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Publications: Diabetes

AACE (1997). AACE guidelines for the management of diabetes mellitus. [WWW Document] URL http://www.aace.com/guidelines/diabetes_guide.html

Abrams, D. B., J. L. Steinberg, et al. (1986). “Obesity and type II diabetes: Behavioral medicine’s contribution.” Behavioral Medicine Abstracts 7: 1-4.

ADA (1993). 1993 Diabetes vital statistics. Alexandria, VA, Author.

ADA (1995). “Clinical practice recommendations 1995.” Diabetes Care 18(suppl. 1).

ADA (1996). 1996 Diabetes vital statistics. Alexandria, VA, Author.

ADA (1997). “Report of the expert committee on the diagnosis and classification of diabetes mellitus.” Diabetes Care 20: 1183-1197.

ADA (1997). “Diabetes mellitus and exercise.” Diabetes Care 20: 1908-1912.

Agras, W. S. (1993). Adherence intervention research: The need for a multilevel approach.Developmental Aspects of Health Compliance Behavior. N. A. Krasnegor, L. Epstein, S. B. Johnson and S. J. Yaffe. Hillsdale, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum Associantes, Publishers285-301.

Aikens, J. E., J. L. Wallander, et al. (1992). “Daily stress variability, learned resourcefulness, regimen adherence, and metabolic control in type I diabetes mellitus: Evaluation of a path model.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 60: 113-118.

Amir, S., C. Rabin, et al. (1990). “Cognitive and behavioral determinants of compliance in diabetics.” Health and Social Work 15: 144-151.

Babiker, I., D. W. A. Jerrom, et al. (1994). “Measuring medication compliance using repeated pill counts and riboflavin tracer assay.” International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 4: 13-17.

Balfour, L., D. R. White, et al. (1993). “Dietary disinhibition, perceived stress, and glucose control in young, type I diabetic women.” Health Psychology 12: 33-38.

Baumann, L. J. and L. L. Dougherty (1988). Effects of blood glucose monitoring on control of type II diabetes. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, MA.

Bond, G. G., L. S. Aiken, et al. (1992). “The Health Belief model and adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.” Health Psychology 11: 190-198.

Brown, S. A. and L. V. Hedges (1994). “Predicting metabolic control in diabetes: A pilot study using meta-analysis to estimate a linear model.” Nursing Research 43: 362-368.

Carey, M., R. Jorgensen, et al. (1991). “Reliability and validity of the Appraisal of Diabetes Scale.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 14: 43-51.

Carey, T., G. Reid, et al. (1997). “The diabetes regimen responsibility scale: Information on internal consistency and validity in a pediatric sample.” Assessment 4(2): 207-209.

Chun, B., A. Dobson, et al. (1997). “The impact of diabetes on survival among patients with first myocardial infarction.” Diabetes Care 20: 704-708.

Clark, M. M. and D. B. Abrams (1993). “Commentary.” Diabetes Spectrum 4: 41-42.

Cox, D. J., L. Gonder-Frederick, et al. (1986). Diabetes. Self-management of Chronic Disease. K. A. Holroyd and T. L. Creer. Orlando, FL, Academic Press305-346.

Cox, D. J. and L. Gonder-Frederick (1992). “Major developments in behavioral diabetes research.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 60: 628-638.

Curry, S. J. (1993). “Commentary.” Diabetes Spectrum 6: 34-35.

DCCT (1993). “The effect of intensive treatment of diabetes on the development and progression of long-term complications in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.” The New England Journal of Medicine 329: 977-986.

DCCT (1995). “Implementation of treatment protocols in the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial.” Diabetes Care 18: 361-376.

Delahanty, L. M. and B. N. Halford (1993). “The role of diet behaviors in achieving improved glycemic control in intensively treated patients in the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial.” Diabetes Care 16: 1453-1458.

