Publications

September 2021 Research Publication Highlights

Brain Function Subtypes Related to Substance Use Behavior

Dr. Martz & colleagues published research findings on subtypes of brain functioning as they relate to substance use behavior. Learn more

 

Binge drinking before and after a COVID-19 campus closure among first-year college students

 

Bonar, E. E., Parks, M. J., Gunlicks-Stoessel, M., Lyden, G. R., Mehus, C. J., Morrell, N., & Patrick, M. E. (2021). Binge drinking before and after a COVID-19 campus closure among first-year college students. Addictive behaviors, 118, 106879. DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.addbeh.2021.106879

 

Purpose

The COVID-19 pandemic is associated with reports of increased substance use. College students are a population of concern for high risk binge drinking and their behavior may be particularly impacted by COVID-19 campus closures. Therefore, we examine first-year college students' binge drinking soon after their university's pandemic-related suspension of in-person operations.

 

Methods

Students from a single campus (N = 741; age: M = 18.05, SD = 0.22) completed one assessment in April-May 2020 post-campus closure (March 2020) including theoretically-informed measures (e.g., drinking motives, norms) and two items of self-reported pre- and post-closure binge drinking frequency, the focus of these analyses.

 

Results

About half of students consistently reported not binge drinking pre- and post-closure; 6.75% reported a consistent frequency of binge drinking pre- and post-closure. Many (39.41%) reported lower 30-day binge drinking post-campus closure compared to their pre-closure reports; few (4.18%) reported higher 30-day binge drinking frequency post-campus closure. Students reporting lower binge drinking post-closure showed differences in coping, social, and enhancement drinking motives and isolation. Students reporting greater post-closure binge drinking reported higher perceived drinking norms and were more likely to be in Greek life.

 

Conclusion

This study demonstrates self-reported patterns in binge drinking among first-year college students at the point of COVID-19 campus closures. Pandemic-related college closures may have been a temporary environmental intervention on this high-risk behavior for some students. Although many students were not binge drinking, some continued binge drinking after closure and may benefit from preventive interventions.

Methamphetamine use among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States

 

Coughlin, L. N., Lin, L., Jannausch, M., Ilgen, M. A., & Bonar, E. E. (2021). Methamphetamine use among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States. Drug and alcohol dependence, 108921. DOI: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2021.108921

 

Highlights

•AI/AN communities experience a disproportionate amount of methamphetamine use.

•Methamphetamine use is nearly 4 times higher in AI/AN compared to non-AI/AN people.

•AI/AN methamphetamine use tends to cluster among more rural and lower income people.

•Engaging, accessible, culturally-driven, and sustainable treatment efforts are needed.

 

Background

Recent trends show methamphetamine use is increasing in the United States. American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities face health disparities compared to the population overall, including some of the highest rates of illegal drug use. Herein, we examined the prevalence of methamphetamine use among AI/ANs and characteristics associated with methamphetamine use among AI/AN people.

 

Methods

We examined past-year methamphetamine use from 2015 to 2019 between AI/ANs and the general non-institutionalized U.S. population using the National Survey of Drug Use and Health. Then, we identify potential subgroups of AI/AN people at elevated risk of methamphetamine use across factors including demographic, social determinants, mental health, and co-occurring substance use.

 

Results

A total of 214,505 people, aged 18 or older, were surveyed between 2015 and 2019; 3,075 (0.55%) identified as AI/AN. An estimated 26.2 out of every 1000 AI/ANs used methamphetamine compared to 6.8 out of every 1000 in the general U.S. population. Compared to methamphetamine use in the general population, AI/AN methamphetamine use tends to cluster in rural areas and among those with low income. AI/ANs who use methamphetamine were more likely to be male, middle-aged, low income, have severe mental illness, and misuse other substances than AI/AN people who did not use methamphetamine.

 

Discussion

AI/ANs experience a disproportionate amount of methamphetamine use in the U.S. To address this disparity, multifaceted, broad prevention, harm reduction, and treatment efforts are needed that leverage cultural strengths to mitigate the consequences of methamphetamine use.

