- Phone: (402) 354-7057
- 720 N. 87th Street
- Omaha, NE 68114
BA in Psychology - Baylor University
MS in Health Education - Baylor University
PhD in Health Education - Texas A&M UniversityGeneral Background
Dr. Dunsmore has a passion for teaching and for studying the concepts surrounding psychological constructs as they relate to healthy decisions and healthy behavior. She enjoys working with students and contributing to the promotion of health and wellness for our society.
Dunsmore, S.C. (June 2014). Parenting on the Run: Lace Up to Stay Fit. HerFamily Magazine
Dunsmore, S.C. (March 2014). Seed Swap Omaha; Swapping Seeds, Information, and Fun. HerFamily Magazine.
Dunsmore, S.C., & Goodson, P. (2005). Motivation for healthy behavior: a decade of health promotion research. American Journal of Health Education, 37(3), 170-183.
Goodson, P., Buhi, E., & Dunsmore, S.C. (2005). Self-esteem and adolescent sexual behaviors, attitudes, and intentions: A systematic review. Journal of Adolescent Health. 38(3), 310-319.
Bowden, R.G., Dunsmore, S., & Rust, D. (2005). Changes in social physique anxiety during 16-week physical activity courses. Psychological Reports, 96, 690-692.
Professional Service/Recognition/Charitable Boards
University of Nebraska Medical Center National Disaster Management System Summit Committee