Kathy Goggin, Ph.D.


 

Kathy Goggin, Ph.D.
Curators' Professor
Director HIV/AIDS Research Group
Department of Psychology

 

 

Website:

Motiv8-KC Adherence Project

Education

Bachelor: Psychology, Summa Cum Laude, California State University Dominguez Hills (1989)

Doctoral: Clinical Psychology with specialty in Behavioral Medicine, San Diego State University and University of California San Diego Joint Doctoral Program (1994 – 1995)

Post-doctoral: Aaron Diamond Foundation, New York State Psychiatric Institute and Cornell University Medical College

Chief Fellow, NIMH Postdoctoral Research Training Program in HIV/AIDS, New York Hospital, Cornell University Medical College and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (1995–1997)

Research Interests

HIV/AIDS, adjustment to chronic/terminal disease, adherence to medical regime, primary and secondary prevention in HIV and substance use/abuse, health promotion in communities of color, protective factors (e.g., autonomous regulation, spirituality, self- efficacy) in health decision making, MOTIV8 Adherence Project, Heartland Health Network (HHN) (http://heartlandhealthnetwork.org/)

Lab Work or Projects

Co-Investigator, Pilot Grant, Frontiers Pilot and Collaborative Studies, Improving Medication Adherence in Multiple Sclerosis (March 2012-February 2013) $30,000. Major Goal: Pilot test a MI-CBT intervention to improve medication adherence among patients with MS.

Mentor, National Institute of Health, T32, Cardiovascular Outcomes Research Training Program (July 2012 – June 2017) $1,461,597. Major Goals: Establish a successful cardiovascular outcomes research training program.

Mentor, UMKC, Effects of Priming Religious Words on a Measure of AIDS-related Stigma (December 2011-Jume 2012) $530. Major Goals: This study examines whether there is a relationship between religiosity and measures of AIDS-related stigma.
  

Co-Mentor, Principal Investigator, Lumpkins, National Cancer Institute, K01:  
Communicating Colorectal Cancer Prevention thru Urban African American Churches (9/11-8/16) $605,602. Major Goals: E Conduct a pilot study with 8 African American churches to determine the feasibility of implementing a culturally and religiously-targeted CRC screening intervention with African American faith-based communities.

 

Co-Mentor, Principal Investigator: Miller, Heartland Institute for Clinical & Translational Research, University of Kansas Medical Center’s, KL2 RR033177 & UL1 RR033179: Health Educator in the Emergency Department to Improve Reproductive Care for Adolescents (8/11-8/12). Major Goals: Our objective in this application is to develop an ED-based intervention for adolescents aged 14-19 years that will increase access to care, provide more timely detection of STIs and pregnancy, and ultimately reduce adolescents’ risk for STIs and unintended pregnancies. 

 

Mentor, Principal Investigator: Martinez, NIMH, F31 MH090927: HIV stigma reduction and testing in the Hispanic/Latino Church setting. (10/10 – 09/12) $82,720. Major Goal(s): This NRSA F31 to Promoting Diversity in Health Related Research Fellowship will: 1) explore the infrastructure and capacity of Latino church settings to support prevention interventions, and 2) develop and evaluate a culturally and religiously adapted measure of predictors of individuals’ intentions to seek HIV testing in the Latino church context.

 

Principal Investigator, National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, RC4 MD005738: African Americans in Health Science Research: A University, Community, and Faith-Based Model (08/10 – 07/13) $1,000,000. Major Goal(s): Create a model partnership network between academic health researchers, the African American faith-based community, and community-based health service organizations to address health disparities.

 

Co-Investigator, Principal Investigator: Catley, National Cancer Institute, R01 CA133068: Can Motivational Interviewing be Effective for Smoking Cessation? (10/09 - 06/12) $1,552,110.Major Goal(s): Conduct a three arm randomized controlled trial to test the efficacy of Motivational Interviewing for motivating quit attempts among smokers not yet ready to quit.

