Faculty Profile: Peter Monti, PHD

Peter Monti
Peter Monti, PHD
Donald G. Millar Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies
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Peter Monti's research interests include: adolescent substance abuse prevention and treatment; coping skills and relapse prevention; and combined cognitive behavioral and pharmacological interventions.

Biography

Peter M. Monti, Ph.D. — Director
Dr. Peter Monti is a Donald G. Millar Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies and Director of the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies at Brown University. He is also a senior career research scientist for the Department of Veterans Affairs. A recognized leader in understanding the biobehavioral mechanisms that underlie addictive behavior as well as its prevention and treatment, Dr. Monti has published approximately 200 papers, monographs, and chapters. These are primarily focused in the areas of assessment, mechanisms, early intervention, and treatment. During this past year he has lectured both nationally and internationally. He recently completed two books: Treating Alcohol Dependence: A Coping Skills Training Guide and The Tobacco Dependence Treatment Handbook: A Guide to Best Practices.

His contributions to the addictions field have been both theoretical and applied. Dr. Monti has trained hundreds of students, primarily psychology interns and postdoctoral fellows. He is presently PI on three major research grants: a basic mechanisms research program focused on understanding how a pharmacological agent affects craving for alcohol in the natural environment; a trauma unit assessment and brief intervention project that incorporates significant others into the treatment; and an adolescent smoking intervention project that focuses on promotion of both intrinsic and extrinsic motivation to change. A fourth grant, funded through his continuous Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Program, focuses on olanzapine and cue reactivity.

Dr. Monti regularly serves on numerous scientific review committees, including those for NIAAA and NIDA and the VA Merit Review Board for Alcohol and Drug Dependence. He was appointed chair of NIAAA's Portfolio Review Committee-a committee charged with helping to chart the course for the Alcohol Institute for the next five- to ten-year period and was recently appointed to NIAAA's Extramural Advisory Board. He has sat on numerous editorial boards of scientific journals and was recently appointed to the board of the Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse. He was recently appointed editor of the Center's publication, the Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application. He currently holds fellowship status in Divisions 12, 18, and 50 of the American Psychological Association and is a fellow of the American Psychological Society. In 2003 he received the Distinguished Researcher Award from Section VIII of Division 12. Dr. Monti was on the Board of Trustees of Stonehill College and the Board of Directors of the Research Society on Alcoholism and currently sits on the Board of Directors of S.M.A.R.T. Recovery International. In 2002 Dr. Monti was presented with the Musiker-Merenda Award by the Rhode Island Psychological Association for his "outstanding contributions to mental health and psychology". He was the recipient of the Association of Medical School Psychologists Distinguished Researcher Award in 2003 and of the Research Society on Alcoholism's (RSA) Distinguished Researcher Award in 2006. He is past President of the RSA. He serves on the NIH Council for the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Institutions

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Research Description

Peter M. Monti is Donald G. Millar Distinguished Professor of Alcohol and Addiction Studies and Director of the Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. He has been a Senior Career Research Scientist for the Department of Veteran's Affairs for twenty years and has chaired review panels for both VA Merit Review and NIH. He has sat on numerous Editorial Boards and Boards of Directors in the addictions field. Dr. Monti's expertise lies in understanding the bio-behavioral mechanisms involved in both pharmacotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for substance abuse disorders, and he has been a leader toward increasing the integration of psychosocial and biomedical models of substance abuse and treatment research. Dr. Monti is presently PI on two major research grants: a basic mechanisms research program focused on understanding how a pharmacological agent affects craving for alcohol in the natural environment; and a trauma unit assessment and brief intervention project that incorporates significant others into the treatment. He has been a pioneer on biobehavioral mechanisms that cut across alcohol and nicotine use and abuse and on the use of cue reactivity as an endophenotype. His contributions are reflected in nearly 200 manuscripts of both innovative assessment and translational treatment approaches in these areas, as well as in five books. His Treating Alcohol Dependence Book, currently undergoing its third revision, has been a mainstay of treatment both in this country and abroad, and his newsletter, The Brown University Digest of Addiction Theory and Application (DATA), serves to bridge empirical work in addictions (such as that conducted in his lab) with the treatment community.

Grants and Awards

Rhode Island Psychological Association Musiker-Merenda Award, 2002.

Association of Medical School Psychologists Distinguished Researcher
Award, 2003.

