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SUNY Downstate Geriatric Fellowship Program

Division of Geriatric Psychiatry: Grants and Publications

Dr. Carl Cohen's active grants as Principal Investigator:

"Fellowship Training in Geriatric Medicine, Dentistry, and Psychiatry." Bureau of Health Professions, HRSA, 2010-2015

    Academic fellowship training program for fellows in psychiatry, internal medicine, and dentistry.

                           

 

Research & Extramural Support(Current and Past)

Carl I. Cohen, M.D. Principal Investigator and Project Administrator:

(1)    "Networks of the Aged Living in Midtown S.R.O. Hotels." NIMH RO1-MHAG 31745, 1978 - 1981; $178,000.

 (2)   "Natural Helping Neighbors - A Forgotten Health Resource." Supported by Ittleson, New York, and Van Amerigen Foundations; 1978 - 1979; $45,500.

(3)   "Aftercare for Ex-Mental Patients." Supported by Gateposts Foundation; 1980-1981; $20,700.

 (4)   "Schizophrenia and Social Networks."  SUNY DMC (Intramural); 1982-1983; $2,000.

 (5)   "Old Men on the Bowery in the 1980's - Adaptive Strategies."  NIMH 1-RO1 MH37562, 1982 - 1985; $155,000.

 (6)   "Geriatric Training Models."  NIMH T24 MH18088, 1984-1987; $101,000.

 (7)   "Postgraduate Specialty Training in Geriatric Mental Health." NIMH TO1MH3089, 1984 - 1987; $228,000.

 (8)   "Geriatric Mental Health Academic Award" (Career Development Award). NIMH KO7 MH00523, 1984 - 1987; $135,000.

 (9)   "Project Rescue - Model Program for Homeless Mentally Ill."  NIMH 1-H84 MH42443, 1986 - 1990; $338,000.

(10)  "A Self-Administered Screening Test to Detect Dementia in Community-Dwelling Elderly."     Research Retirement Foundation, 1986 - 1988; $49,788.

(11)  Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center, New York State Department of Health,  1988 – 1999; $54000-$100,000  per year.

(12)  Geriatric Training and Education Program, New York State Office of Mental Health, 1987 - 1990;1993 -  present;  $25,000 per year.

(13)  Stewart B. McKinney Homeless Assistance Act.  Developed grant for Bowery Residents' Committee  approximately $150,000/year.  Public Health Service, 1988 - 1991.

(14)  "Older Homeless Women."  NIMH RO1-MH45780, 1989 - 1993; $237,830.

(15)  "Training in Inner-City Child and Geriatric Psychiatry."  NIMH TO1-MH19319, 1989-1992; $388,350.

(16)  Technical Assistance Grant.  Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation.  1990; $3,000.

(17)  Home Visits for Dementia Patients.  Long Island Alzheimer's Foundation.  1990-92; $5,000.

(18)  Alzheimer's Disease Center - Satellite Center.  Principal Investigator at Satellite Center.  NIA          P30AGO8051,  1991-1995; $765,700.

(19)  "Depression Among Nursing Home Residents with Dementia."  New York State Department of  Health. 1992-94;  $249,700.

(20)  "Mood, Psychosis, and Agitation Among Afro-American, Afro-Caribbean, and Caucasian Dementia  Patients."   New York State Department Health. 1994-1996; $250,000.

(21)  Dementia Outreach Campaign to Minority Communities.  Borough of Brooklyn, 1993 - present,    $3000 to $23,000/year.

(22)  "Depression & Anxiety Disorder in Older African Americans." NIMH RO1 MH53453, 1995-2002, $1,184,000.

(23)  "The Buddy Model: Using Natural Supports to Improve the Well-Being of Nursing Home Residents with Dementia."  NYS Department of Health, 1996-97;  $240.000.

(24) Seroquel Phase IIIb Outcome Study, Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, 1995-97.

(25)   Donepezil Phase IIIb Outcome Study, Eisai/Pfizer, 1996-97.

(26)  “Risperidone vs. Olanzapine in the Treatment of Schizophrenia in Elderly Subjects.” Janssen      Pharmaceutica, Inc., 1997 - 99. 

(27)  “A Comparison of the Effectiveness of Seroquel Versus Risperidone in the Treatment of Behavioral Disturbances in Alzheimer’s Disease.”  Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, 1998 - 00.

(28)  “Mandatory Depression Screening as a Model for Improving Recognition and Treatment of Depression in Dementia Patients.”  NYS  Department of Health, 1998-1999, $230,000.

(29)  “Prevalence of Hyperprolactinemia in Schizophrenic Patients Treated with Antipsychotic Drugs.” 1998-  99,  Eli Lilly.

(30)  “Use of Olanzepine in the Reduction of Hyperprolactinemia in Schizophrenic Patients.” 

  1998- 99,  Eli Lilly.

(31)  “The Use of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) in Patients with Depression: A Placebo-Controlled Trial.  SUNY HSCB Intramural Investment Initiative, 1998-99, $20,000.

(32)  Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center, New York State Department of Health, 2000 – 2005;  $300,000.

(33) Alzheimer’s Disease Community Services Program. NYS Department of Health, 2000-2006,    $228,000.    

(34) Clinical Antipsychotic Trial in Effectiveness and Treatment (CATIE). NIMH, subcontract with UNC. 2001-2002, $50,000.

(35)  “Geodon Safety Trial”  Pfizer/Zodiac 2002 –2004  $ 4000.

(36) “Training of Home Attendants in Dementia Care.” Union 1199. $11,000. 2001-2002.

(37) “Fellowship Training in Geriatric Medicine, Dentistry, and Psychiatry.” Bureau of Health Professions, HRSA,  DO1 HP 00022, 2003-2007,  $1,400,000.

(38) Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center, New York State Department of Health, 2005 – 2010; $300,000.

(39)  Alzheimer’s Disease Community Services Program. NYS Department of Health, 2006-2011, $195,000. 

