Haverfield, M. C., Giannitrapani, K., Timko, C., & Lorenz, K. (in press). Patient-centered pain management communication from the patient perspective.
Journal of General Internal Medicine. doi: 10.1007/s11606-018-4490-y
Giannitrapani, K., McCaa, M., Haverfield, M. C., Kerns, R., Timko, C., Dobscha, S., & Lorenz, K. (in press). Veteran experiences seeking non-
pharmacologic approaches for pain. Military Medicine.
Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (in press). Alcoholic and non-alcoholic parents’ orientations toward conformity and conversation as predictors of
attachment and psychological well-being for adult children of alcoholics. In J. A. Theiss & K. Greene (Eds.), Contemporary Studies of
Relationships, Health, and Wellness.
Haverfield, M. C., Leustek, J., & Timko, C. (2017). Social Support Strategies in Online Forums Among Adult Offspring of Parents with Harmful Alcohol Use.
Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, 36, 86-100. doi: 10.1080/07347324.2017.1387035
Timko, C., Ilgen, M., Haverfield, M. C., Shelley, A., & Breland, J. (2017). Polysubstance use by psychiatry inpatients with co-occurring mental health and
substance use disorders. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 180, 319-322. doi: 10.1016/j.drugalcdep.2017.08.018
Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (2016). Parental responsiveness and control as predictors of adolescents’ emotional and behavioral resilience in families
with alcoholic versus non-alcoholic parents. Human Communication Research, 43, 214-236. doi: 10.1111/hcre.12102
Theiss, J. A., & Haverfield, M. C. (2016). Conflict resolution. In C. Shehan (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Family Studies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
Haverfield, M. C. (2016). "We just pretended as if everything was good:" Communication about alcohol in families of non-alcoholic and alcoholic parents.
Atlantic Journal of Communication.
Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (2016). Parent's alcoholism severity and family topic avoidance about alcohol as predictors of perceived
stigma among adult children of alcoholics: Implications for emotional and psychological resilience. Health Communication, 31, 606-616. doi:
Haverfield, M. C., Theiss, J. A., & Leustek, J. (2016). Characteristics of communication in families of alcoholics. Journal of Family
Communication, 16, 111-127. doi: 10.1080/15267431.2016.1146284
Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (2014). A Theme analysis of issues reported by adult children of alcoholics in online support forums. Journal of Family
Studies, 20, 166-184. doi: 10.1080/13229400.2014.11082004
Manuscripts Under Review:
Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (under review). Parental emotion coaching and emotion dismissing as predictors of adolescents’ emotion regulation and
impulsivity in families of alcoholics and families of non-alcoholic parents.
Timko, C., Finlay, A., Woodhead, E., Wong, J., Haverfield, M., & Cronkite, R. (under review). Course of Depression: Functioning outcomes at 23-year follow-
up. Journal of Affective Disorders.
Haverfield, M. C., Schmidt, E., Ilgen, M., & Timko, C. (under review). Social support networks and symptom severity among patients with co-occurring
mental health and substance use disorders. Community Mental Health Journal.
Manuscripts in Preparation:
Haverfield, M. C., & Theiss, J. A. (in preparation). Comparing enacted and perceived parental communication as predictors of adolescents’ emotion
regulation in families with harmful versus non-harmful parental alcohol use.
Giannitrapani, K., Haverfield, M. C., Day, T. R., Holliday, J., Dobscha, S., Kerns, R., & Lorenz, K. (in preparation). “Asking is never bad. I would venture on
that!”: Patient perceptions of pain screening in VA primary care.
Haverfield, M. C., Singer, A., & Lorenz, K. (in preparation). Oncology providers, patients, and caregivers reflect: Applying ‘big data’ for better supportive
Haverfield, M. C., Singer, A., Shelley, A., & Lorenz, K. (in preparation). “It would make a difference, in terms of what options I pursue”: Patient-provider-
caregiver perspectives of anticipated costs.
Haverfield, M. C., Singer, A., & Lorenz, K. (in preparation). “It comes back to communication and perceptions about what it means to see a palliative care
team”: Patient, physician, and caregiver perspectives on implementing early, routine palliative care.
Haverfield, M. C., Zulman, D. M., Verghese, A., Romero, I., Asch, S., & Lorenz, K. (in preparation). The influence of presence on clinical interactions: A
Popular Press Article:
Haverfield, M. C., Appel, L., Sun, S., & Chin, A. (2012, July 6). Rutgers graduate students research city's dynamics. The Standard Speaker, pp. 1a