Todman, McWelling

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McWelling Todman
PhD 1986, New School for Social Research
Associate Professor of Clinical Practice and Department Chair; Director, Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling Program

Profile:
Concentrations: Psychopathology; biosocial and cognitive theories of addiction.

McWelling Todman discusses teaching and learning at Lang in a project made possible with a grant from Bringing Theory to Practice.   
Recent Publications:

"Self-Regulation and Social Competence: Psychological Studies in Identity, Achievement and Work-Family Dynamics," ATNIER Press (2009); "The Aging Methadone Patient: Treatment Adjustment, Long-Term Success and Quality of Life," Journal of Opioid Management (coauthor, 2009); “Boredom and Psychotic Disorders: Cognitive and Motivational Issues,” Psychiatry: Biological and Interpersonal Processes (2003); “Schematic Processing of Cigarette Smoking and Drinking Information: Separate or Shared?,” Addiction Research and Theory (coauthor, 2003); “Symptom Monitoring: A Proposed Modification of the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS) for Use with Chronically Psychotic Patients,” Proceedings from the International Conference on Social Sciences (2002); “Attitudes Toward Medications and Perceived Competence among Chronically Psychotic Patients,” Psychological Reports (1997); “Behavioral Treatment of Auditory Hallucinatory Responding of a Schizophrenic Patient,” Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry (1996).

"Boredom and Psychotic Disorders: Cognitive and Motivational Issues", Psychiatry (Summer 2003; 66, 2) pp. 146-167.

"Schematic Processing of Cigarette Smoking and Drinking Information: Separate or Shared?", Addiction Research and Theory, (October 2003; vol. 11, no. 5) pp. 295-315"

"Symptom Monitoring: A Proposed Modification of the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS) for use With Chronically Psychotic Patients in a Therapeutic Mileu", Proceedings from the International Conference on Social Sciences (2002).

Office Location:
Room 618, 80 5th Ave.
Office Hours:
By Appointment
Phone Number/Extension:
212-229-5727, ext. 3258

Fax Number:
212 989 0946

Email:
todmanm@newschool.edu

Research Interests:
Cognitive and motivational processes in psychotic and substance related disorders; symptom unawareness and chronic boredom in psychopathology.


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