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Barbara Banz, PhD

Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine

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Barbara Banz, PhD

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Selected Publications

  • Binge drinking and alcohol-related symptoms may underlie patterns of dynamic brain oscillations of resource allocation during high-fidelity driving simulationBanz B, Camenga D, Crowley M, Vaca F. Binge drinking and alcohol-related symptoms may underlie patterns of dynamic brain oscillations of resource allocation during high-fidelity driving simulation Traffic Injury Prevention 2022, 1-2. DOI: 10.1080/15389588.2022.2119027.
  • A study of self-reported personal cannabis use and state legal status and associations with engagement in and perceptions of cannabis-impaired drivingBrown T, Banz B, Schmitt R, Gaffney G, Milavetz G, Camenga D, Li K, Brooks-Russell A, Vaca F. A study of self-reported personal cannabis use and state legal status and associations with engagement in and perceptions of cannabis-impaired driving Traffic Injury Prevention 2022, 1-4. DOI: 10.1080/15389588.2022.2124803.
  • 37. Opportunities for Preventing Impaired Driving and Riding with and Impaired Driver: A Qualitative Study of Youth Experiences During and After High SchoolCamenga D, Li K, Iannotti R, Banz B, Grayton C, Zuniga V, Haynie D, Simons-Morton B, Curry L, Vaca F. 37. Opportunities for Preventing Impaired Driving and Riding with and Impaired Driver: A Qualitative Study of Youth Experiences During and After High School Journal Of Adolescent Health 2022, 70: s20-s21. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2022.01.150.
  • A preliminary evaluation of the relationships between patterns of drinking initiation and driving simulation vehicle control among sober young adultsBanz B, Crowley M, Camenga D, Vaca F. A preliminary evaluation of the relationships between patterns of drinking initiation and driving simulation vehicle control among sober young adults Traffic Injury Prevention 2021, 22: s184-s185. DOI: 10.1080/15389588.2021.1983369.
  • Is my User Impaired? Designing Adaptive Automation that Monitors the User’s StateCotter J, Atchley A, Banz B, Tenhundfeld N. Is my User Impaired? Designing Adaptive Automation that Monitors the User’s State 2021, 00: 1-6. DOI: 10.1109/sieds52267.2021.9483731.
  • Young novice drivers, driving simulation, and neuroscience: Opportunities to advance the prevention science baseBanz, B.C. & Vaca, F.E. (2017). Young novice drivers, driving simulation, and neuroscience: Opportunities to advance the prevention science base. J Sci Med Burn Trauma.
  • Impulse control disorders: Social factorsFoster, D.W., Banz, B.C., & Potenza, M.N. (2016). Impulse control disorders: Social factors. In Wenzel, A. (Eds.) The SAGE encyclopedia of abnormal and clinical psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
  • Executive dysfunction as facets of heavy episodic drinkingBanz, B.C. & Davalos, D.B. (2016). Executive dysfunction as facets of heavy episodic drinking. Mental Health Addiction Res.
  • Seizure disordersBennett, T. B., Davalos, D. B., Ho, M., & Banz, B. (2010). Seizure disorders. In S.Goldstein & C. R. Reynolds (Eds.) Handbook of neurodevelopment and generic disorders in children (2nd ed.). (pp. 460-483). New York, NY: Guilford Press.