Teaching horror, training Van Helsing. D. Schnopp-Wyatt. (2009).
Dissections: The Journal of Contemporary Horror, Spring.
Using evaluation data as the basis for a local ordinance to
control alcohol and tobacco billboards in Chicago. Hackbarth, D,
Schnopp-Wyatt, D., Katz, D., Williams, J., Silvestri, B., Pfleger,
M. (2004). In Roberts, A. & Yeager, K. (Eds.). Evidence Based
Practice Manual: Research and Outcome Measures in Health and Human
Services. Oxford University Press.
Collaborative research and action to control the geographic
placement of outdoor advertising of age-restricted products in
Chicago. Hackbarth, D, Schnopp-Wyatt, D., Katz, D., Williams, J.,
Silvestri, B., Pfleger, M. (2001) Public Health Reports, 116,
The atomic bomb: One leg painted red. Jonathon Young, Cindi Yates,
& Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt.
Long term follow-up of youth access to tobacco laws: Impact on
smoking prevalence. (1999). Jason, L.A., Katz, R., Vavra, J.,
Schnopp-Wyatt, D.L., Talbot, B. Journal of Human Behavior in the
Social Environment, 12, 1-13.
Effects of enforcement of youth access laws on smoking
prevalence. (1999). Jason, L. A., Berk, M., Schnopp-Wyatt, D.L.,
& Talbot, B. American Journal of Community Psychology, 27,
Tobacco advertising restrictions as primary prevention for
childhood nicotine addiction. (1997). Hackbarth, D. P. &
Schnopp-Wyatt, D. L. Journal of Addictions Nursing, 9, 112-117.
Predicting relationship commitment and relationship stability
from both partners' relationship values: Evidence from heterosexual
dating couples. (1997). Kurdek, L. A. & Schnopp-Wyatt, D. L.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 936-944.
Reducing the illegal sales of cigarettes to minors: Analysis of
alternative enforcement schedules. Jason, L. A., Billows, W.B.,
Schnopp-Wyatt, D.L., & King, C. (1996). Journal of Applied
Behavior Analysis, 29, 333-334.
Long-term findings from Woodridge in reducing illegal cigarette
sales to older minors (1996). Jason, L.A., Billows, W.B.,
Schnopp-Wyatt, D.L., & King, C. Evaluation and the Health
Professions, 19, 3-13.
Reducing the risk to minors participating in an urban
intervention program (1995). Billows, W.D., Schnopp-Wyatt, D.L.,
& Jason, L.A. Tobacco Control, 4, 92.
Observing the Lesbian Vampire. Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 2010 Film and
Hellbillies: Appalachian as Monster. Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 2007
Appalachian Studies Association Conference.
Recent Substance Abuse Trends in Appalachia. Vikki Woodward and
Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 2007 Appalachian Studies Association
This has been a Pink Pickle Production: A Retrospective on the
Future of Appalachia. Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt, Nicole Schnopp-Wyatt,
John Howie, & Emma Sue Jones. 2007 Appalachian Studies
Pot Smoking for Counselors. Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 2006 Kentucky
Mental Health Counselors Association.
Hillbilly Heroin(e): A Chemical Romance. A Short Film and
Facilitated Discussion about Substance Abuse. Mandy Fleming, Laura
Bellamy, Tasha Collins, Tony Mullins, Galen Cathcart, Darrell
Riffe, Joshua Salyers, Chad Webb, Nicole Schnopp-Wyatt, John Howie,
and Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 2004 Appalachian Studies Association
The Chaotic Nature of Chaos Theory. Chad Webb & Daniel
Schnopp-Wyatt. 2003 Society for Chaos Theory in Psychology and the
Life Sciences Conference.
Sissy-strata: A Short Film and Facilitated Discussion about
Patriarchy and Violence in Appalachia. Mandy Fleming, Darrell
Riffe, Joshua Salyers, Rebecca Blair, Chad Webb, Shane Newsome,
Halley Hammond, Nicole Schnopp-Wyatt, John Howie, and Daniel
Schnopp-Wyatt. 2003 Appalachian Studies Association Conference.
Der Ewige Hillbilly: A Short Film and Facilitated Discussion of
Pernicious Appalachian Stereotypes. Darrell Riffe, Mandy Fleming,
Tara McKenzie, Tom Perry, Joshua Salyers, Karen Wallen, Peggy
Davis, John Howie, and Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 2002 Appalachian
Studies Association Conference.
Sweet Home Chicago: How to Pass an Ordinance Banning Tobacco and
Alcohol Billboards When You Have the Data but They Have the Money.
Diana Hackbarth, Barbara Silvestri, Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt, &
Janet Williams. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting.
November 18, 1998.
There Oughta' Be a Law: Geographic Placement of Alcohol and
Tobacco Billboards in Chicago. Diana Hackbarth, Daniel
Schnopp-Wyatt, and David Katz. American Public Health Association
Annual Meeting. November 17, 1998.
Solving Community Problems: Perspectives from Police, Policy
Community Psychology. Richard Katz, Leonard Jason, Daniel
Schnopp-Wyatt, Jennifer Vavra, Susan McMahon, Buzz Talbot, and Pam
Durkoop. Midwest Psychological Association Conference. May 1,
Public Policy and Prevention: Obstacles to Creating Social
Change. Richard Katz, Leonard Jason, Susan McMahon, Daniel
Schnopp-Wyatt, and Jennifer Vavra. Eco-Community Conference.
October 18, 1997.
Community Mobilization for Public Policy Change: A Think Tank.
Joan Leigh, Lois Suchomski, Richard Booze, Sue Thau, Ani Russell,
& Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. 1997 DASA Prevention Conference. April
Tobacco Industry Financing and Voting Records of Illinois
Legislators: A Ten Year Retrospective Study. Diana P. Hackbarth
& Daniel L. Schnopp-Wyatt. Sigma Theta Tau Research Conference.
August 22, 1996.
Sex Education and Life Goals of Sexually Mature Adolescents.
Yolanda Saurez, Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt, Anita Jayaraj & Kathryn
McGlinchey. Fifth Biennial Conference on Community Research and
Action. June 16, 1995.
Behavioral Strategies to Deal with Youth Access to Tobacco
within a Legislative Framework. William Billows & Daniel
Schnopp-Wyatt. Second Annual Applied Psychology Conference.
February 10, 1995.
Tobacco Access Laws; A History of Small Wins. William Billows
& Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt. Eco-Community Conference. October 15,
The Relevance of Dynamic Systems Theory to Community Psychology.
Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt, John Holden, & Leonard Jason. Midwestern
Psychological Association Conference. May 6, 1994.
Community Psychology, Chaos Theory & Energy Levels. John
Holden, Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt & Leonard Jason. Midwestern
Psychological Association Conference. May 5, 1994.
Public Policy or Community Interventions: Where Should Our
Priorities Lie? Mary Stockton, Daniel Schnopp-Wyatt, & Susan
Dvorak-McMahon. Eco-Community Conference. October 23, 1993.