Selected Publications

Operation: SAFETY project faculty, Gregory G. Homish, Lynn T. Kozlowski, Kenneth E. Leonard and John Violanti, are published regularly in peer-reviewed publications.

Below is a list of selected publications. Numbers in parentheses indicate a trainee under Homish’s mentorship: (1) Postdoctoral fellow/medical resident; (2) PhD student; (3) MPH student.

  • Hoopsick RA (2), Homish DL, Collins RL, Nochajski TH, Read JP, Homish GG. (in press). Is deployment status the critical determinant of psychosocial problems among Reserve/Guard soldiers? Psychological Services.
  • Hoopsick, RA (2), Benson, KR (3), Homish, DL, Homish GG. (in press). Resiliency factors that protect against post-deployment drug use among male US Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers. Drug Alcohol Depend.
  • Anderson Goodell, E. M.(2), Homish, D. L., & Homish, G.G. (In Press). Characteristics of U.S. Army Reserve and National Guard couples who use family readiness programs. Military Behavioral Health.
  • Hoopsick RA(2), Homish DL, Bartone PT, Homish GG. (2018). Developing a measure to assess emotions associated with never being deployed. Military Medicine.
  • Hoopsick RA(2), Vest BM, Homish DL, Homish GG. (2018). Combat exposure, emotional and physical role limitations, and substance use among male United States Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers. Quality of Life Research, 27(1): 137-147.
  • Hoopsick RA (2), Fillo J (1), Vest BM, Homish DL, & Homish GG. (2017). Substance use and dependence among current reserve and former military members: Cross-sectional findings from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 2010-2014. Journal of Addictive Diseases. 36(4):243-251.
  • Vest BM, Heavey SC(2), Homish DL & Homish GG. (2017). Marital Satisfaction, Family Support, and Pre-Deployment Resiliency Factors Related to Mental Health Outcomes for Reserve and National Guard Soldiers, Military Behavioral Health, 5:4, 313-323, DOI: 10.1080/21635781.2017.1343694  PMCID: PMC6261477
  • Smith, P.H. (1), Homish, G.G., Giovino, G.A., & Kozlowski, L.T. (In press).  Cigarette smoking and mental illness: A study of nicotine withdrawal.  American Journal of Public Health.
  • Sandvik, A. M., Bartone, P.T., Hystad, S.W., Phillips, T.M., Thayer, J.F., & Johnsen, B.H. (2013). Psychological hardiness predicts neuroimmunological responses to stress. Psychology, Health & Medicine 18(6): 705-713.
  • Smith, P.H.(1), Homish, G.G., Saddleson, M., & Kozlowski, L.T., & Giovino, G.A. (2013).  Nicotine withdrawal and dependence among cigarette smokers with a history of childhood abuse.  Nicotine and Tobacco Research.  15(12):2016-2021.
  • Derrick, J.L., Leonard, K.E., & Homish, G.G. (2013).  Perceived partner responsiveness predicts decreases in smoking over the first nine years of marriage.  Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 15(9): 1528-1536.
  • Smith, P.H.(2), Homish, G.G., Kozlowski, L.T., Spacone, C., Trigoboff, E., & Joffe, S. (2013). Effects of a complete smoking ban on inpatients at an intermediate to long-term psychiatric facility. Community Mental Health Journal. 49(2):193-198.
  • Haibach, J. (2), Homish, G.G., & Giovino, G.A. (2013).  A longitudinal evaluation of fruit and vegetable consumption and cigarette smoking.  Nicotine and Tobacco Research. 15(2):355-363
  • Eiden, R.D., Homish, G.G., Colder, C.R., Schuetze, P., Gray, T., & Huestis, M.A. (2013).  Changes in Smoking Patterns During Pregnancy.  Substance Use and Misuse. 48(7): 513-522
  • Homish, G.G., Marshall, D., Dubovsky, S.L., & Leonard, K.E. (2013). Predictors of Later Bipolar Disorder in Patients with Subthreshold Symptoms.  Journal of Affective Disorders. 144(1-2). 129-133.
  • Neumann, A.M., Blondell, R.D., Jaanimägi, U., Giambrone, A.K., Homish, G.G., Lozano, J.R., Kowalik, U. & Azadfard, M. (2013). A preliminary study comparing methadone and buprenorphine in patients with chronic pain and co-existent opioid addiction. Journal of Addictive Diseases.  32(1). 68-78.
  • Homish, G.G., Frazer, B.S., & Carey, M.G. (2012).  The influence of indirect collective trauma on first responders alcohol use.  International Journal of Emergency Mental Health.  14(1). 21-28.
  • Derrick, J.L. (1), Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2012). Dependence regulation in newlywed couples: A prospective examination.  Personal Relationships.  19(4) 644-662.
  • Homish, G.G.,  Eiden, R.D., Leonard, K.E., & Kozlowski, L.T. (2012).  Social-Environmental Factors Related To Prenatal Smoking.  Addictive Behaviors.  37(1), 73-77.
  • Smith, P.H.(2), Homish, G.G., Barrick, C., & Grier, N.L.(3) (2011). Using touch-screen technology to assess smoking in a low-income primary care clinic.  Substance Use and Misuse. 46(14). 1750-1754.
  • Violanti, J.M., Slaven, J.E., Charles,L.E., Burchfiel, C.M., Andrew, M.E., & Homish, G.G.  (2011).  Police and alcohol use: A descriptive analysis and association with stress outcomes.  American Journal of Criminal Justice.  36, 344-356.
