Speakers on Alcohol & Drinking Issues

Need a speaker to talk about an alcohol or drinking issue such as underage drinking, "binge" drinking, alcohol and health, alcohol education, college student drinking, social norms marketing, alcohol and partner violence, brief intervention techniques, harm reduction, the nature of addiction, drinking around the world, alcohol policies, or any other alcohol issue? The following speakers all enjoy international reputations for their research and expertise in the field of alcohol and drinking. Please contact the individual(s) directly to discuss possible speaking engagements.

 

Ruth Engs, R.N., Ed.D.

Professor of Applied Health Science
Suite 101
Showers Building
501 N. Morton Street
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47404
[email protected]

Dr. Engs has conducted nation-wide research and published extensively on college student drinking patterns and problems, alcohol and women, and temperance movements in history. Visit her website at www.indiana.edu/~engs/.

 

David J. Hanson, Ph.D.

Professor Emeritus of Sociology
State University of New York
Potsdam, NY and
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
[email protected]

Dr. Hanson has conducted nation-wide research on drinking patterns and problems of young people, published on a diversity of alcohol issues, appeared on many national TV and radio programs, and is the host of this website.

 

Dwight B. Heath, Ph.D.

Research Professor of Anthropology
Department of anthropology
Brown University
Box 1921
Providence, RI 02912
(401) 863-3251
[email protected] Attn: Dr. Dwight Heath

Dr. Heath, the world's leading anthropologist on the subject of alcohol and drinking, has published widely on the subject of drinking patterns around the world and their relationship to culture. He consults with a number of scientific organizations on the subject of alcohol.

 

Jason Kilmer, Ph.D.

Evergreen State College
Olympia, Washington 98505
[email protected]

Dr. Jason Kilmer is an alcohol researcher and outstanding speaker on the subjects of brief intervention techniques, harm reduction, and the psychology of drinking and alcohol abuse.

 

Jeffrey Linkenbach, Ed.D.

Director
Most of Us Project
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT 59717-0520
(406) 994-7285

Dr. Linkenbach is pioneering in the application of the social norms approach to reducing alcohol abuse at a state-wide level and also in applying the approach to increasing pro-active health and safety promotion and intervention.

Visit his website at www.mostofus.org.

 

K. Daniel O'Leary, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor of Psychology
Psychology B-411
State University of New York
Stony Brook, NY
[email protected]
www.psychology.sunysb.edu/
psychology/personnel/Oleary.html

Dr. O'Leary conducts cutting-edge research on alcohol as a factor in partner (spouse, date, etc.) abuse and violence, both emotional and physical in nature.

 

Stanton Peele, J.D., Ph.D.

Psychologist
[email protected]

Dr. Peele has developed new and very innovative ways of looking at addictions and their treatment. He has written widely on the inadequacies of traditional approaches to drinking problems, especially 12-step programs.

 

H. Wesley Perkins, Ph.D.

Professor of Sociology
Department of Anthropology and Sociology
Hobart & William Smith Colleges
Geneva, NY 14456
(315) 781-3456
[email protected]

Dr. Perkins, the "father of social norms marketing," continues to develop and test new techniques to implement the approach, and speaks widely on the subject. Visit his website at http://academic.hws.edu/alcohol

 

Eric Rimm, Sc.D.

Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Nutrition
Harvard School of Public Health and
Channing Laboratory at the Harvard Medical School
Department of Epidemiology
Room 333a
Building II
655 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
[email protected]
www.hsph.harvard.edu/faculty/EricRimm.html and www.hsph.harvard.edu/hpfs

Dr. Rimm has published over 200 important scientific papers on nutrition, lifestyle, and health, including many on the subject of alcohol and health. His expertise on these subjects is widely solicited.

 

Here's a very brief sample of writings by these speakers

Engs, R.C. "Committee of Fifty," "Fisher, Irving," "Reformed Men's Clubs," "Scientific Temperance Federation," "Stoddard, Cora Frances." In: Blocker, Jack. Alcohol & Temperance Encyclopedia, ABC- Clio,2004.

Engs, Ruth C. The Progressive Era's Health Reform Movement: A Historical Dictionary. Greenwood Publishing Group: Westport Ct, 2003.

