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Dr. Michelle Rowe

Dr. Rowe is a licensed psychologist who has taught courses in health psychology, chronic illnesses, disabilities, alternative medicine, non-traditional therapies, public health behaviors, statistics, and research methods. Areas of research include dental fear and phobia, personality style relating to stress and burnout, college students participating in service learning or community volunteerism. Additionally, she was instrumental in the foundation of the Kinney Center for Autism, which provides multi-disciplinary education and research opportunities for students, teachers, professionals, and parents who seek to improve and extend opportunities, outcomes, quality of life, and best practices in the treatment of Autism. Her recent publications have appeared in the Journal of Behavioral Medicine, the American Journal of Health Behavior, the American Journal of Health Studies, the Journal of Dental Hygiene, the Journal of Prevention, and Intervention in the Community.


  • BS degree in Psychology from Glassboro State College
  • Masters and Ph.D. from Temple University

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