Publications by Year: In Press

In Press
Kelly, J. F., & Bergman, B. G. (In Press). A Bridge Too Far: Individuals with Regular and increasing very heavy alcohol consumption cannot be considered as maintaining “recovery” due to toxicity and intoxication-related risks. Journal of Addiction Medicine.
Kelly, J. F., & Earnshaw, V. (In Press). Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) position statement: End the fatal paradox: change the names of our Federal Institutes on Addiction. Translational Behavioral Medicine.
Kelly, J. F. (In Press). Clarifying the Evidence for the Clinical and Public Health Utility of Alcoholics Anonymous for Dual-Diagnosis Patients. Addiction.
McKowen, J., Lowman, K. L., Watt, L., Yule, A., Kaminiski, T., Wilens, T., & Kelly, J. F. (In Press). The relationship between cannabis use and self-report trait anger in treatment seeking young people. Journal of Addiction Medicine.
Levitt, E. E., Syan, S. K., Sousa, S., Costello, M. J., Rush, B., Samokhvalov, A. V., MacCabe, R. E., et al. (In Press). Optimizing screening for depression, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder in inpatient addiction treatment: A preliminary investigation. Addiction Behaviors.
Kelly, J. F., Fallah-Sohy, N., Cristello, J., Stout, R. L., Jason, L. A., & Hoeppner, B. B. (In Press). Recovery community centers in the United States: Characteristics of new attendees and longitudinal investigation of the predictors and effects of participation. Journal of Substance Use Treatment.
Kelly, J. F., Greene, M. C., Abry, A., & Bergman, B. G. (In Press). Independent effects of entering recovery as a young versus older adult on long-term functioning and quality of life: Results from a U.S. national study of recovering person. Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
Kelly, J. F., Greene, M. C., & Abry, A. (In Press). A U.S. national randomized study to guide how best to reduce stigma when describing drug-related impairment in practice and policy. Addiction.
Eddie, D., White, W. L., Vilsaint, C. L., Bergman, B. G., & Kelly, J. F. (In Press). Reasons to be cheerful: Personal, civic, and economic achievements after resolving an alcohol or drug problem in the United States population. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.
Kelly, J. F., Abry, A. W., & Fallah-Sohy, N. (In Press). Twelve-step and mutual-help programs for youth substance use disorder. In Y. Kaminer & K. Winters (Ed.), Clinical Manual of Youth Addictive Disorders . American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.
Kelly, J. F., Abry, A. W., & Bergman, B. G. (In Press). Addiction recovery mutual-aid organizations. In E. Day (Ed.), Seminars in Addiction Psychiatry (2nd ed.) . Cambridge University Press.
Kelly, J. F. (In Press). Mutual help: Latest. Recovery Plus.
Kelly, J. F. (In Press). Mutual help groups for patients with substance use disorders. In R. Saitz (Ed.), Substance Use Disorders within the Psychiatry Specialty of UpToDate . Wolters Kluwer.
SAMHSA*,. (In Press). Report of Findings from a Systematic Review of the Scientific Literature on Recovery Support Services in the United States. *Contributing author.