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Angela J Liegey-Dougall

Name

[Liegey-Dougall, Angela J]
  • Associate Professor, Department of Psychology

Professional Preparation

    • 1991 B.S. University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
    • 1997 M.S. University of Pittsburgh
    • 1999 Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh

Appointments

    • Sept 2014 to Present Associate Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Aug 2006 to Aug 2014 Assist Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Sept 2007 to Aug 2011 Adjunct Assistant Professor
      The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW)
    • Sept 2003 to Aug 2006 Member
      University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
    • Sept 2002 to Aug 2006 Research Assist. Prof.
      University of Pittsburgh
    • Jan 2002 to Jan 2006 Research Assist. Prof.
      University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute
    • Jan 2000 to Jan 2001 Research V, Biostatistician
      University of Pittsburgh

News Articles

Research and Expertise

  • Research Interests

    Determinants of long-term stress responding following traumatic and/or chronic stressor events

    Health effects of long-term stress

    Habituation and adaptation to long-term stress

    Social influences on stress and health

    Mental and physical health effects of coping with chronic diseases, such as cance, diabetes, and other metabolic conditions

    Chronic pain

    Psychoneuroimmunology

    Exercise psychology

    Occupational health psychology

    Advanced models for longitudinal data analysis

    Stress resilience

Publications

      Journal Article Forthcoming
      • Dougall, A. L., Swanson, J. N., Kyutoku, Y., Belani, C. P., & Baum, A. (In Press). Posttraumatic Symptoms, Quality of Life, and Survival among Lung Cancer Patients. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      Forthcoming
      • Kyutoku, Y., Bernstein, I. H., Dan, I., & Dougall, A. L. Filling in the gap between mora and stress based rhythmic structure for enhancing oral communication. System.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      Forthcoming
      • Hartzell, M. M., Dougall, A. L., Kishino, N., & Gatchel, R. J. (Under Review). Utility of Pain Drawings Rated For Non-Organic Pain in Chronic Low Back Pain Populations. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      Forthcoming
      • Sanders, C., Dougall, A. L., Haggard, R., Buschang, P., Karbowski, S., Riggs, R., Gatchel, R. J. (Under Review). TMJMD diagnostic groups affect outcomes independently of treatment in patients at-risk for developing chronicity: A two-year follow-up study.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter Forthcoming
      • Jenney, C. T., & Dougall, A. L.* (In Press). Immune system functioning and mental health: Implications for assessment and treatment in counseling and psychotherapy. In S. Maltzman (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Treatment Processes and Outcomes in Counseling Psychology. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2016
      • Dougall, A. L., Sander, C., Haggard, R., Buschang, P., Karbowski, S., Riggs, R., & Gatchel, R. J. (2016). Community-based early interventions for acute TMJMD patient settings. In L. V. Berhardt (ed.), Advances in Medicine and Biology, Vol. 92 (pp. 47-65). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2015
      • Jenney, C., Tebbe, D., Pellosmaa, H., Hartman, I., & Dougall, A. L. (2015). A preliminary assessment of multiple health factors in type ii diabetics to guide intervention [Abstract].  Psychosomatic Medicine, 77(3), Supplement A. doi: 10.1097/PSY.0000000000000198

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2015
      • Orsak, G., Pellosmaa, H., Tebbe, D., Jenney, C., Das, S., Thompson, J., Carroll, M., Feldman, M., Vecchio, M., Dougall, A. L. (2015). The role of illness coherence and depressive symptoms in medication adherence among un- or under-insured heart failure patients [Abstract].  Psychosomatic Medicine, 77(3), Supplement A. doi: 10.1097/PSY.0000000000000198

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]
      2015
      • Pellosmaa, H., Orsak, G., Tebbe, D., Jenney, C., Das, S., Thompson, J., Carroll, J., Feldman, M., Vecchio, M., Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). Managing high cholesterol: Relationships among stress, depression, adherence and inflammatory markers [Abstract].  Psychosomatic Medicine, 77(3), Supplement A. doi: 10.1097/PSY.0000000000000198

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2015
      • Posluszny, D. M., Dougall, A. L., Johnson, J. T., Argiris, A., Ferris, R. L., Baum, A., Bovbjerg, D. H., & Dew, M. A. (2015). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) Symptoms in newly diagnosed head and neck cancer patients and their partners. Head and Neck, 37(9), 1282-1289. DOI 10.1002/hed.23760

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2015
      • Orsak, G., Stevens, A. M., Brufsky, A., Kajumba, M., & Dougall, A. L. (2015). The effects of Reiki therapy and companionship on quality of life, mood, and symptom distress during chemotherapy. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 20, 20-27. DOI: 10.1177/2156587214556313

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Technical Report 2015
      • Dougall, A. L., Park, A., Pellosmaa, H., Granberry, S., Inem, S., Jones, J., …Starnes, J. (2015, January). A preliminary report for H.O.P.E. Tutoring Center: Sociodemographic predictors of attrition and grades. Arlington, TX: H.O.P.E. Tutoring.

        {Technical Report} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2014
      • Jenney, C. T., McKeown, B. & Dougall, A. L. (2014). Exercise intensity and energy expenditure of a simulated-sport exergame versus real-world sport. [Abstract]. International Journal of Exercise Science: Conference Proceedings, 2(6), 52.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2014
      • Gatchel, R. J., & Dougall, A. L. (2014). Psychosocial and psychiatric sequelae of chronic musculoskeletal pain and disability disorders. In R.J. Gatchel and I.Z. Schultz (Eds.), Handbook of Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability Disorders in the Workplace. New York: Springer.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2013
      • Flint, M. S., Baum, A., Episcopo, B., Knickelbein, K. Z., Dougall, A. J. L., Chambers, W. H., & Jenkins, F. (2013). Chronic exposure to stress hormones promote transformation and tumorigenicity of 3T3 mouse fibroblasts. Stress, 16, 114-121. doi:10.3109/10253890.2012.686075
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Sanders, C., Dougall, A. L., Lorduy, K. M., Haggard, R., & Gatchel, R. J. (2013). The effects of an early intervention program on physical symptoms in a temporomandibular disorder population. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 18, 218-230. DOI: 10.1111/jabr.12011

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Jenney, C. T., Wilson, J. R., Swanson, J. N., Perrotti, L. I., & Dougall, A. L.* (2013). Exergame use as a gateway to the adoption of and adherence to sport-specific and general physical activity. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 18, 198-217. DOI: 10.1111/jabr.12012

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Irish, L. A., Dougall, A. L., Delahanty, D. L., & Hall, M. (2013). The impact of sleep complaints on physical health and immune outcomes in rescue workers: A one-year prospective study. Psychosomatic Medicine, 75 (2), 196-201. doi: 10.1097/​PSY.0b013e31827d85ab

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Iyer, P. A., Dougall, A. L., & Jensen-Campbell, L. A. (2013). Are Some Adolescents Differentially Susceptible to the Influence of Bullying on Depression? Journal of Research in Personality, 47, 272-281. doi: 10.1016/j.jrp.2013.02.004 

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Lorduy, K. M., Dougall, A. L., Haggard, R., & Gatchel, R. J. (2013). The Prevalence of comorbid symptoms of central sensitization syndrome among three different groups of temporomandibular disorder patients. Pain Practice. Advance online publication retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/papr.12029/pdf

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2013
      • Dougall, A. L.* & Sanders, C. (2013). Chronic pain in a specific population: Temporomandibular Joint Disorders. In Dougall, A. L. & Gatchel, R. J. (Eds.), Ask the experts: Chronic Pain, (pp. 75-91). London, England: Future Science Group. doi: 10.2217/9781780843483

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Dougall, A. L.* & Gatchel, R. J. (2013). Ask the Experts: Common risk factors & avoidance techniques for opioid misuse. In Dougall, A. L. & Gatchel, R. J. (Eds.), Ask the experts: Chronic Pain, (pp. 110-116). London, England: Future Science Group. doi: 10.2217/9781780843483

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2013
      • Posluszny, D. M., Dougall, A. L., Dew, M. A., Ferris, R. L., Bovbjerg, D. H. & Baum, A. (2013). Women newly diagnosed with head and neck cancer experience higher levels of traumatic stress symptoms and anxiety than men [Abstract]. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 45 (S2), s198. 

        {Exhibition Review} [Refereed/Juried]
      2013
      • Jenney, C. T., Wilson, J. R., Swanson, J. N., Yilla, A. B. & Dougall, A. L. (2013). Exergame use as a gateway to the promotion of physical activity [Abstract]. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 45 (S2), s228.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book 2013
      • Dougall, A. L. & Gatchel, R. J. (Eds.) (2013). Ask the experts: Chronic Pain. London, England: Future Science Group. doi: 10.2217/9781780843483

