Publications

Drake R. E., Riley J.K., Goldman H. H., Becker D. R., Bond G.R., Bennici F. J., and Frey W.D. (2020).

Supporting a working life when disability is not permanent.

Zebrak K.A. and Campione J.R. (2020).

The effect of National Family Caregiver Support Program services on caregiver burden.

Campione J.R. and Zebrak K.A. (2020).

Predictors of unmet need among informal caregivers.

Hyland A., Kasza K.A., Borek N., Kimmel H.L., Taylor K.A., Compton W.M., Day H., Donaldson E.A., Sharma E., Anic G., Edwards K.C., Halenar M.J., Hull L.C., Kissin W., Limpert J., Seaman E.L., Bansal-Travers M., Gardner L.D., Hammad H.T., and Stanton C.A. (2020).

Overview of tobacco use transitions for population health.

Jones N., Gius B., Daley T., George P., Rosenblatt A., and Shern D. (2020).

Coordinated Specialty Care discharge, transition, and step-down policies, practices, and concerns: Staff and client perspectives.

Nagykaldi Z, Davis M.M., Lipman P.D., Dluzak L., and Haught J. (2020).

Third International Conference on Practice Facilitation (ICPF) focuses on extending facilitation to the community.

Bookwalter D.B., Roenfeldt K.A., LeardMann C.A., Kong S.Y., Riddle M.S., and Rull R.P. (2020).

Posttraumatic stress disorder and risk of selected autoimmune diseases among US military personnel.

Seaman E.L., Stanton C.A., Edwards K.C., and Halenar M.J. (2020).

Use of tobacco products/devices for marijuana consumption and association with substance use problems among US young adults (2015-2016).

Bond G.R., Drake R.E., and Pogue J.A. (2019).

Expanding individual placement and support to populations with conditions and disorders other than serious mental illness.

Rosenblatt A. and Goldman H.H. (2019).

Early intervention and policy.

Burke J.G., O'Malley T.L., Folb B., Hagen C.A., and Rabinovich B.A. (2019).

Conceptual factors that support safety behaviors among abuse and survivors: A literature review.

Campione J., Mardon R.E., and McDonald K.M. (2019).

Patient safety culture, health information technology implementation, and medical office problems that could lead to diagnostic error.

Tourangeau R., Yan T., and Sun H. (2019).

Who can you count on? Understanding the determinants of reliability.

Keusch F. and Yan T. (2019).

Impact of response scale features on survey responses to behavioral questions .

Stein K. (2019).

Getting away from it all: Vacations and identity.

Vidal S., Connell C.M., Prince D.M., and Tebes J.K. (2019).

Multisystem-involved youth: A developmental framework and implications for research, policy, and practice.

Marrow J. (2019).

To make her understand with love: Expectations for emotion work in North Indian families.

Rivero G. (2019).

Preaching to the choir: Ideology and following behaviour in social media.

Soule E.K., Plunk A.D., Harrell P.T., Hayes R.B., and Edwards K.C. (2019).

Longitudinal analysis of associations between reasons for electronic cigarette use and change in smoking status among adults in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study.

Juliano L.M., Kardel P.G., Harrell P.T., Muench C., and Edwards K.C. (2019).

Investigating the role of expectancy in caffeine withdrawal using the balanced placebo design.

Noel V.A., Acquilano S.C., Carpenter-Song E., and Drake R.E. (2019).

Use of mobile and computer devices to support recovery in people with serious mental illness: Survey study.

Wu D.T.Y., Chen A.T., Manning J.D., Levy-Fix G., Backonja U., Borland D., Caban J.J., Dowding D.W., Hochheiser H., Kagan V., Kandaswamy S., Kumar M., Nunez A., Pan E., and Gotz D. (2019).

Evaluating visual analytics for health informatics applications: A systematic review from the American Medical Informatics Association Visual Analytics Working Group Task Force on Evaluation.

Fales A.S., Cypel Y.S., Dunn M.E., Truelove A.L., Ishii E.K., Schneiderman A.I., and Davey V.J. (2019).

