Robert W. Motta

Affiliations: 
Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, United States 
Area:
Clinical, Industrial, Nursing
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Theresa A. Manger grad student 2000 Hofstra University
Dina M. Basile-Palleschi grad student 2001 Hofstra University
Bernadina C. Kerasiotis grad student 2001 Hofstra University
Laura J. Leiderman-Cerniglia grad student 2001 Hofstra University
Michele Lucero grad student 2002 Hofstra University
Alison E. Murphy grad student 2002 Hofstra University
Sanam Hafeez grad student 2003 Hofstra University
Joshua M. Kefer grad student 2003 Hofstra University
Roseann Sciancalepore grad student 2003 Hofstra University
Shari I. Borman grad student 2004 Hofstra University
Dawn Chirichella-Besemer grad student 2005 Hofstra University
Lauren A. Dwyer grad student 2005 Hofstra University
Susan C. Kassai grad student 2005 Hofstra University
Robert Lancer grad student 2005 Hofstra University
Maria Lombardo grad student 2005 Hofstra University
Maggie Maus grad student 2006 Hofstra University
Caren L. Newman grad student 2006 Hofstra University
Christine B. Voll grad student 2006 Hofstra University
Ann Diaz grad student 2007 Hofstra University
Kerri Lombardo grad student 2007 Hofstra University
Michelle Richards grad student 2007 Hofstra University
Victoria M. Roger grad student 2007 Hofstra University
Matthew R. Brady grad student 2008 Hofstra University
Craig Kafko grad student 2008 Hofstra University
Eugene P. Lubliner grad student 2008 Hofstra University
Melissa P. Kiner grad student 2009 Hofstra University
Dawn M. Opitz grad student 2009 Hofstra University
Peter J. Arce grad student 2010 Hofstra University
Amy L. Gawrych grad student 2010 Hofstra University
Dawn M. Marino grad student 2010 Hofstra University
Perella Perlstein grad student 2010 Hofstra University
Sumitra Balachandran grad student 2011 Hofstra University
Jennifer L. Eastman grad student 2011 Hofstra University
Jose Salazar grad student 2011 Hofstra University
Loren Packer-Hopke grad student 2012 Hofstra University
Melissa A. Byrne grad student 2013 Hofstra University
Jennifer T. Schwartz grad student 2013 Hofstra University
Robert S. Cavera grad student 2014 Hofstra University
Rebecca R. Ivicic grad student 2014 Hofstra University
Ashley F. Bartner grad student 2015 Hofstra University
Leah Jacobs grad student 2015 Hofstra University
Casey L Ferri grad student 2018-2022 Hofstra University (Neurotree)
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Perlstein P, Motta RW. (2013) An Investigation of Potential Holocaust-Related Secondary Trauma in the Third Generation Traumatology. 19: 95-106
Cavera RS, Jacobs L, Motta RW. (2013) Experimental exposure therapy for posttraumatic nightmares Clinical Case Studies. 12: 213-227
Motta RW. (2012) Secondary Trauma in Children and School Personnel Journal of Applied School Psychology. 28: 256-269
Motta RW, McWilliams ME, Schwartz JT, et al. (2012) The Role of Exercise in Reducing Childhood and Adolescent PTSD, Anxiety, and Depression Journal of Applied School Psychology. 28: 224-238
Salazar J, Motta R. (2011) Longitudinal Stroop Score changes in adolescent females with PTSD. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health. 13: 173-87
Motta RW. (2008) Secondary trauma. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health. 10: 291-8
Diaz AB, Motta R. (2008) The effects of an aerobic exercise program on posttraumatic stress disorder symptom severity in adolescents. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health. 10: 49-59
Lombardo KL, Motta RW. (2008) Secondary trauma in children of parents with mental illness Traumatology. 14: 57-67
Chirichella-Besemer D, Motta RW. (2008) Psychological maltreatment and its relationship with negative affect in men and women Journal of Emotional Abuse. 8: 423-445
Newman CL, Motta RW. (2007) The effects of aerobic exercise on childhood PTSD, anxiety, and depression. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health. 9: 133-58
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