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Dr. Stephen Baker

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    Position: Department Chair, Associate Professor of Psychology

    Department: Psychology, Cancer Care

    Office: Scotus Hall 216

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    814.472.2769

    About Stephen Baker, Ph.D.

    Education

    • Ph.D., Developmental Psychology - University of Houston
    • M.A., Psychology - University of Houston
    • M.A., Psychological Services - The Catholic University of America
    • B.A., Psychology and English - Rhode Island College
    • Teaching & Research
    • Papers & Presentations
    • Professional Memberships
    Teaching & Research

    Specialties

    • Developmental Psychology
    • Cognitive Psychology
    • Health Psychology

    Courses

    • PSYC 101: Introduction to Psychology
    • PSYC 209: Lifespan Development
    • PSYC 305: Memory and Cognition
    • PSYC 421: The Rise and Fall of Autobiographical Memory
    • PSYC 421: The Child in the 21st Century

    Research Interests

    • Autobiographical memories
    Papers & Presentations

    Publications

    • Baker, S. H., & Naus, M. J. (2007). Autobiographical memory in long-term breast cancer survivors: Reminiscence and psychological growth. American Psychological Society. Washington, DC.
    • Baker, S. H., Robinson, A. M., & Naus, M. J. (2007). Autobiographical memories and the self in long-term breast cancer survivors: Does spirituality play a role? Society of Behavioral Medicine. Washington, DC.
    • Baker, S. H. (2005). Autobiographical memory recall in long-term breast cancer survivors: Reminiscence and psychological growth. University of Houston, Psychology, Houston, TX.
    • Baker, S. H. (2005). Test Bank for The Developing Child by H. Bee and D. Boyd. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

    Presentations

    • Robinson, A. M., Baker, S. H., Naus, M. J., and Garcini, L.(2008). Meaning, peace and faith: Testing a revised factor structure for the FACIT-Sp. Poster presented at the Society for Behavioral Medicine annual conference, San Diego, CA.
    • Baker, S. H. and Naus, M. J. (2007). Autobiographical memory in long-term breast cancer survivors: Reminiscence and psychological growth. Poster presentation at the American Psychological Society annual conference, Washington, DC.
    • Baker, S. H., Robinson, A. M., and Naus, M. J. (2007). Autobiographical memories and the self in long term breast cancer survivors: Does spirituality play a role? Poster presentation at the Society of Behavioral Medicine annual conference, Washington, DC.
    Professional Memberships
    • American Psychological Society
    • Society for Research in Child Development
    • Society of Behavioral Medicine