        {Book} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2012
      • Dougall, A. L., Biglan, M. C. W., Swanson, J. N., & Baum, A. (2012). Stress, coping, and immune function.  In I. B. Weiner (Series Ed.) & M. Gallagher & R. J. Nelson (Vol. Eds.), Handbook of Psychology: Vol. 3. Biological Psychology (2nd ed.) (pp. 440-460). New Jersey: Wiley.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). Stress, health, and illness. In A. Baum, T. A. Revenson, and J. E. Singer (Eds.), Handbook of Health Psychology (2nd ed.) (pp. 53-78). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Graham, H., Howard, K., & Dougall, A. L. (2012). The growth of occupational health psychology. In R. J. Gatchel & I. Z. Schultz (Eds.), Handbook of Occupational Health and Wellness (pp. 39-59). New York: Springer.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Trevino, L. A., Uhelski, M. L., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). The adrenal gland and behavior. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.) (pp. 30-36). San Diego: Academic Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Trevino, L. A., Lorduy, K. M., Natishyn, M., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). Catecholamines and behavior. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.) (pp. 434-440). Sab Diego: Academic Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Swanson, J. N., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). Learned helplessness. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.) (pp. 525-530). San Diego: Academic Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Graham, H., Howard, K., & Dougall, A. L. (2012). The growth of occupational health psychology. In R. J. Gatchel & I. Z. Schultz (Eds.), Handbook of Occupational Health and Wellness (pp. 39-59). New York: Springer.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Dougall, A. L., Biglan, M. C. W., Swanson, J. N., & Baum, A. (2012). Stress, coping, and immune function.  In I. B. Weiner (Series Ed.) & R. J. Nelson & S. Mizumori (Vol. Eds.), Handbook of Psychology: Vol. 3. Behavioral Neuroscience (2nd ed.) (pp. 440-460). New Jersey: Wiley.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2012
      • Kyutoku, Y., Tada, R., Umeyama, T., Harada, K., Kikuchi, S., Watanabe, E., Dougall, A. L., & Dan, I. (2012). Cognitive and psychological reactions of the general population three months after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. PLoS ONE, 7(2): e31014. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0031014
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Dennis, T. S., Beck, K. D., Morris Bobzean, S. A., Dougall, A. L., & Perrotti, L. I. (2012). Assessing learned associations between conditioned cocaine reward and environmental stimuli in the Wistar Kyoto rat. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 103, 76-82. doi:10.1016/j.pbb.2012.08.005 

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Dougall, A. L., Jimenez, C. A., Haggard, R. A., Stowell, A. W., Riggs, R. R., & Gatchel, R. J. (2012). Biopsychosocial factors associated with the subcategories of acute temporomandibular joint disorders. Journal of Orofacial Pain, 26, 7-16. PMID: 22292135 

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Swanson, J. N., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). Learned helplessness. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.) (pp. 525-530). San Diego: Academic Press. 

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Trevino, L. A., Lorduy, K. M., Natishyn, M., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). Catecholamines and behavior. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.) (pp. 434-440). Sab Diego: Academic Press.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2012
      • Trevino, L. A., Uhelski, M. L., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2012). The adrenal gland and behavior. In V. S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Human Behavior (2nd ed.) (pp. 30-36). San Diego: Academic Press.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Newsletter Article 2011
      • Liegey Dougall, A., Gatchel, R. B., Grunberg, N. E., Jenkins, F. Chaitkin, L., & Krantz, D. S. (2011, March). In appreciation: Andy Baum. Observer, 24(3). Retrieved from http://www.psychologicalscience.org/
        {Newsletter Article} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Book Chapter 2011
      • Baum, A., Lee, C. M., & Dougall, A. L. (2011). Social stressors, social pain, and health. In G. MacDonald & L. A. Jensen-Campbell. (Eds.), Social pain: A neuropsychological and health implications of loss and exclusion (pp. 193-213). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Dougall, A. L., & Gatchel, R. J. (2011). The Role of Coping in the Development and Treatment of Chronic Pain. In M. K. Gow & M. J. Celinski (Eds).  Wayfinding Through Life Challenges: Coping And Survival (pp. 123-139). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Dougall, A. L. & Swanson, J. N. (2011). Mental and physical health effects of trauma. In R. J. Contrada & A. Baum. (Eds.), Handbook of Stress Science: Psychology, Biology, and Health (pp. 373-384). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Baum, A., Trevino, L. A., & Dougall, A. L. (2011). Stress and the cancers. In R. J. Contrada & A. Baum. (Eds.), The Handbook of Stress Science: Biology, Psychology, and Health (pp. 411-424). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2011
      • Dougall, A. L., Swanson, J. N., Frame, M. C., Grimm, J., & Jenney, C. (2011). Tempering the Decline in College Student Physical Activity Using Informational Interventions: Moderating Effects of Stress and Stage of Change. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 16, 16-41. doi: 10.1111/j.1751-9861.2011.00064.x

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2011
      • Ingram, M., Choi, Y. H., Chiu, C., Haggard, R., Buschang, P., Dougall, A. L., & Gatchel, R. J. (2011). Use of the minimal clinically important difference (MCID) for evaluating treatment outcomes with TMJMD patients: A preliminary study. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 16, 148-166. doi: 10.1111/j.1751-9861.2011.00068.x 

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Conference Proceeding 2011
      • Posluszny, D. M., Dew, M. A., Johnson, J. T., Argiris, A. E., Ferris, R. L., Gibson, M. K., Grandis, J. R., Dougall, A. L., Baum, A., & Bovbjerg, D. H. (2011). Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms in newly diagnosed head and neck cancer patients and their partners [Abstract]. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 41 (S1), s59.

        {Conference Proceeding} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2010
      • Gatchel, R. J., Ricard, M. D., Dougall, A. L., Jain, M., & Ghosh, S. (2010). The Comprehensive Muscular Activity Profile (CMAP): Its clinical utility in objectively differentiating between low back pain patients and normals. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 15, 175-186.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2009
      • Dougall, A. L., Smith, A. W., Somers, T. J., Posluszny, D. M., Rubinstein, W. S., & Baum, A. (2009). Coping with Genetic Testing for Breast Cancer Susceptibility. Psychosomatic Medicine, 71, 98-105.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2008
      • Smith, A. W., Dougall, A. L., Posluszny, D. M., Somers, T. J., Rubinstein, W. S., & Baum, A. (2008). Psychological distress and quality of life associated with genetic testing for breast cancer risk. Psycho-Oncology, 17(8), 767-773.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2007
      • Baum, A. & Dougall, A. L. (2007). Psychoneuroimmunology assessments. In S. Ayers, A. Baum, C. McManus, S. Newman, K. Wallston, J. Weinman & R. West. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Edition) (pp. 309-313). Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2007
      • Baum, A. & Dougall, A. L. (2007). Stress assessment. In S. Ayers, A. Baum, C. McManus, S. Newman, K. Wallston, J. Weinman & R. West. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Edition) (pp. 326-330). Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2007
      • Dougall, A. L. (2007). Lung Cancer. In S. Ayers, A. Baum, C. McManus, S. Newman, K. Wallston, J. Weinman & R. West. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Edition) (pp. 605-606). Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2007
      • Dougall, A. L., Spencer, S., & Baum, A. (2007). Architecture and health. In S. Ayers, A. Baum, C. McManus, S. Newman, K. Wallston, J. Weinman & R. West. (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health and Medicine (2nd Edition, pp. 23-26). Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]
      2007
      • Dougall, A. L. & Baum, A. (2007). Stress effects of Three Mile Island. In G. Fink. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Stress (2nd ed., Vol.3, pp. 735-737). Oxford: Elsevier.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2005
      • Dougall, A. L., Hayward, M. C., & Baum, A. (2005). Media exposure to bioterrorism: Stress and the anthrax attacks. Psychiatry, 68, 28-42.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2004
      • Dougall, A. L. & Baum, A. (2004). Psychoneuroimmunology and trauma. In P. P. Schnurr & B. L. Green. (Eds.), Trauma and Health: Physical health consequences of exposure to extreme stress (pp. 129-155). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2004
      • Baum, A., & Dougall, A. L. (2004). Disasters and health. In N. B. Anderson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of health and behavior. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2003
      • Dougall, A. L. & Baum, A. (2003). Stress, coping, and immune function. In I. B. Weiner (Series Ed.) & M. Gallagher & R. J. Nelson (Vol. Eds.). (Eds.), Handbook of Psychology: Biological Psychology (pp. 441-455). New Jersey: Wiley.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2002
      • Baum, A. & Dougall, A. L. (2002). Terrorism and behavioral medicine: Editorial review. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 15, 617-621.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2002
      • Jenkins, F. J., Hoffman, L. J., & Dougall, A. L. (2002). Reactivation of and primary infection with human herpesvirus 8 among solid-organ transplant recipients. Journal of Infectious Diseases, 185, 1238-43.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2001
      • Dougall, A. L., Hyman, K. B., Hayward, M. C., McFeeley, S., & Baum, A. (2001). Optimism and traumatic stress: The importance of social support and coping. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 31, 223-245.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2001
      • Dougall, A. L., Ursano, R. J., Posluszny, D. M., Fullerton, C. S., & Baum, A. (2001). Predictors of posttraumatic stress disorder among victims of motor vehicle accidents. Psychosomatic Medicine, 63, 402-411.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2001
      • Fullerton, C. S., Ursano, R. J., Epstein, R. S., Crowley, B., Vance, K., Kao, T., Dougall, A., & Baum, A. (2001). Gender differences in posttraumatic stress disorder after motor vehicle accidents. American Journal of Psychiatry, 158, 1486-1491.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2001
      • Dougall, A. L. & Baum, A. (2001). Stress, health, and illness. In A. Baum, T. A. Revenson, and J. E. Singer. (Eds.), Handbook of Health Psychology (pp. 321-337). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 2000
      • Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Hayward, M., Forlenza, M., Hawk, L., & Baum, A. (2000). Gender differences in cardiovascular and natural killer cell reactivity to acute stress following a hassling task. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 7, 19-27.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2000
      • Dougall, A. L., Herberman, H. B., Delahanty, D. L., Inslicht, S. S., & Baum, A. (2000). Similarity of prior trauma exposure as a determinant of chronic stress responding to an airline disaster. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 68, 290-295.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      2000
      • Hawk, L. W., Dougall, A. L., Ursano, R. J., & Baum, A. (2000). Urinary catecholamines and cortisol in recent-onset posttraumatic stress disorder after motor vehicle accidents. Psychosomatic Medicine, 62, 423-434.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Encyclopedia Entry 2000
      • Schooler, T. Y., Dougall, A., & Baum, A. (2000). Stress: Impact on health. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed), Encyclopedia of Psychology, Vol. 7, (pp. 487-489). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association; New York, NY, US: Oxford University Press.

        {Encyclopedia Entry} [Refereed/Juried]
      2000
      • Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2000). Stress effects of Three Mile Island. In G. Fink (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Stress (Vol. 3, pp. 595-598). San Diego: Academic Press.

