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.

  • 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.