Peer Reviewed Literature and Scholarly Publications

2023 Publications

2022 Publications

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2021 Publications

Rolland, B., Scholl, L., Suryanarayanan, S., Hatfield, P., Judge, K., Sorkness, C., Burnside, E., & Brasier, A. R. (2021). Operationalization, implementation, and evaluation of Collaboration Planning: A pilot interventional study of nascent translational teams. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science, 5(1), e23, Article e23.

Pollock, E. A., Gennuso, K. P., Givens, M. L., & Kindig, D. (2021). Trends in infants born at low birthweight and disparities by maternal race and education from 2003 to 2018 in the United States. BMC Public Health, 21(1), 1117.

Poehlmann-Tynan, J., Cuthrell, H., Weymouth, L., Burnson, C., Frerks, L., Muentner, L., Holder, N., Milavetz, Z., Lauter, L., Hindt, L., Davis, L., Schubert, E., & Shlafer, R. (2021). Multisite randomized efficacy trial of educational materials for young children with incarcerated parents. Development and Psychopathology, 33(1), 323-339.

Nguyen, T. Q., Michaels, I. H., Bustamante-Zamora, D., Waterman, B., Nagasako, E., Li, Y., Givens, M. L., & Gennuso, K. (2021). Practice Full Report: Generating Subcounty Health Data Products: Methods and Recommendations From a Multistate Pilot Initiative. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 27(1), E40.

Muentner, L., Kapoor, A., Weymouth, L., & Poehlmann-Tynan, J. (2021). Getting under the skin: Physiological stress and witnessing paternal arrest in young children with incarcerated fathers. Developmental Psychobiology, 63(5), 1568-1582.

Moberg, D. P., & Paltzer, J. (2021). Clinical Recognition of Substance Use Disorders in Medicaid Primary Care Associated With Universal Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT). Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 82(6), 700-709.

Joyner, H., Weymouth, L., Skalitzky, E., & Hillert, S. (2021). Wisconsin School Wellness Policies after Federal Legislation Change: Understanding Key Mechanisms of Policy Improvement. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 121(5), 872-882.

Institute, U. o. W. P. H., & California-Riverside, U. o. (2021). Compendium on Civic Engagement and Population Health  U. C. R. C. f. S. Innovation.

Hughes-Cromwick, P., Kindig, D., Magnan, S., Gourevitch, M., & Teutsch, S. M. (2021). The Reallocationists Versus The Direct Allocationists. Health Affairs Forefront.

Givens, M. L., Gennuso, K. P., Pollock, E. A., & Johnson, S. L. (2021). Deconstructing inequities—transparent values in measurement and analytic choices. In (Vol. 384, pp. 1861-1865): Mass Medical Soc. 

Gennuso, K. P., Pollock, E. A., & Roubal, A. M. (2021). Life Expectancy At The US-Mexico Border: Evidence Of Disparities By Place, Race, And Ethnicity: Study examines life expectancy at the US-Mexico border by place, race, and ethnicity. Health Affairs, 40(7), 1038-1046.

Faust, V., Pollard, E., Welch, K., Hilgendorf, A., Reiter, G., Brown, T., Thunder, C., Wescott, S., Wilber, D., & Christens, B. D. (2021). Building power through reindigenization: Sharing the story of Menīkānaehkem. Journal of Community Psychology, 49(8), 3162-3177.

Bonham-Werling, J., Passmore, S., Hendricks, K., Bednarz, L., Faust, V., Talaga, A., & Smith, M. (2021). Co-designing to advance community health and health equity in Wisconsin: Building the Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science, 5(1), e87.

2020 Publications

Vigna, A. J., Poehlmann-Tynan, J., & Koenig, B. W. (2020). Is Self-Compassion Protective Among Sexual- and Gender-Minority Adolescents Across Racial Groups? Mindfulness, 11(3), 800-815.

