- Anthropology of health and healing
- Occupational culture and alcohol
- Work stress and couple violence
- Family culture and alcohol
- Environmental models for research and prevention of substance abuse problems
- Integration of qualitative and quantitative methods
Ames, G., Cunradi, C., Moore, R. and Duke, M. (2009) The Impact of Occupational Culture on Drinking Behavior of Young Adults in the U.S. Navy, Jour of Mixed Methods, 3(2)120-150.
Cunradi, C., Todd, M. Duke, M. and Ames, G. (2009) Problem Drinking, Unemployment and Intimate Partner Violence among a Sample of Construction Workers and their Partners, Jour of Family Violence, 24:63-74.
Duke, M., and Ames, G. (2008) Challenges of Contraceptive Use and Pregnancy Prevention Among Women in the US Navy, Journal of Qualitative Health Research, 18: 244-253.
Ames, G., Cunradi, C., Moore, R., and Stern, (2007) Military Culture and Drinking Behavior among Navy Careerists: Policy and Tradition in Conflict, Jour of Studies on Alcohol, 68(3)336-344.
Russ, A.J. and Ames , G.M. (2006). Policy and prevention as competing imperatives in US Navy life and medicine. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 8(1), 1-15.
Ames, G.M. and Cunradi, C.B. (2004/2005). Alcohol use among young adults in the military: risk and prevention. Alcohol Research & Health, 28(4), 252-257.
Gordon, D.R., Ames, G.M., Yen, I.H., Gillen, M., Aust, B., Rugulies, R., Frank, J.W., Blanc, P.D. (2005, April). Integrating qualitative research into occupational health: a case study among hospital workers. Jour of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 47(4), 399-409.
Marshall, M., Ames, G., Bennett, L. (2001) Anthropological Perspectives on Alcohol and Drugs at the Turn of the new Millennium, Social Science & Medicine, 53(2):153-164.
Ames, G.M., Grube, J.W., and Moore, R.S. (2000). Social control and workplace drinking norms: a comparison of two organizational cultures. Jour of Studies on Alcohol, 61(2), 203-219.
Frank, J.W., Moore, R.S., and Ames, G.M. (2000). Historical and cultural roots of drinking problems among American Indians. American Journal of Public Health, 90(3), 344-351.
Ames, G., Grube, J., Moore, R. (1997) The Relationship of Drinking and Hangovers to Workplace Problems: An Empirical Study, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 58(1):37-47.
Ames, G, Schmidt, C., Klee, L. Saltz, R. (1996) Combining Methods to Identify New Measures of Women's Drinking Problems Part I: The Ethnographic Stage, Addiction, 91(6):829-844.
Ames, G.M. and Rebhun, L.A. (1996, Dec). Women, alcohol and work: interactions of gender, ethnicity, and occupational culture. Social Science & Medicine, 43(11), 1649-1663.
Ames, G., Delaney, W., Janes, C. (1992) Obstacles to Effective Alcohol Policy in the Workplace: A Case Study, British Jour of Addiction, 87:1055-1069.
Ames, G. and Janes, C. (1992) A Cultural Approach to Conceptualizing Alcohol and the Workplace Alcohol, Health & Research World, 16(2):112-119.
Ragland D. and Ames, G. (1996) Current Developments in the Study of Stress and Alcohol Consumption, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research (20(8):51a-53a, 1996.
Bennett, L. and Ames, G. (eds.), (1985) The American Experience with Alcohol: Contrasting Cultural Perspectives. Plenum Press, New York.