Publications/Presentations

Recent Publications

  • Czyz EK, Horwitz AG, Arango A, King CA. Short‐term change and prediction of suicidal ideation among adolescents: A daily diary study following psychiatric hospitalization. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. In press. PMID: 30246870
  • Czyz EK, King CA, Nahum-Shani I. Ecological assessment of daily suicidal thoughts and attempts among suicidal teens after psychiatric hospitalization: Lessons about feasibility and acceptability. Psychiatry Research. In press.
  • Arango A, Cole-Lewis Y, Lindsay R, Yeguez CE, Clark M, King CA. The protective role of connectedness on depression and suicidal ideation among bully victimized youth. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. In press. PMID: 29565682
  • Horwitz AG, Czyz EK, Berona J, King CA. Rumination, brooding, and reflection: Prospective associations with suicide ideation and suicide attempts. Suicide Life Threat Behav. In press. PMID: 30099778
  • King CA, Gipson PY, Arango A, et al. LET’s CONNECT community mentorship program for youths with peer social problems: Preliminary findings from a randomized effectiveness trial. J Community Psychol. 2018 Sep;46(7), 885-902.
  • Horwitz AG, Czyz EK, Berona J, King CA. Prospective associations of coping styles with depression and suicide risk among psychiatric emergency patients. Behav Ther. 2018;49(2):225-236. PMID: 29530261
  • DiCorcia DJ, Arango A, Horwitz, AG, King CA. Methods and functions of non-suicidal self-injury among adolescents seeking emergency psychiatric services. J Psychopathol Behav Assess. 2017; 39: 693-704.
  • Foster CE, Horwitz A, Thomas A, et al. Connectedness to family, school, peers, and community in socially vulnerable adolescents. Child Youth Serv Rev. 2017; 81: 321-331. PMID: 30202142
  • King CA, Arango A, Ewell Foster C. Emerging trends in adolescent suicide prevention research. Curr Opin Psychol. 2018;22:89-94. PMID: 28961458
  • Czyz EC, Horwitz AG, Yeguez CE, Ewell Foster C, King CA. Parental self-efficacy to support teens during a suicidal crisis and future adolescent emergency department visits and suicide attempts. J Clin Child Adolesc Psychol. 2017; 1-13. PMID: 28715239
  • Ewell Foster C, Burnside A, Smith PK, Kramer A, Wills A, King CA. Identification, response, and referral of suicidal youth following ASIST training. Suicide Life Threat Behav. 2017;47(3):297-308. PMID: 27371815
  • King CA, Horwitz A, Czyz E, Lindsay R. Suicide risk screening in healthcare settings: Identifying males and females at risk. J Clin Psychol Med Settings. 2017;24(1):8-20. PMID: 28251427
  • Horwitz AG, Berona J, Czyz EK, Yeguez CE, King CA. Positive and negative expectations of hopelessness as longitudinal predictors of depression, suicidal ideation, and suicidal behavior in high-risk adolescents. Suicide Life Threat Behav. 2017;47(2):168-176. PMID: 27371943
  • Berona J, Horwitz AG, Czyz EK, King CA. Psychopathology profiles of acutely suicidal adolescents: Associations with post-discharge suicide attempts and rehospitalization. J Affect Disord. 2017; 209:97-104. PMID: 27894037