Research Society on Alcoholism Distinguished Researcher Award, 2006

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Addictive Behavior Lifetime Achievement Award, 2011

American Psychological Association Distinguished Career Contributions to Education and Training Award, 2012

Research Society on Alcoholism, 2nd Annual Marlatt Mentorship Award, 2013

Affiliations

Society of Behavioral Medicine
Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco
Research Society on Alcoholism
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Psychological Association - fellow
American Psychological Association, Division 12, 18 & 50 - fellow
American Psychological Association, Division 12, Section III
American Public Health Association
Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies
Eastern Psychological Association
Rhode Island Psychological Association
Association for the Advancement of Psychology
International Council of Psychologists
American Psychological Society
Association of Medical School Psychologists
College on Problems of Drug Dependence
Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology
International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism

Funded Research

COMPLETED GRANTS:

1. Health Service Research and Development Grant, Department of Veterans Affairs. "Evaluation of the Effectiveness of a Social Skills Training Program for the Alleviation of Social Skills Deficits and Social Anxiety", 1978-1981. $200,000. Principal Investigator.

2. Roche Laboratories Grant, Department of Veterans Affairs. $500 awarded, for Social Competence Symposium, 1980.

3. Merck, Sharp & Dohme Postgraduate Program Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, $500 awarded, for Social Competence Symposium, 1980.

4. Department of Veterans Affairs RMEC Grant, Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, $2,000 awarded, for Social Competence Symposium, 1980.

5. NIMH Psychosocial & Behavioral Treatment Research Grant. "Psychological Treatment of Depressed Inpatients", 1982-1984. Approx. $218,227. Co-Investigator with Ivan Miller, Ph.D., Principal Investigator.

6. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute-Behavioral Medicine Study Section. "Psychosocial Stressors Smoking Cessation and CV Risk", 1982-1985. Approx. $425,321. Co-principal Investigator (P.I.: D. Abrams, Ph.D.).

7. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Alcohol, Social Skills and Social Anxiety: An Assessment and Treatment Program", 1982-1985. $206,000. Principal Investigator.

8. American Psychological Association Psychology Defense Fund Grant, 1983. $3,500 for the Rhode Island Psychological Association.

9. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Profiling Alcoholics for Treatment Matching: Coping Skills and Cue Reactivity", 1985–1986, $48,000. Principal Investigator.

10. National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. "Psychosocial Stressors Smoking Cessation and CV Risk", 1986-1989. Approx. $744,000. Co-principal Investigator (P.I.: D. Abrams, Ph.D.).

11. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs. "Coping Skills and Cue Exposure for Alcohol Relapse Prevention", 1986–1989. $468,000. Principal Investigator.

12. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Social Skills Treatment of Cocaine Abusers", 1988-1993. Approx. $1,587,350. Principal Investigator. Renewal: 1993-1997.

13. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Cue Exposure and Social Skills Treatment for Alcoholics", 1988-1993. Approx. $2,000,000. Principal Investigator.

14. ADAMHA Small Instrumentation Grant, 1989. Approx. $13,680.

15. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Smoking among Alcoholics: Effects on Alcohol Cue Reactivity and Craving", 1989-1991. $100,000 TDC. Principal Investigator.

16. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute-Behavioral Medicine Study Section. "Nicotine Dependence and Smoking Relapse", 1991-1994. Approx. $1,095,200. Co-principal Investigator (P.I.: R. Niaura, Ph.D.).

17. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Smoking's Effect on Elicited Reactions to Alcohol Cues among Alcoholics", 1991-1994. $287,320. Principal Investigator.

18. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Smoking, Alcoholics' Reactivity, and Treatment Motivation", 1991–1996. Approx. $2,137,998. Principal Investigator.

19. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. "Conduct Disorder and Adolescent Substance Abuser Relapse: A Pilot Study", 1992-1993. $8,000 TDC. Co-principal Investigator (P.I.: W. Myers, Ph.D.).

20. Brown University Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies. "Adolescent Emergency Department Drinking and Driving Intervention: A Pilot Study", 1993-1994. Approx. $16,000. Principal Investigator.

21. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Effects of Naltrexone on Alcohol Cue Reactivity", 1995-1998. $333,400 TDC. Principal Investigator.

22. Robert Wood Johnson Grant, "Youth Alcohol Diagnostic Screening Study", 1997-1999. $92,000. Principal Investigator.

23. Robert Wood Johnson Grant. "Phase II Pilot Study: Motivational Interviewing for Teen Smoking in the Emergency Room", 1997-1999. $180,635. Principal Investigator.

24. Robert Wood Johnson Grant. "Adolescence and Substance Abuse: Reaching Teens through Brief Intervention", 1999. $50,000. Principal Investigator.

25. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Motivational Interviewing for Teen Drinking and Driving", 1994-1999. Approx. $2,104,550. Principal Investigator.

26. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Coping, Exposure & Naltrexone Treatment with Alcoholics", 1994-2000. Approx. $2,050,292. Principal Investigator (with D. Abrams, R. Brown, T. Mueller, D. Rohsenow & R. Swift).

27. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Efficacy of Depression Skills Treatment with Alcoholics", 1996-2000. Approx. $1,855,712. Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.: R. Brown, Ph.D.).

28. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant, "Cocaine Craving and Coping in Treatment and Relapse", 1997-2001. Approx. $699,975. Co-Principal Investigator. (P.I.: Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

29. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, The Miriam Hospital. "Motivating Outpatient Alcoholics to Quit Smoking", 1996-2001. Approx. $87,286. Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.: D. Abrams, Ph.D.).

30. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Naltrexone and Nicotine Replacement Effects on Cue Reactivity of Smokers" 1998-2001. $404,800 TDC. Principal Investigator (Co-P.I.: D. Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

31. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Smoking Cessation Treatment for Substance Abusers", 1998-2002. Approx. $620,561. Co-Investigator (P.I.: D. Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

32. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Increasing Alcoholics' Motivation to Quit Smoking", 1997-2003. Approx. $2,442,632. Co-Principal Investigator. (Co-P.I.: D. Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

33. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Motivational Interviewing for Teen Smoking in the E.R.", 1997-2003. Approx. $1,566,861. Principal Investigator.

34. National Cancer Institute Grant, "Measuring Dependence and Withdrawal in Teen Smokers", 1998-2003. Approx. $872,040. Co-Investigator (P.I.: S. M. Colby, Ph.D.).

35. Department of Veterans Affairs Merit Review Grant, Veterans Affairs MedicalCenter. "Effects of Olanzapine on Cigarette Cue Reactivity and Smoking Behavior" 2001-2004. $500,000. Principal Investigator. (P.I.: D. Rohsenow).

36. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Peer-enhanced Motivational Interviewing for ETOH Misuse", 2001-2005. $899,341. Co-Principal Investigator (P.I.: T. O'Leary Tevyaw, Ph.D.).

37. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Motivational Interviewing for ETOH+ Teens in the ER", 1999-2005. $1,858,879. Principal Investigator.

38. Department of Veterans Affairs Senior Career Research Scientist Award, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 1999-2006. Approximately $1,000,000 TDC. Principal Investigator.

39. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Motivational Interviews for Mandated ETOH Education", 2000-2005, $862,352. Co-Investigator (P.I.: N. Barnett, Ph.D.).

40. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant, "Motivational Interviews for Incarcerated Teens", 2000-2005, $1,441,665. Co-Investigator (P.I.: L. Stein, Ph.D.).

41. Minority Supplement, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Contingency Management and Motivational Enhancement Therapy for Adolescent Smoking", 2002-2005. $65,469. Principal Investigator.

42. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Naltrexone, Craving and Drinking: Ecological Assessment", 2000-2006. $2,654,442. Principal Investigator.


CURRENT GRANTS:

43. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Alcohol Intervention/Treatment Outcome Research Training", 1986-2016. $2,927,385. Principal Investigator.

44. National Institute of Drug Abuse Grant. "Motivating Substance Abusers to Quit Smoking", 2001-2007. $3,157,705. Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI: D. Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

45. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Family Motivational Interviews for ETOH+ Teens in the ER", 2002-2007. $3,129,297. Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI: A. Spirito, Ph.D.).

46. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Contingency Management and Motivational Enhancement Therapy for Adolescent Smoking", 2002-2007. $3,104,578. Principal Investigator.

47. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Ondansetron and Naltrexone: Cue Reactivity and Drinking", 2003-2008. $1,438,450. Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI: D. Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

48. National Institute of Drug Abuse Grant. "Improving Smoking Cessation Outcomes in Heavy Drinkers", 2003-2007.$1,646,117. Co-Investigator (P.I.: C. Kahler, Ph.D.).

49. National Institutes of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Brief Interventions to Reduce Drinking Among Batterers", 2003-2008. $1,250,000. Co-Investigator (P.I.: G. Stuart, Ph.D.).

50. National Institute of Drug Abuse Grant. "Mechanisms Relating Conduct Disorder and Drug Abuse", 2003-2006. $348,197. Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI: R. Miranda, Ph.D.).

51. National Institute of Drug Abuse Grant. "Smoking Versus Alternative Reinforcers in Adolescents", 2003-2008. $1,931,258. Co-Investigator (P.I.: S. Colby, Ph.D.).

52. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Naturalistic Influences on Alcohol Problems in College", 2003-2008. $3,290,694. Co-Investigator (P.I.: N. Barnett, Ph.D.).

