Thomas Brigham, PhD

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Washington State University, Pullman, WA, United States 
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Alan Gross grad student University of Mississippi
Colin M. Peeler grad student 2000 WSU
Dana F. Lindemann grad student 2003 WSU
Ryan Sain grad student 2005 WSU
Kristin N. Onorati grad student 2012 WSU
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Lindemann DF, Brigham TA, Harbke CR, et al. (2005) Toward errorless condom use: a comparison of two courses to improve condom use skills. Aids and Behavior. 9: 451-7
Lindemann DF, Brigham TA. (2003) A Guttman scale for assessing condom use skills among college students. Aids and Behavior. 7: 23-7
Sain R, Brigham TA. (2003) The effect of a threaded discussion component on student satisfaction and performance Journal of Educational Computing Research. 29: 419-430
Peeler CM, Far J, Miller J, et al. (2000) An analysis of the effects of a program to reduce heavy drinking among college students Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education. 45: 39-54
Godat LM, Brigham TA. (1999) The effect of a self-management training program on employees of a mid-sized organization Journal of Organizational Behavior Management. 19: 65-83
Meier SE, Brigham TA, Gilbert BJ. (1998) Analyzing methods for increasing designated driving Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community. 17: 1-14
Meier SE, Brigham TA, Ward DA, et al. (1996) Effects of blood alcohol concentrations on negative punishment: implications for decision making. Journal of Studies On Alcohol. 57: 85-96
Brigham TA, Moseley SA, Sneed S, et al. (1994) Excel: An intensive and structured program of advising and academic support to assist minority freshmen to succeed at a large state university Journal of Behavioral Education. 4: 227-242
Bates BL, Brigham TA. (1990) Modifying hypnotizability with the Carleton Skills Training program: a partial replication and analysis of components. The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis. 38: 183-95
Brigham TA. (1989) On the Importance of Recognizing the Difference Between Experiments and Correlational Studies American Psychologist. 44: 1077-1078
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