Research interest(s)/area of expertise
Health psychology, psychosocial influences on pain
- Ph.D. Candidate, Clinical Psychology, Wayne State University, Expected 2021
- M.A., Clinical Psychology, Wayne State University, 2018
- B.A., Psychology (Highest Distinction), University of Michigan, 2012
Pester, B. D., Caño, A., Kostecki, T., & Wurm, L. H. (2020). How do I help my partner in pain? Partners’ helping behaviors are linked to lower pain and greater perceived validation during an experimental pain task. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 54, 280-290.
Clark, S. M., Leonard, M. T., Caño, A., & Pester, B. (2018). Beyond operant theory of observer reinforcement of pain behavior. In T. Venvoort, K. Karos, Z. Trost, & K. M. Prkachin (Eds.), Social and interpersonal dynamics in pain: We don’t suffer alone (pp. 273-293). New York, NY: Springer.
PSY 3350 Personality Psychology, 3 credits, Spring/Summer 2019
PSY 3020 Research Methods in Psychology, 4 credits, Fall 2017, Winter 2018
PSY 3993 Laboratory in Experimental Psychology, 2 credits, Fall 2016, Winter 2017
PSY 1010 Introduction to Psychology, 4 credits, Fall 2015, Winter 2016