Karen Jennison

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS

Juried Articles:

  • Alcohol, Drugs and Society in The Sociology of Alcohol and Drugs: Syllabi and Teaching Materials. American Sociological Association: Washington, D.C. 2005.
  • The Short Term Effects and Unintended Long Term Consequences of Binge Drinking in College: A 10 Year Follow up Study, The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 30:659-684, 2004
  • Parental Alcoholism as a Risk Factor for DSM-IV Alcohol Abuse and Dependence in American Women: The Protective Benefits of Dyadic Cohesion in Marital Communication, American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 27(2): 349-374, 2001.
  • Alcohol Dependence in Adult Children of Alcoholics: Longitudinal Evidence of Early Risk, Journal of Drug Education, 28: 19-37, 1998.
  • Resilience to Drinking Vulnerability in Women with Alcoholic Parents: The Moderating Effects of Dyadic Cohesion in Marital Communication, Substance Use and Misuse, 32: 1461-89, November 1997.
  • Drinking Induced Blackouts among Young Adults: Results from a National Longitudinal Study, The International Journal of the Addictions, 29: 23-50, 1994.
  • Stressful Loss and the Buffering Effect of Social Support on Drinking Behavior Among African-Americans: Results of a National Survey, Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 39(2):1-24,1994. (co- author)
  • The Impact of Stressful Life Events and Social Support on Drinking among Older Adults: A General Population Survey, The International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 35:99-123, 1992.
  • The Drinking-Smoking Syndrome and Social Context, The International Journal of the Addictions, 27:749-92, 1992 (Co- author)
  • Women, Role Loss and Drinking: A Test of the Buffering Model in a U.S. National Survey, Social Pharmacology, 3:337-74, 1989. (Co- author)
  • The Violent Older Offender, Federal Probation, September 1986: 60-65

Reprints\Referenced Summaries of Published Articles:

  • The Drinking-Smoking Syndrome and Social Context. Prevention Pipeline (November/December, 1992) 92-0226. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. National Institute of Alcohol and Alcohol Abuse. Washington, D.C.
  • The Drinking-Smoking Syndrome and Social Context. Bibliography on_Smoking and Health: Selected Annotations. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Public Health Service. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. Office on Smoking and Health. Atlanta, Georgia, 1992-93, p. 252.
  • The Drinking-Smoking Syndrome and Social Context. Monday Morning Report. Alcohol Research Information Service (ARIS), 1993.

Juried Abstracts:

  • Epidemiology of Alcohol and the Elderly. NIAAA website ww.nih.gov/niaaa,1999
  • Parental Alcoholism as a Risk Factor for DSM-IV Alcohol Abuse and Dependence in American Women: Another Look at the Moderating Effects of Dyadic Cohesion in Marital Communication Using Latent Structural Models. Sociological Abstracts, #99S38215/1999/11926. American Sociological Association, August 1999
  • The Influence of Workplace Stressors on Alcohol and Tobacco Use: A Longitudinal Study of White Collar Workers. American Public Health Association Abstracts, #2009.1. American Public Health Association: Washington D.C., November 1998.
  • The Impact of Familial Alcoholic Density, Environmental Exposure, and Depression on Recurrent Use of Alcohol and Illicit Drugs in the General Population. Sociological Abstracts, #97S32994, p. 60. American Sociological Association, August 1997.
  • Resilience to Drinking Vulnerability in Women with Alcoholic Parents: The Moderating Effects of Dyadic Cohesion in Marital Communication. Sociological Abstracts,#96S32279. American Sociological Association, August 1996.
  • If You're Smoking You've Just Got to have a Drink: Cigarette Smoking by American Women and Interactions with Alcohol Use in a Longitudinal Study. Sociological Abstracts. American Sociological Association. August 1995.
  • Drinking Problems in Adult Children of Alcoholics: Evidence from a National Survey. In T.W. Fahy (editor). NLS-Annotated Bibliography: 1968-1994 Edition. The National Longitudinal Surveys of Labor Market Experience. Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio, 1994.
  • Drinking-Induced Blackouts Among Young Adults: Results from a National Longitudinal Survey. In T.W. Fahy (editor) NLS-Annotated Bibliography: 1968-1994 Edition. The National Longitudinal Surveys of Labor Market Experience. Center for Human Resource Research, Ohio State University. Columbus, Ohio, 1994.
  • Multigenerational Familial Alcoholism and Maturational Control over Drinking in Sons of Alcoholics: A Longitudinal Study. Sociological Abstracts, #94S30135. Society for the Study of Social Problems, August 1994.
  • White Collar Occupational Stress, Heavy Drinking-Smoking in Later Life and the Moderating Effects of Social Support: A Longitudinal Study of Older Men. Sociological Abstracts,#94S30452. American Sociological Association, August 1994.
  • Drinking Problems in Adult Children of Alcoholics: Evidence from a National Survey. Sociological Abstracts,#93S26967. American Sociological Association, August 1993.
  • Grandchildren of Alcoholics: Multigenerational Alcoholism and Problem Drinking in the United States. American Public Health Association Abstracts,#4000. American Public Health Association: Washington, DC, October, 1993.
  • The Incidence of Alcohol Related Blackouts Among Young Adults: A National Longitudinal Study. Sociological Abstracts,#92S26084. American Sociological Association, August 1992.
  • Blackout Drinking Chronicity Among Young Adults: A National Longitudinal Study. American Public Health Association Abstracts, #1036. American Public Health Association: Washington, DC. November, 1992.

Other Publications:

  • The Long-Term Consequences of College Binge Drinking: A Ten-Year Followup Study, Alcohol and Drugs Newsletter. American Sociological Association Vol. 11 (#2) Fall 2001.
  • Epidemiology of Alcohol and the Elderly distributed by National Institute of Alcohol Abuse And Alcoholism, Extramural Scientific Advisory Board on Epidemiology, Bethesda, MD, May 5-6, 1999,31pp.

 

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