Qualitative interviewing: Testing health surveys among Vietnam war veterans at the age of 70 years.

Coleman B., Rostron B., Johnson S.E., Persoskie A., Pearson J., Stanton C., Choi K., Anic G., Goniewicz M.L., Cummings K.M., Kasza K.A., Silveira M.L., Delnevo C., Niaura R., Abrams D.B., Kimmel H.L., Borek N., Compton W.M., and Hyland A. (2019).

Transitions in electronic cigarette use among adults in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, Waves 1 and 2 (2013-2015).

Sawdey M.D., Day H.R., Coleman B., Gardner L.D., Johnson S.E., Limpert J., Hammad H.T., Goniewicz M.L., Abrams D.B., Stanton C.A., Pearson J.L., Kaufman A.R., Kimmel H.L., Delnevo C.D., Compton W.M., Bansal-Travers M., Niaura R.S., Hyland A., and Ambrose B.K. (2019).

Associations of risk factors of e-cigarette and cigarette use and susceptibility to use among baseline PATH study youth participants (2013-2014).

Stanton C.A., Bansal-Travers M., Johnson A.L., Sharma E., Katz L., Ambrose B.K., Silveira M.L., Day H., Sargent J., Borek N., Compton W.M., Johnson S., Kimmel H., Kaufman A.R., Limpert J., Abrams D., Cummings K.M., Goniewicz M.L., Tanski S., Travers M.J., Hyland A.J., and Pearson J.L. (2019).

Longitudinal e-cigarette and cigarette use among US youth in the PATH Study (2013-2015).

Wang Y., Wong L.Y., Meng L., Pittman E.N., Trinidad D.A., Hubbard K.L., Etheredge A., Del Valle-Pinero A.Y., Zamoiski R., van Bemmel D.M., Borek N., Patel V., Kimmel H.L., Conway K.P., Lawrence C., Edwards K.C., Hyland A., Goniewicz M.L., Hatsukami D., Hecht S.S., and Calafat A.M. (2019).

Urinary concentrations of monohydroxylated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in adults from the U.S. Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study Wave 1 (2013-2014).

Vidal S. and Connell C.M. (2019).

Treatment effects of parent-child focused evidence-based programs on problem severity and functioning among children and adolescents with disruptive behavior.

Kaufman A., Klein E.G., Koblitz A., and Price S. (2018).

A vision for eye-tracking research in tobacco regulatory science.

Lopez A.A., Redner R., Kurti A.N., Keith D.R., Villanti A.C., Stanton C.A., Gaalema D.E., Bunn J.Y., Doogan N.J., Cepeda-Benito A., Roberts M.E., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Tobacco and nicotine delivery product use in a U.S. national sample of women of reproductive age.

Green V.R., Conway K.P., Silveira M.L., Kasza K.A., Cohn A., Cummings K.M., Stanton C.A., Callahan-Lyon P., Slavit W., Sargent J.D., Hilmi N., Niaura R.S., Reissig C.J., Lambert E., Zandberg I., Brunette M.F., Tanski S.E., Borek N., Hyland A.J., and Compton W.M. (2018).

Mental health problems and onset of tobacco use among 12- to 24-year-olds in the PATH Study.

Napolitano M.A., Lynch S.B., and Stanton C.A. (2018).

Young adult e-cigarette users: Perceptions of stress, body image, and weight control.

Cohn A.M., Johnson A.L., Rose S.W., Pearson J.L., Villanti A.C., and Stanton C. (2018).

Population-level patterns and mental health and substance use correlates of alcohol, marijuana, and tobacco use and co-use in US young adults and adults: Results from the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health.

Goniewicz M.L., Smith D.M., Edwards K.C., Blount B.C., Caldwell K.L., Feng J., Wang L., Christensen C., Ambrose B., Borek N., van Bemmel D., Konkel K., Erives G., Stanton C.A., Lambert E., Kimmel H.L., Hatsukami D., Hecht S.S., Niaura R.S., Travers M., Lawrence C., and Hyland A.J. (2018).

