411 West Chapel Hill St, Suite 600, Durham, NC 27701
Dept of Psychiatry, Box 102505, Durham, NC 27701
I am a behavioral health researcher with a background in Clinical Psychology and Experimental Psychology. My research interests include broad processes of behavior change and self-regulation as well as psychometric measurement and research methods/statistics. My specific research endeavors include 1) the measurement and behavior change applicability of constructs related to self-control, 2) measurement and interventions to improve self-regulatory health behaviors including medication adherence and substance use, and 3) measure development and psychometrics as related to self-reported and patient-reported outcomes.
The Personality Assessment Inventory Alcohol Scale in Veterans With PTSD: Convergent and Discriminant Relations With the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test.
Barriers and facilitators to implementation of epilepsy self-management programs: a systematic review using qualitative evidence synthesis methods.
Hematologic findings in a large sample of patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
Content Validity and Reliability of a Self-Report Measure of Medication Nonadherence in Hepatitis C Treatment.
Self-management of Epilepsy: A Systematic Review.
Telehealth Treatment for Alcohol Misuse: Reviewing Telehealth Approaches to Increase Engagement and Reduce Risk of Alcohol-Related Hypertension.
Co-occurring reasons for medication nonadherence within subgroups of patients with hyperlipidemia.
Self-reported medication nonadherence predicts cholesterol levels over time.
A cultural adaptation and validation study of a self-report measure of the extent of and reasons for medication nonadherence among patients with diabetes in Singapore.
The role of psychological science in efforts to improve cardiovascular medication adherence.
Acceptance and psychological change at the higher levels of care: A naturalistic outcome study.
Medical findings in 1,026 consecutive adult inpatient-residential eating disordered patients.
Personality strengths in romantic relationships: Measuring perceptions of benefits and costs and their impact on personal and relational well-being.
The new landscape of medication adherence improvement: where population health science meets precision medicine.
Academic achievement at the cost of ambition: The mixed results of a supportive, interactive environment on socially anxious teenagersRead Full Text
Attachment style and self-regulation: How our patterns in relationships reflect broader motivational stylesRead Full Text