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Publications

Below are selected publications that reflect some of the work that is carried out in the Creating Healthy People lab.

* = student co-author

Dodge, T., *Clarke, P., & *Dwan, R. (2016). The relationship between physical activity and alcohol use among adults in the United States: A systematic review of the literature. American Journal of Health Promotion. DOI: 10.1177/0890117116664710

Dodge, T. (2016). Consumers’ perceptions of the dietary supplement health and education act: Implications and recommendations. Drug Testing and Analysis, 8, 407-409.

Petróczi, A., Dodge, T., Backhouse, S., & Adesanwo, C. (2014). Review of the literature on negative health risks based interventions to guide anabolic steroid misuse prevention. Performance Enhancement & Health, 3, 31-44.

Dodge, T. & *Clarke, P. (2015). Influence of parent-adolescent communication about anabolic steroids on adolescent athletes’ willingness to try performance enhancing substances. Substance Use & Misuse, 50, 1307-1315.

Dodge, T., Stock, M., & *Litt, D. (2013). Judgments about illegal performance-enhancing substances: Reasoned, reactive, or both? Journal of Health Psychology, 18, 962-971. 

Ormsbee, M. J., Kinsey, A. W., Chong, M., Friedman, H. S., Dodge, T., & Fehling, P. C. (2013). The influence of high intensity interval training on the salivary cortisol response to a psychological stressor and mood state in non-sedentary college students. JEPonline, 16, 105-116.

Dodge, T., Williams, K., Turrisi, R., & Marzell, M. (2012). Judging cheaters: Is substance misuse viewed similarly in the athletic and academic domains? Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 26, 678-682.

Dodge, T., & **Hoagland, M. (2011). The use of anabolic androgenic steroids and polypharmacy: A review of the literature. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 114, 100-109.

Dodge, T., Litt, D., & Kaufman, A. (2011). Influence of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) on consumer beliefs about the safety and effectiveness of dietary supplements. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 230-244.