Eric Houston, PhDAssistant Professor
Office: Life Sciences Building, Room 248A
Research & Major Accomplishments
Houston, E., Sandfort, T., Watson, K.T. & Caton, C.L.M. (in press). Psychological pathways from childhood sexual and physical abuse to HIV risk behavior among single homeless women: The role of PTSD and borderline personality disorder symptoms. Journal of Health Psychology.
Houston, E., Sandfort, T., Dolezal, C., & Carballo-Diéguez, A. (2012). Depressive symptoms among MSM who engage in bareback sex: Does mood matter? AIDS and Behavior. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1007/s10461-012-0156-7.
Houston, E., McKirnan, D., Cervone, D., Johnson, M.S., & Sandfort, T.G.M. (2011). Assessing treatment motivation among patients receiving antiretroviral therapy: A multidimensional approach. Psychology and Health. Advance online publication. doi:10.1080/08870446.2011.618536.
Artistico, D., Orom, H., Cervone, D., Krauss, S., & Houston, E. (2010). Everyday challenges in context: The influence of contextual factors on everyday problem solving among young, middle-aged, and older adults. Experimental Aging Research, 36, 230-247.
Houston, E., & McKirnan, D. (2007). Intimate partner abuse among gay and bisexual men: Risk correlates and health outcomes. Journal of Urban Health 84(5), 681-690.
McKirnan, D., Houston, E., & Tolou-Shams, M. (2007). Is the web the culprit? Cognitive “escape” and Internet sexual risk among gay and bisexual men. AIDS and Behavior, 11, 151-160.