Dr. Carter’s Writings & Publications
One of the ways that I maintain my level of expertise is to write information for clients, other therapists, and scientists. I have written several cognitive-behavioral client workbooks and therapist training manuals. These workbooks and manuals provide detailed guidance for treatments that are supported by research findings. In addition, I have authored research articles and served as an expert reviewer for a variety of scientific journals. Below is a partial list of my scientific publications.
Partial list of publications:
King V.L., Stoller K.B., Hayes M., Umbricht A., Curran M., Kidorf M.S., Carter J.A., Schwartz R., Brooner R.K. (2002). A multi-center randomized evaluation of methadone medical maintenance. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 65, 137-148.
Carter, J.A., Herbst, J.H., Stoller, K.B., King, V.L., Kidorf, M.L., Costa, P.T., Jr., Brooner, R.K. (2001). Short-term stability of NEO-PI-R personality trait scores in opioid dependent outpatients. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 15, 255-260.
Corbin, W.R., McNair, L.D., & Carter, J.A.. (2001). Evaluation of a treatment-appropriate cognitive intervention for challenging alcohol outcome expectancies. Addictive Behaviors, 26, 475-488.
Carter, J.A., King, V.L., Kidorf, M.L., Stoller, K.B., Brooner, R.K. (2000). Effects of Behaviorally Contingent Pharmacotherapy on treatment outcomes of opioid dependent outpatients. Proceedings from sixty-second annual scientific meeting of College on Problems of Drug Dependence. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Carter, J. A., McNair, L. D., Corbin, W. R. & Williams, M. (1999). Gender differences related to heterosexual condom use: The influence of negotiation styles. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 25, 217-225.
Carter, J. A., McNair, L. D., Corbin, W. R., & Black, D. H. (1998). Effects of priming positive and negative outcomes on drinking responses. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 6, 399-405.
Corbin, W. R., McNair, L. D., & Carter, J. A. (1996). Self-esteem differences among problem drinking males and females. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 42, 1-14.