Albertus Magnus Hall 117
Ph.D. - Psychology-Behavioral Neuroscience; St. Louis University
Area(s) of Expertise:
Neuroscience/psychology of fear, animal models of psychopathology, superstitious conditioning, affective neuroscience
Rauch, Shannon., Strobel, Cara., Bella, Megan., Zachary, Odachowski., Bloom, Christopher. (2014). Face to face VS Facebook: Does exposure to social networking we sites augment or attenuate physiological arousal among the socially anxious?.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, & Social Networking., 17 (3), 1239-1248.
Sheehan, Kelly., Van Reet, Jennifer., Bloom, Christopher. Measuring preschoolers’ superstitious tendencies.
Behavioural Processes, 91, 172-176.
Post, Ryan., Dahlborg, Kaitlyn., O'Loughlin, Lauren., Bloom, Christopher. (2014). Effects of juvenile exposure to predator odor on adolescent and adult anxiety and pain nociception.
Physiology & Behavior, 131, 57-61.
Bloom, Christopher., Post, Ryan., Blumenthal, Brittany., Doyle, Caroline., Peters, Brenna., Mazick, Joshua. (2013). The discriminated punishment model of phobia..
Neuropsychiatric Disease & Treatment, (9), 1239-1248.
Bloom, Christopher., Holly, Shareen. (2011). Toward new avenues in the treatment of non-suicidal self-injury..
The Journal of Pharmacy & Practice, 25 (4), 472-477.
Bloom, Christopher., Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL, "Poster: A Novel Animal Model of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury (NSSI)". May, 2012.
Bloom, Christopher., International Society for the Study of Self-Injury, New York City, NY, "A novel animal model for the exploration of neurochemical factors in NSSI". June, 2011.
Bloom, Christopher., Association of Psychological Science, Washington, DC, "Phobias: Discriminated Punishment Versus Avoidance; Poster: The Role of Environmental Stressors in Stimulant Elicited Self-Injurious Behaviors". May, 2011.
Bloom, Christopher., Eastern Psychological Association (EPA), Boston, MA, March, 2011.
Bloom, Christopher., Eastern Psychological Association, Brooklyn, NY, "Self-injurious behavior vs. Non-suicidal self-injury: The CNS stimulant Pemoline as a model of self-destructive behavior". March, 2010.
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