(40) “Fellowship Training in Geriatric Medicine, Dentistry, and Psychiatry.” Bureau of Health     Professions, HRSA, DO1,  2007-2010, $1,800,000.

(41)  “A Training Program to Enhance Cultural Competency in Nursing Homes” NYS Dept of Health, 2008-  2011  $850,000

Carl Cohen , M.D. Co-Principal Investigator:

(1)    "Providing a Missing Link in the Chain of Natural Support Systems." AOA-90-A-1825, 1979-1981;  $259,000.

(2)    “Treatment of Depression in Late Stage Dementia Patients.”  NYS Department of Health, 1996-97, $245,000.

(3)    “Coping and Adaptation in Older African Americans.” MBRC/NIA 1996-99, $1,032,337.

(4)    “Enhancing Mood and Reducing Symptoms in Late Stage Dementia Patients by Training Staffing Non-verbal Sensitivity.  NYS Department of Health, 1998-2000; $241,000.

(5)“Career Leadership Award - Dr. Carol Magai” NIA KO7-AG00921, 1999-2002; $300,000.

(6)“Older Persons With Schizophrenia” NIGMS SO6 GM54650 (subproject),  2001-2003; $240,000. PI: Paul Ramirez, Co-PI C. Cohen

(7)“NIMH Career Opportunities in Research [COR]),” 1 T34 MH65174 2002 - 2007 Education and Training, Honors Undergraduates $1,479,646 . LIU COR. PI: C. Magai, C. Cohen, Co-PI and SUNY-Downstate Research Coordinator.

(8)“Ethnicity and Socioemotional Functioning in Later Life.” 1RO1AG/MH21017  $1,880,213.       2003-2007  PI: C. Magai, Co-PI, C. Cohen

(9)“Service Utilization among Older Schizophrenic Persons” NIGMS SO6 GM74923(subproject),    $360,000 2006- 2009.PI: Paul Ramirez, Co-PI C. Cohen

(10)  A multicenter, double-blind, flexible-dose, long term extension trial of the safety and maintenance of effect of asenapine using olanzapine positive control in schizophrenic subjects who complete protocols 041022, PI Miranda Chakos. Coinvestigators: Michael Garret, Stephen Goldfinger, Carl Cohen, Dan Friedman

(11) A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Flexible-Dose, 6-Month Trial Comparing the Efficacy and       Safety of Asenapine with Olanzapine in Stable Subjects With Predominant, Persistent Negative Symptoms of  Schizophrenia; PI Miranda Chakos Coinvestigators: Michael Garret, Stephen Goldfinger, Carl Cohen, Dan Friedman

(12)  A Multicenter, Double-Blind, Flexible-Dose, 6-Month Extension Trial Comparing the Safety and Efficacy   of Asenapine With Olanzapine in Subjects who Completed Protocol A7501013 (Protocol A7501014) PI Miranda Chakos Coinvestigators: Michael Garret, Stephen Goldfinger, Carl Cohen, Dan Friedman

(13)  A Phase 3, Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blinded Trial Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy  of Asenapine in Subjects Continuing Lithium or Valproic Acid/Divalproex Sodium for the Treatment  of an Acute Manic or Mixed Episode. PI Miranda Chakos Coinvestigators: Michael Garret, Stephen Goldfinger, Carl Cohen, Dan Friedman

(14) A Phase 3, Placebo-Controlled, Double-Blinded Continuation Trial Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy  of Asenapine in Subjects Completing Trial A7501008 and Continuing Lithium or Valproic   Acid/Divalproex Sodium for the Treatment of an Acute Manic or Mixed Episode PI Miranda Chakos Coinvestigators: Michael Garret, Stephen Goldfinger, Carl Cohen, Dan Friedman

(15) A multicenter, open-label, flexible-dose, parallel-group evaluation of the cataractogenic potential of  quetiapine fumarate (SEROQUEL) and risperidone (RISPERDAL) in the long term treatment of subjects with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder; PI Miranda Chakos Coinvestigators: Stephen Goldfinger, Carl Cohen, Dan Friedman                     

Publications and Presentations

Books

Cohen C.I., Sokolovsky J.  Old Men of the Bowery: Survival Strategies for the Homeless.  Guilford Press, New York, 1989.

Cohen C.I.(Ed.) Schizophrenia Into Later Life. American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc, Washington, D.C. 2003.

Cohen C.I., Tamimi S. (Eds.) Liberatory Psychiatry. Philosophy, Politics, and Mental Health. London, Cambridge University Press 2008.

 

Edited Journal Issue

Cohen C.I. (Ed.) Progressive Perspectives on Community Mental Health.  Community Mental Health Journal Vol. 29, No. 6, December, 1993.

Vahia I.V., Cohen C.I. (Eds) Late-Life Schizophrenia and Other Psychoses. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, Vol. 15, No.12, December , 2007

 

Scientific Papers (asterisk denotes full-length paper or book chapter)

*1.   Cohen C.  The prevalence of hypertension among the elderly in an urban community. Journal of  American Geriatric Society 23:165-168, 1975.

*2.   Cohen C.  The epidemiology of hypertension - its current status.  Clinical Medicine 82 (11):11-14,   1975.

*3.   Cohen C., Corwin J.  An application of balance theory to family treatment.  Family Process 14:469-  80,   1975.

*4.   Cohen C., Sichel W., Berger D., Sokolovsky J. The changing definition of halfway houses.  World J. of   Psychosynthesis 7 (6):29-32, 1975.

  5.   Cohen C., Sichel W., Berger D., Sokolovsky J. Breaking the revolving door syndrome.  Presented at the 128th annual American Psychiatric Assn. meeting, Anaheim, Calif., May 5-9, 1975.

  6.   Cohen C.  Nocturnal neurosis of the elderly.  Presented at the N.Y. State Welfare Conference, Syracuse,  New York, November, 1975.

