1 CURRICULUM VITAE Jacqueline DeMichele Kloss, Ph.D. EDUCATION University of Pennsylvania Postdoctoral Fellowship/Traineeship Department of Psychiatry (concurrent with Assistant Professor position at Drexel University) Binghamton University (State University of New York at Binghamton) Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, August 1998 Minor: Dual Diagnoses Dissertation Title: A Study of the Effects of Narrative Disclosure on Affect and Health: An Extension and Replication of Pennebaker's Model of Inhibition Committee Chair: Stephen A. Lisman, Ph.D. University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey -- Robert Wood Johnson Hospital Clinical Psychology Internship, APA Accredited: September August 1998 University of Scranton, PA B.S., Psychology (Clinical Track), May 1992 summa cum laude LICENSURE Licensed Psychologist, Pennsylvania: PS Active GRANTS, HONORS, and AWARDS Co-Investigator, R03, INCITE, PI, Carolyn Heckman, Ph.D. ( ) Consultant, K07 Cancer Prevention Control Behavioral Sciences Career Development Award; PI, Carolyn Heckman, PhD ( ). Sabbatical, Drexel University (AY ). Establishment of Clinical Insomnia Program, Drexel Sleep Center, Manayunk. Outstanding Educator Award, College of Arts and Sciences, Drexel University, June 2002 Recipient of Mini-Challenge Grant, Center for Women s Health, Drexel University, December 2001 Devereux Award for Young Faculty, Drexel University, Research Grant, August 2000 for Insomnia in Perimenopausal Women: Physiological and Psychological Correlates Graduate Assistantships and Tuition Scholarships, Frank O'Hara Award, awarded to the valedictorian at the University of Scranton after four years of study, 1992
2 Kloss, J.D. 3 Mentee Awards First Place, Clinical Psychology Category at Psi Chi Research Day and First Place in Clinical and Translational Research at Drexel University Research Innovation and Creativity Day. Swegman, C., Daniel, L., Kloss, J. (2007). Sleep Quality and Academic Performance. Poster presented at the Drexel University Research Days and Psi Chi research Day. Office of Research Award for Research, Innovation, Scholarship and Creativity, Drexel University Research Day. Wolfman, J., & Kloss, J. (2007, August). Dispositional Coping Styles and Daytime Symptoms Associated with Insomnia. PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND SPECIALIZED PRACTICUM EXPERIENCES 2006-present Director, Insomnia Program. Drexel Sleep Center of Manayunk, Drexel University College of Medicine. Offer sleep consultations, assessment, and cognitive-behavior therapy to individuals with insomnia and other related sleep disorders present Associate Professor of Psychology (tenured), Department of Psychology, Drexel University. Undergraduate and graduate level instruction focused on clinical aspects of psychology (listed below). Scholarship and research in the area of health psychology. Administrative service with focus on undergraduate program administration and outcome assessment Assistant Professor of Psychology, and Associate Director, Undergraduate Program, Department of Psychology, Drexel University. Philadelphia, PA. Undergraduate level instruction focused on clinical aspects of psychology. Undergraduate courses taught include: General Psychology, Pre-Professional Psychology I & II*, Abnormal Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Psychological Testing and Assessment, Health Psychology*, Health Psychology Research Team* (Special Topics); Senior Seminar; Independent Studies (approximately 1-2 per term). Graduate Courses Taught: Teaching of Psychology*, Health Psychology*; Integrative Seminar*. * Indicates new courses developed for Drexel, Department of Psychology Outpatient Clinician, Drexel University Counseling Center, Philadelphia, PA. Approximately 4 hours per week of outpatient psychotherapy (under supervision) for students seeking counseling through Drexel University. Supervisor: Annette Molyneux, Ph.D Insomnia Consultant and Outpatient Clinician. Behavioral Specialist, Insomnia Program, University of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Psychiatry, Philadelphia,
3 Kloss, J.D. 4 PA Approximately 8-10 hours weekly of sleep disorders consultation, assessment, and cognitive-behavior therapy (under supervision) for patients with insomnia and related psychiatric complaints (e.g., Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Depression). Supervisors: Robert J. DeRubeis, Ph.D., and Martin P. Szuba, M.D Psychology Intern, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Piscataway, NJ, APA Approved. Supervised evaluation, treatment planning, and psychotherapy with outpatient clients of various socio-economic status, ethnicities, and race. Routine evaluations and treatment planning include writing/dictating evaluation and treatment reports, writing progress notes and participating in weekly treatment team meetings. Rotations include: Delivery of outpatient Psychotherapy: Brief Treatment; Sleep Disorders; Behavioral Medicine; Acute Psychiatric Services (Emergency Crisis Center); PsychologicalAssessment and Testing. Supervisors: Ellen Gara, Psy.D., Ray Rosen, Ph.D., Rochelle Zozula, Ph.D., Tammy Dorff, Psy.D., and Richard Gjertsen, Ph.D Clinic Assistant( Graduate Practicum)Training, Psychological Clinic Binghamton University (SUNY), Binghamton, NY. Training in close association