        {Exhibition Review} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 2000
      • Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2000). Neuroendocrine and immune alterations following natural disasters and traumatic stress. In R. Ader, D. L. Felten, and N. Cohen (Eds.), Psychoneuroimmunology: Vol. 2 (3rd Ed., pp. 335-345). San Diego: Academic Press.

        {Book Chapter} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 1999
      • Dougall, A. L., Craig, K. J., & Baum, A. (1999). Assessment of characteristics of intrusive thoughts and their impact on distress among victims of traumatic events. Psychosomatic Medicine, 61, 38-48.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      1999
      • Schooler, T. Y., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1999). Cues, frequency, and the disturbing nature of intrusive thoughts: Patterns seen in rescue workers from the crash of Flight 427.  Journal of Traumatic Stress, 12, 571-585.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      1999
      • Ursano, R. J., Fullerton, C. S., Epstein, R. S., Crowley, B., Tzu-Cheg, K., Vance, K., Craig, K. J., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1999). Acute and chronic posttraumatic stress disorder in motor vehicle accident victims. American Journal of Psychiatry, 156, 589-595.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 1998
      • Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Browning, L. J., Hyman, K. B., & Baum, A. (1998). Duration of stressor and natural killer cell activity. Psychology and Health, 13, 1121-1134.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      1998
      • Dougall, A. L., Baum, A., & Jenkins, F. J. (1998). Daily fluctuation in chronic fatigue syndrome severity and symptoms. Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research, 3, 12-28.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      1998
      • Wang, T., Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1998). Responses of natural killer cell activity to acute laboratory stressors in healthy men at different times of day. Health Psychology, 17, 428-435.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Book Chapter 1998
      • Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1998). Stress. In H. Friedman (Ed.),  Encyclopedia of Mental Health (Vol. 3, pp. 599-606). San Diego: Academic Press.
        {Book Chapter} [Non-refereed/non-juried]

      Journal Article 1997
      • Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Craig, K. J., Jenkins, F. J., & Baum, A. (1997). Chronic stress and natural killer cell activity following exposure to traumatic death. Psychosomatic Medicine, 59, 467-476.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

      Journal Article 1996
      • Dougall, A. L., Hyman, K. B., Hayward, M. C., McFeeley, S., & Baum, A. (1996). Optimism as a mediator of traumatic stress [Abstract]. Psychosomatic Medicine, 58, 83.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      1996
      • Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Craig, K. J., Jenkins, F. J., & Baum, A. (1996).  Chronic stress and natural killer cell activity following cleanup of an airline crash [Abstract].  Psychosomatic Medicine, 58, 63.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]
      1996
      • Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Hawken, L., Trakowski, J. H., Schmitz, J., Jenkins, F., & Baum, A. (1996). Time course of natural killer cell activity and lymphocyte proliferation in response to two acute stressors in healthy men. Health Psychology, 15, 48-55.
        {Journal Article} [Refereed/Juried]

Presentations

    • August  2016
      Stress And The Dual Roles Of College Athletes

      Dougall, A. L., Tebbe, D., Wilson, J., & Garner, D. (2016, August). Stress And The Dual Roles Of College Athletes. Paper to be presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 47, Denver, CO.

    • April  2016
      Development and Validation of an Exercise Intimidation Scale

      Tebbe, D., Newell, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2016, April). Development and Validation of an Exercise Intimidation Scale. Poster to be presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference, Dallas, TX.

    • March  2016
      Differential Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress and Posttraumatic Growth

      Tebbe, D., & Dougall, A. L. (2016, March). Differential Predictors of Posttraumatic Stress and Posttraumatic Growth. Poster to be presented at the American Psychosomatic Society 74th Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

    • March  2016
      Examining the Role of Statins and Mood on Plasma Lipids and Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review

      Pellosmaa, H., & Dougall, A. L. (2016, March). Examining the Role of Statins and Mood on Plasma Lipids and Health Outcomes: A Systematic Review. Poster to be presented at the American Psychosomatic Society 74th Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

    • April  2015
      Intrusive and Avoidant Symptoms Mediate Effects of Psychosocial Wellbeing on Sleep.

      Tebbe, D., Ghaffari, S., Rhodes, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2015, April). Intrusive and Avoidant Symptoms Mediate Effects of Psychosocial Wellbeing on Sleep.  Posterr presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference, Wichita, KS.

    • April  2015
      The Effects of Race and BMI on Weight Related Quality of Life.

      Pellosmaa, H., Wilkes, J., Dougall, A. L. (2015, April). The Effects of Race and BMI on Weight Related Quality of Life. Oral presentation to be presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference, Wichita, KS.

    • March  2015
      Managing High Cholesterol: Relationships among Stress, Depression, Adherence and Inflammatory Markers.

      Pellosmaa, H., Orsak, G., Tebbe, D., Jenney, C., Das, S., Thompson, J., Carroll, J., Feldman, M., Vecchio, M., Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). Managing High Cholesterol: Relationships among Stress, Depression, Adherence and Inflammatory Markers. Poster presented at the American Psychosomatic Society 73rd Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.

    • March  2015
      The Role of Illness Coherence and Depressive Symptoms in Medication Adherence Among Un- or Under-Insured Heart Failure Patients

      Orsak, G., Pellosmaa, H., Tebbe, D., Jenney, C., Das, S., Thompson, J., Carroll, M., Feldman, M., Vecchio, M., Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). The Role of Illness Coherence and Depressive Symptoms in Medication Adherence Among Un- or Under-Insured Heart Failure Patients. Poster presentation at the American Psychosomatic Society 73rd Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.

    • March  2015
      A Preliminary Assessment Of Multiple Health Factors In Type II Diabetics To Guide Intervention

      Jenney, C., Tebbe, D., Pellosmaa, H., Hartman, I., & Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). A Preliminary Assessment Of Multiple Health Factors In Type II Diabetics To Guide Intervention. Poster presented at the American Psychosomatic Society 73rd Annual Conference, Savannah, GA.

    • March  2015
      Effects Of Group Composition On Individual Performance In A Spin Class.

      Yang, A., Jenney, C., Wilson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). Effects Of Group Composition On Individual Performance In A Spin Class. Poster to be presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2015
      Gender Differences In Self-Efficacy And Exercise Experience Among Undergraduate Students.

      Moorefield, A., Jenney, C., Wilson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). Gender Differences In Self-Efficacy And Exercise Experience Among Undergraduate Students. Poster to be presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2015
      Effect of Genetic Breast Cancer Testing on the Relationship of Psychological Wellbeing and Sleep.

      Ghaffari, S., Tebbe, D., Rhodes, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2015, March). Effect of Genetic Breast Cancer Testing on the Relationship of Psychological Wellbeing and Sleep.  Poster to be presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX.

    • January  2015
      A Preliminary Report for H.O.P.E. Tutoring Center: Sociodemographic Predictors of Attrition and Grades.

      Dougall, A. L., Park, A., Pellosmaa, H., Inem, S., Long, J., Monks, K., Soepangat, A., …Starnes, J. (2015, January). A Preliminary Report for H.O.P.E. Tutoring Center: Sociodemographic Predictors of Attrition and Grades. Invited oral presentation at the annual board meeting of H.O.P.E. Tutoring, Arlington, TX.

    • November  2014
      Biopsychosocial Influences in Minority Health

      Dougall, A. L. (2014, November). Biopsychosocial Influences in Minority Health. Invited oral presentation at the Critical Conditions: Minority Health Panel and Discussion, University of Texas at Arlington Libraries, Arlington, TX.

    • August  2014
      Behavior Modification in the Treatment of Diabetes.

      Dougall, A. L. (2014, August). Behavior Modification in the Treatment of Diabetes. Oral Presentation at the Texas Chapter of American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Annual Meeting/Texas Endocrine Surgical Symposium. Houston, TX.

    • April  2014
      Appraisal of Cancer Diagnosis, Depression, and Sleep in Cancer Patients.

      Roth, T., Orsak, G., Dougall, A. L. (2014, April). Appraisal of Cancer Diagnosis, Depression, and Sleep in Cancer Patients. Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    • April  2014
      Sexual Function, Self-efficacy, and Perceived Stress in Cancer Patients.

      Pellosmaa, H., Dougall, A., L., Orsak, G. (2014, April). Sexual Function, Self-efficacy, and Perceived Stress in Cancer Patients. Oral presentation presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    • April  2014
      Congestive Heart Failure: Stress and Denial Coping Effects on Quality of Life.

      Orsak, G., & Dougall, A. L. (2014, April). Congestive Heart Failure: Stress and Denial Coping Effects on Quality of Life. Oral presentation presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.

    • April  2014
      Gender differences in crowding and equipment use in a university fitness center.

      Jenney, C. & Dougall, A. L. (2014, April). Gender differences in crowding and equipment use in a university fitness center. Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association 2014 Convention, San Antonio, TX.

    • March  2014
      Gender differences in crowding and equipment use in a university fitness center.

      Jenney, C. T., & Dougall, A. L. (2014, March). Gender differences in crowding and equipment use in a university fitness center. Oral presentation presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students 2014 Symposium, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2014
      Impact of Stress on Sleep in Cancer Patients

      Jacob, S., Orsak, G., Dougall, A. L. (2014, March). Impact of Stress on Sleep in Cancer Patients. Poster presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, Arlington, TX.

    • February  2014
      Exercise intensity and energy expenditure of a simulated-sport exergame versus real-world sport

      Jenney, C. T., McKeown, B. & Dougall, A. L. (2014, February). Exercise intensity and energy expenditure of a simulated-sport exergame versus real-world sport. Poster presented at the Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine 2014 Annual Conference, Fort Worth, TX. Second Place Doctoral Student Poster Presentation Award

    • August  2013
      Predicting Victim Vulnerability Using PTS Trajectory Patterns Following the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake.

      Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., Umeyama, T., Watanabe, E., Dan, I., & Dougall, A. L. (2013, August) Predicting Victim Vulnerability Using PTS Trajectory Patterns Following the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Best Poster Award Division 56, Honolulu, HI.