  7.   Sokolovsky J., Cohen C., Berger D., Geiger J. Madness in midtown--personal networks of ex-mental patients in an S.R.O. Hotel.  Presented at the 74th annual meeting of the American Anthrop. Assn.,  San Francisco, Calif., December, 1975.

*8.   Cohen C.  Nocturnal neuroses of the elderly - The failure of agencies to cope with the problem.  J. American Ger. Soc. 24:86-88, 1976.

*9.   Cohen C., Briggs F.  A small storefront clinic on the Bowery.  Journal of Studies in Alcohol 37:1336-1340; 1976.

 10.  Cohen C., Stewart J., Russell M.  Geriatric intervention - a conflict case study.  Presented at the American   Orthopsychiatric Assn. annual meeting, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 1976.

 11.  Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Network analysis and therapeutic intervention for the urban elderly.  Presented at the 75th annual meeting of the American Anthrop. Assn., Washington, D.C., November, 1976.

*12. Cohen C., Sichel W., Berger D.  The use of a mid-Manhattan hotel as a  support system.  Community Mental Health J. 13:76-83, 1977.

  13. Nix V., Cohen C., Esquilon S., Kaplowitz R., Lombardi K., Sitgrave M.  Racial and social class biases in  projective testing.  Presented at the American Orthopsychiatric Assn. annual meeting, New York,  April,  1977.

 14.  Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  The myth of isolation.  Personal networks of inner-city elderly.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, San Diego, Calif., April, 1977.

  15. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Isolation of the inner-city elderly:  Myth or method?  Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society, San Francisco, Calif., November, 1977.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 17 (5) Part II, 48, 1977.

  16. Sokolovsky J.,  Cohen C.  The cultural and therapeutic meaning of personal networks for the inner-city elderly.  Presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthrop. Assn., Houston, Texas, November,  1977.

  17. Cohen C., Sichel W., Berger D.  Use of mid-Manhattan hotel as support system (summary article). J. of Continuing Education in Psychiatry 39(1):81-85, 1978.

*18. Cohen C., Corwin J.  A further application of balance theory to multiple family treatment.  Int'l. J. of Group Psychotherapy 28:195-209, 1978.

*19. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C., Berger D., Geiger J.  Personal networks of ex-mental patients in a Manhattan S.R.O. hotel.  Human Organization 17:5-15, 1978.

*20. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Isolation of the inner-city aged; ending an old myth with a new method.  Black Aging 3:132-42, 1978.

*21. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Social networks and schizophrenia. Schizophrenia Bulletin 4:546-60, 1978.

*22. Cohen C., Cohen E.  Health education: panacea, pernicious or pointless?  New England J. of Medicine 299:718-20, 1978.

*23. Cohen C.  Prospects for change in public mental institutions.  Int'l. J. of Social Psychiatry 24:263-70, 1978.

*24. Cohen C.  Re-establishing a dialectic of madness.  Int'l. J. of Social Psychiatry 24:241-46, 1978.

  25. Cohen C., Cohen E.  Health education: panacea, pernicious or pointless?  Presented at the annual meeting of the American Assn. for the Advancement of Science, Washington, D.C., February, 1978.

  26. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Sociability of the SRO aged -- a reassessment.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society, Dallas, Texas, November, 1978.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 18(5), Part  II, 60, 1978.

  27. Cohen C., Cohen E.  Health education and preventive medicine (letter to editor).  New England J. of Medicine 300:323, 1979.

*28. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Measuring social interaction of the urban elderly: a methodological synthesis. Int'l. J. of Aging and Human Development 13:233-44, 1981.

*29. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Health-seeking behavior of the S.R.O. elderly. J. American Geriatrics Society  27:270-278, 1979.

*30. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Being old in the inner-city support systems of the SRO aged.  In Fry, C.(ed.): Dimensions: Aging Culture and Health.  New York: J. F. Bergin, 1981.

*31. Cohen C., Corwin J.  Balance theory and family therapy.  In Wohlberg, L.R., Aronson, M.L., (Eds.): Group and Family Therapy 1980, Brunner/Mazel, 1980.

*32. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Cultural meaning of personal networks for inner-city elderly.  Urban Anthropology, 7:323-42, 1978.

*33. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Clinical use of network analysis for psychiatric and aged populations.  Community Mental Health Journal 15:203-13, 1979.

*34. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Social engagement versus isolation:  the case of the aged in SRO hotels. The Gerontologist 20:36-44, 1980.

*35. Cohen C.  Is that tuition bill just a bill of goods?  The New Physician 20(4):33-34, 1980.

*36. Cohen C.  Crime among mental patients -- a critical analysis.  Psychiatric Quarterly 52:100-107, 1980.

  37. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Old men, social networks, and health states in two urban worlds: skid row and S.R.O. hotels.  Presented at the 78th annual meeting of the Amer. Anthrop. Assn., Cinn., Ohio, November, 1979.

*38. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Toward a concept of homelessness among aged men. J. of Gerontology. 38:81-89,  1983.

*39. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Cultural meaning of social networks.  In Sokolovsky, J. (Ed.): Growing  Old in Different Cultures.  Duxbury Press, 1982.

*40. Lipton C., Cohen C., Fisher E., Katz S.  Schizophrenia:  A network crisis.  Schizophrenia Bulletin 7:144-151, 1981.

*41. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Toward a resolution of methodological dilemmas in network mapping. Schizophrenia Bulletin 7:109-116, 1981.

*42. Cohen E., Cohen C.  A birth defects prevention program for inner-city junior high school students.  Journal of School Health 51:97-100, 1981.

*43. Cohen C., Berger D.  The use of a SRO hotel as an aftercare facility -- A 10-year assessment.  Journal of Urban Psychiatry 2(1):11-15, 1982.

*44. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  A reassessment of the sociability of long-term skid row residents-a social network approach.  Social Networks 3:93-105, 1981.