with Clinic Director in managing the day-to-day operations of the clinic by providing direct service to clients and clinical psychology trainees. Responsibilities include conducting intake interviews, assigning and monitoring students' cases and supervision, handling insurance and fee payments, regulating expenditures, and coordinating case conference. We also initiated a Quality Assurance Program that consists of reviewing the progress of ongoing cases and assessing the need for additional sessions. Supervisor/Clinic Director: Stephen A.Lisman, Ph.D Graduate Student Clinician, Psychological Clinic, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY. Evaluation and treatment of outpatients, report writing, review of sessions, and attendance and presentation at weekly case conference. Supervisors: Gep Colletti, Ph.D., Stephen Lisman, Ph.D., Rick Williams, PhD., Mike Peter, Ph.D. and Robyn Reichert, Ph.D Group Therapist Co-Leader, Private Practice of Mike Peter, Ph.D. Binghamton, NY.
4 Kloss, J.D. 5 Co-led weekly process-oriented group therapy with supervising licensed psychologist at community private practice. Interventions included cognitive restructuring, social problem-solving, and facilitating emotional expression and assertiveness among group members. Supervisor/Co-leader: Mike Peter, Ph.D Clinical Psychology Trainee, Psychiatric Inpatient Unit, Binghamton General Hospital, Binghamton, NY. Completed evaluations (scored, analyzed, and interpreted test batteries) and gave feedback to the patients admitted to the inpatient unit. Performed consultations upon referral from psychiatrists. Co-facilitated/facilitated group therapy, conducted community meeting (a daily organizational meeting for all inpatients on the unit), and attended weekly treatment team planning meetings. Supervisor: Rick Williams, Ph.D Stayquit Hotline Operator, Smoking Treatment and Research Clinic Department of Psychology, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY. Assisted callers (exsmokers requesting help maintaining abstinence from smoking) with relapse prevention techniques, provided information about smoking and health, and collected data for an ongoing project evaluating methods for exsmokers who wish to remain abstinent from smoking (i.e., Stayquit). Supervisor: Thomas H. Brandon, Ph.D Clinical Psychology Trainee, Day Treatment Program, Children's Home of Wyoming Conference, Binghamton, NY. Evaluated children aged 5-14 for psychological difficulties including learning disabilities, emotional problems, and behavioral disorders. Observation for functional analysis. Attended weekly treatment planning meetings and consulted with teachers regarding recommendations and behavioral observations. Co-facilitated weekly group sessions throughout the academic year. Supervisor: Nurhan Findikyan, Ph.D Group Co-leader, Smoking Treatment and Research Center Department of Psychology, Binghamton. Co-led three smoking cessation groups as part of a research study examining the efficacy between groups. Co-led three smoking cessation groups: (1)Coping Skills Training; (2) Negative Affect Reduction Counseling; and (3) Supportive Counseling. Supervisor: Thomas H. Brandon, Ph.D. SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICE APPOINTMENTS
5 Kloss, J.D Director, Undergraduate Studies, Department of Psychology, Drexel University. Philadelphia, PA. Administrative responsibilities for the Undergraduate Program include curriculum planning, scheduling of courses and instructors, advisement of students toward meeting minor and major requirements, research guidance, and career planning, as well as managing dayto-day operations of the Undergraduate Program. Research program involves both the undergraduate and graduate level students Committee Member, Eastern Psychological Association). Responsible for reviewing submissions, inviting speakers, and organizing annual meetings for the clinical area. Ad hoc Reviewer: Sleep Emotion Imagination and Cognition Physiology and Behavior Social Science and Medicine Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology PROFESSIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC AFFILIATIONS Member, American Psychological Association (1992- present) Member, Association for Advancement of Behavior and Cognitive Therapy (1992-present) Member, American Academy of Sleep Medicine (2000-present) Member, Philadelphia Behavior Therapy Association (November 2006-present) CLINICAL AND PROFESSIONAL ISSUES PRESENTATIONS Panelist for Institute for Women s Health; Conversations about Women s Health. DUCOM. One of three panelists, addressed concerns on stress management and sleep concerns to women from the community (Spring 2009) Panelist, Journal Writing: Personal and Professional Applications, Drexel University Week of Writing Program, COAS, Department of English and Philosophy (May 2009). Stress, Sex, and Sleep. Panelist for the Institute for Women s Health, Drexel University College of Medicine; One of three panelists; addressed questions specific to stress and sleep concerns of women from the community (November, 2008). Clinical Management of Insomnia: CBT for Insomnia. Presented to Psychiatry residents, Department of Psychiatry, DUCOM. (May; September 2007) Clinical Management of Insomnia: CBT for Insomnia. Presented to Sleep Fellows and pulmonary residents at Drexel Sleep Center.
