Prime For Life Publications & Presentations

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Peer Reviewed Publications

  • A comparison of two measures of low response to alcohol among heavy drinking male college students: Implications for indicated prevention (Prevention Science, 2002)  Online Abstract 
     
  • Alcohol Education in Schools: Toward a Lifestyle Risk-Reduction Approach (Journal of School Health, 1984)  Online Abstract
     
  • Methods for quantifying the clinical significance of change during intervention program participation (Evaluation in the Health Professions, 2016)  Online Abstract
     
  • Operating under the influence: Three year recidivism rates for motivation-enhancing versus standard care programs (Accident Analysis and Prevention, 2015)  Full Text Online
     
  • Reports of past alcohol and drug use following participation in a motivation enhancing intervention: Implications for clinical assessment and program evaluation (Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, & Policy, 2012)  Full Text Online
     
  • Short-term outcomes of a motivation-enhancing approach to DUI intervention (Accident Analysis and Prevention, 2012)  Full Text Online
     

Conference Presentations

  • Characterization of young adult impaired driving offenders and response to indicated prevention  Presentation
    Citation:
    Beadnell, B. (2013, May). Characterization of young adult impaired driving offenders and response to indicated prevention. Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting.
     
  • Latent transition analysis versus traditional methods for assessing clinical significance  Poster
    Citation:
    Beadnell, B. (2013). Latent transition analysis versus traditional methods for assessing clinical significance. Society for Prevention Research Annual Meeting.
     
  • Operating under the influence offenders: Three year recidivism rates for a motivation-enhancing intervention versus an alternative program (Research Society on Alcoholism, 2012) (PDF 489 KB)
     
  • Prime for Life 420: A program to reduce high-risk cannabis choices  Poster
    Citation:
    Jorden, D., Dykstra, R. E., & Rosengren, D. (2019, September). Prime for Life 420: A program to reduce high-risk cannabis choices. Poster presented at the NAADAC 2019 Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.
     
  • Recidivism rates for a motivation-enhancing intervention versus other or no program (Utah Fall Substance Abuse Conference, 2012) (PDF 329 KB)
     
  • Short-term outcomes for indicated prevention in a DUI population: Comparison of Prime For Life with another non-confrontational program (Research Society on Alcoholism, 2010) (PDF 140 KB)
     
  • And now for something entirely different… Motivational Interviewing and Persuasion  Presentation
    Citation:
    Rosengren, D.B., Daugherty, R., Zuckoff, A., Moyers, T.M. (2017, September). And now for something entirely different… Motivational Interviewing and Persuasion. Symposium at the 5th International Conference on Motivational Interviewing , Philadelphia, PA.
     
  • Intervening with substance abuse in criminal justice settings: The example of Prime For Life  Presentation
    Citation:
    Crisafulli, M. A., Stafford, P. A., Beadnell, B., & Rosengren, D. B. (2015, March). Intervening with substance abuse in criminal justice settings: The example of Prime For Life. In C. C. DiClemente (Chair), Integrating addictions screening and interventions into opportunistic settings. Symposium conducted at the 3rd Collaborative Perspectives on Addictions conference, Baltimore, MD.
     
  • How accurate is client self-report about baseline substance use?  Poster
    Citation:

    Nason, M., Beadnell, B., Daugherty, R., Rosengren, D.B., & Baldwin, K. (2010, February). How accurate is client self-report about baseline substance use? The timing of questions and intervention conditions appear to matter (for some). Poster presented at The Twelfth International Conference of Treatment of Addictive Behaviors, Santa Fe, NM.