Robert C. Coghill, PhD

Suzan R. Farris

Clinical Studies Coordinator

E-mail: sfarris@wakehealth.edu

Education

BA, Wake Forest University, 2006

Selected Publications

McCall, W.V., Batson, N., Webster, M., Joshi, I., Derreberry, T., McDonough, A., and Farris, S.R. (in press). A psychometric cut-point to separate emergently suicidal depressed patients from stable depressed outpatients. Indian Journal of Psychiatry.

  McCall, W.V., Batson, N., Webster, M., Case, L.D., Joshi, I., Derreberry, T., McDonough, A., and Farris, S.R. Nightmares and dysfunctional beliefs about sleep mediate the effect of insomnia symptoms on suicidal ideation. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 2013; 9, 135-140.

Farris, S.R., Ostafin, B.D., and Palfai, T.B. Distractability moderates the relation between automatic alcohol motivation and drinking behavior. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 2010; 24, 151-156.

Farris, S.R., and Ostafin, B.D. Alcohol consumption primes automatic alcohol-approach associations. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 2008; 34, 703-711.

 

Quick Reference

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Phone 336-716-4368

Dr. Barry E. Stein
Chairman

bestein@wakehealth.edu

Dr. Barry E. Stein, Chairman
Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy
Wake Forest School of Medicine
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