Karen Quigley, PhD
Karen Quigley, PhD joined CHQOER as a Core Investigator in 2010. Previously, she served as Associate Director for Research at the War Related illness and Injury Study Center at the East Orange (New Jersey) VA. Dr. Quigley's research centers on pre- and post-deployment physical health and related risk and resilience factors. She is particularly interested in cardiovascular psychophysiology, individual differences in stress reactivity, and the role of stress in symptom reporting and health decisionmaking.
Association between self-monitoring of blood glucose and diet among minority patients with diabetes. McAndrew LM, Horowitz CR, Lancaster KJ, Quigley KS, Pogach LM, Mora PA, Leventhal H. J Diabetes. 2011 Jun;3(2):147-52.
Chronic widespread pain, mental health, and physical role function in OEF/OIF veterans. Helmer DA, Chandler HK, Quigley KS, Blatt M, Teichman R, Lange G. Pain Med. 2009 Oct;10(7):1174-82.
A comparative validation of sympathetic reactivity in children and adults. Quigley KS, Stifter CA. Psychophysiology. 2006 Jul;43(4):357-65.
Locus of control predicts appraisals and cardiovascular reactivity to a novel active coping task. Weinstein SE, Quigley KS. J Pers. 2006 Jun;74(3):911-31.
Cardiovascular patterns associated with threat and challenge appraisals: a within-subjects analysis. Quigley KS, Barrett LF, Weinstein S. Psychophysiology. 2002 May;39(3):292-302.