Loyola University Maryland


Andrew Futterman, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology
Loyola University in Maryland

Office: BE 214
Email: afutterman@loyola.edu


B.A. Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.
Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology/Aging and Development), Washington University, St. Louis, MO.
Pre-doctoral internship (Clinical Psychology and Aging), Hutchings Psychiatric Center, Syracuse, NY
Post-doctoral fellowship, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA., Division of Clinical Pharmacology.
Post-doctoral fellowship, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA., Department of Endocrinology, Gerontology, and Metabolism.

Scholarly Interests

Assessment depression in later life, response to late-life spousal loss, religious involvement in later life

Selected Grants

Principal Investigator, National Institute of Aging/ National Institutes of Health, Grant #AG11438-01, "Religiosity, social support, and response to stress in later life"
Representative publications:
Holland, J.M., Futterman, A., Thompson, L.W., Moran, C., and Gallagher-Thompson, D. (2013). Difficulties accepting the loss of a spouse: A precursor for intensified grieving among widowed older adults. Death Studies.
Futterman, A., Holland, J.M., Brown, P.J., Thompson, L.W., and Gallagher-Thompson, D. (2010). Factorial validity of the Texas Revised Inventory of Grief – Present Scale among bereaved older adults. Psychological Assessment, 22, 675-687.

Course Offerings

PY 291 Research Methods
PY 418 Psychodiagnosis
PY 418 Psychology, Aging, and Health
PY 420 Psychology, Religion, and Aging

Tori Kovelman

Tori Kovelman

Tori credits Loyola for developing her as a leader, advocate, and change agent for her students, school, and the system