Comparison of nicotine and toxicant exposure in users of electronic cigarettes and combustible cigarettes.

Robins C. (2018).

Qualitative research.

Carpenter-Song E., Noel V.A., Acquilano S.C., and Drake R.E. (2018).

Real-world technology use among people with mental illnesses: Qualitative study.

Liakoni E., Edwards K.C., St. Helen G., Nardone N., Dempsey D.A., Tyndale R.F., and Benowitz N.L. (2018).

Effects of nicotine metabolic rate on withdrawal symptoms and response to cigarette smoking after abstinence.

Stanton C.A. and Halenar M.J. (2018).

Patterns and correlates of multiple tobacco product use in the United States.

Hair E.C., Cantrell J., Pitzer L., Bennett M.A., Romberg A.R., Xiao H., Rath J.M., Halenar M.J., and Vallone D. (2018).

Estimating the pathways of an antitobacco campaign.

Davis M.M., Nagykaldi Z., Darby Lipman P., and Haught J. (2018).

First International Conference on Practice Facilitation: A success!.

Rubenstein L., Dukes S., Fearing C., Foster B.K., Painter K., Rosenblatt A., and Rubin W. (2018).

A case study for social marketing: Key strategies for transforming the children's mental health system in the United States.

Gaalema D.E., Pericot-Valverde I., Bunn J.Y., Villanti A.C., Cepeda-Benito A., Doogan N.J., Keith D.R., Kurti A.N., Lopez A.A., Nighbor T., Parker M.A., Quisenberry A.J., Redner R., Roberts M.E., Stanton C.A., Ades P.A., and Higgins S.T. (2018).

Tobacco use in cardiac patients: Perceptions, use, and changes after a recent myocardial infarction among US adults in the PATH Study (2013-2015).

McGurk S.R., Drake R.E., Xie H., Riley J.K., Milfort R., Hale T.W., and Frey W.D. (2018).

Cognitive predictors of work among Social Security Disability Insurance beneficiaries with psychiatric disorders enrolled in IPS supported employment.

Pierce J.P., Sargent J.D., Portnoy D.B., White M., Noble M., Kealey S., Borek N., Carusi C., Choi K., Green V.R., Kaufman A.R., Leas E., Lewis M.J., Margolis K.A., Messer K., Shi Y., Silveira M.L., Snyder K., Stanton C.A., Tanski S.E., Bansal-Travers M., Trinidad D., and Hyland A. (2018).

Association between receptivity to tobacco advertising and progression to tobacco use in youth and young adults in the PATH Study.

Pearson J.L., Johnson A.L., Johnson S.E., Stanton C.A., Villanti A.C., Niaura R., Glasser A.M., Wang B., Abrams D.B., Cummings K.M., and Hyland A. (2018).

Adult interest in using a hypothetical modified risk tobacco product: Findings from Wave 1 of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health Study (2013-14).

Boyle R.G., D'Silva J., Stanton C.A., Carusi C., and Tang Z. (2017).

Disparities in cigarette smoking and use of other tobacco products in Minnesota, 2003-14.

Vidal S., Clearly H., Woolard J., and Michel J. (2017).

Adolescents' legal socialization: Effects of interrogation and Miranda knowledge on legitimacy, cynicism, and procedural justice.

Edmunds M., Tuckson R., Lewis J., Atchinson B., Rheuban K., Fanberg H., Olinger L., Rosati R., Austein-Casnoff C., Capistrant G., and Thomas L. (2017).

An emergent research and policy framework for telehealth.

Zebrak K.A. and Green K.M. (2017).

The role of young adult social bonds, substance problems, and sexual risk in pathways between adolescent substance use and midlife risky sexual behavior among urban African Americans.

Zhang X., Goldmuntz E., Londono-Obregon C., Davey B.T., Slap G.B., and Kim Y.Y. (2017).

Adult CHD: The ongoing need for physician counselling about heredity and contraceptive options.

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