Thakur, T., Barnet, J. H., LeCaire, T., Bersch, A., Peppard, P., Malecki, K., & Moberg, D. P. (2020). Prescribed Opiate use in Wisconsin from 2008–2016: Findings from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin (SHOW). WMJ: official publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, 119(2), 102.

Tanner-Smith, E. E., Nichols, L. M., Loan, C. M., Finch, A. J., & Moberg, D. P. (2020). Recovery High School Attendance Effects on Student Delinquency and Substance Use: the Moderating Role of Social Problem Solving Styles. Prevention Science, 21(8), 1104-1113.

Skalitzky, E., Joyner, H., & Weymouth, L. (2020). Local Data for Action: Statewide Dissemination of School Wellness Policy Evaluations in Wisconsin. Health Promotion Practice, 23(1), 118-127.

Shlafer, R. J., Davis, L., Hindt, L., Weymouth, L., Cuthrell, H., Burnson, C., & Poehlmann-Tynan, J. (2020). Fathers in Jail and their Minor Children: Paternal Characteristics and Associations with Father-Child Contact. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 29(3), 791-801.

Poehlmann-Tynan, J., Engbretson, A., Vigna, A. B., Weymouth, L. A., Burnson, C., Zahn-Waxler, C., Kapoor, A., Gerstein, E. D., Fanning, K. A., & Raison, C. L. (2020). Cognitively-Based Compassion Training for parents reduces cortisol in infants and young children. Infant Mental Health Journal, 41(1), 126-144.

Kindig, D. A. (2020). Using Uncommon Data to Promote Common Ground for Reducing Infant Mortality. Milbank Quarterly, 98(1), 18-21.

Johnson, S., & Golden, R. (2020). A Health Equity Mindset.

Johnson, S., Gold, M. R., & Baciu, A. (2020). Rethinking the Leading Health Indicators for Healthy People 2030. JAMA Health Forum, 1(5), e200426-e200426.

Givens, M. L., Catlin, B. B., Johnson, S. P., Pollock, E. A., Faust, V. N., Inzeo, P. T., & Kindig, D. A. (2020). What Do We Know About the Drivers of Health and Equity? A Narrative Review of Graphic Representations. Health Equity, 4(1), 446-462.

Engbretson, A. M., Poehlmann-Tynan, J. A., Zahn-Waxler, C. J., Vigna, A. J., Gerstein, E. D., & Raison, C. L. (2020). Effects of Cognitively-Based Compassion Training on parenting interactions and children’s empathy. Mindfulness, 11(12), 2841-2852.

Bryant, A., Walsh-Felz, A., Jacklitz, J., & Lindberg, S. (2020). The impact of a community resource navigator program on patient trust. WMJ: official publication of the State Medical Society of Wisconsin, 119(3), 190.

Brunner, M. C., Sheehan, S. E., Yanke, E. M., Sittig, D. F., Safdar, N., Hill, B., Lee, K. S., Orwin, J. F., Vanness, D. J., & Hildebrand, C. J. (2020). Joint design with providers of clinical decision support for value-based advanced shoulder imaging. Applied Clinical Informatics, 11(01), 142-152.

2019 Publications

Wolf, L., Vigna, A. J., Inzeo, P. T., Ceraso, M., & Wolff, T. (2019). From Roots to Results: A Qualitative Case Study of the Evolution of a Public Health Leadership Institute Building Capacity in Collaborating for Equity and Justice. Health Education and Behavior, 46(1_suppl), 33S-43S.

Weymouth, L., Joyner, H., Skalitzky, E., Cotter, A., Engstrom, K., & Jorgensen, L. (2019). School Wellness in Wisconsin: Evaluating Policies for Practices to Prevent Pediatric Obesity. Journal of School Health, 89(6), 503-511.

Weimer, D. L., Moberg, P., French, F., Tanner-Smith, E. E., & Finch, A. J. (2019). Net Benefits of Recovery High Schools: Higher Cost but Increased Sobriety and Educational Attainment. J Ment Health Policy Econ, 22(3), 109-120.

