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Sharon Cates, B.A

Sharon Cates, B.A.

Project Coordinator

Division of Neurobehavioral Research, Department of Psychiatry

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Biographical Sketch

Currently Sharon works as a Project Coordinator supporting the NRLC research projects. Before joining the NRLC Sharon worked as a Research Associate on a study examining the pathways that lead to alcohol use disorder among adolescents. Prior to her work at UTHSCSA, Sharon was active at The University of Texas at San Antonio as a member of the Honors College and in several organizations including the honors student association and Psi Chi International Honor Society.

Education

Year Degree Major Institution
2005 B.A Psychology The University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

Interests

Presentations/Publications with the NRLC

  • Acquisition of rater agreement for the Stressful Life Events Schedule

    James, L. M., Mathias, C. W., Bray, B. C., Cates, S. E., Farris, S. J., Dawes, M. A., Hill-Kapturczak, N., and Dougherty, D. M. (2013)

    Journal of Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, 1:125, 1-5.

  • Accounting for sex-related differences in the estimation of breath alcohol levels using transdermal alcohol monitoring

    Hill-Kapturczak, N., Roache, J. D., Liang, Y., Karns, T. E., Cates, S. E., and Dougherty, D. M. (2015).

    Psychopharmacology, 232, 115-123. PubMed Icon PubMed Central - Free Full Text Icon

  • Do variable rates of alcohol drinking alter the ability to use transdermal alcohol monitors to estimate peak breath alcohol and total number of drinks?

    Hill-Kapturczak, N., Lake, S.L., Roache, J.D., Cates, S.E., Liang, Y., Dougherty, D.M. (2014).

    Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 38, :2517-2522. PubMed Icon PubMed Central - Free Full Text Icon

  • The potential clinical utility of transdermal alcohol monitoring data to estimate the number of alcoholic drinks consumed

    Dougherty, D. M., Hill-Kapturczak, N., Liang, Y., Karns, T. E., Lake, S. L., Cates, S. E., and Roache, J. D. (2015).

    Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment, 14, 124-130.. PubMed Icon PubMed Central - Free Full Text Icon

  • Use of continuous transdermal alcohol monitoring during a contingency management procedure to reduce excessive alcohol use.

    Dougherty, D. M., Hill-Kapturczak, N., Liang, Y., Karns, T. E., Cates, S. E., Lake, S. L., Mullen, J., and Roache, J. D. (2014).

    Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 142, 301-306. PubMed Icon PubMed Central - Free Full Text Icon

  • Accounting for sex-related differences in the estimation of breath alcohol concentrations using transdermal alcohol monitoring

    Hill-Kapturczak, N., Roache, J. D., Liang, Y., Karns, T. E., Cates, S. E., Dougherty, D. M. (2014).

    Psychopharmacology, 232, 115-123.. PubMed Icon PubMed Central - Free Full Text Icon

  • The potential clinical utility of transdermal alcohol monitoring data to estimate the number of alcoholic drinks consumed

    Dougherty, D. M., Hill-Kapturczak, N., Liang, Y., Karns, T. E., Lake, S. L., Cates, S. E., and Roache, J. D. (2015).

    Addictive Disorders & Their Treatment, 14, 124-130. PubMed Icon