Denise D Walker
Affiliation: University of Washington
- Social norms and self-efficacy among heavy using adolescent marijuana smokersDenise D Walker
School of Social Work, University of Washington, USA
Psychol Addict Behav 25:727-32. 2011..Implications for prevention and intervention with heavy using adolescent marijuana users are discussed...
- Randomized controlled trial of motivational enhancement therapy with nontreatment-seeking adolescent cannabis users: a further test of the teen marijuana check-upDenise D Walker
School of Social Work, University of Washington, Innovative Programs Research Group, 909 NE 43rd Street, Suite 304, Seattle, WA 98105 6020, USA
Psychol Addict Behav 25:474-84. 2011..Engagement in additional treatment was minimal and did not differ by condition. Brief interventions can attract adolescent cannabis users and have positive impacts on them, but the mechanisms of the effects are yet to be identified...
- The influence of client behavior during motivational interviewing on marijuana treatment outcomeDenise Walker
University of Washington, School of Social Work, Innovative Programs Research Group, 909 NE 43rd Street, Seattle, WA 98105 6020, USA
Addict Behav 36:669-73. 2011..Commitment language was not associated with outcomes. These findings suggest specific types of client language statements predict marijuana treatment outcome and are durable to a 34-month follow-up...
- Evaluating the impact of intimate partner violence on the perpetrator: the Perceived Consequences of Domestic Violence QuestionnaireDenise D Walker
University of Washington, School of Social Work, Innovative Programs Research Group, 909 NE 43rd St, Suite 304, Seattle, WA 98105 6020, USA
J Interpers Violence 25:1684-98. 2010..19, t(113) = 2.03, p < .05, and treatment seeking, chi(2)(df = 1) = 10.79, p < .01, odds ratio = 1.27 (95% CI: 1.10 1.46). Clinical implications of this instrument are discussed...
- The check-up: in-person, computerized, and telephone adaptations of motivational enhancement treatment to elicit voluntary participation by the contemplatorDenise D Walker
University of Washington, School of Social Work, Innovative Programs Research Group, Seattle, Washington, USA
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- Motivational enhancement therapy for adolescent marijuana users: a preliminary randomized controlled trialDenise D Walker
School of Social Work and Innovative Programs Research Group, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98105, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 74:628-32. 2006..Despite the absence of a clear effect of MET, this study demonstrated that adolescents could be attracted to participate in a voluntary marijuana intervention that holds promise for reducing problematic levels of marijuana use...
- A comparison of alcohol and drug disorders: is there evidence for a developmental sequence of drug abuse?Denise D Walker
School of Social Work, University of Washington, 909 NE 43rd Street, Suite 304, Seattle, WA 98105, USA
Addict Behav 29:817-23. 2004..35, P=.019). These results suggest that Jellinek's model of progression of alcoholism may also apply to the development of drug disorders. However, important differences found between the alcohol and drug progressions are discussed...
- Indicated prevention for college student marijuana use: a randomized controlled trialChristine M Lee
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA
J Consult Clin Psychol 81:702-9. 2013..The present study evaluated the efficacy of an in-person brief motivational enhancement intervention for reducing marijuana use and related consequences among frequently using college students...
- Brief motivational feedback and cognitive behavioral interventions for prevention of disordered gambling: a randomized clinical trialMary E Larimer
Center for the Study of Health and Risk Behaviors, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, School of Medicine, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195, USA
Addiction 107:1148-58. 2012..The purpose of the current study was to evaluate feasibility and efficacy of two promising approaches to indicated prevention of disordered gambling in a college population...
- Lowering obstacles to HIV prevention services: effects of a brief, telephone-based intervention using motivational enhancement therapyJoseph F Picciano
School of Social Work, University of Washington, Seattle 98105, USA
Ann Behav Med 34:177-87. 2007..Brief and low-burden HIV risk reduction counseling interventions are needed for populations at greatest risk for HIV infection...
- Injunctive norms and problem gambling among college studentsClayton Neighbors
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of Washington, Box 354694, Seattle, WA 98105 6099, USA
J Gambl Stud 23:259-73. 2007..g., peers, friends, family members) in their evaluation. Results also encourage caution in considering the incorporation of injunctive norms in prevention and intervention approaches...
- Reaching soldiers with untreated substance use disorder: lessons learned in the development of a marketing campaign for the Warrior Check-Up studyThomas O Walton
University of Washington, School of Social Work, 909 NE 43rd St, Suite 304, Seattle, WA 98105, USA
Subst Use Misuse 48:908-21. 2013..Implications, limitations, and suggestions for future research are discussed. Department of Defense provided study funding...
- Misperceptions of college student marijuana use: implications for preventionJason R Kilmer
The Evergreen State College, 2700 Evergreen Parkway NW Seminar 14130, Olympia, Washington 98505, USA
J Stud Alcohol 67:277-81. 2006..It was hypothesized that students would overestimate the marijuana use of students in general and that perceptions about the prevalence of marijuana use would be related to drug-related consequences...
- Expectancies and evaluations of alcohol effects among college students: self-determination as a moderatorClayton Neighbors
Department of Psychology, North Dakota State University, 115 Minard Hall, Fargo, North Dakota 58105, USA
J Stud Alcohol 64:292-300. 2003..We proposed that alcohol expectancies and subjective evaluations of alcohol effects would be more strongly linked to alcohol consumption and alcohol-related problems among students who were more controlled and/or less autonomous...