Psychosocial factors and coronary heart disease, including such factors as social support, Type A behavior and hostility, and depression, exercise training and depression in the elderly; behavioral approaches to the treatment of hypertension (e.g., weight loss and exercise); cardiac rehabilitation; neuropsychological outcomes following cardiac surgery; psychosocial aspects of heart and lung transplantation; exercise training and osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia; compliance.
Education and Training
- Ph.D., University of Washington, 1975
- Sleep Quality and Mechanisms of Cardiovascular Risk in Adults with Hypertension
- Improving Lung Transplant Outcomes with Coping Skills and Physical Activity
- Duke Creating ADRD Researchers for the Next Generation - Stimulating Access to Research in Residency Program (CARiNG-StARR)"
- Molecular Transducers of Physical Activity and Health: NC Consortium Clinical Site
- Exercise and Pharmacotherapy for Anxiety in Cardiac Patients
- Cognitive Effects of Body Temperature During Hypothermic Circulatory Arrest