Publications

Bowles, sildenafil stuff S., Pollack, L., Moore, M, McDermid, S., Et. Al (March, 2015). Total Force Fitness: The Military Family Fitness Model. 

Moore, M. & Nilsen, W. (June, 2012). Six Empirically Supported Tips for Forming Positive Habits.

Moore, M., Bates, M, Brierley-Bowers, P., Taaffe, P. & Clymer, R.  (May, 2012). Well-Being and its measurement.

Bowles, S., Pollack, L., Cato, C., Moore, M.,  Anagnostopoulos  V., Sun, K., Mueller, W. Brogdon, K.,  & Bates, M. (2012). Building Resilience in Military Families During and Following Deployments. In N. Ainspan and W. Penk (Eds.), When the Warrior Returns: Making the Transition at Home (pp. 106-126). Annapolis, Maryland: Naval Institute Press.

Yosick, T., Bates, M., Moore, M., Crowe, C., Phillips, J., & Davison, J.  (2012). A Review of Post Deployment Reintegration: Evidence, Challenges, and Strategies for Program Development.

Moore, M., Brown, D., Money, N., & Bates, M.  (April, 2011). Mind body skills for regulating the autonomic nervous system.

Money, N., Moore, M., Brown, D., Kasper, K., Roeder, J., Bartone, P., & Bates, M. (January, 2011). Best Practices identified for peer support programs.

Bates, M., Bowles, S.; Hammermeister, J., Stokes, C., Pinder, E., Moore, M., Fritts, M. Vythilingam, M., Yosick, T.,  Rhodes, J., Myatt,C. ; Westphal, R., Fautua, D. Hammer, P.,  Burbelo, G  (August, 2010). Total Force Fitness for the 21st Century: Psychological Fitness. Military Medicine, 175 (8),  21-38.

Moore, M. , Lowman, J. & Early A. Compulsive Buying Disorder: Should it be considered a real disorder in the DSM V and can it be Measured?

Moore, M. & Calvert, S. (2000). Vocabulary acquisition for children with autism:  Teacher or computer Instruction?  Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 30, 359-362.

Presentations

Bates, M, & Moore, M. (February 2017). Transforming Anger: Proven Strategies. Monthly Webinar for the Defense Centers of Excellence.

Moore, M., Bates, M., Cato, C & Nacev, V. (June 2012). Promoting Resilience and Psychological Health in the US Military.Society for Prevention Research 20th Annual Meeting: Promoting Healthy Living through Prevention Science, Washington, DC.

Moore, M., Bates, M., & Bowles, S. (January, 2012). Total Force Fitness for the 21st Century: Promoting Psychological Fitness. Military Health System Conference: Healthcare to Health, National Harbor, Maryland.

Moore, M., and Rhodes, J. (November, 2011). Provider Fitness – Maintaining Global Healthcare. Presented at AMSUS – The Society of the Federal Health Agencies 17th Annual Meeting:  Transformational Pathways to Global Healthcare, San Antonio, Texas.

Cato, C., Bates, M., & Moore, M. (December 2012). Implementation and Wellness Strategies: Using the Total Force Fitness Framework in Case Conceptualization and Treatment. Presented at the 4th Annual Trauma Spectrum Conference: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Clinical Practice of Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury: Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Recovery for the Iraq and Afghanistan Cohort, Bethesda, MD.

Bates, M. & Moore, M. (April, 2012). What are the Lessons Learned from the Military about How We Can Transfer Well-being Technology to Academia.  George Mason University: Living and Leading with Resilience Conference. Fairfax, VA.

Cato, C.Moore, M. (August, 2011). The Impact of Multiple Deployments on Interpersonal Violence. Presented at the American Psychological Association 119th Annual Convention, Washington, DC.