- ASSISTANT PROFESSOR Psychiatry
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center
- Dr Schneider is a Clinical Psychologist involved mostly with training Psychiatric Residents and Psychology Trainees in Adult Individual, Couples and Group Psychotherapy. He has been on the Faculty at Beth Israel Hospital for over 5 years, after having been on the Faculty in the Department of Psychology at UCLA.
Dr. Schneider has training in Behavioral Medicine and has worked extensively with patients suffering from AIDS and HIV-related Illnesses, as well as patients with Chronic Pain. He works for a psychoanalytic framework, but utilizes cognitive, behavioral and mindfulness approaches in the services of his patients. He has worked extensively with issues of sexuality and sexual behavior, as well as gender.
UCLA Chancellor Fellowship 1982/1986
The Joan Sadow Award for Excellence in Teaching
Mount Sinai Beth Israel
1987 - 1988
National Institute of Mental Health Research Fellowship in Psychosocial Issues in AIDS
William W. Cumming Memorial Prize in Psychology
Columbia University, Columbia College
ResearchAIDS/HIV and Sexual Behavior
Benimoff, N. I., Schneider, S., & Hood, D. C. Interaction between rod and cone channels: a test of various models. Vision Research, 22, 1133 1140, 1982. .;.
Schneider, S. G. & Asarnow, R. F. A comparison of cognitive/neuro-psychological impairments of non retarded autistic and schizophrenic children. Journal of Child Abnormal Psychology, 15, 29-46, 1987..;.
Schneider, S. G., Farberow, N. L., & Kruks, G. Suicidal behavior in adolescent and young adult gay men. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 19, 381-394, 1989..;.
Schneider, S. G., Taylor, S. E., Hammen C., Kemeny, M., & Dudley, J. Factors influencing suicide intent in gay and bisexual suicide ideators: differing models for men with and without Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 61, 776-788, 1991.;.
Schneider, S.G., Taylor, S. E., Kemeny, M., Hammen, C., & Dudley, J. AIDS-related factors predictive of suicidal ideation of low and high intent among gay and bisexual men. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 21, 313-328, 1991..;.
Aspinwall, L., Kemeny, M., Taylor, S., Schneider, S., & Dudley, J. Psychosocial predictors of gay men's AIDS risk-reduction behavior. Health Psychology, 10, 432-444, 1991..;.
Taylor, S., Kemeny, M., Aspinwall, L., Schneider, S. Rodriguez, R., & Herbert, M. Optimism, coping, psychological distress and high-risk sexual behavior among men at risk for Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 63, 460-473..;.
Blum, A., Danson, M., & Schneider, S. Problems of sexual expression in adult gay men: A psychoanalytic reconsideration. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 14, 1-11, 1997..;.
Kemeny, M., Fahey, J. L., Schneider, S. G., Weiner, H., Taylor, S., & Visscher, B. Psychosocial cofactors in HIV infection: bereavement, depression and immune status in HIV seropositive homosexual men. Psychosomatic Medicine, 51, 255, 1989..;.
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