What undergraduates want in campus sexual assault prevention programming: Findings from a formative research study

 

Meredith L. Philyaw-Kotov, Maureen A. Walton, Brianne Brenneman, Miriam Gleckman-Krut, Alan K. Davis & Erin E. Bonar (2021) What undergraduates want in campus sexual assault prevention programming: Findings from a formative research study. Journal of American College Health. DOI: 10.1080/07448481.2021.1950161

 

Objective

Campus sexual assault (SA) prevention programs are widely implemented, despite few having strong empirical support. To inform the development and refinement of prevention programs, we collected pilot qualitative data to capture undergraduates’ perspectives regarding desirable program characteristics.

 

Participants

Undergraduates completed an audio-taped interview (n = 19) or a focus group (n = 16) in June – November 2016.

 

Methods

We double-coded transcripts for a priori and emerging themes using NVivo 11. A third coder resolved disagreements; we assessed intercoder reliability using Cohen’s Kappa.

 

Results

Participants preferred SA prevention programming to be delivered in-person to small, coed groups of unfamiliar students. Students preferred programming with peer-facilitated, candid conversation about SA outcomes and prevention strategies. Participants also preferred for the tone of these training sessions to match the serious subject matter.

 

Conclusions

Students’ perceptions of desirable program characteristics differ somewhat from current evidence-based programs in several ways, highlighting important future directions for SA prevention research.

Association between relationship quality and concurrent alcohol use and sedative-tranquilizer misuse in middle and later life

 

Tomorrow D. Wilson, Kristen L. Barry, Donovan T. Maust & Frederic C. Blow (2021) Association between relationship quality and concurrent alcohol use and sedative-tranquilizer misuse in middle and later life, Aging & Mental Health, 25:6, 1110-1114, DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2020.1727850

 

Objectives

Mid-life adults have notably higher rates of alcohol and other substance misuse than older adults and maintain higher levels of use over time. Social isolation has been linked to higher risk use with increasing age. The purpose of this study is to examine the associations between social relationships, drinking, and misuse of sedative-tranquilizers.

 

Methods

The data for this study come from the national Midlife in the United States study wave 2 (MIDUS 2) of adults (N = 3378; 53.3% women) aged 40 and older. Past month alcohol use and past year sedative medication misuse were assessed with social support and strain. Multinomial logistic regressions evaluated the relationship of (a) support and (b) strain to use and co-use of alcohol and sedatives.

 

Results

Of the sample, 58.4% used alcohol only, 1.7% only misused sedatives, and 3.5% co-used alcohol/misused sedative-tranquilizers. Support from friends was associated with 1.18 increased risk of co-using compared to not using either substance. Source of strain was associated with co-use for middle-aged and older adults. Familial strain was associated with increased risk of co-using for middle-aged adults. Friend-related strain was associated with increased risk of co-use for older adults.

 

Conclusion

Evidence suggests that older co-users may differ from those in midlife in terms of social risk factors. As the aging population increases, elucidating the potential mechanisms by which social factors impact concurrent alcohol use and sedative-tranquilizer medication misuse aid the development of targeted interventions and prevention programs in these groups.

Evidence accumulation and associated error-related brain activity as computationally-informed prospective predictors of substance use in emerging adulthood

 

Weigard, A. S., Brislin, S. J., Cope, L. M., Hardee, J. E., Martz, M. E., Ly, A., ... & Heitzeg, M. M. (2021). Evidence accumulation and associated error-related brain activity as computationally-informed prospective predictors of substance use in emerging adulthood. Psychopharmacology, 1-16. DOI: 10.1007/s00213-021-05885-w

 

Rationale

Substance use peaks during the developmental period known as emerging adulthood (ages 18–25), but not every individual who uses substances during this period engages in frequent or problematic use. Although individual differences in neurocognition appear to predict use severity, mechanistic neurocognitive risk factors with clear links to both behavior and neural circuitry have yet to be identified. Here, we aim to do so with an approach rooted in computational psychiatry, an emerging field in which formal models are used to identify candidate biobehavioral dimensions that confer risk for psychopathology.

 

Objectives

We test whether lower efficiency of evidence accumulation (EEA), a computationally characterized individual difference variable that drives performance on the go/no-go and other neurocognitive tasks, is a risk factor for substance use in emerging adults.

