Mark Lam

Lecturer
phone 604 827 3768
location_on Kenny Room 3523--2136 West Mall

About

Dr. Mark Lam is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology and the Chair of the Health & Society Minor in the Faculty of Arts.


Research

Research interests include scholarship of teaching and learning, health psychology, specifically dyadic stress and coping.


Publications

Riccardi, D., Lightfoot, J., Lam, M., Lyon K., Roberson, N.D. & Lolliot, S. (in press).  Investigating the effects of reducing linguistic complexity on EAL student comprehension in first-year undergraduate assessments. Journal of English for Academic Purposes.

Lam, M., & DeLongis, A. (in prep).  Mood regulation and the experience of pain in individuals living with spinal cord injury.

Lam, M., & DeLongis, A. (in prep).  The Social Context of Catastrophizing in the Experience of Pain in Individuals Living with Spinal Cord Injury.

DeLongis, A., Holtzman, S., Puterman, E., & Lam, M. (2010). Spousal Support and Dyadic Coping in Times of Stress. In Sullivan, K.T., & Davila, J. (Eds). Support Processes in Intimate Relationships. New York: Oxford Press.

Lam, M., Lehman, A.J., Puterman, E., & DeLongis, A. (2009) Spouse Depression and Disease Course among Persons Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Arthritis Care & Research, 61 (8), 1011-1017.


Awards

  • Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award (2017)

Graduate Supervision

Dr. Mark Lam is a full time Lecturer and does not supervise graduate students.


Mark Lam

Lecturer
phone 604 827 3768
location_on Kenny Room 3523--2136 West Mall

Dr. Mark Lam is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology and the Chair of the Health & Society Minor in the Faculty of Arts.

Research interests include scholarship of teaching and learning, health psychology, specifically dyadic stress and coping.

Riccardi, D., Lightfoot, J., Lam, M., Lyon K., Roberson, N.D. & Lolliot, S. (in press).  Investigating the effects of reducing linguistic complexity on EAL student comprehension in first-year undergraduate assessments. Journal of English for Academic Purposes.

Lam, M., & DeLongis, A. (in prep).  Mood regulation and the experience of pain in individuals living with spinal cord injury.

Lam, M., & DeLongis, A. (in prep).  The Social Context of Catastrophizing in the Experience of Pain in Individuals Living with Spinal Cord Injury.

DeLongis, A., Holtzman, S., Puterman, E., & Lam, M. (2010). Spousal Support and Dyadic Coping in Times of Stress. In Sullivan, K.T., & Davila, J. (Eds). Support Processes in Intimate Relationships. New York: Oxford Press.

Lam, M., Lehman, A.J., Puterman, E., & DeLongis, A. (2009) Spouse Depression and Disease Course among Persons Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Arthritis Care & Research, 61 (8), 1011-1017.

  • Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award (2017)

Dr. Mark Lam is a full time Lecturer and does not supervise graduate students.

Mark Lam

Lecturer
phone 604 827 3768
location_on Kenny Room 3523--2136 West Mall

Dr. Mark Lam is a Lecturer in the Department of Psychology and the Chair of the Health & Society Minor in the Faculty of Arts.

Research interests include scholarship of teaching and learning, health psychology, specifically dyadic stress and coping.

Riccardi, D., Lightfoot, J., Lam, M., Lyon K., Roberson, N.D. & Lolliot, S. (in press).  Investigating the effects of reducing linguistic complexity on EAL student comprehension in first-year undergraduate assessments. Journal of English for Academic Purposes.

Lam, M., & DeLongis, A. (in prep).  Mood regulation and the experience of pain in individuals living with spinal cord injury.

Lam, M., & DeLongis, A. (in prep).  The Social Context of Catastrophizing in the Experience of Pain in Individuals Living with Spinal Cord Injury.

DeLongis, A., Holtzman, S., Puterman, E., & Lam, M. (2010). Spousal Support and Dyadic Coping in Times of Stress. In Sullivan, K.T., & Davila, J. (Eds). Support Processes in Intimate Relationships. New York: Oxford Press.

Lam, M., Lehman, A.J., Puterman, E., & DeLongis, A. (2009) Spouse Depression and Disease Course among Persons Living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Arthritis Care & Research, 61 (8), 1011-1017.

  • Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award (2017)

Dr. Mark Lam is a full time Lecturer and does not supervise graduate students.