Terry, M. B., Michels, K. B., Brody, J. G., Byrne, C., Chen, S., Jerry, D. J., Malecki, K. M. C., Martin, M. B., Miller, R. L., & Neuhausen, S. L. (2019). Environmental exposures during windows of susceptibility for breast cancer: a framework for prevention research. Breast Cancer Research, 21(1), 1-16.

Tanner-Smith, E. E., Finch, A. J., Hennessy, E. A., & Moberg, D. P. (2019). Effects of Recovery High School Attendance on Students’ Mental Health Symptoms. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 17(2), 181-190.

Poehlmann-Tynan, J., Cuthrell, H., Weymouth, L., & Burnson, C. (2019). Incarcerated parents. In M. C. K. D.-D. E. N. J. B. H. Fiese & M. A. Whisman (Eds.), APA handbook of contemporary family.

Paltzer, J., Moberg, D. P., Burns, M., & Brown, R. L. (2019). Health Care Utilization After Paraprofessional-administered Substance Use Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment: A Multi-level Cost-offset Analysis. Medical Care, 57(9), 673-679.

Muentner, L., Holder, N., Burnson, C., Runion, H., Weymouth, L., & Poehlmann-Tynan, J. (2019). Jailed Parents and their Young Children: Residential Instability, Homelessness, and Behavior Problems. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 28(2), 370-386.

Heller, J. (2019). Connecting the Dots: Healthy Inequalities, Power, and the Potential for Public Health’s Transformational Role Connecting the Dots: Healthy Inequalities, Power, and the Potential for Public Health’s Transformational Role.

Goodrich, J., Lecoanet, R., & Peterson, D. (2019). Wisconsin’s Youth Empowered Solutions Monitors and Improves Participant Outcomes (Focal Point, Issue. R. R. I. f. H. Services.

Fiese, B. H., Celano, M. E., Deater-Deckard, K. E., Jouriles, E. N., & Whisman, M. A. (2019). APA handbook of contemporary family psychology: Applications and broad impact of family psychology, Vol. 2. American Psychological Association.

Charron, L. M., Joyner, H. R., LaGro Jr, J., & Walker, J. G. (2019). Research note: Development of a comprehensive plan scorecard for healthy, active rural communities. Landscape and Urban Planning, 190, 103582.

Burnson, C., & Weymouth, L. (2019). Infants and Young Children with Incarcerated Parents. In J. M. Eddy & J. Poehlmann-Tynan (Eds.), Handbook on Children with Incarcerated Parents: Research, Policy, and Practice (pp. 85-99). Springer International Publishing.

Brown, H. W., Braun, E. J., Wise, M. E., Myers, S., Li, Z., Sampene, E., Jansen, S. M., Moberg, D. P., Mahoney, J. E., & Rogers, R. G. (2019). Small-Group, Community-Member Intervention for Urinary and Bowel Incontinence: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Obstetrics and Gynecology, 134(3), 600-610.

2018 Publications

Tinner, L., Caldwell, D., Hickman, M., MacArthur, G. J., Gottfredson, D., Lana Perez, A., Moberg, D. P., Wolfe, D., & Campbell, R. (2018). Examining subgroup effects by socioeconomic status of public health interventions targeting multiple risk behaviour in adolescence. BMC Public Health, 18(1), 1180.

Tanner-Smith, E. E., Finch, A. J., Hennessy, E. A., & Moberg, D. P. (2018). Who attends recovery high schools after substance use treatment? A descriptive analysis of school aged youth. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 89, 20-27.

Kramer, R. D., Higgins, J. A., Godecker, A. L., & Ehrenthal, D. B. (2018). Racial and ethnic differences in patterns of long-acting reversible contraceptive use in the United States, 2011-2015. Contraception, 97(5), 399-404.