 

Methods and Results

In an fMRI substudy within a sociobehavioral longitudinal study (n = 106), we find that lower EEA and reductions in a robust neural-level correlate of EEA (error-related activations in salience network structures) measured at ages 18–21 are both prospectively related to greater substance use during ages 22–26, even after adjusting for other well-known risk factors. Results from Bayesian model comparisons corroborated inferences from conventional hypothesis testing and provided evidence that both EEA and its neuroimaging correlates contain unique predictive information about substance use involvement.

 

Conclusions

These findings highlight EEA as a computationally characterized neurocognitive risk factor for substance use during a critical developmental period, with clear links to both neuroimaging measures and well-established formal theories of brain function.

 

2021 Addiction Center Faculty Publication List

Arnold, T. D., Lin, L., Cotton, B. P., Bryson, W. C., & Polenick, C. A. (2021). Gender Differences in Patterns and Correlates of Continued Substance Use among Patients in Methadone Maintenance Treatment. Substance Use & Misuse, 1-10.

 

Arterberry, B. J., Goldstick, J. E., Walton, M. A., Cunningham, R. M., Blow, F. C., & Bonar, E. E. (2021). Alcohol and cannabis motives: differences in daily motive endorsement on alcohol, cannabis, and alcohol/cannabis co-use days in a cannabis-using sample. Addiction Research & Theory, 29(2), 111-116.

 

Bonar, E. E., Chapman, L., McAfee, J., Goldstick, J. E., Bauermeister, J. A., Carter, P. M., ... & Walton, M. A. (2021). Perceived impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on cannabis-using emerging adults. Translational Behavioral Medicine. doi: 10.1093/tbm/ibab025

 

Bonar, E. E., Chapman, L., Goldstick, J. E., Young, S. D., Bauermeister, J. A., & Walton, M. A. (2021, June). Feasibility and Acceptability of a Social Media Intervention for Cannabis Use in Emerging Adults. In SPR Virtual 29th Annual Meeting. SPR.

 

Bonar, E. E., Parks, M. J., Gunlicks-Stoessel, M., Lyden, G. R., Mehus, C. J., Morrell, N., & Patrick, M. E. (2021). Binge drinking before and after a COVID-19 campus closure among first-year college students. Addictive behaviors, 118, 106879.

 

Bonar, E. E., Kidwell, K. M., Bohnert, A. S., Bourque, C. A., Carter, P. M., Clark, S. J., ... & Walton, M. A. (2021). Optimizing scalable, technology-supported behavioral interventions to prevent opioid misuse among adolescents and young adults in the emergency department: A randomized controlled trial protocol. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 106523.

 

Bonar, Erin E., et al. Training Young Adult Peers in a Mobile Motivational Interviewing‐Based Mentoring Approach to Upstream HIV Prevention. American Journal of Community Psychology 67.1-2 (2021): 237-248.

 

Bonar, E. E., Cunningham, R. M., Sweezea, E. C., Blow, F. C., Drislane, L. E., & Walton, M. A. (2021). Piloting a brief intervention plus mobile boosters for drug use among emerging adults receiving emergency department care. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 108625.

 

Bonar, Erin E., et al. Training Young Adult Peers in a Mobile Motivational Interviewing‐Based Mentoring Approach to Upstream HIV Prevention. American Journal of Community Psychology 67.1-2 (2021): 237-248.

 

Brislin, S. J., Martz, M. E., Cope, L. M., Hardee, J. E., Weigard, A., & Heitzeg, M. M. (2021). Heterogeneity within youth with childhood-onset conduct disorder in the ABCD study. Frontiers in psychiatry, 1196.  https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2021.701199

 

Britton, P. C., Ilgen, M. A., Bohnert, K. M., Ashrafioun, L., Kane, C., Klein, J., & Pigeon, W. R. (2021). Shorter-and Longer-Term Risk for Suicide Among Male US Military Veterans in the Year After Discharge From Psychiatric Hospitalization. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry82(2).

