Substance Use

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., and Curtis, Brenda. 2018. “The Language of Substance Use and Recovery: Novel Use of the Go/No–Go Association Task to Measure Implicit Bias.” Health Communication 34(11):1296-1302.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., and Curtis, Brenda. 2018. “Substance use, recovery, and linguistics: The impact of word choice on explicit and implicit bias.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 189:31-138.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., and Wheeler, Bethany. 2018. “Collegiate recovery programs and disordered eating: exploring subclinical behaviors among students in recovery.Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 37(1):99-108.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., Curtis, Brenda, Figley, Naomie, Courson, Kayce, and Kimball, Thomas. “Alumni Characteristics of Collegiate Recovery Programs: A National Survey.” Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 37(2):149-162.

Ashford, Robert D., and Brown, Austin M. 2019. “Recovery-informed Theory: Situating the Subjective in the Science of Substance Use Disorder Recovery.” Journal of Recovery Science 1(3):1-15.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., and Curtis, Brenda. 2018. “Peer-delivered Harm Reduction and Recovery Support Services: Initial Evaluation from a Hybrid Recovery Community Drop-in Center and Syringe Exchange Program.Harm Reduction Journal 15(1):52.

Ashford, Robert D., Meeks, Matthew, Curtis, Brenda, and Brown, Austin M. 2019. “Utilization of peer-based substance use disorder and recovery interventions in rural emergency departments: Patient characteristics and exploratory analysis.” Journal of Rural Mental Health 43(1):17-29.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., and Curtis, Brenda. 2018.'”Abusing Addiction”: Our Language Still Isn’t Good Enough.’ Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 37(2):257-272.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., Canode, Brent, McDaniel, Jessica, and Curtis, Curtis. 2019. “A Mixed-Methods Exploration of the Role and Impact of Stigma and Advocacy on Substance Use Disorder Recovery.Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 37(4):462-480.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., Dorney, George A., McConnell, Nancy, Kunzelman, Justin, McDaniel, Jessica, and Curtis, Brenda. 2019.”Reducing Harm and Promoting Recovery Through Community-Based Mutual Aid: Characterizing Those Who Engage in a Hybrid Peer Recovery Community Organization.” Addictive Behaviors 98:106037.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., Brown, Tiffany, Callis, Jason, Cleveland, Harrington H., Eisenhart, Emily, Groover, Hillary, Hayes, Nicholas, Johnston, Teresa, Kimball, Thomas, Manteuffel, Brigitte, McDaniel, Jessica, Montgomery, Lindsay, Phillips, Shane, Polacek, Michael, Statman, Matt, and Whitney, Jason. “Defining and Operationalizing the Phenomena of Recovery: A Working Definition from the Recovery Science Research Collaborative.Addiction Research and Theory 29(3):179-188.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., McDaniel, Jessica, Sheldon, Jenna, Sobora, Chad, Riley, Robert, Weinstein, Lesley, Kunzelman, Justin, Kampman, Kyle and Curtis, Brenda. 2019. “Responding to the Opioid and Overdose Crisis with Innovative Services: The Recovery Community Center Office-Based Opioid Treatment (RCC-OBOT) Model.Addictive Behaviors 98:106134.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., Ashford, Arielle, and Curtis, Brenda. “Recovery Dialects: A Pilot Study of Stigmatizing and Nonstigmatizing Label Use by Individuals in Recovery From Substance Use Disorders.Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology 27(2).

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., Ryding, Rachel, and Curtis, Brenda. 2019. “Building Recovery Ready Communities: The Recovery Ready Ecosystem Model and Community Framework.” Addiction Research and Theory 27.

Ashford, Robert D., Brown, Austin M., McDaniel, Jessica, and Curtis, Curtis. 2019. “Biased Labels: An Experimental Study of Language and Stigma Among Individuals in Recovery and Health Professionals.Substance Use & Misuse 54(8):1376-1384.

Brown, Austin M., McDaniel, Jessica M., Austin, Kelsey L., and Ashford, Robert D. 2019. “Developing the Spirituality in Recovery Framework: The Function of Spirituality in 12-Step Substance Use Disorder Recovery.Journal of Humanistic Psychology 59(5).

Brown, Austin M., McDaniel, Jessica M., Johnson, V.H., and Ashford, Robert D. 2019. “Dynamic Labeling Discernment: Contextual Importance of Self-identifiers for Individuals in Recovery.Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 37.

Curtis, Brenda, Bergman, Brandon, Brown, Austin M., McDaniel, Jessica, Harper, Kristin, Eisenhart, Emily, Hufnagel, Mariel, Heller, Anne T., and Ashford, Robert D. “Inclusive Digital Recovery Support Services: Characterizing Participation and Perceived Engagement Benefits in an Integrated Digital Recovery Community for Women (Preprint).” JMIR Mental Health 6(8):13352.

London, Andrew, Herd, Pamela, Miech, Richard, and Wilmoth, Janet. 2016. “The Influence of Men’s Military Service on Smoking Across the Life Course.” Journal of Drug Issues 47(4).