Engs, Ruth C. Drinking Practices and Patterns among Collegians. SPSS Newsletter, 33 (3), 2002

To see more of Dr. Engs' writings, visit the References section.

Hanson, David J. Underage Drinking. In: Hybels, Saundra, and Weaver, Richard L (Eds.) Communicating Effectively. NY: McGraw-Hill, seventh edition, 2004.

Hanson, David J. The legal drinking age: Science vs. ideology. In: Balkin, Karen (Ed.) Alcohol: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2004.

Hanson, David J. Alcohol Education: What Works. Presentation at the American Campus and Alcohol Regional Conference, Mystic, CT (November, 2003).

To see more of Dr. Hanson's writings, visit the References section.

Heath, Dwight B. Not all Underage Drinking is Harmful. In: Torr, James D. (Ed.) Teens and Alcohol. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 2002.

Heath, Dwight B. American Attitudes toward Alcohol Lead to Underage Drinking. In: Egendorf, Laura K. (Ed.) Teen Alcoholism. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 2001.

Heath, Dwight B. Culture and Substance Abuse. In: Mezzech, Juan E. and Fabrega, Horacio (Eds.) Cultural Psychiatry: International Perspectives. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders, 2001.

To see more of Dr. Heath's writings, visit the References section.

Kilmer, Jason R. (with Larimer, M.E.). Practical Issues and Challenges in Implementing Efficacious Drug Prevention and Intervention Efforts on College Campuses. Presentation made at National Institute on Drug Abuse meeting, "Still at Risk for Drug Abuse: New Directions for Prevention Research Among Young Adults," Bethesda, MD, 2004 (January)

Kilmer, Jason R. Brief Interventions with College Student Drinkers. Presentation made at the American Campus and Alcohol Regional Conference, Mystic, CT, 2003 (November).

Kilmer, Jason R. Brief Interventions with College Student Drinkers: Reducing Alcohol-Related Harm. Presentation made to Arizona Institutes of Higher Education Network Spring Training participants, Tempe, AZ, 2003 (April).

To see more of Dr. Kilmer's writings, visit the References section.

Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with Astroth, K.A.) Risky Business: A Research of Risk-Inherent Recreational Activities, Potential Prevention Strategies and Possible Applications to Reducing ATV Injuries and Fatalities. (in press) A publication of the National 4-H Foundation.

Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with others). Engaging men as social justice allies in ending violence against women: Evidence for a social norms approach. Journal of American College Health. (forthcoming)

Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Changing High-Risk Behaviors Using Social Norms Strategies. A workshop presentation at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) National Leadership Forum XIV. Washington, D.C. (January 2004).

To see more of Dr. Linkenbach's writings, visit the References section.

O'Leary, K. Daniel (with others). The impact of severe negative events in marriage on depression. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. (in press)

O'Leary, K. Daniel (with Schumacher, Julie A.) The association between alcohol use and

intimate partner violence: Linear effect, threshold effect, or both? Addictive Behaviors, 2003, 28, 1575-1585.

O'Leary, K. D. & Cano, A. M. (in press). Marital Discord and Partner Abuse: Correlates and Causes of Depression. In Beach, S. R. H. (Ed)., Marital and Family Processes in Depression. American Psychological Association, 2001.

For more of Dr. O'Leary's writings, visit the References section.

Peele, Stanton. Moral entrepreneurs and truth. Smart Recovery News & Views, 2002 (Spring), 8-9.

Peele, Stanton. Hungry for the next fix: Behind the relentless, misguided search for a medical cure for addiction. Reason, 2002 (May), pp. 32-36.

Peele, Stanton. American Heart Association advisory "Wine and Your Heart" is not science-based. Circulation, 2001, 104, e73,

For more of Dr. Peele's writings, visit the References section.

Perkins, H. Wesley (Editor). The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.

Perkins, H. Wesley. 2003. The Emergence and Evolution of the Social Norms Approach to Substance Abuse. In H. W. Perkins (ed.), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.

Perkins, H. Wesley. The Promise and Challenge of Future Work on the Social Norms Model. In H. W. Perkins (ed.), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.

To see more of Dr. Perkins' writings, visit the References section.

Rimm, Eric B. (with others) Alcohol consumption in relation to risk of cholecystectomy in women. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2003, 78(2), 339-348.