Kim, Y., Dykema, J., Stevenson, J., Black, P., & Moberg, D. P. (2018). Straightlining: Overview of Measurement, Comparison of Indicators, and Effects in Mail–Web Mixed-Mode Surveys. Social Science Computer Review, 37(2), 214-233.

Glurich, I., Schwei, K. M., Lindberg, S., Shimpi, N., & Acharya, A. (2018). Integrating Medical-Dental Care for Diabetic Patients: Qualitative Assessment of Provider Perspectives. Health Promot Pract, 19(4), 531-541.

Givens, M. L., Kindig, D., Inzeo, P. T., & Faust, V. (2018). Power: the Most fundamental cause of health inequity? Health Affairs Forefront.

Friedsam, D. (2018). Does the Rural-Urban Frame Help Explain Health Status? Health Affairs Forefront.

Finch, A. J., Tanner-Smith, E., Hennessy, E., & Moberg, D. P. (2018). Recovery high schools: Effect of schools supporting recovery from substance use disorders. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 44(2), 175-184.

Bradley, S., Vitous, C. A., Walsh-Felz, A., & Himmelgreen, D. (2018). Food insecurity and healthcare decision making among mobile food pantry clients in Tampa Bay. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 57(3), 206-222.

2017 Publications

Sayavedra, N., Hogle, J. A., & Moberg, D. P. (2017). Using publication data to evaluate a Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) career development program: Early outcomes from KL2 scholars. J Clin Transl Sci, 1(6), 352-360.

Poehlmann-Tynan, J., Burnson, C., Runion, H., & Weymouth, L. A. (2017). Attachment in young children with incarcerated fathers. Development and Psychopathology, 29(2), 389-404.

Paltzer, J., Brown, R. L., Burns, M., Moberg, D. P., Mullahy, J., Sethi, A. K., & Weimer, D. (2017). Substance Use Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment Among Medicaid Patients in Wisconsin: Impacts on Healthcare Utilization and Costs. Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research, 44(1), 102-112.

Maslowsky, J., Whelan Capell, J., Moberg, D. P., & Brown, R. L. (2017). Universal School-Based Implementation of Screening Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment to Reduce and Prevent Alcohol, Marijuana, Tobacco, and Other Drug Use: Process and Feasibility. Substance Abuse, 11, 1178221817746668.

Dague, L., DeLeire, T., & Leininger, L. (2017). The effect of public insurance coverage for childless adults on labor supply. American Economic Journal: Economic Policy, 9(2), 124-154.

2016 Publications

Traun, B. D., Flood, T. L., Meinen, A., Daniels, M., & Remington, P. L. (2016). A Qualitative Pilot Study of Pediatricians’ Approach to Childhood Obesity. WMJ, 115(3), 134-138; quiz 139.

Sheehan, S. E., Coburn, J. A., Singh, H., Vanness, D. J., Sittig, D. F., Moberg, D. P., Safdar, N., Lee, K. S., & Brunner, M. C. (2016). Reducing Unnecessary Shoulder MRI Examinations Within a Capitated Health Care System: A Potential Role for Shoulder Ultrasound. J Am Coll Radiol, 13(7), 780-787.

Ryan, K., Pillai, P., Remington, P. L., Malecki, K., & Lindberg, S. (2016). Development of an Obesity Prevention Dashboard for Wisconsin. WMJ, 115(5), 224-227.

Priess-Groban, H., & Lindberg, S. (2016). Gender Intensification. In R. Levesque (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Adolescence. Springer.

Poehlmann-Tynan, J., Vigna, A. B., Weymouth, L. A., Gerstein, E. D., Burnson, C., Zabransky, M., Lee, P., & Zahn-Waxler, C. (2016). A pilot study of contemplative practices with economically disadvantaged preschoolers: Children’s empathic and self-regulatory behaviors. Mindfulness, 7(1), 46-58.