  • Eiden, R.D., Molnar, D.S., Leonard, K.E., Colder, C., Homish, G.G., Maiorana, N., Schuetze, P., & Connors, G.J. (2011).  Sources and Frequency of Exposure to Environmental Tobacco Smoke During Pregnancy.  Nicotine and Tobacco Research.  13(8), 653-660.
  • Grier, N.L.(3), Homish, G.G., Rowe, D.W., & Barrick, C. (2011). Promoting information sharing for multi-jurisdictional public health emergency preparedness.  Journal of Public Health Management and Practice. 17, 84-89.
  • Homish, G.G., Frazer, B.S., McCartan, D. & Billittier, A. (2010).  Emergency mental health: lessons learned from Flight 3407.  Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 4, 326-331.
  • Griswold, K.S., Pastore, P.A., Homish, G.G., & Henke, A. (2010).  Access to primary care: Are mental health peers effective in helping patients after a psychiatric emergency.  Primary Psychiatry 17, 42-45.
  • Griswold, K.S., Homish, G.G., Pastore, P.A., & Leonard, K.E. (2010). A randomized trial: are care navigators effective in connecting patients to primary care after psychiatric crisis?  Community Mental Health Journal. 46. 398-402.
  • Homish, G.G., Edwards, E.P., Eiden, R.D., & Leonard, K.E. (2010).  Analyzing family data: a GEE approach for substance use researchers. Addictive Behaviors 35, 558-563.
  • Johnsen, B. H., Eid, J., Pallesen, S., Bartone, P.T., & Nissestad, O.A. (2009). "Predicting Transformational Leadership in Naval Cadets: Effects of Personality Hardiness and Training." Journal of Applied Social Psychology 39(9): 2213-2235.
  • Dollar, K.M. (1), Homish, G.G., Kozlowski, L.T., & Leonard, K.E. (2009). Spousal and alcohol-related predictors of smoking cessation:  A longitudinal study in a community sample of married couples.  American Journal of Public Health 99, 231-233.
  • Homish, G.G. (2008).  Looking Beyond the Individual: The Impact of an Intimate Partner on Health and Health Behaviors.  In J.B. Garner & T.C. Christiansen (Eds.), Social Sciences in Health Care and Medicine (pp. 213-221).  Hauppauge: Nova Science.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2008).  The social network and alcohol use.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs. 69, 906-914.
  • Cornelius, J.R., Kirisci, L., Reynolds, M., Homish, G.G., & Clark, D.B. (2008).  Effects of male SUD on their wives comorbid and non-comorbid psychiatric diagnoses.  Addictive Behaviors. 33, 1231-1234.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2008).  Spousal Influence on General Health Behaviors in a Community Sample of US Adults.  American Journal of Health Behaviors. 32. 754-763.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2007).  Alcohol use and partner expectations among newly married couples.  Substance Use and Misuse. 42, 1427-1441.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2007).  The drinking partnership and marital satisfaction: The longitudinal influence of discrepant drinking behavior.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 75, 43-51.
  • Zucker, R.A., Wong, M.M., Clark, D.B., Leonard, K.E., Schulenberg, J.E., Cornelius, J.R., Fitzgerald, H.E., Homish, G.G., Merline, A., Nigg, J.T., O’Malley, P.M., & Puttler, L.I. (2006).  Predicting risky drinking outcomes longitudinally: What kind of advance notice can we get?  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 30, 243-252.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2006).  Relational processes and alcohol use: The role of one's spouse.  In E.Y. Brozner (Ed.), New research on alcohol abuse and alcoholism (pp. 19-33).  Hauppauge: Nova Science.
  • Homish, G.G., Leonard, K.E., & Kearns-Bodkin, J.N. (2006).  Alcohol use, alcohol problems, and depressive symptomatology among newly married couples.  Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 83, 185-192.
  • Homish, G.G., Leonard, K.E., Collins, R.L., & Quigley, B.M. (2005).  Context-related drinking in a community sample.  Journal of Substance Use. 10, 355-361.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2005).  Spousal influence on smoking behaviors in a community sample of newly married couples.  Social Science and Medicine. 61, 2557-2567.
  • Homish, G.G., & Leonard, K.E. (2005).  Marital quality and congruent drinking.  Journal of Studies on Alcohol. 66, 488-496.
  • Britt, T. W., Adler, A.B., & Bartone, P.T. (2001). "Deriving benefits from stressful events: the role of engagement in meaningful work and hardiness." Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 6(1): 53-63.
  • Homish, G.G., Cornelius, J.R., Richardson, G.A., & Day, N.L. (2004).  Antenatal risk factors associated with postpartum comorbid alcohol use and depressive symptomatology.  Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research. 28, 1242-1248.
  • Day, N.L., & Homish, G.G. (2002).  The epidemiology of alcohol use, abuse, and dependence.  In M.T. Tsuang & M. Tohen (Eds.), Textbook in Psychiatric Epidemiology (2nd ed.). (pp.459-478).  New York: Wiley-Liss, Inc.
  • Bartone, P.T. (1999). "Hardiness protects against war-related stress in Army Reserve forces." Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research 51(2): 72.