  45. Cohen C., Cook D., Rajkowski H.  What's in a friend?  Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society, San Diego, Calif., November, 1980.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 20(5) Part II, 84, 1980.

46.   Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Homeless older men in the inner-city skid row and SRO.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society, San Diego, Calif., November, 1980.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 20(5) Part II, 203, 1980.

  47. Cohen C., Adler A., Mintz J.  Network interventions - do they work?  Presented at the annual meeting of the Gerontological Society, San Diego, Calif., November, 1980.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 20(5) Part II, 54, 1980.

*48. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J.  Social networks and the elderly: clinical techniques.  Int'l. J. of Family Therapy  3:281-294, 1981.

  49. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.  Old men on the Bowery.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthrop., Edinburgh, Scotland, April, 1981.

*50. Cohen C., Rajkowski H.  What's in a friend?  Substantive and theoretical issues.  The Gerontologist 22:261-266, 1982.

*51. Cohen C., Adler A., Mintz J.  Assessing social network interventions - results of an experimental service program conducted in a single-room occupancy hotel.  In Parker, P., Pancoast, D. (eds.): Rediscovering Self-Help: Professionals and Informal Care.  Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1983.

*52. Cohen C.  Elderly schizophrenics and paranoiacs living in single-room occupancy hotels.  In Miller,

N.E. (Ed.): Schizophrenia, Paranoia, and Schizophreniform Disorders in Later Life. New York: Guilford   Press, 1987.

  53. Cohen C., Rajkowski H.  Toward a scientific understanding of human adaptation - a network approach.  Presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, Mass., November, 1982.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 22(5) Part II, 1982.

  54. Cohen C., Adler A.  Network interventions - do they work?  Presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, Mass., November, 1982.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 22(5) Part II, 1982.

*55. Henry K., Cohen C.  Is borderline a labeling issue?  American Journal of Psychiatry 140:1527-1529, 1983.

*56. Cohen C., Adler A.  Network interventions - do they work?  The Gerontologist 24:16-22, 1984.

  57. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Adaptation and Social Networks.  Presented at the 36th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, Calif., November, 1983.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 23 (Special Issue), 287, October, 1983.

*58. Cohen C.  Schizophrenia and work.  Hospital & Community Psychiatry 35:1040-1042, 1984.

*59. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Social networks and adaptation.  The Gerontologist 25:297-304, 1985.

*60. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Social networks, stress, and physical health.  Journal of Gerontology 4:478-486, 1985.

*61. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Assessment of stress buffering effects of social networks on

psychological symptoms in an inner-city elderly population.  American J. of Community Psychology 14:75-91, 1986.

*62. Kesselman M., Sullivan C., Cohen C.  Psychiatry and the urban family practitioner.  In Birren, R. E. (Ed.): Urban Family Practice.  New York: Springer, 1987.

  63. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D., Roth E.  Old men on the streets.  Presented at the 37th annual   meeting of  the Gerontological Society of America, San Antonio, November, 1984.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 24 (Special Issue), October, 1984.

*64. Cohen C., Berk L.A.  Personal coping styles of out-patient schizophrenics.  Hospital & Community Psychiatry 36:407-410, 1985.

*65. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Social networks, stress, adaptation, and health. Research on Aging 7:409-431, 1985.

*66. Cohen C.I.  Marxism and psychotherapy.  Science & Society 50:4-24, 1986.

*67. Cohen C., Adler A.  Assessing the role of social network interventions with an inner-city  population. Amer. J. Orthopsychiatry 56:278-288, 1986.

*68. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Social networks and mortality in an inner-city elderly population. Int'l. J. of Aging & Human Development 24:257-269, 1986-87.

  69. Cohen C., Stastny P., Perlick D., Samuelly L., Horn L.  Cognitive deficits among aging  schizophrenics residing in the community.  Presented at the 39th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Chicago, Ill., November, 1986.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 26 (Special Issue) P. 234.

*70. Cohen C., Crosby M., Zeman D.  The role of labeling processes in the assessment of geriatric depression. Int'l. J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 3:209-21, 1988.

  71. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Gender, networks, and adaptation among an inner-city elderly population.  Presented at the 39th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Chicago, Ill., November, 1986.  Abstract in The Gerontologist (Special Issue) p. 278.

  72. Cohen C.  Old men on the streets.  Presented at the XIIIth International Congress of Gerontology,  New  York, July, 1985.

*73. Cohen C., Sokolovsky J., Teresi J., Holmes D.  Gender, networks, and adaptation among an inner-city elderly population.  Journal of Aging Studies 2:45-56, 1988.

*74. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D., Roth E.  Survival strategies of old homeless men.  The Gerontologist 28:58-65, 1988.

*75. Cohen C.  Social ties and friendship patterns of old homeless men.  In Adams, R.G. & Bliesner, R.   (Eds.): Friendship in Adulthood.  Newbury Park: Sage, 1989.

*76. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  The mental health of old homeless men.  Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 36:492-501, 1988.

*77. Cohen C., Stastny P., Perlick D., Samuelly I., Horn L. Cognitive deficits among aging schizophrenics residing in the community.  Hospital & Community Psychiatry 39:557-559, 1988.

*78. Cohen C., Pisano T.  Fellowship training in geriatric psychiatry. Gerontology & Geriatrics Education 8:1-7, 1987-88.

*79. Cohen C., Teresi J., Holmes D.  The physical well-being of older homeless men.  Journal of Gerontology 43:S121-128, 1988.

  80. Cohen C.I., Teresi J., Holmes D.  The physical health of old homeless men.  Presented at the 40th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November, 1987.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 27 (Special Issue) p. 61a.

  81. Horn L., Cohen C.I.  The EASI: a self-administered screening test for mild dementia.  Presented at the 40th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November,     1987.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 27 (Special Issue) p. 122a.