 

Mentor, Principal Investigator: Berkley-Patton, NIMH K01 MH082640: HIV Testing in African American Churches. (08/08 – 07/13) $842,304. Major Goal(s): This Mentored Research Career Award (K23) provides support for Dr. Jannette Berkley-Patton to obtain the requisite training expertise to develop and test a church-based intervention to increase HIV testing among African Americans.

 

Co-Mentor, Principal Investigator: Nollen, National Heart Lung Blood Institute K23 HL090496: Impacting Diet and Sedentary Behaviors in Adolescents using Handheld Computers.(02/09 – 01/14) $471,455. Major Goal(s): The primary aim of this project is to test the feasibility and acceptability of a 3 month    intervention delivered to adolescents via handheld computer. Secondary aims are to explore 3 and 6 month  changes body mass index (BMI), FVs, TV/screen time, physical activity, and sweetened beverages, and  examine mediators and moderators of change.

 

Co-Principal Investigator, UM-UWC Exchange Program: Chronic Disease in South African Townships. (01/08 – 12/09) $20,000. Major Goal(s): 1) enhance the motivational aspects of an on-going intervention program focused on the primary prevention of non-communicable chronic diseases among residents of an urban township in Cape Town, South Africa; 2) produce a properly cultural and language translated assessment battery; 3) conduct a community-based pilot study focused to provide pilot data for the development of an extramural grant proposal to conduct a multi-year randomized trial; and 4) assist in the professional development of selected junior faculty members and students from both universities.

 

Co-Investigator, Principal Investigator: Puoane, South African National Research Foundation: Non-Communicable Diseases in South African Townships. (07/08 – 06/10) $15,000 Major Goal(s): Support student research assistants to assist in data collection for a pilot project focused on chronic disease prevention in an urban township in Cape Town, South Africa.

 

Principal Investigator, NIH/NIMH, RO1 MH68197, ART Adherence: Enhanced Counseling and Observed Therapy (01/04 – 12/08) $3,335,681. Major Goal(s): This 5 year randomized controlled trial will assign HIV+ patients to enhanced counseling with observed therapy, enhanced counseling alone, or standard care with assessments conducted at baseline, 3, 6, and 12 months, and the primary test of adherence and secondary outcome of viral load assessed at 1 year. Goal is to determine whether enhanced counseling combined with observed therapy is more effective than enhanced counseling alone or standard care in increasing adherence to ART and/or decreasing viral load.

Mentor, Principal Investigator: Berkley-Patton, NIH/NIMH, Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health Related Research (09/05– 12/08) $356,398. Major Goal(s):  1) to develop and coordinate a Community Advisory Board comprised of HIV+ individuals, affected family members, HIV care providers, and community leaders, 2) to translate evidence-based adherence innovations identified by the project into appropriately applied practices for HIV/AIDS healthcare practitioners, patients and systems, and 3) to identify and describe successful process for translating evidence-based innovations into practice.

Co-Investigator, Principal Investigator: Liu, NIH/NIMH, R01 MH078773, Multi-Site Collaborative Study for Adherence, Virologic and Clinical Outcome (08/07 – 07/12) $3,475,138. Major Goal(s): This multi-site collaborative study integrates medication adherence data with patient demographic, psychosocial characteristics and behavioral, virologic and clinical outcomes data collected from 2,830 individuals across 15 studies from 13 major institutions. The goals are to: 1) create a powerful data source to address questions that cannot be answered with any single data set; 2) create and validate adherence measures that can characterize multi-faceted adherence behavior fully, objectively and accurately; 3) study the patterns and determinants of adherence to antiretroviral medications and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions with the large, diverse HIV+ populations; and 4) model virologic outcomes, clinical events, disease progression and death as functions of adherence to antiretroviral medications, and patient, medication and regimen characteristics over time.

