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NAME                                                                                  POSITION TITLE
Matthew P. Martens, Ph.D.                                                             Associate Professor
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EDUCATION/TRAINING (Begin with baccalaureate or other initial professional education, such as nursing, and include postdoctoral training.)
                                                                               DEGREE
                   INSTITUTION AND LOCATION                                       (if        YEAR(s)                     FIELD OF STUDY
                                                                              applicable)
Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA                                             B.A.              1995      Human Development/History
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC                                 M.A.              1997      Sport Psychology
University of Missouri, Columbia, MO                                          Ph.D.             2002      Counseling Psychology

A. Positions and Honors
 Positions and Employment

2007-present Associate Professor, Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology, and Research,
             University of Memphis
2006-2007 Associate Professor, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, University at
             Albany, State University of New York
2002-2006 Assistant Professor, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, University at
             Albany, State University of New York

Other Experience and Professional Membership
1997-present Member, American Psychological Association
             Division Memberships: 5     (Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics)
                                   17 (Society of Counseling Psychology
                                   47 (Exercise and Sport Psychology)
                                   50 (Addictions)
2003-present Liaison, American Psychological Association Divisions 50 and 17
2004-present Member, Research Society on Alcoholism

B.    Selected peer-reviewed publications or manuscripts in press (in chronological order)
      Addictive Behaviors Publications
     1. Martens, M. P., Cox, R. H., & Beck, N. C. (2003). Negative consequences of intercollegiate athlete
        drinking: The role of drinking motives. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 64, 825-828.
     2. Martens, M. P., Cox, R. H., Beck, N. C., & Heppner, P. P. (2003). Measuring motivations for
        intercollegiate athlete alcohol use: A confirmatory factor analysis of the Drinking Motives Measure.
        Psychological Assessment, 15, 235-239.
     3. Martens, M. P., Taylor, K. K., Damann, K. M., Page, J. C., Mowry, E. S., & Cimini, M. D. (2004).
        Protective factors when drinking alcohol and their relationship to negative alcohol-related
        consequences. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 18, 390-393.
     4. Anderson, D. A., Martens, M. P., & Cimini, M. D. (2005). Do female college students who purge report
        greater binge drinking and negative alcohol-related consequences? International Journal of Eating
        Disorders, 37, 65-68.
     5. Sanford, T. C., Davidson, M. M., Yakushko, O. F., Martens, M. P., Hinton, P. S., & Beck, N. C. (2005).
        Clinical and “subclinical” eating disorders: An examination of collegiate athletes. Journal of Applied
        Sport Psychology, 17, 79-86.
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    6. Martens, M. P., Brown, N. T.; Donovan, B. M., & Dude, K. (2005). Measuring negative consequences
       of college student substance use: A psychometric evaluation of the Core Alcohol and Drug Survey.
       Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, 38, 164-175.
    7. Martens, M. P., Ferrier, A. G., Sheehy, M. J., Corbett, K., Anderson, D. A., & Simmons, A. (2005).
       Development of the Protective Behavioral Strategies Scale. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 66, 698-705.
    8. Martens, M. P., Watson, J. C., Royland, E. M., & Beck, N. C. (2005). Development of the Athlete
       Drinking Scale. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 19, 158-164.
    9. Martens, M. P., Dams-O’Connor, K., & Beck, N. C. (2006). A systematic review of college student-
       athlete drinking: Prevalence rates, sport-related explanations, and interventions. Journal of Substance
       Abuse Treatment, 31, 305-316.
    10. Martens, M. P., Dams-O’Connor, K., Duffy-Paiement, C., & Gibson, J. T. (2006). Social norms and
        alcohol consumption among intercollegiate athletes. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20, 178-184.
    11. Martens, M. P., Page, J. C., Mowry, E. S., Taylor, K. K., Damann, K. M., & Cimini, M. D. (2006).
        Differences between actual and perceived student norms: An examination of alcohol use, drug use, and
        sexual behavior. Journal of American College Health, 54, 295-300.
    12. Martens, M. P., Watson, J. C., & Beck, N. C. (2006). Sport-type differences in alcohol use among
        intercollegiate athletes. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 18, 136-150.
    13. Anderson, D. A., Simmons, A. M., Martens, M. P., Ferrier, A. G., & Sheehy, M. J. (2006). The
        relationship between disordered eating behavior and drinking motives in college-age women. Eating
        Behaviors, 7, 419-422.
    14. Dams-O’Connor, K., Martens, M. P., & Anderson, D. A. (2006). Negative alcohol-related consequences
        among women who want to lose weight. Eating Behaviors, 7, 188-195.
    15. Martens, M. P., Dams-O’Connor, K., & Duffy-Paiement, C. (2006). Comparing off-season versus in-
         season alcohol consumption among intercollegiate athletes. Journal of Sport and Exercise
         Psychology, 28, 502-510.
    16. Martens, M. P., Cimini, M. D., Barr, A. R., Rivero, E. M., Vellis, P. A., Desemone, G. A., & Horner, K. J.
        (2007). Implementing a screening and brief intervention for high-risk drinking in university-based health
        and mental health care settings: Reductions in alcohol use and correlates of success. Addictive
        Behaviors, 32, 2563-2572
    17. Martens, M. P., Ferrier, A. G., & Cimini, M. D. (2007). Do protective behavioral strategies mediate the
        relationship between drinking motives and alcohol use in college students? Journal of Studies on
        Alcohol, 68, 106-114.
    18. Martens, M. P., Neighbors, C., Dams-O’Connor, K., Lee, C. M., & Larimer, M. E. (2007). The factor
        structure of a dichotomously scored Rutgers Alcohol Problems Index. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and
        Drugs, 68, 597-606.
    19. Martens, M. P., Pedersen, E. R., LaBrie, J. W., Ferrier, A. G., & Cimini, M. D. (in press). Measuring
        alcohol-related protective behavioral strategies among college students: Further examination of the
        Protective Behavioral Strategies Scale. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors.
    20. Dams-O’Connor, K., Martin, J. L., & Martens, M. P. (2007). Social norms and alcohol consumption
        among intercollegiate athletes: The role of athlete and nonathlete reference groups. Addictive
        Behaviors, 32, 2657-2666.
    Methodological/Measurement Publications
    21. Martens, M. P., & Webber, S. N. (2002). Psychometric properties of the Sport Motivation Scale: An
        evaluation with college varsity athletes from the U.S. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 24,
        254-270.

