Sarah Mayer-Brown, PhD
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Pediatric Psychology Predoctoral Internship - Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Columbus, OH
Pediatric Psychology Postdoctoral Fellowship - Nationwide Children’s Hospital; Columbus, OH
BA in Psychology - George Washington University, Washington, DC
PhD in Clinical & Health Psychology - University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
MS in Clinical & Health Psychology - University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Assistant Professor, Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania
Mayer-Brown, S., Basch, M. C., Robinson, M. E., & Janicke, D. M. (2018). Impact of Child and Maternal Weight on Healthcare Trainee Clinical Assessment Decision Making: A Virtual Human Study. Childhood Obesity.
Mayer-Brown, S., Lawless, C., Fedele, D., Dumont-Driscoll, M., & Janicke, D. M. (2016). The effects of media, self-esteem, and BMI on youth's unhealthy weight control behaviors. Eating Behaviors, 21, 59-65.
Lim, C. S., Mayer-Brown, S. J., Clifford, L. M., & Janicke, D. M. (2014). Pain is associated with physical activity and health-related quality of life in overweight and obese children. Children's Health Care, 43(3), 186-202.
Mayer-Brown, S., Huston, P., & Alioto, A. (March, 2017). Psychological profiles among adolescents treated in an inpatient rumination syndrome program. Poster presented at the National Conference in Pediatric Psychology in Portland, OR.
Mayer-Brown, S., & Janicke, D.M. (April, 2016). Influence of patient and parent characteristics on assessment of pediatric chronic pain patients using virtual human technology. Poster presented at the National Conference in Pediatric Psychology in Atlanta, GA.
2012-2014, Center for Pediatric and Family Studies Mini Grant
2009, Summa Cum Laude, George Washington University
Journal of Adolescent Health
Journal of Pediatric Psychology
2015-present, Society of Pediatric Psychology – Pediatric Gastroenterology Special Interest Group
2011-present, American Psychological Association
2011-present, Society of Pediatric Psychology
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