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CURRICULUM VITAE
of
MITZI M. SCHUMACHER
December, 2010
Department of Behavioral Science
College of Medicine Office Building
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40536-0086
Telephone: 859.323.6075
E-MAIL [email protected]
PREVIOUS AND CURRENT POSITIONS
1989-1994
Assistant Professor, Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, with a joint
appointment in the Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky, Lexington,
Kentucky.
1989-1996
Associate, Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky,
Lexington, Kentucky.
1994-2003
Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine,
with a joint appointment in the Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky,
Lexington, Kentucky.
2003-Present
Professor, Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, with a joint
appointment in the Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky, Lexington,
Kentucky
1997- Present Faculty, Ph.D. in Gerontology Program Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, College of
Medicine, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky.
EDUCATION
1976-1977
University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA
1978-1980
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
1980-1981
B.A.
University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
Major: Psychology
1982-1986
M.A.
Ph.D.
Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Social Psychology, 1984
Social Psychology, 1986
Minor Areas: Quantitative & Cognitive Psychology
GRANT ACTIVITY
1988
Principal Investigator, Volunteers and Caregivers: Collaborating for Respite Care.
Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, Lexington/Bluegrass Chapter,
$3767.93 Direct Costs.
1989-1994
Faculty, Research Training in Medical Behavioral Science, NIMH Training Grant,
$540,418 Direct Costs.
1991-1994
Co-Investigator (20% effort), Residency Training in Primary Care Internal Medicine.
DHHS Training Grant, $401,467 Direct Costs.
1991-1996
Principal Investigator (50% effort), Age Differences in Decision Making Performance.
NIH/NIA, $327,106 Direct Costs.
1997-1999
Co-Investigator (10% effort), Equipping Medical Students to Manage Chronic Pain.
HRSA, $197,860 Direct Costs.
1998-1999
Co-Principle Investigator, Caregiver’s Decisions for Alzheimer’s Patients. ADRC/NIA
(Pilot from Program Project Grant), $9,025 Direct Costs.
1998-2000
Investigator (5% effort), Seeking a Diagnosis of Alzheimer’s: Supports and Barriers.
Alzheimer’s Association, $109,922 Direct Costs.
2000-2004
Faculty (15% effort), Research Training in Medical Behavioral Science. NIH/MIMH,
$1,047,071 Direct Costs.
2002-2005
Project Evaluator (10% effort), DEM: Girls in Science, NSF, $899,084 Direct Costs.
2002-2010
Evaluator (10% effort), Girls in Drug Abuse Science, SEDAPA/NIH, $1,000,000 Direct
Costs.
2005-2006
Principle Investigator, (20% effort), Kentucky Lung Cancer Research Program
PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
1. Isen, A.M., Johnson, M.M.S., Mertz, E. & Robinson, G.F. (1985). The Influence of positive affect on
the unusualness of word associations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 48, 1413-1426.
2. Johnson, M.M.S. & Greenwald, A.G. (1986). Does the generation effect apply to stimuli as well as
to responses? Resources in Education (ERIC).
3. Greenwald, A.G. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1989). The generation effect: Association of generated
responses to context cues. Memory & Cognition, 17, 673-681.
4. Johnson, M.M.S., Schmitt, F.A. & Pietrukowicz, M. (1989). The generation effect: Age and process
differences. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 44, P91-P94.
5. Johnson, M.M.S. (1990). Age and strategic decision making: A process methodology. Journal of
Gerontology: Psychological Sciences, 45, P75-78.
6. Johnson, M.M.S. (1990). Age differences in decision making: Process methodology for examining
strategic information processing. Psychiatry Digest, 10, 16-17.
7. Johnson, M.M.S.(1990). Altersunterschiede im entscheidungsverhalten: Methodik zur
untersuchung von strategien der informationsverarbeitung. Geriatrische Psychiatrie Digest, 10, 19-20.
8. Johnson, M.M.S. & Wilson, J.F. (1990). Influencing attitudes toward the elderly early in a Physician
Assistant Training Program. Gerontology and Geriatrics Education, 10(3), 11-21.
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9. Coons, S.J. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1991). Predictors of self-monitoring of blood pressure by older
adults with hypertension: A pilot study. Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management, 6(2), 8190.
10. Pietrukowicz, M.E. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1991). Individualizing nursing home staff attitudes toward
residents. The Gerontologist, 31, 102-106.
11. Coons, S.J. & Johnson, M.M.S. & Chandler, M. (1992). Sources of self-treatment information and
use of home remedies and over-the-counter medications among older adults. Journal of Geriatric Drug
Therapy, 7, 71-82.
12. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1992). Academic prediction of medical student academic
performance: Does the admission interview help? Academic Medicine (Supplement) S28-S30.
13. Elam, C.L., Andrykowski, M.A., & Johnson, M.M.S. (1993). Assessing motivation to learn: A
comparison of ratings assigned by premedical advisors and medical school interviewers. The Advisor,
14(1). 2-6.
14. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., & Johnson, R. (1993). Students' premedical preparation and
academic performances in medical school and residency. Academic Medicine. 68(3), 129-130.
15. Johnson, M.M.S. (1993). Thinking about strategies: During, before and after making a decision.
Psychology and Aging, 8, 231-241.
16. Wilson, J.F. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1993). Attitudes of physician assistant students toward cancer
and cancer patients. American Academy of Physician Assistants, 6(2), 108-114.
17. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1994). Front door or back door: Comparison of preadmission and
medical school performance of early decision and regular admission students. Academic Medicine, 69
(10 Suppl), S60-2.
18. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1994). Using preadmission and medical school performance to
predict scores on the USMLE Step 2 Examination. Academic Medicine, 69(10), 852.
19. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1994). NBME Part I vs. USMLE Step I: Predicting scores based
on preadmission and medical school performance. Academic Medicine, 69(2), 155.
20. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., & Haist, S.A. (1994). Preadmission and Medical School
Performance of Outstanding Internal Medicine Interns. Academic Medicine, 69(8), 691.
21. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., & Lenhoff, K.S. (1994). The medical school admission interview:
Conduct and content. College and University, LXX, 20-27
22. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., Wiese, H.J., Studts, J.L., & Rosenbaum, M. (1994). Admission
interview reports: A content analysis of interviewer comments. Academic Medicine, 69(10 Suppl), S63-5.
23. Mayo, P., Elam, C., Johnson, M., & Reed, E. (1994). Use of Preadmission Variables to Predict
Student Performance in an Interdisciplinary Behavioral Science Course. Proceedings of the Sixth Ottawa
Conference on Medical Education.
24. Reynolds, W., Remer, R., & Johnson, M. (1994). Marital satisfaction in later life: An examination
of equity, equality, and reward theories. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 38(3),
134-157.
25. Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.S., & Rich, E.C. (1995). The Need for Curricula in Evidence-Based
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Medicine, Academic Medicine, 70(9), 746.
26. Ramsbottom-Lucier, M.T., Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.M.S., & Rich, E.C. (1995). Interactions with
colleagues and their effects on the satisfaction of rural primary care physicians. The Journal of Rural
Health. 11(3), 185-191.
27. Caudill, T.S., Wilson, J.F., Haist, S.A., Johnson, M.S., & E.C. Rich. (1995). Evaluation of a Ruraloriented Primary Care Curriculum for Internal Medicine Residents, Academic Medicine, 70(10), 933.
28. Ramsbottom-Lucier, Mary, Johnson, M.M.S., & Elam, C.L. (1995). Age and gender differences in
preadmission qualifications and medical school performance. Academic Medicine, 70(3), 236-9.
29. Studts, J.L., Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.S. (1995). Comparing the Admission Interview Ratings and
Comments of Faculty and Student Interviewers. Academic Medicine, 70(12), 1145.
30. Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.S., Rich, E.C., & McKinney, W.P. (1996). Physicians, pharmaceutical
sales representatives, and the cost of prescribing. Archives of Family Practice, 5, 201-206.
31. Elam, C.L., Rosenbaum, M., Johnson, M.M.S. (1996). Geographic origin and its impact on practice
location in Kentucky. Journal of the Kentucky Medical Association, 94, 446-450.
32. Riggle, E.D.B. and Johnson, M.M.S. (1996). Age differences in political decision making:
Strategies for evaluting political candidates. Political Behavior, 18, 99-118.
33. Wilson, J.F., Johnson, M.M.S., Studts. J.L., and Elam, C.L. (1996). Quality of life as a measure of
the impact of major curriculum change. Academic Medicine, 71 (Suppl), S40-S42.
34. Riggle, E.D.B., Miller, P., Shields, T.G., & Johnson, M.M.S. (1997). Gender stereotypes and
decision context in the evaluation of political candidates. Women and Politics, 17(3), 69-88.
35. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1997). The impact of a rolling admission policy on the selection of
medical school applicants. Academic Medicine, 72(7), 644-646.
36. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., and Lenhoff, K. (1997). Premedical course recommendations of
premedical advisors, medical students and medical faculty. Academic Medicine, 72(1), 72-73.
37. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., and Rosenbaum, M. (1997). A comparison of speciality choice,
residency training and medical practice location of early decision and regular admission graduates.
Academic Medicine, 72(2), 140-143.
38. Johnson, M.M.S. (1997). Individual differences in the voluntary use of a memory aid during
decision making. Experimental Aging Research, 23, 33-43.
39. Elam, C.L., Studts, J.L., and Johnson, M.M.S. (1997). Prediction of medical school performance:
Use of Admission Interview Report Narratives. Teaching and Learning In Medicine , 9(3), 181-185.
40. Elam, C.L., & Johnson, M.M.S. (1997). An Analysis of Admission Committe Voting Patterns.
Academic Medicine, 72(10 Supple), S72-S75.
41. Elam, C.L., & Johnson, M.M.S., Studts, J.L. (1997). Prediction of Medical School Admission
Global Ratings Using Interviewers' Report Narratives. The Advisor. 17, 44.
42. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1998). An Analysis of Admission Committee Voting Patterns. The
Advisor, 18(2), 3-8.
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43. Elam, C.L., Edwards, J.C, Comeau, R., Taylor, E.D., Hinkley, R., Heldberg, C., & Johnson, M.M.S.
(1998). Letters of Recommendation: Medical School Admission Committee Members’
Recommendations. The Advisor, 18(4), 4-6.
44. Johnson, M., Elam, C., Edwards, J., Taylor, D., Heldberg, C., Hinkley, R., & Comeau, R. (1998).
Medical School Admission Committee Members’ Evaluations of and Impressions from Recommendation
Letters. Academic Medicine, 73(10 Supple), S41-S43.
45. Sloan, P.A., Vanderveer, B., Snapp, J., Johnson, M., & Sloan, D.A. (1999). Cancer Pain
Assessment and Management Recommendations by Hospice Nurses. Journal of Pain and Symptom
Management, 18, 103-110.
46. Wackerbarth, S.B. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1999). Predictors of Driving Cessation, Independent
Living, and Power of Attorney Decisions by Dementia Patients and Caregivers. American Journal of
Alzheimer’s Disease, 14, 1-6.
47. Schoenberg, N.E., Campbell, K. & Johnson, M.M.S. (1999). Physicians and Clergy as Facilitators
of Formal Services for Older Adults. Journal of Aging & Social Policy, 11, 9-27.
48. Johnson, M.M.S. & Drungle, S.C. (2000). Purchasing Over-the-Counter Medications: The impact
of Age Differences in Information Processing. Experimental Aging Research, 26, 245-261.
