Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Research Associate Professor, Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research.
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University
Dr. Patrick's research focuses on the development and consequences of adolescent and young adult risk behaviors, including alcohol use, drug use, and risky sexual behaviors. Her interests include event-specific risk behaviors, motivation and decision-making, the prevention of health risk behaviors, statistical methods for modeling behavior and behavior change, and web-based survey methodology.
Johnson, M.K., J. Staff, Megan E. Patrick, and John E. Schulenberg. Forthcoming. "Adolescent adaptation before, during and in the aftermath of the Great Recession in the USA." International Journal of Psychology. DOI. Abstract.
Patrick, Megan E., J. Griffin, E.D. Huntley, and J.L. Maggs. Forthcoming. "Energy Drinks and Binge Drinking Predict College Students' Sleep Quantity, Quality, and Tiredness." Behavioral Sleep Medicine. DOI. Abstract.
Martz, M., John E. Schulenberg, Megan E. Patrick, and D. Kloska. Forthcoming. ""I Am So Bored!": Prevalence Rates and Sociodemographic and Contextual Correlates of High Boredom Among American Adolescents." Youth and Society. DOI. Abstract.
Lee, Christine M., J.M. Cronce, S.A. Baldwin, A.M. Fairlie, D.C. Atkins, Megan E. Patrick, Laura Zimmermann, M.E. Larimer, and B.C. Leigh. Forthcoming. "Psychometric Analysis and Validity of the Daily Alcohol-Related Consequences and Evaluations Measure for Young Adults." Psychological Assessment. DOI. Abstract.
Veliz, Philip, John E. Schulenberg, Megan E. Patrick, Deborah Kloska, and Sean Esteban McCabe. Forthcoming. "Competitive sports participation in high school and subsequent substance use in young adulthood: Assessing differences based on level of contact." International Review for the Sociology of Sport. DOI. Abstract.