Rimm, Eric B. (with others) A cross-sectional study of alcohol consumption patterns and biological markers of glycemic control among 459 women. Diabetes Care, 2003, 26(7), 1971-1979.

Rimm, Eric B. Alcoholic drinking patterns and risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus among younger women. Archives of Internal Medicine, 2003, 163(11), 1329-1337.

To see more of Dr. Rimm's writings, visit the References section.

References

Please note that this is a very selective list of publications, arranged alphabetically by author, extending back only to 1990.

Engs, Ruth C.
  • Engs, Ruth C. Clean Living Movements: American Cycles of Health Reform. Praeger: Westport Ct, 2000, 2001. (Reprinted in paperback)
  • Engs, Ruth C. Alcohol use and abuse among youth. In: Encyclopedia of Criminology and Behavior. Taylor and Francis: New York and London, 2001.
  • Engs, Ruth C. (with Mullen, K. The effect of religion and religiosity on drug use among a selected sample of post secondary students in Scotland. Addiction Research, 1999, 7(2), 149-170.
  • Engs, Ruth C, Cycles of social reform: Is the current anti-alcohol movement cresting?" Journal Studies on alcohol. , 1997, 58(2), 223-224.
  • Engs, Ruth C. (with Teijlinger, E.) Correlates of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana use among Scottish post-secondary helping profession students." Journal Studies on Alcohol, 1997, 58(4), 435-4447
  • Engs, Ruth C. "Women, alcohol, and health: A drink a day keeps the heart attack away" Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 1996, 9, 217-220.
  • Engs, Ruth C. Family Background of Alcohol Abuse: An Unexpected Finding. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1990, 51(6), 542-547.
  • Engs, Ruth C. (Ed.) Controversies in the Addictions Field. Kendal-Hunt: Dubuque, Iowa, 1990
  • Engs, Ruth C. (with Hanson, David J.) Gender differences in drinking patterns and problems among college students. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 1990, 35(2), 1990.
  • Engs, Ruth C. (with Hanson, David J. and Gliksman, Louis) Influences of Religion and Culture on Drinking Behaviors. British Journal of Addictions, 1990, 85, 1475-1482.
Hanson, David J.
  • Hanson, David J. The extent of underage drinking is exaggerated. In: Torr, James D. (Ed.) Teens and Alcohol: Current Controversies. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2002.
  • Hanson, David J. College Students, Alcohol and Rape (with others). In: O'Biereck, Gary M and O'Biereck, Sheila, A. (Eds.) Human Portraits and Behavioral Inquiries. Toronto, Ontario: Canadian Scholars' Press, 2002.
  • Hanson, David J. Alcohol, law and policy. In: Torr, James D. (Ed.) Underage Drinking. In: Torr, James D. (Ed.) Teens and Alcohol: Current Controversies. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 2002.
  • Hanson, David J. Formal Education (the role of formal education in learning about alcohol and drinking). In Grant, Marcus (Ed.) Learning to Drink. NY: International Council on Alcohol Policies, 2001.
  • Hanson, David J. Thinking and Drinking: Alcohol Expectancies and Consequences. Invited paper presented at the Gode Alkoholdninger meetings, Copenhagen, Denmark (April, 2001).
  • Hanson, David J. Advertising doesn't encourage teen alcohol abuse. In: Engendorf, Laura K. (Ed.) Teen Alcoholism. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2001.
  • Hanson, David J. Alcohol Use and Youth Education. The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Routledge, 2001.
  • Hanson, David J, Formal Education. In: Houghton, Eleni, and Roche, Anne M. (Eds.) Learning About Drinking. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2001.
  • Hanson, David J. Interview of Roderic B. Park, "Learner Permits" for Underage Drinkers. In: Egendorf, Laura, K. (Ed.) Teen Alcoholism. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2001.
  • Hanson, David J. (with others). The misguided prohibition that governs U.S. colleges.
  • The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2001 (August 10), 47(48), p. B14.
  • Hanson, David J. The Extent of Underage Drinking is Exaggerated. In: Torr, James D. (Ed.) Alcoholism. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2000
  • Hanson, David J. Health: Alcohol Use and Abuse. In: Smith, Shelley Wilkerson (Ed.). Stand! Drugs and Society: Contending Ideas and Opinions. NY: Houghton-Mifflin, 2000.
  • Hanson, David J. Binge Drinking. In: Torr, James D. (Ed.) Alcoholism: Current Controversies. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven Press, 2000.
  • Hanson, David J. Health: Alcohol use and abuse. In: Smith, Shelley Wilkerson (Ed.) Stand! Drugs and Society: Contending Ideas and Opinions. Belleview, WA: Coursewise, 2000.
  • Hanson, David J. Historical Overview of Alcohol Abuse. In Ammerman, Robert T., Ott, Peggy J., and Tarter, Ralph E. (Eds.) Prevention and Societal Impact of Drug and Alcohol Abuse. Mahwah, NJ and London, England: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, 1999.