 

Brown VM, Zhu L, Solway A, et al. Reinforcement Learning Disruptions in Individuals With Depression and Sensitivity to Symptom Change Following Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. JAMA Psychiatry. Published online July 28, 2021. doi:10.1001/jamapsychiatry.2021.1844

 

Clark, D. A., Arterberry, B. J., Walton, M. A., Cunningham, R. M., Goldstick, J. E., Zimmerman, M. A., ... & Bonar, E. E. (2021). Examining Same-Day Associations Between Cannabis Use Motives and Condom Use in Urban Emerging Adults: A Brief Report. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 82(4), 516-521.

 

Clark, D. Angus, et al. Adolescent Sexual Development and Peer Groups: Reciprocal Associations and Shared Genetic and Environmental Influences. Archives of Sexual Behavior 50.1 (2021): 141-160

 

Coughlin, L. N., Lin, L., Jannausch, M., Ilgen, M. A., & Bonar, E. E. (2021). Methamphetamine use among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States. Drug and alcohol dependence, 108921.

 

Coughlin, L. N., Bonar, E. E., Bohnert, A. S., Blow, F. C., Bauermeister, J. A., Cross, Y., ... & Walton, M. A. (2021). Patterns of same-day alcohol and cannabis use in adolescents and young adults with risky alcohol use. Addiction Research & Theory, 1-7.

 

Coughlin, L.N., Lin, L., Jannausch, M., Ilgen, M., Bonar, E. Methamphetamine use among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. (In press).

 

Coughlin, L.N., Ilgen, M.A., Jannausch, M., Walton, M.A. & Bohnert, K.M. Progression of cannabis withdrawal symptoms in medical cannabis patients with chronic pain. Addiction. Online ahead of print. PMID 33400332 (In press)

 

Coughlin, L. N., Nahum-Shani, I., Philyaw-Kotov, M. L., Bonar, E. E., Rabbi, M., Klasnja, P., ... & Walton, M. A. (2021). Developing an Adaptive Mobile Intervention to Address Risky Substance Use Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults: Usability Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 9(1), e24424.

 

Coughlin, L. N., Bonar, E. E., & Bickel, W. K. (2021). Considerations for remote delivery of behavioral economic interventions for substance use disorder during COVID-19 and beyond. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 120, 108150.

 

Cousins, M., Jannausch, M., Coughlin, L.N., Jagsi, R. & Ilgen, M.A. Prevalence of cannabis use among individuals with a history of cancer in the United States. Cancer. Online ahead of print June 3 2021. PMID 340817722

 

Cousins, M. M., Jannausch, M., Jagsi, R., & Ilgen, M. (2021). Differences between cancer patients and others who use medicinal Cannabis. Plos one16(3), e0248227.

 

Czyz, E. K., King, C. A., Prouty, D., Micol, V. J., Walton, M., & Nahum‐Shani, I. (2021). Adaptive intervention for prevention of adolescent suicidal behavior after hospitalization: a pilot sequential multiple assignment randomized trial. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry. doi:10.1111/jcpp.13383.

 

Fernandez, A. C., Lin, L. A., Bazzi, A. R., Boissoneault, J., Borsari, B., & Blow, F. (2021). Beliefs about Perioperative Opioid and Alcohol Use among Elective Surgical Patients Who Report Unhealthy Drinking: A Qualitative Study. Pain Medicine.

 

Fernandez, A. C., Guetterman, T. C., Borsari, B., Mello, M. J., Mellinger, J., Tonnesen, H., ... & Blow, F. C. (2021). Gaps in Alcohol Screening and Intervention Practices in Surgical Healthcare: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Addiction Medicine. E Pub Ahead of Print.

 

Fitzgerald, P. J., Kounelis-Wuillaume, S. K., Gheidi, A., Morrow, J. D., Spencer-Segal, J. L., & Watson, B. O. (2021). Sex-and stress-dependent effects of a single injection of ketamine on open field and forced swim behavior. Stress, 1-9.

 

Goldstick, J. E., Lyons, V. H., Myers, M. G., Walton, M. A., Heinze, J. E., & Cunningham, R. M. (2021). Within-and between-person associations with drug use disorder among adolescents and emerging adults presenting to an urban emergency department. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 108605.