Recent Presentations

American Association of Suicidology

  • Gipson PY, Frey LM, Gladden D, et al. Stepping into leadership as early career suicidologists. Panel discussion presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Busby DR, King CA. Black college students at elevated risk for suicide. Poster presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington, D.C.
  • Poindexter E, King CA, Gutierrez PM, Van Orden KA. Psychotherapy strategies to target perceived burden on others and suicide risk. Panel discussion presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Hong V, Ewell Foster CJ, Magness C, McGuire TM, Smith PK, King CA. ‘13 Reasons Why’—Impacts on adolescents and families. Paper presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Czyz EK, King CA, Horwitz A. Daily suicidal ideation following psychiatric hospitalization: An Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) study with high-risk teens. Paper presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Busby DR, Gould MS, Brent DA, King CA, Grupp Phelan J. Crisis-response engagement among suicidal adolescents referred for risk management in a national multi-site study. Paper presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Jackson C, Stern K, Kahsay E, et al. Parental perceptions of caring for youth at risk for suicide: Implications for family centered emergency department interventions. Paper presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Hill RM, Kaplow J, Gipson PY, et al. Childhood bereavement and increased risk for suicide-related behaviors. Panel discussion presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Pfeiffer P, King CA, Chen JI, et al. Engaging peers and communities in suicide prevention and research. Panel discussion presented at: The 51st Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2018; Washington D.C.
  • Baer M, LaCroix J, Hassen H, et al. Which painful and provocative events? Predictors of acquired capability for suicide among patients receiving inpatient psychiatric care at two military treatment facilities. Paper presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Czyz EK, Fernandez K, Nahum-Shani I, King CA. Feasibility and acceptability of ecological momentary assessment (EMA) with suicidal adolescents following psychiatric hospitalization. Poster presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Czyz EK, Yeguez CE, Horwitz A, Ewell Foster CJ, King CA. Longitudinal associations between parental self-efficacy to assist teens during a suicidal crisis and future adolescent suicide attempts and emergency department visits. Paper presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Berman L, McIntosh J, Campbell F, King, CA, Jobes, D. Plenary Panel: AAS Past Presidents Panel: Perspectives on the Field and AAS at 50 Years. Panel discussion presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Busby DR, King CA, Arango A. Acquired capability and mortality among acutely suicidal psychiatrically hospitalized adolescents: A test of the interpersonal theory of suicide. Poster presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Berona J, King CA, Czyz EK, Horwitz A. Youth suicide risk and prospective associations with mental health, need for social and financial support, and sexual risk. Poster presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Yeguez CE, Czyz EK, Berona J, King CA, Cole-Lewis YC. Identifying high school dropouts at high risk for suicide in the emergency department. Poster presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • Gipson PY, Lernihan D, Herbin CA, King CA, Errickson JK. Mentoring as an upstream intervention for youth suicide prevention. Poster presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.
  • King CA. The challenge to recognize suicide risk among teenage males. Ted Style Talk presented at: The 50th Annual American Association of Suicidology Conference; April 2017; Phoenix, AZ.

 

Association for Psychological Science

  • Arango A, Cole-Lewis Y, Lindsay R, Yeguez CE, Clark M, King CA. The protective role of connectedness on suicide risk among bully victimized youth. Poster presented at: The 29th meeting for the Association for Psychological Science; 2017; Boston, MA.

 

American Psychiatric Association

  • King CA. Emergency Department Screen for Teens at Risk for Suicide (ED-STARS): Update. In Churchill J, Chair. Suicide prevention in medical settings. National Institute of Mental Health. Symposium presented at: the 2018 American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting; May 2018; New York, NY. 

 

Conference on Adolescent Health

  • Gipson PY, King CA, Yeguez CE. Integrated mental health care for youth in primary care. Poster presented at: The annual Conference on Adolescent Heath of the University of Michigan Health Systems Adolescent Health Initiative; May 2016; Ypsilanti, MI.

 

IASR/AFSP International Summit on Suicide Research

  • Czyz EW, King CA. Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) with suicidal adolescents after psychiatric hospitalization: Lessons about feasibility and acceptability. Presented at: The IASR/AFSP International Summit on Suicide Research; November 2017, Las Vegas, NV.
  • King CA. Safety and ethical considerations when incorporating suicide assessment in non-suicide research. In Pearson J, Chair. Safety and ethical considerations for suicide researchers. Symposium presented at: The IASR/AFSP International Summit on Suicide Research; November 2017, Las Vegas, NV.
  • King CA, Grupp-Phelan J, Brent D, Casper C, Gibbons R. Computerized adaptive screen for teen suicide risk: Development and initial three-month predictive validity in ED-STARS national sample. Presented at: The IASR/AFSP International Summit on Suicide Research; November 2017, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Grand Rounds Presentations

  • King CA. A broad perspective on youth suicide prevention: What can we do?: 15th Annual Todd Ouida Lecture Psychiatry Grand Rounds at the University of Michigan; November 2017, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • King CA. Screening for adolescent suicide risk in primary care and emergency settings. Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry Grand Rounds at West Virginia University; February 2017; Morgantown, WV.

 

Kevin's Song

  • King CA. TED TALK: The challenge to recognize suicide risk among teenage males. Kevin's Song: The Silent Epidemic: A Conference on Suicide; November 2017, Plymouth, MI.

 

National Institutes of Health 

  • King CA. Emergency Department Screen for Teens at Risk for Suicide (ED-STARS): Study update. NIMH Professional Coalition for Research Progress Meeting, March 2018, Washington D.C.
  • King, CA. ED-STARS: Emergency Department Screen for Teens at Risk for Suicide. NIMH-sponsored meeting: State of Suicide Prevention in Emergency Care, May 2017.
  • King CA. Suicide prevention: Selected opportunities for impact. National Advisory Mental Health Council. February 2017; Washington, DC.

 

Services for Teens At Risk (STAR)

  • King CA. Connecting suicidal college students to care. An update on suicidal behavior in youth: Causes, treatment, prevention: Services for Teens At Risk (STAR) Center’s 30th Year Anniversary Research Symposium. May 2017: Pittsburgh, PA.