Delamater, A. M. (1993). Compliance interventions for children with diabetes and other chronic diseases. Developmental Aspects of Health Compliance Behavior. N. A. Krasnegor, L. Epstein, S. B. Johnson and S. J. Yaffe. Hillsdale, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum Associantes, Publishers335-354.

deWeerdt, I., A. PhVisser, et al. (1989). “Randomized controlled evaluation of an education program for insulin treated patients with diabetes: Effects on psychosocial variables.” Patient Education and Counseling 14: 191-215.

deWeerdt, I., A. PhVisser, et al. (1990). “Determinants of active self-care behaviour of insulin treated patients with diabetes: Implications for diabetes education.” Social Science & Medicine30: 605-615.

Dryfoos, J., R. Glasgow, et al. (1996). “Quality of life and associated characteristics in a large diverse sample of adults with diabetes.” Diabetes 45(suppl. 2): 338A.

Dunn, S. M., L. J. Beeney, et al. (1990). “Knowledge and attitude change as predictors of metabolic improvement in diabetes education.” Social Science and Medicine 31: 1135-1141.

Eaton, W. W., D. Larson, et al. (1992). “Psychosocial and psychopathologic influences on management and control of insulin-dependent diabetes.” International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 22: 105-117.

Eckerling, L. and M. B. Kohrs (1984). “Research on compliance with diabetic regimens: Applications to practice.” Perspectives in Practice 84: 805-809.

El-Kebbi, I., D. Ziemer, et al. (1997). “Diabetes in urban African-Americans. IX. Provider adherence to management protocols.” Diabetes Care 20: 698-703.

Faas, A., F. Schellevis, et al. (1997). “The efficacy of self-monitoring of blood glucose in NIDDM subjects: A criteria-based literature review.” Diabetes Care 20: 1482-1486.

Franz, M. J., E. S. Horton, et al. (1994). “Nutrition principles for the management of diabetes and related complications.” Diabetes Care 17: 490-518.

Freund, A., S. B. Johnson, et al. (1991). “Assessing daily management of childhood diabetes using 24-hour recall interviews: Reliability and stability.” Health Psychology 10: 200-208.

Gaillard, T., D. Schuster, et al. (1997). “The impact of socioeconomic status on cardiovascular risk factors in African-Americans at high risk for type II diabetes: Implications for syndrome X.” Diabetes Care 20: 745-752.

Galvotti, C. and J. Fava (1993). “Commentary.” Diabetes Spectrum 6: 40-41.

Gilden, J. L., C. Casia, et al. (1990). “Effects of self-monitoring of blood glucose on quality of life in elderly diabetic patients.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 38: 511.

Glasgow, R. E., K. D. McCaul, et al. (1987). “Self-care behaviors and glycemic control in type I diabetes.” Journal of Chronic Disease 40: 399-412.

Glasgow, R. E., D. J. Toobert, et al. (1989). “Diabetes-specific social learning variables and self-care behaviors among persons with type II diabetes.” Health Psychology 8: 285-303.

Glasgow, R. E., D. J. Toobert, et al. (1992). “Improving self-care among older patients with type II diabetes: The “sixty something…” study.” Patient Education and Counseling 19: 61-74.

Glasgow, R. E. and B. J. Anderson (1995). “Future directions for research on pediatric chronic disease management: Lessons from diabetes.” Journal of Pediatric Psychology 20: 389-402.

Glasgow, R., L. Ruggiero, et al. (1997). “Quality of life and associated characteristics in a large national sample of adults with diabetes.” Diabetes Care 20.

Goetsch, V. L., J. L. Abel, et al. (1994). “The effects of stress, mood, and coping on blood glucose in NIDDM: A prospective pilot evaluation.” Behaviour Research and Therapy 32: 503-510.

Goldston, D. B., M. Kovacs, et al. (1995). “A longitudinal study of life events and metabolic control among youths with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.” Health Psychology 14: 409-414.

Gonder-Frederick, L. A., D. M. Jullian, et al. (1988). “Self-measurement of blood glucose: Accuracy of self-reported data and adherence to recommended regimen.” Diabetes Care 11: 579-585.

Goodall, T. A. and W. K. Halford (1991). “Self-management of diabetes mellitus: A critical review.” Health Psychology 10: 1-8.

Hampson, S. E., R. E. Glasgow, et al. (1990). “Personal models of diabetes and their relations to self-care activities.” Health Psychology 9: 623-646.