 

Hicks, B. M., Clark, D. A., Deak, J., Schaefer, J., Liu, M., Jang, S., ... & VRIEZE, S. (2021). Polygenic Scores for Smoking and Educational Attainment have Independent Influences on Academic Success and Adjustment in Adolescence and Educational Attainment in Adulthood.

 

Ilgen, M. A., Stewart, H. J., Lhermitte, S. L., Pfeiffer, P. N., Britton, P. C., & Pope, E. B. (2021). Developing and Testing Crisis Line Facilitation to Encourage Help Seeking in Adults Receiving Inpatient Treatment for a Suicidal Crisis. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 28 (1), 15-21.

 

Lagisetty, P., Garpestad, C., Larkin, A., Macleod, C., Antoku, D., Slat, S., ... & Lin, L. A. (2021). Identifying Individuals with Opioid Use Disorder: Validity of International Classification of Diseases Diagnostic Codes for Opioid Dependence and Abuse. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 108583.

 

Lange, S., Bagge, C., Probst, C., & Rehm, J. (2021). Proportion of individuals with past-year suicidal ideation who attempted suicide over the past 10 years in the United States, and the influence of age and sex. Crisis, 42, 152-156.

 

Lei, L., Strominger, J., Wiechers, I. R., Kim, H. M., Blow, F. C., Bohnert, A. S., ... & Maust, D. T. (2021). Benzodiazepine Prescribing from VA and Medicare to Dually Enrolled Older Veterans: A Retrospective Cohort Study. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 1-8.

 

Lin, L.A., Fortney, J., Bohnert, A.S.B., Coughlin, L.N., Zhang, L. & Piette, J.D. Comparing telemedicine versus in-person buprenorphine treatment in US Veterans with opioid use disorder. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. (In press)     

Lin, Lewei Allison, and Richard Saitz. "What Will it Take to Stem the Tide? Understanding and Addressing the Needs of People With Addiction Involving Multiple Substances." Journal of Addiction Medicine, 15.1 (2021): 1-2.

 

Lin, L. A., Bohnert, A. S., Blow, F. C., Gordon, A. J., Ignacio, R. V., Kim, H. M., & Ilgen, M. A. (2021). Polysubstance use and association with opioid use disorder treatment in the US Veterans Health Administration. Addiction, 116(1), 96-104.

 

Littlefield, A. K., Cooke, J. T., Bagge, C. L., Glenn, C. R., Kleiman, E. M., Jacobucci, R., ... & Steinley, D. (2021). Machine learning to classify suicidal thoughts and behaviors: implementation within the common data elements used by the military suicide research consortium. Clinical psychological science, 9(3), 467-481.

 

Maust, D. T., Kim, H. M., Wiechers, I. R., Ignacio, R. V., Bohnert, A. S., & Blow, F. C. (2021). Benzodiazepine Use among Medicare, Commercially Insured, and Veteran Older Adults, 2013–2017. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 69(1), 98-105.

 

McAfee, J., Boehnke, K. F., Moser, S. M., Brummett, C. M., Waljee, J. F., & Bonar, E. E. (2021). Perioperative cannabis use: a longitudinal study of associated clinical characteristics and surgical outcomes. Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine, 46(2), 137-144.

 

Mehus, C. J., Lyden, G. R., Bonar, E. E., Gunlicks-Stoessel, M., Morrell, N., Parks, M. J., ... & Patrick, M. E. (2021). Association between COVID-19-related loneliness or worry and symptoms of anxiety and depression among first-year college students. Journal of American College Health, 1-6.

 

Mellinger, J. L., Shedden, K., Winder, G. S., Fernandez, A. C., Lee, B. P., Waljee, J., ... & Lok, A. S. (2021). Bariatric surgery and the risk of alcohol‐related cirrhosis and alcohol misuse. Liver International

 

Patrick, M. E., Lyden, G. R., Morrell, N., Mehus, C. J., Gunlicks-Stoessel, M., Lee, C. M., ... & Vock, D. M. (2021). Main outcomes of M-bridge: A sequential multiple assignment randomized trial (SMART) for developing an adaptive preventive intervention for college drinking. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 89(7), 601.

