Publications That Cite Rural Drug Addiction Research (RDAR) COBRE Support (P20GM130461)

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1. Abadie, R. "I don't want to die": a qualitative study of coping strategies to prevent fentanyl-related overdose deaths among people who inject drugs and its implications for harm reduction policies. Harm Reduct J. 2023 Jun 14. 37316884; 10264884; 20(1): 75. PMCID: P20GM130461.

2. Abadie, R.**, Fisher, C. & Dombrowski, K. “He’s under oath”: Privacy and Confidentiality Views Among People Who Inject Drugs Enrolled in a Study of Social Networks and Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Hepatitis C Virus Risk. J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics. 2021;16(3):304-311. PMCID: PMC8260099.

3. Abadie, Roberto; Cano, Manuel; Habecker, Patrick; Gelpí-Acosta, Camila Substance use, injection risk behaviors, and fentanyl-related overdose risk among a sample of PWID post-Hurricane Maria. Harm Reduct J. 2022 Nov 24 36424666 9694860; 19(1):129. PMCID: P20GM130461.

4. Abadie, Roberto. "The Drug Sellers Were Better Organized than the Government": A Qualitative Study of Participants' Views of Drug Markets during COVID-19 and Other Big Events. Int J Environ Res Public Health . 2023 Jan 11; 36674050; 9859057; 20(2). PMCID: P20GM130461.

5. Acosta Canchila, M.N., Reyes, S., Estrada Gonzalez, S.M., Dominguez, V., Acosta, L.M., Guerra, R., Pulido, C., Caicedo, O. & Andrews, A.R.* The Role of Discrimination and Vaccine Distrust in Vaccine Uptake among Latines in the Midwest. The Behavior Therapist. 2022;45(4): 117-129.

6. Acosta, L.M., Acosta Canchila, M.N., Holland, K.J., Holt, N.R. & Andrews, A.R.* Examining recipient and provider perceptions of mental health treatments and written exposure therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder with a Spanish-speaking sample [published online ahead of print, 2022 Feb 24]. Psychol Serv. 2022;10.1037/ser0000621. PMID: 35201812.

7. Andrews 3rd, Arthur R; Acosta, Laura M; Acosta Canchila, M Natalia; Haws, James K; Holland, Kathryn J; Holt, Natalie R; Ralston, Allura L. Perceived Barriers and Preliminary PTSD Outcomes in an Open Pilot Trial of Written Exposure Therapy With Latinx Immigrants. Cogn Behav Pract. 022 Aug; 36171805; 9512264; 29(3): 648-665. PMCID: P20GM130461.

8. Andrews, A.R.*, Haws, J.K., Acosta, L.M., Acosta Canchila, M.N., Carlo, G., Grant, K.M. & Ramos, A.K. Combinatorial Effects of Discrimination, Legal Status Fears, Adverse Childhood Experiences, and Harsh Working Conditions among Latino Migrant Farmworkers: Testing Learned Helplessness Hypotheses. J Lat Psychol. 2020;8(3):179-201. PMCID: PMC7837582.

9. Andrews, Arthur R; Walker, Jesse; Bernard, Donte L; Adams, Zachary; de Arellano, Michael; Danielson, Carla Kmett Clinical diversity in a randomized trial that explicitly sought racial/ethnic diversity in its sample: Baseline comparisons in a treatment of youth substance use and posttraumatic stress. Psychol Trauma. 2023 May. 36862478; 10259880; S183-S191; 15; PMCID: P20GM130461.

10. Auerbach, R.P., Pagliaccio, D., Hubbard, N.A.*, Frosch, I., Kremens, R., Cosby, E., Jones, R., Siless, V., Lo, N., Henin, A., Hofmann, S.G., Gabrieli, J.D.E., Yendiki, A., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S. & Pizzagalli, D.A. Reward-Related Neural Circuitry in Depressed and Anxious Adolescents: A Human Connectome Project. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2022;61(2):308-320. PMCID: PMC8643367.