Meinen, A., Hilgendorf, A., Korth, A. L., Christens, B. D., Breuer, C., Joyner, H., Polzin, M., Adams, A., Wolfe, D., Braun, A., Hoiting, J., Paulson, J., Cullen, B., & Stader, K. (2016). The Wisconsin Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Initiative: An Example of Statewide Collective Impact. WMJ, 115(5), 269-274.

Martinez-Donate, A. P., Espino, J. V., Meinen, A., Escaron, A. L., Roubal, A., Nieto, J., & Malecki, K. (2016). Neighborhood Disparities in the Restaurant Food Environment. WMJ, 115(5), 251-258.

Lindberg, S. M., DeBoth, A., & Anderson, C. K. (2016). Effect of a Best Practice Alert on Gestational Weight Gain, Health Services, and Pregnancy Outcomes. Matern Child Health J, 20(10), 2169-2178.

Lindberg, S., Anderson, C., Pillai, P., Tandias, A., Arndt, B., & Hanrahan, L. (2016). Prevalence and Predictors of Unhealthy Weight Gain in Pregnancy. WMJ, 115(5), 233-237.

Laudet, A. B., Harris, K., Kimball, T., Winters, K. C., & Moberg, D. P. (2016). In college and in recovery: Reasons for joining a Collegiate Recovery Program. Journal of American College Health, 64(3), 238-246.

Hilgendorf, A., Stedman, J., Inzeo, P. T., McCall, A., Burrows, J., Krueger, S., Christens, B., Pollard, E., Meinen, A., Korth, A., Wolf, L., & Adams, A. (2016). Lessons From a Pilot Community-Driven Approach for Obesity Prevention. WMJ, 115(5), 275-279.

Gregor, L., Remington, P. L., Lindberg, S., & Ehrenthal, D. (2016). Prevalence of Pre-pregnancy Obesity, 2011-2014. WMJ, 115(5), 228-232.

Eggers, S., Remington, P. L., Ryan, K., Nieto, J., Peppard, P., & Malecki, K. (2016). Obesity Prevalence and Health Consequences: Findings From the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin, 2008-2013. WMJ, 115(5), 238-244.

Bowser, J., Martinez-Donate, A. P., Carrel, A., Allen, D. B., & Moberg, D. P. (2016). Disparities in Fitness and Physical Activity Among Children. WMJ, 115(5), 245-250.

Adams, A. K., Christens, B., Meinen, A., Korth, A., Remington, P. L., Lindberg, S., & Schoeller, D. (2016). The Obesity Prevention Initiative: A Statewide Effort to Improve Child Health in Wisconsin. WMJ, 115(5), 220-223, 250.

2015 Publications

Witt, W. P., Wisk, L. E., Cheng, E. R., Mandell, K., Chatterjee, D., Wakeel, F., Godecker, A. L., & Zarak, D. (2015). Determinants of cesarean delivery in the US: a lifecourse approach. Matern Child Health J, 19(1), 84-93.

Laudet, A. B., Harris, K., Kimball, T., Winters, K. C., & Moberg, D. P. (2015). Characteristics of students participating in collegiate recovery programs: a national survey. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 51, 38-46.

Anderson, C. K., Walch, T. J., Lindberg, S. M., Smith, A. M., Lindheim, S. R., & Whigham, L. D. (2015). Excess Gestational Weight Gain in Low-Income Overweight and Obese Women: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 47(5), 404-411.e401.

2014 Publications

Moberg, D. P., Finch, A. J., & Lindsley, S. M. (2014). Recovery High Schools: Students and Responsive Academic and Therapeutic Services. Peabody J Educ, 89(2), 165-182.

Moberg, D. P., Bowser, J., Burd, L., Elliott, A. J., Punyko, J., & Wilton, G. (2014). Fetal alcohol syndrome surveillance: age of syndrome manifestation in case ascertainment. Birth Defects Research. Part A: Clinical and Molecular Teratology, 100(9), 663-669.

