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Samuel F. Sears

Professor of Psychology and Director of Health Psychology

East Carolina University

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East Carolina University

1500 Greenville Centre 2200 S. Charles Blvd.

Greenville, North Carolina,27858

United States

Company Description

The mission of the East Carolina University Educational Foundation, Inc., d/b/a/ the Pirate Club, is to be the friend-raising and fund-raising arm of East Carolina University's Division I athletics program, representing the highest principles of honesty and in...more

Background Information

Employment History

Associate Professor of Clinical and Health Psychology

UF


Director of the Doctoral Program In Health Psychology

ECU


UF Psychologist

College of Public Health and Health Professions


Affiliations

The Oakwood School

Board Member


EMS

Advisory Board Member


Thomas Harriott College of Arts and Sciences

Member of the Department of Psychology


Education

B.S.

clinical health psychology

University of Florida


Jr. PhD


M.S.

clinical health psychology

University of Florida


Ph.D.

clinical health psychology

University of Florida


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About the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation | Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation

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Samuel F. Sears, PhD, Professor and Director of Health Psychology, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC
Sam Sears, PhD Professor and Director of Health Psychology East Carolina University Dr. Sears is Professor and Director of Health Psychology at East Carolina University. He holds joint appointments in Department of Cardiovascular Sciences and the Department of Psychology. He is a nationally recognized expert in the psychological care and quality of life outcomes of implantable cardioverter defibrillator (ICD) patients and has published over 75 articles in the medicine literature on the psychological aspects of cardiology. Dr. Sears is the principal investigator on funded grants related to psychosocial treatments for ICD patients. Dr. Sears was honored by his peers by being awarded the "Early Career Contributions to Psychology Award" by the Florida Psychological Association in 1998. He received five Teacher of the Year awards for both Research and Classroom teaching from the students of his department. Dr. Sears is married to Staci Evans, his wife of 14 years, and they have two sons, Jackson and Brandon, and live in Greenville, NC.


Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure | Health Store

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Samuel Sears, director of health psychology programs at East Carolina University, in Greenville, N.C., said the report is important but its focus misses the "mental benefits" of alternative treatments.
"Patients seek and may gain broader benefits from some of these therapies, such as psychological and perceived control of their condition," he said.


Exercise, Alternative Therapies May Help Lower Blood Pressure

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Samuel Sears, director of health psychology programs at East Carolina University, in Greenville, N.C., said the report is important but its focus misses the "mental benefits" of alternative treatments.
"Patients seek and may gain broader benefits from some of these therapies, such as psychological and perceived control of their condition," he said. SOURCES: Robert Brook, M.D., associate professor, medicine, division of cardiovascular medicine, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Ph.D., M.D., associate professor, medicine and of epidemiology and biostatistics, University of California, San Francisco; Samuel F. Sears, Ph.D., professor and director, health psychology programs, East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C.; April 22, 2013, Hypertension


Presbyterian: Faculty

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Samuel Sears, PhD
East Carolina University


Gunnar Swanson

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Sam Sears (links open in new tabs) is a psychologist at East Carolina University (where I teach graphic design.) Sam has pioneered the study of the emotional outfall of implantable cardioverter defibrillators (ICDs.) He lectures and consults widely.
The project was to put Sam in a bottle with ICD Coach, an app for mobile devices, a website, etc. QOL-Apps (as in Quality of Life Applications) was the parent company.


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