McLean, Katherine, Monnat, Shannon, Rigg, Khary, Sterner, Glenn, and Verdery, Ashton. 2019. “‘You Never Know What You’re Getting’: Opioid Users’ Perceptions of Fentanyl in Southwest Pennsylvania.” Substance Use & Misuse 54(6).

McLean, Katherine, Monnat, Shannon, Rigg, Khary R., Sterner, Glenn, and Verdery, Ashton. 2019. “’You Never Know What You’re Getting’: Opioid Users’ Perceptions of Fentanyl in Southwest Pennsylvania.” Substance Use and Misuse 54(6):955-966.

McLean, Katherine, Monnat, Shannon, Rigg, Khary, Sterner, Glenn, and Verdery, Ashton. 2019. “Understanding Opioid Users’ Views on Fentanyl Could Help Reduce Overdoses.” Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Miech, Richard, London, Andrew, Wilmoth, Janet, and Koester, Stephen. 2013. “The effects of the military’s antidrug policies over the life course: the case of past-year hallucinogen use.” Substance Use & Misuse 48(10):837-853.

Monnat, Shannon. 2019. “The Contributions of Socioeconomic and Opioid Supply Factors to U.S. Drug Mortality Rates: Urban-Rural and Within-Rural Differences.” Working Paper 87.

Monnat, Shannon. 2018. “Factors Associated with County-Level Differences in U.S. DrugRelated Mortality Rates.” AM J Prev Med 54(5):611-619.

Monnat, Shannon M. 2019. “There are Multiple and Geographically Distinct Opioid Crises in the U.S.Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Monnat, Shannon. 2019. “The Contributions of Socioeconomic and Opioid Supply Factors to U.S. Drug Mortality Rates: Urban-Rural and Within-Rural Differences.” Journal of Rural Studies 68:319-335.

Monnat, Shannon. 2018. “Drug Overdose Rates Are Highest in Places With the Most Economic and Family Distress.” Casey Research 184:1-4.

Monnat, Shannon. 2017. “Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide Represent Growing Share of US Mortality.” Casey Research 112:1-6.

Monnat, Shannon M. 2019.” Our Problem is Bigger than Opioids.” U.S. News & World Report.

Monnat, Shannon M. 2019. “Is the Opioid Overdose Crisis a Story of Supply or Demand? Depends on Where you Look.” Institute for New Economic Thinking.

Monnat, Shannon. 2018. “Factors Associated with County-Level Differences in U.S. Drug-Related Mortality Rates.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 54(5):611-619.

Monnat, Shannon. 2018. “Drug Overdose Rates are Highest in Places with the Most Economic and Family Distress.” Carsey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire (134).

Monnat, Shannon. and Rigg, Khary K. 2018. “The Opioid Crisis in Rural and Small Town America.” Cassey School of Public Policy, University of New Hampshire (135).

Monnat, Shannon, Peters, David J., Berg, Mark, and Hochstetler, Andrew. 2019. “Using Census Data to Understand County-Level Differences in Overall Drug Mortality and Opioid-Related Mortality by Opioid Type.” American Journal of Public Health 109:1084-1091.

Monnat, Shannon, and Rigg, Khary K. 2015. “Rural Adolescents Are More Likely Than Their Urban Peers to Abuse Rx Painkillers.” Casey Research 32:1-2.

Monnat, Shannon, and Rigg, Khary K. 2018. “The Opioid Crisis in Rural and Small Town America.” Casey Research 185:1-6.

Punch, Alexandra. 2019. “We Should Promote Harm Reduction to Combat the Opioid Overdose Crisis.”Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Rigg, Khary, Monnat, Shannon, and Chavez, Melody. 2018. “Opioid-Related Mortality in Rural America: Geographic Heterogeneity and Intervention Strategies.” Internation Journal of Drug Policy 57:119-129.

Rigg, Khary K., Monnat, Shannon, McLean, Katherine, Verdery, Ashton, and Sterner, Glenn. 2019. “The Stories behind the Struggle: A Closer Look at First Experiences with Opioid Misuse.Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Rigg, Khary K., Monnat, Shannon, and Chavez, Melody. 2018. “Opioid-Related Mortality in Rural America: Geographic Heterogeneity and Intervention Strategies.” International Journal of Drug Policy 57:119-129.

Spivak, Andrew L., Givel, Michael S., and Monnat, Shannon. 2018. “Self-Interest and Public Opinion in Health Policy: Smoking Behavior and Support for Tobacco Control.” Social Theory & Health 16(1):20-43.

Withington, Sean, and Monnat, Shannon. 2019. “The Increase in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome from Opioids Affects us All.Lerner Center Population Health Research Brief Series. Syracuse University Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion.

Zaso, Michelle J., Park, Aesoon, and Antshel, Kevin M. 2015. “Treatments for Adolescents With Comorbid ADHD and Substance Use Disorder: A Systematic Review.” Journal of Attention Disorders.