Michael Moorhouse

Published: March 31st, 2010

Category: Behavioral Science and Community Health, M-R, Research Faculty

Dr. Moorhouse’s primary research can be categorized across two general areas: 1) using Rasch analysis to validate rehabilitation and health behavior measures, and 2) investigating substance abuse behaviors in special populations. Specifically within the measurement arena, Dr. Moorhouse has worked to assess “functional cognition” among OEF/OIF veterans who have sustained a traumatic brain injury. Whereas his substance abuse research focuses on tobacco use and cessation among people with disabilities and investigating risky binge drinking behaviors among US college students.