49. Plymale, M.S., Sloan, P.A., Johnson, M., LaFountain, P., Snapp, J. & Sloan, D.A. (2000). Cancer
Pain Education: The Use of a Structured Clinical Instruction Module to Enhance Learning Among Medical
Students. Journal Of Pain and Symptom Management, 20, 4-11.
50. Johnson, M.M.S., Wackerbarth, S.B. & Schmitt, F.A. (2000). Revised Memory and Behavior
Problems Checklist. Clinical Gerontologist, 22(3/4) 87-108.
51. Stephens, E. & Johnson, M.M.S. (2000) Dr. Mom and Other Influences on Age Differences in
OTC Medication Purchases. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 19(4), 441-459.
52. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S. & Wiggs, J.S. Messmer, J.J., Brown, P.I. & Hinkley, R. (2001).
Diversity in Medical School: Perceptions of First-Year Students at Four U.S. Medical Schools. Academic
Medicine, 76,(1) 60-65.
53. Sloan, P.A., Plymale, M.A., Johnson, M. Vandeveer, B., LaFountain, P., & Sloan, D.A. Cancer
Pain Management Skills Among Medical Students: The Development of a Cancer Pain Objective
Structured Clinical Examination. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management, 21(4), 29854. Johnson, M. & Elam, C. (2001). Letters of Recommendation: Comparing Percptions of Premedical
Advisors and Admission Committee Members. Academic Medicine, 76(6), 64.
55. Plymale, M.A., Sloan, P.A., Johnson, M., LaFountain, P., Snapp, J., Vanderveer, B., Sloan, D.A.
(2001). Cancer Pain Education: A Structured Clinical Instruction Module for Hospice Nurses. Cancer
Nursing, 24(6), 424-429.
56. Sloan, P.A., LaFountain, P., Plymale, M., Johnson, M., Montgomery, C., Snapp, J. & Sloan, D.
(2001). Implementing Cancer Pain Education for Medical Students. Cancer Practice, 9(5), 225-229.
57. Plymale, M.A., Sloan, P.A., Johnson, M., Snapp, J. & LaFountain, P. (2001). Junior Medical
Students’ Perceptions of an Introductory Hospice Experience. The Hospice Journal, 15(4), 41-
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58. Wackerbarth, S.B., Johnson, M.M.S., Markesbery, W.R., & Smith, C.D. (2001). Urban-Rural
Differences in a Memory Disorders Clinical Population. Journal of American Geriatrics Society, 49(5), 14.
59. Wackerbarth, S.B., & Johnson, M.M.S. (2002). Essential Information and Support Needs of Family
Caregivers. Patient Education and Counseling, 47(2), 95-100.
60. Ryan, M. & Johnson, S. (2002). Use of Alternative Medications in Patients with Neurologic
Disorders. The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 36(10), 1540-1545.
61. Johnson, S. & Ryan, M. (2003). Influence of the Method of OTC Information Presentation on
Older Adult Decision-Making. Journal of Pharmaceutical Marketing, 15(4).
62. Wackerbarth, S.B., & Johnson, M.M.S. (2002). The Carrot and the Stick: Benefits and Barriers in
Getting a Diagnosis. Alzheimers Disease and Associated Disorders, 16(4), 213-220.
63. Berg, C.A., Johnson, M.M.S., Meegan, S.P., Strough, J. (2003). Collaborative Problem-Solving
Interactions in Young and Old Married Couples. Discourse Processes, 35(1), 33-58.
64. Ryan, M., Romanelli, F., Smith, K. & Johnson M.M.S. (2003). Identifying and Teaching Generation
X Pharmacy Students. American Journal of Pharmacy Education, Summer
65. Stephens, E., Carswell, C.M., & Johnson, M. M.S. (I2006). Evidence for an Elders’ Advantage in
Naïve Product Usability Judgments of older and younger adults. Human Factors, 48, 422-433.
66. Jacobs-Lawson, J., Schumacher, M., & Webb, A.. (2007). Gender differences in predictors of latelife health insurance knowledge. Journal of Women & Aging, 19, 121-136.
67. Fernander, A., Schumacher, M., & Nasim, A. (2008). Sociocultural stress, smoking risk, and
cessation among African American women. The Journal of Black Psychology, 34, 49-69.
68. Hughes, T., Schumacher, M., Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., & Arnold, S. (i2008). Confronting death:
Perceptions of a good death in adults with lung cancer. American Journal of Hospice & Palliative
Medicine, 25, 39-44.
69. Fernander, A., Schumacher, M., Wei, X., Crooks, P. & Wedlund, P. (2008). Smoking risk and the
likelihood of quitting among African-american female light and heavy smokers. Journal of the National
Medical Association, 100, 1199-1206.
70. Schumacher, M., Johnson, M., Floyd, S., Reid, C., Noland, M., & Leukefeld, C., (2008). Young
women in science: Impact of a three-year program on knowledge of and attitudes toward science.
Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering, 14, 301-317.
71. Stansbury, K., & Schumacher, M., (2008). An Exploration of mental health literacy among African
American clergy. Journal of Gerontological Social Work, 51, 126-142.
72. Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Schumacher, M., Hughes, T., & Arnold, S. (2009). The relationship
between lung cancer patients’ education level and evaluation of their treatment information needs.
Journal of Cancer Education, 24, 346-350.
73. Schumacher, M. & Jacobs-Lawson, J. (2009). Age differences in response to time pressures on
information processing during decision making. In R. Brougham (ed.), Aging, Health, and Cognition (pp.
167-186). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
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74. Schumacher, M. Stansbury, K., Johnson, M., Floyd, S., Reid, C., Noland, M., & Leukefeld, C.
(2009). The Young women in science program: A Five-year follow-up of an intervention to change
science attitudes, academic behavior, and career aspirations. Journal of Women and Minorities in
Science and Engineering, 15, 303-321.
