JaneWitbrodt
  • Jane A. Witbrodt, PhD

  • Associate Scientist

  • Email

    jwitbrodt@arg.org
  • Phone

    510-898-5845
  • Expertise

    Primary Research Area: Formal and informal solutions to recovery from substance use disorders with emphasis on gender, racial/ethnic and cross-cultural differences.
Current Projects
Completed Projects
Selected Publications
  • Witbrodt J., Borkman T.J., Stunz A., Subbaraman M. (2015). Mixed methods study of help-seekers and self-changers responding to an online recovery survey. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 50 (1) 82-8 Abstract or Full Text
  • Karriker-Jaffe K.J., Witbrodt J., Greenfield T.K. (2015). Refining measures of alcohol problems for general population surveys. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 39 (2) 363-70 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt J., Kaskutas L.A., Grella C.E. (2015). How do recovery definitions distinguish recovering individuals? Five typologies. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 148 109-117 Abstract or Full Text
  • Kaskutas, L.A., Witbrodt, J., Grella, C.E (2015). Recovery definitions: Do they change?. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, Abstract or Full Text
  • Kaskutas L.A., Borkman T., Laudet A., Ritter L.A., Witbrodt J., Subbaraman M., Stunz, A., Bond, J. (2014). Elements that define recovery: the experiential perspective. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 75 (6) 999-1010 Abstract or Full Text
  • Subbaraman M.S., Witbrodt J. (2014). Differences between abstinent and non-abstinent individuals in recovery from alcohol use disorders. Addictive Behaviors, 39 (12) 1730-5 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt J., Mulia N. (co-first author), Zemore S.E., Kerr W.C. (2014). Racial/ethnic disparities in alcohol-related problems: differences by gender and level of heavy drinking. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research , 38 (6) 1662-1670 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt J., Ye Y., Bond J., Chi F., Weisner C., Mertens J. (2014). Alcohol and drug treatment involvement, 12-step attendance and abstinence: 9-year cross-lagged analysis of adults in an integrated health plan. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 46 (4) 412-9 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt, J.A., Bond, J. (2013). Clinical assessment compared with breathalyzer readings in emergency departments in nine countries: concordance of the ICD-Y90 and Y91 codes. In: Cherpitel, C.J., Borges, G., Giesbrecht, N., Monteiro, M., Stockwell, T. (Eds.), Prevention of Alcohol-Related Injuries in the Americas: From evidence to policy action. Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC., 135-148
  • Witbrodt, J., Kaskutas, L. A., Bond, J. & Delucchi, K. (2012). Does sponsorship improve outcomes above Alcoholics Anonymous attendance? A latent class growth curve analyses. Addiction, 107 (2) 301-311 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt, J. & Romelsj√∂, A. (2012). Treatment seeking and subsequent 1-year drinking outcomes among treatment clients in Sweden and the U.S.A.: a cross-cultural comparison. Addictive Behaviors, 37 (10) 1122-1131 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt, J. & Delucchi, K. (2011). Do women differ from men on Alcoholics Anonymous participation and abstinence? A multi-wave analysis of treatment seekers. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 35 2231-2241 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt, J. & Romelsj√∂, A. (2010). Gender differences in mutual-help group attendance 1-year after treatment: Swedish and U.S. samples. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 71 125-135 Abstract or Full Text
  • Kaskutas, L. A., Subbaraman, M., Witbrodt, J., & Zemore, S. E. (2009). Effectiveness of Making Alcoholics Anonymous Easier (MAAEZ), a group format 12-step facilitation approach. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 37 228-239 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt, J., Bond, J., Kaskutas, L. A., Weisner, C., Jaeger, G., Pating, D., & Moore, C. (2007). Day hospital and residential addiction treatment: randomized and nonrandomized managed care clients. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 75 (6) 947-959 Abstract or Full Text
  • Witbrodt, J., & Kaskutas, L. A. (2005). Does diagnosis matter? Differential effects of 12-step participation and social networks on abstinence. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 31 685-707 Abstract or Full Text