6 Kloss, J.D. 7 Grand Rounds: Cognitive Behavioral Management of Insomnia. Presented to Pulmonary Division, DUCOM. On becoming a psychologist (Kloss). Presented to new Drexel Psychology majors, new inductees to Psi Chi at induction ceremony. December 1, Sleep and Sleeplessness: Highlight on Shift Workers. (Kloss and Szuba). Presented to McNeill Corporation employees to provide psychoeducation on sleep disorders and behavioral and pharmacological treatments particularly geared for individuals who engage in shift work. May 25, Sleep and Sleeplessness. (Kloss and Szuba). Presented to McNeill Corporation employees to provide psychoeducation on sleep disorders and behavioral and pharmacological treatments. March 14, Behavior Therapy for Insomnia. (Kloss) Presented to Center for Sleep and Respiratory Neurobiology, University of Pennsylvania. February 10, Management of Insomnia Primary Care Settings. (Szuba & Kloss) Presented to family practice group at Presbyterian Hospital. October 20, Lessons From Oz. Invited Presentation for the Psi Chi Induction Dinner at the Department of Psychology, University of Scranton, November, A "Behind the Curtain" Look at Supervision. Presented to the Department of Psychology, Clinical Area, Binghamton University, April 24, Practicing Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: Discerning and Resolving Pitfalls. Presented to the Department of Psychology, Clinical Area, Binghamton University, March 1, COMMITTEES AND SERVICE APPOINTMENTS Invited Discussant, Behavioral Sleep Medicine Conference, Ponte Verde Beach FL, March Data Safety and Monitoring Committee; PI: Sharon Manne, Ph.D.; Fox Chase Cancer Center Director, Undergraduate Program, Department of Psychology, Drexel University, Spring Summer Associate Director, Undergraduate Program, Department of Psychology, Drexel University, Winter Coordinator, BS/MS Program, Department of Psychology, Drexel University, Summer Spring Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, Drexel University, Fall 2000-present Chair, Comprehensive Examinations, Graduate Clinical Psychology Program 1999-present Course Captain, Abnormal Psychology, Health Psychology Committee Member, Devereux Award Selection for Member, Faculty Search Committee, Spring 1999
7 Kloss, J.D. 8 RESEARCH ACTIVITIES Edited Book Szuba, M.P., Kloss, J.D., & Dinges, D.F. (Eds.) (2003) Principles and Management of Insomnia. Cambridge Press. Publications: Peer Reviewed Articles Daniel, L.C., Heckman, C.J., Kloss, J.D., & Manne, S.L. (2009) Comparing alternative methods of skin color and damage. Cancer Causes and Control, 20, Arigo, D., Kloss, J.D., Tweedy, K. & Gilrain, K (2007). Beliefs about sleep and perceived sleep quality are associated with quality of life among perimenopausal women. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 5, Smith, S., Kloss, J.D., Kniele, K, Anderson, S. (2007). A comparison of writing exercises to motivate young women to practice breast self-examinations. British Journal of Health Psychology, 12, Kloss, J.D., Tweedy, K., Gilrain, K. (2004) Psychological factors associated with sleep disturbance among perimenopausal women. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 2(4) Kloss, J.D. & Lisman, S.A. (2003) Disease models, attributions, and attitudes in the treatment of mentally ill, chemically addicted (MICA) Patients. Substance Use and Misuse. Kloss, J.D., & Lisman, S.A. (2002) An Exposure-Based Examination on the Effects of Written Emotional Expression. British Journal of Health Psychology, 7, Brandon, T.H. & DeMichele, J. (1995). Expanding the target of relapse prevention training to include self-quit exsmokers: Is there a need? Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 9, Norcross, J.C., Dryden, W., & DeMichele, J. (1992). British clinical psychologists and personal therapy: What's good for the goose? Clinical Psychology Forum, 44, Norcross, J. C., Alford, B.A. & DeMichele, J. (1992). The Future of Psychotherapy: Delphi Data and concluding observations. Psychotherapy, 29, Publications: Book Chapters/Edited Works Gilrain, K., & Kloss, J.D. (2005). Cognitive and behavioral strategies for the management of sleep disorders. In A. Freeman (Ed.) International Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Kluwer.
