Katie Devine, PhD
Dr. Devine's research focuses on child and adolescent health psychology, including psychosocial aspects of chronic illness, adherence to medical regimens, coping with pain, and posttraumatic growth following illness. Current projects include examining neuropsychological and psychosocial functioning in adolescents with spina bifida, exploring posttraumatic growth in survivors of childhood illnesses, and examining adherence and health-related quality of life in transplant recipients.
- Postdoctoral Fellow in Pediatric Psychology, Loyola University Chicago
- PhD, 2008, Clinical Psychology, University of Georgia
- Holmbeck, G. N., & Devine, K. A. (2009). Editorial: An author's checklist for measure development and validation manuscripts. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 34, 691-696.
- Lehmkuhl, H.D., Merlo, L.J., Devine, K. A., Gaines, J., Storch, E.A., Silverstein, J.H., & Geffken, G. (2009). Perceptions of type 1 diabetes among affected youth and their peers. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 16, 209-215.
- Blount, R.L., Devine, K.A., Cheng, P., Simons, L., & Hayutin, L. (2008). The impact of adult behaviors and vocalizations on infant distress during immunization injections. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 1163-1174.
- Blount, R. L., Simons, L., Devine, K. A., Jaaniste, T., Cohen, L., Chambers, C., et al. (2008). Evidence-based assessment of coping and stress in pediatric psychology. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 33, 1021-1045.
- Devine, K. A., Storch, E., Geffken, G. R., Freddo, M., Humphrey, J., & Silverstein, J. H. (2008). Prospective study of peer victimization and social-psychological adjustment in children with endocrine disorders. Journal of Child Health Care, 12, 76-86.