Other important publications
Panter-Brick, C., Hadfield, C., Dajani, R., Eggerman, M., Ager, A. & Ungar, M. (in press). The Child and Youth Resilience Measure: Validation for use with Arabic-speaking refugee and war-affected youth. Child Development.
Ungar, M. Amarasingam, A., & Morgan, S. (in press). Barriers to violence and pathways to resilience among Canadian Indigenous youth. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health.
Van Rensburg, A., Theron, L., & Ungar, M. (2017). Using the CYRM-28 with South African young people: A factor structure analysis. Research on Social Work Practice, 1-10.
Ungar, M., Hadfield, K., Amarasingam, A., Morgan, S., & Grossman, M. (2017). The association between discrimination and violence among Somali Canadian youth. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Hadfield, K., Ostrowski, A., & Ungar, M. (2017). What can we expect of the mental health and wellbeing of Syrian refugee children and adolescents in Canada? Canadian Psychology, 58, 194-201.
Ungar, M. (2017). Building social inclusion and community engagement of youth: Pathways to resilience as alternatives to violence. In T. Morris & M. Hadji-Janev (Eds.), Countering terrorism in South Eastern European (pp.103-109). Washington, DC: IOS Press.
Didkowsky, N. & Ungar, M. (2017). A social ecological approach to understanding resilience among rural youth. In U. Kumar (ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Psychosocial Resilience (pp. 46-58). London: Routledge.
Ungar, M. (2016). Creating a context for resilience in medical settings: The role of collaborative professionals and informal supports. In C. DeMichelis & M. Ferrari (Eds.), Child and adolescent resilience within medical contexts: Integrating research and practice (pp. 211-226). Geneva, Switzerland: Springer.
Ungar, M. (2016). Contextual and cultural aspects of resilience among neglected and abused children. In A.V. Makhnach & L.G. Dikaya (Eds.). Resilience: Individual, professional and social aspects (pp. 377-397.). Moscow: Publishing House of the Institute of Psychology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Ramos, H. & Ungar, M. (2016). Focusing on Refugee Children and Youth will Make a Difference. Canadian Diversity, 13(2), 17-19.
Ungar, M., Theron, L., Liebenberg, L., Restrepo, A., Tian, G., Sanders, J., Munford, R., & Russell, S. (2015). Patterns of individual coping, engagement with social supports, and use of formal services among a five-country sample of resilient youth. Global Mental Health, 2, e21.
Theron, L., Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (Eds.)(2015). Youth resilience and culture: Commonalities and complexities. London, UK: Springer.
Ungar, M. (2015). I still love you: Nine things troubled kids need from their parents. Toronto: Dundurn Press.
Ungar, M. (Ed.)(2012). The social ecology of resilience: A handbook of theory and practice. New York, NY: Springer.
Ungar, M. (2011). Counseling in challenging contexts: Working with individuals and families across clinical and community settings. Belmont, CA: Brooks/Cole.
Liebenberg, L., & Ungar, M. (2009). Researching resilience. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.
Ungar, M. (2009). We generation: Raising socially responsible kids. Toronto, ON: McClelland & Stewart.