Dr. Eric Seemann Associate Professor, Psychology Contact 1310 Ben Graves DriveMorton HallRoom 225Huntsville, AL 35899 Campus Map firstname.lastname@example.org Biography Eric A. Seemann, Ph.D., is an associate professor of Psychology at UAH. Dr. Seemann graduated from the University of Alabama with a B.A. Psychology and Criminal Justice (1992) and later completed a M.S. is Applied Psychology (Clinical Track) from Jacksonville State University (1998). In 2003 Dr. Seemann completed a Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Louisiana Tech University. Dr. Seemann completed his pre-doctoral clinical internship with the Federal Correctional Complex in Butner, NC. Dr. Seemann teaches clinically oriented courses in UAH's Psychology Department and he maintains a part time private practice. He volunteers with Crisis Services of North Alabama, Wellstone Behavioral Health (formerly the Mental Health Center of Madison County), and Limestone Correctional Facility. Dr. Seemann serves as a Behavioral Health Officer in the Alabama Army National Guard and has over 15 years of military experience between the Navy, Army, and Army National Guard. Curriculum Vitae Education Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Louisiana Tech University M.S., Applied Psychology, Jacksonville State University B.A., Psychology and Criminal Justice, University of Alabama Expertise Psychological Testing and Assessment Positive and Health Psychology Social Support and Copy Recent Publications Hughes, J.M., Seemann, E.A., George, J.M.,& Willis, K.D.(2019).The Effects of Pre-treatment Depressive Symptoms on Quality of Life Across Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. DOI 10.1007/s10880-018-9568-5 Seemann, E. A., Willis, K. D., Mueller, M. L., Stephenson, D. D., Harden, C. K., George, J. M.,Pinkerton, L. A., & White, M. R. (2012). Sufentanil vs. Fentanyl: Efficacy and Patient Satisfaction with Intrathecal Pain Management. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface. Publication date: May-June 2012 issue. DOI: 10.1111/j.1525-1403.2012.00432.x Price, J., Lumpkin, A. G., Seemann, E. A., & Bell, D. C. (2012). Evaluating the impact of supplemental instruction on short- and long-term retention of course content. Journal of College Reading and Learning, 42(2), 98-116.. Thomas, A., Buboltz, Jr., W. C. Teague, I. K., & Seemann, E. A. (2011). The Multidimensionality of the Desirability of Control Scale. Individual Differences Research, 9(3), 173-182. Seemann, E. A., Carroll, S. J., Woodard, A. N., & Mueller, M. L. (2008). The type of threat matters:Differences in similar magnitude threats elicit differing magnitudes of psychological reactance. North American Journal of Psychology, 10, 583-594. Michael, K.C.,Torres, A.,& Seemann, E.A.(2007).Adolescents' health habits, coping styles and self-concept are predicted by exposure to interparental conflict. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 48, 155-174. Neuschatz, J. S., Neuschatz, J. J., Seemann, E. A., & Noble, A. (2006). Lineup identification:combating the effect of post-identification feedback. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 6, 63-72. Seemann, E., Buboltz, W., Thomas, A., Soper, B., & Wilkinson, A. (2005). Normal personality variables and their relationship to psychological reactance. Individual Differences Research, 3,88-98. Buboltz, W., & Thomas, A., Williams, D., Seemann, E., Soper, B., & Woller, K. (2004). Psychological reactance: Expanding the nomological net. Personality and Individual Difference, 3, 88-98. Schwartz, J., Buboltz, W., Seemann, E., and Flye, A. (2004). Personality style: Predictors of masculine gender-role conflict in male prison inmates. Journal of Men and Masculinity, 5, 59-64.