  • Hanson, David J. Alcohol and Health. In Smith, Shelly Wilkerson (Ed.) Stand! Drugs and Society. St. Paul, MN: Coursewise Publishing, 1999.
  • Hanson, David J. Drug Prevention Education. Encyclopedia of Education and Encyclopedia of Higher Education. Oxford, England: Elsevier Science, 1998. CD-ROM
  • Hanson, David J. (with others). College students' drinking problems: a national study, 1982-1991. Psychological Reports, August, 1992.
  • Hanson, David J. Drug Education Programs. The International Encyclopedia of Curriculum. New York: Pergamon Press, second edition, 1991.
  • Hanson, David J. (with Engs, Ruth C.) Black College Students' Drinking Patterns. In: Forster, Brenda, and Salloway, Jeff (Eds.) The Socio-Cultural Matrix of Alcohol and Drug Abuse. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1990.
Heath, Dwight B.
  • Heath, Dwight B. (with others). The misguided prohibition that governs U.S. colleges. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2001 (August 10), 47(48), p. B14
  • Heath, Dwight B. Drinking Occasions: Comparative Perspectives on Alcohol and Culture. Philadelphia, PA: Taylor and Francis, 2000.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Drinking and Pleasure across Cultures. In: Stanton Peele and Marcus Grant (Eds.) Alcohol and Pleasure" A Health Perspective. Philadelphia: Brunner/Mazel, 1999, pp. 61-72.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Raising Alcohol Taxes would not Reduce Alcohol-Related Problems. In: Barbour, Scott (Ed.) Alcohol: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Beverage Alcohol in Developing Regions: An Anthropological and Epidemiological Perspective on Public Health Issues. In: Grant, Marcus (Ed.) Alcohol and Emerging Markets: Patterns, Problems, and Responses. Philadelphia, PA: Brunner/Mazel, 1998.
  • Heath, Dwight B. The War on Drugs as a Metaphor in American Culture. In: Schaler, Jeffrey A. (Ed.) Drugs: Should We Legalize, Decriminalize, or Deregulate? Amherst, NY: Prometheus, 1998.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Prohibition is a Losing Strategy in the War on Drugs. In: Thompson, Stephen P. (Ed.) The War on Drugs: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1998.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Alcohol can be Beneficial. In: Wekesser, Carol (Ed.) Chemical Dependency: Opposing Viewpoints. San Diego, CA: Greenhaven, 1997.
  • Heath, Dwight B. (Ed.) International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995.
  • Heath, Dwight B. An Introduction to Alcohol and Culture in International Perspective. In: Heath, Dwight B. (Ed.) International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995, pp. 1-6.
  • Heath, Dwight B. An Anthropological View of Alcohol and Culture in International Perspective. In: Heath, Dwight B. (Ed.) International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995, pp. 328-347.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Some Generalizations about Alcohol and Culture. In: Heath, Dwight B. (Ed.) International Handbook on Alcohol and Culture. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Agricultural changes and drinking among the Bolivian Camba. Human Organization, 1994, 53(4), 357-361.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Prohibition or Liberalization of Alcohol and Drugs? In: Mark Galanter (Ed.) Recent Developments in Alcoholism, Vol 10. NY: Plenum, 1992, pp. 129-145.
  • Heath, Dwight B. The Mutual Relevance of Anthropological and Sociological Perspectives in Alcohol Studies. In: Paul M. Roman (Ed.) Alcohol: the Development of Sociological Perspectives on Use and Abuse. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Center of Alcohol Studies, 1991, pp. 135-143.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Alcohol Studies and Anthropology. In: D.J. Pittman and H.R. White (Eds.) Society, Culture and Drinking Patterns Reexamined. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Center for Alcohol Studies, 1991, pp. 87-108.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Anthropological and Sociological Perspectives on Alcohol as a Reinforcer. In: Cox, W. Miles (Ed.) Why People Drink: Parameters of Alcohol as a Reinforcer. NY: Gardner Press, 1990.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Alcohol Studies and Anthropology. In: Pittman, David J. and White, Helene R. (Eds.) Society, Culture and Drinking Patterns Reexamined. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers Center for Alcohol Studies, 1991, pp. 87-108.
  • Heath, Dwight B. Anthropological and Sociological Perspectives on Alcohol as a Reinforcer. In: Cox, W. Miles (Ed.) Why People Drink: Parameters of Alcohol as a Reinforcer. NY: Gardner Press, 1990.
Kilmer, Jason, R.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. When alcohol isn't the issue: Other drugs of abuse and the college student. Keynote address delivered at the 3