11. Barrett, S.T., Flynn, A., Huyhn, Y.W. & Bevins, R.A. Appetitive Pavlovian conditioning of the stimulus effects of nicotine enhances later nicotine self-administration. J Exp Anal Behav. 2022;117(3):543-559. PMCID: PMC9090954.

12. Bhimani, R.V., Vik, M., Wakabayashi, K.T.*+, Szalkowski, C., Bass, C.E. & Park, J. Distinct dose-dependent effects of methamphetamine on real-time dopamine transmission in the rat nucleus accumbens and behaviors. J Neurochem. 2021;158(4):865-879. PMCID: PMC8376794.

13. Blair, R.J.R., Bajaj, S., Sherer, N., Bashford-Largo, J., Zhang, R., Aloi, J., Hammond, C., Lukoff, J., Schwartz, A., Elowsky, J., Tyler, P., Filbey, F.M., Dobbertin, M. & Blair, K.S. Alcohol Use Disorder and Cannabis Use Disorder Symptomatology in Adolescents and Aggression: Associations with Recruitment of Neural Regions Implicated in Retaliation. Biol Psychiatry Cogn Neurosci Neuroimaging. 2021;6(5):536-544. PMCID: PMC8113085.

14. Blair, R.J.R., Bashford-Largo, J., Zhang, R., Mathur, A., Schwartz, A., Elowsky, J., Tyler, P., Hammond, C.J., Filbey, F.M., Dobbertin, M., Bajaj, S. & Blair, K.S. Alcohol and Cannabis Use Disorder Symptom Severity, Conduct Disorder, and Callous-Unemotional Traits and Impairment in Expression Recognition. Front Psychiatry. 2021;12:714189. PMCID: PMC8488132.

15. Bogen, K.W., Jones, H.J., & Lorenz, T.K.**^ (in press). Relationship satisfaction, emotional closeness, excitation, and sensation seeking mediate the relationship between women’s intoxication-related sexual trauma and solitary versus dyadic pleasure and desire. In press at Journal of Sex Research. PMC Journal – In Progress.

16. Charntikov, S., Pittenger, S.T., Swalve, N., Barrett, S.T. & Bevins, R.A. Conditioned enhancement of the nicotine reinforcer. Exp Clin Psychopharmacol. 2021;29(4):385-394. PMCID: PMC7572809.

17. Clephane, K. & Lorenz, T.K.**^ Putative Mental, Physical, and Social Mechanisms of Hormonal Influences on Postpartum Sexuality. Curr Sex Health Rep. 2021;13(4):136-148. PMCID: PMC9191849.

18. Clephane, K., O’Loughlin, J.I., Bodnar, T., Wilson, M.C., Stariha, J.T., Craig, A., Weinberg, J., Heiman, J.R., Brotto, L. & Lorenz, T.K.**^ Lack of evidence for a relationship between salivary CRP and female sexual desire: An investigation across clinical and healthy samples. J Sex Med. 2022;19(5):745-760. PMCID: PMC9064911.

19. Clephane, K., Wilson, M.C., Heiman, J.R., Craig, A. & Lorenz, T.K.**^ Sexual violence history predicts changes in vaginal immune parameters during sexual arousal [published online ahead of print, 2022 Jun 10]. Brain Behav Immun. 2022;104:171-180. PMID: 35697156.

20. Cole, Z.J., Kuntzelman, K.M., Dodd, M.D. & Johnson, M.R.* Convolutional neural networks can decode eye movement data: A black box approach to predicting task from eye movements. J Vis. 2021;21(7):9. PMCID: PMC8288051.

21. Córdoba-Salgado, Oscar; Andrews, Arthur R; Davidson, Tatiana M; Galea, Sandro; Ruggiero, Kenneth J. Longitudinal and bidirectional associations between posttraumatic stress disorder and emotional support among disaster-affected men and women. J Trauma Stress. 2023 Aug; 37309234; 36(4): 727-737. PMCID: P20GM130461.

22. Gauthier, G.R.**, Markowski, K., Smith, J.A.*, Harcey, S. & Johnston, B. Co-use among confidants: An examination of polysubstance use and personal relationships in southeastern Nebraska. Addict Behav. 2022;124:107116. PMCID: PMC8542383.

