Jesse Milby

University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
Clinical Psychology
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Mennemeyer ST, Schumacher JE, Milby JB, et al. (2017) Costs and Effectiveness of Treating Homeless Persons with Cocaine Addiction with Alternative Contingency Management Strategies. The Journal of Mental Health Policy and Economics. 20: 21-36
Milby JB, Conti K, Wallace D, et al. (2015) Comorbidity effects on cocaine dependence treatment and examination of reciprocal relationships between abstinence and depression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 83: 45-55
Davidson A, Jensen M, Burgess E, et al. (2013) Effects of therapeutic goal management (TGM) on treatment attendance and drug abstinence among men with co-occurring substance use and axis I mental disorders who are homeless: results of the Birmingham EARTH program. Addiction Science & Clinical Practice. 8: 17
Madan-Swain A, Hankins SL, Gilliam MB, et al. (2012) Applying the cube model to pediatric psychology: development of research competency skills at the doctoral level. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 37: 136-48
Burns MN, Lehman KA, Milby JB, et al. (2010) Do PTSD symptoms and course predict continued substance use for homeless individuals in contingency management for cocaine dependence? Behaviour Research and Therapy. 48: 588-98
Milby JB, Schumacher JE, Wallace D, et al. (2010) Effects of sustained abstinence among treated substance-abusing homeless persons on housing and employment. American Journal of Public Health. 100: 913-8
Vuchinich R, Wallace D, Milby JB, et al. (2009) Relations between in-treatment and follow-up abstinence among cocaine-dependent homeless persons in three clinical trials. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. 17: 165-72
Kertesz SG, Crouch K, Milby JB, et al. (2009) Housing first for homeless persons with active addiction: are we overreaching? The Milbank Quarterly. 87: 495-534
Milby JB, Schumacher JE, Vuchinich RE, et al. (2008) Toward cost-effective initial care for substance-abusing homeless. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 34: 180-91
Schumacher JE, Milby JB, Wallace D, et al. (2007) Meta-analysis of day treatment and contingency-management dismantling research: Birmingham Homeless Cocaine Studies (1990-2006). Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 75: 823-8
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