Daniel J Snipes

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We tested the feasibility and effectiveness of an alcohol counseling intervention delivered via personalized text messages for college students with problem alcohol use. College students aged 18-23 completed online substance use and mental health questionnaires that served as a screening tool for problem alcohol use. We invited students who screened(More)
This study employed a paired stimulus paradigm to compare phasic changes in heart rate among children (age categories 6-8, 9-10, and 11-12) and adults (age categories 18-19 and 20-22) with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and age-matched controls. A sample of 95 participants (19 ADHD-diagnosed children, 34 controls, 20 ADHD-diagnosed adults,(More)
OBJECTIVES The relationship between perceived need for mental health treatment, reasons for not receiving care, substance use, and race and gender among young adults was examined to identify barriers to mental health care. METHODS Data from the 2010 National Survey on Drug Use and Health for 14,718 adults ages 18 to 23 were used. Logistic regression(More)
College students are a highly connected population, and also one with a potential for problem alcohol use. Young adults of college age frequently have cell phones and other mobile electronic devices and spend significant time maintaining their social networks of friends via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other instantaneous means of communication such as(More)
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