  82. Pisano T., Cohen C.I.  Fellowship training in geriatric psychiatry.  Presented at the 40th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November, 1987.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 27 (Special Issue) p. 154a.

*83. Cohen C.I.  The psychiatrist's role in linking community services.  In L. W. Lazarus (ed.): Essentials of Geriatric Psychiatry.  New York: Springer, 1988.

  84. Cohen C.I., Teresi J., Holmes D.  The mental health of old homeless men.  Presented at the 141st annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Montreal, Canada, May 7-12, 1988.

*85. Cohen C.I., Kochanowicz N.  Schizophrenia and social network patterns: A survey of black inner-city outpatients.  Community Mental Health Journal 25(3), 197-207, 1989.

*86. Cohen C.I., Casimir G.  Factors contributing to increased hospital stay among elderly psychiatric patients.  Hospital & Community Psychiatry 40:741-743, 1989.

*87. Horn L., Cohen C., Teresi J.  The EASI: A self-administered screening test for cognitive impairment in the elderly.  Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 37:848-855, 1989.

  88. Casimir G., Cohen C.  Factors contributing to increased hospital stay among elderly psychiatric patients. Presented at the 41st annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, San Francisco, Calif., November, 1988.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 28 (Special Issue) p. 9A.

  89. Cohen C.I., Kochanowicz N.  Network patterns of black schizophrenic outpatients.  Presented at the 142nd annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, San Francisco, Calif., May 6-11,   1989.

*90. Cohen C.I.  Community Services for the Elderly.  In Sadavoy, J., Lazarus, L.W., Jarvik, L. (Eds.):Comprehensive Review of Geriatric Psychiatry Washington, D.C., American Psychiatric Association Press, 1991.

*91. Cohen C.I.  Psychotherapy with the elderly in public mental health settings.  New Directions in Mental Health Services 46:81-92, 1990.

*92. Cohen C.I.  Social network therapy with inner-city elderly.  In Myers, W.A. (Ed.): New Techniques in the Psychotherapy of Older Patients. Washington, D.C., American Psychiatric Association Press, 1991

*93. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.I.  Old men on the streets in the 1980's.  In Sokolovsky, J.  (Ed.): The  CulturalContext of Aging.  Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 1990.

*94. Cohen C.I., Sokolovsky J.  Alcoholism contributes to homelessness.  In Orr, L. (Ed.): The Homeless.  San Diego: Greenhaven Press, 1990.

*95. Cohen C.I.  Outcome of schizophrenia into later life: An overview.  The Gerontologist 30:790-796, 1990.

  96. Cohen C.I., Roth E., Onserud H.  Mental health strategies for the aging homeless.  Presented at the 143rd annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, New York, N.Y., May 12-17, 1990.

  97. Cohen C.I.  Mental health rehabilitation opportunities in community settings.  In Rehabilitation and Geriatric Education: Perspectives and Potential:Conference Report.  U. S. Department of  HHS & U. S. Department of Education, December 4-7, 1988, p. 87.

*98. Cohen C.I.  The chronic mentally ill elderly: service research issues. In  Light, E. & Lebowitz, B. (Eds.), The Elderly with Chronic Mental Illness:Directions for Research.  New York: Springer, 1991.

*99.  Cohen C.I. The biomedicalization of psychiatry: A critical overview.  Community Mental Health Journal 29:509-521, 1993.

 100. Cohen C.I., Teresi J., Rosen S., Blum C.  Alzheimer's disease a network reorganization.  Presented at the 43rd annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA., November, 1990.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 30 (Special Issue) p. 135A.

 101. Cohen C.I., Kochanowicz  N.  Schizophrenia, social networks, and aging.  Presented at the 43rd annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Boston, MA., November, 1990.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 30 (Special Issue) p. 226A.

*102. Cohen C.I., Thompson K.  Homeless mentally ill or mentally ill homeless?  American Journal of Psychiatry 149:816-823, 1992.

 103. Cohen C.I., Onserud H., Monaco C.  Serving the homeless elderly.  Presented at the 44th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America,  San Francisco, CA., November, 1991.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 31 (Special Issue) p. 241.

*104. Cohen C.I., Onserud H., Monaco C.  Project Rescue:  Serving the homeless and marginally housed elderly. The Gerontologist 32:466-471, 1992.

*105. Cohen C.I., Carlin L.  Racial differences in clinical and social variables among patients evaluated in a dementia assessment center.  Journal of the National Medical Association 85:379-384, 1993.

*106. Cohen C.I., Thompson K.  Psychiatry and the homeless.  Biological Psychiatry 32:383-386, 1992.

*107. Cohen C.I.  Age-related correlations in patient symptom management strategies in schizophrenia:  An exploratory study.  Int'l. J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 8:211-213, 1993.

*108.  Cohen C.I.  Progressive psychiatry: A research agenda.  Community Mental Health Journal  29:561-   567, 1993.

  109.  Cohen C.I.  Schizophrenia into later life.  Directions in Psychiatry 12(21):1-6, 1992.

*110.  Cohen C.I., Crane M.  Old and Homeless in New York City and London: A cross-national   comparison.  In D. Bhugra (Ed): Homelessness and Mental Health. London: Cambridge  University Press, 1996.

*111.  Magai C., Hartung R., Cohen C.I.  Caregiver distress and behavioral symptoms in Alzheimer's     disease.  In B. A. Lawlor (Ed): Emotional Distress in Alzheimer's Caregivers: Patterns of Stress and Coping. Washington, D.C., American Psychiatric Press, 1995.

*112.  Cohen C.I., Onserud H., Monaco C.  Outcomes for the mentally ill in a program for older homeless persons.  Hospital & Community Psychiatry 44:650-656, 1993.

  113.  Magai C., Auer S., Reisberg B., Sclan S., Cohen C.  The assessment of sensorimotor and socialintelligence in late stage Alzheimer's disease.  Presented at the 45th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society America, Washington, D.C., November, 1992.  Abstract in The Gerontologist   32 (Special Issue 2) p. 253.