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    22. Martens, M. P., Parker, J. C., Smarr, K. L., Hewett, J. E., Slaughter, J. R., & Walker, S. E. (2003)
        Assessment of depression in rheumatoid arthritis: A modified version of the Center for Epidemiologic
        Studies-Depression Scale. Arthritis Care and Research, 49, 549-555.
    23. Cox, R. H., Martens, M. P., & Russell, W. D. (2003). Measuring anxiety in athletics: The revised
        Competitive State Anxiety Inventory-2. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 25, 519-533.
    24. Cox, R. H., Sandstedt, S. D., Martens, M. P., Ward, D. G., Webber, S. N., & Ivey, S. (2004).
        Development of the Student-Athlete Experiences Inventory. Journal of Sport Behavior, 27, 243-258.
    25. Sandstedt, S.D., Cox, R.H., Martens, M.P., Ward, D.G., Webber, S.N., & Ivey, S. (2004). Development
        of the student-athlete career situation inventory (SACSI). Journal of Career Development, 31, 79-93.
    26. Martens, M. P. (2005). The Use of Structural Equation Modeling in Counseling Psychology Research.
        The Counseling Psychologist, 33, 269-298.
    27. Martens, M. P. (2005). Future directions of structural equation modeling in counseling psychology. The
        Counseling Psychologist, 33, 275-282.
    28. Martens, M. P., VanDyke, M., Parker, J. C., Smarr, K. L., Hewett, J. E., Hewett, J. E., & Walker, S. E.
        (2005). Analyzing reliable change in depression among individuals with rheumatoid arthritis. Arthritis
        Care and Research, 53, 973-978.
    29. Martens, M. P., Parker, J. C., Smarr, K. L., Hewett, J. E., Ge, B., Slaughter, J. R., & Walker, S. E.
        (2006). Development of a shortened CES-D for assessment of depression in rheumatoid arthritis.
        Rehabilitation Psychology, 51, 135-139.
    30. Friedlander, M. L., Escudero, V., Horvath, S., Heatherington, L., Cabero, A., & Martens, M. P.
        (2006). System for Observing Family Therapy Alliances: A tool for research and practice. Journal of
        Counseling Psychology, 53, 214-224.
    31. Martens, M. P., & Haase, R. H. (2006). Advanced applications of structural equation modeling:
        Longitudinal analyses and non-recursive models. The Counseling Psychologist, 34, 806-838.
    Publications in Other Scholarly Domains
    32. Martens, M. P., & Lee, F. (1998). Promoting life-career development in the student athlete: How can
        career centers help? Journal of Career Development, 25, 123-134.
    33. Martens, M. P. (2000). Difficulties in analyzing trends in psychology. American Psychologist, 55, 272-
        273.
    34. Martens, M. P., & Cox, R. H. (2000). Career development in college varsity athletes. Journal of College
        Student Development, 41, 172-180.
    35. Martens, M. P., Mobley, M. & Zizzi, S. J. (2000). Multicultural training in applied sport psychology. The
        Sport Psychologist, 14, 81-97.
    36. Slaughter, J. R., Martens, M. P., & Slaughter, K. A. (2001). Depression in Huntington’s Disease:
        Prevalence, etiology, clinical manifestations and treatment. CNS Spectrums, 6, 306-326.
    37. Slaughter, J. R., Slaughter, K. A., Nichols, D., Holmes, S. E., & Martens, M. P. (2001). The prevalence,
        clinical manifestations, etiology, and treatment of depression in Parkinson’s Disease. Journal of
        Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 13, 187-196.
    38. Slaughter, J. R., Parker, J. C., Martens, M. P., Smarr, K. L., & Hewett, J. E. (2002). Clinical outcomes
        following a trial of sertraline in rheumatoid arthritis. Psychosomatics, 43, 36-41.
    39. Martens, M. P., Parker, J. C., Smarr, K. L., Hewett, J. E., Ge, B., Hanson, K. D., Slaughter, J. R., &
        Walker, S. E. (2005). Health status, pain control and depressive symptoms: Testing for a mediator
        effect. Journal of Rheumatology, 32, 1584-1588.
    40. Ferrier, A. G., Martens, M. P., & Cimini, M. D. (2005). Abusive relationships and unhealthy weight loss
        behaviors: Examining the role of different types of abuse. Journal of College Counseling, 8, 118-126.
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    41. Deemer, E. D., Martens, M. P., & Podchaski, E .J. (2007). Research interest in counseling psychology
        students: Examining the contribution of achievement goals. Training and Education in Professional
        Psychology, 1, 193-203.
    42. Tansley, D. P., Jome, L. M., Haase, R. F., & Martens, M. P. (2007). The effects of message framing on
        college students’ career decision-making. Journal of Career Assessment, 15, 301-316.
    43. Ferrier, A. G., & Martens, M. P. (in press). Perceived incompetence and disordered eating among
        college students. Eating Behaviors.
    44. Miller, D. N., Gilman, R. C., & Martens, M. P. (in press). Wellness promotion in the schools: Enhancing
        students’ mental and physical health. Psychology in the Schools.
C. Research Support
Ongoing Research Support

