of Dr. Dolores Maney
Hello. My name is Dolores Maney. I am
currently an Assistant Professor of Health Education in the Department
of Kinesiology at Penn State University, University Park Campus. Send me
Follow these links to review my syllabi for
the courses I teach:
High-risk alcohol consumption, alcohol prevention and education, violence
prevention, coordinated school health education.
Maney, D. W., Caldwell, L., Kennedy, S. L.,
LaSalle, L., Moore, B., Mortenson, S. (1999). Assessing Alcohol-Free
Alternative Activities: The Penn State “HUB Late Night Program.”
The United States Department of Education. Funded: $75,748.
Primary Investigator: Maney.
Maney, D. W. and St.Pierre, T. L. (1998).
The Effect of an Alcohol Intervention Targeting High-Risk Drinking College
Students. College of Health and Human Development, The Pennsylvania
State University. Funded: $6,000. Primary Investigator:
EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL
The Pennsylvania State University
... Ph.D. ... Health Education
Western Illinois University ...
M.S. ... Health Education
Drake University ... B.S. (Honors)
... Health Education
American Alliance for Health, Physical Education,
Recreation and Dance
American School Health Association
Eta Sigma Gamma, Health Science Honorary Society
Pennsylvania State Association for Health, Physical
Education, Recreation and Dance
Maney, D. W., St. Pierre, T. L., and Theodorou,
E. (In preparation.) Effects of an Alcohol Education Intervention
Targeting Frequent Bingeing College Students. Journal of Alcohol
and Drug Education.
Nicholson, M. E., Maney, D. W., Blair, K., Wambolt,
P. M., Mahoney, B. S., & Yuan, J. (1998). Trends in campus
violence: Implications for primary prevention. Journal of Alcohol
and Drug Education, 43(2), 32-41.
Nicholson, M. E., Wang, M. Q., Maney, D. W.,
Yuan, J., Mahoney, B. S., & Adame, D. D. (1998). Alcohol-related
violence and unwanted sexual activity on the college campus. American
Journal of Health Studies, 14(1), 1-10.
Maney, D. W. and Leonard, G. (1995). Gang
theory and correlates: Prevention and intervention. In R. Patton
(Ed.) The American Family (2nd Edition). Third
Maney, D. W. and Hohman, S. T. (1994).
Examining adolescent injury prevention. Wellness Perspectives:
Research, Theory, and Practice, 11(1), 19-26.
Koch, P. B., Maney, D. W., and Susman, E. J.
(1993). Health promotion for early adolescence: An overview.
In R. M. Lerner (Ed.) Early Adolescence: Perspectives on
Research, Policy, and Intervention. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence
Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Susman, S. J., Koch, P. B., Maney, D. W. and
Finkelstein, J. W. (1993). Health promotion in adolescence:
Developmental and theoretical considerations. In R. M. Lerner (Ed.)
Adolescence: Perspectives on Research, Policy, and Intervention.
Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.
Nicholson, M. E., Wang, M., Airhihenbuwa, C.
O., Mahoney, B. S., Christina, R., and Maney, D. W. (1992). Variability
in behavioral impairment involved in the rising and falling BAC curve.
of Studies on Alcohol, 53(4), 349-356.
Nicholson, M. E., Wang, M., Mahoney, B., Maney,
D. W., and Airhihenbuwa, C. O. (1991). Variability in BAC impairment:
Implications for alcohol education. Journal of Health Education,
Maney, D. W. (1990). Predicting
university students’ use of alcoholic beverages. Journal
of College Student Development, 31(7), 23-32.
Skolnick, B. D. and Maney, D. W. (1987).
Children of alcoholic families: Key information for school health
personnel. The Eta Sigma Gamma Monograph Series, 16-25.