Phone: (919) 684-2183
Duke University Medical Center
Durham, NC 27710
Email: jdlane AT duke DOT edu
Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Division of Medical Psychology, School of Medicine
Dr. Lane has conducted scientific studies in a number of different areas of research in psychophysiology and behavioral medicine. His research spans studies of caffeine pharmacology and psychophysiology, nicotine and smoking behavior, diabetes behavioral medicine, stress reactivity and Type A behavior, psychophysiological methodology, complementary/alternative medicine, and antioxidants and oxidative stress.
Ph.D., M.A., C.Phil., University of California, Los Angeles, Physiological Psychology, 1979
A.B. (Summa cum laude), Gettysburg College, Physics, 1973
Lane, J.D. Caffeine, glucose metabolism, and type 2 diabetes. JOURNAL OF CAFFEINE RESEARCH, 2011, 1, 23-28.
Williams, V.P., Bishop-Fitzpatrick, L., Lane, J.D., Gwyther, L.P., Ballard, E.L., Vendittelli, A.P., Hutchins, T.C., Williams, R.B. Video-based coping skills to reduce health risk and improve psychological and physical well-being in Alzheimer’s Disease family caregivers. PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE, 2010, 72, 897-904. PMCID: PMC3005287
Surwit, R.S., Williams, R.B, Lane, J.D., Feinglos, M.N., Kuhn, C.M., and Georgiades, A. Plasma epinephrine predicts fasting glucose in centrally obese African American women. OBESITY, 2010, 18, 1683-1687.
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