Susan Stoner, PhD

Education

Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Washington, 2003
Internship/Residency, Clinical Psychology, Harvard Medical School, Brockton VAMC, 2001
B.A., Psychology, Johns Hopkins University, 1991

Department Affiliations

Recent Publications

OPRM1 Moderates Daily Associations of Naltrexone Adherence With Alcohol Consumption: Preliminary Evidence From a Mobile Health Trial.
(2020 Apr)
Alcohol Clin Exp Res 44(4): 983-991
Hendershot CS, Dermody SS, Wardell JD, Zaso MJ, Kennedy JL, Stoner SA

Predictors of Daily Adherence to Naltrexone for Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment During a Mobile Health Intervention.
(2018 Aug 16)
Ann Behav Med 52(9): 787-797
Dermody SS, Wardell JD, Stoner SA, Hendershot CS

Brief telephone-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy targeted to parents of children with functional abdominal pain: a randomized controlled trial.
(2017 Apr)
Pain 158(4): 618-628
Levy RL, Langer SL, van Tilburg MAL, Romano JM, Murphy TB, Walker LS, Mancl LA, Claar RL, DuPen MM, Whitehead WE, Abdullah B, Swanson KS, Baker MD, Stoner SA, Christie DL, Feld AD

Effects of a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intervention Trial to Improve Disease Outcomes in Children with Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
(2016 Sep)
Inflamm Bowel Dis 22(9): 2134-48
Levy RL, van Tilburg MA, Langer SL, Romano JM, Walker LS, Mancl LA, Murphy TB, Claar RL, Feld SI, Christie DL, Abdullah B, DuPen MM, Swanson KS, Baker MD, Stoner SA, Whitehead WE

Randomized controlled trial of a mobile phone intervention for improving adherence to naltrexone for alcohol use disorders.
(2015)
PLoS One 10(4): e0124613
Stoner SA, Arenella PB, Hendershot CS

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