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  • annual Oregon Campus and Community Coalition on Alcohol Issues Conference, Corvallis, OR, 2003 (February).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with Cronce, J.M.) Do your data do you justice? Evaluating social norms interventions. The Report on Social Norms, 2003, 2 (7), 1, 8.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. FAQ: Drinking (pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 2003.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. FAQ: Drugs (pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 2003.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with others). Evaluating a brief alcohol intervention with fraternities. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, Special Issue, 2001,62 (3), 370-380.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Brief interventions with college student drinkers: Reducing harm through skills training. Symposium chaired at the 34

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  • annual Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy convention, New Orleans, LA, 2001 (November).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with others). Alcohol skills training for college students. In P.M. Monti, S.M. Colby, & T.A. O'Leary (Eds.) Adolescents, Alcohol and Substance Abuse: Reaching Teens Through Brief Intervention (pp.183-215). New York: Guilford Press, 2001.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Motivational interviewing techniques. Workshop provided at the Professional Development Institute: Perspectives and Directions for Serving Youth meeting, Olympia, WA, 2001 (June).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with Larimer, M.E.). Natural history. In G. Zernig, A. Savia, M. Kurz, & S. O'Malley (Eds.), Handbook of Alcoholism (pp. 13-28). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press, 2000.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Brief interventions aiming to reduce the harm associated with college student drinking. In D. Hanson (Chair), Best practice panel. Alcohol education: What works. Symposium conducted at The American Campus and Alcohol conference, Washington, D.C., 2000 (October).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Drinking Facts (pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 2000.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with others). Liability management or risk management? Evaluation of a Greek system alcohol policy. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 1999, 13 (4), 269-278.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Drinking: What's Normal, What's Not (pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1999.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with Marlatt, G.A). Consumer choice: Implications of behavioral economics for drug use and treatment. Behavior Therapy, 1998, 29, 567-576.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Reducing alcohol abuse on college campuses: A successful intervention. Presentation made at the Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America's Ninth Annual Leadership Forum, Washington, DC. 1998 (November).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Interventions with college student drinkers: Reducing alcohol-related harm. Symposium chaired at the 32

