Dr. Tom Dinzeo
B.A. University of Minnesota; M.A. and Ph.D. Kent State University Specialty Areas: Schizophrenia-spectrum disorders; stress and emotion, individual differences and personality characteristics within psychotic disorders; The relationship between health behaviors (e.g., substance use, stress management, exercise & nutrition) and outcomes in those with schizophrenia-spectrum conditions.
Office: 116D Robinson Hall
Dinzeo, T.J., Thayasivam, U., & Sledjeski, E.M. (2013). The development of The Lifestyle and Habits Questionnaire-Brief version: Relationship to quality of life and stress in college students. Prevention Science, 15, 103-114
Cohen, A.S., Najolia, G.M., Kim, Y. & Dinzeo, T.J. (2012). On the Boundaries of blunt affect/alogia across severe mental illness: Implications for Research Domain Criteria. Schizophrenia Research, 140, 41-45.
Dinzeo, T.J., Cohen, A.S., Nienow, T.M., Docherty, N.M (2008). Arousability in Schizophrenia: Relationship to Emotional and Physiological Reactivity and Symptom Severity. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 117, 432-9.
Cohen, A.S., Alpert, M., Nienow, T.M., Dinzeo, T.J., Docherty, N.M. (2008). Computerized Analysis of Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia. Journal of Psychiatric Research.42, 827-836.
Davidson, L., Schmutte, T., Dinzeo, T.J., & Andres-Hyman, R. (2008). Remission and Recovery in Schizophrenia: Practitioner and Patient Perspectives. Schizophrenia Bulletin, 34, 5?8.
Dinzeo, T.J., & Docherty, N.M. (2007). Normal personality characteristics in schizophrenia: A review of the literature involving the FFM. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease,195, 421-429.