75. Jacobs-Lawson, J. Webb, A. Schumacher, M., & Gayer, C. (2010). Age, income, health, and
willingness to pay for health insurance in late-life. Financial Services Review, 19, 265-274,
76. Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Schumacher, M., Hughes, T., & Arnold, S. (2010). Gender differences in
psychosocial responses to lung cancer. Gender Medicine, 7, 137-148.
77. Schumacher, M.M., Redmont, S., Johnson, M.N., Reid, C.E., & Leukefeld, C.G. (2012). An Early
intervention to encourage girls’ interest in careers in drug abuse prevention: More than improving science
achievement and attitudes. Journal of Women & Minorities in Science & Engineering, 18(4), 377-396.
PEER-REVIEWED PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS
1. Isen, A.M. & Johnson, M.M.S. Influence of Positive Affect on the Uniqueness of Word Associations.
American Psychological Assoc., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August, 1984.
2. Johnson, M.M.S. & Greenwald, A.G. Does the Generation Effect Apply to Stimuli as well as to
Responses? Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1985.
3. Johnson, M.M.S. & Greenwald, A.G. Liking for Name Letters: Mere Exposure or Ego-attachment?
Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1986.
4. Johnson, M.M.S. Generalizing Letter Preferences to Brand Name Awareness: Is the Name Letter
Effect Useful? Midwest Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, May, 1987.
5. Johnson, M.M.S. & Schmitt, F.A. Developmental Tasks, Life Satisfaction, and Styles of Aging. 5th
Annual Summer Series on Aging, Lexington, Kentucky, July, 1988.
6. Johnson, M.M.S. Aging and Decision Making: A Process Methodology for Examining Strategic
Information Processing. Gerontological Society of American Scientific Meetings, San Francisco, CA,
November, 1988.
7. Pietrukowicz, M.E. & Johnson, M.M.S. Respite Care for Impaired Family Members: An
Examination of the Agencies. Society for Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA, March-April, 1989.
8. Johnson, M.M.S., Schmitt, F.A. & Pietrukowicz, M.E. Older Volunteers: A Viable Resource for
Respite Care? Gerontological Society of America Annual Meetings, Minneapolis, MN, November, 1989.
9. Barnett, R.L., Johnson, M., & Andrykowski, M.A. The Cognitive Representation of Cancer
Information: Implications for Prevention? Kentucky Academy of Science, Lexington, KY, November,
1989.
10. Haist, S.A., Johnson, M.S. & Rich, E.C. Intern Workload and other Criteria in Selection of Internal
Medicine Residency. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine, New Orleans, LA, January, 1990.
11. Johnson, M.M.S. "Thinking Aloud" during Decision-Making: Is Older Adults' Use of Strategies an
Artifact of Limited Cognitive Resources? The Third Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, March,
1990.
12. Haist, S.A., Johnson, M.S., & Rich, E.C. Intern Workload and other Criteria in Selection of Internal
Medicine Residency. Society of General Internal Medicine, Arlington, VA, May, 1990.
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13. Johnson, M.M.S. Task Driven Strategy Use: Eliminating Age and Individual Differences in
Decision Making Processes. Gerontological Society of America Annual Meetings, Boston, MA,
November, 1990.
14. Haist, S.A., Ford, A.L., Johnson, M.M.S. & Thompson, J.S. Nursing Questionnaire in the
Evaluation of Clinical Competency of Medical Residents. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine,
New Orleans, LA, February, 1991.
15. Berg, C. A. & Johnson, M.M.S. Age Differences in Cognitive Strategies: New Approaches to an
Old Problem. Symposium for Gerontological Society of America Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA,
November, 1991.
16. Everard, K. & Johnson, M. The Effect of Information Type on Age Differences in Decision Making
Strategies. Gerontological Society of American Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA, November, 1991.
17. Pietrukowicz, M.E. & Johnson, M.M.S. Individualizing Nursing Home Staff Attitudes toward
Residents: A Follow-up. Gerontological Society of American Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA,
November, 1991.
18. Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.M.S., McKinney, P.W., Rich, E.C. Physician Relationships with
Pharmaceutical Sales Representatives. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine, New Orleans,
LA, January, 1992.
19. Gardner, C.S., Johnson, M.M.S., Rich, E.C. & Chapman, L.M. Home Safety in the Elderly.
Southern Society of General Internal Medicine, New Orleans, LA, January, 1992.
20. Johnson, M.M.S. Individual Differences in Decision Making: Predicting Various Facets of
Performance. The Fourth Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, April, 1992.
21. Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M., & Rich, E.C. The Solo, Rural, Primary Care Physician in Kentucky:
His Practice Characteristics, Information Resources, and Satisfaction. Institute for Health Policy
Research Conference, Lexington, KY, May, 1992.
22. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. Academic Prediction of Medical Student Academic Performance:
Does the Admission Interview Help? 31st Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education (RIME),
Washington, DC, November, 1992.
23. Caudill, T.S., Rich, E.C., Johnson,M.M.S., & McKinney, W.P. (1992). Physician relationships with
pharmaceutical sales representatives (abstract). Clinical Research, 40(4), 579A.
24. Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.M.S., & Rich, E.C. (1992). Resident attitudes toward and use of original
research literature (abstract). Clinical Research, 40(4), 868A.
25. Ramsbottom-Lucier, M.T., Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.M.S., & Rich, E.C. (1992). Satisfaction with
practice: A description of primary care physicians in Kentucky. Clinical Research, 40(4), 800A.
26. Caudill, T.S., Rich, E.C., Johnson, M.M.S., & McKinney, P.W. Physicians, Pharmaceutical
Representatives and the Cost of Prescribing. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine, New
Orleans, LA, January, 1993.
27. Ramsbottom-Lucier, M.T., Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.M.S., & Rich, E.C. Satisfaction with Practice:
A Description of Primary Care Physicians in Kentucky. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine,
New Orleans, LA, January, 1993.
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28. Caudill, T.S., Johnson, M.M.S., & Rich, E.C. Resident Attitudes Toward and Use of Original
Research Literature. Southern Society of General Internal Medicine, New Orleans, LA, January, 1993.
29. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., & Haist, S. Admission and Medical School Performance of
Outstanding Internal Medicine Residents. Southern Group on Educational Affairs of The Association of
American Medical Colleges, Miami, FL, April, 1993.
30. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., & Lenhoff, K.S. Perspectives on the Conduct and Content of the
Admission Interview. Annual Conference on Research in Medical Education (RIME), Washington, DC,
November, 1993.
31. Johnson, M.M.S. & Everard, K. Age Differences in Decision-Making Processes under Time
Pressure. Gerontological Society Meetings, New Orleans, LA, November, 1993.
32. Johnson, M.M.S. & Riggle, E.D. Age-Related Differences in Processing Information for AttitudeLaden Decisions. The Fifth Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, April, 1994.
33. Mayo, P., Elam, C., Johnson, M., & Reed, E. Use of Preadmission Variables to Predict Student
Performance in an Interdisciplinary Behavioral Science Course. The Sixth Ottawa Conference on
Medical Education, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June, 1994.
34. Elam, C.L. & Johnson, M.M.S. Front door or back door: Comparison of preadmission and medical
school performance of early decision and regular admission students. Research in Medical Education of
Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November, 1994.
35. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S., Wiese, H.J., Studts, J.L., & Rosenbaum, M. Admission interview
reports: A content analysis of interviewer comments. Research in Medical Education of Association of
American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, November, 1994.
36. Riggle, E., Johnson, M. & Tadlock, B. Age differences in political decision-making. Presented at
the Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, April, 1995.
37. Miller, P., Shields, T., Riggle, E., & Johnson, M. Gender stereotypes and decision context in the
evaluation of political candidates. Presented at the Midwest Political Science Association Annual
Meeting, Chicago, IL, April, 1995.
38. Johnson, M.M.S., Berg, C.A. & Meegan, S.P. Collaborative Cognition among Young and Older
Married Couples. American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, New York, NY, August, 1995.
39. Elam, C.L., Rosenbaum, M., & Johnson, M.M.S. A Longitudinal Study of Residency Training and
Practice Locations of Early Decision and Regular Admission Graduates. Research in Medical Education
of Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November, 1995.
40. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S. & Lenhoff, K.L. Recommended Coursework for the Premedical
Curriculum: Perspectives from Premedical Advisors, Medical Students and Medical School Faculty.
Research in Medical Education of Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting,
Washington, DC, November, 1995.
41. Berg, C.A., Meegan, S.P. & Johnson, M.M.S. Collaborative interaction styles in young and old
couples. Presented at the Gerontological Society Association Annual Meetings, Los Angeles, CA,
November, 1995.
42. Johnson, M.M.S. The influence of informational context on age differences in decision-making
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performance. The Sixth Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA, April, 1996.
43. Riggle, E.D.B., Johnson, M.M.S. and Hickey, S. Information monitoring of strategic decision
making: A process tracing demonstration. The Midwest Political Science Association Annual Meeting,
Chicago, IL, April, 1996.
44. Riggle, E.D.B., Johnson, M.M.S., and Tadlock, B.L., Information monitoring in computer-assisted
versus paper/pencil tasks. The American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco,
CA, August, 1996.
45. Wilson, J.F., Johnson, M.M.S., Studts. J.L., and Elam, C.L. Quality of life as a measure of the
impact of major curriculum change. Research in Medical Education of Association of American Medical
Colleges Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November, 1996.
46. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S. and Studts, J.L. Use of admission interview report probes to predict
global interview ratings. Research in Medical Education of Association of American Medical Colleges
Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November, 1996.
47. Elam, C.L., & Johnson, M.M.S. An Analysis of Admission Committe Voting Patterns. Research in
Medical Education of Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C.,
November, 1997.
48. Drungle, S.C. & Johnson, M.M.S. Purchasing OTC Medications: The Role of Age and Experience.
The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, OH, November, 1997.
49. Johnson, M., Elam, C., Edwards, J., Taylor, D., Heldberg, C., Hinkley, R. & Comeau, R. Medical
School Admission Committee Members’ Evaluations of and Impressions from Recommendation Letters.
Research in Medical Education of Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, New
Orleans, LA, November, 1998.
50. Elam, C.L., Johnson, M.M.S. & Wiggs, J.S. The Value of Diversity: Perceptions of First-Year
Medical Students. Minority Affairs at the Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting, New
Orleans, LA, November, 1998.
51. Wackerbarth, S.B. & Johnson, M.M.S. Caregiver’s Decisions for Alzheimer’s Patients. The
Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November, 1998.
52. Wackerbarth, S.B. & Johnson, M.M.S. Important Information and Support Needs of Caregivers of
Alzheimer’s Patients. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA,
November, 1999.
53. Johnson, M.M.S., Wackerbarth, S.B., Smart, M., & Schmitt, F.A. The Clinical Usefulness and
Psychometric Properties of the Revised Memory and Behavior Checklist in a Memory Disorders Clinic
Population. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, November,
1999.
54. Drungle, S.C., Johnson, M.M.S., Schmitt, F.A., Ashford, J.W., Markesbery, W.R., Smith, C., &
Wekstein, D. Measurement Issues in the Assessment of Cognitive Function and Health. The
Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November, 2000.
55. Wackerbarth, S.B. & Johnson, M.M.S. Deciding to Seek a Memory Assessment...What Makes the
Decision Difficult. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November,
2000.
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56. Wackerbarth, S.B. & Johnson, M.M.S. Urban-Rural Differences in a Memory Disorders Clinic
Population. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November, 2000.
57. Strother, C. & Johnson, M.M.S. The Racial Identity of African-American Elders Living in the
Community and in Nursing Homes. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,
November 2001.
58. Wackerbarth, S.B., Streams, M.E., & Johnson, M.M.S. Diagnosis-Seeking at Subspecialty
Memory Clinics: Trigger Events. The Gerontological Society of America Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,
November 2001.