23. Gauthier, G.R.**, Smith, J.A.*, García, C., Garcia, M.A. & Thomas, P.A. Exacerbating Inequalities: Social Networks, Racial/Ethnic Disparities, and the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. 2021;76(3):e88-e92. PMCID: PMC7454830.

24. Guo, Y., Fleming, C. B., Patwardhan, I., James, T.D., Nelson, J.M., Espy, K.A., Nelson, T.D. & Mason, W.A. A Comparison of Task-Based and Questionnaire Assessments of Executive Control Aspects in Relation to Adolescent Marijuana Initiation. Cannabis. 2022.

25. Habecker, P. & Bevins, RA. Attitudes in 2020 towards Medical and Recreational Marijuana in Prohibitionist Nebraska. Journal of Drug Issues May 2022. doi:10.1177/00220426221087913

26. Harcey, Sela R; Gauthier, Robin; Markowski, Kelly L; Smith, Jeffrey. A Short Take: Collecting Data from a Vulnerable Population during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Field methods. 2022 Aug; 37379443; 8968433; 34(3): 265-271. PMCID: P20GM130461.

27. Hasan, Mohammad Rashedul; Khan, Bilal An AI-based intervention for improving undergraduate STEM learning. PLoS One. 2023; 37467236; 10355461; 18(7): e0288844. PMCID: P20GM130461.

28. Haws, J.K., Andrews, A.R.*, Acosta Canchila, M.N. & Ramos, A.K. Refining the Migrant Farmworker Stress Inventory among Latino Migrant Farmworkers in Rural Nebraska. Rural Ment Health. 2022;46(2):100-116. PMCID: PMC9267916.

29. Hubbard, N.A.*, Auerbach, R.P., Siless, V., Lo, N., Frosch, I.R., Clark, D.E., Jones, R., Kremens, R., Pinaire, M., Vaz De Souza, F., Ghosh, S.S., Henin, A., Hofmann, S.G., Pizzagalli, D.A., Rosso, I.M., Yendiki, A., Whitfield-Gabrieli, S. & Gabrieli, J.D.E. Connectivity Patterns Evoked by Fearful Faces Demonstrate Reduced Flexibility Across a Shared Dimension of Adolescent Anxiety and Depression. Clinical Psychological Science. 2022. doi:10.1177/21677026221079628.

30. Hubbard, N.A.*, Turner, M.P., Sitek, K.R., West, K.L., Kaczmarzyk, J.R., Himes, L., Thomas, B.P., Lu, H. & Rypma, B. Resting cerebral oxygen metabolism exhibits archetypal network features. Hum Brain Mapp. 2021;42(7):1952-1968. PMCID: PMC8046048.

31. Hubbard, Nicholas A; Miller, Kevin B; Aloi, Joseph; Bajaj, Sahil; Wakabayashi, Ken T; Blair, R James R. Evaluating instrumental learning and striatal-cortical functional connectivity in adolescent alcohol and cannabis use. Addict Biol. 2023 Jan; 36577718; 10173870; 28(1):e13258. PMCID: P20GM130461.

32. Hughes, M.L.**, Rodriguez, A.I.**, Hatch, J. & Zoucha, K. Hearing and Vestibular Loss with Misuse of Opioids and Illicit Drugs: A Review of the Literature. Audiol Neurootol. 2022;27(4):271-281. PMID: 35172308.

33. Huynh, Y.W., Raimondi, A., Finkner, A., Kuck, J.D., Selleck, C. & Bevins, R.A. Menthol blunts the interoceptive discriminative stimulus effects of nicotine in female but not male rats. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2020;237(8):2395-2404.PMCID: PMC7354904.

34. Huynh, Y.W., Thompson, B.M., Larsen, C.E., Buch, S., Guo, M.L., Bevins, R.A. & Murray, J.E. Male HIV-1 transgenic rats show reduced cocaine-maintained lever-pressing compared to F344 wildtype rats despite similar baseline locomotion. J Exp Anal Behav. 2020;113(2):468-484. PMCID: PMC7284949.