Leininger, L. J., Friedsam, D., Voskuil, K., & DeLeire, T. (2014). Predicting high-need cases among new Medicaid enrollees. American Journal of Managed Care, 20(9), e399-407.

Laudet, A., Harris, K., Kimball, T., Winters, K. C., & Moberg, D. P. (2014). Collegiate Recovery Communities Programs: What do we know and what do we need to know? J Soc Work Pract Addict, 14(1), 84-100.

Hogle, J. A., & Moberg, D. P. (2014). Success case studies contribute to evaluation of complex research infrastructure. Evaluation and the Health Professions, 37(1), 98-113.

Friedsam, D. (2014). Different Parts of the Same Elephant: Medicaid Research and State Expansion Decisions. Health Affairs Forefront.

Finch, A. J., Moberg, D. P., & Krupp, A. L. (2014). Continuing Care in High Schools: A Descriptive Study of Recovery High School Programs. Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse, 23(2), 116-129.

Dague, L., DeLeire, T., Friedsam, D., Leininger, L., Meier, S., & Voskuil, K. (2014). What fraction of Medicaid enrollees have private insurance coverage at the time of enrollment? Estimates from administrative data. Inquiry, 51.

Dague, L. (2014). The effect of Medicaid premiums on enrollment: a regression discontinuity approach. Journal of Health Economics, 37, 1-12.

Burns, M. E., Dague, L., DeLeire, T., Dorsch, M., Friedsam, D., Leininger, L. J., Palmucci, G., Schmelzer, J., & Voskuil, K. (2014). The effects of expanding public insurance to rural low‐income childless adults. Health Services Research, 49(S2), 2173-2187.

Brown, R. L., Moberg, P. D., Allen, J. B., Peterson, C. T., Saunders, L. A., Croyle, M. D., Lecoanet, R. M., Linnan, S. M., Briedenbach, K., & Caldwell, S. B. (2014). A team approach to systematic behavioral screening and intervention. American Journal of Managed Care, 20(4), e113-121.

2013 Publications

Wilton, G., Moberg, D. P., Van Stelle, K. R., Dold, L. L., Obmascher, K., & Goodrich, J. (2013). A randomized trial comparing telephone versus in-person brief intervention to reduce the risk of an alcohol-exposed pregnancy. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 45(5), 389-394.

Paltzer, J., Black, P., & Moberg, D. P. (2013). Evaluating Community Readiness to Implement Environmental and Policy-Based Alcohol Abuse Prevention Strategies in Wisconsin. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 57(3), 27-50.

DeLeire, T., Dague, L., Leininger, L., Voskuil, K., & Friedsam, D. (2013). Wisconsin experience indicates that expanding public insurance to low-income childless adults has health care impacts. Health Affairs, 32(6), 1037-1045.

2012 Publications

DeLeire, T., Leininger, L., Dague, L., Mok, S., & Friedsam, D. (2012). Wisconsin’s experience with Medicaid auto-enrollment: lessons for other states. Medicare Medicaid Res Rev, 2(2).

Carrel, A. L., Bowser, J., White, D., Moberg, D. P., Weaver, B., Hisgen, J., Eickhoff, J., & Allen, D. B. (2012). Standardized childhood fitness percentiles derived from school-based testing. Journal of Pediatrics, 161(1), 120-124.

2011 Publications

Leininger, L. J., Friedsam, D., Dague, L., Mok, S., Hynes, E., Bergum, A., Aksamitauskas, M., Oliver, T., & DeLeire, T. (2011). Wisconsin’s BadgerCare Plus Reform: Impact on Low-Income Families’ Enrollment and Retention in Public Coverage. Health Services Research, 46(1p2), 336-347.

Dague, L., DeLeire, T., Friedsam, D., Kuo, D., Leininger, L., Meier, S., & Voskuil, K. (2011). Estimates of Crowd-Out from a Public Health Insurance Expansion Using Administrative Data.

