William M. Sherman
Ph.D., New York University, New York, NY
Phone: (203) 392-6877
Health Beliefs & Practices
Motherhood/Fatherhood, Stress, & Work-Family Balance
Psychotropic Medication Prescription Practices
Abnormal Psychology; Health Psychology; Applied Behavior Analysis; Educational Psychology;
Psychology & Film
Currently running: Does race/ethnicity/gender of patients affect psychiatric medication prescribing practices?
Proposed project: A comparison of the psychiatric medication prescribing practices of psychiatrists (MDs) and advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs)
Recent Conference Presentations:
Suckle-Nelson, J. A., Sherman, W. M., Salabarria, J., Covino, V., & Young, A. (2015). Gender and psychiatric drug prescriptions among Intellectually Disabled individuals. Poster presented at: The 2015 annual convention of the Association for Women in Psychology, San Francisco, CA.
Sherman, W. M., & Vancour, M. L. (2015). Academic parents still walk a tightrope. Paper presented at: The 2015 American Association of University Professors (AAUP) Conference on the State of Higher Education, Washington, D.C.
Sherman, W. M., & Vancour, M. L. (2015). Work-life balance and health-promoting behaviors of academic parents. Paper presented at: CSCU Work Life Family Conference, New Britain, CT.