Hanson, C. L., M. J. DeGuire, et al. (1996). “Self-care behaviors in insulin-dependent diabetes: Evaluative tools and their associations with glycemic control.” Journal of Pediatric Psychology21: 467-482.

Harris, M. I., R. Klein, et al. (1992). “Onset of NIDDM occurs at least 4-7 yr. before clinical diagnosis.” Diabetes Care 15: 815-819.

Harris, M. I. and D. C. Robbins (1994). “Prevalence of adult-onset IDDM in the U.S. population.” Diabetes Care 17: 1337-1340.

Hartwell, S. L., R. M. Kaplan, et al. (1986). “Comparison of behavioral interventions for control of type II diabetes mellitus.” Behavior Therapy 17: 447-461.

Haynes, R. B., D. W. Taylor, et al., Eds. (1979). Compliance in Health Care. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Heiby, E. M., C. T. Gafarian, et al. (1989). “Situational and behavioral correlates of compliance to a diabetic regimen.” Journal of Compliance and Health Care 4: 101-116.

Hirsch, I., M. Matthews, et al. (1983). “Home capillary blood glucose monitoring (HBGM) for diabetic youth: A one year follow-up of 98 patients.” Diabetes 32(16A).

Hurley, D. (1993). “DCCT results are sweet, but FPs sour on compliance.” Medical World News 34: 22-27.

Ignatavicius, D. D. and M. V. Bayne (1991). Interventions for clients with diabetes mellitus.Medical-Surgical Nursing. M. J. Brown. Philadelphia, PA, W.B. Saunders Co.1584-1623.

Irvine, A. A. (1989). “Self-care behaviors in a rural population with diabetes.” Patient Education and Counseling 13: 3-13.

Jacobson, A. M., S. T. Hauser, et al. (1994). Psychosocial aspects of diabetes. Joslin’s Diabetes Mellitus. R. Kahn and G. C. Weir. Baltimore, Lea & Febiger431-450.

Jacobson, A., S. Hauser, et al. (1997). “Psychological adjustment to IDDM: 10-year follow-up of an onset cohort of child and adolescent patients.” Diabetes Care 20: 811-818.

Johnson, S. B., A. Freund, et al. (1990). “Adherence-health status relationships in childhood diabetes.” Health Psychology 9: 606-631.

Johnson, S. B. (1991). Compliance with complex medical regimens: Assessing daily management of childhood diabetes. Advances in Behavioral Assessment of Children and Families. R. J. Prinz. London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers. 5: 113-137.

Johnson, S. B., M. Kelly, et al. (1992). “A longitudinal analysis of adherence and health status in childhood diabetes.” Journal of Pediatric Psychology 17: 537-553.

Johnson, S. (1992). “Methodological issues in diabetes research.” Diabetes Care 15: 1658-1667.

Kamiya, A., I. Ohsawa, et al. (1995). “A clinical survey on the compliance of exercise therapy for diabetic outpatients.” Diabetees Research and Clinical Practice 27: 141-145.

Kavanagh, D. J., S. Gooley, et al. (1993). “Prediction of adherence and control in diabetes.”Journal of Behavioral Medicine 16: 509-522.

Knuiman, M. W., T. A. Welborne, et al. (1986). “The prevalence of diabetic complications in relation to risk factors.” Diabetes 35: 1132-1139.

Kumanyika, S. K. and C. K. Ewart (1990). “Theoretical and baseline considerations for diet and weight control of diabetes among blacks.” Diabetes Care 13: 1154-1162.

LaGreca, A. M., S. Follansbee, et al. (1990). “Developmental and behavioral aspects of diabetes management in youngsters.” Children’s Health Care 19: 132-139.

Littlefield, C. H., D. Daneman, et al. (1992). “Relationship of self-efficacy and bingeing to adherence to diabetes regimen among adolescents.” Diabetes Care 15: 90-94.

Maclean, H. M. (1991). “Patterns of diet related self-care in diabetes.” Social Science and Medicine 32: 689-696.

McCaul, K. D., R. E. Glasgow, et al. (1987). “Diabetes regimen behaviors: Predicting adherence.” Medical Care 25: 868-881.