 

Patrick, M. E., Terry-McElrath, Y. M., & Bonar, E. E. (2021). Patterns and predictors of high-intensity drinking and implications for intervention. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/adb0000758

 

Philyaw-Kotov, M. L., Walton, M. A., Brenneman, B., Gleckman-Krut, M., Davis, A. K., & Bonar, E. E. (2021). What undergraduates want in campus sexual assault prevention programming: Findings from a formative research study. Journal of American college health, 1-8.

 

Sexton, M. B., Dawson, S., Spencer, R. J., Phillips, D., Reckow, J. M., Conroy, D. A., J.J. Winters, E.E. Bonar ... & Chermack, S. T. (2021). Relationships between insomnia and alcohol and cocaine use frequency with aggression among veterans engaged in substance use treatment. Sleep Medicine, 83, 182-187.

 

Sripada, C., & Weigard, A. (2021). Impaired Evidence Accumulation as a Transdiagnostic Vulnerability Factor in Psychopathology. Frontiers in psychiatry, 12, 627179.

 

 

Stephenson, R., Todd, K., Gamarel, K. E., Bonar, E. E., & Peitzmeier, S. (2021). Addendum to: development and validation of a scale to measure intimate partner violence among transgender and gender diverse populations: protocol for a linear three-phase study (Project Empower). JMIR research protocols, 10(5), e28614.

 

Suzuki, T., Comtois, K. A., Dickens, H., & Bagge, C. L. (2021). Motivations for Suicide Attempts amongst Psychiatric Inpatients: Associations with Risk Factors and Recent Suicide Attempt Characteristics. Psychiatry research, 295, 113574.

 

Tang, R., Santosa, K. B., Vu, J. V., Lin, L. A., Lai, Y. L., Englesbe, M. J., ... & Waljee, J. F. (2021). Preoperative opioid use and readmissions following surgery. Annals of surgery. E-Pub Ahead of Print.

 

Weigard, A., & Sripada, C. (2021). Task-general efficiency of evidence accumulation as a computationally-defined neurocognitive trait: Implications for clinical neuroscience. Biological Psychiatry Global Open Science. 

 

Weigard, A., Wilson, S. J., Shapiro, Z., Galloway-Long, H., & Huang-Pollock, C. (2021). Neural correlates of working memory’s suppression of aversive olfactory distraction effects. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 1-15.

 

Wilson, T. D., Barry, K. L., Maust, D. T., & Blow, F. C. (2021). Association between relationship quality and concurrent alcohol use and sedative-tranquilizer misuse in middle and later life. Aging & mental health, 25(6), 1110-1114.

 

Weigard, A. S., Brislin, S. J., Cope, L. M., Hardee, J. E., Martz, M. E., Ly, A., ... & Heitzeg, M. M. (2021). Evidence accumulation and associated error-related brain activity as computationally informed prospective predictors of substance use in emerging adulthood. Psychopharmacology, 1-16.

2020 Addiction Center Faculty Publications

Arterberry, B. J., Goldstick, J. E., Walton, M. A., Cunningham, R. M., Blow, F. C., & Bonar, E. E. (2020). Alcohol and cannabis motives: differences in daily motive endorsement on alcohol, cannabis, and alcohol/cannabis co-use days in a cannabis-using sampleAddiction Research & Theory, 1-6
 
Athey, A. J., Beale, E. E., Overholser, J. C., Stockmeier, C. A., & Bagge, C. L. (2020). Acute stressors and clinical characteristics differentiate death by suicide, accident, or natural causes among illicit and prescription opiate users. Drug and alcohol dependence208, 107847.
 
Bergmans, R. S., Jannausch, M., & Ilgen, M. A. (2020). Prevalence of suicide ideation, planning and attempts among Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program participants in the United StatesJournal of affective disorders277, 99-103.
 
Bernat, E. M., Ellis, J. S., Bachman, M. D., & Hicks, B. M. (2020). P3 amplitude reductions are associated with shared variance between internalizing and externalizing psychopathologyPsychophysiology, e13618.
 
Bonar, E. E., Coughlin, L., Roche, J. S., Philyaw-Kotov, M. L., Bixler, E. A., Sinelnikov, S., ... & Walton, M. A. (2020). Prescription opioid misuse among adolescents and emerging adults in the United States: A scoping reviewPreventive Medicine132, 105972.
 
