Department of Psychology
The University of Houston
126 Heyne Building
Houston, TX 77204-5502
Teresa M. McIntyre, Ph.D.
Texas Institute for Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics
Ph.D., Georgia State University
Dr. Teresa McIntyre has developed her work in the field of Clinical and Health Psychology, in the U.S., Portugal, and Europe. She has diverse experience in teaching, research and practice in Health Psychology, with international recognition. She has had a leading role in the development of Health Psychology in Portugal, having pioneered the first master's and doctoral programs in the country, and in Health Psychology in Europe as member of the Executive Committee and president of the European Health Psychology Society, where she is currently an honorary Fellow. Dr. McIntyre has been on the editorial board of Psychology & Health, Health Psychology Review and Brazilian Review of Health Psychology. She has directed numerous dissertations and her research has focused on the relationship between psychosocial factors and illness, health and health care.
- Teacher stress, well being and turnover
- Occupational health (stress-illness relationship, testing theoretical models of occupational stress)
- Assessment, ecological momentary assessment
- Women's health (work-family conflict, disease vulnerability, health behaviours, reproductive health)
Araújo-Soares, V., McIntyre, T., MacLennan, G., & Sniehotta, F. (in press). Development and exploratory cluster-randomised opportunistic trial of a theory-based intervention to enhance physical activity among adolescents. Psychology & Health.
Araújo-Soares, V., McIntyre, T., & Sniehotta, F. (2008). Predicting changes in physical activity amongst adolescents: The role of self-efficacy, intention, action planning and coping planning. Health Education Research; doi: 10.1093/her/cyn005.
Fernandes, A. & McIntyre, T. (2006). Intervenção Psicológica Multimodal em pacientes na reabilitação pós-enfarte do miocárdio (Multimodal Psychological Intervention in Post-myocardial Infarction Patients undergoing Rehabilitation). Brazilian Journal in Health Promotion (Revista Brasileira em Promoção da Saúde), 19 (2), 74-83.
Belar, C. & McIntyre, T. (2005). Professional Issues in Health Psychology. In Handbook of Health Psychology. London,UK: Sage Publications.
McIntyre, T. (2004). Perda e sofrimento na doença (Loss and suffering in illness). Psychologica, 10, 30-40.
McIntyre, S., & McIntyre, T. (2005). Current status and future development of OHP in Europe. In J. Houdmount & S. McIntyre (Eds.), Occupational Health Psychology: Key papers of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (pp. 272-278). Maia, Portugal: Publismai.
Belar, C., McIntyre, T., & Matarazzo, J. (2003). History of Health Psychology. In D. Freedheim (Ed.),Handbook of Psychology: Volume I - History of Psychology (pp. 451-464). Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
Krippner, S., & McIntyre, T. (Eds.) (2003). The psychological impact of war trauma on civilians: An international perspective (Psychological dimensions to war and peace series). Westport, CT.: Praeger Publishers.
Ventura, M., & McIntyre, T. (2003). Stress traumático em populações civis: O caso de Angola (Traumatic stress in civilian populations). In G. Pereira & J. Monteiro Ferreira (Eds.), Stress Traumático. Lisboa: Climepsi.
McIntyre, T., Fernandes, S., & Pereira, M. (2002). Intervenção psicossocial breve na situação oncológica em contexto de grupo (Brief psychosocial group intervention in oncology). In M. R. Dias & E. Durá Ferrandis (Eds.), Territórios da Psicologia Oncológica (pp. 281-302). Lisboa: Climepsi.
McIntyre, T., McIntyre, S., Araujo-Soares, V., Figueiredo, & Johnston, D. (2000). Psychophysiological and psychosocial indicators of the efficacy of a stress management program for health professionals: Phase I. In T. Cox, P. Dewe., K. Nielsen, & R. Cox (Eds.). European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology Conference Proceedings Series: Occupational Health Psychology Europe 2000 (pp. 112-116). Nottingham: I-WHO Publications.
McIntyre, T. (1999). The martyr adaptation syndrome: Psychological sequelae in the adaptation of Portuguese-speaking immigrant women. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 5(4), 387-402.