 114.   Cohen C.  Age-related changes in symptom management strategies in schizophrenia.  Presented at the  45th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November, 1992. Abstract in The Gerontologist 32 (Special Issue 2) p. 275.

 115.   Ortega C., Cohen C., Magai C., Strashun A., Horn L.  The relationship of cerebral blood flow to delusions and hallucinations in dementia.  Presented at the 45th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November, 1992.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 32  (Special Issue 2) p. 242-243.

 116.   Cohen C., Thompson K.S.  Homelessness and the mentally ill (ltr. to editor).  American Journal of  Psychiatry 150:990, 1993.

*117.  Cohen C.  Poverty and the course of schizophrenia: Implications for research and policy.  Hospital & Community Psychiatry 44:951-958, 1993.

*118.  Cohen C., Teresi J., Blum C.  The role of caregiver social networks in Alzheimer's Disease.  Social Science & Medicine 38:1483-1490, 1994.

*119.  Cohen C.I., Onserud H., Monaco C.  Survival strategies of older homeless men.  In Gibson, R. &    Stoller, D. (Eds.),  Worlds of Difference: Inequality and the Aging Experience.  Newbury Park,   CA, Pine Forge Press, 1994.

  120. Horn L., Ortega C., Cohen C., Strashun A., Lau Y.  Clinical Demographic, Neuropsychological and NeuroSPECT Correlates of Hallucinations and Delusions in Dementia.  Presented at the 22nd    Annual  Meeting of the International Neurological Society, Cincinnati, Ohio, February, 1994.

*121. Cohen C.I.  Down and out in New York and London: A cross-national comparison of  homelessness. Hospital & Community Psychiatry 45:769-776, 1994.

  122.  Cohen C.I.  Homelessness in New York and London.  Psychiatric News, February 4, 1994, p. 18.

  123.   Cohen C.I. Mental health & aging: the homeless elderly.  Fact Sheet.  Washington, D.C. Mental Disorders of the Aging Research Branch, NIMH, July, 1991.

  124.   Cohen C.I., Teresi J.  Predictors of Engagement in an Urban Geriatric Psychiatry Clinic. Presented at the 47th annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Atlanta, Ga.,   November, 1994.  Abstract in The Gerontologist 34, (Special Issue) p. 61.

  125.   Cohen C.I.  Education, Occupation, and Alzheimer's disease.  (Ltr. to Editor) JAMA 272:1405, 1994.

  126.   Cohen C.I.  Poverty and Schizophrenia: An Overview.  Presented at the 148th annual meeting of American Psychiatric Association, Miami, Fl., May 20-25, 1995.

*127. Cohen C.I., Thompson K.S.  The homeless mentally ill do not need assertive treatment.  In  Barbour, W. (Ed.):  Mental Illness.  Opposing Viewpoints.  San Diego, Greenhaven Press,  1995

*128.  Cohen C.I.  Studies of course and outcome of schizophrenia in later life.  Psychiatric Services   46:877-879, 889, 1995.

*129.  Cohen C.I.  Integrated community services for the elderly.  In Sadavoy, J., Lazarus, L.W.,  Jarvik, L.,(Eds.): Comprehensive Review of Geriatric Psychiatry. 2nd Edition.Washington,   D.C.,AmericanPsychiatric Press, 1996.

*130. Cohen C.I., Strashun A., Ortega C., Horn L., Magai C.  The effects of poverty and education on  temporoparietal perfusion in "Alzheimer's disease: A reconsideration of the cerebral reserve hypothesis.  International J. of Geriatric Psychiatry, 11:1105-1110, 1996.

*131. Trappler B., Cohen C.I.  Using fluoxetine in "very old" depressed nursing home patients.  American  J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 4:258-262, 1996.

*132.  Cohen C.I.  The political and moral economy of mental health.  Psychiatric Services 48:768-770,    774, 1997.

*133. Magai C., Cohen C., Gomberg D., Malesta C., Culver C.  Emotional expression during mid-to late-stage dementia.  International J. of Psychogeriatrics 8:383-394, 1996.

*134. Cohen C.I., Talavera N., Hartung R.  Depression among older persons with schizophrenia who live in  the community.  Psychiatric Services 47:601-607, 1996.

*135. Cohen C.I., Berment F., Magai C.  A comparison of U. S- born Afro-Americans and Afro-Caribbean psychiatric outpatients.  Journal of the National Medical Association 89:117-123, 1997.

*136. Cohen C.I., Ramirez M., Teresi J., Sokolovsky J.  Predictors of becoming redomiciled among older homeless women.  The Gerontologist 37:67-74, 1997.

  137.   Cohen C.I., Talavera N.J., Hartung R.  Depression among older persons with schizophrenia.   Presented at the 149th Annual Meeting of American Psychiatric Association, New York City, May 4-9, 1996.Syllabus & Proceedings Summary, p. 23.

*138. Cohen C.I., Talavera N., Hartung R.  Predictors of subjective well-being among older persons with schizophrenia living in the community.  American J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 5:145-155, 1997.

*139. Cohen C.I.  Back to the Future.  Psychiatric Services 49(3):277, 1998.

  140.   “Homelessness and Mental Illness in Historical Perspective.”  Institute of Psychiatric Services.   Chicago, October 18-22, 1996.

*141. Sokolovsky J., Cohen C.I.  Old men on the streets.  In Sokolovsky, J. (Ed.): The Cultural Context of Aging. 2nd Edition.  Westport, CT: Bergin & Garvey, 1997.

  142.   Cohen C.I.  Subjective well-being among older patients with schizophrenia.  Presented at the 150th annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, San Diego, May 17-22, 1997.  Syllabus & Proceedings Summary, p. 87.

