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Loyola Psychology Faculty Publications

At Loyola University Maryland we pride ourselves on the education we provide in the classroom—often speaking to the Jesuit difference, strong program and University rankings, and student experience. However, Loyola's psychology faculty are not only accomplished educators, but also accomplished writers, editors, and researchers. Below is a small sample of the great work that Loyola psychology faculty have completed outside of the classroom.

A Clinical Guide to the Treatment of the Human Stress Response 
Jeffrey Lating, Ph.D.
Designed for students and practitioners alike, this volume serve as a useful introduction to the psychophysiologic nature of the human stress response, as well as a practical clinical resource for anyone interested in managing or treating excessive stress. The newest edition emphasizes the unique contribution of this longstanding text in the integration of mind/body relationships.

Flashbulb memories: New challenges and future perspectives
Marianna Carlucci, Ph.D.
Flashbulb Memories: New Challenges and Future Perspectives revisits questions surrounding the formation and retention of "Flashbulb memories." Memories defined as those that are highly detailed, or exceptionally vivid 'snapshot' moments and circumstances. Featuring leading international researchers, the book presents significant progress in this area of research, which has remained divisive for the past 40 years. 

Treating Internalizing Disorders in Children and Adolescents: Core Techniques and Strategies
Rachel Grover, Ph.D.
Rachel's text identifies 13 distinct techniques and strategies for child and adolescent mood and anxiety disorders, providing theoretical rationales, step-by-step implementation guidelines, and rich clinical examples.

Emerging Adults' Religiousness and Spirituality: Meaning-Making in an Age of Transition
Carolyn Barry, Ph.D.
Edited by Carolyn McNamara Barry, Ph.D. and Mona M. Abo-Zena, Ph.D., Emerging Adults' Religiousness and Spirituality, seeks to understand how the developmental process of meaning-making encompasses religiousness and spirituality in an emerging adults life. Taking a look at how both play a central role in the psychology of human development.

The Oxford Handbook of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Sleep and Behavior
Amy Wolfson, Ph.D.
Edited by Amy Wolfson and Hawley Montgomery-Downs, and written by international experts, The Oxford Handbook of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Sleep and Behavior is a comprehensive review of current research and clinical developments in normal and disordered sleep from infancy through emerging adulthood. 

Madeline Valentine


Madeline’s relationships with incredible faculty and mentors inspired her passion for research

Biology, Psychology