Sara J. Becker, Ph.D.

2009 Duke University, Durham, NC 
Clinical Psychology
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John F. Curry grad student 2009 Duke
 (Longitudinal association between frequency of substance use and quality of life among adolescents receiving a brief outpatient intervention.)
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Becker SJ, Spirito A, Vanmali R. (2016) Perceptions of 'Evidence-Based Practice' among the Consumers of Adolescent Substance Use Treatment. Health Education Journal. 75: 358-369
Becker SJ, Midoun MM, Zeithaml VA, et al. (2016) Dimensions of treatment quality most valued by adolescent substance users and their caregivers Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 47: 120-129
Ozechowski TJ, Becker SJ, Hogue A. (2015) SBIRT-A: Adapting SBIRT to Maximize Developmental Fit for Adolescents in Primary Care. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment
Becker SJ, Squires DD, Strong DR, et al. (2015) Training Opiate Addiction Treatment Providers to Adopt Contingency Management: A Prospective Pilot Trial of a Comprehensive Implementation Science Approach. Substance Abuse. 0
Becker SJ. (2015) Direct-to-Consumer Marketing: A Complementary Approach to Traditional Dissemination and implementation Efforts for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Interventions. Clinical Psychology : a Publication of the Division of Clinical Psychology of the American Psychological Association. 22: 85-100
Becker SJ. (2015) Evaluating whether direct-to-consumer marketing can increase demand for evidence-based practice among parents of adolescents with substance use disorders: rationale and protocol. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice. 10: 4
Becker SJ, Swenson R, Esposito-Smythers C, et al. (2014) Barriers to Seeking Mental Health Services among Adolescents in Military Families. Professional Psychology, Research and Practice. 45: 504-513
Jacobs RH, Becker SJ, Curry JF, et al. (2014) Increasing Positive Outlook Partially Mediates the Effect of Empirically Supported Treatments on Depression Symptoms Among Adolescents. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. 28: 3-19
Wolff JC, Frazier EA, Esposito-Smythers C, et al. (2014) Negative cognitive style and perceived social support mediate the relationship between aggression and NSSI in hospitalized adolescents. Journal of Adolescence. 37: 483-91
Becker SJ, Curry JF. (2014) Testing the effects of peer socialization versus selection on alcohol and marijuana use among treated adolescents. Substance Use & Misuse. 49: 234-42
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