Jennifer R. Antick, PhD

Professor | Co-Director of Health Psychology Track
503-352-2612
UC Box 
A-191
HPC-2, Room 276

Roles and Interests

Instructor 

  • Health Psychology
  • Brief Psychotherapies
  • Psychological Assessment and Treatment of Chronic Pain
  • Health Psychology Track Seminar
     
  • Dissertation Chair

Clinical & Research Interests

Medical decision-making, organ transplantation, resilience, strengths assessment and treatment, coping with chronic and life-threatening illness

Education

  • PhD, University of Southern Mississippi, 1995, Clinical Psychology
  • MA, Chapman University, 1990, Pre-Clinical Psychology
  • BA, Chapman University, 1987, Psychology, C.C. Chapman Scholar

Professional Membership

  • APA Division 38 Health Psychology
  • Western Psychological Association
  • Society for Behavioral Medicine
  • Licensed Psychologist, Oregon and Washington State

Selected Recent Publications (*denotes student author)

Antick, J. R., *Bennett-Reeves, T., *Pawar, S., *Ray, J., *Johnson, B., *Lee, C-Y., …& *Martin, J. (submission, March, 2019). Behavior mapping: Use of a hospital therapeutic garden. Submitted to Journal of Environment and Behavior.

Antick, J. R., *Sawitsky, H., *Bennett-Reeves, T. (submission, March, 2019). Impact of an outdoor adventure program for adult burn survivors. Submitted to Journal of Experiential Education.

Selected Recent Presentations (*denotes student author)

*Elterman, S., & Antick, J. R. (2019, March). The Metacognitive Scale for Insomnia: Validation and extension within the context of pre-sleep secondary cognitive arousal. Submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, scheduled for Washington, DC.

*Stone, E., & Antick, J. R. (2018, March). Health beliefs and knowledge related to HPV vaccination. Submitted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, scheduled for Washington, DC.

*Lee, A., & Antick, J. R. (2018, April). Relationship between attentional bias and thought suppression in chronic pain. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

*Pawar, S., Antick, J. R., & Seawell, A. (2018, April). Does adding natural elements to a pain clinic waiting room influence patient’s anxiety, pain ratings, or perception of their healthcare experience? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

*Pleet, M., Antick, J. R., &  (2018, April). The relationship between food addiction and Type 2 diabetes. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.

*Razmjou, E., Antick, J. R., Brems, C. (2018, April). Integrating adaptive yoga into an interdisciplinary pain treatment program. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Oregon.