Joel W. Grube, PhD
Dr. Grube's research focuses on social-psychological and environmental factors influencing drinking and other problem behaviors among adolescents and young adults. His current research includes a longitudinal study on the effects of underage access to alcohol on drinking trajectories among youth, and a randomized community trial investigating the effects of restricting alcohol access on underage drinking.
- Director and Senior Research Scientist, The Prevention Research Center, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, Berkeley, CA
- PhD, 1979, Washington State University, Psychology (Social)
- Dent, C., Grube, J. W., & Biglan, A. (2005). Community level alcohol availability and enforcement of possession laws as predictors of youth drinking. Preventive Medicine, 40, 355-362.
- Grube, J. W. (2004). Alcohol in the media: Drinking portrayals, alcohol advertising, and alcohol consumption among youth. In National Research Council and Institute of Medicine, Reducing underage drinking: A collective responsibility, background papers [CD-ROM]. Committee on Developing a Strategy to Reduce and Prevent Underage Drinking. Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
- Grube, J. W., & Nygaard, P. (2005). Alcohol policy and youth drinking: Overview of effective interventions for young people. In T. Stockwell, P. J. Gruenewald, J. Toumbourou, & W. Loxley (Eds.), Preventing harmful substance use: The evidence base for policy and practice (pp.113-127). New York: Wiley.
- Bersamin, M. M., Walker, S., Waiters, E. D., Fisher, D. A., & Grube, J. W. (in press). Promising to wait: Virginity pledges and adolescent sexual behavior. Journal of Adolescent Health.
- Walker, S., Waiters, E., Grube, J. W., & Chen M. J. (in press). Driving after drinking and riding with drinking drivers: Drinking locations: What do they tell us? Traffic Injury Prevention.
- Anonymity Works Best
- Asking Teens About Sex
- Gathering High-Quality Survey Data
- Hiring the Right People
- It Started By Accident
- Parental Consent in Sexuality Research
- Reporting Abuse
- Sampling Methods for Survey Research
- When Confidentiality is Broken