Professor Elliott specializes in teaching and studying the social determinants of health and well-being.
- Sociology of mental health and illness
- Health disparities
- Prejudice, discrimination, stigma and well-being
- Religion, spirituality, and well-being
- Survey Research Design and Analysis
- In-Depth Interview Design and Analysis
- Sociology 737: Survey Research Methods
- Sociology 458/658: Sociology of Mental Health
- Sociology 457/657: Society and Health
- Sociology 101: Principles of Sociology
- Elliott, Marta and Jordan Reuter*. 2021. “Religion, Spirituality and Mental Illness Among Working Professionals: An In-Depth Interview Study.” Mental Health, Religion, & Culture.
- Elliott, Marta and James Ragsdale*. 2021. “Stress Exposure and Well-Being: Correlates of Meeting Criteria for Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, or Both.” Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology.
- Elliott, Marta and Jordan Reuter*. 2021. “The Benefits and Challenges of Employment for Working Professionals with Mental Illness.” Community Mental Health Journal.
- Elliott, Marta, Michael Padua* and Thomas Schwenk. 2021. “Electronic Health Records, Medical Practice Problems, and Physician Distress.” International Journal of Behavioral Medicine.
- Elliott, Marta and Sarah J. Blithe. 2021. “Gender Inequality, Stress Exposure, and Well-Being among Academic Faculty.” International Journal of Higher Education 10 (2):240-252.
- Ph.D., Sociology, Johns Hopkins University, 1995
- M.A., Sociology, Ohio State University, 1990
- B.A., Sociology, Ohio State University, 1988