    • April  2013
      Physiological reactivity to threatening media.

      Havens, J. W., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2013, April). Physiological reactivity to threatening media. Poster  presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association 2013 Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

    • April  2013
      The influence of previous experience on exergame use in college undergraduates.

      Jenney, C. T., Swanson, J. & Dougall, A. L. (2013, April). The influence of previous experience on exergame use in college undergraduates. Oral presentation at the Southwestern Psychological Association 2013 Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

    • April  2013
      The influence of experience and competitor gender on activity levels during exergame use.

       Mitte, A. R., Jenney, C. T. & Dougall, A. L. (2013, April). The influence of experience and competitor gender on activity levels during exergame use. Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association 2013 Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

    • March  2013

      Women newly diagnosed with head and neck cancer experience higher levels of traumatic stress symptoms and anxiety than men.

      Posluszny, D. M., Dougall, A. L., Dew, M. A., Ferris, R. L., Bovbjerg, D. H. & Baum, A. (2013, March). Women newly diagnosed with head and neck cancer experience higher levels of traumatic stress symptoms and anxiety than men. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

    • March  2013
      Exergame use as a gateway to the promotion of physical activity

      Jenney, C. T., Wilson, J. R., Swanson, J. N., Yilla, A. B. & Dougall, A. L. (2013, March). Exergame use as a gateway to the promotion of physical activity. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.

    • March  2013
      The influence of previous experience on exergame use in college undergraduates

      Jenney, C. T., Swanson, J. & Dougall, A. L. (2013, March). The influence of previous experience on exergame use in college undergraduates. Oral presentation presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students 2013 Symposium, Arlington, TX. Award for Outstanding Graduate Oral Presentation.

    • August  2012
      Reiki therapy during chemotherapy: A pilot study

      Blaskovicova, G., Kajumba, M., Mora, P. A., Stevens, A. M., Brufsky, A. M., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, August). Reiki therapy during chemotherapy: A pilot study. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 38, Orlando, FL

    • August  2012

      Health effects of paradoxical worrying: 9/11 and the anthrax attacks

      Swanson, J. N., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, August). Health effects of paradoxical worrying: 9/11 and the anthrax attacks. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 38, Orlando, FL

    • August  2012

      Health effects of paradoxical worrying: 9/11 and the anthrax attacks

      Swanson, J. N., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, August). Health effects of paradoxical worrying: 9/11 and the anthrax attacks. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 38, Orlando, FL

    • August  2012
      Cognitive and psychological reactions of the general population three months after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami

      Kyutoku, Y., Tada, R., Umeyama, T., Harada, K., Kikuchi, S., Watanabe, E., Dougall, A. L., & Dan, I. (2012, August). Cognitive and psychological reactions of the general population three months after the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Division 38, Orlando, FL

    • May  2012
      What does it take to be a world cheerleading chamption?

      Wilson, J. R., Aviles, R. J., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, May). What does it take to be a world cheerleading champion? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine, San Francisco, CA

    • April  2012
      Behind the scenes of academic performance: Influence of exercise, stress, and self-esteem.

      Truong, A., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, April). Behind the scenes of academic performance: Influence of exercise, stress, and self-esteem. Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association, Oklahoma City, OK.

    • April  2012

      Self-esteem as a resilience factor for childhood traumas.

      Oaxaca, C., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, April). Self-esteem as a resilience factor for childhood traumasPoster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association, Oklahoma City, OK.

    • March  2012
      Behind the Scenes of academic performance: Influence of exercise, stress, and self-esteem.

      Truong, A., Swanson, J. N., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, March). Behind the Scenes of academic performance: Influence of exercise, stress, and self-esteem. Poster presented at The University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2012, University of Texas at Arlington.

    • February  2012
      Sociodemographic and lifestyle risk factors of weight gain and obesity among undergraduate students.

      Jenney, C., Swanson, J., Havens, J., Frame, M., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, February). Sociodemographic and lifestyle risk factors of weight gain and obesity among undergraduate students. Annual Conference on Research Opportunities (pp. 12). UT Metroplex Day 2012, Arlington, TX.

    • February  2012

      Reiki: The new chicken soup for chemotherapy patients?

      Blaskovicova G., Kajumba, M., Mora, P., Stevens, A., Brufsky, A., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, February). Reiki: The new chicken soup for chemotherapy patients? Annual Conference on Research Opportunities (pp. 8). UT Metroplex Day 2012, Arlington, TX.

    • February  2012

      Non-normative worrying as a predictor of negative physical and mental health outcomes.

      Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2012, February). Non-normative worrying as a predictor of negative physical and mental health outcomes. Annual Conference on Research Opportunities (pp. 15). UT Metroplex Day 2012, Arlington, TX.

    • August  2011

      Optimism differentially predicts posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth among lung cancer patients.

      Swanson, J. N., Jenney, C. T., Baum, A., & Dougall, A. L. (2011, August).  Optimism differentially predicts posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth among lung cancer patients. Poster presented at the American Psychological Association 2011 Annual Convention, Washington, D.C.

    • August  2011
      Posttraumatic growth, quality of life, and survival among lung cancer patients.

      Dougall, A. L., Swanson, J. N., & Baum, A. (2011, August). Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

    • August  2011
      The Pittsburgh days: Cancer research.

      Dougall, A. L. (2011, August).  In R. J. Gatchel (Chair), Professional and research contributions of Dr. Andy Baum to health psychology: A celebration of his career. Symposium at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

    • April  2011
      Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms in newly diagnosed head and neck cancer patients and their partners.

      Posluszny, D. M., Dew, M. A., Johnson, J. T., Argiris, A. E., Ferris, R. L., Gibson, M. K., Grandis, J. R., Dougall, A. L., Baum, A., & Bovbjerg, D. H. (2011, April). Oral paper presented at the Society of Behavioral Medicine annual convention, Washington D.C.

    • April  2011

      Massage and meditation use predicts quality of life among lung cancer patients.

      Oxford, R., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2011, April). Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association 2011 Convention, San Antonio, TX.

    • April  2011

      An interdisciplinary approach to perceived exercise barriers.

      Jenney, C. T., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2011, April). Poster presented at the Southwestern Psychological Association 2011 Convention, San Antonio, TX.

    • March  2011

      An interdisciplinary approach to perceived exercise barriers.

      Jenney, C. T., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2011, March). Poster presented at The University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2011, Arlington, TX.

    • April  2010

      Tangible Social Support Moderates the Relationship between Academic Stress and Resilience.

      Grimm, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2010, April). Tangible Social Support Moderates the Relationship between Academic Stress and Resilience. Poster presented at Southwestern Psychological Association 2010, Dallas, TX.

    • November  2009

      Optimism predicts post-traumaticstress&

      Lee, C. M., Dougall, A. L., & Swanson, J. (2009, November).  Optimism predicts post-traumatic stress and growth in lung cancer.  Paper presented at the Texas Psychological Association Annual Convention, Houston, TX.

    • March  2009

      Performance and Exercise in the College Population.

      Grimm, J., Swanson, J., Frame, M., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March). Academic Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington Metroplex Day 2009, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2009
      Academic Performance and Exercise in the College Population.

      Grimm, J., Swanson, J., Frame, M., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March). Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2009, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2009

      Causal Attributions in Advanced Stage Lung Cancer Patients.

      Swanson, J., Lee, C. M., Schiller, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March).Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington Metroplex Day 2009, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2009

      Causal Attributions in Advanced Stage Lung Cancer Patients.

      Swanson, J., Lee, C. M., Schiller, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March).Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2009, Arlington, TX.

    • March  2009
      Causal Attributions in Advanced Stage Lung Cancer Patients.

      Swanson, J., Lee, C. M., Schiller, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March).Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2009, Arlington, TX.

    • October  2008

      Stress, health, exercise, and performance study (SHEP).

      Swanson, J., Grimm, J., Frame, M., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, October). Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington Research Day 2008, Arlington, TX.

    • February  2008

      Psychological adjustment outcomes in patients with lung cancer.

      Swanson, J., Kyutoku, Y., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, February). Poster presented at the Second Annual UT Metroplex Day, Dallas, TX.

    • February  2008

      Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.

      Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, February). Poster session presented at the Sixth Annual UTA Psychology Convention, Arlington, TX.

    • February  2008

      Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.

      Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L.  (2008, February).  Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.  Poster session presented at the Sixth Annual UTA Psychology Convention, Arlington, TX.

    • February  2008

      Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.

      Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L.  (2008, February).  Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.  Poster session presented at the Second Annual Metroplex Day at University of Texas at Southwest Medical Center, Dallas, TX. 

    • August  2007

      Alcohol involvement and psychological sequelae of serious motor vehicle accidents.

      Delahanty, D. L., Burrell, L., Dougall, A. L., Herberman, H., & Baum, A. (1997, August). Alcohol involvement and psychological sequelae of serious motor vehicle accidents. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

    • October  2004
      The Effect of Matching Coping Strategy and Appraisal of Control on Psychological Distress in Motor Vehicle Accident Victims.

      Midboe, A. M., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2004, November).  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.

    • October  2004
      Changes in distress and cancer worry in patients with breast cancer two years after a stress management intervention.

      Posluszny, D.M., Dougall, A.L., McFeeley, S., & Baum, A. (2004, November). Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New Orleans, LA.

    • October  2004
      Defensive behaviors in the American public after the anthrax attacks.

      Dougall, A. L., Hayward, M. C., Roberts, J. R. & Baum, A.  (2004, November).  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies in New Orleans, LA.

    • October  2004

      Nutritional issues as stressful events in head and neck cancer patients one year after surgery.

      Hayward, M. C., Dougall, A. L., Roberts, J. R., Henderson, B., & Baum, A. (2004, October). Nutritional issues as stressful events in head and neck cancer patients one year after surgery. Paper presented at the 2004 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo, Annual Meeting of the American Dietetic Association, Anaheim, CA.