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  • annual Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy convention, Washington, DC., 1998 (November).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with others). Harm reduction strategies for substance use and abuse. In G.A. Marlatt. G. Alan (Ed.), Harm Reduction: Pragmatic Strategies for Managing High-Risk Behaviors (pp. 145-217). New York: Guilford Press, 1998.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with others). Screening for alcoholism among persons with recent TBI. Rehabilitation Psychology, 1997, 42, 259-271.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Motivational interviewing: Strategies for enhancing motivation to change. In-service training presented at the Substance Abuse Treatment Program, Department of Veteran's Affairs, Veteran's Administration Medical Center, Newington, CT, 1997 (April).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Binge Drinking (pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1997.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Readiness to change alcohol use after traumatic brain injury. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 1997, 78, 592-596.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. (with Marlatt, G. Alan.). College drinking and the Greek system: Examining the role of perceived norms for high-risk behavior. Journal of College Student Development, 1997, 38, 587-598.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Getting What You Want From Drinking (pamphlet). Santa Cruz, CA: ETR Associates, 1996.
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Readiness to change alcohol use after traumatic brain injury: Implications for intervention. In-service training presented at the Alcohol and Drug
  • Abuse Treatment Center, University of Connecticut School of Medicine, John Dempsey Hospital, Farmington, CT., 1996 (September).
  • Kilmer, Jason R. Extension of a motivational frame for educational programming with university residents. Paper presented in the Lifestyle '94 Symposium, Sixth International Conference on Treatment of Addictive Behaviors, Santa Fe, NM., 1993 (January).
Linkenbach, Jeffrey W.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. MOST OF US: Key Findings from Statewide Montana Social Norms Projects for Preventing Impaired Driving and Increasing Seatbelt Use. A presentation to staff and participants at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Washington, D.C. (November 2003).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Applying Social Norms Theory in Various Settings. A Keynote presentation and series of interactive workshop presentations at the U.S. Department of Education/ Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools Technical Assistance Grantees Meeting. Washington, D.C. (November 2003).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with Cornish, J. Using social norms to reduce impaired driving. The Peer Educator, 2003, 26(3), 8. (The BACCHUS & GAMMA Peer Education Network)
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with others). Developing theoretical and environmental policy for underage drinking. American Journal of Health Behavior. 2003, 27(5), 508-523.
  • Linkenbach Jeffrey W (with Perkins H.W.) Most Of Us Are Tobacco-Free: An Eight Month Social Norms Campaign Reducing Youth Initiation Of Smoking In Montana." In: Perkins, H. Wesley (Ed), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with others). Parents' Perceptions of Parenting Norms: Using the Social Norms Approach to Reinforce Effective Parenting. In: Perkins, H. Wesley (Ed), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (Perkins H.Wwsley) Most Of Us Are Tobacco-Free: An Eight Month Social Norms Campaign Reducing Youth Initiation Of Smoking In Montana." In: Perkins, H. Wesley (Ed). The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with Perkins, H. Wesley). Misperceptions of Peer Alcohol Norms in a Statewide Survey of Young Adults. In: Perkins, H. Wesley (Ed.), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with Perkins, H. Wesley). Most of Us Are Tobacco Free: An Eight-Month Social Norms Campaign Reducing Youth Initiation of Smoking in Montana. In: Perkins, H. Wesley (Ed.), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with Perkins, H. Wesley and DeJong, William). Parents' Perceptions of Parenting Norms: Using the Social Norms Approach to Reinforce Effective Parenting. In: Perkins, H. Wesley (Ed.), The Social Norms Approach to Preventing School and College Age Substance Abuse: A Handbook for Educators, Counselors, and Clinicians, San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2003.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. MOST OF US Are Meth-Free. A Keynote lunch address with Montana's Attorney General at the Big Sky Illicit Drug Conference. Billings, MT. (September 2003).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. MOST OF US Wear Seatbelts. A presentation at the National Conference on the Social Norms Model. Boston, MA (July 2003).
  • Linkenbach Jeffrey .W. (with Perkins, H.W.). Montana Adult Seatbelt Norms Survey. Bozeman, MT: Montana State University, Montana Social Norms Project, 2002.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Marketing highlight: Drinking and driving. In Kotler, P., Roberto, N., & Lee, N (Eds.), Social Marketing. Teller Oaks, CA: Sage Publication, Inc., 2002
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Most OF Us Are Tobacco-Free: Reducing 1

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  • Time Tobacco Use in Teenagers in a Multi-County Setting. A presentation at the National Conference on the Social Norms Approach to Prevention. Philadelphia, PA (July 2002).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Estimated blood alcohol levels reached by "binge" and "non-binge" drinkers: A survey of young adults in Montana. Psychology of Addictions, 2001, 15, 317-320.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Everything You Need to Know About the Social Norms Approach. A presentation to the BACCHUS-Canada 15

