Journal Articles

 

2002:
Traci, M., Seekins, T., Szalda-Petree, A., & Ravesloot, C. (2002). Assessing secondary conditions among adults with developmental disabilities: A preliminary study. Mental Retardation, 40(2), 119-131.

2004:
Humphries, K., Traci, M., & Seekins, T. (2004). A Preliminary Assessment of the Nutrition and Food-system Environment of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Living in Supported Arrangements in the Community. Ecology of Food and Nutrition, 43(6), 517-532.

2005:
Ravesloot, C., Seekins, T., & White, G. (2005). Living Well with a Disability health promotion intervention: Improved health status for consumers and lower costs for health care policymakers. Rehabilitation Psychology, 50(3). 239-245.

2006:
Ipsen, C., Ravesloot, C., Seekins, T., & Seninger, S. (2006). A financial cost-benefit analysis of a health promotion program for individuals with mobility impairments. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 16(4), 220-228.

2007:
Hughes, R. B., Nosek, M., & Robinson-Whelen, S. (2007, January/February). Correlates of depression in rural women with disabilities. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing, 36(1), 105-114.

Humphries, K., Traci, M., & Seekins, T. (2008). Food on Film: Pilot Test of an Innovative Method for Recording Food Intake of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Living in the Community. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 21(2), 168-173. Early Online version (2007).

Ravesloot, C., Seekins, T., Cahill, T., Lindgren, S., Nary, D. E., & White, G. (2007). Health promotion for people with disabilities: Development and evaluation of the Living Well with a Disability Program. Health Education Research. 22(4), 522-531. 12

Robinson-Whelen, S., Hughes, R. B., Taylor, H. B., Hall, J. W., & Rehm, L. P. (2007). Depression self-management program for rural women with physical disabilities. Rehabilitation Psychology, 52(3), 254-262.

2008:
Humphries K., Langstaff, S., Bainbridge, D., & Seekins, T. (2008, November). The Wise Choices Food Pyramid. Let’s compare apples and oranges! International Electronic Journal of Nutrition and Wellness, 6(2).

Humphries, K., Traci, M., Pepper, A. & Seekins, T. (2008, October) Nutrition education and support program for community dwelling adults with intellectual disabilities. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 46(5), 335-345.

Morgan, R. O., Byrne, M. M, Hughes, R. B., Petersen, N., Taylor, H. B., Robinson-Whelen, S., Hasche, J, & Nosek, M. A. (2008, October). Do secondary conditions explain the relation between depression and health care cost in women with physical disabilities? Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 89(10), 1880-1886.

Nosek M. A., Robinson-Whelen, S., Hughes, R. B., Petersen, N. J., Taylor, H. B., Byrne, M. M., & Morgan, R. (2008). Overweight and obesity in women with physical disabilities: Associations with demographic and disability characteristics and secondary conditions. Disability and Health Journal, 1(2), 89-98.

Ravesloot, C. (2009, January). Changing stage of readiness for physical activity in Medicaid beneficiaries with physical impairments. Health Promotion Practice, 10(1), 49-57. Early online version (2008, March) posted as doi:10.1177/1524839906292182.

Oschwald, M., Renker, P., Hughes, R. B., Arthur, A., Powers, L. E., & Curry, M. A. (2009). Development of an accessible audio computer assisted self-interview to screen for abuse and provide safety planning strategies for women with disabilities. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24(5), 795-818.

Seekins, T., Traci, M., Cummings, S. J., Oreskovich, J., & Ravesloot, C. (2008). Assessing environmental factors that affect disability: Establishing a baseline of visitability in a rural state. Rehabilitation Psychology, 53(1), 80-84.

Wise, H., Ravesloot, C., Goldstein, M., Seekins, T., & Cowan, B. (2008). Comparison of physical therapist practice characteristics and provision of services in urban and rural America. HPA Resource, 8(3), J1-7. Journal of Health Policy & Administration.