59. Sloan, P.A., Plymale, M.A., Johnson, M. Vandeveer, B., LaFountain, P., & Sloan, D.A. Cancer
Pain Education for Medical Students: The Development of a Short Course on CD-ROM. American
Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine Annual Assembly, January-February, 2002.
60. Ryan M., Romanelli, F., Smith, K., & Johnson, M.S. “Teaching Techniques for the Generation X
Student. American Association of Colleges of PharmacyAnnual Meeting, July, 2002.
61. Roberts, J.A. & Johnson, M.M.S. “Influence of Community Setting on Identity Formation in Male
Homosexuals. North Central Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Cincinatti, OH, February, 2003.
62. Ryan, M., Romanelli, F., Skelton, J., Osborn, P., Johnson, M.S. Comparison of Generation X
Characteristics between Pharmacy and Dental Students. American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy
Annual Meetings, July, 2004.
63. Hughes, T., Fernander, A., Johnson, M. Examining the Influence of Acculturation on Perceptions of
Generalized and Race-Related Stress among Three Age Cohorts of African-American Women,
Gerontologlical Society of America, Washington, D.C., November, 2004.
64. Schumacher, M.M., & Stansbury, K.L. Does Age Moderate the Relationship between Stress,
Social Support, and Mental Well-Being in Young Adult, Midlife and Older Lesbians and Gay Men,
Gerontological Society of America, Washington, D.C., November, 2004.
65. Schumacher, M.M., Jacobs-Lawson, J. & Webb, A.K. Predictors of Knowledge of Health Insurance
in Late-Life. Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA, November, 2005.
66. Jacobs-Lawson, J.M., Webb, A.K. & Schumacher, M.M. To Take the Risk or Not: Individual
Differences in Approaches to Health Insurance. Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA,
November, 2005.
67. Webb, A.K., Jacobs-Lawson, J.M. & Schumacher, M.M. Influence of Age, Income, and Subjective
Health on How Much Older Adults are Willing to Pay for Health Insurance. Gerontological Society of
America, New Orleans, LA, November, 2005
68.Stansbury, Kim L.. & Schumacher, M.M. An Exploration of Adult Mental Health Literacy among
African-American Clergy. Gerontological Society of American, New Orleans, LA, November, 2005.
69. Stansbury, K.L., Schumacher, M.M., and Roberts, J.A. “Predicting Life Satisfaction in Same Sex
Couples.” Eastern Sociological Society, 2006 Conference: Boston, M.A.
70. Schumacher, M., Harper, F., Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Rowland, R. An Examination Of Prostate
Cancer Treatment Utility Score Discrepancies Between Husbands And Wives. An oral presentation at the
29th Annual Meeting of the Society for Medical Decision Making, 2007,Pittbsurgh, PA.
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71. Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Schumacher, M., Harper, F., Rowland, R. (2007). The Role of Marital
Satisfaction in Wives’ Awareness of Prostate Cancer Patients’. Poster presented at the annual meeting
of The Gerontological Society of American. San Francisco, CA. Abstract published in The Gerontologist,
47, Special Issue 1.
72. Schumacher, M., Harper, F., Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Rowland, R. (2007). Older Couples' Responses
to Prostate Cancer Treatment. Poster presented at the annual meeting of The Gerontological Society of
American. San Francisco, CA. Abstract published in The Gerontologist, 47, Special Issue 1.
73 Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Schumacher, M. M., Ortz, C., Arnold, S. (2009, November). Treatment decision
making and information processing in older cancer patients. Gerontological Society of America, National
Harbor, MD. Abstract published in The Gerontologist, 49, Special Issue 1.
74. Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Schumacher, M. M., Ortz, C., Waddell, E. L., & Arnold, S. (2010, April).
Influence of health-related stress on medical decision making in older adults. Presented at the biennial
Cognitive Aging Conference, Atlanta, GA.
75. Schumacher, M., & Jacobs-Lawson, J. (2010). What can we learn from effect sizes associated with
age differences in decision making performance. Presented at the biennial Cognitive Aging Conference,
Atlanta, GA.
76. Jacobs-Lawson, J. M., Schumacher, M. M., Ortz, C., Waddell, E. L., & Arnold, S. (2010, November).
The Effects of Illness-related Stress on Information Search and Ratings in Treatment Decision Making.
Gerontological Society of America, New Orleans, LA. Abstract published in The Gerontologist, 50, Special
Issue 1.
77. Schumacher, M, Kregor, J & Wilson, J (2012). A three-fold approach to teaching patient interviewing
to first year medical students ( A Best Practice in Medical Education). Southern Group in Medical
Education Conference. Lexington, KY.
78. Pascale-Hague, D., Piercey, R. & Schumacher, M. (2012). Communicating about bad news:
Perspectives from both sides of the encounter. (Demonstration) Southern Group on Educational Affairs
(American Association of Medical Colleges) Annual Meetings, Lexington, KY.
79. Gayer, C. Jacobs-Lawson, J. M. & Schumacher, M. M. (2012, November). The Impact of Context
and Cancer Experience on Older Adults Decision Making Competence. Gerontological Society of
America. San Diego, CA. Abstract published in The Gerontologist 51, Special Issue 1.
80. Schumacher, M. M. (2012, November) Age Differences in Judgment and Decision Making: The Role
of Motivation and Emotion. Panel Discussant at the Gerontological Society of America Annual Meetings,
San Diego, CA.
COMPUTER PROGRAMS
Johnson, M.M.S. & Walker, D.R. (1987). Stimulus presentation and response recording for computer
assisted decision-making protocols [BASIC computer program]. Lexington, KY: Department of
Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky.
Johnson, M.M.S. & Childers-Johnstone, J. (1992). Decision-making performance protocol tracing
program with recognition task and data extraction [Executable Computer Program]. Lexington, KY:
Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky.
