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Nicholas Long

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
DepartmentPediatrics, College of Medicine
DivisionPeds Psychology
Address223 ACH Westside Building
1301 Wolfe Street
Mail Slot # 512
Little Rock AR 72202
Phone501-364-1021
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    ACH#15-9828-6     (LONG, NICHOLAS)Jul 1, 2015 - Jun 30, 2017
    Arkansas Department of Health - Pass Through: Arkansas Children's Hospital
    HRSA/ADH/ACH AR Home Visiting Training Institute
    Role: Principal Investigator

    ACRI 018282     (LONG, NICHOLAS)Jul 1, 2015 - Jun 30, 2017
    Arkansas Department of Health - Pass Through: Arkansas Children's Hospital
    HRSA/ADH/ACH AR Home Visiting Training Institute
    Role: Principal Investigator

    S310A020091     (LONG, NICHOLAS)Oct 1, 2002 - Jun 30, 2007
    US Department of Education - Pass Through: Harvey and Bernice Jones Center for Families
    Center for Effective Parenting: parental Assistance Center
    Role: Principal Investigator

    RR274-170/7605314     (LONG, NICHOLAS)Sep 1, 1999 - Sep 1, 2004
    Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
    Parent Communication Training Interventions
    Role: Principal Investigator

    U310A060026     (LONG, NICHOLAS)Oct 1, 1997 - Sep 30, 2011
    US Department of Education - Pass Through: Harvey and Bernice Jones Center for Families
    Center for Effective Parenting - Parent Information and Resource Center
    Role: Principal Investigator

