John M. Kelley, Ph.D. is professor of psychology at Endicott College. He is also the deputy director of the program in placebo studies and the therapeutic encounter at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Dr. Kelley is a lecturer on medicine at Harvard Medical School and a licensed clinical psychologist. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University and a Master of Science and Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of Oregon. His research interests include: (1) investigating the placebo effect in medical and psychiatric disorders; and (2) understanding how the patient-clinician relationship affects healthcare outcomes in medicine and psychiatry.
Dr. Kelley has served as a co-investigator or consultant on 10 National Institutes of Health research grants. His research has also been funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Arnold P. Gold Foundation, the David Judah Fund, The Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, the Risk Management Foundation, and the Endicott College Faculty Research Fund. He has published more than 50 peer-reviewed scientific publications, including articles in The New England Journal of Medicine, The British Medical Journal, and Science Translational Medicine.
PSY100: General Psychology
PSY 241: Statistics for the Social Sciences
PSY 335: Theories of Counseling
PSY 345: Cognitive Psychology
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