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    Sherrie Wilcox, PhD

    TitleAdjunct Assistant Professor, Social Work
    SchoolSchool of Social Work
    DepartmentSocial Work
    Emailslwilcox@usc.edu
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      Sherrie L. Wilcox joined the USC School of Social Work faculty in 2012 after serving as a research consultant at the USC Center for Innovation and Research on Veterans and Military Families. She has been involved in military research for more than seven years and is an active certified health education specialist (CHES).

      Currently, Wilcox is principal investigator on a study funded by the California Community Foundation that examines sexual functioning after experiencing physical and/or psychological injuries from combat. She is also leading a randomized trial funded by the Department of Defense that evaluates the effectiveness of online courses to improve knowledge, confidence and skills in behavioral health providers working with military populations. Recently, Wilcox has been involved in a study assessing challenges and strengths to reintegrating National Guard members after returning from a combat deployment. Her dissertation research examined the protective impact of distinct sources of social support among U.S. Marines.

      Wilcox is also actively involved in service activities. She serves as a reviewer for a number of scientific journals, grants, and programs, and is active in a number of professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association and American Association of Suicidology. Wilcox is the co-chief editorial assistant of the APA’s Trauma Psychology News, and is on an APA task force investigating the psychology of weaponized unmanned aerial vehicles (drones).


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      1. Cederbaum JA, Wilcox S, Sullivan K, Lucas C, Schuyler A. The Influence of Social Support on Dyadic Functioning and Mental Health Among Military Personnel During Postdeployment Reintegration. Public Health Rep. 2017 Jan/Feb; 132(1):85-92. PMID: 28005474.
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      2. Kintzle S, Oh H, Wilcox S, Hassan A, Ell K, Castro C. Civilian Unemployment and Mental Health: The Moderating Impact of Alcohol Misuse in Returning National Guard. Mil Med. 2015 Sep; 180(9):986-93. PMID: 26327551.
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      3. Wilcox S, Redmond S, Davis TL. Genital image, sexual anxiety, and erectile dysfunction among young male military personnel. J Sex Med. 2015 Jun; 12(6):1389-97. PMID: 25929693.
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      4. Wilcox S, Oh H, Redmond SA, Chicas J, Hassan AM, Lee PJ, Ell K. A scope of the problem: Post-deployment reintegration challenges in a National Guard Unit. Work. 2015; 50(1):73-83. PMID: 25167910.
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      5. Wilcox S, Redmond S, Hassan AM. Sexual functioning in military personnel: preliminary estimates and predictors. J Sex Med. 2014 Oct; 11(10):2537-45. PMID: 25042933.
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      6. Sherrie Wilcox Anthony Hassan. Veteran Services. Oxford Bibliographies Online. 2014.
      7. Sherrie Wilcox Kimberly Finney Julie Cederbaum. Military Psychologists’ Desk Reference. Prevalence of Mental Health Problems among Military Populations. 2013; 187-192.
      8. Sherrie Wilcox Michael Rank. Military Psychologists’ Desk Reference. Transitioning Through the Deployment Cycle. 2013; 306-311.
      9. Megan Hazle Sherrie Wilcox Anthony Hassan. Helping Veterans And Their Families Fight On!. Advances in Social Work. 2012; 13(1):229-242.
      10. Sherrie Wilcox. Social Relationships And PTSD Symptomatology In Combat Veterans. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. 2010; 2(3):175-182.