8 Kloss, J.D. 9 Rogers, N., & Kloss, J.D. (2005) Sleep in medical conditions. In C. Kushida. Sleep Deprivation. New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc. Kloss, J.D. (2003) Psychological Sequelae of Insomnia. In M.P. Szuba, J.D. Kloss, & D.F. Dinges. (Eds.) Principles and Management of Insomnia. Cambridge Press. Kloss, J.D. & Szuba, M.P. (2003). Sleep in Psychiatric Conditions. In M.P. Szuba, J.D. Kloss, & D.F. Dinges. (Eds.) Principles and Management of Insomnia. Cambridge Press. Kloss, J.D., Szuba, M.P., Dinges, D.F. (2002). Sleep loss and sleepiness: physiological and neurobehavioral effects. In KL. Davis, D. Charney, JT Coyle, & C. Nemeroff. (Eds) Neurpsychopharmacology: The Fifth Generation of Progress (pp ), Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins. Works in Progress Spiers, M., Geller, P., & Kloss, J.D. (Eds.) Mind your Body: The Psychology of Young Women s Health (prospectus under review). Works Submitted Kloss, J.D., Nash, C., Horsey, S., & Delivery of behavioral sleep medicine to college students. Heckman, C., Manne, S. Kloss, J.D., Bass, S.B., Collins, B., Lessin, S. Beliefs and intentions for skin protection and exposure among young adults. Research Presentations Wolfman, J., Marks, D., Sposato, R., Kloss, J., & O Hea, E. (August, 2009). The Impact of Cancer Specific Stress on Sleep. Findings presented at the Annual American Psychological Association Conference 2009, Toronto, Canada. Horsey, S., Nash, C.O., Szabo, M., Ziadni, M., Kloss, J.D. (June 2009) What s keeping college students with insomnia up at night? Presented as a poster for the 23rd Annual Associated Professional Sleep Societies Conference, Seattle, WA Nash, C.O., Wolfman, J.H., Horsey, S., O Hea, E., Marks, D., Sposato, R, & Kloss, J.D. (June 2009). The relationship between uncertainty of illness and insomnia severity among cancer patients. Presented as a poster for the 23rd Annual Associated Professional Sleep Societies Conference, Seattle, WA Szabo, M.M., Daniel, L.C., Kloss, J.D., Barakat, L.P., & Robinson, M.R. (June 2009). The Relationship between Pain, Sleep, and Quality of Life in Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease. Presented as a poster for the 23rd Annual Associated Professional Sleep Societies
9 Kloss, J.D. 10 Conference, Seattle, WA. Also presented as a poster at Drexel University Research Day, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, April 2009, the 4th Annual Philadelphia Psi Chi Research Day, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, April 2009, and Presented as a poster at Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences Research Day, Philadelphia, PA, April Nash. C., Horsey, S., Phillips, C., Kloss, J.D. (November, 2008). A Closer Examination of the Insomnia Narratives from the Clear Your Head Before Bed Study. Poster presented at The SIG at ABCT, Orlando. Kloss, J.D., Phillips, C., Wolfman, J., & Horsey, S. (June, 2008) Preliminary analyses from the Clear your Head Before Bed study of college student insomniacs. Presented as a poster at APSS, Baltimore. Fenderson, D. & Kloss, J.D. (2008). To nap or not to nap: A developmental perspective. Presented as a poster at Drexel University Research Day and Psi Chi Research Day, Philadelphia, PA. Jones, C., Nash., C., Fenderson, D., Kloss, J.D. (2008) Outcome assessment of the undergraduate psychology program: characteristics of student satisfaction. Presented as a poster at Drexel University Research Day, Philadelphia, PA. Nash, C.O., Wolfman, J., & Kloss, J.D. (April, 2008). Gender differences in the context of a written emotion expression exercise for insomnia. Presented as a poster at Drexel University Research Day, Philadelphia, PA. Nash, C.O., Fenderson, D., Jones, C., & Kloss, J.D. (April, 2008). Evaluation of an undergraduate psychology program: