Ph.D., University of Wyoming, 2016
M.S., University of Wyoming, 2012
B.A., Luther College, 2007
- Clinical Health Psychology
- Chronic Disease Self-Management
My current program of research examines psychological and social factors that contribute to sub-optimal health behaviors and cardiometabolic outcomes among adults with chronic disease. Specifically, my research is focused on improving our current understanding of the ways that psychological vulnerabilities (e.g., difficulties regulating emotion, maladaptive beliefs) as well as various types of social support impact individuals’ ability to effectively manage their chronic health conditions – particularly among adults with diabetes.
Dr. Lee plans to accept a graduate student for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Psy 410: Health Psychology