Assistant Professor, Department of Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy
Serious leisure; creativity and wellness; medical humanities; behavioral health; service learning experiences; occupational performances of university students; substance abuse; occupational balance; role balance; occupational science; sleep; and wellness and health promotion.
(1) Maloney, S.M. (Under review). Occupational imbalance for single-mother university students.
(2) Maloney, S.M., Myers, D. & Bazyk, J. (Under review). Development of civic responsibility and social justice for occupational therapy students during a service-learning experience.
(3) Stevens, D., Maloney, S.M., & Bazyk, S. (In press). An exploration of out-of-school time use and meaningful occupations for four teenage boys: A qualitative case study. Journal of Occupational Therapy, Schools & Early Intervention.
(4) Maloney, S.M. & Chandler, B. (2013). Play and leisure for children and adolescents. In G. Frolek Clark & B.E. Chandler (Eds.) Best Practices for occupational therapy in schools. Bethesday, MD: AOTA Press.
(5) Maloney, S.M. & Griffith, K. (2013). Occupational therapy students' development of therapeutic communication skills during a service-learning experience. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health 29, 10-16.
(6) Maloney, S.M. (2011). College student high-risk drinking as a maladaptive Serious Leisure Hobby. Occupational Therapy in Mental Health, 27, 155-177.
(7) Goodman, G., Flinn, S., & Maloney, S.M. (2009). Ergonomic interventions for computer users with Cumulative Trauma Disorders in the workplace. In I. Söderback (Ed.) International handbook of occupational therapy intervention (pp 71-82). Åkersberga, Sweden: Springer.
(8) Maloney, S.M. (2007). Occupational therapy. In S. Chisolm (Ed) The health professions: trends and opportunities in U.S. health careers (pp 255-271). Boston, MA: Jones & Bartlett.