factors associated with student satisfaction. Presented as a poster at Drexel University Psi Chi Research Day, Philadelphia, PA. Heckman, C.J., Daniel, L.C., Filseth, S., Kloss, J.D., & Manne, S.L. (2007). Comparing alternative methods for measuring skin damage. Presented at the Annual Convention of the American Association of Cancer Research, Philadelphia, PA. Smith, S., Kloss, J.D. (2007, November). An investigation of the cognitive processes that relate to post-traumatic growth in a college age sample. Findings to be presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Convention 2007, Philadelphia, PA. Markow, C., Kloss, JD. (2007, November). Does coping style moderate the relationship between irritable bowel related stressors and psychological distress in a clinical IBS population? Findings presented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Convention 2007, Philadelphia, PA. Wolfman, J., & Kloss, J. (2007, November). Understanding the Relationship between Gender, Insomnia Symptoms, and Dispositional Coping. Poster resented at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Annual Convention 2007, Philadelphia, PA.
10 Kloss, J.D. 11 Wolfman, J., & Kloss, J. (2007, August). Dispositional Coping Styles and Daytime Symptoms Associated with Insomnia. Poster presented at the Annual American Psychological Association Conference, San Francisco, California. Phillips C, Blady S, Wolfman J., & Kloss J. (2007, March). Pain reporting in college students: the effects of written emotional expression for insomnia. Poster presented at Psi Chi Research Day, Philadelphia, PA. Swegman, C., Daniel, L., Kloss, J. (2007). Sleep Quality and Academic Performance. Poster presented at the 2007 Philadelphia Area Psi Chi Research Day, CAA Conference, Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences Research Day 2007, and Drexel University Research, Innovation, Scholarship and Creativity Day Philips, C., Wolfman, J. Kloss, J.D. (2006). The relationship between sleep quality and pain among perimenopausal women. Poster presented at APSS, Salt Lake City, UT. Wolfman, J., Philips, C., Kloss, J.D. (2006). The relationship between sleep quality and perceptions of memory among a community sample of perimenopausal women. Poster presented at APSS, Salt Lake City, UT. Powlus, C.M.; Arigo, D.R.; Kloss, J.D. (2006). Sleep habits, sleep quality, and perceived stress in college students. Poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association. Baltimore, MD. Swegman, C., Arigo, D., Kloss, J. (2006). Effects of restricted sleep duration on sleep quality in college students. Poster presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Baltimore, MD. Kloss, J.D. (2005) A mind-body approach to insomnia: putting maladaptive thoughts to rest. Presentation to Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Day, Department of Psychology, Drexel University. Sylvestre, T, Tweedy, K, & Kloss, J.D. The relationship between depressed mood and cognitive tasks. Presented at Psi Chi Research Day, Department of Psychology Drexel University. Swegman, C., Powlus, C., Arigo, D., & Kloss, J.D. (2005). Morning lark vs. night owl: Which college students have better sleep quality? Poster presented at Drexel University Seventh Annual Research Day. Awarded 1 st prize for College of Arts and Science research Day. Wolfman, J., & Kloss, JD. (2005) Is perimenopause related to psychological distress? Poster presented at Drexel University Seventh Annual Research Day. Arigo, D., & Kloss, J.D. (2005, May). Predictors of sleep quality in a college student population. Poster presented at Drexel University Seventh Annual Research Day. Arigo, D., & Kloss, J.D. (2005, March). Predictors of sleep quality in a college student population. Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association.
