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Whitney Wall, Ph.D.

At FSU since 2015

Whitney Wall

Whitney Wall, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology. Dr. Wall received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Florida and her MPH from the University of South Carolina. Her undergraduate work was completed at the College of Charleston. Dr. Wall conducts health psychology research focused on the elimination of health disparities. Specific research interests include patient-centered culturally sensitive healthcare delivery, social system injustices in relation to mental and physical health outcomes, culturally sensitive health promotion, and community participatory research.  

Recent Publications:   

Jones, J.D., Wall, W., & Tucker, C.M. (in press). Structural equation model of the relationship between patient-perceived provider cultural sensitivity and adherence to provider treatment regimen recommendations: Patient-provider relationship characteristics as the mediators. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.  

Tucker, C.M., Wall, W., Marsiske, M., Nghiem, K., & Roncoroni, J. (2015). Validation of a patient-centered culturally sensitive health care office staff inventory. Journal of Primary Healthcare Research & Development, 16, 506-512  

Tucker, C.M., Moradi, B., Wall, W., & Nghiem, K. (2014). Roles of perceived provider cultural sensitivity and health care justice in African American/Black patients' satisfaction with provider. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 21, 282-290.  

Roncoroni, J., Tucker, C. M., Wall, W., Nghiem, K., Wheatley, R., & Wu, W. (2014). The association among patients' perceived patient-centered cultural sensitivity of their health care sites, satisfaction with care, and treatment adherence in a national sample of culturally diverse patients. American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 8, 421-429.  

Tucker, C. M., Roncoroni, J., Marsiske, M., Nghiem, K. N., & Wall, W. (2014). Validation of a patient-centered culturally sensitive clinic environment inventory using a national sample of adult patients. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 25, 80-86.  

Tucker, C.M., Smith, T.M., Arthur, T.M., & Wall, W. (2014). Obesity and related chronic health conditions as predictors of motivation to engage in healthy eating behaviors among non-Hispanic Black adults. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 1, 102-109.   

Wall, W., Tucker, C.M., Roncoroni, J., Allan, B.A., & Nguyen, P. (2013). Patients' perceived cultural sensitivity of healthcare office staff and its association with patients' satisfaction  with care and treatment adherence. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 24, 1586-1598.  

Tucker, C.M., Arthur, T.M., Roncoroni, J., Wall, W., & Sanchez, J. (2013). Patient-centered culturally sensitive health care. Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, doi:10.1177/1559827613498065.

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