Look below to see a sample of our team's various professional publications and conference presentations.
McConatha, J. Tahmaseb, Volkwein-Caplan, K., Vita, M.E., Mauriello, M., & DiGregorio, N. (2009). American and German men and women discuss retirement: A qualitative study. The Open Psychology Journal, 2, 33-39.
Pipan, M., & Mauriello, M. (2008, July). Behavior modification techniques. Presented at the annual Disorders of the Corpus Callosum Conference in Cherry Hill, NJ.
Link: DCC Conference Video
Mauriello, M., & McConatha J. Tahmaseb. (2007). Relations of humor with perceptions of stress. Psychological Reports, 101, 1057-1066.
Link: Psychological Reports
Mauriello, M., Forry, M.E., Condon, L.P., & Bonifazi, D. Zotter (2007). Hazardous drinking as a predictor of binge eating. Presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association in Philadelphia, PA.
McConatha, J. Tahmaseb, & Mauriello, M. (2006, June). Constructing a meaningful retirement. Presented at the Fourth International Conference of the Dialogical Self in Minho, Portugal.
Mauriello, M., & McConatha, J. Tahmaseb. (2006, May). An investigation of the relationship between style of humor, life satisfaction and perceptions of stress. Presented at the Association for Psychological Science 18th Annual Convention in New York, NY.
McConatha, J. Tahmaseb, & Mauriello, M. (2006). African American men confront retirement. In Cook, K., & Gilbert, K (Eds.). Life on the Margins: Implications for Health Research. Frenchs Forest, Australia: Pearson Education Australia.
McConatha, J. Tahmaseb, Volkwein, K., Mauriello, M., & Vita, M. (2005, June). Hopes and Plans for Retirement: A comparative study of men and women from the United States and Germany. Presented at the Canadian Psychological Association Annual Meeting in Montreal, Canada.
The Mauriello Group
139 West Market Street, Suite D
West Chester, PA 19382
We Moved! The Mauriello Group moved to a new location in downtown West Chester. Our new address is 139 West Market Street, Suite D.
A National Certified Counselor (NCC) represents an individual's voluntary completion of and commitment to national standards determined by the counseling profession. Several members of our team have achieved this level of certification.