Mentor, Principal Investigator: Paul, NIH/NIMH, K23MH65857, Improving adherence to HAART in HIV (12/02 – 12/07) $725,000. Major Goal(s): This Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Career Award (K23) provides support for Dr. Robert Paul to obtain the requisite training and expertise to investigate treatment outcome in patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

Co-Investigator, Principal Investigator: Folk, NIH/NCCAM, U19 AT003264, TICIPS: HIV/AIDS, Secondary Infections and Immune Modulation (09/05– 08/09) $4.4m. Major goals of The International Center for Indigenous Phytotherapy Studies (TICIPS) are to: a)create a collaborative environment to support scientifically rigorous and ethical studies of African phytotherapies and healthcare systems; b) train scientists to conduct high caliber research in complementary and alternative medical practices (CAM); c) communicate evidence for the safety and efficacy of indigenous phytotherapies and CAM to healthcare providers and the public; d) advance the health and well-being of the African and American peoples. Dr. Goggin is Co-Leader of Research Project I which is a randomized double blind placebo controlled study to investigate the safety and efficacy of Lessertia frutescens in HIV-infected South Africans. The goals of this study are to: 1) determine the safety of Lessertia frutescens when used by HIV-1 infected adults with early disease, 2) determine the effect of Lessertia frutescens on secondary [quality of life in HIV-infected adults measured by the Medical Outcomes Study HIV Health Survey (MOS-HIV)] and Tertiary (length of common infection) outcomes, and 3) document the impact of Lessertia frutescens on markers of HIV disease progression.

Student Research Projects

Schmidt, P., Goggin, K., Catley, D., Martinez, D., & Champassak, S. (2012, April). Physician and Patient Interactions: Methods of Assistance and Barriers Regarding Smoking Cessation. Poster presented at the SEARCH Symposium, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

 

Gutierrez, A., Goggin, K., Martinez, D, & Champassak, S. (2012, April) Effects of priming religious words on a measure of AIDS stigma. Poster presented at the SEARCH Symposium, University of Missouri-Kansas City.

 

Martinez, D. A., Goggin, K., Berkley-Patton, J., & Gomez, C. (2012, April). A qualitative study assessing barriers and facilitators to HIV testing in Latino churches. Poster presented at the 33rd Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA.

 

Finocchario-Kessler, S., Thomson, N., Bradley-Ewing, A., Catley, D., Banderas, J., & Goggin, K. (2011, May).  Patient Communication Tools to Enhance ART Adherence Counseling. Poster presented at the 6th  NIMH/ IAPAC International Conference on HIV Treatment Adherence, Miami, FL

Moreno, J.L., Catley, D., Lee, H.S., & Goggin, K. (2011, April). Demographic and smoking characteristics and interest in quitting among HIV+ individuals enrolled in a clinical trial. Poster presented at the 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington DC.

 

Champassak, S.L., Goggin, K., Catley, D., Martinez, D., & Finocchario-Kessler, S. (2011, April). Identifying potential mediators and secondary effects of an effective ART adherence intervention. Paper presented at the 32th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

Martinez, D.A., Goggin, K., Gerkovich M.M., & Williams, K.(2009, April). Can the Brief COPE and RCOPE be used in HIV+ samples? Poster presented at the 30th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

Wise, D., Goggin, K., & De Lurgio, S. (2008, Oct). Using interrupted time-series to measure the effects of criminal non-disclosure laws on HIV testing rates and incidence. Poster presented at the American Public Health Association 136th Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.

 

Martinez, D., Goggin, K., Catley, D., Gerkovich M., Pinkston, M., Thomson D., Bradley-Ewing A., Carruth T., Williams, K., Wright, J., Berkley-Patton J., Kakolewski, K. & Clark, K. (2008). Coping differences related to age, education, and substance use among HIV+ patients on ART. Poster submitted to the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

Pinkston, M., Goggin, K., Clark, K., Wright, J., Carruth T., Gerkovich M., & Williams, K. (2008). Sometimes a Jelly Bean isn’t just a Jelly Bean: Increasing empathy in medical students. Poster submitted to the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

Clark, K., Pinkston, M., Goggin, K., Carruth, T., Bingham, C., Lipari, J., & Martinez, D. (2008). Sexual health messages in women’s magazines. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 35(suppl), s207. Poster submitted to the 29th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Diego, CA.

Hayes, S., Catley, D., Puoane, T., Krigel, S. & Goggin, K. (2008, Feb). Cigarette smoking, obesity, and alcohol use among residents of an urban township in South Africa. Poster presented at the 14th annual meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, Portland, OR.