    • October  2003

      A Test of the Goodness-of-Fit Theory in Motor Vehicle Accident Victims.

      Midboe, A. M., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2003, November). A Test of the Goodness-of-Fit Theory in Motor Vehicle Accident Victims. In C. Benight (Chair), Motor Vehicle Accident Trauma: Coping Processes and Fragmentation. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Chicago, IL.

    • March  2003

      Stress measurements following an environmental stressor.

      Somers, T. J., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2003, March). Stress measurements following an environmental stressor. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah.

    • August  2001

      Chronic stress responding in workers following industrial disasters.

      Dougall, A. L., Samaras, E. A., & Baum, A. (2001, August).  Chronic stress responding in workers following industrial disasters.  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

    • August  1999

      Heart rate predicts development of posttraumatic Stress Disorder.

      Dougall, A. L., Ursano, R. J., Fullerton, C. S., & Baum, A. (1999, August). Heart rate predicts development of posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

    • March  1999

      Social comparison as a coping strategy following exposure to industrial disasters.

      Escoffery, J., Herberman, H. B., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1999, March). Social comparison as a coping strategy following exposure to industrial disasters. Paper presented at the Work, Stress, and Health ‘99: Organization of Work in a Global Economy Conference, Baltimore, MD.

    • March  1998

      Urinary catecholamines and cortisol in recent-onset PTSD.

      Hawk, L. W., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1998, March). Urinary catecholamines and cortisol in recent-onset PTSD. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, New Orleans, LA.

    • August  1997

      Prior trauma moderates stress responding to a current trauma.

      Dougall, A. L., Herberman, H., Inslicht, S. S., & Baum, A. (1997, August). Prior trauma moderates stress responding to a current trauma. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

    • August  1997

      The predisposing influence of prior treatment on distress following trauma.

      Herberman, H. B., Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., McFeeley, S., & Baum, A. (1997, August). The predisposing influence of prior treatment on distress following trauma. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

    • May  1997

      Psychological sequelae of identifying with victims of an airplane crash.

      Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., McFeeley, S., & Baum, A. (1997, May). Psychological sequelae of identifying with victims of an airplane crash. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

    • May  1997

      Worldview change and recovery following trauma.

      Inslicht, S. S., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1997, May). Worldview change and recovery following trauma. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

    • May  1997

      Intrusive thought frequency and disturbance in rescue workers.

      Schooler, T. Y., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1997, May). Intrusive thought frequency and disturbance in rescue workers. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

    • May  1997

      Acculturation and stress responses in Chinese students in the USA.

      Wang, T., Dougall, A. L., Delahanty, D. L., & Baum, A. (1997, May). Acculturation and stress responses in Chinese students in the USA. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

    • August  1996

      Duration of stressor and natural killer cell activity.

      Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Browning, L. J., Hyman, K. B., & Baum, A. (1996, August). Duration of stressor and natural killer cell activity. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

    • August  1996

      PTSD and psychosocial sequelae of serious motor vehicle accidents.

      Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., Herberman, H. B., Craig, K. J., Fullerton, C. S., Ursano, R. J., & Baum, A. (1996, August). PTSD and psychosocial sequelae of serious motor vehicle accidents. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

    • August  1996

      Self-blame and stress following trauma.

      Dougall, A. L., Delahanty, D. L., Herberman, H. B., & Baum, A. (1996, August). Self-blame and stress following trauma. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

    • August  1996

      Traumatic stress and world view in rescue workers.

      Inslicht, S. S., Dougall, A. L., Hall, M., & Baum, A. (1996, August). Traumatic stress and world view in rescue workers. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

    • July  1994

      Time course of natural killer cell activity in response to two acute stressors.

      Delahanty, D., Dougall, A. L., Hawken, L., Trakowski, J. H., Schmitz, J., Jenkins, F., & Baum, A. (1994, July).  Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, D.C.

    • July  1994

      Time course of natural killer cell activity in response to two acute stressors.

      Delahanty, D., Dougall, A. L., Hawken, L., Trakowski, J. H., Schmitz, J., Jenkins, F., & Baum, A. (1994, July). Time course of natural killer cell activity in response to two acute stressors. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, D.C.

  • Past
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      Optimism and Threat Appraisal in Lung Cancer Patients.

      Lee, C. M., Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March). Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington Metroplex Day 2009, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
    •  
      Optimism and Threat Appraisal in Lung Cancer Patients.

      Lee, C. M., Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2009, March). Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2009, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Stress-related changes in cellular defense.

      Dougall, A. L. (2011, March).  In D. S. Krantz (Chair), Current directions in stress research: Andy Baum’s legacy. Invited symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, San Antonio, TX.

  • Past
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      Psychological well-being affects quality of life and mortality in oral cancer patients.

      Trevino, L.Lorduy, K., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (2010, March). Poster presented at the UT Metroplex Day 2010, Dallas, TX.

  • Past
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      Influence of expressing pride versus shame and guilt in the face of chronic diseases.

      Swanson, J., Grimm, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2010, March). Poster presented at the UT Metroplex Day 2010, Dallas, TX.

  • Past
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      Influence of expressing pride versusshame and guilt in the face of chronic d

      Swanson, J., Grimm, J., & Dougall, A. L. (2010, March). Influence of expressing pride versus shame and guilt in the face of chronic disease.  Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington ACES 2010, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Interdisciplinary approach to perceived exercise barriers.

      Jenney, C., Swanson, J., Grimm, J., Frame, M., & Dougall, A. L. (2010, April). An Poster presented at the Interdisciplinary Capstone Research Project, University of Texas at Arlington.

  • Past
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      Psychological adjustment outcomes in patients with lung cancer.

      Swanson, J., Kyutoku, Y., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, March). Poster presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Psychological adjustment outcomes in patients with lung cancer.

      Swanson, J., Kyutoku, Y., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, February). Poster presented at the Sixth Annual UTA Psychology Convention, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Satisfaction of primary relationship and psychological adjustment in lung cancer patients.

      Lee, C. M., Swanson, J., Kyutoku, Y., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, March). Poster presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Satisfaction of primary relationship and psychological adjustment in lung cancer patients.

      Lee, C. M., Swanson, J., Kyutoku, Y., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L. (2008, February). Poster presented at the Sixth Annual UTA Psychology Convention, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Psychotherapeutic interventions for cancer patients.

      Thompson, C. D., Dougall, A.L., Muenzler, M., Pospisil, C., Kachlic, L. A., Lorduy, K., Beamon, T., & Baum, A. (2008, October). Psychotherapeutic interventions for cancer patients. Poster presented at the University of Texas at Arlington Research Day 2008, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Chronic stress responding and mental and physical health outcomes.

      Dougall, A. L. (2008, February).  Chronic stress responding and mental and physical health outcomes.  Invited talk presented at the Sixth Annual UTA Psychology Convention, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Why cannot weunderstand each other? Communication between native and non-native English speakers.

      Kyutoku, Y., Bernstein, I.H., Lee, C.M., & Dougall, A.L.  (2008, October). Why cannot we understand each other? Communication between native and non-native English speakers. Poster presented at the University of Texas, Arlington, Research Day Poster Presentation, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.

      Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., Baum, A., Belani, C., & Dougall, A. L.  (2008, March).  Posttraumatic syndromes predict survival in patients with lung cancer.  Poster session presented at the Annual Celebration of Excellence by Students, Arlington, TX.

  • Past
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      Cognitive mechanisms influencing the development of posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence comorbidity.

      Herberman, H. B., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1999, February). Cognitive mechanisms influencing the development of posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence comorbidity. Paper presented at the Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Third Annual Poster Session, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Past
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      Cognitive mechanisms influencing the development of posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence comorbidity.

      Herberman, H. B., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1999, August). Cognitive mechanisms influencing the development of posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol dependence comorbidity. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

  • Past
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      Assessment of characteristics of intrusive thoughts and their impact on distress among victims of traumatic events.

      Dougall, A. L., Craig, K. J., & Baum, A. (1998, February). Assessment of characteristics of intrusive thoughts and their impact on distress among victims of traumatic events. Paper presented at the Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Second Annual Poster Session, Pittsburgh, PA.

  • Past
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      Time perception and psychophysiological sequelae of serious motor vehicle accidents.

      Delahanty, D. L., Herberman, H. B., Dougall, A. L., Fullerton, C. S., Ursano, R. J., & Baum, A. (1997, May). Time perception and psychophysiological sequelae of serious motor vehicle accidents. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Society, Washington, DC.

  • Past
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      Natural killer cell reactivity at different times of day.

      Wang, T., Delahanty, D. L., Dougall, A. L., & Baum, A. (1997, August). Natural killer cell reactivity at different times of day. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

  • Past
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      Optimism and intrusive thoughts following a traumatic stressor.

      Dougall, A. L., Hyman, K. B., & Baum, A. (1996, March). Optimism and intrusive thoughts following a traumatic stressor. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, D.C.

  • Past
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      Optimism as a mediator of traumatic stress.

      Dougall, A. L., Hyman, K. B., Hayward, M. C., McFeeley, S., & Baum, A. (1996, March). Optimism as a mediator of traumatic stress. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, Williamsburg, VA.

  • Past
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      Benevolent world view and stress in rescue workers.

      Hall, M., Dougall, A. L., Inslicht, S. S., & Baum, A. (1996, March). Benevolent world view and stress in rescue workers. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, D.C.

  • Past
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      Evidence for a biphasic response of NK cell activity to stress.

      Delahanty, D., Dougall, A. L., Cohen, L., Jenkins, F., & Baum, A. (1994, June). Evidence for a biphasic response of NK cell activity to stress. Paper presented at the Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Scientific Retreat, Johnstown, PA.

  • Past
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      Stress-Related Consequences of Hurricane Andrew.

