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View Dr. Pereira’s profile on the CHP website.
Diego is from Northern California (Oakland) and attended Pomona College in Claremont. As an undergraduate, he worked with preschool children from low-income/underserved families through Jumpstart/Head Start programs. After graduating, he […]
Shan attended the University of Florida as an undergraduate (Go Gators!), earning a B.S. in Psychology while on the Pre-health track. She enjoys working with cancer patients and learning about […]
Laura Telepak, M.S., is a graduate student in Clinical and Health Psychology focusing in health psychology. Laura obtained her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Italian studies from Miami University in […]
Objective: Stroke is a leading cause of death and disability. Various forms of positive psychological health (e.g., emotional vitality) are associated with lower risk for heart disease. However, it is...
Relationships among spousal communication, self-efficacy, and motivation among expectant Latino fathers who smoke.
Objective: Cigarette smoking is a prevalent problem among Latinos, yet little is known about what factors motivate them to quit smoking or make them feel more confident that they can. Given cultural...
Framing and personalizing informed consent to prevent negative expectations: An experimental pilot study.
Objective: Informing patients about medical treatments and their possible side effects is ethically and legally obligatory but may trigger negative expectations and nocebo-related side effects. This...
Objective: Given the critical role of behavior in preventing and treating chronic diseases, it is important to accelerate the development of behavioral treatments that can improve chronic disease...
Antecedents and mediators of physical activity in endometrial cancer survivors: Increasing physical activity through steps to health.
Objective: Research has shown that physical activity (PA) has a positive effect on cancer survivors, including improving quality of life, improving physical fitness, and decreasing risk for cancer...
Editorial says prevention efforts important part of health care planning
Nation’s largest non-government, not-for-profit cancer research funder awards 77 grants totaling nearly $38 million in second of two cycles for 2015
American Cancer Society Awards Medal of Honor For Extraordinary Contributions in the Fight to End Cancer
Four Individuals and One Foundation Earn the Society’s Highest Honor
Raising public awareness may be important factor to address issue