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INVITED PRESENTATIONS
Johnson, M.M.S. Age Differences in Decision-Making: The Effect of Education, Intelligence and
Experience. Fourth Adult Development Symposium, Cambridge, MA, July, 1989.
Johnson, M.M.S. Learned Helplessness: The Iatrogenic Effect of Providing Care. 7th Annual Summer
Series on Aging, Lexington, KY, July, 1990.
Johnson, M.M.S. Promoting Independence in the Elderly. OVAR/GEC Community Geriatric Resource
Specialist Training, sponsored by Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, University of Kentucky, Morehead,
KY, April, 1991.
Johnson, M.M.S. Situational Constraints Prompting Strategy Use. Gerontological Society of American
Annual Meetings, San Francisco, CA, November, 1991.
Johnson, M.M.S. Promoting Independence in the Elderly. OVAR/GEC Community Geriatric Resource
Specialist Training, sponsored by Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, University of Kentucky, London, KY,
March, 1992.
Johnson, M.M.S. Promoting Independence in the Elderly. OVAR/GEC Community Geriatric Resource
Specialist Training, sponsored by Sanders-Brown Center on Aging, University of Kentucky, Lexington,
KY, April, 1992.
Johnson, M.M.S. Age Differences in Decision-Making Performance: Use of External Memory Aids.
Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, February, 1993.
Johnson, M.M.S. Age Differences in the Use of External Memory Aids and Decision-Making
Performance. University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, March, 1993.
Johnson, M.M.S. Age Differences in the Decision-Making Performance: Responses to Time Limits on
Information Processing. University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, October, 1995.
Johnson, M.M.S. Everyday Competence and Decision Making: What Do Experimental Studies Tell Us?
Gerontological Society Association Annual Meetings, Los Angeles, CA, November, 1995.
Johnson, M.M.S. Psychosocial Adjustments and Adaptations. 9th Annual Conference on Aging, The
Aging Resource Center, Louisville, KY, September, 2000.
HONORS
1977
1982-1983
1986-1987
1987
1987-1988
1998
Forensics Scholarship, University of Northern Iowa
University Fellowship, Ohio State University
National Institute of Mental Health Postdoctoral Training Fellowship, Behavioral Science
Department, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky
National Institute on Aging Summer Institute in Research on
Aging Fellowship, Brookshire Hotel, Baltimore, MD
National Institute on Aging Postdoctoral Training Fellowship, Behavioral Science
Department, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky
Master Teacher Award for Teaching from the Resource Center for Medical
Education, University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
1998
1998
1998
1999
2011
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Master Teacher Award for Evaluation from the Resource Center for Medical
Education, University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
Master Teacher Award for Innovation from the Resource Center for Medical
Education, University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
Master Teacher Award for Development from the Resource Center for Medical
Education, University of Kentucky College of Medicine.
Association of American Medical Colleges Senior Women in Medicine
Professional Development Seminar, Harbor Court Hotel, Baltimore, MD
Distinguished Affiliate Faculty Award, Graduate Center for Gerontology, University of
Kentucky
THESES
Johnson, M.M.S. "Is there an associative explanation for the generation effect?" Master's thesis, Ohio
State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1984.
Johnson, M.M.S. "An Initial letter effect: Ego-attachment or mere exposure?" Doctoral dissertation,
Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, 1986.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND REVIEW ACTIVITIES
Member, American Psychological Association
Member, APA Division 20, Adult Development
Member, Gerontological Society of American
Member, Society of Medical Decision Making
Abstract Reviewer for:
Gerontological Society of America (Annual Meetings)
Research in Medical Education (Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meetings)
Society of Medical Decision Making (Annual Meetings)
Grant Proposal Reviewer for:
Alzheimer Disease Research Center, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY
Alzheimer’s Association, Chicago, IL
National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Aging
Manuscript Reviewer for:
Age & Ageing
Aging and Cognition
Experimental Aging Research
Journal of Applied Gerontology
Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences
Medical Principles and Practice
Psychology & Aging
The Hospice Journal
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CONSULTING
2003 Advisory Committee for Professional Education in Prostate Cancer: Primary Care
Physicians. Sponsored by the NIH, Baylor Medical School and the Texas
Medical Association.
ADMINISTRATIVE / SERVICE EXPERIENCE
Departmental
1990-2004
1999-2004
2009-Present
Computer Committee
Director of Graduate Studies
Curriculum Committee
College
1988-2007
20131992-1994
1991-1992
1988-1992
1994-1995
1998-2001
1999-2003
2001-2002
2002-2005
2002-2004
2013-
Ad Hoc interviewer for Admissions
Ad Hoc Interviewer for Admissions
Curriculum Committee
Family Practice Departmental Review and Chairperson Search Committee
Financial Aid Committee
LCME Committee for Resources for Educational Program
Research Committee
Senior Women’s Advisory Group to the Dean
LCME Committee for Faculty
Gender Inequities in Faculty Salaries
Postdoctoral Fellow Advisory Committee (Chair)
Faculty Appointment, Appeals, Promotions and Tenure
University
1992-1994
1996-1997
1997-2000
1998-2000
2001-2006
2001-2009
2007-2009
2009-2012
2011-2013
2012-2013
2013-
Graduate Certificate in Gerontology Committee
University Senate Research Committee
Faculty Senate Advisory Privilege and Tenure Committee
Gerontology Ph.D. Program Steering Committee
University Appeals Committee
President’s Commission on the Status of Women
Chair, President’s Commission on Women
Senate Hearing Panel on Privilege & Tenure
Health Care Clinical Sciences Area Advisory Committee
Chair, Health Care Clinical Sciences Area Advisory Committee
Women's Leadership and Career Development Task Force
Community
1991-1993
2007-2009
Alzheimer's Association Board of Directors
State Coordinator, KY ACE Network for Women Leaders in Higher Education
ADMINISTRATIVE CONTRIBUTIONS & ACHIEVEMENTS
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1999-2000
2000-2001
2001-2002
2001-2002
2001-2002
2002-2003
2003
2004
College of Medicine Gender Equity Study of FY00 Salaries
College of Medicine Gender Equity Study of FY01 Salaries
College of Medicine Gender Equity Study of FY02 Salaries
Graduate School Academic Year Allocated Fellowship Competition, Full Award
Medical Behavioral Science Graduate Certificate Proposal
Graduate Tuition Waiver Request Fulfilled (4.5 waivers)
College of Medicine Gender Equity Study of FY03 Bonuses and FY04 Salaries
College of Medicine Gender Equity Study of FY04 Bonuses and FY05 Salaries
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
1984-1985
PSY 100: Introductory Psychology, Department of Psychology, Ohio State University,
Graduate Teaching Assistant responsible for five hours of lectures each week,
preparation of quizzes, etc. (Dr. David Hothersall, Course Director).