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    1. Long N. Looking into the future: The potential impact of emerging trends on child and family mental health services. Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2018 01; 23(1):3-8. PMID: 29298503.
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    2. Forehand R, Parent J, Sonuga-Barke E, Peisch VD, Long N, Abikoff HB. Which Type of Parent Training Works Best for Preschoolers with Comorbid ADHD and ODD? A Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing Generic and Specialized Programs. J Abnorm Child Psychol. 2016 11; 44(8):1503-1513. PMID: 26909683.
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    3. Abikoff HB, Thompson M, Laver-Bradbury C, Long N, Forehand RL, Miller Brotman L, Klein RG, Reiss P, Huo L, Sonuga-Barke E. Parent training for preschool ADHD: a randomized controlled trial of specialized and generic programs. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2015 Jun; 56(6):618-31. PMID: 25318650.
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    4. Long N. Stress and economic hardship: the impact on children and parents. Pediatr Dent. 2014 Mar-Apr; 36(2):109-14. PMID: 24717747.
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    5. Wright A, Parent J, Forehand R, Edwards M, Conners-Burrow N, Long N. The relation of parent and child gender to parental tolerance of child disruptive behaviors. J Child & Family Studies. 2013.
    6. Forehand, R., Long, N. Parenting the Strong-Willed Child (3rd Edition) - Translation into Spanish. McGraw-Hill. 2012.
    7. Forehand RL, Merchant MJ, Parent J, Long N, Linnea K, Baer J. An examination of a Group Curriculum for parents of young children with disruptive behavior. Behav Modif. 2011 May; 35(3):235-51. PMID: 21478243.
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    8. Parent J, Forehand RL, Merchant MJ, Long N, Jones DJ. Predictors of outcome of a parenting group curriculum: a pilot study. Behav Modif. 2011 Jul; 35(4):370-88. PMID: 21507997.
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    9. Miller KS, Forehand R, Wiegand R, Fasula AM, Armistead L, Long N, Wyckoff SC. Making HIV prevention programming count: identifying predictors of success in a parent-based HIV prevention program for youth. AIDS Educ Prev. 2011 Feb; 23(1):38-53. PMID: 21341959.
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    10. Parent J, Forehand R, Merchant MJ, Edwards M, Conners-Burrow N, Long N, Jones D. The relation of harsh and permissive discipline with child disruptive behaviors: Does child gender make a difference in an at-risk sample. J Family Violence. 2011; 26:527-533.
    11. Forehand R, Parent J, Linnea K, Merchant MJ, Long N, Jones D. Why do parents seek help when their children’s behavior is within normative levels?. J Psychopathology & Behavioral Assessment. 2011; 33:438-445.
    12. McMahon R, Long N, Forehand R. Clinical handbook of assessing and treating of conduct problems in youth. Parent training for the treatment of oppositional behaivor in young children: Helping the noncompliant child. 2010.
    13. Forehand R, Dorsey S, Jones D, Long N, McMahon RJ. Adherence and flexibility: They can (and do) co-exist!. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 2010; 17(3):258-264.
    14. Forehand R, Long N. Parenting the Strong-Willed Child (3rd Edition). 2010.
    15. Forehand RL, Merchant MJ, Long N, Garai E. An examination of parenting the strong-willed child as bibliotherapy for parents. Behav Modif. 2010 Jan; 34(1):57-76. PMID: 20051525.
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    16. Long N, Edwards M, Bellando J. Treating childhood psychpathology and developmental disorders. Parent training interventions. 2009.
    17. Long N. Closing the gap between research and practice--the importance of practitioner training. Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2008 Apr; 13(2):187-90. PMID: 18540223.
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    18. Wyckoff, SC, Miller, KS, Forehand, RL, Bau, JJ, Fasula, A, Long N, Armistead, L. Patterns of sexuality communication between preadolescents and their mothers and fathers. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2008; 17:649-662.
    19. Long N. Young Parkinson's Handbook. Parenting children and teens. 2008.
    20. Forehand R, Armistead L, Long N, Wyckoff SC, Kotchick BA, Whitaker D, Shaffer A, Greenberg AE, Murry V, Jackson LC, Kelly A, McNair L, Dittus PJ, Lin CY, Miller KS. Efficacy of a parent-based sexual-risk prevention program for African American preadolescents: a randomized controlled trial. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med. 2007 Dec; 161(12):1123-9. PMID: 18056556.
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    21. Long N. Learning from experience: shifting from clinical parent training to broader parent education. Clin Child Psychol Psychiatry. 2007 Jul; 12(3):385-92. PMID: 17953126.
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    22. Long, N. Child and adolescent mental health care in the primary healthcare system: Improving the interface. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 2005; 10(4):453-455.
    23. Long N. The changing nature of parenting in America. Pediatr Dent. 2004 Mar-Apr; 26(2):121-4. PMID: 15132273.
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    24. Hoghughi, M, Long N. Handbook of Parenting: Theory and research for practice. Sage Publications. 2004.
    25. Ball, J, Pelton, J, Forehand, R, Long N, Wallace, S. Methodological overview of the Parents Matter! Program. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2004; 13(1):21-34.
    26. Long N, Hoghughi, M. Handbook of Parenting: theory and research for practice. E-parenting. 2004.
    27. Long N, Hoghughi, M. Handbook of Parenting: theory and research for practice. Toward a parenting society. 2004.
    28. Long N. Are we doing enough for children?. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 2004; 9(2):163-165.
    29. Long N, Miller, K, Jackson, L, Lindner, G, Hunt, R, Robinson, AD, Goldsby, WD, Armistead, L. Lessons learned from the Parents Matter! Program. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2004; 13(1):101-112.
    30. Long N, Austin, B, Gound, M, Kelly, A, Gardner, A, Dunn, R, Blacknall, S, Miller, K. The Parents Matter! Program Interventions: Content and the facilitation process. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 2004; 13(1):1-4.
    31. Long N, Forehand, R. Making divorce easier on your child: 50 effective ways to help children adjust. McGraw-Hill (also published in Spanish and Korean). 2002.
    32. Forehand, R., Long N. Parenting the strong-willed child (2nd Edition). McGraw-Hill (also published in Chinese, Japanese, and Portuguese). 2002.
    33. Long N. Coping With Terrorism: What Can We Do As Child Mental Health Professionals?. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 2002; 7(2):133-135.