53. National Institute of Drug Abuse Grant. "Substance Abuse Intervention Outcome Research Training". $964,849. Co-Investigator (P.I.: Damaris Rohsenow, Ph.D.).

54. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant, "Treatment of Youth Alcohol Abuse and Suicidality", 2004-2008. $1,179,494. Co-Investigator (P.I.: C.Esposito-Smythers, Ph.D.).

55. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Motivation and Skills for THC/ETOH+ Teens in Jail", 2004-2009. $3,401,064. Co Investigator (P.I.: Lynda Stein, Ph.D.).

56. National Institutes of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. "MI for Teen Substance Abuse with Psychiatric Comorbidity", 2004-2009. $198,130. Co-Investigator (P.I.: R. Brown, Ph.D.).

57. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Effect of Mood on Impulsivity among Adolescent Smokers", 2004-2006. $426,250. Co-Investigator (P.I.: Chad Gwaltney).

58. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Enhanced MI with Alcohol Positive Trauma Patients", 2005-2010. $3,131,486. Principal Investigator.

59. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Bupropion Treatment for Smokers in Drug Abuse Recovery", 2005-2010. $1,184,780. Co-Investigator (P.I.: D. Kalman, Ph.D.).

60. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Stepped Care for Mandated College Students" 2005-2010. $250,000. Co-Investigator (P.I.: B. Borsari, Ph.D.).

61. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Grant. "Biobehavioral Mechanisms of Topiramate and Drinking", 2006-2010. $2,865,476. Principal Investigator.

62. National Institute on Drug Abuse Grant. "Mechanisms Linking Hostility and Smoking", 2006-2008. $1,111,032. Co-Investigator (P.I.: C. Kahler, Ph.D.).

63. Veterans Affairs Medical Center. "Baclofen Effects on Smoking Urge, Withdrawal and Preference", 2005-2009. $150,000. Co-Principal Investigator.

Teaching Experience

Brown University - Alcohol Use and Misuse - 2003 to present

Brown University -Tobacco, Smoking and the Evil Empire

Brown University - Etiology of Substance Use Disorders: Genetic, Neurobiological, Behavioral, and Cultural Influences

Brown University - Psychosocial and Pharmacologic Treatment of Substance Use Disorders