1985-1986
PSY 320: Social Psychology, Department of Psychology, Ohio State University,
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Drs. Anthony Greenwald and Jon Krosnick, Course
Directors). Course also fulfilled ASC English Composition Requirement.
1987
BSC 331: Behavioral Factors in Health and Disease, Elective for Department of
Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, University of Kentucky, (with Dr. Philip
Moody).
1987-1988
Conjoint 831: Integrated Clinical Experience in Disease Management: The Cancer
Patient, Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine, supervised a six hour
student research experience with clinical medicine faculty.
1987-1991
BSC 812: Communication and Interviewing, Required Small Group Interviewing Skills
for Medical Students, Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine.
1988-1989
PAS 855: Psychosocial Factors in Primary Care, Required course for Physician
Assistant Studies Program, College of Allied Health.
1989,2002
BSC 770: Psychosocial Issues in Health in Later Adulthood, Graduate Seminar for the
Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine. Elective course for
Gerontology and Behavioral Science Certificate candidates.
1986-1991
BSC 811: Health and Society, Required Seminar in Behavioral and Ethical Issues in
the Care of the Dying, for Medical Students, Department of Behavioral Science, College
of Medicine (with Dr. Thomas Garrity). Supervision of individual experiences entitled
"Behavioral Preparation of Pediatric Surgery Patients," "Respite Care for Alzheimer's
Patients," and "Residency -- A First Hand Experience."
1990-1991
BSC 620: Orientation to Medical Behavioral Science, Graduate Seminar for the
Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine.
1992-2008
MD 810/820: Physicians, Patients and Society, Problem-based learning seminar for
the College of Medicine. Required course for first and second year medical students.
1994-1995
BSC 745: Methods in Medical Behavioral Science, Graduate Seminar for the
Department of Behavioral Science, College of Medicine. Required course for all
Medical Behavioral Science Certificate candidates and NIMH Trainees.
1998
MD 813: The Healthy Human, Problem-based learning small group learning experience
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in conjunction with lecture for the College of Medicine. Required course for first year
medical students.
1998-2000
GRN 650: Research Methods in Gerontology, Graduate Seminar for the Ph.D. Program
in Gerontology, Graduate School. Required course for all degree candidates.
2000, ‘10, ‘13
BSC 772: Special Topics Seminar (now BSC 770) Aging, Health, & Decision Making,
Graduate Seminar for Department of Behavioral Science, Gerontology Ph.D. Program
and Martin School for Public Policy. Elective course for graduate students.
2008-2009
MD 811/2: Patient-Centered Medicine. Behavioral Science and Interviewing seminar
required in first and second years of medical school.
2010-Present
MD 811: Introduction to Clinical Medicine. Behavioral Science and Interviewing skills
building seminar for first year medical students.
2011-Present
CDE 824: Communication in the Health Care Setting. Interviewing skills building
course for second year professional dentistry students.
GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION/ADVISING (Completed students only)
Master Committee Memberships
1992
1993
1997
1998
1999
Marge Hoeckleman, Sociology
Alan Beuscher, Sociology
Suzanne Drungle, Clinical Psychology
Teri Stewart, Clinical Psychology
Vanessa Venable, Clinical Psychology
Master Committee Chaired
2003 Jeffrey Roberts, Sociology
2013 Stephen Hewlett, Medical Science COM
Doctoral Committee Memberships
1991
1992
1994
1994
1995
1995
1996
1996
2000
2001
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2005
2006
2011
Wallace Reynolds, Counseling Psychology
Mary Pietrukowicz, Sociology
Martha Beagle, Exercise Science
Todd Shields, Political Science
Kelly Everard, Educational Psychology
Barry Tadlock, Political Science
Karen Lenhoff, Counseling Psychology
Mary Beth McDowell, Nursing
Edward Marshall, Counseling Psychology
Suzanne Drungle, Clinical Psychology
Teri Stewart, Clinical Psychology
Kevin Lomax, Gerontology
Vanessa Venable, Clinical Psychology
Lara Hayes, Communications
Shannon Matthews, Gerontology
Robert Karolich, Social Work
Heidi Ewen, Gerontology
Christopher Gay, Gerontology
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Doctoral Committees Chaired
2000
2001
2006
2006
2006
2006
2013
Marsha Segebarth, Educational Policy & Evaluation
Eric Stephens, Experimental Psychology
Debra Collette Strother, Gerontology
Kim Stansbury, Gerontology
Travonia Hughes, Gerontology
Jeffrey Roberts, Sociology
Courtney Ortz, Gerontology
Outside Examiner, Doctoral Dissertations
1992
1998
1999
2002
2007
2011
2012
Michael Lynch, Counseling Psychology
Charlene Jacobs, Educational Policy & Evaluation
Cheryl Hoyt, Nursing
Barbara Lynn Nunley, Nursing
Regina Cunningham Lowry, Nursing
Wanda Chandler, Special Education, Education
Lillian Findlay, Nursing
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