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Dr. Miriam Mulsow
Miriam Mulsow, Ph.D.
Human Development and Family Studies
(806)834-3892 - Office 511
miriam.mulsow@ttu.edu

University of Georgia, 1998

Director, Human Development and Family Studies Graduate Program
Associate Professor, Human Development and Family Studies

Interests:

Family Stress, Resilience, and Parenting; Southeast Asia; Addictions; Program Evaluation; Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; Child Maltreatment.

Recent Publications:

Mulsow, M. (2007). Treatment of comorbidity in families. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 25, 125-140.

West, S.; Mulsow, M.; & Arredondo, R. (2007). An examination of the psychometric properties of the Attention Deficit Scales for Adults with outpatient substance abusers. American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 33, 755-764.

Stevens, T., & Mulsow, M. (2006). There is no meaningful relationship between television exposure and symptoms of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Pediatrics, 117, 665-672.

Corwin, M., Mulsow, M., Schwebach, A., & Kanitkar, K (2005). The prevention of behavioral problems among adolescents with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. In T. P. Gullotta & G. Adams (Eds.), Handbook on the treatment and prevention of dysfunctional behavior in adolescence. NY: Kluwer/Plenum Academic Press., 191-210.

Lee, J. R., Mulsow, M., Fischer, J., & Harris, K., Arredondo, R., & Shumway, S. (2004) Effects of gender, sexual victimization, and duration of substance abuse on substance abuse treatment. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 22, 27-42.

Lee, J. R., Mulsow, M., & Reifman, A. (2003) Long-term correlates of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A meta-analysis. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 61-68.

Mulsow, M., Pursley, M., Caldera, Y. M., Reifman, A., & Huston, A.C. (2002). Multilevel factors influencing maternal stress during the first three years, Journal of Marriage and Family, 64, 415-448.