Bonar, E. E., DeGue, S., Abbey, A., Coker, A. L., Lindquist, C. H., McCauley, H. L., ... & Cunningham, R. M. (2020). Prevention of sexual violence among college students: Current challenges and future directionsJournal of American college health, 1-14.
 
Bonar, E. E., Schneeberger, D. M., Bourque, C., Bauermeister, J. A., Young, S. D., Blow, F. C., ... & Walton, M. A. (2020). Social media interventions for risky drinking among adolescents and emerging adults: protocol for a randomized controlled trial. JMIR research protocols9(5), e16688.
 
Bornheimer, L. A., Wang, K., Zhang, A., Li, J., Trim, E. E., Ilgen, M., & King, C. A. (2020). National trends in non-fatal suicidal behaviors among adults in the USA from 2009 to 2017Psychological medicine, 1-9.
 
Brislin, S. J., Hardee, J. E., Martz, M. E., Cope, L. M., Weigard, A., Zucker, R. A., & Heitzeg, M. M. (2020). Alcohol expectancies mediate the association between the neural response to emotional words and alcohol consumptionDrug and Alcohol Dependence209, 107882.
 
Buu, A., Yang, S., Li, R., Zimmerman, M. A., Cunningham, R. M., & Walton, M. A. (2020). Examining measurement reactivity in daily diary data on substance use: Results from a randomized experiment. Addictive behaviors102, 106198.
 
Carter, P. M., Cranford, J. A., Buu, A., Walton, M. A., Zimmerman, M. A., Goldstick, J., ... & Cunningham, R. M. (2020). Daily patterns of substance use and violence among a high-risk urban emerging adult sample: Results from the Flint Youth Injury StudyAddictive behaviors101, 106127.
 
Carter, P. M., Mouch, C. A., Goldstick, J. E., Walton, M. A., Zimmerman, M. A., Resnicow, K., & Cunningham, R. M. (2020). Rates and correlates of risky firearm behaviors among adolescents and young adults treated in an urban emergency departmentPreventive medicine130, 105891.
 
Carter, P., Walton, M., Myers, M., Resnicow, K., Zimmerman, M., Goldstick, J., & Cunningham, R. (2020). 106 Daily firearm carriage and interpersonal violence patterns among a high-risk urban emergency department (ED) sample of youth and young adults.
 
Clark, D. A., Donnellan, M. B., Durbin, C. E., Nuttall, A. K., Hicks, B. M., & Robins, R. W. (2020). Sex, drugs, and early emerging risk: Examining the association between sexual debut and substance use across adolescencePLoS one15(2), e0228432.
 
Clark, D. A., Durbin, C. E., Heitzeg, M. M., Iacono, W. G., McGue, M., & Hicks, B. M. (2020). Adolescent Sexual Development and Peer Groups: Reciprocal Associations and Shared Genetic and Environmental InfluencesArchives of sexual behavior, 1-20.
 
Clark, D. A., Durbin, C. E., Heitzeg, M. M., Iacono, W. G., McGue, M., & Hicks, B. M. (2020). Sexual development in adolescence: An examination of genetic and environmental influencesJournal of Research on Adolescence30(2), 502-520.
 
Cooper, S. A., Szymanski, B. R., Bohnert, K. M., Sripada, R. K., & McCarthy, J. F. (2020). Association Between Positive Results on the Primary Care–Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Screen and Suicide Mortality Among US Veterans. JAMA network open, 3(9), e2015707-e2015707.
 
Cope, L. M., Hardee, J. E., Martz, M. E., Zucker, R. A., Nichols, T. E., & Heitzeg, M. M. (2020). Developmental maturation of inhibitory control circuitry in a high-risk sample: A longitudinal fMRI studyDevelopmental Cognitive Neuroscience, 100781.
 
Coughlin, L. N., Pfeiffer, P., Ganoczy, D. Lin, L.A. (2020). Quality of Outpatient Depression Treatment in Patients With Comorbid Substance Use Disorder. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 20 Oct 2020.
 
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