- Research Analyst IV- Supervisor
- The Balance Project: A Randomized Clinical Trial of an HIV Treatment Side Effects Coping Intervention
- Duo Project: Relationship Factors and HIV Treatment Adherence
- 1980, B.A (Sociology), Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA
- Chesney M, Neilands T, Chambers D, Taylor J, Folkman S. (2006). A validity and reliability study of the Coping Self-Efficacy Scale. British Journal of Health Psychology 11: 421-437.
- Chesney M, Darbes L, Hoerster K, Taylor J, Chambers D, Anderson D. (2005). Positive Emotions: Exploring the other hemisphere in behavioral medicine.International Journal of Behavioral Medicine 12(2): 50-58.
- Chesney M, Chambers D, Taylor J, Johnson L, Folkman, S. (2003). Coping effectiveness training for men living with HIV: Results from a randomized clinical trial testing a group-based intervention. Psychosomatic Medicine 65: 1038-1046.
- Chesney M, Chambers D, Taylor J, Johnson L. (2003). Social support, distress, and well-being in older men living with HIV. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 33:S185-S193
- Johnson, M.O., Dilworth, S.E., Taylor, J.M., Darbes, L.D., Comfort, M.L, & Neilands, T.B. (2012). Primary relationships, HIV treatment adherence, and virologic control. AIDS & Behavior, Aug;16(6):1511-21.
- Johnson, M.O., Dilworth, S.E., Taylor, J.M., & Neilands, T.B. (2011). Improving coping skills for self-management of treatment side effects can reduce antiretroviral medication nonadherence among people living with HIV. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 41(1):83-91.
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