2007 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Injury prevention, Young adult, Alcohol abuse and Suicide prevention. The various areas that Kim Fromme examines in his Developmental psychology study include Expectancy theory and Cognition. As part of his studies on Injury prevention, he often connects relevant subjects like Human factors and ergonomics.
His Young adult research incorporates elements of Family history and Clinical psychology. In general Clinical psychology, his work in Relapse prevention is often linked to Alcohol intoxication linking many areas of study. He has included themes like Intervention, Alcohol education and Peer group in his Alcohol abuse study.
His primary areas of investigation include Injury prevention, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His Injury prevention investigation overlaps with Demography, Alcohol abuse, Psychiatry, Peer group and Aggression. His Alcohol abuse study incorporates themes from Drug education, Behavior change and Secondary prevention.
His research investigates the connection with Developmental psychology and areas like Personality which intersect with concerns in Impulsivity. His Clinical psychology research focuses on subjects like Young adult, which are linked to Cognitive therapy. Kim Fromme merges many fields, such as Human factors and ergonomics and Social psychology, in his writings.
Kim Fromme mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Young adult, Bipolar disorder, Developmental psychology and Injury prevention. His study in the field of Impulsivity also crosses realms of Multilevel model, PsycINFO, Sexual coercion and Alcohol intoxication. He has researched Young adult in several fields, including Body mass index, Psychopathology and Cardiovascular physiology.
Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Association in his study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics in addition to Injury prevention. His Suicide prevention research overlaps with other disciplines such as Occupational safety and health and Risk factor.
Clinical psychology, Young adult, Developmental psychology, Sexual coercion and Injury prevention are his primary areas of study. Among his research on Clinical psychology, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Multilevel model, Child abuse, Alcohol intoxication, Sex offense and Coercion. Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Association in his research.
His Sexual coercion study combines topics in areas such as Sexual abuse and Sexual assault. The Injury prevention study combines topics in areas such as Suicide prevention and Human factors and ergonomics. His research investigates the connection between Behavior change and topics such as Risk factor that intersect with problems in Protective factor and Odds ratio.
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A review of expectancy theory and alcohol consumption.
Barry T. Jones;Will Corbin;Kim Fromme.
Comprehensive effects of alcohol: Development and psychometric assessment of a new expectancy questionnaire.
Kim Fromme;Elizabeth A. Stroot;David Kaplan.
Psychological Assessment (1993)
Secondary prevention with college drinkers: evaluation of an alcohol skills training program.
Daniel R. Kivlahan;G. Alan Marlatt;Kim Fromme;David B. Coppel.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1990)
An experimental test of three methods of alcohol risk reduction with young adults.
John S. Baer;G. Alan Marlatt;Daniel R. Kivlahan;Kim Fromme.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1992)
Behavioral risks during the transition from high school to college.
Kim Fromme;William R. Corbin;Marc I. Kruse.
Developmental Psychology (2008)
Outcome expectancies and risk-taking behavior
Kim Fromme;Elizabeth C. Katz;Kathy Rivet.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1997)
Measuring adolescent alcohol outcome expectancies.
Kim Fromme;Elizabeth J. D'Amico.
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors (2000)
Intoxicated sexual risk taking: an expectancy or cognitive impairment explanation?
Kim Fromme;Elizabeth J. D'Amico;Elizabeth C. Katz.
Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs (1999)
Prevention of heavy drinking and associated negative consequences among mandated and voluntary college students.
Kim Fromme;William Corbin.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2004)
Effects of Outcome Expectancies and Personality on Young Adults' Illicit Drug Use, Heavy Drinking, and Risky Sexual Behavior
Elizabeth C. Katz;Kim Fromme;Elizabeth J. D'Amico.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (2000)
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