*Dr. Daughters additional publications on PubMed

Recent Lab Publications

Daughters, S.B., Paquette, C.P., & Reese, E.D. (in press). Behavioral Activation. In D. McKay, E. A. Storch, & J. Abramowitz (Eds.), Training and Supervision in Specialized Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: Methods, Settings, & Populations. Washington DC: The American Psychological Association Press. 

Paquette C.E., Daughters S.B., Witkiewitz K. (2022). Expanding the continuum of substance use disorder treatment: Nonabstinence approaches. Clinical Psychology Review, 91:102110. 

Reese, E.D., Kane, L.F., Paquette, C.E., Frohlich, F., Daughters, S.B.  (2021). Lost in translation: The gap between neurobiological mechanisms and psychosocial treatment research for substance use disorders. Current Addiction Reports. 8440–451.  doi: 10.1007/s40429-021-00382-8. 

Paquette, C.E., Rubalcava, D.T., Chen, Y., Anand, D.&, Daughters, S.B. (2021). A mobile app to enhance behavioral activation treatment for substance use: App design, use, and integration into treatment. JMIR Formative Research, 3;5(11):e25749. doi: 10.2196/25749. 

Chen, Y., Anand, D., Li, H., Xu, P., & Daughters, S.B.  (2021). Feasibility, acceptability, and future adaptation of the Chinese translated Behavioural Activation (C-BA) treatment for depression: A pilot study. International journal of psychology, 56(2), 238–248. 

Chen, Y., Anand, D., Thissen, D. , Chen, L.H., Liang, H., & Daughters, S.B., (2020). Cultural differences in behavioral activation across samples from China, Taiwan, and the United States. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 36, 303-323. doi: 10.1027/1015-5759/a000525  

Chen, Y., Thissen, D., Anand, D., Chen, L. H., Liang, H., & Daughters, S. B. (2020). Evaluating differential item functioning (DIF) of the Chinese version of the Behavioral Activation for Depression Scale (C-BADS). European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 36(2), 303–323. (Supplemental) 

Daughters, S. B., Yi, J.Y., Phillips, R. D., Carelli, R. M., & Fröhlich, F. (2020). Alpha-tACS effect on   inhibitory control and feasibility of administration in community outpatient substance usetreatment. Drug and Alcohol Dependence213, 108132. Advance online publication.

Reese, E.D., Yi, J.Y., McKay, K.G., Stein, E.A., Ross, T.J., Daughters, S.B. (2019). Triple network resting state connectivity predicts distress tolerance and is associated with cocaine use. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 8, 2135.

Reese, E. D., Conway, C. C., Anand, D., Bauer, D. J., & Daughters, S. B. (2019). Distress tolerance trajectories following substance use treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 87, 645-656. doi: 10.1037/ccp0000403

Yi, J. Y., Dichter, G. S., Reese, E. D., Bell, R. P., Bartuska, A. D., Stein, J. R., & Daughters, S. B. (2019). Neural reward response to substance-free activity images in opiate use disorder patients with depressive symptoms. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 198, 180-189. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2019.01.047

Anand, D., Paquette, C., Bartuska, A., & Daughters, S. (2019). Substance type moderates the longitudinal association between depression and substance use from pre-treatment through a 1-year follow-up. Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 197, 87-94. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2019.01.002

Chen, Y., Daughters S.B., Thissen, D., Salcedo, S., Anand, D., Chen, L.H., Liang, H., Niu, X.Q., & Su, L. (2019). Cultural differences in environmental reward across individuals in China, Taiwan, and the United States. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 41, 507-523.

Chen, Y., Thissen, D., Anand, D., Chen, L.H., Liang, H., & Daughters, S.B. (2019). Evaluating differential item functioning of the Chinese version of the Behavioral Activation for Depression Scale (C-BADS). European Journal of Psychological Assessment.

Paquette, C., Magidson, J.F., Swaminath, S., & Daughters, S.B. (2019). Substance use disorders. In D.L. Segal (Ed.), Diagnostic Interviewing: Fifth Edition (pp.325-347). New York, NY, US: Springer.

Reese, E. D., Yi, J. Y., Bell, R. P., & Daughters, S. B. (2018). The role of negative affect in the course of substance use disorders. In D. M. Williams, R. E. Rhodes & M. T. Conner (Eds.), Affective Determinants of Health-Related Behavior. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.