Angelo DiBello, Ph.D.
B.A., Psychology, University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, 2009
M.A., Clinical Counseling Psychology, La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA, 2011
M.A., Psychology, University of Houston, Houston, TX, 2013
Ph.D., Social Psychology, University of Houston, TX, 2015
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Brown University, Center for Alcohol and Addiction Students, Providence, RI, 2017
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, City University of New York (CUNY),
Brooklyn College & Graduate Center (Basic and Appreciated Social
Psychology & Health Psychology and Clinical Science)
Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Brown
Dr. Angelo DiBello is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at CUNY Brooklyn College, an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Brown University, and is the Director of the Social Health Addiction & Relationship Processes (SHARP) Laboratory at Brooklyn College. Dr. DiBello earned his Ph.D. in Social Psychology in 2015 from the University of Houston, and completed his postdoctoral training in 2017 at the Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies at Brown University. Dr. DiBello has published over 60 peer reviewed publications and is both the Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator of several ongoing randomized clinical trials funded by the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA). Dr. DiBello is an applied social psychologist who researches intervention strategies to promote health behavior change in the context of addictive behaviors as well as the impact of substance use on romantic relationship processes.
Lorra Garey, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Houston
Research Assistant Professor, University of Houston
Dr. Lorra Garey is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Houston. She earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston. Her primary research interests focus on elucidating and attenuating health disparities among underserved and vulnerable populations by examining the interplay between substance use and psychological vulnerabilities and addressing malleable risk factors, including tobacco use, in the context of transdiagnostic interventions. Within this model, Lorra is particularly interested in the efficacy of brief, personalized feedback interventions to reduce tobacco use, alcohol use, and symptoms related to anxiety and depression among smokers with co-occurring psychopathology and tobacco dependence.
Lindsey M. Rodriguez, Ph.D.
BS Psychology, University of Florida 2008
MA Social Psychology, University of Houston 2010
PhD Social Psychology, University of Houston 2014
Assistant Professor, University of South Florida
Dr. Lindsey Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor at the University of South Florida. She earned her Ph.D in Social Psychology from the University of Houston. Her research interests include alcohol use and romantic relationships, alcohol use in military populations, the development and evaluation of brief alcohol interventions, expressive writing as a brief intervention for alcohol use and romantic conflict, and gender differences in links between romantic conflict and alcohol use.
- Rescuing Animals
- Eating :)
Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=YUWJ9rQAAAAJ&hl=en
Mai-Ly Steers, Ph.D.
B.A., Biology, University of Southern California, 1999
B.A., Broadcast Journalism, University of Southern California, 1999
M.A., Communication Studies, California State University, Los Angeles, 2007
M.A., Psychology, University of Houston, 2012
Ph.D., Social Psychology, University of Houston, 2015
Assistant Professor at the School of Nursing at Duquesne University
Assistant Research Professor at the University of Houston (courtesy appointment)