Wallace Mandell, PhD
- Professor Emeritus
- Professor - Emeritus
- Mental Health (Primary)
624 N. Broadway, 7th Fl.
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Epidemiology of substance abuse with particular focus on implications for national drug services programming.
The evaluation of treatment and prevention programs for substance dependence and abuse.
Honors and Awards
Ward Medal as Outstanding Graduate in Psychology, The City College of New York (1948) Fellow, American Public Health Association (1958) Who's Who in Science Award for Outstanding Contribution in Public Service, Maryland Psychological Association (1978)
- Mental Health Mental Hygiene Epidemiology of substance abuse with particular focus on implications for national drug srvioces programming
1990 Buckner, J., and Mandell, W., Risk Factors for Depressive Symptomatology. American Journal of Public Health. pp. 580-585.
1990 Eaton, W.,W., Anthony, J.,C., Mandell, W., Garrison, R., Occupations and the prevalence of Major Depressive Disorders. Journal of Occupational Medicine 32, pp. 1079-87.
1991 Latkin, C.A., Vlahov, D., Anthony, J.C., Cohn, S., Mandell, W., Nelson, K. Needle cleaning practices among intravenous drug users who share injection equipment in Baltimore, Maryland. International Journal of the Addictions.
1992 Mandell, W., Eaton, W.W., Anthony J.C., Alcoholism and Occupations. A review and analysis of 104 occupations. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Research Alcoholism, pp. 734-746.
1993 Latkin, C.A., and Mandell, W., Depression as an antecedent of intravenous drug use in an urban, non-treatment sample. International Journal of the Addictions, vol 28, pp 1601-1612.