Matthew Jakupcak

Personal Statement

Dr. Jakupcak studies and treats posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and associated high risk behaviors such as substance abuse and violence. He is also interested in novel treatment approaches to PTSD, including Behavioral Activation (BA) and primary care based treatment models. Dr. Jakupcak is currently funded to study BA and cognitive skills training for returning Veterans with PTSD and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI).

Recent Publications

Behavioral Activation as a Treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Among Returning Veterans: A Randomized Trial.
(2019 Oct 1)
Psychiatr Serv 70(10): 867-873
Wagner AW, Jakupcak M, Kowalski HM, Bittinger JN, Golshan S

Change in social support while participating in behavioral activation for PTSD.
(2019 Nov)
Psychol Trauma 11(8): 905-908
Campbell SB, Fortney J, Simpson TL, Jakupcak M, Wagner A

Mental health symptoms and treatment utilization among trauma-exposed college students.
(2019 Mar)
Psychol Trauma 11(3): 274-282
Artime TM, Buchholz KR, Jakupcak M

Longitudinal Examination of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder as a Long-Term Outcome of Iraq War Deployment.
(2016 Dec 1)
Am J Epidemiol 184(11): 796-805
Vasterling JJ, Aslan M, Proctor SP, Ko J, Marx BP, Jakupcak M, Schnurr PP, Gleason T, Huang GD, Concato J

Relationship satisfaction, PTSD symptom severity, and mental healthcare utilization among OEF/OIF veterans.
(2017 Feb)
J Fam Psychol 31(1): 111-116
McGinn MM, Hoerster KD, Stryczek KC, Malte CA, Jakupcak M

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