2002 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Quitline and Telephone counseling are the subject areas of his Smoking cessation study. Thomas H. Brandon integrates Quitline and Smoking cessation in his studies. His Nursing study has been linked to subjects such as Referral, Nursing research and Psychological intervention. His work blends Referral and Family medicine studies together. He conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Family medicine and Medical education through his research. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Medical education and Pathology in his work. His Telephone counseling research extends to the thematically linked field of Pathology. Thomas H. Brandon integrates Geotechnical engineering and Shear strength (soil) in his studies. He incorporates Shear strength (soil) and Geotechnical engineering in his research.
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The Smoking Consequences Questionnaire: The subjective expected utility of smoking in college students.
Thomas H. Brandon;Timothy B. Baker.
Psychological Assessment (1991)
Motivational Influences on Cigarette Smoking
Timothy B. Baker;Thomas H. Brandon;Laurie Chassin.
Annual Review of Psychology (2004)
The Smoking Consequences Questionnaire-Adult: Measurement of Smoking Outcome Expectancies of Experienced Smokers.
Amy L. Copeland;Thomas H. Brandon;Edward P. Quinn.
Psychological Assessment (1995)
Relapse and relapse prevention.
Thomas H. Brandon;Jennifer Irvin Vidrine;Erika B. Litvin.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2007)
Pain, Nicotine, and Smoking: Research Findings and Mechanistic Considerations.
Joseph W. Ditre;Thomas H. Brandon;Emily L. Zale;Mary M. Meagher.
Psychological Bulletin (2011)
Negative Affect as Motivation to Smoke
Thomas H. Brandon.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (1994)
Pretreatment task persistence predicts smoking cessation outcome
Thomas H. Brandon;Thaddeus A. Herzog;Laura M. Juliano;Jennifer E. Irvin.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2003)
The early time course of smoking withdrawal effects
Peter S. Hendricks;Joseph W. Ditre;David J. Drobes;Thomas H. Brandon;Thomas H. Brandon.
Is task persistence related to smoking and substance abuse? The application of learned industriousness theory to addictive behaviors.
Edward P. Quinn;Thomas H. Brandon;Amy L. Copeland.
Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology (1996)
Assessing Tobacco Use by Cancer Patients and Facilitating Cessation: An American Association for Cancer Research Policy Statement
Benjamin A. Toll;Thomas H. Brandon;Ellen R. Gritz;Graham W. Warren.
Clinical Cancer Research (2013)
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