C Keith Haddock

Affiliations: 
University of Missouri - Kansas City, USA 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology
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Poston WS, Haddock CK, Heinrich KM, et al. (2016) Is High-Intensity Functional Training (HIFT)/CrossFit Safe for Military Fitness Training? Military Medicine. 181: 627-37
Smith EA, Poston WS, Haddock CK, et al. (2016) Installation Tobacco Control Programs in the U.S. Military. Military Medicine. 181: 596-601
Smith EA, Jahnke SA, Poston WS, et al. (2016) Tobacco Pricing in Military Stores: Views of Military Policy Leaders. Nicotine & Tobacco Research : Official Journal of the Society For Research On Nicotine and Tobacco
Poston WS, Haddock CK, Jahnke SA, et al. (2016) Perspectives of US military commanders on tobacco use and tobacco control policy. Tobacco Control
Jahnke SA, Poston WS, Haddock CK, et al. (2016) Firefighting and mental health: Experiences of repeated exposure to trauma. Work (Reading, Mass.). 53: 737-44
Poston WS, Haddock CK, Jahnke SA, et al. (2015) A content analysis of military commander messages about tobacco and other health issues in military installation newspapers: what do military commanders say about tobacco? Military Medicine. 180: 708-17
Haddock CK, Day RS, Poston WS, et al. (2015) Alcohol use and caloric intake from alcohol in a national cohort of U.S. career firefighters. Journal of Studies On Alcohol and Drugs. 76: 360-6
Jitnarin N, Poston WS, Haddock CK, et al. (2015) Health in the news: an analysis of magazines coverage of health issues in veterans and military service organizations. Military Medicine. 180: 539-46
Jahnke SA, Hyder ML, Haddock CK, et al. (2015) High-intensity Fitness Training Among a National Sample of Male Career Firefighters. Safety and Health At Work. 6: 71-4
Jitnarin N, Heinrich KM, Haddock CK, et al. (2015) Neighborhood environment perceptions and the likelihood of smoking and alcohol use. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 12: 784-99
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