Deanna Halliday, PhD

Title(s)Postdoctoral Scholar, Cardiovascular Research Inst
SchoolSchool of Medicine
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-0303-0622 Additional info
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    University of California, Merced, Merced, CAPhD2023Health Psychology
    California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CAMA2016Experimental Psychology
    California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CABA2014Psychology
    California State University, Fresno, Fresno, CABA2014English

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    Deanna M. Halliday, PhD, received her doctorate in Psychological Sciences (Health Psychology) from the University of California, Merced. Prior to joining the CTCRE, she was awarded a TRDRP pre-doctoral fellowship for her dissertation work on tobacco and cannabis co-use. Her work examines the multi-level factors that contribute to tobacco and cannabis use spanning from internal psychological factors to social and community-level factors. Dr. Halliday hopes to further explore the phenomena of co-use in under-resourced, rural, or otherwise vulnerable communities.

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    1. Variances in Smoking Expectancies Predict Moment-to-Moment Smoking Behaviors in Everyday Life. Int J Behav Med. 2024 Apr 03. Halliday DM, Zawadzki MJ, Song AV. PMID: 38570426.
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    2. Marijuana and E-cigarette Initiation Among Adolescents: A Survival Analysis. J Adolesc Health. 2023 Dec 10. Temourian AA, Halliday DM, Yan Y, Chan-Golston AM, Song AV. PMID: 38085208.
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    3. Perceptions of COVID-related risks among people who smoke: A mediation model. Prev Med Rep. 2023 Jun; 33:102205. Halliday DM, Epperson AE, Gonzalez M, Song AV. PMID: 37193534; PMCID: PMC10106784.
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    4. Why do smokers use e-cigarettes? A study on reasons among dual users. Prev Med Rep. 2022 Oct; 29:101924. Temourian AA, Song AV, Halliday DM, Gonzalez M, Epperson AE. PMID: 35911573; PMCID: PMC9334340.
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    5. The Role of Risk Perceptions and Affective Consequences in COVID-19 Protective Behaviors. Int J Behav Med. 2021 Dec; 28(6):801-807. Alegria KE, Fleszar-Pavlovic SE, Ngo DD, Beam A, Halliday DM, Hinojosa BM, Hua J, Johnson AE, McAnally K, McKinley LE, Temourian AA, Song AV. PMID: 33834368; PMCID: PMC8032317.
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    6. Smokers Are More Likely to Smoke More after the COVID-19 California Lockdown Order. Int J Environ Res Public Health. 2021 03 05; 18(5). Gonzalez M, Epperson AE, Halpern-Felsher B, Halliday DM, Song AV. PMID: 33807503; PMCID: PMC7967350.
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    7. Comprehensive laparoscopic lymphadenectomy from the deep circumflex iliac vein to the renal veins: Impact on quality of life. Gynecol Oncol. 2017 03; 144(3):592-597. O'Hanlan KA, Sten MS, Halliday DM, Sastry RB, Struck DM, Uthman KF. PMID: 28081883.
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