McNabb, W. (1997). “Adherence in diabetes: Can we define it and can we measure it?”Diabetes Care 20: 215-218.

Melander, A. (1996). “Review of previous impaired glucose tolerance intervention studies.”Diabetic Medicine 13: S20-S22.

Mortensen, H. and P. Hougaard (?). “Comparison of metabolic control in a cross-sectional study of 2,873 children and adolescents with IDDM from 18 countries.” Diabetes Care 20: 714-720.

Murphy, E. and A. L. Kinmonth (1995). “No symptoms, no problem? Patients’ understandings on non-insulin dependent diabetes.” Family Practice 12: 184-192.

NIH (1995). Diabetes Statistics, National Institutes of Health.

Nouwen, A., J. Gingras, et al. (1997). “The development of an empirical psychosocial taxonomy for patients with diabetes.” Health Psychology 16: 263-271.

O’Connor, P., W. Rush, et al. (1996). “Continuous quality improvement can improve glycemic control for HMO patients with diabetes.” Archives of Family Medicine 5: 502-506.

Orme, C. M. and Y. M. Binik (1989). “Consistency of adherence across regimen demands.”Health Psychology 8: 27-43.

Padgett, D. K. (1991). “Correlates of self-efficacy belief among patients with non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus in Zagreb, Yugoslavia.” Patient Education and Counseling 18: 139-147.

Paes, A., A. Bakker, et al. (1997). “Impact of dosage frequency on patient compliance.”Diabetes Care 20: 1512-1517.

Persily, C. (1996). “Relationships between the perceived impact of gestational diabetes mellitus and treatment adherence.” Journal of Obstetric, Gynocologic, and Neonatal Nursing25: 601-607.

Pohl, S. L., L. Gonder-Frederick, et al. (1984). “Diabetes Mellitus: An overview.” Behavioral Medicine Update 6: 3-7.

Polly, R. K. (1992). “Diabetes health beliefs, health care behaviors, and glycemic control among older adults with non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.” Diabetes Educator 18: 321-327.

Rabin, C., S. Amir, et al. (1986). “Compliance and control: Issues in group training for diabetics.” Health and Social Work 11: 141-151.

Rainwater, N. (1983). “Adherence to the diabetes medical regimen: Assessment and treatment strategies.” Pediatric Annals 12: 658-661.

Reid, P. and P. Appleton (1991). “Insulin dependent diabetes mellitus: Regimen adherence in children and young people.” The Irish Journal of Psychology 12: 17-32.

Reid, G. J., E. F. Dubow, et al. (1994). “Contribution of coping to medical adjustment and treatment responsibility among children and adolescents with diabetes.” Developmental and behavioral pediatrics 15: 327-335.

Reynolds, L. A., S. B. Johnson, et al. (1990). “Assessing daily diabetes management by 24-hour recall interview: The validity of children’s reports.” Journal of Pediatric Psychology 15: 493-509.

Rossi, J. S. and P. Bourgeois (in press). “Summary and Commentary.” Diabetes Spectrum.

Rossini, A. A., J. P. Mordes, et al. (1985). “Immunology of insulin dependent diabetes mellitus.” The Annual Review of Immunology 3: 289-320.

Ruggiero, L., A. Spirito, et al. (1990). “Impact of social support and stress on compliance in women with gestational diabetes.” Diabetes Care 13(4): 441-443.

Ruggiero, L. and M. M. Clark (1992). “Obesity management in people with diabetes: An update.” Diabetes Spectrum 5: 199-201, 234-237.

Ruggiero, L. and J. O. Prochaska (1993). “Readiness for change: Application of the transtheoretical model to diabetes.” Diabetes Spectrum 6: 21-60.

Ruggiero, L., S. T. McGravey, et al. (1993). “Self-reported compliance with diabetes self-management during pregnancy.” International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine 23: 195-207.

Ruggiero, L., J. Dryfoos, et al. (1994). Kidney versus kidney/pancreas transplant impact on the quality of life for insulin dependent diabetes mellitus patients with kidney disease. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, MA.