Liston, R. J., Goggin, K., & Mitty, J. A.  (2007, Mar). Bridging the Research to Practice Gap: A Primer for Adapting Modified Directly Observed Therapy for ART. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 33(suppl), S123. Paper presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

Pinkston, M. M., Bradley-Ewing, A., Malomo, D.,Thomson, D.,  & Goggin, K. J.  (2008). A Qualitative Examination of the Indirect Effects of Modified Directly Observed Therapy on Health Behaviors Other than Adherence. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

Lynam, L., Catley, D., Goggin, K., Rabinowitz, J., Gerkovich, M., Williams, K., Wright, J. (2009). Autonomous Regulation and Locus of Control as Predictors of Antiretroviral Medication Adherence. The Journal of Health Psychology, 14(4), 578-86. PMCID: PMC2733914. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

 

McInerney, E. M., & Goggin, K. (2007, Mar). Relationship between Parental Loss and Adolescent Sexual Risk Behavior. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 33(suppl), S069. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

Pinkston, M. M., Gerkovich, M. M., Goggin, K., & Woods, B. (2007, Mar). Examining the Perceived Risks and Benefits of Alcohol Use Among African American Adolescents. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 33(suppl), S167. Poster presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC.

 

Liston, R.J., Berkley-Patton, J., & Goggin, K. (2006, Nov). Tell me a story: Using role model stories to promote use of HIV/AIDS prevention and care services. Poster presented at the 134th annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

Bradley-Ewing, A., & Goggin, K. (2006, Nov). Making it click: Seat belt use among young African Americans. Paper presented at the 134th annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Boston, MA.

Kennedy, S., Goggin, K., & Wise, D. (2006, Mar). Predictors of sexual risk behaviors among African-American adolescents: A meta-analysis. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

Publications

(* indicates Student/Postdoctoral Fellows under direct supervision)

Simoni, J., Huh, D., Wilson, I., Shen, J., Goggin, K., Reynolds, N., Remian, R., Bangsberg, D., & Liu, H. for the MACH14 Group. (In Press) Race/ethnicity disparities in ART adherence in the United States: Findings from the MACH14 study. Journal of AIDS. doi: 10.1097/QAI.0b013e31825db0bd. PMID 22595873

 

Rosen, M., Black, A., Arnsten, J., Goggin, K., Remien, R., Simoni, J., Golin, C., Bangsberg, D., & Liu, H. for the MACH14 Group (2012). Association between use of specific drugs and antiretroviral adherence: Findings from MACH14. AIDS and Behavior. doi: 10.1007/s10461-011-0124-7. PMID 22246513

 

Genberg, B.L., Wilson, I.B., Bangsberg, D., Arnsten, J., Goggin, K., Remien, R.H., Simoni, J., Gross, R., Reynolds, N., Rosen, M., Liu, H. For the MACH14 Investigators. (2012) Patterns of ART adherence and impact on HIV RNA among patients from the MACH14 study. AIDS. doi: 10.1097/QAD.0b013e328354bed6. PMID: 22526519

 

Wagner, G.J., Goggin, K., Remien, R.H., Rosen, M.I., Simoni, J., Bangsberg, D., Liu, H., & MACH14 Investigators. (2011). A closer look at depression and its relationship to HIV antiretroviral adherence. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 42(3):352-60. doi 10.1007/s12160-011-9295-8. PMID 21818528

 

Finocchario-Kessler, S., Catley, D., Thomson, N., Bradley-Ewing, Berkley-Patton, J., & Goggin, K. (In Press). Patient Communication Tools to Enhance ART Adherence Counseling in Low and High Resource Settings. Patient Education and Counseling.

