Shane Kraus (Psychology) published five papers this spring.
The first paper (The Role of Impaired Control in Screening Problematic Pornography Use: Evidence from Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Studies in a Large Help-seeking Male Sample) was published in Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.
The second paper (The Influences of Religiousness/Spirituality on Mental and Physical Health in OEF/OIF/OND Military Veterans Varies by Gender and Race/Ethnicity) was published in Journal of Psychiatric Research.
The third paper (Associations Between Cannabis Use and Sexual Risk Behavior among Women under Community Supervision: A Brief Report) was published in the International Journal of Sexual Health.
The fourth paper (Post-9/11 Military Veterans’ Adjustment to Civilian Life over Time Following Separation from Service) was published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology.
The fifth paper (Mindfulness-based Relapse Prevention for the Treatment of Gambling Disorder among U.S. Military Veterans: Case Series and Feasibility) was published in Clinical Case Series.