35. Jones, H. J. & Lorenz, T.K.**^ (accepted). Higher sexual excitation is associated with an increase in sex-linked substance use in women with a history of unwanted sexual contact. Accepted for publication at Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality. PMC Journal – In Progress.

36. Koul, S., Schaal, V.L., Chand, S., Pittenger, S.T., Vellichirammal, N., Kumar, V., Guda, C., Bevins, R.A., Yelamanchili, S.V.** & Pendyala, G.* Role of Brain Derived Extracellular Vesicles in Decoding Sex Differences Associated with Nicotine Self-Administration. Cells. 2020;9(8):1883. PMCID: PMC7464419.

37. Kuebler, I.R.K., Jolton, J.A., Hermreck, C., Hubbard, N.A.* & Wakabayashi, K.T.*+ Contrasting dose-dependent effects of acute intravenous methamphetamine on lateral hypothalamic extracellular glucose dynamics in male and female rats [published online ahead of print, 2022 Aug 31]. J Neurophysiol. 2022;10.1152/jn.00257.2022. doi:10.1152/jn.00257.2022. PMID: 36043803.

38. Kuntzelman, K.M., Williams, J.M., Lim, P.C., Samal, A., Rao, P.K. & Johnson, M.R.* Deep- Learning-Based Multivariate Pattern Analysis (dMVPA): A Tutorial and a Toolbox. Front Hum Neurosci. 2021;15:638052. PMCID: PMC7960649.

39. Laifer, Lauren M; Tomaso, Cara C; Chang, Olivia D; Phillips, Eric M; James, Tiffany D; Nelson, Jennifer Mize; Espy, Kimberly Andrews; Alex Mason, W; Nelson, Timothy D Early executive control buffers risk for adolescent psychopathology during the COVID-19 pandemic. J Adolesc; 2023 Aug; 37211897; 10526894; 95(6); 1205-1219; PMCID: P20GM130461

40. Lintz, E.N. & Johnson, M.R.* Refreshing and removing items in working memory: Different approaches to equivalent processes? Cognition. 2021;211:104655. PMCID: PMC8058312.

41. Lorenz, T.K.**^ & Finley, N. Mind-body-spirit model for the medical management of female sexual well-being. Curr Sex Health Rep. 2020;12(4):389-397. PMCID: PMC8011421.

42. Lorenz, T.K.**^ Relying on an “Other” Category Leads to Significant Misclassification of Sexual Minority Participants. LGBT Health. 2021;8(5):372-377. PMCID: PMC8252904.

43. Lorenz, T.K.**^ Sexual excitation and sex-linked substance use predict overall cannabis use in mostly heterosexual and bisexual women. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2021;47(4):433-443. PMCID: PMC8380726.

44. Markowski, K.L., Smith, J.A.*, Gauthier, G.R.** & Harcey, S.R. Patterns of Missing Data With Ecological Momentary Assessment Among People Who Use Drugs: Feasibility Study Using Pilot Study Data. JMIR Form Res. 2021;5(9):e31421. PMCID: PMC8501406.

45. Markowski, K.L., Smith, J.A.*, Gauthier, G.R.** & Harcey, S.R. Practical problems and positive experiences with ecological momentary assessment: reflections from people who use drugs. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2021;47(3):311-318. PMCID: PMC8266763.

46. Markowski, Kelly L; Smith, Jeffrey A; Gauthier, G Robin; Harcey, Sela R. Would I Have Your Support? Family Network Features and Past Support Exchanges Associated with Anticipated Support for a Substance Problem. J Subst Use. 2023;36683732:9856213.; 28(1):39-45. PMCID: P20GM130461.

47. Markowski, Kelly L; White, Lauren; Harcey, Sela R; Schmidt, Tara; McEachern, Diane; Habecker, Patrick; Wexler, Lisa. What Kinds of Support are Alaska Native Youth and Young Adults Reporting? An Examination of Types, Quantities, Sources, and Frequencies of Support. Health Promot Pract. 2023 Sep. 36047453; 24(5):863-872. PMCID: P20GM130461.

