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Journal Articles
  1. Lipschitz, J. M., Van Boxtel, R., Torous, J., Firth, J., Lebovitz, J., Burdick, K. E., & Hogan, T. (2022). Journal of Medical Internet Research – Digital Mental Health Interventions for Depression: Scoping Review of User Engagement. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 24(10):e39204.
  2. Thorpe, D., Fouyaxis, J., Lipschitz, J. M., Nielson, A., Li, W., Murphy S., Bidargaddi, N. (2022). Cost and effort considerations for the development of intervention studies using m-health platforms: A pragmatic case study. JMIR Formative Research. 6(3):e29988.
  3. Lipschitz, J. M., Connolly, S. L., Van Boxtel, R., Potter, J. R., Nixon, N., Bidargaddi, N. (2022). Provider perspectives on telemental health implementation: Lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic and paths forward. Psychological Services. 10.1037/ser0000625.
  4. Yakovchenko, V., McInnes, D. K., Petrakis, B. A., Gillespie, C., Lipschitz, J. M., McCullough, M., Richardson, L., Vetter, B., Hogan, T. P. (2021). Implementing automated text messaging for patient self-management in the Veterans Health Administration: Qualitative Study Applying the Nonadoption, Abandonment, Scale-up, Spread, and Sustainability Framework. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 9(11), e31037. 10.2196/31037.
  5. Hsu M, Lipschitz J, Boland R, & Torous J. Innovative and evolving mobile mental health technologies for the treatment of serious mental illness. In: Regar GM, ed. Technology and Mental Health: A clinician’s guide to improving outcomes. New York, NY: Routledge; 2020: pp. 106-126. doi: 10.4324/978042902053.
  6. Lipschitz, J. M., Connolly, S. L., Miller, C. J., Hogan, T. P., Simon, S. R., Burdick, K. E. (2020). Patient interest in mental health mobile app interventions: Demographic and symptom-level differences. J Affect Disord. 263:216-20.
  7. Torous, J., Lipschitz, J. M., Ng, M., Firth, J. (2020). Dropout rates in clinical trials of smartphone apps for depressive symptoms: A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Affect Disord. 263:413-9.
  8. Yakovchenko, V., Hogan, T. P., Houston, T., Richardson, L., Petrakis, B. A., Gillespie, C., Lipschitz, J. M., McInnes, K. (2019). Automated text messaging with patients in the Department of Veterans Affairs Specialty Clinics: Cluster Randomized Trial. J Med Internet Res. 21(8):e14750.
  9. Etingen, B., Hogan, T. P., Martinez, R. N., Shimada, S., Stroupe, K., Nazi, K., Connolly, S. L., Lipschitz, J. M., Weaver, F. M., Smith, B. M. (2019). How do patients with mental health diagnoses use online patient portals? An observational analysis from the Veterans Health Administration. Adm Policy Ment Health. 46(5):596-608.
  10. Lipschitz, J. M., Miller, C. J., Hogan, T. P., Burdick, K. E., Lippin-Foster, R., Simon, S. R., Burgess, J. B. (2018). Adoption of mobile apps for depression and anxiety: Results from a survey on patient interest and barriers to engagement. JMIR Ment Health. 6(1):e11334.
  11. Bovin, M. J., Miller, C. J., Koenig, C. J., Lipschitz, J. M., Zamora, K. A., Wright, P. B., Pyne, J. M., Burgess, J. F., Jr. (2018). Veterans’ experiences initiating VA-based mental health care. Psychol Serv. 16(4):612-20.
  12. Lipschitz, J. M., Benzer, J, K., Miller, C., Easley, S. R., Leyson, J., Post, E. P., Burgess, J. F. (2017). Understanding collaborative care implementation in the Department of Veterans Affairs: Core functions and implementation challenges. BMC Health Serv Res. 10;17(1):691.
  13. Miller, C. J., Burgess, J. F., Fischer, E. P., Hodges, D. J., Belanger, L. K., Lipschitz, J. M., Easley, S. R., Koenig, C. J., Stanley, R. L., Pyne, J. M. (2017). Practical application of opt-out recruitment methods in two health services research studies. BMC Med Res Methodol. 14;17(1):57.
