Stephen M Schueller, PhD

Stephen M Schueller, PhD

Assistant Professor of Preventive Medicine (Behavioral Medicine)



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Chicago IL 60611

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Education and Certification

PhD: University of Pennsylvania, Clinical Psychology (2011)
Postdoctoral Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco, Psychiatry (2012)


Description of Interests

Dr. Schueller received his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania where his research focused on well-being, happiness, positive psychology interventions, and individualized intervention sequences. His current research interests include using Internet interventions in behavioral and mental health service delivery. Specifically, he is interested in how technology can aid users in receiving what they most need by providing opportunities to incorporate users’ choices, patterns of behavior, or characteristics to individualize care. He has conducted work on interventions to promote well-being, smoking cessation, and depression prevention with a strong focus on creating interventions that can be widely disseminated and thus provide services worldwide.

Interests (Keywords)

Depression; Internet Intervention; Psychology

Research and Publications

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