*143. Magai C., Cohen C.I., Culver C., Gomberg D., Malatesta C.T.  Relation between pre-morbid personality and patterns of emotion expression in mid- to late-stage dementia.  International J. of    Geriatric Psychiatry 12:1092-1099, 1997.

*144. Cohen C.I., Araujo L., Guerrier R., Henry K.A.  “Mixed Dementia”: Adequate or Antiquated? A critical review.  American J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 5:279-283, 1997.

*145. Trappler B., Cohen C.I.  Use of SSRIs in ‘Very Old’ Depressed Nursing Home Residents.  American J of Geriatric Psychiatry 6:83-89, 1998.

*146. Cohen C.I.  The impact of welfare reform as perceived by the users of outpatient mental health services in New York City.  Psychiatric Services 48:1589-1591, 1997.

*147. Magai C., Cohen C.I.  Attachment style and emotion regulation in dementia patients and their relation to caregiver burden.  J. of Gerontology: Psychological Services 53B: P147-P154, 1998.

*148. Cohen C.I., Hyland K., Magai C.  Depression among African American nursing home patients with dementia.  American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 6:162-175, 1998.

*149. Cohen C.I., Hyland K., Magai C.  Interracial and Intraracial differences in neuropsychiatric symptoms, sociodemography, and treatment among nursing home patients with dementia.  The Gerontologist 38:353-361, 1998.

  150.   Nudelman E., Vinuela L.M., Cohen C.I.  Safety in overdose of quetiapine: a case report.  J. Clinical Psychiatry 59:433, 1998.

*151. Cohen C.I., Magai C.  Racial differences in neuropsychiatric symptoms among dementia outpatients. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 7:57-63, 1999.

*152. Cohen C.I., D’Onofrio A., Larkin L., Berkholder P., Fishman H.  A comparison of consumer and provider preferences for research on homeless veterans.  Community Mental Health Journal 35:273-80, 1999.

*153. Cohen C.I.  Aging and homelessness.  The Gerontologist 39:5-14, 1999.

*154. Cohen C.I., Hyland K, Devlin M.  An evaluation of the use of the natural helping network model to enhance the well-being of nursing home residents.  The Gerontologist 39:426-433,1999.

 155. Cohen C.I. Heritability and social support. American Journal of Psychiatry 156:802, 1999.

 156. Cohen C.I.  Psychosocial functioning of older persons with schizophrenia.  Presented at the 152nd annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Washington, D.C., May 15-20, 1999.

 157. Cohen C.I., Cohen S.I.  Potential cost savings of pill-splitting.  Presented at the 152nd annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Washington, D.C., May 15-20, 1999.  New Research Program & Abstracts, p. 244.

*158. Madhusoodan S., Brenner R., Cohen C.I.  Role of atypical antipsychotics in the treatment of psychosis and agitation associated with dementia.  CNS Drugs 2: 135--150,1999.

*159. Cohen C.I.  Overcoming social amnesia: the role for a social perspective in psychiatric research and practice.  Psychiatric Services 51:72-78, 2000.

*160. Magai C, Kennedy G, Cohen C.I., Gomberg D.A.  A controlled clinical trail of sertraline in the treatment  of depression in nursing home patients with late stage Alzheimer’s disease.  American Journal of  Geriatric Psychiatry 8:19-28, 2000.

*161. Cohen C.I., Cohen G.D., Blank K., et al.  Schizophrenia and older adults: an overview.  Directions for research and policy.  American J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 8: 19-28, 2000.

*162. Cohen C.I., Cohen G.D., Blank K., et al.  Summary of the Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry Report on Schizophrenia and Older Adults.  Psychiatric Services  51: 299-302, 2000.

*163. Cohen C.I., Talavera N.  Functional impairment in older schizophrenic persons: towards a conceptual model.  American J. of Geriatric Psychiatry 8:237-244, 2000.

*164. Cohen C.I.  Racial differences in neuropsychiatric symptoms among dementia patients: a comparison of African Americans and Caucasians.  Int’l. J. of Psychogeriatrics 12(suppl 1):395- 402, 2000.

*165. Madhusoodanan S., Brenner R., Cohen C.I.  Risperidone in elderly patients with  schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder.  Psychiatric Annals 30:175-180, 2000.

*166. Cohen C.I., Cohen S.I.  The potential cost-savings from pill-splitting of newer psychotropic  medications.  Psychiatric Services 51:527-529, 2000.

 167. Cohen C.I. Consumer preferences for psychiatric research. Psychiatric Services 51: 936-937, 2000.

*168. Cohen C.I., Sokolovsky J., Crane M. Aging, homelessness, and the law. In Gauthier S., Weisstaub  D.N., Thomasma D.C.(eds.), International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine-Volume   on Aging. Kluwer Academic Press, 2001.

*169. Cohen C.I.  Homelessness. In Ekerdt, D J., R.A. Applebaum, K.C. Holden, S.G. Post, K. Rockwood, R. Schulz, R. L. Sprott, and P. Uhlenberg(Eds.). Encyclopedia of Aging. New York: Macmillan  Reference USA, 2002.

*170. Cohen, C. Project Rescue—A centre for older homeless people, the Bowery, New York City. In Crane, M., Warnes, A.,  Meeting Homeless People’s Needs. Service Development and Practice for Older Excluded. London, King’s Fund, 2000.

  171. Cohen, C.I. Relationship of education to brain size in normal aging. Neurology 54:1206, 2000

*172. Madhusoodanan, S, Brenner, R., Cohen, C.I. Late-Life Psychosis. In Craighead, W.E., Nemeroff,  C.B.(eds), The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychological and Behavioral Science. 3rd Edition. NewYork, John Wiley, 2000.

*173. Magai C., Cohen, C., Milburn N., Thorpe, B., McPherson, R., Peralta, D. Attachment styles in older European American and African American Adults. J of Gerontology: Social Sciences 56B:S28-   S35,   2001.

