Hyoung Suk Lee, Ph.D.
My current research interests include the impact of psychosocial factors (e.g., implicit attitudes, reinforcement sensitivity) on health behaviors such as smoking and marijuana use. Additionally I focus on the adaptation of a comprehensive model of health status and the psychological measurement in a variety of populations.
- Developing implicit cognition measures
- Health Psychology
- Diversity and Health Psychology
- Chemical Dependency
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Lee, H.S., Catley, D., & Harris, K.J. (2014). Improving understanding of the quitting process: Psychological predictors of quit attempts versus smoking cessation maintenance among college students. Substance Use & Misuse, 49(10), 1332-1339. PMID: 24758706
Jacobson, J.D., Catley, D., Lee, H.S., Harrar, S.W., & Harris, K.J. (2014). Health risk perceptions predict smoking-related outcomes in Greek college students. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 28(3), 743-751. PMID: 25222173
Lee, H.S., Catley, D., & Harris, K.J. (2012). A comparison of autonomous regulation and negative self-evaluative emotions as predictors of smoking behavior change among college students. Journal of Health Psychology, 17(4), 600-609. PMID: 21911436
Lee, H.S., & Cohn, L.D. (2010). Assessing coping strategies by analyzing expressive writing samples. Stress and Health, 26(3), 250-260.
Lee, H.S., Kim, D.K., & Kim, J.H. (2006). Stress in caregivers in demented people in Korea – modification of Pearlin and colleagues’ stress model. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 21(8), 784-791. PMID: 16906634