the Cumulative Advantage Hypothesis.” Research on Aging 23:153–78.

  10. Schieman, Scott and *Gabriele Plickert. 2008. “How Knowledge is Power: Explaining the Association between Education and the Sense of Control.” Social Forces 87:153–84.

  11. Schieman, Scott, and Heather A. Turner. 1998. “Age, Disability, and the Sense of Mastery.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 39:169–86.


NEIGHBORHOOD EFFECTS

  1. Schieman, Scott and Leonard I. Pearlin. 2006. “Structural Disadvantages of Neighborhoods, Social Comparisons, and the Subjective Assessment of Ambient Problems.” Social Psychology Quarterly 69:253–69.

  2. Schieman, Scott. 2009. “Residential Stability, Neighborhood Racial Composition, and the Subjective Assessment of Neighborhood Problems among Older Adults.” The Sociological Quarterly 50:608-632.

  3. Schieman, Scott, Leonard I. Pearlin, and *Stephen C. Meersman. 2006. “Neighborhood Disadvantage and Anger among Older Adults: Social Comparisons as Effect Modifiers.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 47:156–72.

  4. Schieman, Scott. 2005. “Residential Stability and the Social Impact of Neighborhood Disadvantage:  Gender- and Race-Contingent Patterns.” Social Forces 83:89–122.

  5. Schieman, Scott and *Stephen C. Meersman. 2004. “Neighborhood Problems and Health among Older Adults: Received and Donated Social Support and the Sense of Mastery as Effect Modifiers.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 59B:S89–97.


other

  1. Schieman, Scott, *Tetyana Pudrovska, and *Rachel Eccles. 2007. “Perceptions of Body Weight among Older Adults: Analyses of the Intersection of Gender, Race, and Socioeconomic Status.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 62B:S415–S423.

  2. Van Gundy, Karen, Scott Schieman, Margaret S. Kelley, and Cesar J. Rebellion. 2005. “Gender Role Orientations and Alcohol Use among Moscow and Toronto Adults.” Social Science and Medicine 61:2317–30.

  3. Jara, Michele M., Kathleen Gallagher, and Scott Schieman. 2000. “Estimation of Completeness of AIDS Case Reporting in Massachusetts.” Epidemiology 11:209–20.

  4. Schieman, Scott. 1998. “Gender and AIDS-Related Psychosocial Processes: A Study of Social Distance, Homophobia, and Perceived Susceptibility to HIV.” AIDS Education and Prevention 10:264–77.