Joseph H. Evans, PhD
Dr. Evans has expertise in adolescent psychology treatment. His research interests include ADHD, the inclusion of behavioral healthcare services in primary pediatric settings and delivery of behavioral healthcare in rural communities.
- Professor of Pediatrics, and Chair, Department of Psychology, Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation, University of Nebraska Medical Center
- PhD, 1974, University of Kansas, Rehabilitation Psychology
- Cooper, S. L., Valleley, R. J., Polaha, J., Begeny, J., & Evans, J. H. (2006). Running out of time: Physician management of behavioral health concerns in rural pediatric primary care [Electronic version]. Pediatrics, 118(1), e132??e138.
- Evans, J. H., Polaha, J., Valleley, R. J., Jones-Hazledine, C., & Foster, N. L. (2006). Behavioral health in rural pediatric primary care. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 31, 28??35.
- Polaha, J., Cooper, S., Meadows, T., & Kratochvil, C. J., (2005). The assessment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in rural primary care: The portability of the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines to the ??real world?" [Electronic version]. Pediatrics, 115(2), e120??e126.
- Valleley, R., Polaha, J., Evans, J. (2004, Fall). The impact of behavioral healthcare services on medical utilization for children with externalizing disorders. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, E7(2). Retrieved from http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/E7(2)_Valleley.htm
- McCurdy, F. A., Sell, D. M., Beck, G. L., Kerber, K., Larzelere, R. E., & Evans, J. H. (2003). A comparison of clinical pediatric patient encounters in a university medical center and community private practice settings. Ambulatory Pediatrics, 3(1), 12??15.