Lisa M. Mikesell, Ph.D.

University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
Second language acquisition, neurolinguistics
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John H. Schumann grad student 2009 UCLA
 (Exploring the discourse and social behaviors of frontotemporal dementia: How patients and caregivers manage interaction.)
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Mikesell L, Marti FA, Guzmán JR, et al. (2018) Affordances of mHealth technology and the structuring of clinic communication Journal of Applied Communication Research. 46: 323-347
Khodyakov D, Mikesell L, Bromley E. (2017) Trust and the Ethical Conduct of Community-Engaged Research. European Journal For Person Centered Healthcare. 5: 522-526
Bromley E, Mikesell L, Khodyakov D. (2017) Ethics and Science in the Participatory Era: A Vignette-Based Delphi Study. Journal of Empirical Research On Human Research Ethics : Jerhre. 1556264617717828
Mikesell L. (2016) The Use of Directives to Repair Embodied (Mis)Understandings in Interactions with Individuals Diagnosed with Frontotemporal Dementia Research On Language and Social Interaction. 49: 201-219
Khodyakov D, Mikesell L, Schraiber R, et al. (2015) On using ethical principles of community-engaged research in translational science. Translational Research : the Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine
Mikesell L, Bromley E, Young AS, et al. (2015) Integrating Client and Clinician Perspectives on Psychotropic Medication Decisions: Developing a Communication-Centered Epistemic Model of Shared Decision Making for Mental Health Contexts. Health Communication. 1-11
Bromley E, Mikesell L, Jones F, et al. (2015) From subject to participant: ethics and the evolving role of community in health research. American Journal of Public Health. 105: 900-8
Bromley E, Mikesell L, Armstrong NP, et al. (2015) "You might lose him through the cracks": clinicians' views on discharge from Assertive Community Treatment. Administration and Policy in Mental Health. 42: 99-110
Chung B, Mikesell L, Miklowitz D. (2014) Flexibility and structure may enhance implementation of family-focused therapy in community mental health settings. Community Mental Health Journal. 50: 787-91
Mikesell L, Bromley E, Khodyakov D. (2013) Ethical community-engaged research: a literature review. American Journal of Public Health. 103: e7-e14
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