|PhD: ||Psychology; Stony Brook University|
|Research Interests: ||My research interests involve employing social psychological theories to investigate adaptation to chronic illness, stress and coping, and the promotion of health behaviors.|
SDM Course Director, Behavioral Interactions
SOM Course Facilitator, Foundations of Medical Practice
|Current Publications: |
Cannella, D. T. L., Lobel, M., Glass, P., Lokshina I., & Graham, G. E., (2007). Factors associated with depressed mood in chronic pain patients: The role of intrapersonal coping resources. Journal of Pain, 8, 256-262.
Lobel, M., Hamilton, J., & Cannella, D.L. (2008). Psychosocial Perspectives on Pregnancy: Prenatal Maternal Stress and Coping. Compass, 2, 1600-1623.
Lobel, M., Hamilton, DT, Graham, JE, DeVincent, C. Schneider, J., & Meyer, B.A. (2008). Pregnancy-specific stress, prenatal health behaviors and birth outcomes. Health Psychology, 27, 604-615.
Waldman, HB, Perlman, SP, & Cannella, DL, (2009). Suicide and People with Disabilities. Exceptional Parent Magazine, 39, 44-46.
Waldman, HB, Cannella, DL, (2009). Invisible and Unseen Disabilities. Exceptional Parent Magazine, 41, 84-86.Waldman, HB, Cannella, DL, (2009). Keeping Current with the Evolving Makeup of the NY State Population. New York State Dental Journal, 75, 6, 56-58
|Consultations & Appointments: ||631-632-3953|