      Craig, K. J., Breslin, F. C., Dougall, A. L., Schneiderman, N., & Baum, A. (1993, August). Stress-Related Consequences of Hurricane Andrew. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

  • Past
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      Behavior Modification in the Treatment of Diabetes

      There has been marked increases in the prevalence of Type II Diabetes paralleling increases in obesity and sedentary behavior within the U.S. Additionally, patients experience psychiatric comorbidities, such as depression, that have also been linked with poorer health behaviors. This disturbing trend strongly implicates the role of health behaviors, such as poor nutrition and lack of physical activity in the onset and progression of diabetes. To compound the issue, healthcare providers are tasked with the mounting challenge of treating this disease while simultaneously combating patient nonadherence to medical regimens and lifestyle changes. Despite advancements in technology such as continuous glucose monitoring and increasingly effective prescription drugs, healthcare providers continue to struggle to help their patients’ maintain healthy HbA1C levels due to the need for patients to strictly adhere to regimens as well as successfully modify behaviors outside of the clinic. This presents healthcare providers with the challenge of providing treatment options and therapies in the clinic that patients will successfully follow in the home environment. Behavioral interventions have been effective in helping patients adhere to treatment recommendations. These techniques can be used within the clinic in order to support patients in achieving glycemic control and managing their diabetes.

  • Past
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      Behavior Modification in the Treatment of Diabetes

      There has been marked increases in the prevalence of Type II Diabetes paralleling increases in obesity and sedentary behavior within the U.S. Additionally, patients experience psychiatric comorbidities, such as depression, that have also been linked with poorer health behaviors. This disturbing trend strongly implicates the role of health behaviors, such as poor nutrition and lack of physical activity in the onset and progression of diabetes. To compound the issue, healthcare providers are tasked with the mounting challenge of treating this disease while simultaneously combating patient nonadherence to medical regimens and lifestyle changes. Despite advancements in technology such as continuous glucose monitoring and increasingly effective prescription drugs, healthcare providers continue to struggle to help their patients’ maintain healthy HbA1C levels due to the need for patients to strictly adhere to regimens as well as successfully modify behaviors outside of the clinic. This presents healthcare providers with the challenge of providing treatment options and therapies in the clinic that patients will successfully follow in the home environment. Behavioral interventions have been effective in helping patients adhere to treatment recommendations. These techniques can be used within the clinic in order to support patients in achieving glycemic control and managing their diabetes.

  • Past
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      Gender differences in crowding and equipment use in a university fitness center

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Congestive Heart Failure: Stress and Denial Coping Effects on Quality of Life

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Sexual Function, Self-efficacy, and Perceived Stress in Cancer Patients

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Appraisal of Cancer Diagnosis, Depression, and Sleep in Cancer Patients

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Impact of Stress on Sleep in Cancer Patients

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Gender differences in crowding and equipment use in a university fitness center

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Exercise intensity and energy expenditure of a simulated-sport exergame versus real-world sport

      Poster presentation

  • Past
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      Exercise intensity and energy expenditure of a simulated-sport exergame versus real-world sport.

      Jenney, C. T., McKeown, B. & Dougall, A. L. (2014, February). Exercise intensity and energy expenditure of a simulated-sport exergame versus real-world sport. Poster presented at the Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine 2014 Annual Conference, Fort Worth, TX. Second Place Doctoral Student Poster Presentation Award

  • Past
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      Predicting Victim Vulnerability Using PTS Trajectory Patterns Following the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake.

      Kyutoku, Y., Swanson, J., Umeyama, T., Watanabe, E., Dan, I., & Dougall, A. L. (2013, August) Predicting Victim Vulnerability Using PTS Trajectory Patterns Following the 2011 Tohoku Earthquake. Paper presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Best Poster Award Division 56, Honolulu, HI.

Projects

  • 2013
    • Aug 2013 to Aug 2015 Assessment of Psychosocial Changes among Undergraduates and Peer Leaders in a Service- learning Program

      The purpose of this study is to examine predictors of adoption of service behaviors and the progression of reflective learning over the course of the semester. Students who participate in structured service-learning projects are expected to develop and demonstrate more mastery regarding the application of health psychology in a community setting than students who read articles on health topics and write proposals for service-learning projects.

      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey-Dougall
    • June 2013 to Aug 2014 Effects of Stress and Depression on Adherence to Cholesterol-lowering Treatments and Disease Outcomes
      The current project is a pilot study designed to (1) initiate a new program of research on the effects of stress, depression, and medication adherence on chronic inflammation among patients with high cholesterol, and (2) establish a new collaborative partnership with Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas. 
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
    • Jan 2013 to Aug 2014 Illness Management and Well-being
      This is a pilot project examining stress, health, and adherence among patients with heart failure. It represents a new collaboration with Texas Health Resources Dallas that promises to grow into more projects. 
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
    • Aug 2013 to July 2014 An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of TMJMD

      This application extends an ongoing investigation of the biopsychosocial underpinnings of temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder (TMJMD) by extending previous clinical findings into a more general population and initiating studies to help provide insight into TMJMD biological pathways. (10% effort)

      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Robert J. Gatchel
    • June 2013 to May 2014 A comparison of Academic Partnership Coach-Based Graduate Nursing Students to Traditional Graduate Nursing Students
      This study compares psychosocial (perceived stress and belonging) and academic outcomes between graduate nursing students who completed a required theory course in the traditional class format and those who completed an AP version of the course with access to coaches. Identification of innovative teaching strategies that decrease stress is important among graduate nursing students who are at risk for burnout.(2% effort)
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Ronda Mintz-Binder
  • 2014
    • June 2014 to May 2015 A Longitudinal Comparison of Academic Partnership Coach-Based Graduate Nursing Students to Traditional Graduate Nursing Students

      This study allows for a second wave of data collection one year after a sample of graduate nursing students was previously assessed. It will compare psychosocial (perceived stress and belonging) and academic outcomes between graduate nursing students who completed a required theory course in the traditional class format and those who completed an AP version of the course with access to coaches. Identification of innovative teaching strategies that decrease stress is important among graduate nursing students who are at risk for burnout.

      Role: Co-PI PI: Ronda Mintz-Binder
  • 2012
    • Aug 2012 to July 2013 Managing Type 2 Diabetes with Problem Solving Training
      The current study is a feasibility project to examine whether changes in psychosocial outcomes, (e.g., distress and depressive symptoms, and health-related quality of life) as a result of a personalized, stepped-care psychosocial intervention (delivered through the physician’s clinic) are associated with changes in important physiological mechanisms for metabolic control (HbA1c, interleukin-6 (IL-6), c-reactive protein (CRP), ?’ fibrinogen, and lipoprotein size and number) among adult patients with type 2 diabetes. 
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
  • 2008
    • June 2008 to July 2013 An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of TMJMD
      This application extends an ongoing investigation of the biopsychosocial underpinnings of temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder (TMJMD) by extending previous clinical findings into a more general population and initiating studies to help provide insight into TMJMD biological pathways. (10% Effort)
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Robert J. Gatchel
    • Sept 2008 to Dec 2010 Stress, Health, Exercise, and Performance (SHEP) Study
      This project seeks to determine the barriers and benefits to physical activity and use of the Maverick Activities Center that are amenable to intervention among college Freshman and incoming Transfer students. It also examines the relationships among physical activity level, stress levels, perceived health, and academic and work performance.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
  • 2011
    • June 2011 to Dec 2012 Response of gamma delta T-cells to acute psychological stress
      This project investigates the response of a special subclass of T-cells, gamma delta T-cells, to acute psychological stress as well as the interrelationships among changes in these cells and other immune and neuroendocrine markers.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
    • Aug 2011 to May 2012 News Media Exposure and Habituation to Violent Media
      This study is designed to investigate relationships between exposure to news media and the levels of habituation that individuals present to exposure to violent media based on the threat they experience from a news media topic.
      Role: Co-PI PI: Jeffrey Swanson
    • Aug 2011 to May 2012 Exergame Use as a Gateway to the Adoption of the Adherence to Sport-Specific and General Physical Activity
      This study is designed to examine the relationships between the use of physically active video games (exergames) and the adoption or maintenance of a regular exercise regimen in mostly sedentary college students. It also serves to test the efficacy and feasibility of a prospective intervention to modify physical activity involving the use of exergames.
      Role: Co-PI PI: Colin Jenney
  • 2009
    • Oct 2009 to Oct 2010 Adjustment to College Life
      This project seeks to assess positive and negative aspects of adjustment to college life. It examines what variables serve as moderators between resilience an academic stress in a sample of college students from the University of Texas at Arlington.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Jessica Grimm
  • 2006
    • Sept 2006 to Aug 2009 Brief Psychosocial Intervention for Head and Neck Cancer
      This research evaluates both adverse and positive effects of cancer diagnosis and treatment on patients and families and is developing an intervention to improve quality of life and decrease negative outcomes. (@7% effort)
      Role: Other PI: Donna Posluszney
  • 2003
    • July 2003 to June 2009 Research Education in Disaster Mental Health: Mentoring Program
      The broad goal of the project is to increase the quality and utility of disaster mental health research by informing, instructing, advising, and mentoring disaster researchers.
      Role: Other PI: Fran Norris
  • 2007
    • June 2007 to Aug 2008 Center for Biobehavioral Research: Individual Interventions for Breast Cancer Patients
      This project was part of the Biobehavioral Center and represented the subcontract that focused on psychotherapeutic interventions for early and late-stage breast cancer patients.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Andrew Baum
    • Apr 2007 to Aug 2008 Adjustment to Lung Cancer
      This research extends previous research examining the manifestations, determinants, and health outcomes of negative and positive responses to lung cancer by adding closer examination of specific mechanisms such self-blame and guilt and chronic inflammation.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
  • 2001
    • Sept 2001 to Aug 2008 Center for Biobehavioral Research and Breast Cancer
      This research project focused on managing clinical activities and relationships with the Comprehensive Breast Cancer Center and referring Physicians at Magee Women's Hospital and the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. This included increasing the recruitment of patients onto research projects as well as improving communication among settings in an effort to better inform medical staff of available resources to patients.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Andrew Baum
    • Sept 2001 to Aug 2006 An Intervention to Improve End-of-Life Symptom Distress
      This study will test the efficacy of an acupuncture intervention in reducing psychological distress and physical symptom severity and examine acupuncture's role in regulating stress responses associated with hypothalamic-pituitary axis (HPA) activity.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Ellen Redinbaugh
  • 2004
    • Aug 2004 to July 2006 Adjustment to Lung Cancer
      This research evaluates a model of the manifestations, determinants, and health outcomes of negative and positive responses to lung cancer by expanding the sample size of the former project.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougal
    • Aug 2004 to July 2006 A Pilot Study of a Spiritually-focused Intervention
      This proposed study will address the role of spirituality as a foundation for coping among people diagnosed with metastatic melanoma by conducting a randomized clinical trial that will evaluate the efficacy of a spiritually-focused therapy intervention and by providing data that will describe changes in spiritual coping and spiritual/existential well-being in this population across a six month period.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Brenda Cole
  • 2000
    • Oct 2000 to Sept 2002 Adjustment to Lung Cancer
      This research evaluates a model of the manifestations, determinants, and health coutomes of negative and positive responses to lung cancer.
      Role: Principal Investigator PI: Angela Liegey Dougall
  • 1995
    • Sept 1995 to Aug 2001 Stress and Mental Health Effects of Petrochemical Disaster
      This is a comprehensive research project designed to study short- and long-term stress and mental health effects of petrochemical disasters.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Andrew Baum
    • Sept 1995 to Aug 2001 Stress Among Emergency Workers After an Air Disaster
      This is a comprehensive research project designed to study short- and long-term stress and mental health effects of an air disaster.
      Role: Coinvestigator PI: Andrew Baum

