Tammy A Chung, PhD
Education & Training
Selected Honors & Awards
- Chung, T, Creswell, K, Bachrach, R, Clark, D, Martin, C. (in press). Adolescent binge drinking: Developmental context and opportunities for prevention. Alcohol Res Curr Reviews
- Chung, T, Tittgemeyer, M, Feldstein Ewing, S. Introduction to the special issue: Using neuroimaging to probe mechanisms of behavior change. NeuroImage. 2017; 151: 1-3
- Suffoletto, B, Chung, T. Patterns of Change in Weekend Drinking Cognitions among Non-Treatment Seeking Young Adults During Exposure to a 12-Week Text Message Intervention. J Stud Alc Drugs. 2016 77: 914-923
- Chung, T, Noronha, A, Carroll, KM, Potenza, MN, Hutchison, K, Calhoun, VD, Gabrieli, JDE, Morgenstern, J, Nixon, SJ, Wexler, BE, Brewer, J, Ray, L, Filbey, FF, Strauman, TJ, Kober, H, Feldstein Ewing, SW. Brain mechanisms of change in addictions treatment: Models, Methods, and Emerging Findings. Curr Addiction Rep. 2016 3(3): 332-342
- Black, JJ, Chung, T. Mechanisms of change in adolescent substance use treatment: How does treatment work? Subst Abuse 2014; 35, 344-51. (Best Paper Award)
Hot Publication - Chung & Maisto
Time-varying associations between confidence and motivation to abstain from marijuana during treatment among adolescents Chung T and Maisto SA Addictive Behavior, 57:62-68, 2016 An important goal of addictions treatment is to develop a positive association between high levels of confidence and motivation to abstain from substance use. Dr. Tammy Chung examined session-to-session changes in level of confidence and...
Hot Publication - Clark et al.
Screening for underage drinking and Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition alcohol use disorder in rural primary care practice Clark DB, Martin CS, Chung T, Gordon AJ, Fiorentino L, Tootell M and Rubio DM Journal of Pediatrics, 2016,173:214-220. A study led by Dr. Duncan Clark indicates that a single screening question about drinking frequency in the past year could help doctors identify...
Faculty Recognized for Research Review Committee Service
An important element of the Department of Psychiatry's unique research infrastructure is the Research Review Committee. The committee is comprised of department faculty representing a broad range of scientific disciplines that review new research proposals and provide valuable feedback for enhancing new grant applications. In recognition of their service on the committee during the 2012-2013 academic year, four...