Martinez, D., Goggin, K., Catley, D., Gerkovich M., Pinkston, M., Williams, K., Berkley-Patton J., & Clark, K. (In Press). Do coping styles mediate the relationship between substance use and educational attainment and ART adherence? AIDS and Behavior


Lynam, I., Catley, D., Harris, K.J., Goggin, K., Berkley-Patton, J., & Thomas, J. (2012). African American Smokers’ Intention to Use Pharmacotherapy for Cessation. Am Journal of Health Behavior, 36(5):615-627. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5993/AJHB.36.5.4
 

Finocchario-Kessler, S., Bastos, FI., Malta, M., Anderson, J., Goggin, K., Sweat, M., Dariotis, J., Bertoni, N., & Kerrigan, D. (2012). Discussing childbearing with HIV-infected women of reproductive age in clinical care: A comparison of Brazil and the US. AIDS and Behavior.16(1): 99-107. PMID:21359541

 

Thompson, N., Nazir, N., Cox, L.S., Faseru, B., Goggin, K., Ahluwalia, J.S., & Nollen, N. (2011). Unannounced telephone pill counts for assessing varenicline adherence in a pilot clinical trial. Patient Preference and Adherence. 5: 475-82. PMCID: PMC3191924
 

Estabrooks, P., Pagoto, S., Otten, J., Pbert, L., Stone, A., King, A., Goggin, K., & Emmons, K. (2011). The Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) and public policy advocacy: A call to action. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 1(3): 492-6. DOI: 10.1007/s13142-011-0073-8

 

Wagner, G.J., Goggin, K., Remien, R.H., Rosen, M.I., Simoni, J., Bangsberg, D., Liu, H., & MACH14 Investigators. (2011). A closer look at depression and its relationship to HIV antiretroviral adherence. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 42(3):352-60. DOI 10.1007/s12160-011-9295-8 

 

Finocchario-Kessler, S., Catley, D., Berkley-Patton, J., Gerkovich, M., William, K., Banderas, J., & Goggin, K. (2011). Baseline predictors of ≥90% antiretroviral therapy adherence in a diverse urban sample: The role of patient autonomy support and fatalistic religious beliefs. AIDS Patient Care and STDS, 25(2): 103-111. DOI:10.1089/apc.2010.0319
 

Catley, D., Goggin, K., & Lynam, I. (2010). Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its basic tools. In C. Ramseier & J. Suvan (Eds.), Health behavior change in the dental practice. New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.

Goggin, K., Hawes, S.M., Duval, E.R., Spresser, C.D., Martinez, D.A., Lynam, I., Barnes, A., Hinton-Dampf, A.M., Murphy, M.E., Marken, P.A., & Catley, D. (2010). A Motivational Interviewing course for pharmacy students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74(4), Article 70. PMCID: PMC2879121

 

Berkley-Patton, J., Bowe-Thompson, C., Bradley-Ewing, A., Hawes, S., Moore, E., Williams, E., Martinez, D., & Goggin, K. (2010). Taking it to the Pews: A CBPR-guided HIV awareness and screening project with Black churches. AIDS Education and Prevention, 22(3), 218-237.

 

Goggin, K., Gqaleni, N., Mbhele, A.L., Makhathini, M.E., Buthelezi, T.D., Ndlovu, S.W., Shange, V.F., Thabethe, M.A., Mkhwanazi, D.A., Nkomo-Gwala, B.L., Hlongwane, T., Mdlalose, T, Ngubane, L., Wilson, D., Wu, A.W., Bartman, P., Gerkovich, M., Williams, K., Berkley-Patton, J., Tsolekile,  L., Puoane, T., Catley, D., Johnson, Q., & Folk, W. (2010). The translation and cultural adaptation of patient-reported outcome measures for a clinical study involving Traditional Health Providers and biomedically trained practitioners. Alternation, 17(1), 273-294.

 

Lynam, I., Catley, D., Goggin, K., Rabinowitz, J., Gerkovich, M., Williams, K., Wright, J., and MOTIV8. (2009). Autonomous regulation and locus of control as predictors of antiretroviral medication adherence. The Journal of Health Psychology, 14(4), 578-86. PMCID: PMC2733914

 

Berkley-Patton, J., Goggin, K., Liston, R., & Neville, S. (2009). Adapting effective narrative-based HIV prevention interventions to increase minorities’ engagement in HIV/AIDS services. Health Communication,24(3), 199-209. PMCID: PMC2746743

 

Goggin, K., Pinkston, M., Gqaleni, N., Puoane, T., Wilson, D., Berkley-Patton, J., & Martinez, D.A. (2009). The role of South African Traditional Health Practitioners in HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. In C. Pope, R. White, R. Malow (Eds.), Globalization of HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York Routledge.
 

