Dr. Kimberly Mallett is currently an associate research professor at Penn State University in the Prevention Research Center. Dr. Mallett received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 2005 from the University of Washington. She is interested in developing and evaluating interventions aimed at reducing high-risk drinking and related consequences among college students. Her second area of interest is the prevention of skin cancer among high-risk populations. As part of her skin cancer research, Dr. Mallett is interested in enhancing communication between physicians and patients and looking at how it impacts behavior change among patients.
Mallett, K. A., Ackerman, S., Turrisi, R., & Robinson, J. (2015). Rates of sunburn among dermatology patients. JAMA Dermatology, 151(2), 231-232. PMCID: PMC4860264 [PubMed]
Mallett, K. A., Scaglione, N., Reavy, R., & Turrisi, R. (2015). Longitudinal patterns of alcohol mixed with energy drink use among college students and their associations with risky drinking and problems. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76(3), 389-396. PMCID: PMC4440297 [PubMed]
Mallett, K. A., Turrisi, R., Hultgren, B. A., Sell, N., Reavy, R., & Cleveland, M. (2017). When alcohol is only part of the problem: An event-level analysis of negative consequences related to alcohol and other substance use. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 31(3), 307-314. PMCID: PMC5422123 [PubMed]
Mallett, K. A., Turrisi, R., Cleveland, M., Scaglione, N. M., Reavy, R., Sell, N. M., & Varvil-Weld, L. (2015). A dual process examination of alcohol-related consequences among first-year college students. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 76(6), 862-871. PMCID: PMC4712656 [PubMed]