Adam E. Barry
Adam E. Barry
Associate Professor of Health Education, Texas A&M University
Verified email at tamu.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Web 2.0 chronic disease self-management for older adults: a systematic review
M Stellefson, B Chaney, AE Barry, E Chavarria, B Tennant, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (2), e35, 2013
2442013
The development and implications of peer emotional support for student service members/veterans and civilian college students.
SD Whiteman, AE Barry, DK Mroczek, S MacDermid Wadsworth
Journal of counseling psychology 60 (2), 265, 2013
1592013
Alcohol as a Gateway Drug: A study of US 12th Graders
T Kirby, AE Barry
Journal of School Health 82 (8), 371-379, 2012
1182012
Student service members/veterans in higher education: A systematic review
AE Barry, SD Whiteman, S MacDermid Wadsworth
Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice 51 (1), 30-42, 2014
1172014
Drunkorexia: Understanding the co-occurrence of alcohol consumption and eating/exercise weight management behaviors
AE Barry, AK Piazza
Journal of American College Health 60 (3), 236-243, 2012
1092012
Validity and reliability reporting practices in the field of health education and behavior: A review of seven journals
AE Barry, B Chaney, AK Piazza-Gardner, EA Chavarria
Health Education & Behavior 41 (1), 12-18, 2014
922014
Utilizing theory based constructs to explore the impact of greek membership on alcohol-related beliefs and behaviors: A systematic literature review
AE Barry
Journal of American College Health 56 (3), 307-315, 2007
902007
How attrition impacts the internal and external validity of longitudinal research
AE Barry
Journal of School Health 75 (7), 267-271, 2005
842005
Implications of posttraumatic stress among military-affiliated and civilian students
AE Barry, SD Whiteman, SM MacDermid Wadsworth
Journal of American College Health 60 (8), 562-573, 2012
832012
Examining physical activity levels and alcohol consumption: are people who drink more active?
AK Piazza-Gardner, AE Barry
American Journal of Health Promotion 26 (3), e95-e104, 2012
692012
The impact of alcohol on Alzheimer's disease: a systematic review
AK Piazza-Gardner, TJB Gaffud, AE Barry
Aging & mental health 17 (2), 133-146, 2013
632013
Use (and misuse) of the responsible drinking message in public health and alcohol advertising: a review
AE Barry, P Goodson
Health Education & Behavior 37 (2), 288-303, 2010
622010
The Impact of Truant and Alcohol‐Related Behavior on Educational Aspirations: A Study of US High School Seniors*
AE Barry, B Chaney, JD Chaney
Journal of school health 81 (8), 485-492, 2011
582011
Employee stress management: An examination of adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies on employee health
MK Holton, AE Barry, JD Chaney
Work 53 (2), 299-305, 2016
572016
Underage access to online alcohol marketing content: a YouTube case study
AE Barry, E Johnson, A Rabre, G Darville, KM Donovan, O Efunbumi
Alcohol and alcoholism 50 (1), 89-94, 2014
572014
The alcohol use and associated mental health problems of student service members/veterans in higher education
AE Barry, S Whiteman, SM Wadswroth, S Hitt
Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 19 (5), 415-425, 2012
522012
Alcohol marketing on Twitter and Instagram: Evidence of directly advertising to youth/adolescents
AE Barry, AM Bates, O Olusanya, CE Vinal, E Martin, JE Peoples, ...
Alcohol and Alcoholism 51 (4), 487-492, 2016
472016
Perceived Discrimination and DSM-IV–Based Alcohol and Illicit Drug Use Disorders
HER Hunte, AE Barry
American Journal of Public Health 102 (12), e111-e117, 2012
432012
Prioritizing alcohol prevention: Establishing alcohol as the gateway drug and linking age of first drink with illicit drug use
AE Barry, J King, C Sears, C Harville, I Bondoc, K Joseph
Journal of school health 86 (1), 31-38, 2016
412016
Alcohol use among college athletes: do intercollegiate, club, or intramural student athletes drink differently?
AE Barry, SM Howell, A Riplinger, AK Piazza-Gardner
Substance use & misuse 50 (3), 302-307, 2015
392015
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