11 Kloss, J.D. 12 Smith, S. Tweedy, K., Anderson, M.S., and Kloss, J.D. (2003). A writing exercise to motivate young women to practice breast self examinations. Poster presented at Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy. Kloss, J.D., Tweedy, K., & Gilrain, K. (2003). Sleep quality among perimenopausal women: The relative contribution of hot flashes, mood, dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep. Sleep, 26, Kloss, J.D., Tweedy, K., Gilrain, K. (2003, June). Sleep quality among perimenopausal women: The relative contribution of hot flashes, mood, and dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes about sleep. Poster presented at the 17th Annual Meeting for the American Professional Sleep Societies (APSS), Chicago. Arigo, D., & Kloss, J.D. (2003, March). Dysfunctional beliefs and attitudes as predictors of sleep quality and quality of life in a peri-menopausal population. Poster presented at Eastern psychological Association, March Gilrain, K. & Kloss, J.D. (2003, March). Coping with bereavement: The effects of optimistic emotional disclosure. Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association, March Anderson, S. A. Tweedy, K., Kloss, J.D. (2002, May). Differences in affect following stageappropriate vs. stage-inappropriate writing interventions for breast self-examinations in college women. Poster presented at Research and Venture Day 2002, Drexel and MCPHU. Rahman, S. Anderson, S., Kloss, J.D. (2002, May). The difference between optimists and pessimists following disclosure about a traumatic event. Poster presented at Research and Venture Day 2002, Drexel and MCPHU. Kloss, J.D., Tweedy, K.T., Gilrain, K., & Szuba, M.P. (2001, November). Psychological and Physiological Correlates of Insomnia during Peri-menopause: A Work in Progress. Poster presented at the 35 th Annual Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy convention. Philadelphia, PA. Kloss, J.D., Tweedy, K.T. (2001, April). Theoretical mechanisms of emotional disclosure: applications to college students. Paper presented at Eastern Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. Kloss, J.D., Szuba, M.P., Ball, W.A., McManus, K.S., Dinges, D.F. (2000) A blinded comparative trial of partial and total sleep deprivation during major depressive episodes. Sleep, 23, 37. Kloss, J.D., Szuba, M.P., Ball, W.A., McManus, K.S., Dinges, D.F. (2000, June). A blinded comparative trial of partial and total sleep deprivation during major depressive episodes. Paper presented at 14 th Annual Meeting of Associated Professional Sleep Societies.
12 Kloss, J.D. 13 Tweedy, K.T., Kloss, J.D., Pereni, A. (2000, May). Theoretical mechanisms of emotional disclosure. Poster presented at MCP/Drexel University Research Day Kloss, J.D. & Lisman, S.A. (1997, November). A study of the effects of narrative disclosure on affect and health. Poster presented at the 27th annual meeting of Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Miami Beach, FL. DeMichele, J., & Lisman, S.A. (1995, November). Treatment of Mentally Ill, Chemically Addicted (MICA) patients, Part II: Clinicians vs. College Students. Poster presented at the 25th annual meeting of Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C. DeMichele, J., & Lisman, S.A. (1994, November). Disease models, attitudes, and attributions in the treatment of MICA patients. Poster presented at the 24th annual meeting of Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Diego, CA. Brandon, T. H., & DeMichele, J.T. (1994, April). Relapse Prevention for self-quit smokers: A Feasibility Study. Poster presented at the 15th annual meeting of Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, MA. DeMichele, J.T., & Norcross, J.C. (1992, April). Personal treatment for psychologists: British findings and American comparisons. Poster presented at the 63rd annual meeting of Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA. DeMichele, J.T., & Norcross, J.C. (1991, April). The future of psychotherapy: The experts predict what's hot and what's not. Poster presented at the 62nd annual meeting of Eastern Psychological Association, New York, NY. Symposia Kloss, J.D. (2003, June). Panelist, Psychological and physiological correlates of sleep quality during menopause and beyond. Symposium presentation delivered at the 17 th Annual Meeting for American Professional Sleep Societies (APSS), Chicago. Kloss, J.D., Chair, Symposium (2003, March). Predictors and enhancers of coping among college students confronted with health concerns. Eastern Psychological Association. Kloss, J.D. (2000, April). Panel Discussant. Traumatic Experience, Disclosure, and Physical Health, presented by James Pennebaker, Ph.D. at the Center for Mind-Body Studies, MCP/Hahnemann University. Kloss, J.D. (2000, March). Chair, Managing medical conditions in children: emphasis on parental response. Eastern Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD. Kloss, J.D. (1999, June) Chair, Symposium: Sleep and Sleepiness in Insomnia. National Meeting for the American Sleep Disorders Association in Orlando, FL.
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