Features on Dr. Gone and his work
- “Joseph P. Gone: Native American historical trauma vs. postcolonial distress and a few thoughts about retention.” Multicultural Guest Interview with Dr. Gone, published in the Montana State University Northern in 2015.
- “They’ve Gone Miles: Two prominent scholars using awards to research at MSU.” An article describing Dr. Gone’s family’s residency at Montana State University in 2014.
- “Guggenheim winner to study poverty, mental health and Native American culture.” Michigan Radio feature on Dr. Gone’s work, presented as part of the State of Opportunity program in 2014.
- “‘A terrific honor’: Montana native receives Guggenheim fellowship for psychology work.” In-depth profile of Dr. Gone and his work, published in the Great Falls Tribune in 2014.
- “At the intersection of culture and mental health.” An article on Dr. Gone’s invited address at the 24th Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention in 2012.
- “Adapting counseling strategies for native communities.” Brief article on Dr. Gone’s research on how evidence-based mental health treatments might intersect with American Indian cultural traditions. Published in the Observer, a publication of the Association for Psychological Science, in 2012.
News articles quoting Dr. Gone
- “Diversity as a must-have feature of science.” An article summarizing several APS conference presentations on issues of diversity. Published in the Observer in 2016.
- “Fort Belknap struggles to address meth problem.” Radio program presented in 2016 on Montana Public Radio with quotes from Dr. Gone.
- “No, Native Americans aren’t genetically more susceptible to alcoholism: Time to retire the ‘firewater’ fairytale.” Article quoting Dr. Gone on both myths and facts related to addiction among American Indians; published in The Verge in 2015.
- “Trauma may be woven into DNA of Native Americans.” An article quoting Dr. Gone on epigenetics and historical trauma, published by the Indian Country Today Media Network in 2015.
- “Transcultural Psychiatry Podcast.” Dr. Gone introduces the April 2015 special issue of Transcultural Psychiatry on reconciling evidence-based practice and cultural competence.