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Caroline J. Easton, Ph.D.

Caroline J. Easton, Ph.D.

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About Me

Faculty Appointments

Interim Professor - Department of Psychiatry, Administration (SMD)

Research

Dr. Easton has been the PI and Co-I on NIH-funded RO1s, Center Grants, and UGUH3 grant mechanisms. Dr. Easton has received numerous funding support from the Department of Human Health Services, including Rural Health Prevention and Treatment Grants (RCORP), Training Predoctoral Training Interns (GPE...
Dr. Easton has been the PI and Co-I on NIH-funded RO1s, Center Grants, and UGUH3 grant mechanisms. Dr. Easton has received numerous funding support from the Department of Human Health Services, including Rural Health Prevention and Treatment Grants (RCORP), Training Predoctoral Training Interns (GPE and BHWET), numerous foundation grants (Patrick Lee, McGowan, Donaghue, Byrne), Criminal Justice Grants (DHMAS Forensic Diversionary Grants) and more recently, Department of Defense Grants. Her primary translational clinical research interests are in: 1) development and deployment of Digital Therapeutics (DTXs) & randomized controlled trials designed to improve treatment outcomes among clients with addiction, trauma, other behavioral health diagnoses and medical comorbidities; 2) biomarker research designed to inform DTXs and treatment outcomes within the addiction and psychiatric field; 3) wearable technology designed to inform the continuous screening and monitoring of behavioral health and addiction symptoms and; 4) the use of AI with DTXs and wearable technology as a method to prevent psychiatric decompensation as well as prevent substance use relapse.

Publications

Journal Articles

Online Crowdsourcing as a Quasi-Experimental Method for Collecting Data on the Perpetration of Alcohol-Related Partner Aggression.

Crane CA, Berbary C, Schlauch RC, Easton CJ

Trauma, violence & abuse.. 2022 April 23 (2):331-341. Epub 08/10/2020.

The Impact of Depressive Symptoms on Response to Integrated Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Substance Use Disorders and Intimate Partner Violence.

Kelly LM, Crane CA, Zajac K, Easton CJ

Advances in dual diagnosis.. 2021 August 1014 (3):85-98. Epub 05/21/2021.

A meta-analytic review of the relationship between cyber aggression and substance use.

Crane CA, Wiernik BM, Berbary CM, Crawford M, Schlauch RC, Easton CJ

Drug and alcohol dependence.. 2021 April 1221 :108510. Epub 02/09/2021.

Provocation and target gender as moderators of the relationship between acute alcohol use and female perpetrated aggression.

Crane CA, Schlauch RC, Testa M, Easton CJ

Aggression and violent behavior.. 2019 40 :39-43. Epub 03/06/2018.

Problematic alcohol use as a risk factor for cyber aggression within romantic relationships.

Crane CA, Umehira N, Berbary C, Easton CJ

The American journal on addictions. 2018 June 6 Epub 06/06/2018.

Physical Health Conditions and Intimate Partner Violence Perpetration Among Offenders With Alcohol Use Diagnoses.

Crane CA, Easton CJ

Journal of interpersonal violence.. 2017 June 32 (11):1678-1691. Epub 06/09/2015.

The proximal effects of acute alcohol use on female aggression: A meta-analytic review of the experimental literature.

Crane CA, Licata ML, Schlauch RC, Testa M, Easton CJ

Psychology of addictive behaviors : journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors.. 2017 February 31 (1):21-26. Epub 01/12/2017.

Integrated treatment options for male perpetrators of intimate partner violence.

Crane CA, Easton CJ

Drug and alcohol review.. 2017 January 36 (1):24-33. Epub 01/21/2017.

Interventions to reduce intimate partner violence perpetration among people with substance use disorders.

Easton CJ, Crane CA

International review of psychiatry.. 2016 October 28 (5):533-543. Epub 1900 01 01.

Comorbid substance use diagnoses and partner violence among offenders receiving pharmacotherapy for opioid dependence.

Crane CA, Schlauch RC, Devine S, Easton CJ

Journal of addictive diseases.. 2016 35 (3):205-11. Epub 02/22/2016.

Legal factors associated with change in alcohol use and partner violence among offenders.

Crane CA, Schlauch RC, Hawes SW, Mandel DL, Easton CJ

Journal of substance abuse treatment.. 2014 August 47 (2):151-9. Epub 04/13/2014.

Sub-Clinical Trauma in the Treatment of Partner Violent Offenders with Substance Dependence.

Crane CA, Oberleitner LM, Easton CJ

Advances in dual diagnosis.. 2013 6 (1):5-13. Epub 1900 01 01.

Contingency management treatment in substance abusers with and without legal problems.

Petry NM, Rash CJ, Easton CJ

The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law.. 2011 39 (3):370-8. Epub 1900 01 01.

Racial differences in treatment effect among men in a substance abuse and domestic violence program.

Scott MC, Easton CJ

The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse.. 2010 November 36 (6):357-62. Epub 10/12/2010.

Neurocognitive performance among alcohol dependent men with and without physical violence toward their partners: a preliminary report.

Easton CJ, Sacco KA, Neavins TM, Wupperman P, George TP

The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse.. 2008 34 (1):29-37. Epub 1900 01 01.

Cigarette smoking and intimate partner violence among men referred to substance abuse treatment.

Easton CJ, Weinberger AH, McKee SA

The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse.. 2008 34 (1):39-46. Epub 1900 01 01.

The cost-effectiveness of four treatments for marijuana dependence.

Olmstead TA, Sindelar JL, Easton CJ, Carroll KM

Addiction.. 2007 September 102 (9):1443-53. Epub 07/23/2007.

Adverse childhood experiences, smoking and mental illness in adulthood: a preliminary study.

Sacco KA, Head CA, Vessicchio JC, Easton CJ, Prigerson HG, George TP

Annals of clinical psychiatry : official journal of the American Academy of Clinical Psychiatrists.. 2007 19 (2):89-97. Epub 1900 01 01.

Beneficial effects of thiamine on recognition memory and P300 in abstinent cocaine-dependent patients.

Easton CJ, Bauer LO

Psychiatry research.. 1997 May 3070 (3):165-74. Epub 1900 01 01.