  14. Lipschitz, J. M., Paiva, A. L., Redding, C. A., Levesque, D., Rossi, J. S., Weisberg, R. B., Prochaska, J. O. (2016). Development and preliminary psychometric evaluation of decisional balance and self-efficacy measures for managing anxiety in a national sample of clinically anxious adults. Am J Health Promot. 32(1):215-23.
  15. Yusufov, M., Paiva, A. L., Redding, C. A., Lipschitz. J. M., Gokbayrak, N. S., Greene, G. W., Rossi, J. S., Blissmer, B., Velicer, W. F., Prochaska, J. O. (2016). Fat reduction efforts: A 24-month longitudinal comparison of a large sample of maintainers, relapsers, and non-changers. Health Promot Pract. 17(1):116-26.
  16. Lipschitz, J. M., Yusufov, M., Paiva, A. L., Redding, C. A., Rossi, J. S., Johnson, S. S., Blissmer, B., Gokbayrak, N. S., Velicer, W. F.,  Prochaska, J. O. (2015). Transtheoretical principles and processes for adopting physical activity: A longitudinal 24-month comparison of maintainers, relapsers, and non-changers. J Sport Exerc Psychol. 37(6), 592-606.
  17. Dalrymple, K. L., Morgan, T. A., Lipschitz, J. M., Martinez, J. H., Tepe, E., Zimmerman, M. (2014). An integrated, acceptance-based behavioral approach for depression with social anxiety: Preliminary results. Behav Mod. 38(4), 516-48.
  18. Paiva, A. L., Lipschitz J. M., Fernandez, A. C., Redding, C. A.,  Prochaska, J. O. (2014). Evaluation of the acceptability and feasibility of a computer-tailored intervention to increase human papillomavirus vaccination among young adult women. J Am Coll Health. 62(1), 32-8.
  19. Lipschitz, J. M., Paiva, A. L., Redding, C. A., Butterworth, S.,  Prochaska, J. O. (2013). Co-occurrence and co-action of stress management with other health risk behaviors. J Health Psychol.  20(7), 1002-12.
  20. Fernandez, A. C., Paiva, A., Lipschitz, J. M., Amoyal, N., Meyer, K.,  Prochaska, J. (2013). Disease prevention without relapse: Applying the processes of change to HPV vaccination. Open Journal of Preventive Medicine, 3(3), 301-9.
  21. Lipschitz, J. M., Fernandez, A. L., Larsen, H. E., Blaney, C. L., Meier, K. S., Redding, C.A., Prochaska, J. O.,  Paiva, A. L. (2013). Validation of decisional balance and self-efficacy measures for HPV vaccination in college women. Am J Health Promot. 27(5), 299-307.
  22. Lipschitz, J. M., Yen, S., Weinstock, L., Spirito, A. (2012). Adolescent and caregiver perception of family functioning: relation to suicide ideation and attempts. Psychiatry Res. 200, 400-3.
  23. Paiva, A. L., Prochaska, J. O., Yin, H., Rossi, J. S., Redding, C. A., Blissmer, B, Robbins, M. L., Velicer, W. F., Lipschitz, J., Amoyal, N., Babbin, S., Blaney, C. L., Sillice, M. A., Fernandez, A., McGee, H.,  Horiuchi, S. (2012). Treated individuals who progress to action or maintenance for one behavior are more likely to make similar progress on another behavior: Coaction results of a pooled data analysis of three trials. Prev Med. 54(5), 331-4.
Other Publications
  1. Lipschitz, J. M., Hogan, T.P., Bauer, M.,  Mohr, D.C. (2019). Closing the research to practice gap in digital psychiatry: the need to integrate Implementation Science. J Clin Psychiatry. 80(3):18com12659.
  2. Wykes, T., Lipschitz, J. M., Schueller, S. M. (2019). Towards the design of ethical standards related to digital mental health and all its applications. Curr Treat Options Psych.  6(3), 232-42.
  3. Van Rheenen, T. E., Lewandowski, K. E., Lipschitz, J. M.,  Burdick, K. E. (2019) Conducting clinical studies targeting cognition in psychiatry: Guiding principles and design. CNS Spectr. 24(1):16-21.
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