UWellness Study Publications

Publications from the UWellness Study are listed below. Links to OSF Preprints are provided once the peer-review process is complete.

  1. Barringer, A., & Papp, L. M. (2021). Academic factors associated with college students’ prescription stimulant misuse in daily life: An ecological analysis of multiple levels. Journal of American College Health. Advance online publication. OSF
  2. Blumenstock, S. M., & Papp, L. M. (2021). Romantic (versus other) events and momentary affect: Immediate and lagged within-person associations among college students. Journal of Family Psychology, 36, 57-68. OSF
  3. Blumenstock, S. M., & Papp, L. M. (2021). Substance use behaviors in the daily lives of U.S. college students reporting recent use: The varying roles of romantic relationships. Social Science & Medicine, 279, e114021. OSF
  4. Kouros, C. D., Papp, L. M., Kelly, B. C., & Blumenstock, S. M. (2021). College-based social and situational predictors of real-time prescription drug misuse in daily life. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 227, 108969. OSF
  5. Papp, L. M., & Kouros, C. D. (2021). Effect of COVID-19 disruptions on young adults’ affect and substance use in daily life. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 35(4), 391-401. OSF
  6. Papp, L. M., Kouros, C. D., Witt, H. K., Curtin, J. J., Blumenstock, S. M., & Barringer, A. (2021). Real-time momentary mood as a predictor of college students’ prescription drug misuse in daily life: Direct links and the moderating role of background mental health. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology. Advance online publication. OSF
  7. Papp, L. M., Barringer, A., Blumenstock, S. M., Gu, P., Blaydes, M., Lam, J., & Kouros, C. D. (2020). Development and acceptability of a method to investigate prescription drug misuse in daily life: An ecological momentary assessment study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth, 8(10), e21676.
  8. Papp, L. M., Kouros, C. D., & Curtin, J. J. (2020). Real-time associations between young adults’ momentary pain and prescription opioid misuse intentions in daily life. American Psychologist, 75(6), 761-771. OSF