A national survey of graduate education in psychopharmacology: Advancing the social work perspective on psychiatric medication.  Hughes, S., Narendorf, S., & Lacasse, J.R. (2017). Journal of Social Work Education. 

Antidepressants and the chemical imbalance theory of depression: A reflection and update on the discourse. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2015). The Behavior Therapist. [Includes responses from Ronald Pies and Daniel Carlat].

Making assessment decisions: Macro, mezzo, and micro perspectives. Lacasse, J.R., & Gambrill, E. (2015). In B. Probst (Ed.)., Critical Thinking in Clinical DIagnosis and Assessment.

Challenging the narrative of chemical imbalance: A look at the evidence. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2015). In B. Probst (Ed.)., Critical Thinking in Clinical DIagnosis and Assessment.

Self-directed care: Participants' service utilization and outcomesSpaulding-Givens, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2015). Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal. 

The New York Times and the ADHD epidemic. Leo, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2015). Society. 

Narrating the brain: Investigating competing portrayals of the embodiment of mental disorder. Hess, J.Z., Gantt, E., Lacasse, J.R., Heller, W., & Vierling-Classen, N. (2014). Journal of Phenomenological Psychology.

A case study approach to mental health recovery: Understanding the importance of trauma-informed care. Lietz, C.A., Lacasse, J.R., & Cheung, J.R. (2014). Ethical Human Psychiatry and Psychology. 

"Is there a getting better from this, or not?" Examining the meaning and possibility of recovery from mental disorder. Hess. J.Z., Lacasse, J.R., Harmon, J., Williams, D., & Vierling-Classen, N. (2014). Child and Youth Services.

The role of services in mental health recovery: A qualitative examination of service experiences among individuals diagnosed with serious mental illnessLietz, C.A., Lacasse, J.R., Hayes, M.J., & Cheung, J. (2014). Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research.

Prescribing of psychiatric medication to bereaved parents following perinatal/neonatal death: An observational study. Lacasse, J.R., & Cacciatore, J. (2014). Death Studies.

Antipsychotic polypharmacy at admission predicts extended length of stay among state hospital inpatients. Lacasse, J.R. (2014). Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry.

A parents’ TEARS: Primary results from the Traumatic Experiences And Resiliency Study (TEARS). Cacciatore, J., Lacasse, J.R., Lietz, C.A., & McPherson, J. (2014). Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying. 

After DSM-5: A critical mental health research agenda for the 21st century. Lacasse, J.R. (2014). Research on Social Work Practice.

Child death in society: Productivity and the economic burden of parental griefFox, M., Cacciatore, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2014). Death Studies

OverdiagnosisLacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2014). In T.Teo (Ed.),  Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology.

Ghostwriting. Leo, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2014). In T. Teo (Ed.)., Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology.

CriticalThinkRX may reduce prescribing to foster youth: Results from an intervention trial. Cohen, D., Lacasse, J.R., Dan, R., & Senglemann, I. (2013). Research on Social Work Practice.

Knowledge of undisclosed corporate authorship (“ghostwriting”) reduces the perceived credibility of antidepressant research: A randomized vignette study with experienced nurses. Lacasse, J.R., Leo, J., Cimino, A.N., Bean, K.F., & del Colle, M. (2012). BMC Research Notes.

Influential publications in social work discourse: The 100 most highly cited articles in disciplinary journals 2000-2009. Hodge, D.R., Lacasse, J.R., & Benson, O. (2012). British Journal of Social Work.

Controversies in psychiatry and DSM-5: The relevance for social work. Littrell, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2012).  Families in Society.

Medical ghostwriting: A university-sanctioned sleight of hand? Leo, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2012). Society.

The controversy over antidepressant drugs in an era of evidence-based practice.  Littrell, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2012). Social Work in Mental Health.

Reanalyzing a randomized controlled trial of combination antidepressant treatment with mirtazapine: Confidence intervals suggest substantial uncertainty. Lacasse, J.R. (2011). Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry.

Evaluating the productivity of social work scholars using the h-index. Lacasse, J.R., Hodge, D.R., & Bean, K..F. (2011). Research on Social Work Practice.

Clinical social work and the biomedical industrial complex. Gomory, T., Wong, S.E., Cohen, D., & Lacasse, J.R. (2011). Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. 

Evaluating journal quality: Is the h-index a better measure than impact factors? Hodge, D.R., & Lacasse, J.R. (2011). Research on Social Work Practice.

Knowledge of ghostwriting and financial conflicts-of-interest reduces the perceived credibility of biomedical research. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2011). BMC Research Notes.

What does it mean for an intervention to "work"? Investigating the meaning of treatment outcomes for youth facing emotional problems. Hess, J.Z., & Lacasse, J.R. (2011). Families in Society.

Why does academic medicine allow ghostwriting? A prescription for reform. Leo, J., & Lacasse, J.R., & Cimino, A.C. (2011). Society. 

Ranking disciplinary journals with the Google Scholar h-index: A new tool for constructing cases for tenure, promotion, and other professional decisions. Hodge, D.R., & Lacasse, J.R. (2011).  Research on Social Work Practice.

Ghostwriting at elite academic medical centers in the United States. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2010). PLoS Medicine. Spanish translation: Boletines Fármacos, 12(2). 

Ghostwriting and academic medicine. Leo, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2010). Chronicle of HIgher Education.

Mental Illness Beliefs Inventory (MIBI): A preliminary validation of a measure of the level of belief in the medical model of mental illness. Lewis, S.J., Lacasse, J.R., & Spaulding-Givens, J. (2010). Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry.

Clinical trials of therapy versus medication: Even in a tie, medication wins. Leo, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2010). Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling, and Psychotherapy, 10(3), 154-156.  [Expanded version, originally published as a BMJ Rapid Response].

The manipulation of data and attitudes about ADHD: A study of consumer advertisementsLeo, J., & Lacasse, J.R. (2009). In S. Tamimi & J. Leo (Eds.)., Rethinking ADD: From brain to culture (pp287-312). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Consumer advertisements for psychostimulants: A long record of misleading promotion. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2009). Psychiatric Times. 

Escitalopram, problem-solving therapy, and poststroke depression. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2008). JAMA. 

The media and the chemical imbalance theory of depression. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2008). Society. .

Questionable advertising of psychotropic medications and disease mongering. Lacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2006). PLoS Medicine.

Serotonin and depression: A disconnect between the advertisements and the scientific literatureLacasse, J.R., & Leo, J. (2005). PLoS Medicine. Spanish Translation:  Boletines Fármacos, 9(1).

Consumer advertising of psychiatric medications biases the public against non-pharmacological treatment. Lacasse, J.R (2005).  Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry.

Mapping the characteristics of a “good” play therapist. Nalavany, B., Ryan, S., Gomory, T., & Lacasse, J.R. (2005).  International Journal of Play Therapy.

Is graduate social work education promoting a critical approach to mental health practice? Lacasse, J.R., & Gomory, T. (2003). Journal of Social Work Education.

Who are we? Findings from the Association for Play Therapy membership survey. Ryan, S.D., Gomory, T., & Lacasse, J.R. (2002).  International Journal of Play Therapy.