Pamela Reed Gibson
Pamela R. Gibson received her Ph.D. degree in clinical psychology from the University of Rhode Island, RI, USA, and she is a Professor of psychology at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va, USA. She teaches courses in abnormal psychology, diversity issues in psychology, environmental justice, women and mental health, and environment, health, and behavior. Her research addresses the life impacts of invisible disability and contested illness. Most of her publications are in the area of multiple chemical sensitivity. She is an author of numerous journal articles and the book Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Survival Guide. Her research publications are available on her research website http://www.mcsresearch.net. Her areas of academic expertise are in the areas of chronic illness, contested illness, disability, women’s health, and environment and health.
Biography Updated on 4 November 2010