Loyola University Maryland

Psychology

Mary Jo Coiro, Ph.D.

Mary Jo CoiroAssistant Professor of Psychology

Office: Beatty Hall, Room 221F
Telephone: 410-617-1217
Email: MCoiro@loyola.edu

Education:

  • B.A. (Psychology), College of William and Mary
  • M.A. (Human Development), Bryn Mawr College
  • Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), University of Virginia
  • Pre-doctoral Internship, Department of Pediatrics,
    Georgetown University Medical Center
  • Licensed Psychologist in Maryland

Scholarly Interests:

Scholarly interests include interprofessional education for graduate students; effects of maternal depression on children’s mental health and the family environment; risk and protective factors (particularly parenting styles) in the development of child psychopathology; policy issues affecting children; stress and coping among college students.

Representative Publications:

Bettis, A., Coiro, M. J., England, J., Murphy, L. K., Zelkowitz, R. L., Dejardins, L., Eskridge, R., Hieber, L. L., Yarboi, J., Pardo, D., & Compas, B. E. (in press). Comparison oftwo approaches to prevention of mental health problems in college students: Enhancing coping and executive function skills. Journal of American College Health.

Coiro, M. J., Bettis, A. H., & Compas, B. E. (2017). College students coping with interpersonal stress: Examining a control-based model of coping. Journal of American College Health. 

Coiro, M. J., Kotchick, B. A., & Preis, J. (2016). Youth socials skills groups: A training platform for promoting graduate clinician interprofessional competence.  Journal of Interprofessional Education and Practice, 4, 89-92.

Coiro, M. J., Thomas, A., M., & Lating, J. M.  (2014). Assessing and increasing graduate students’ use of reflective practices:  An empirical study.  Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, 3, 47-54.

Coiro, M. J., Riley, A. W., Broitman, B., & Miranda, J. (2012).  Effects on children of treating their mothers' depression: Results of a 12-month follow-up.  Psychiatric Services, 63, 357-363.

Lloyd, K., Higginson, C., Lating, J., & Coiro, M. J.  (2012). Test order effects: A measure of verbal memory influences performance on a measure of verbal fluency.  Applied Neuropsychology, 19, 1-6.

Course Offerings:

PY 600: Assessment and Appraisal

PY603: Intellectual and Objective Personality Assessment

PY925: Clinical Applications-Assessment