2009:
Boehm, T. H., Traci, M. A., & Baker, J. (2009). Building community capacity to support reproductive health education for women with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Disability and Health Journal. [Abstract]

Curry, M. A., Powers, L. E., Renker, P., Hughes, R., Robinson-Whelen, S., & Oschwald, M. (2009). Reply to our commentators. Violence Against Women, 15(9), 1080-1086.

Curry, M. A., Renker, P., Hughes, R. B., Robinson-Whelen, S., Oschwald, M., Swank, P., & Powers, L.E. (2009). Development of measures of abuse among women with disabilities and the characteristics of their perpetrators. Violence Against Women, 15(9), 1001-1025.

Humphries, K., Pepper, A., Traci, M. A., Olsen, J., & Seekins, T. (2009, July). Nutritional intervention improves menu adequacy in group homes for adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 2(3), 136-144.

Humphries, K., Traci, M., & Seekins, T. (2009, June). Nutrition and adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities: Systematic literature review results. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 47(3), 163-185.

Koester, L. S., Middleton, M., Traci, M. A., & Kloehn, B. (2009). From infancy to adulthood: Developmental pathways of deaf children. Heilpädogogische Journal, 34(3), 132-146.

2010:
Boehm, T. H., Traci, M. A., & Baker, J. (2010). Building community capacity to support reproductive health education for women with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Disability and Health Journal, 3, e7-e8.

Hughes, R. B., Robinson-Whelen, S., Pepper, A. C., Gabrielli, J., Lund, E. M., Legerski, J., et al. (2010). Development of a safety awareness group intervention for women with diverse disabilities: A pilot study. Rehabilitation Psychology, 55(3), 263-271.

Robinson-Whelen, S., Hughes, R. B., Powers, L. E., Oschwald, M. M., Renker, P., Swank, P., et al. (2010). Efficacy of a computerized abuse and safety assessment Intervention for women with disabilities: A randomized control trial. Rehabilitation Psychology, 55(1), 97-107.

Traci, M. A., & Ware, D. (2010). Working with community partners to promote visit-ability in a rural state. Disability and Health Journal, 3, e8.

2011:
Child, B., Oschwald, M. M., Curry, M. A., Lund, M. A., Hughes, R. B., & Powers, L. E. (2011). Understanding crime victims with disabilities and Deaf victims’ experiences of reporting interpersonal violence to the police. Journal of Policy Practice, 10(4), 247-267.

Curry, M. A., Renkor, P., Robinson-Whelen, S., Hughes, R. B., Swank, P., Oschwald, M., & Powers, L. E. (2011). Facilitators and barriers to disclosing abuse among women with disabilities. Violence & Victims, 26, 430-444.

Lund, E. (2011). Community-based services and interventions for adults with disabilities who have experienced interpersonal violence: A review of the literature. Trauma, Violence & Abuse, 12(4), 171-182.

Hughes, R. B., Curry, M. A., Oschwald, M. M., Child, B., Powers, L. E., & Sullivan, M. (2011). Responding to interpersonal crime victims with disabilities: The perspective of law enforcement. Journal of Policy Practice, 10(3),185-205.

Hughes, R. B., Lund, E. M., Gabrielli, J., Powers, L. E., & Curry, M. A. (2011). Prevalence of interpersonal violence against community-living adults with disabilities: A literature review. Rehabilitation Psychology, 56(4), 302-319.

Ravesloot, C., Ruggiero, C., Ipsen, C., Traci, M., Seekins, T., Boehm, T., et al. (2011). Disability and health behavior change. Disability and Health Journal, 4(1), 19-23.

Traci, M., Costakis, C., Sutherland, S., & Laurin, K. (2011). The Three Forks Headwaters Trail Project: Improving Accessibility Through Community Input and Trail Assessment, Montana Policy Review, 15(2), 15-18.

Traci, M. A., & Seekins, T. (2011). Using participatory action research to promote self-advocacy and self-determination of people with disabilities: Consumer involvement in shaping Montana State and Local Public Health Policy and Practice. National Gateway to Self-Determination, 1, 27-32.

2012:
Humphries, K., Pepper, A., Traci, M., & Seekins, T. (Under review). Special dietary needs in community-dwelling adults with intellectual or developmental disabilities. The University of Montana.

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