    34. Fanurik, D, Schmitz, M, Martin, GA, Koh, JL, Wood, M, Sturgeon, L, Long N. Hospital or treatment room: Where should inpatient pediatric procedures be performed?. Children's Health Care. 2000; 21(7):463-468.
    35. Long N, Forehand, R. International Perspectives on Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Selected Proceedings of the First International Conference on Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Modification of a clinical parent training program for implementation beyond the clinical setting. 2000.
    36. Long N. Looking into the crystal ball: The future of technology in mental health services for children (invited editorial). Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 2000; 5(2):165-168.
    37. Fiser, DH, Long N, Roberson, PK, Hardister, G, Zolten, K, Brodie-Fowler, M. The relationship of POPC and PCPC scores at PICU discharge with outcome measures collected at hospital discharge and at 1- and 6- month follow-up. Critical Care Medicine. 2000; 28(7):2616-2620.
    38. Long N. Are we contributing to the devaluation of fathers (invited editorial). Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1997; 2:197-199.
    39. Long N. Parent education/training in the USA: Current status and future trends. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1997; 2:501-515.
    40. Forehand, R, Long N. Programs to assist parents of strong-willed children. Directions in Child and Adolescent Therapy. 1996; 3:3-19.
    41. Long N. Parenting in the USA: Growing adversity. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry. 1996; 1:469-483.
    42. Forehand, R., Long N. Parenting the strong-willed child. Contemporary Books (also published in Chinese and Polish). 1996.
    43. Edwards, M, Schulz, E, Long N. The role of the family in the assessment of Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Clinical Psychology Review. 1995; 15:375-394.
    44. Long N, Edwards, M. The use of daily report card to address children's school behavior problems. Contemporary Education. 1994; 65:152-155.
    45. Long N, Starfield, B, Kelleher, K. Mental disorders in primary care. Childhood co-morbidity of psychiatric disorders in pediatric primary care. 1994.
    46. Kelleher, K, Long N. Barriers and new directions to mental health services research in the primary care setting. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology. 1994; 23:133-142.
    47. Long N, Rickert, V, Ashcraft, E. Bibliotherapy as an adjuct to stimulant medication in the treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Journal of Pediatric Health Care. 1993; 7:82-88.
    48. Long N. Labeling relaxation procedures: Effect on adolescent self-report of effectiveness. Journal of Adolescent Health. 1992; 13:686-692.
    49. Fauber, R, Long N. Parenting in a broader context. Jouranl of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1992; 60:913-915.
    50. Long N, Forehand, R, Zogg, C. Preventing parental child abduction: Analysis of risk factors from a national project. Clinical Pediatrics. 1991; 30:549-554.
    51. Fauber, R, Long N. Children in contrext: The role of the family in child psychotherapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1991; 59:813-820.
    52. Forehand, R, Long N. The development and treatment of childhood aggression. Prevention of aggression and other behavior problems in early adolescent years. 1991.
    53. Long N, Forehand, R. Research on families at risk. Parental divorce research. 1990; Volume 2, pp. 135-157.
    54. Armistead, L, McCombs, A, Forehand, R, Wierson, M, Long N, Fauber, R. Coping with divorce: A study of young adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology. 1990; 19:79-84.
    55. Forehand, R, Long N, Zogg, C. Advances in clinical child psychology. Parental child abduction: The problem and possible solution. 1989; Volume 12, pp. 113-137.
    56. Tesser, A, Forehand, R, Brody, G, Long N. Conflict: The role of calm and angry parent-child discussion on adolescent adjustment. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 1989; 8:317-330.
    57. Forehand, R, McCombs, A, Long N, Brody, G, Fauber, R. Early adolescent adjustment to recent parental divorce: The role of iterparental conflict and adolescent sex as mediating variables. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1988; 56:624-627.
    58. Forehand, R, Brody, G, Slotkin, J, Fauber, R, McCombs, A, Long N. Young adolescent and maternal depression: Assessment, interrelationships, and family predictors. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1988; 56:422-426.
    59. Forehand, R, Brody, G, Long N, Fauber, R. The interactive influence of adolescent social and cognitive functioning. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 1988; 12:341-350.
    60. Long N, Slater, E, Forehand, R, Fauber, R. Continued high or reduced interparental conflict following divorce: Relationship to young adolescent adjustment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1988; 56:467-469.
    61. Forehand, R, Long N, Brody, G. Impact of divorce, single parenting, and stepparenting on children. Divorce and marital conflict: Relationship to adolescent competence and adjustment in early adolescence. 1988; pp. 155-167.
    62. Long N, Forehand, R, Fauber, R, Brody, G. Self-perceived and independent-observed competence of young adolescents as a function of marital conflict and divorce. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 1987; 15:15-27.
    63. Fauber, R, Forehand, R, Long N, Burke, M, Faust, J. The relationship of young adolescent children's depression inventory (CDI) scores to their social and cognitive functioning. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 1987; 9:161-172.
    64. Forehand, R, Middleton, K, Long N. Adolescent functioning as a consequence of recent parental divorce and the parent-adolescent relationship. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 1987; 8:305-315.
    65. Forehand, R, Long N, Faust, J, Brody, G, Burke, M, Fauber, R. Psychological and physical health of young adolescents as a function of gender and parental conflict. Journal of Pediatric Psychology. 1987; 12:191-201.
    66. Forehand, R, Fauber, R, Long N, Brody, G, Slotkin, J. Advances in family intervention, assessment, and theory. Maternal depressive mod following divorce: An examination of predictors and adolescent adjustment from a stress model perspective. 1987; Volume 4, pp. 71-98.
    67. Forehand, R, Brody, G, Long N, Slotkin, J, Fauber, R. Divorce/divorce potential and interparental conflict: The relationship to early adolescent social and cognitive functioning. Journal of Adolescent Research. 1986; 1:389-397.
    68. Forehand, R, Long N. Surviving the split. Balance Journal (Australia). 20-23.
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