48. Mason, A.W., Patwardhan, I., Fleming, C.B., Stevens, A.L., James, T.D., Nelson, J.M., Espy, K.A. & Nelson, T.D. Associations of childhood executive control with adolescent cigarette and E-cigarette use: Tests of moderation by poverty level. Addict Behav. 2021;119:106923. PMCID: PMC8117112.

49. McNealy, K.R., Houser, S.D., Barrett, S.T. & Bevins, R.A. Investigating sex differences and the effect of drug exposure order in the sensory reward-enhancing effects of nicotine and d-amphetamine alone and in combination. Neuropharmacology. 2022;202:108845. PMCID: PMC8627442.

50. McNealy, K.R., Ramsay, M.E., Barrett, S.T. & Bevins, R.A. Reward-enhancing effects of d-amphetamine and its interactions with nicotine were greater in female rats and persisted across schedules of reinforcement. Behav Pharmacol. 2021;32(5):435-447. PMCID: PMC8266728.

51. McNealy, Kathleen R; Weyrich, Lucas; Bevins, Rick A The co-use of nicotine and prescription psychostimulants: A review of their behavioral and neuropharmacological interactions. Drug Alcohol Depend. 2023 Jul 01; 37216808; 10361216; 109906;(248). PMCID: P20GM130461.

52. McPherson, M. & Smith, J.A.* Network Effects in Blau Space: Imputing Social Context from Survey Data. Socius. 2019;5:10.1177/2378023119868591. PMCID: PMC6720115.

53. Moran, Andrea E; Huynh, Y Wendy; Finkner, Andrew P; Selleck, Carly; Thompson, Aelyn; Barrett, Scott T; Bevins, Rick A. Understanding the stimulus effects of nicotine and bupropion in a drug-drug discriminated goal-tracking task. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2022 Mar; 35137248; 239(3): 819-830. PMCID: P20GM130461.

54. Nelson, T.D., James, T.D., Nelson, J.M., Tomaso, C.C. & Espy, K.A. Executive control throughout elementary school: Factor structure and associations with early childhood executive control. Dev Psychol. 2022;58(4):730-750. PMID: 35343719.

55. Patwardhan, I., Guo, Y., Hamburger, E.R., Sarwar, S., Fleming, C.B., James, T.D., Nelson, J.M., Espy, K.A., Nelson, T.D. & Mason, W.A. Childhood executive control and adolescent substance use initiation: the mediating roles of physical and relational aggression and prosocial behavior [published online ahead of print, 2022 Jun 9]. Child Neuropsychol. 2022;1-20. PMID: 35678295

56. Phillips, E.M., Brock, R.L.^, James, T.D., Nelson, J.M., Espy, K.A., & Nelson, T.D. Empirical support for a dual process model of the p-factor: Interaction effects between preschool executive control and preschool negative emotionality on general psychopathology. Journal of Psychopathology and Clinical Science (formerly Journal of Abnormal Psychology). 2022 (in press).

57. Phillips, Eric M; Brock, Rebecca L; James, Tiffany D; Nelson, Jennifer Mize; Mason, W Alex; Espy, Kimberly Andrews; Nelson, Timothy D Does preschool executive control mediate the impact of early environmental unpredictability and deprivation on the general factor of psychopathology a decade later? J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2023 Oct; 36872576; 64(10):1505-1516. PMCID: P20GM130461.

58. Pittenger, S.T., Chou, S., Murawski, N.J., Barrett, S.T., Loh, O., Duque, J.F., Li, M., Bevins, R.A. Female rats display higher methamphetamine-primed reinstatement and c-Fos immunoreactivity than male rats. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2021;201:173089. PMCID: PMC9067906.

59. Ralston, A.L., Holt, N.R., Andrews, A.R.*, Huit, Z.T.**, Puckett, J.A., Woodruff, N., Mocarski, R. & Hope, D.A. Mental health and marginalization stress in transgender and gender diverse adults: Differences between urban and non-urban experiences (advance online publication). Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity. 2022. doi: 10.1037/sgd0000595.

