Bonnie L Green
Affiliation: Georgetown University
- Mental health effects of adolescent trauma exposure in a female college sample: exploring differential outcomes based on experiences of unique trauma types and dimensionsJanice L Krupnick
Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Psychiatry 67:264-79. 2004..However, trauma exposure versus no exposure and the cumulative effects of exposure versus one-time experiences played the key roles in differentiating the groups...
- Attachment and health care relationships in low-income women with trauma histories: a qualitative studyBonnie L Green
Department of Psychiatry, Georgetown University, 2115 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20007, USA
J Trauma Dissociation 13:190-208. 2012....
- Effects of adolescent trauma exposure on risky behavior in college womenBonnie L Green
Department of Psychiatry, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC, USA
Psychiatry 68:363-78. 2005..Major depression (MDD) and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) were associated with many of the behaviors, and may serve to heighten risk...
- Impact of PTSD comorbidity on one-year outcomes in a depression trialBonnie L Green
Georgetown Center for Trauma and the Community, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC 20007, USA
J Clin Psychol 62:815-35. 2006..Including direct treatment of PTSD associated with interpersonal violence may be more effective in alleviating depression in those with both diagnoses...
- Group interpersonal psychotherapy for low-income women with posttraumatic stress disorderJanice L Krupnick
Department of Psychiatry, Georgetown University, Washington, DC 20007, USA
Psychother Res 18:497-507. 2008..IPT participants also had significantly lower scores than waitlist individuals on four interpersonal functioning subscales: Interpersonal Sensitivity, Need for Social Approval, Lack of Sociability, and Interpersonal Ambivalence...
- Psychological impact of types of sexual trauma among college womenStacey Kaltman
Department of Psychiatry, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC 20007, USA
J Trauma Stress 18:547-55. 2005..Significant differences based on sexual trauma type were observed; individuals who experienced adolescent sexual assault or revictimization were at greatest risk for psychopathology, poor social adjustment, and risky sexual behaviors...
- Modeling dimensions of choice in accepting the smallpox vaccineStacey Kaltman
Department of Psychiatry, Biomathematics and Bioinformatics, Washington, DC, USA
Am J Health Behav 30:513-24. 2006..To model the dimensionality of understanding refusal to be vaccinated against smallpox...
- Evaluating the cultural validity of the stressful life events screening questionnaireBonnie L Green
Georgetown University Medical School, Washington, DC, USA
Violence Against Women 12:1191-213. 2006..Most items were well understood in the interviews, with some criticism of wording. Tape reviews indicated little wording modification by interviewers. One item showed consistent problems. The interview was revised accordingly...
- Intimate partner violence, PTSD, and adverse health outcomesMary Ann Dutton
Georgetown University Medical Center, USA
J Interpers Violence 21:955-68. 2006....
- The smallpox vaccine: a multidimensional model of choiceStacey Kaltman
Department of Psychiatry, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC 2007, USA
Biosecur Bioterror 4:64-73. 2006..g., first responders, healthcare workers). A multidimensional modeling approach should facilitate these and other studies of choice...
- A qualitative evaluation of barriers to care for trauma-related mental health problems among low-income minorities in primary careJoyce Y Chung
Intramural Research Program, National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, MD 20892 1276, USA
J Nerv Ment Dis 200:438-43. 2012..Importantly, there is agreement about better access to and development of trauma-specific interventions. Findings will aid the development and implementation of trauma-focused interventions embedded in primary care...
- Posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms, physical health, and health care utilization 50 years after repeated exposure to a toxic gasJulian D Ford
Department of Psychiatry, MC1410, University of Connecticut Health Center, 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington, Connecticut 06030, USA
J Trauma Stress 17:185-94. 2004..Implications for researchers, mental health clinicians, and health care providers are discussed...
- Cost-effectiveness of evidence-based pharmacotherapy or cognitive behavior therapy compared with community referral for major depression in predominantly low-income minority womenDennis A Revicki
Center for Health Outcomes Research, MEDTAP Institute, 7101 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20814, USA
Arch Gen Psychiatry 62:868-75. 2005..Few clinical trials have evaluated interventions for major depressive disorder in samples of low-income minority women, and little is known about the cost-effectiveness of depression interventions for this population...
- Disorders of extreme stress (DESNOS) symptoms are associated with type and severity of interpersonal trauma exposure in a sample of healthy young womenJulian D Ford
University of Connecticut School of Medicine, USA
J Interpers Violence 21:1399-416. 2006..Study findings indicate that persistent posttraumatic problems with self-regulation warrant attention, even in relatively healthy young adult populations...
- A mediational model of PTSD in World War II veterans exposed to mustard gasM Kay Jankowski
New Hampshire-Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, Lebanon, NH 03766, USA
J Trauma Stress 17:303-10. 2004..These findings contribute to our understanding of PTSD in older veterans, and have relevance for early intervention services to prevent PTSD among those at risk for exposure to toxic agents...
- Accumulated childhood trauma and symptom complexityJohn Briere
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, USA
J Trauma Stress 21:223-6. 2008..This effect remained even when controlling for specific traumatic events, suggesting a generalized effect of cumulative trauma...
- Understanding relationships among trauma, post-tramatic stress disorder, and health outcomesPaula P Schnurr
VA National Center for PTSD
Adv Mind Body Med 20:18-29. 2004..However, by addressing the physical health consequences of traumatic exposure in treatment and treatment systems, the burden on individuals and society may be reduced...
- One-year outcomes of a randomized clinical trial treating depression in low-income minority womenJeanne Miranda
Health Services Research Center, Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California, Los Angeles, CA 90024 6505, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 74:99-111. 2006..1% assigned to community referral were no longer clinically depressed. These findings suggest that both antidepressant medications and CBT result in clinically significant decreases in depression for low-income minority women...
- Treating depression in predominantly low-income young minority women: a randomized controlled trialJeanne Miranda
Health Services Research Center, University of California at Los Angeles Neuropsychiatric Institute, CA 90024, USA
JAMA 290:57-65. 2003..Little is known about the effectiveness of guideline-based care for depression with impoverished minority women, most of whom do not seek care...
- MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR WOMEN IN PUBLIC MEDICAL CAREBonnie Green; Fiscal Year: 2003....
- TRAUMA IN PRIMARY CARE--INTERVENTIONS FOR POOR WOMENBonnie Green; Fiscal Year: 2004..This K01 is crucial for the PI's development of in-depth knowledge about poor women, their health care settings, and their relationships with providers. ..
- PRINCIPAL RESEARCH COREBonnie Green; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract not provided..