2005-2010 Publications

Wilton, G., Moberg, D. P., & Fleming, M. F. (2009). The effect of brief alcohol intervention on postpartum depression. MCN: American Journal of Maternal Child Nursing, 34(5), 297-302.

Remington, P. L., Moberg, D. P., Booske, B. C., Ceraso, M., Friedsam, D., & Kindig, D. A. (2009). Dissemination research: the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute. WMJ, 108(5), 236-239, 255.

Getzin, A. E., Knox, K. E., Bergum, A., Read, L., Jenkins, C., Rieselbach, R., Kniss, C., Oliver, T. R., & Friedsam, D. (2009). Wisconsin physician opinions on health care reform. WMJ, 108(6), 302-309.

Moberg, D. P., & Finch, A. J. (2008). Recovery High Schools: A Descriptive Study of School Programs and Students. J Groups Addict Recover, 2, 128-161.

Leonhardt, K. K., Pagel, P., Bonin, D., Moberg, D. P., Dvorak, M. L., & Hatlie, M. J. (2008). Creating an accurate medication list in the outpatient setting through a patient-centered approach. Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches (Vol. 3: Performance and Tools).

Knox, K. E., Getzin, A., Bergum, A., McBride, P., Rieselbach, R., & Friedsam, D. (2008). Short report: factors that affect specialty choice and career plans of Wisconsin’s medical students. WMJ, 107(8), 369-373.

Friedsam, D., & Rieselbach, R. (2008). The ailing health care system: SOAP note for physician leadership. Wisconsin Medical Journal (WMJ), 107(8), 363.

Lackey, J. F., Borkin, S. S., Torti, V., Welnetz, T., & Moberg, D. P. (2007). Behind the Findings: Yes, the Science Explorations Program Worked, but Why? Curator: The Museum Journal, 50(3), 319-340.

Lackey, J., & Moberg, D. (2007). Understanding the Onset of Intercourse among Urban American Adolescents: A Cultural Process Framework Using Qualitative and Quantitative Data. Human Organization, 57(4), 491-501.

Warren, K., Moberg, D. P., & McDonald, L. (2006). FAST and the arms race: the interaction of group aggression and the families and schools together program in the aggressive and delinquent behaviors of inner-city elementary school students. Journal of Primary Prevention, 27(1), 27-45.

Roberts, R. G., Friedsam, D., Beasley, J. W., Helstad, C., & Moberg, D. P. (2006). The state of quality reports: comparing states by their rankings. WMJ, 105(8), 60-66.

McDonald, L., Moberg, D. P., Brown, R., Rodriguez-Espiricueta, I., Flores, N. I., Burke, M. P., & Coover, G. (2006). After-School Multifamily Groups: A Randomized Controlled Trial Involving Low-Income, Urban, Latino Children. Children & Schools, 28(1), 25-34.

Bandi, P., Remington, P. L., & Moberg, D. P. (2006). Progress in reducing cigarette consumption: the Wisconsin tobacco control program, 2001-2003. WMJ, 105(5), 45-49.

Warren, K., Schoppelrey, S., Moberg, D. P., & McDonald, M. (2005). A model of contagion through competition in the aggressive behaviors of elementary school students. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 33(3), 283-292.

Ahrens, D., Bandi, P., Ullsvik, J., & Moberg, D. P. (2005). Who smokes? A demographic analysis of Wisconsin smokers. WMJ, 104(4), 18-22.

2000-2004 Publications

Van Stelle, K. R., & Moberg, D. P. (2004). Outcome Data for MICA Clients After Participation in an Institutional Therapeutic Community. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 39(1), 37-62.

Van Stelle, K. R., Blumer, C., & Moberg, D. P. (2004). Treatment retention of dually diagnosed offenders in an institutional therapeutic community. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 22(4), 585-597.

