Noah Mosier, PhD
Noah is currently on staff at the Colmery O'Neil VA Medical Center in Topeka, KS. He received his doctoral degree in Psychology from UNL in 2008.
His clinical interests involve the assessment and treatment of psychotic disorders. He is also interested in recovery based interventions and the implementation of recovery oriented programs in mental health settings. Research interests include neuroendocrine functioning in psychotic disorders and the relationship between stress and psychiatric symptoms.
Harris, R.J., & Mosier, N.J. (1999). Memory for metaphors and similes in discourse. Discourse Processes, 28, 257-270.
Publications in Progress
Presentations & Posters
Davis , J.O, Marsden, K.L, & Mosier, N.J. (2002, June) Intrinsic/extrinsic goal effects of mood and immune respones. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Society Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Davis , J.O., Simpson, S.E., Mosier, N.J., Goold, K.R., & Zamouski, J.C. (2002, June). Students’ recognition of goal setting heuristics. Poster session presented at the American Psychological Society Annual Conference, New Orleans, LA.