Ruggiero, L., C. T. Orleans, et al. (1995). New models for diabetes management: Stage-based interventions for cost-saving disease management. Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

Ruggiero, L., J. M. Dryfoos, et al. (1996). Facing the challenge of changing multiple health behaviors: Diabetes self-management. Society of Behavioral Medicine., Washington, D.C.

Ruggiero, L., R. Glasgow, et al. (1997). “Diabetes self-management: Self-reported recommendations and patterns in a large population.” Diabetes Care 20: 568-576.

Ruggiero, L., J. Rossi, et al. (1997). “Smoking and diabetes: Readiness for change, and provider advice.” Submitted for publication.

Ruggiero, L. (?). Helping people with diabetes change: Practical appplication of the stages of change model, LifeScan Education Institute.

Russell, M. (1986). Behavioral Counseling in Medicine: Strategies for Modifying At-Risk Behavior. NY, Oxford University Press.

Schafer, L. C., R. E. Glasgow, et al. (1982). “Increasing the adherence of diabetic adolescents.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 5: 353-362.

Schifferdecker, E., K. Schmidt, et al. (1994). “Long-term compliance of intensified insulin therapy.” Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice 23: 17-23.

Schmidt, L. E., R. V. Klover, et al. (1992). “Compliance with dietary prescriptions in children and adolescents with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.” Journal of the American Dietetic Association 92: 567-570.

Shillitoe, R. and M. Christie (1990). Psychological approaches to the management of chronic illness: The example of diabetes mellitus. Current Developments in Health Psychology. P. Bennett, J. Weinman and P. Spurgeon. New York, Harwood Academic Publishers177-208.

Simmons, M. W. and N. Owen (1992). “Perspectives on the management of type II diabetes.”Australian Psychologist 27: 99-102.

Smith, D. E. and R. R. Wing (1991). “Diminished weight loss and behavioral compliance during repeated diets in obese patients with type II diabetes.” Health Psychology 10: 378-383.

Spirito, A., L. Ruggiero, et al. (1990). “Maternal and fetal health locus of control during pregnancy: A comparison of women with diabetes and nondiabetic women.” Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 8: 195-206.

Spirito, A., L. Ruggiero, et al. (1993). “The relationship of diabetes knowledge to regimen compliance and metabolic control during pregnancy.” Psychology and Health 8: 345-353.

Surwit, R. S., M. N. Feinglos, et al. (1983). “Diabetes and behavior: A paradigm for health psychology.” American Psychologist 38: 255-262.

Toobert, D. J. and R. E. Glasgow (1991). “Problem solving and diabetes self-care.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 14: 71-86.

Toobert, D. and R. Glasgow (1994). Assessing diabetes self-management: The summary of diabetes self-care activities questionnaire. Handbook of Psychology and Diabetes: A Guide to Psychological Measurement in Diabetes Research and Practice. C. Bradley. Newark, NJ, Harwood Academic Publishers (part of the Gordon & Breech Publishing Group).

Wagner, J. (1997). SMBG.

Welch, G., A. Jacobson, et al. (1997). “The problem areas in diabetes scale: An evaluation of its clinical utility.” Diabetes Care 20: 760-766.

Wing, R. R., L. H. Epstein, et al. (1985). “Compliance to self-monitoring of blood glucose: A marked-item technique compared with self-report.” Diabetes Care 8: 456-460.

Wysocki, T. (1989). “Impact of blood glucose monitoring on diabetic control: Obstacles and interventions.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 12: 183-205.

Wysocki, T., L. Green, et al. (1989). “Blood glucose monitoring by diabetic adolescents: Compliance and metabolic control.” Health Psychology 8: 267-284.

Wysocki, T., B. S. Hough, et al. (1992). “Diabetes mellitus in the transition to adulthood: Adjustment, self-care, and health status.” Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 13: 194-201.

Zayfert, C. and V. L. Goetsch (1992). “Self-monitoring of blood glucose: Impact and adherence during diabetic pregnancy.” Annals of Behavioral Medicine 14(292-301).

Zinman, B. (1984). “Diabetes mellitus and exercise.” Behavioral Medicine Update 6: 22-25.

Zinman, B. and M. Vranic (1985). “Diabetes and exercise.” The Medical Clinics of North America 69: 145-157.

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