Naughton, J., & Goggin, K. (2009). Attitudes towards male homosexuality, bisexuality, and the Down Low lifestyle: Demographic differences and HIV implications. Journal of Bisexuality, 9(1), 17-31.

 

Berkley-Patton, J., Bradley-Ewing, A., Thomson, N., Carruth, T., Gerkovich, M.M., & Goggin, K. (2009). Adherence masters: Reaching for perfection in ART adherence. In C. Pope, R. White, R. Malow (Eds.), Globalization of HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Routledge.

 

Bradley-Ewing, A., Thomson, D., Pinkston, M., & Goggin, K.J. (2008). A qualitative examination of the indirect effects of modified Directly Observed Therapy on health behaviors other than adherence. AIDS Patient Care and STD, 22(8), 663-8. PMCID: PMC2929153

 

Pinkston, M., Carruth, T., & Goggin, K. (2008). Empathetic jelly beans: One behavioral intervention begets another. The Behavior Therapist, 31(3), 53-57. [invited peer-reviewed brief report]

Estabrooks, P., Pagoto, S., Otten, J., Pbert, L., Stone, A., King, A., Goggin, K., & Emmons, K. (2011). The Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) and public policy advocacy: a call to action. Translational Behavioral Medicine. DOI: 10.1007/s13142-011-0073-8

Thompson, N., Nollen, N.L., Nazi,r N., Sanderson Cox, L., Faseru, B., Goggin, K., Ahluwalia, J.S. (in press). Unannounced telephone pill counts for assessing varenicline adherence in a pilot clinical trial. Patient Preference and Adherence

Wagner, G.J., Goggin, K., Remien, R.H., Rosen, M.I., Simoni, J., Bangsberg, D., Liu, H., & MACH14 Investigators. (2011). A closer look at depression and its relationship to HIV antiretroviral adherence. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. DOI 10.1007/s12160-011-9295-8 

*Finocchario-Kessler, S., Bastos, FI., Malta, M., Anderson, J., Goggin, K., Sweat, M., Dariotis, J., Bertoni, N., & Kerrigan, D. (In Press) Discussing childbearing with HIV-infected women of reproductive age in clinical care: A comparison of Brazil and the US. AIDS and Behavior

*Finocchario-Kessler, S., Catley, D., Berkley-Patton, J., Gerkovich, M., William, K., Banderas, J., & Goggin, K. (In Press). Baseline predictors of ≥90% antiretroviral therapy adherence in a diverse urban sample: The role of patient autonomy support and fatalistic religious beliefs. AIDS Patient Care and STD.

Catley, D., Goggin, K., & Lynam, I. (2010). Motivational Interviewing (MI) and its basic tools. In C. Ramseier & J. Suvan (Eds.), Health behavior change in the dental practice. New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell

Goggin, K., Hawes, S.M., Duval, E.R., Spresser, C.D., Martinez, D.A., Lynam, I., Barnes, A., Hinton-Dampf, A.M., Murphy, M.E., Marken, P.A., & Catley, D. (2010). A Motivational Interviewing course for pharmacy students. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 74(4), Article 70. PMCID: PMC287912

*Berkley-Patton, J., Bowe-Thompson, C., Bradley-Ewing, A., Hawes, S., Moore, E., Williams, E., Martinez, D., & Goggin, K. (2010). Taking it to the Pews: A CBPR-guided HIV awareness and screening project with Black churches. AIDS Education and Prevention, 22(3), 218-237.

Goggin, K., Gqaleni, N., Mbhele, A.L., Makhathini, M.E., Buthelezi, T.D., Ndlovu, S.W., Shange, V.F., Thabethe, M.A., Mkhwanazi, D.A., Nkomo-Gwala, B.L., Hlongwane, T., Mdlalose, T, Ngubane, L., Wilson, D., Wu, A.W., Bartman, P., Gerkovich, M., Williams, K., Berkley-Patton, J., Tsolekile,  L., Puoane, T., Catley, D., Johnson, Q., & Folk, W. (2010). The translation and cultural adaptation of patient-reported outcome measures for a clinical study involving Traditional Health Providers and biomedically trained practitioners. Alternation, 17(1), 273-294.

