Christine A Hovanitz
Department of Psychiatry
University of Cincinnati
United States of America
Christine Hovanitz’ research interests are the psychological mechanisms underlying regulation and dysregulation of physiological states; the theological and philosophical origins of the mind/body dualism; and the psychophysiological, affective, and motivational mediators of psychological and physical disorders. Her teaching interests lie in Health Psychology, Personality, and personality assessment.
Psychological mechanisms underlying regulation and dysregulation of physiological state; theological and philosophical origins of mind/body dualism; psychophysiological, affective, and motivational mediators of psychological and physical disorders; mechanisms through which stress results in dysfunction.
Hovanitz, Christine A, & Thatcher, Dawn Lindsay (2011). Academic Aptitude as a Predictor of Headache Proneness During College: Could Headache be an Outcome of Low Test Scores?. International journal of behavioral medicine. DOI;10.1007/S12529-010-9137-2
Ramierez, M. J., Schefft, B. K., Howe, S. R., Hovanitz, C., Yeh, H., & Privitera, M. D. (2010). Comparing Interictal Language Functioning in Mesial Temporal Lobe and Frontal Lobe. Epilepsy and Behavior, 18, 64-73.
Hovanitz, Christine A, Hursh, Adrienne N, & Hudepohl, Adam D (2011). Dimensions of affect modulated by perceived mood regulation ability. Applied psychophysiology and biofeedback, 36(2), 113-9.