Research Publications


Research Department publications as of 6/10:

Schindler, E., Penn, P., & Reid, M. (2010). Smoking and substance use disorders. In E. V. Nunes, J. Selzer, P. Levounis, & C. Davies (Eds.), Substance dependence and co-occurring psychiatric disorders: best practices for diagnosis and treatment. Kingston, New Jersey: Civic Research Institute, Inc.

Velten, E., & Penn, P. (2010). REBT for People with Co-Occurring Problems: Albert Ellis in the Wilds of Arizona. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press, 464pp.

Gallagher, S.M., Penn, P.E., Schindler, E. & Layne, W. (2008). Comparing smoking cessation treatments for persons with schizophrenia and other serious mental illness. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 39(4), 487-497.

Brooks, A.J., Malfait, J., Brooke, D., Gallagher, S.M., & Penn, P.E. (2007). Consumer perspectives on co-occurring disorders treatment. Journal of Drug Issues, 37(2), 299-320.

Gallagher, S.M., Brooks, A.J. & Penn, P.E. (2006). Chronic illness, pain, and health behaviors of community behavioral health clients. Psychological Services, 215-226.

Gallagher, S.M., Penn, P.E., Brooks, A.J. & Feldman, J. (2006). Comparing the CAAPE, a new assessment for co-occurring disorders, with the SCID. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 30(1), 63-65.

Penn, P. E. (2004). Evaluation of ADMIRE Plus for Co-occurring Disorders: Final Report (Grant No. KD1 TI12539). Center for Substance Abuse Treatment, Rockville, MD.

Penn, P. E., Plascencia, C. E., Gardner, J. K. (2004). ADMIRE Plus: A Treatment Program for Persons With Co-occurring Disorders. Tucson, AZ: La Frontera Center, Inc.

Penn, P., & Schindler, E. (2003, October). Clinical treatment provider snapshot survey†on†co-occurring disorders. Clinical Trials Network Bulletin, 03-22.

Brooks, A. J., & Penn, P.E. (2003). Comparing treatments for dual diagnosis: Twelve step and Self-Management and Recovery Training. American Journal of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, 29(2 ), 359-383.

Penn, P. E., Brooks, A.J., & Worsham, B.K. (2002). Treatment concerns of women with dual diagnosis. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 34(4), 355-362.

Penn, P., Bertenshaw, S., Wilson, J., & Schindler, E. (2001). Evaluation of ADMIRE Plus: An integrated dual diagnosis treatment program. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 63, (S1), 120.

Brooks, A. J., & Penn, P. E. (2001). Training issues in the treatment of persons with dual diagnosis. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 63, (S1), 19.

Penn, P. E., & Brooks, A. J. (2000). Five years, twelve steps, and REBT in the treatment of dual diagnosis. Journal of Rational Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, 18, 197ñ208.

Penn, P., DeWitt, B., Duran, R., & Winningham, W. (2000). Treatment concerns of women with dual diagnosis. NIDA Research Monograph Series, No. 180. Washington, DC: NIDA, 262.

Penn, P. E., & Brooks, A. J. (1999). Comparing Substance Abuse Treatments for Dual Diagnosis: Final Report. (Grant No. R01-DA08537). National Institute on Drug Abuse, Rockville, MD.

Penn, P., Winningham, W., Duran, R., McDavit, S., DeWitt, B., Mosley, G., & Wilson, J. (1999). Evaluating treatments for dual diagnosis: SMART and 12-Step. NIDA Research Monograph Series, No. 179. Washington, DC: NIDA, 213.

Penn, P., Duran, R., Winningham, W., & McDavit, S. (1998). Comparing treatments for dual diagnosis. NIDA Research Monograph Series, No. 178. Washington, DC: NIDA, 254.

Winningham, W., Penn, P., Velten, E., & Parker, J. (1997). Process Evaluation Methods for 12-Step and REBT day treatment programs. NIDA Research Monograph Series, No. 178. Washington, DC: NIDA, 329.

Penn, P. E. (1994). Using diaries for assessment and management of symptoms. Proceedings of the 1992/94 International Symposia on Symptom Management, San Francisco, CA: University of California San Francisco.

Meek, P., & Penn, P. E. (1993). Getting inside the black box: cognitive appraisal. Communicating Nursing Research, 26, 346.