 

*Lynam, I., Catley, D., Goggin, K., Rabinowitz, J., Gerkovich, M., Williams, K., Wright, J., and MOTIV8. (2009). Autonomous regulation and locus of control as predictors of antiretroviral medication adherence. The Journal of Health Psychology, 14(4), 578-86. PMCID: PMC2733914

 

*Berkley-Patton, J., Goggin, K., Liston, R., & Neville, S. (2009). Adapting effective narrative-based HIV prevention interventions to increase minorities’ engagement in HIV/AIDS services. Health Communication,24(3), 199-209. PMCID: PMC2746743

 

Goggin, K., Pinkston, M., Gqaleni, N., Puoane, T., Wilson, D., Berkley-Patton, J., & Martinez, D.A. (2009). The Role of South African Traditional Health Practitioners in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Treatment. In C. Pope, R. White, R. Malow (Eds.), Globalization of HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Routledge.

*Naughton, J., & Goggin, K. (2009). Attitudes Towards Male Homosexuality, Bisexuality, and the Down Low Lifestyle: Demographic Differences and HIV Implications. Journal of Bisexuality.

Berkley-Patton, J., Bradley-Ewing, A., Thomson, N., Carruth, T., Gerkovich, M.M., & Goggin, K. (2009). Adherence Masters: Reaching for Perfection in ART Adherence. In C. Pope, R. White, R. Malow (Eds.), Globalization of HIV/AIDS: An Interdisciplinary Reader. New York: Routledge.

Goggin, K., Liston, R., & Mitty, J.A. (2007). Modified Directly Observed Therapy for ART: A Primer From the Field. Public Health Reports, 122, 472-481. [PubMed citation]

Goggin, K., Murray, T., Malcarne, V., Brown, S.A., & Wallston, K.A. (2007). Do religious and control cognitions predict risky behavior? I. Development and validation of the Alcohol-related God Locus of Control Scale for Adolescents (AGLOC-A). Cognitive Therapy and Research, 31, 111-122. [SpringerLink citation]

Goggin, K., Malcarne, V., Murray, T., Metcalf, K., & Wallston, K.A. (2007). Do religious and control cognitions predict risky behavior? II. Development and validation of the Sexual risk behavior-related God Locus of Control scale for Adolescents (SexGLOC-A). Cognitive Therapy and Research, 31, 123-139. [SpringerLink citation]

*Wise, D., Goggin, K., Gerkovich, M., Metcalf, K., & Kennedy, S. (2006). Predicting intentions to use condoms using gender, sexual experience and the Theory of Planned Behavior. American Journal of Health Education, 37(4), 210-218.

*Murray, T., Goggin, K., & Malcarne, V. (2006). Development and validation of the Alcohol-related God Locus of Control Scale (AGLOC). Addictive Behaviors, 31(3), 553-558.  [PubMed citation]

*Kennedy, S., Goggin, K., & Nollen, N. (2004). Adherence to HIV medications: Utility of the theory of self-determination. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 28(5), 611-628. [SpringerLink citation]

*Murray, T., Malcarne, V., & Goggin, K. (2003). Alcohol-related God/higher power control beliefs, locus of control, and recovery within the Alcoholics Anonymous paradigm. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 21(3), 23-41. [Haworth Press citation]

*Schmidt, C.K., & Goggin, K. (2002). Disclosure Patterns among HIV+ Women. American Clinical Laboratory, 21(2), 40-43. [Invited peer-reviewed article] [PubMed citation]

*Nollen, N.L., Goggin, K., Heiland, M.F., Catley, D., Kessler, K., Brammer, S.K., Schmidt, C., & Murray, T. (2002). The impact of combination therapy on the health behaviors of HIV+ gay men. AIDS and Behavior, 6(2), 131-139. [SpringerLink citation]

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