Support & Funding

This data is entered manually by the author of the profile and may duplicate data in the Sponsored Projects section.
    • June 2013 to Aug 2014 Effects of Stress and Depression on Adherence to Cholesterol-lowering Treatments and Disease Outcomes sponsored by  - $9805
    • Aug 2013 to July 2014 An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of TMJMD sponsored by  - $43394
    • June 2013 to May 2014 A comparison of Academic Partnership Coach-Based Graduate Nursing Students to Traditional Graduate Nursing Students sponsored by  - $9977
    • June 2008 to July 2013 An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of TMJMD sponsored by  - $4058082
    • June 2007 to Aug 2008 Center for Biobehavioral Research: Individual Interventions for Breast Cancer Patients sponsored by  - $164391
    • Apr 2007 to Aug 2008 Adjustment to Lung Cancer sponsored by  - $64240

Students Supervised

Collaborators

Courses

      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 5405-001 ADVANCED STATISTICS I

        The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 5405-002 ADVANCED STATISTICS I

        The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HEED 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HEED 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3331-064 PSYCHOLOGY COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING

        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 3331. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 3331-016 PSYCHOLOGY COMMUNITY SERVICE LEARNING

        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 3331. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HEED 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 5405-001 ADVANCED STATISTICS I

        The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 5405-002 ADVANCED STATISTICS I

        The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 3331-016 SERVICE LEARNING

        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 3331. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3331-064 SERVICE LEARNING

        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 3331. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        BIOL/HEED/PSYC4357- Health Psychology 3 hours credit
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        BIOL/HEED/PSYC4357- Health Psychology 3 hours credit
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HEED 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        BIOL/HEED/PSYC4357- Health Psychology 3 hours credit
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 3331-016 SERVICE LEARNING

        BIOL 3331-064/ PSYC 3331-016- Peer Leaders in Health Psychology Service-Learning 3 hours credit
        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 3331. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3331-064 SERVICE LEARNING

        BIOL 3331-064/ PSYC 3331-016- Peer Leaders in Health Psychology Service-Learning 3 hours credit
        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 3331. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 5405-001 ADVANCED STATISTICS I

        Description of Course Content: PSYC5405- ADVANCED STATISTICS I  4 hours credit
        The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        Description of Course Content: BIOL/HEED/PSYC4357- Health Psychology 3 hours credit
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        Description of Course Content: BIOL/HEED/PSYC4357- Health Psychology 3 hours credit
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HEED 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        Description of Course Content: BIOL/HEED/PSYC4357- Health Psychology 3 hours credit
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • HEED 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 3331-016 SERVICE LEARNING

        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 4361. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3331-064 SERVICE LEARNING

        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 4361. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 Health Psychology

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and PSYC 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • BIOL 3331-064 Biol 3331-064

        Peer Leaders in Health Psychology Service-Learning (BIOL 3321-064/PSYC 4361-016): This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 4361. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2014 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 Psyc 4357-001

        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and KINE 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4361-016 Peer Leaders in Health Psychology Service-Learning

        BIOL 3331-064/ PSYC 4361-016- Peer Leaders in Health Psychology Service-Learning 3 hours credit
        This course provides learning through service as a peer leader in a larger health psychology service-learning project. Students engage in classroom activities, assignments, and discussions and in addition, integrate course content and learning outcomes with genuine community needs or issues. Collaborations with the community result in relationship building and partnerships through intentional, structured service experiences. Students are required to analyze and evaluate these experiences by engaging in reflective activities, such as discussion and journaling. This process of structured service and learning in the community promote a sense of civic responsibility and commitment to others. Students commit to serve weekly time agreed upon by student, faculty, and community agency. Offered as BIOL 3331 and PSYC 4361. Prerequisite: BIOL/HEED/PSYC 4357.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 5405-001 Advanced Statistics I

        Description of Course Content: PSYC5405- ADVANCED STATISTICS I  4 hours credit
        The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus Contact info & Office Hours
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and KINE 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2013 Download Syllabus
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
        This course provides a broad introduction to health psychology and its interface with the medical world. The course provides a balanced presentation of the important issues in the field, as well as specific content topics that are especially relevant today to better understand health and illness. Offered as BIOL 4357, HEED 4357, and KINE 4357. Students seeking science requirement credit must enroll in BIOL 4357; students seeking Certification in Health must enroll in HEED 4357. Prerequisite: PSYC 1315 or BIOL 1333 or BIOL 1441 or BIOL 2457; junior standing recommended.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • PSYC 5405-001 ADVANCED STATISTICS I
        PSYC5405- ADVANCED STATISTICS I 4 hours credit The course offers an in-depth practical and conceptual approach to fundamental descriptive and inferential statistics used in psychological research.
        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2012 Download Syllabus
      • PSYC 4357-001 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
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      • PSYC 6300-001 Social Seminar
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      • PSYC 5405-001 ADVANCED STATISTICS I
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      • PSYC 5405-001 ADVANCED STATISTICS I
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Other Teaching Activities

  • 2014
    • Dissertation Committee Chair
      • Aug 2014 Assessment of performance and individual experience during group exercise

        Colin Jenney

    • Dissertation Committee Member
      • Feb 2014 Cultivating an attitude of gratitude: The effects of a gratitude intervention on well-being and aggression

        Anna E. Park

    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • July 2014 An examination of the relationships between scale length, label format, reliability, and validity

        Tyler Hamby

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2014 The effects of the COMT gene the relationship between peer victimization on health problems, depression, and stress reactivity

        Erin Q. Boyd

      • 2014 The prevalence and responsiveness of head injuries in a chronic disabling occupational musculoskeletal disorder population

        Evan McKenna Bradford

  • 2013
    • Dissertation Committee Chair
      • 2013 “Who is the fairest of them all: The development and validation of the just leader measure

        Heather Graham

      • 2013 Predictors of adjustment to September 11th, 2001 and the anthrax attacks

        Jeffrey Swanson

    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • 2013 An examination of the validity of the Central Sensitization Inventory wit chronic disabling occupational musculoskeletal disorders.

        Yunhee Choi

      • 2013 What are the long-term consequences of being bullied? Changes in biological functioning and its effects on psychological and physical health

        Priya Iyer

      • 2013 Investigating intra-island translocation as a conservation strategy for the Turks and Caicos Iguana: The impact of homing and stress

        Tarren K. Wagener

      • 2013 Repeated decision-making across modality for situations high and low in affect

        Patrick A. Ramirez, Jr.

    • Chair of Master's Thesis Committee
      • 2013 Examining the effects of health behaviors and emotions on care seeking and avoidant care seeking behaviors in older adults

        Hollie Pellosmaa

      • 2013 Impact of recurrence on prostate cancer survivors

        Gabriela Blaskovicova Orsak

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2013 Biological aging and peer victimization: the role of social support in telomere length

        Maria E. Guarneri-White

      • 2013 The role of peer victimization in adolescent immune functioning

        Allyson Arana

      • 2013 Masticatory performance in those with temporomandibular joint and muscle disorder

        Celeste Sanders

  • 2011
    • Dissertation Committee Chair
      • 2011 Evaluation of a randomized clinical trial of a psychoeducational intervention on long-term quality of life, negative affect, progression and survival in head and neck cancer patients

        Lara Trevino

      • 2011 Examining the role of need for closure in psychological distress following genetic testing

        Ifeoluwa Togun

    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • 2011 Openness to experience, strength of sense of self, and cognitive dissonance in a counter-attitudinal advocacy paradigm

        Wen Cheng

      • 2011 Not just a playground issue: Bullying among older adults and the effects on their physical health

        Madeline Rex-Lear

      • 2011 An experimental test of the extended contact hypothesis: its boundary conditions and psychological processes

        Patricia Lyons

      • 2011 Testing the effects of civility and rationality during political contact

        Jason Popan

      • 2011 Sex, drugs, and work: The associations of personality characteristics, risky sex, substance use, and work behavior for young adult restaurant workers

