Benjamin D'Angelo, PhD
Benjamin D'Angelo, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin and is a Staff Psychologist at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center and Cleveland (WI) VA Outpatient Clinic. Dr. D'Angelo completed his internship at the Milwaukee VAMC after receiving his doctorate from Marquette University. He attended Miami (OH) University for his Undergraduate training. Dr. D'Angelo's academic interests include: research on substance abuse treatment, help-seeking behavior, and factors that influence outcome in cognitive-behavioral treatments for certain medical conditions.
A few publications include:
Saunders, S., Zygowics, K. D’Angelo, B., & Klockow, L. (2006). Person-related and treatment- related barriers to alcohol treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 30, 261- 270.
McKiernan, K., D’Angelo, B., Kaufman, J., & Binder, J. (2006). Interrupting the “Stream of Consciousness”: An fMRI Investigation. Neuroimage, 29, 1185-1191.
D’Angelo, B. & Wierzbicki, M. (2003). Relations of daily hassles and both anxious and depressed mood in students. Psychological Reports, 92, 416-418.