60. Reyes, S., Acosta, L.M., Domínguez, V., Ramos, A.K. & Andrews, A.R*. Immigrant and U.S.-born migrant farmworkers: Dual paths to discrimination-related health outcomes. Am J Orthopsychiatry. 2022;92:452-462. PMID: 35617245.

61. Rosenblatt, S.F., Smith, J.A.*, Gauthier, G.R.** & Hébert-Dufresne, L. Immunization strategies in networks with missing data. PLoS Comput Biol. 2020;16(7):e1007897. PMCID: PMC7386582.

62. Sánchez, Sophia I; Jones, Harper R; Bogen, Katherine W; Lorenz, Tierney K Barriers experienced by emerging adults in discussing their sexuality with parents and health care providers: A mixed-method study. Am J Orthopsychiatry. 2023; 37166897; 10355324; 93(4):335-349. PMCID: P20GM130461.

63. Schlosser, A., Habecker, P. & Bevins, R. Harm reduction in the Heartland: public knowledge and beliefs about naloxone in Nebraska, USA. J Harm Reduct. 2022;19(1):22. PMCID: PMC8894827.

64. Shields, A.K., Suarez M., Wakabayashi, K.T.*+, Bass C. E. Activation of VTA GABA Neurons Disrupts Reward Seeking by Altering Temporal Processing. Behavioural Brain Research. 2021;410:113292. doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2021.113292.

65. Smith, J.A.* & Gauthier, G.R.** Estimating Contextual Effects from Ego Network Data. Sociol Methodol. 2020;50(1):215-275. PMCID: PMC7434046.

66. Smith, J.A.*, Morgan, J.H. & Moody, J. Network sampling coverage III: Imputation of missing network data under different network and missing data conditions. Soc Networks. 2022;68:148-178. PMCID: PMC8294095.

67. Thompson, B.M., Barrett, S.T., Huynh, Y.W., Kwan, D.A., Murray, J.E. & Bevins, R.A. The importance of acquisition learning on nicotine and varenicline drug substitution in a drug-discriminated goal-tracking task. Pharmacol Biochem Behav. 2020;199:173045. PMCID: PMC7725853.

68. Thompson, Brady M; Tracy, Matthew E; Huynh, Y Wendy; Dwoskin, Linda P; Barrett, Scott T; Bevins, Rick A Varenicline serves as the training stimulus in the drug-discriminated goal-tracking task with rats: initial evaluation of potential neuropharmacological processes. Behav Pharmacol. 2023 Feb 01; 36730812; 9908820; 19-Dec; 34(1). PMCID: P20GM130461.

69. Turner, M.P., Zhao, Y., Abdelkarim, D., Liu, P., Spence, J.S., Hutchison, J.L., Sivakolundu, D.K., Thomas, B.P., Hubbard, N.A.*, Cuimei, X., Taneja, K., Lu, H. & Rypma, B. Altered linear coupling between stimulus-evoked blood flow and oxygen metabolism in the aging human brain [published online ahead of print, 2022 Apr 7]. Cereb Cortex bhac057. 2022. PMID: 35388407.

70. Vásquez, D., Ponte, L., Andrews, A.R.*, Garcia, E., Terrazas-Carrillo, E., Ojeda, L., de Arrellano, M.A. Más allá de las barreras: Competency and practice considerations in language, cultural, and social issues when delivering group CPT to Hispanic immigrants. Int J Group Psychother. 2020;70(2):212-243. PMCID: PMC7332161.

71. Wakabayashi, K.T.*+, Feja, M., Leigh, M.P.K., Baindur, A.N., Suarez, M., Meyer, P.J., Bass, C.E. Chemogenetic Activation of Mesoaccumbal Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid Projections Selectively Tunes Responses to Predictive Cues When Reward Value Is Abruptly Decreased. Biol Psychiatry. 2021;89(4):366-375. PMCID: PMC8570639.

72. Wakabayashi, K.T.*+, Greeman, E.A., Barrett, S.T. & Bevins, R.A. The Sugars in Alcohol Cocktails Matter. ACS Chem Neurosci. 2021;12(18):3284-3287. PMCID: PMC8447180.