Martens (PI)                                                                         1/1/2007-12/31/2008
ABMRF: The Effects of Personalized Drinking Feedback Programs Among Intercollegiate Athletes.
The purpose of this project is to test the effectiveness of two different personalized drinking feedback
interventions with intercollegiate athletes.
Role: PI

Loan Repayment Program for Clinical Research Martens (PI)                         10/2006-9/2008
NIH/NIAAA: Preventing High-Risk Drinking in College Students: Evaluating Various Motivational-Interviewing
Based Strategies.
The purpose of this award is to provide loan repayment support for activities associated with clinical research.

 U18 AA015039-01A1 Cimini (PI).                                                        9/17/2004-8/30/2008
 NIH/NIAAA: Peer Facilitated Alcohol Interventions
 The purpose of this project is to test the effectiveness of three peer-delivered brief interventions with
 judicially referred college students. As of 9/2007 this project will be in a no-cost extension.
 Role: Co-PI

 TI17319 Cimini (PI)                                                                  7/1/2005-6/30/2008
 SAMHSA: Expanding Treatment Capacity Using the BASICS Model
 The purpose of this project is to integrate screening and brief interventions for at-risk alcohol use within a
 campus health center.
 Role: Co-PI

 Q184H050035 Cimini (PI)                                                               6/13/2005-12/12/2007
 United States Department of Education: Project First Steps
 The purpose of this project is to test the relative effectiveness of three different alcohol interventions delivered
 via different formats: individual, group, and on-line. As of 6/12/2007 this project will be in a no-cost extension.
 Role: Co-PI

Completed Research Support

 REC-0310268 Nickerson (PI)                                                        1/1/2005-7/15/2007
 American Educational Research Association: Authoritarian Versus Educational/Therapeutic Approaches:
 Effects on Crime in U.S. Schools
 The purpose of this project is to use structural equation modeling to assess the relationship between a variety
 of school characteristics and criminal activities in United States Schools.
 Role: Co-PI



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