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  • Annual National Conference. Toronto, Ontario (May 2001).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. (with others). Estimated Blood Alcohol Levels Reached by 'Binge' and 'Non-Binge' Drinkers: A Survey of Young Adults in Montana. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 2001, 15(4), 317-320.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. What is the Social Norms Model? and An Overview of Social Norms Research. Presentation and training at the BACCHUS-Canada National Conference. Banff, Alberta Canada (April 2000).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Applying the Social Norms Approach to Prevention in Community Settings. An all day community coalition training. Quincy, MA (April 2000).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Application of social norms marketing to a variety of health issues. Wellness Management, 1999,15(3).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Imaginary Peers and the Reign of Error: Binge Drinking Prevention Through Social Norms. The Prevention Connection: A Publication of the Montana Prevention Resource Center and the Addictive and Mental Disorders Division of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, 1999, 3 (3), 1-5.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W (with DeJong, W.) Telling it like it is: Using social norms marketing campaigns to reduce student drinking. American Association for Higher Education Bulletin, 1999, 52(4), 13-16.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Injury Prevention Through Social Norms Marketing. A keynote presentation at the Rocky Mountain Rural Trauma Symposium. Bozeman, MT (September 1999).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Building a Bridge: Applying the Social Norms Model to Sexual Health. The BACCHUS & GAMMA Sexual Responsibility Manual. 1999.
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Beyond Health Terrorism: The Social Norms Approach to Community Health." A keynote presentation and 2 hour workshop on state-wide implementation of the social norms approach to prevention. The Alaska Council on Prevention. Anchorage, AK (November 1998).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Beyond Health Terrorism: The Social Norms Approach for State-wide Tobacco Prevention. Presentation to Tobacco-Free Montana. Helena, MT (October, 1998).
  • Linkenbach, Jeffrey W. Behind the Big Sky Bar: The Montana Alcohol Servers' Study [dissertation # D378.L646]. Bozeman: Montana State University, 1995.
O'Leary K. Daniel
  • O'Leary, K. Daniel (with others). The impact of severe negative events in marriage on depression. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (in press).
  • O'Leary, K. Daniel (with others). The impact of severe negative events in marriage on depression. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (in press).
  • O'Leary, K. Daniel. Developmental and affective issues in assessing and treating partner abuse. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 1999, 6, 400-414.
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Perkins, H. Wesley
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  • Perkins, H. Wesley. Scope of the problem: Misperceptions of alcohol and drugs. Prevention through correcting misperceptions of alcohol and other drug norms: Notes on the state of the field. Catalyst, 1995, 1(3), 1-2.
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  • Perkins, H. Wesley. Confronting Misperceptions of Peer Drug Use Norms Among College Students: An Alternative Approach for Alcohol and Other Drug Education Programs. Pp. 469-490. In: Grow, Lavona M. (Ed.), FIPSE Drug Prevention Programs in Higher Education Training Institute Manual (5th edition), Fund for the Improvement of Post Secondary Education, U.S. Department of Education, 1995.
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Rimm, Eric B.
  • Rimm, Eric B. (with others) Roles of drinking pattern and type of alcohol consumed in coronary heart disease in men. The New England Journal of Medicine, 2003, 348(2), 109-119.
  • Rimm, Eric B. (with others) Joint association of alcohol and folate intake with risk of major chronic disease in women. American Journal of Epidemiology, 2003, 158(8), 760-172.
  • Rimm, Eric B. (with others) Prospective study of the association of changes in dietary intake, physical activity, alcohol consumption, and smoking with 9-y gain in waist circumference among 16 587 US men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2003, 78 (4), 719-728.
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  • Rimm, Eric B. (with others) A prospective study of drinking patterns in relation to risk of type 2 diabetes among men. Diabetes, 2001, 50(10), 2390-2396.
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  • Rimm, Eric B. Moderate Alcohol Intake and Lower Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: Meta-analysis of Effects on Lipids and Haemostatic Factors. JAMA, The Journal of the American Medical Association, 2000, 283(10), 1269.
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  • Rimm, Eric B. (with others) Review of moderate alcohol consumption and reduced risk of coronary heart disease: Is the effect due to beer, wine, or spirits? British Medical Journal, 1996, 312(7033), 731-736.
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  • Rimm, Eric B. (with Ellison, R. Curtis) Alcohol in the Mediterranean diet.American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1995, 61(6), 1378S-1382S.
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  • Rimm, Eric B. (with others) Alcohol intake in relation to diet and obesity in women and men. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1991, 54(1), 49-56.
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