Selected Publications

  • Curtin, J. J. Barnett, N. Colby, S. Rohsenow, D. & Monti. P.M. (2005). Cue Reactivity in adolescents: Measurement of separate approach and avoidance reactions. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 66, 332-343. (2005)
  • Lewis-Esquerre, J., Colby, S.M., O'Leary Tevyaw, T., Eaton, C., Kahler, C.W., & Monti, P.M. (2005). Validation of the Timeline Follow-Back in the Assessment of Adolescent Smoking. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 79, 33–43. (2005)
  • Colby, S.M., Monti, P.M. O'Leary, T.A., Barnett, N.P., Spirito A., Rohsenow, D.J., Riggs, S., & Lewander, W. (2005). Brief motivational intervention for adolescent smokers in medical settings. Addictive Behaviors, 30, 865-874. (2005)
  • Rohsenow, D.J., Martin, R.A., & Monti, P.M. (2005). Urge-specific and lifestyle coping strategies of cocaine abusers: Relationships to treatment outcomes. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 78, 211-219. (2005)
  • Rohsenow, D. J., Colby, S. M., Martin, R. A., & Monti, P. M. (2005). Nicotine and Other Substance Interaction Expectancies questionnaire: Relationship of expectancies to substance use. Addictive Behaviors, 30, 629-641. (2005)
  • Monti, P.M., Miranda, R., Nixon, K., Sher, K.J., Swartzwelder, H.S., Tapert, S.F., White, A., & Crews, F.T. (2005). Adolescence: Booze, Brains and Behavior. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 29, 207-220. (2005)
  • Spirito, A., Monti, P.M., Barnett, N.P., Colby, S.M., Sindelar, H., Rohsenow, D.J., Lewander, W., & Myers, M. (2004). A randomized clinical trial of a brief motivational intervention for alcohol positive adolescents. Journal of Pediatrics, 145, 396-402. (2004)
  • Rohsenow, D.J., Sirota, A.D., Martin, R., & Monti, P.M. (2004). The Cocaine Effects Questionnaire for patient populations: Development and psychometric properties. Addictive Behaviors, 29, 537-553. (2004)
  • Rohsenow, D.J., Monti, P.M., Martin, R.A., Colby, S.M., Myers, M., Gulliver, S.B., Brown, R.A., Mueller, T., Gordon, A., & Abrams, D.B. (2004). Motivational enhancement and coping skills training for cocaine abusers: Effects on substance use outcomes. Addiction, 99, 862-874. (2004)
  • Monti, P.M., Tidey, J., Czachowski, C.L., Grant, K.A., Rohsenow, D.J., Sayette, M., Maners, N., & Pierre, P. (2004). Building bridges: The transdisciplinary study of craving from the animal lab to the lamppost. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 28, 279-287. (2004)
  • Kalman, D., Tirch, D., Kahler, C.W., Penk, W., Kaschub, C., & Monti, P. (2004). Twelve-week outcomes from an investigation of high dose nicotine patch therapy for heavy smokers with a past history of alcohol dependence. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 18, 78-82. (2004)
  • Colby, S.M., Rohsenow, D.J., Monti, P.M., Gwaltney, C., Gulliver, S.B., Abrams, D.B., Niaura, R.S., & Sirota, A.D. (2004). Effects of tobacco deprivation on alcohol cue reactivity and drinking among young adult social drinkers. Addictive Behaviors, 29, 879-892. (2004)
  • Barnett, N. P., O'Leary Tevyaw, T., Fromme, K., Borsari, B., Carey, K. B., Corbin, W., Colby, S. M., & Monti, P. M. (2004). Brief alcohol interventions with mandated or adjudicated college students. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 28, 966-975. (2004)
  • Tapert, S.F., Colby, S.M., Barnett, N.P., Spirito, A., Rohsenow, D.J., Myers, M.G., & Monti, P.M. (2003). Depressed mood, gender, and problem drinking in youth: A brief report. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 12, 55-68. (2003)
  • Rohsenow, D.J., Monti, P.M., Colby, S.M., Gulliver, S.B., Swift, R.M., & Abrams, D.B. (2003). Naltrexone treatment for alcoholics: Effects on cigarette smoking rates. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 5, 231-236. (2003)
  • Monti, P.M., Niaura, R., & Abrams, D.B. (2003). Ongoing Research and Future Directions. In D.B. Abrams, R. Niaura, R.A. Brown, K.M. Emmons, M.G. Goldstein, & P.M. Monti (Eds), The Tobacco Dependence Treatment Handbook: A Guide to Best Practices. New York, Guilford. (2003)
  • McCaul, M.E. & Monti, P.M. (2003). Research Priorities for Alcoholism Treatment. In:Galanter, M. (Ed). Recent Developments in Alcoholism, XVI: Research on Alcoholism Treatment. New York, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers. (2003)
  • Chung, T., Colby, S.M., O'Leary, T.A., Barnett, N.P., & Monti, P.M. (2003). Screening for cannabis use disorders in an adolescent emergency department sample. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 70, 177-186. (2003)
  • Barnett, N. P., Monti, P. M, Spirito, A., Colby, S. M., Rohsenow, D. J., Ruffolo, L., & Woolard, R. (2003). Alcohol use and related harm among older teenagers treated in an Emergency Department: The importance of alcohol status and college status. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 64, 342-349. (2003)
  • Asher, M.K., Martin, R.A., Rohsenow, D.J., MacKinnon, S.M., Traficante, R., & Monti, P.M. (2003). Perceived barriers to quitting smoking among alcohol dependent patients in treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 24, 169-174. (2003)
  • Abrams, D.B., Brown, R., Niaura, R.S., Emmons, K., Goldstein, M., & Monti, P.M. (2003). The Tobacco Dependence Treatment Handbook: A Guide to Best Practices. New York, Guilford Press. (2003)
  • Rohsenow, D.J., Abrams, D.B., Monti, P.M., Colby, S.M., Martin, R., Niaura, R.S. (2003). The smoking effects questionnaire for adult populations: Development and psychometric properties. Addictive Behaviors, 28, 1257-1270. (2003)
  • Rohsenow, D.J., Monti, P.M., Colby, S.M., & Martin, R.A. (2002). Brief interventions for smoking cessation in alcoholic smokers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 26, 1950-1951. (2002)
  • Monti, P.M., Kadden, R., Rohsenow, D.J., Cooney, N., & Abrams, D. (2002). Treating Alcohol Dependence: A Coping Skills Training Guide, Second Edition. New York, Guilford Press. (2002)
  • Monti, P.M., Rohsenow, D.J., Swift, R.M., Gulliver, S.B., Colby, S.M., Mueller, T.I., Brown, R.A., Gordon, A., Abrams, D.B., Niaura, R.S., & Asher, M .K. (2001). Naltrexone and cue exposure with coping and communication skills training for alcoholics: Treatment process and one-year outcomes. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 25, 1634-1647. (2001)