*174. Cohen, C.I., Sokolovsky, J., Crain, M. Aging, homelessness, and the law. International Journal of   Law and Psychiatry 24: 167-181, 2001.

*175. Blank, K., Cohen, C.I., Cohen, G.D., et al: Failure to detect suicidal intent in elderly patients in the   primary care setting. Clinical Geriatrics 9:26-36, 2001.   

*176. Magai C., Cohen, C.I., Gomberg, D. Impact of training dementia caregivers in sensitivity to nonverbalemotion signals. International Psychogeriatrics 14:25-38,2002.

*177. Jean-Louis, G., Magai, C., Cohen, C.I. , Zizi, F., Casimir, G.J., von Gizycki, H. Ethnic differences in  self-reported sleep problems in older adults. Sleep 24: 926-933, 2001.

*178. Cohen, C.I. , Cohen, S.I. Potential savings from splitting newer antidepressant medications. CNS   Drugs 16:353-358, 2002.

*179. Consedine, N.S., Magai, C. , Cohen, C.I., Gillepsie, M. Ethnic variation in the impact of negativeemotion and emotion inhibition on the health of older adults. J of Gerontology: Psychological   Sciences 57B : P396-P408, 2002.

 180. Cohen, C.I. Schizophrenia and the aging population. Psychiatric Times 18(12):37-40, 2001.

*181. Cohen, C.I., Schoos, R Health care of older schizophrenic persons. Geriatrics 57 (9): 39-40, 2002.

*182. Cohen C.I. Social inequality and health: Will psychiatry assume center stage? Psychiatric Services 53:  937-939, 2002.

183. Cohen C. I. Poverty, social problems, and serious mental illness. Psychiatric Services 53:899-900, 2002

*184. Schoos, R., Cohen, C.I. Medical Health in Aging Persons With Schizophrenia. In J.M. Meyer and H.A. Nasrallah (Eds), Medical Illness and Schizophrenia. Washington,    D.C.  American Psychiatric Publishing, 2003.

*185. Schoos, R. Cohen, C.I. Medical Co-Morbidity in Older Schizophrenic Persons. In C.I. Cohen (Ed). Schizophrenia Into Later Life. Washington, D.C.  American Psychiatric Publishing, 2003.

*186. Cohen, C. I. Towards the development of theory and research in aging and schizophrenia. In C.I. Cohen (Ed),  Schizophrenia Into Later Life. Washington, D.C.  American Psychiatric  Publishing,  2003.

*187.Cohen, C.I. Social vicissitudes of schizophrenia in later life. . In C.I.  Cohen (Ed),  Schizophrenia   Into Later Life. Washington, D.C.  American Psychiatric Publishing, 2003.

188. Cohen, C.I., Akande, B.O., Maccabee P.J., Amassian, V. Safety and efficacy of bilateral repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation in major depression: an open trial. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, May 18-23,  2002. New Research Abstracts NR200.

189. Cohen, C.I., Hyland, K., Kimhy D. Mandatory depression screening of dementia patients in nursing homes. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association, Philadelphia, May 18-23, 2002. New Research Abstracts NR201.

190. Cohen CI , Magai C, Yaffee R, Walcott-Brown L: Gender , race, and depression. Presented at the 15th annual meeting of the American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry , Feruary 24-27, 2002, Orlando, Fl. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 10 (suppl 1): 27-28, 2002.

191. Cohen CI Mandatory depression screening in nursing home patients with dementia. Presented at the 15th  annual meeting of the American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry , February 24-27, 2002, Orlando, Fl.  American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 10 (suppl 1): 45, 2002.

*192. Schoos R, Cohen CI  Neuropsychiatric symptoms in African Americans with AD. In  Alzheimer’s Disease – The Basics :A Physician’s Guide to the Practical Management. Edited by Richter RW & Richter BZ. Humana Press Inc, 2003.

*193. Cohen, GD, Blank, K, Cohen CI, et al.  Mental health problems in assisted living residents. The physician's role in treatment and staff education. Geriatrics 58(2):44, 54-55, 2003.

*194. Cohen, C.I., Hyland, K., Kimhy D. The utility of mandatory depression screening of depressed dementia  patients in nursing homes. American Journal of Psychiatry 160:2012-2017, 2003.

*195. Cohen, CI., Feiner  JS, Huffine C, Moffic HS, Thompson KS.  The future of community psychiatry Community Mental Health Journal 39:459-471, 2003.

 196. Cohen, C.I., Amassian, V.E, Akande, B., Maccabee P.J. The  efficacy and safety of bilateral rTMS in medication–resistant depression. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 64:613—614, 2003.

*197. Cohen, C.I., Ramirez, P., Kehn, M., Magai, C., Eimicke, J., Brenner, R. Assessing quality of lifein older schizophrenic persons. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 11:658-666,2003.

198. Jean-Louis, G., Kripke, D. , Cohen, C., Zizi F., Harris A., Wolintz, A. , Greenridge,  K. Relationships of ambient illumination to depressed mood: Contribution of ophthalmic diseases.  Sleep 26:156, 2003.

199. Jean-Louis, G., Kripke, D. , Cohen, C., Zizi F., Harris A., Wolintz, A. , Greenridge,  K. Ambient  illumination among older Brooklyn residents: Influence of ethnicity and eye diagnosis. Sleep   26:100,2003.

200. DiPalma J., Jean-Louis, G., Zizi F.,  Cohen, C., Casimir, G., Bobb, L., Mukherji, R., Felix, K. Wolintz, A. Screening and treatment of sleep apnea in a Brooklyn–based minority sample. Sleep  26:211, 2003.

*201. Cohen, C. I., Magai C, Yaffee R, Walcott-Brown L. Racial differences in paranoid ideation and  psychoses in an older urban population. American Journal of Psychiatry 161:864-871,2004.

*202. Cohen C.I. Community care. In Grossberg G.T. et al.(eds.), Comprehensive Review of Geriatric