Professor of Psychology
Office: BE 210
- B.A., (Psychology), Swarthmore College
- M.S., (Clinical Psychology), University of Georgia
- Ph.D. (Clinical Psychology), University of Georgia
- Pre-doctoral Internship, Homewood Hospital Center
- Post-doctoral, The Johns Hopkins Hospital
- Licensed Psychologist in Maryland
My primary research and clinical interests are in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), coronary-prone risk factors and behavioral medicine.
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(2), 47-54.
McCabe, O. L., Semon, N. L., Lating, J. M., Everly Jr, G. S., Perry, C. J.,
Moore, S. S., ... & Links, J. M. (2014). An academic-government-faith
partnership to build disaster mental health preparedness and
community resilience. Public Health Reports, 129(Suppl 4), 96.
Dornfeld, M. D., Green-Hennessy, S., Lating, J., & Kirkhart, M. (2012). Student
ratings of selection factors for PsyD programs. Journal of Clinical
Psychology, 68(3), 279-291.
Everly Jr, G. S., & Lating, J. M. (2012). A clinical guide to the treatment of
the human stress response. Springer Science & Business Media.
Seebach, C. L., Kirkhart, M., Lating, J. M., Wegener, S. T., Song, Y., Riley, L. H.,
& Archer, K. R. (2012). Examining the role of positive and negative affect
in recovery from spine surgery. Pain, 153(3), 518-525.
PY 101 Introduction to Psychology
PY 261: Health Psychology
PY 325: Controlling Stress & Tension