John M. Kelley, PhD is Associate Professor of Psychology at Endicott College, a faculty member at Harvard Medical School, and a licensed clinical psychologist in the Psychiatry Service at Massachusetts General Hospital. He also maintains a private practice in general psychotherapy. Dr. Kelley earned a bachelor’s degree with high honors from Harvard University, and MS and PhD degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of Oregon. In addition to his expertise in psychotherapy, Dr. Kelley has a significant background in statistics, research design, and psychometric measurement, and he has served as a co-investigator or consultant on eight National Institutes of Health (NIH) research grants. His current research interests include: (1) investigating the placebo effect in medical and psychiatric disorders; and (2) understanding how the doctor-patient relationship improves clinical outcomes in medicine and psychiatry. Dr. Kelley is the author or co-author of twenty-eight peer-reviewed publications in such journals as The New England Journal of Medicine, The British Medical Journal, PLoS One, Psychosomatic Medicine, Experimental Brain Research, and Social Science and Medicine.
Dr. John Kelley's area of expertise includes: Diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders, social science research methodology, statistical analysis, and placebo effects
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