Andrews, J. C., Netemeyer, R. G., Burton, S., Moberg, D. P., & Christiansen, A. (2004). Understanding Adolescent Intentions to Smoke: An Examination of Relationships among Social Influence, Prior Trial Behavior, and Antitobacco Campaign Advertising. Journal of Marketing, 68(3), 110-123. 10.1509/jmkg.

Friedsam, D., Haug, G., Rust, M., & Lake, A. (2003). Tribal benefits counseling program: expanding health care opportunities for tribal members. American Journal of Public Health, 93(10), 1634-1636.

Goodrich, J., & Taber, E. (2002). Pathways to Recovery Madison and Dane County Preliminary Evaluation Report.

Moberg, D. P., & Rettammel, R. J. (2001). Tobacco use trends and correlates among students in the Madison Metropolitan School District. WMJ, 100(3), 43-48.

McDonald, L., & Moberg, D. (2001). FAST strategies for increasing involvement of all parents in schools and preventing drug abuse. In (Vol. Improving prevention effectiveness). Greensboro, NC: Tabglewood Research.

Piper, D. L., Moberg, D. P., & King, M. J. (2000). The Healthy for Life Project: Behavioral Outcomes. Journal of Primary Prevention, 21(1), 47-73.

Van Stelle, K. R., Allen, G. A., & Moberg, D. P. (1998). Alcohol and Drug Prevention Among American Indian Families: The Family Circles Program. Drugs & Society, 12(1-2), 53-60.

1988-1999 Publications

Van Stelle, K. R., Allen, G. A., & Moberg, D. P. (1998). Alcohol and Drug Prevention Among American Indian Families: The Family Circles Program. Drugs & Society, 12(1-2), 53-60.

Moberg, D. P., & Piper, D. L. (1998). The Healthy for Life project: sexual risk behavior outcomes. AIDS Education and Prevention, 10(2), 128-148.

FitzGerald, C. J., Havisto, P., & Dobbe, C. (1998). Creation of a Cookbook—Tribal Cooking: Traditional Stories and Favorite Recipes. Journal of Nutrition Education, 30(5), 346-347.

Schulz, R., Scheckler, W. E., Moberg, D. P., & Johnson, P. R. (1997). Changing nature of physician satisfaction with health maintenance organization and fee-for-service practices. Journal of Family Practice, 45(4), 321-330.

Moberg, D., Fuller, D., Gossage, P., Littman, P., Mulvey, K., & Shwartz, M. (1997). The Target Cities Program: Management information systems for drug abuse treatment. In. New York: Information Systems for Community Health.

Lackey, J. F., Moberg, D. P., & Balistrieri, M. (1997). By whose standards? Reflections on empowerment evaluation and grassroots groups. Evaluation Practice, 18(2), 137-146.

Krahn, D., Piper, D., King, M., Olson, L., Kurth, C., & Paul Moberg, D. (1996). Dieting in sixth grade predicts alcohol use in ninth grade. Journal of Substance Abuse, 8(3), 293-301.

Scheckler, W. E., Schulz, R., & Moberg, P. (1994). Physician satisfaction with the development of HMOs in Dane County: 1983-1993. Wisconsin Medical Journal, 93(8), 444-446.

Hill, H., Piper, D., & Moberg, D. P. (1994). “US Planning Prevention for Them”: The Social Construction of Community Prevention for Youth. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 15(1), 65-90.

Gustafson, D. H., Bosworth, K., Treece, C., Wu, Y. C., Palmer, C. G., Moberg, D. P., & Hawkins, R. P. (1994). Predicting adolescent problem use of marijuana: development and testing of a Bayesian model. International Journal of the Addictions, 29(7), 861-886.

Moberg, D. P., & Piper, D. L. (1990). An outcome evaluation of project model health: a middle school health promotion program. Health Education Quarterly, 17(1), 37-51.

Jones, R. B., & Moberg, D. P. (1988). Correlates of smokeless tobacco use in a male adolescent population. American Journal of Public Health, 78(1), 61-63.