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Joshua Landvatter

Joshua Landvatter

Graduate Student, Social Psychology, Health Psychology

Adviser: Bert Uchino

Curriculum Vitae

Contact Information

Office: 816 BEHS
Phone: 801-577-7362
Email: Joshua.Landvatter@hsc.utah.edu

Research Interests

Physiological pathways by which stress and social relationships may influence physical health outcomes.

Publications

Uchino, B.N., Cronan, S., Scott, E., Landvatter, J., & Papadakis, M. (in press).  Social support and stress, depression, and cardiovascular disease.  In P. Chantler & K. Larkin (Eds.), Cardiovascular Implications of Stress and Depression.  New York: Elsevier.

Uchino, Bert N, Joshua Landvatter, Sierra Cronan, Emily Scott, Michael Papadakis, Timothy W Smith, Jos A Bosch, and Samantha Joel. "Self-Rated Health and Inflammation: A Test of Depression and Sleep Quality as Mediators." Psychosomatic Medicine (2019): Psychosomatic Medicine, 08 February 2019. Web.

Weeks H, Tadler S, Smith K, Iacob E, Saccoman M, White A, Landvatter J, Chelune G, Suchy Y, Clark E, Cahalan M, Bushnell L, Sakata D, Light A, Light K. Antidepressant and neurocognitive effects of isoflurane anesthesia versus electroconvulsive therapy in refractory depression. PLOS ONE. Published Jan. 24, 2013, corrected 2017. 

Last Updated: 4/16/19