Julie H Goldberg
Affiliation: University of Illinois at Chicago
- The long-term risks in the short-term benefits: perceptions of potentially addictive activitiesJ Goldberg
Department of Medical Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, 60612 7309, USA
Health Psychol 19:299-303. 2000..Results are discussed in terms of creating improved interventions...
- Beyond invulnerability: the importance of benefits in adolescents' decision to drink alcoholJulie H Goldberg
Department of Medical Education, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, 60612, USA
Health Psychol 21:477-84. 2002..These findings are discussed in terms of how to improve messages and influence adolescents' decisions regarding risk-taking behaviors...
- Being there is important, but getting there matters too: the role of path in the valuation processJulie H Goldberg
University of Illinois at Chicago, College of Medicine, Department of Medical Education, M C 591, 808 South Wood Street, 986 CME, IL 60612, USA
Med Decis Making 26:323-37. 2006..The influence of 2 types of context on patients' utility assessments was examined here the path by which one reaches a health state and personal experience with a health state...
- Forecasting changes in preference over the life span: a qualitative study of African-American men's prostate cancer decision makingJulie H Goldberg
Department of Medical Education, M C 591, College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, 808 South Wood Street, 986 CME, Chicago, IL, 60612, USA
Support Care Cancer 17:69-74. 2009..The goal of this study was to explore the processes by which African-American men, at greatest risk, might forecast and manage health changes as they age if they were diagnosed with prostate cancer...
- Intertemporal tradeoffs: perceiving the risk in the benefits of marijuana in a prospective study of adolescents and young adultsJulie H Goldberg
Department of Medical Education, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL 60612, USA
Med Decis Making 29:182-92. 2009..We refer to this as risk in the benefits (RIBs), an understanding that one's first drug experience can be so good, that a person may not want (or be able) to stop, putting him/her on a path that leads directly to addiction...
- How perceived risk and personal and clinical experience affect medical students' decisions to seek treatment for major depressionAngela Nuzzarello
Northwestern University s Feinberg School of Medicine, Office of Medical Education and Faculty Development, 303 E Chicago Avenue, Morton 1 673, Chicago, IL 60611 3008, USA
Acad Med 79:876-81. 2004..To examine the role of perceived risk, and personal and clinical experience in medical students' treatment seeking behavior for major depression...