        Robyn D. Petree

      • 2011 What about blog? Problematic internet use and personality in bloggers

        Kathryn Hyde Rollings

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2011 Creating and studying “instant enemies” and “instant allies” in same-sex dyadic interactions

        Anna Park

      • 2011 The key to successful formal mentoring relationships

        Belinda Smith

      • 2011 Generations: The dividing line between leadership types

        Alysia Bransford

      • 2011 Modeling work retention in chronic disabling occupational disorders: The role of pre-treatment and post-treatment risk factors

        Emily Brede

      • 2011 Verbal behavior of mice and men: Preference for multiple schedules of reinforcement as an indicator of the evolution of verbal behavior

        Adrianne Lewis

      • 2011 Acute stress and immune cell metabolism

        Kara Lorduy

  • 2008
    • Dissertation Committee Chair
      • 2008 The effect of japanese-accented english on native english speakers' listening comprehension

        Yasushi Kyutoku

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2008 Ageism and the contact hypothesis: The effects of work-related and non work-related contact on age-related stereotypes

        Katherine Sullivan

      • 2008 Risk factors for functional restoration non-completion

        Krista Howard

      • 2008 U.S. citizens’ attitudes toward immigrants as predicted by group narcissism and U.S. social identity

        Patricia A. Lyons

      • 2008 Organizational justice and stress: An investigation of the justice salience hierarchy using the four factor model

        Heather E. Graham

  • 2012
    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • 2012 The effects of an early intervention program on physical symptoms in a TMD population

        Kara Jenkins Lorduy

      • 2012 Facilitation of surgical decisions within a functional restoration program for chronic disabling occupational musculoskeletal disorders

        Emily Brede

      • 2012 Identifying associative memory deficits and neurobiological correlates of encoding and performance in a national sample of veterans with gulf war illness using magnetic resonance imaging

        Crystal M. Cooper Cortes

      • 2012 Characterizing and predicting growth in reading skills in children with developmental dyslexia through functional neuroimaging

        Emily Farris

      • 2012 Development of gist processing skills and memory in children and young adults: effects of presentation type in a modified DRM paradigm

        Haylie Miller

      • 2012 The impact of an intensive physical exercise program (IPE) on mental processing speed and postural control in older adults

        John Biggan

    • Chair of Master's Thesis Committee
      • 2012 The effect of analgesic use on pain, symptom distress, and quality of life of lung cancer patients: The need for biopsychosocial approaches to cancer pain management

        Mayanja Kajumba

      • 2012 Exergame use as a gateway to the adoption of and adherence to sport- specific and general physical activity

        Colin Jenney

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2012 Does fibromyalgia resolve with functional restoration treatment in chronic disabling occupational musculoskeletal disorders? Prevalence and treatment responsiveness

        Meredith M. Hartzell

      • 2012 The role of depressive symptoms and illness beliefs on adherence in congestive heart failure (CHF) patients

        Gabriela Blaskovicova

      • 2012 Bullying, victimization, depression, and substance use: Sex as a possible complicating factor

        Michael Natishyn

      • 2012 Physical symptoms in patients with acute TMD: The influence of emotional distress

        Kara Jenkins Lorduy

      • 2012 Perceived fairness of the use of Facebook in the selection process

        Donielle A. Gustafson

  • 2010
    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • 2010 Prevalence, risk factors and treatment outcomes for various musculoskeletal injury sites associated with the development of chronic occupational disability

        Krista J. Howard

      • 2010 Attitudes and intentional markers for behavioral change in smokers: Examining the effects of intention on behavior change

        Michael S. Culwell

      • 2010 Examining responses to theological affiliation and disaffiliation: Boundary conditions and causal processes

        Melisa A. Holovics

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2010 Are some bullied adolescents more susceptible to depression?

        Priya A. Iyer

  • 2009
    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • 2009 Gender differences in science doctoral candidates’ mental models regarding intent to pursue an academic career

        Collette Jacquot

      • 2009 Cost-effectiveness of early versus delayed rehabilitation for chronic disabling occupational musculoskeletal disorders"

        Brian Theodore

      • 2009 Influence of peer victimization and social support on cortisol production

        Jennifer M. Knack

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2009 The influence of knowledge acquired at study on younger and older adults’ source memory

        Crystal M. Cooper

      • 2009 Human preference for facial symmetry in dogs (Canine familiaris)

        Deborah McArthur

      • 2009 Examining the effects of early life stress from maternal separation on measures of pain and anxiety

        Megan Uhelski

      • 2009 Stigma by association: Examination of the relationship between objective justification and prior attitudes

        Theresa Moehrle

      • 2009 Does chronic victimization lead to a rejection attribution bias?

        Haylie L. Gomez

  • 2007
    • Disseertation Committee Member
      • 2007 Minimum clinical important differences of health outcomes in a chronic pain population: Are they predictive of poor outcomes?

        Hilary Wilson

    • MS Thesis Committee Member
      • 2007 Chronic widespread pain in patients with occupational spinal disorders: Prevalence, psychiatric comorbidity, and association with 1-year treatment outcomes

        Ben Towns

Service to the Community

  • Volunteered
    • Oct 2010 to  Oct 2010 Sally Ride Science Festival Discovery Wrokshop

      Liegey Dougall Angela J. & Perrotti, Linda I. Sally Ride Science Festival. Discovery workshop for students at UT Arlington’s Sally Ride Science Festival “OMG your brain and body instant message!”

    • May 2009 to  May 2009 Career Day Speaker

      Volunteered as a Career Day Speaker at Roberta Tipps Elementary, Mansfield, Texas

Service to the Profession

  • Appointed
    • May 2012 to  June 2013 Early Career Reviewer Program at NIH

      I was selected into the Early Career Reviewer Program at the National Insititutes of Health for 2012-2013, Social Psychology, Personality and Interpersonal Processes (SPIP) Section

    • Nov 2013 to  Dec 2013 Book Chapter Reviewer

      Served as a reviewer for the American College of Sports Medicine Resources for the Health Fitness Specialist Manual.

    • Nov 2013 to  Present Editorial Board

      Member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of Applied Social Psychology.

    • Jan 2014 to  Present Editorial Board

      Currently serving on the editorial board of Stress & Health.

    • Feb 2015 to  Present Editorial Board

      Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research

    • June 2013 to  July 2013 NIH Reviewer

      Special Emphasis Panel: Risk, Prevention and Health Behavior: Early Career Reviewer

    • Dec 2015 to  Present NIH Reviewer

      Mechanisms of Emotion, Stress and Health Study Section {MESH}:Reviewer

  • Elected
    • Aug 2006 to  Present Ad Hoc Review

      I review 1-5 total manuscripts for publication every month with a mode of 3 for the following journals:

      American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine

      British Medical Journal Online

      International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health

      Journal of Applied Biobehavioral Research

      Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology

      Journal of Traumatic Stress

      Pain Practice

      PLOS One

      Psychological Bulletin

      Psychoneuroendocrinology

      Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology

      Swiss Journal of Psychology

Service to the University

  • Appointed
    • Jan 2013 to  Present Advisory Committee/REP Committee

      Served on Advisory Committee/REP Committee

    • Jan 2013 to  Present Graduate Studies Committee

      Served on Graduate Studies Committee

    • July 2007 to  Present Advisory Board

      I serve on the Advisory Board for the Center of Excellence for the Study of Health and Chronic Illnesses 

    • Aug 2006 to  Present Graduate Student Admissions Committee

      Served on Graduate Student Admissions Committee

    • Jan 2012 to  Jan 2012 Ad-hoc resource for DS-PRO System revisions

      Contacted to advise on the DS-PRO System revisions

    • Oct 2011 to  Oct 2011 Reviewer for IRB Policy for Handbook of Operating Procedures

      Served as a reviewer for the IRB Policy for Handbook of Operating Procedures.

    • Apr 2007 to  Dec 2007 Ad-hoc resource for UT Arlington IRB reorganization

      Served as a Ad-hoc resource for UT Arlington IRB reorganization.

    • Sept 2008 to  Present Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

      I currently serve on Undergraduate Cirriculum Committee.

    • Jan 2012 to  Present Graduate Statistics Certificate Program Committee

      I currently serve on the Graduate Statistics Certificate Program Committee.

    • 2011 to  2012 Faculty Job Search Committee

      Served on the Faculaty Job Search Committee for a Health Psychology faculty member.

    • 2010 to  2011 Faculty Job Search Committee

      Served on the Faculty Job Search Committee for a Quantitative Psychology faculty member.

    • 2007 to  2008 Faculty Job Search Committee

      Served on the Faculty Job Search Committee for Cognitive Psychology, Health Psychology, or Cognitive Neuroscience faculty members.

    • Aug 2014 to  Present Undergraduate Assembly Committee

      Currently serving on the Undergraduate Assembly Committee

    • Feb 2015 to  Jan 2016 UT Arlington Program Review T

      Serving on UT Arlington Program Review Team

    • Feb 2015 to  Present Psychology Chair Search

      Serving on the Psychology Chair Search

  • Volunteered
    • May 2014 to  Present Faculty Advisor

      Society of Community Leaders and Future Doctors

  • Other
    • May 2014 to  Aug 2014 Faculty Mentor

      I-Engage Mentoring Program, Summer 2014: Colin Jenney, MS and Amanda Moorefield

    • May 2014 to  Aug 2014 Faculty Mentor

      I-Engage Mentoring Program, Summer 2014: Hollie Pellosmaa, MS and Jason Wilkes

Other Service Activities

  • Uncategorized
    • Oct 2013 Awards and Honors

      2012-2013 Faculty Fellow for Service-Learning, The University of Texas at Arlington, Center for Community Service Learning

      2012 Outstanding Teaching Award, The University of Texas at Arlington, College of Science

      2012 Nominated for UT Arlington Faculty Service-Learning Award (by Psychology Faculty)

      2011 Nominated for UT Arlington Faculty Service-Learning Award (by Donielle Smith in Health Services)