Affiliate Professor of Psychology
Director of Program Operations
Office: Beatty Hall, Room 220B
- B.A. (Applied Psychology, Magna Cum Laude), University of Baltimore, 1999
- M.S. (Applied Psychology), University of Baltimore, 2002
My primary research and clinical interests are in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and stress management.
Lating, J.M., Sherman, M.F., & Peragine, T. F. (2006). PTSD reactions and coping responses
of American Airlines flight attendants who were former employees of Trans World
Airlines: Further support of a psychological contagion effect. Brief Treatment and Crisis
Intervention, 6(2), 144-153.
Lating, J. M., Sherman, M F., Everly, G., Lowry, J. L., & Peragine, T. F. (2004). PTSD reactions
and coping responses of east coast and west coast American Airlines flight attendants
after September 11: A possible psychological contagion effect? Journal of Nervous &
Mental Disease, 192(12), 876-879.
Lating, J. M., Sherman, M. F., Everly, G. S., Lowry, J. L., & Peragine, T. F. (2004). PTSD
reactions and functioning of American Airlines flight attendants in the wake of
September 11. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 192(6), 435-441.
Lating, J. M., Everly, G. S. Jr., Peragine, T. F., Neel, M. L., Glick, N. P., & Sherman, M.F.
(2003). Biofeedback-assisted relaxation as part of preincident stress-management
training within a model of comprehensive crisis intervention: A pilot study. Brief
Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 3, 437-443.
PY101D: Introduction to Psychology
D indicates Course Meets Criteria for Diversity Course Requirement