1981 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Her main research concerns Abstinence, Psychiatry, Nicotine, Mood and Clinical psychology. Her work carried out in the field of Abstinence brings together such families of science as Internal medicine, Randomized controlled trial, Coping, Nortriptyline and Dysphoria. Her work in Psychiatry addresses issues such as Nicotine gum, which are connected to fields such as Mood management theory.
Her work in Nicotine covers topics such as Pack-year which are related to areas like Cotinine, Cardiovascular biomarkers, Environmental health and Tobacco smoke. Her Mood research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Craving, Anxiety, Sensory cue, Major depressive disorder and Pharmacology. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Drug Abstinence and Cognitive therapy.
Her primary scientific interests are in Psychiatry, Abstinence, Clinical psychology, Nicotine and Randomized controlled trial. Substance abuse, Depression, Mental health, Addiction and Methadone are among the areas of Psychiatry where Sharon M. Hall concentrates her study. Her studies in Abstinence integrate themes in fields like Psychological intervention, Nicotine replacement therapy, Internal medicine and Mood.
Her study in Mood is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Major depressive disorder and Anxiety. The concepts of her Nicotine study are interwoven with issues in Nicotine gum, Pack-year and Pharmacology. Her research integrates issues of Young adult, Physical therapy and Bupropion in her study of Randomized controlled trial.
Sharon M. Hall focuses on Abstinence, Psychiatry, Young adult, Nicotine and Randomized controlled trial. The various areas that Sharon M. Hall examines in her Abstinence study include Psychological intervention, Internal medicine, Clinical psychology, Nicotine replacement therapy and Bupropion. Her studies examine the connections between Internal medicine and genetics, as well as such issues in Pharmacology, with regards to Oncology.
Sharon M. Hall combines subjects such as Harm reduction and Logistic regression with her study of Psychiatry. Her work on Cotinine as part of general Nicotine study is frequently linked to Steering committee, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Randomized controlled trial research integrates issues from Odds ratio, Research design, Intervention, Biostatistics and Physical therapy.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Abstinence, Psychiatry, Young adult, Psychological intervention and Randomized controlled trial. Her Abstinence research incorporates themes from Marijuana use, Intervention, Nicotine replacement, Internal medicine and Self-efficacy. Her study of Substance abuse is a part of Psychiatry.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Young adult, Cognition are connected with Cross-sectional study, Placebo and Standard treatment and other disciplines. The study incorporates disciplines such as Physical therapy and Epidemiology in addition to Randomized controlled trial. Her work in Bupropion tackles topics such as Oncology which are related to areas like Nicotine.
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Smokers of Low-Yield Cigarettes Do Not Consume Less Nicotine
Benowitz Nl;Hall Sm;Herning Ri;Jacob P rd.
The New England Journal of Medicine (1983)
A meta-analysis of smoking cessation interventions with individuals in substance abuse treatment or recovery.
Judith J. Prochaska;Kevin Delucchi;Sharon M. Hall.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2004)
Nortriptyline and Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Cigarette Smoking
Sharon M. Hall;Victor I. Reus;Ricardo F. Muñoz;Karen L. Sees.
Archives of General Psychiatry (1998)
Methadone maintenance vs 180-day psychosocially enriched detoxification for treatment of opioid dependence: a randomized controlled trial.
Sees Kl;Delucchi Kl;Masson C;Rosen A.
Social support and relapse: Commonalities among alcoholics, opiate users, and cigarette smokers☆
Barbara E. Havassy;Sharon M. Hall;David A. Wasserman.
Addictive Behaviors (1991)
Nicotine, negative affect, and depression.
Sharon M. Hall;Ricardo F. Muñoz;Victor I. Reus;Karen L. Sees.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1993)
Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention Increases Abstinence Rates for Depressive-History Smokers.
Sharon M. Hall;Ricardo F. Muñoz;Victor I. Reus.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1994)
Commitment to abstinence and acute stress in relapse to alcohol, opiates, and nicotine.
Sharon M. Hall;Barbara E. Havassy;David A. Wasserman.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1990)
Clinical course and flow cytometric analysis of paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria in the United States and Japan.
Jun-Ichi Nishimura;Yuzuru Kanakura;Russell E. Ware;Tsutomu Shichishima.
Weight gain prevention and smoking cessation: cautionary findings.
S M Hall;C D Tunstall;K L Vila;J Duffy.
American Journal of Public Health (1992)
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