Published on in Vol 8, No 10 (2020): October

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21676, first published .
Development and Acceptability of a Method to Investigate Prescription Drug Misuse in Daily Life: Ecological Momentary Assessment Study

Development and Acceptability of a Method to Investigate Prescription Drug Misuse in Daily Life: Ecological Momentary Assessment Study

Development and Acceptability of a Method to Investigate Prescription Drug Misuse in Daily Life: Ecological Momentary Assessment Study

Journals

  1. Blumenstock S, Papp L. Substance use behaviors in the daily lives of U.S. college students reporting recent use: The varying roles of romantic relationships. Social Science & Medicine 2021;279:114021 View
  2. Barringer A, Papp L, Blumenstock S. Comparing Reported Prescription Drug Misuse between Ecological Momentary Assessment versus Timeline Follow-Back among College Students. Substance Use & Misuse 2022;57(11):1743 View
  3. Blumenstock S, Barber J. Sexual Intercourse Frequency During Pregnancy: Weekly Surveys Among 237 Young Women from A Random Population-Based Sample. The Journal of Sexual Medicine 2022;19(10):1524 View
  4. Papp L, Kouros C, Armstrong L, Curtin J. College students' momentary stress and prescription drug misuse in daily life: Testing direct links and the moderating roles of global stress and coping. Stress and Health 2023;39(2):361 View
  5. Kouros C, Papp L, Kelly B, Blumenstock S. College-based social and situational predictors of real-time prescription drug misuse in daily life. Drug and Alcohol Dependence 2021;227:108969 View
  6. Crisan-Dabija R, Sandu I, Popa I, Scripcariu D, Covic A, Burlacu A. Halotherapy—An Ancient Natural Ally in the Management of Asthma: A Comprehensive Review. Healthcare 2021;9(11):1604 View
  7. Barringer A, Papp L, Gu P. College students’ sense of belonging in times of disruption: prospective changes from before to during the COVID-19 pandemic. Higher Education Research & Development 2023;42(6):1309 View
  8. Papp L, Kouros C. Other momentary substance behaviors as predictors of college students’ prescription drug misuse in daily life: an exploratory study. Addiction Research & Theory 2023:1 View
  9. Kouros C, Papp L. College Students’ prescription drug misuse over time and links with their mental health and well-being. Addictive Behaviors 2024;149:107895 View
  10. Brown J, Barringer A, Kouros C, Papp L. Examining enduring effects of COVID-19 on college students' internalizing and externalizing problems: A four-year longitudinal analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders 2024;351:551 View
  11. Ottenstein C, Hasselhorn K, Lischetzke T. Measurement reactivity in ambulatory assessment: Increase in emotional clarity over time independent of sampling frequency. Behavior Research Methods 2024 View
  12. Tyler K, Eisenbraun A, Habecker P, Khan B. A Feasibility and Acceptability Study Using Ecological Momentary Assessment to Evaluate Drug Use Patterns Among Midwestern People Who Use Drugs. Journal of Drug Issues 2024 View