Anne Montgomery, PhD

Montgomery, AnneEducation

  • BS, Criminological Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • MS, Criminological Sciences, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • MS, Communication Sciences (Media effects), Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
  • PhD, Social Sciences, Evolutionary Psychology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Research Interest

Dr. Montgomery’s main interest is data analysis using data from a variety of topics, from specific surgical data more general media effects on public health. A media effects scholar by training, her previous focus has been on emotions in media, such as effects of video games on aggression, using music as an emotion regulation strategy, or predicting taste in media via education and income. Her PhD thesis tested theoretical assumptions in evolutionary psychology when applied to music and found some false assumptions made.

Publications

  • Blumberg, F., Montgomery, A., Grever, C.A. (2018). Digital Games. In Blades (Ed.) The Wiley Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Development, 1-8.
  • Dickmeis, A., & Roe, K. (2019). Genre Matters: Video Games as Predictors of Physical Aggression among Adolescents. Communications: European Journal of Communication Science, 44(2).
  • Roe, K., & Dickmeis, A. (2014). Computer Games and Education: A multi-dimensional relationship. In: Blumberg F. (Eds.), Learning By Playing: Video Gaming in Education. Oxford University Press, 261-272.
  • Roe, K., & Dickmeis, A. (2014). Computer Games and Education: A multi-dimensional relationship. In: Blumberg F. (Eds.), Learning By Playing: Video Gaming in Education. Oxford University Press, 261-272.
  • Blumberg, F., Rice, J., & Dickmeis, A. (2016). Social Media as a Venue for Emotion Regulation Among Adolescents. In: Tettegah, S.Y. (Ed.), Emotions, Technology, and Social Media. Elsevier Academic Press: London, UK, 105-116.
  • Blumberg, F., Montgomery, A., Grever, C.A. (2018). Gaming. In Blades (Ed.) The Wiley Encyclopedia of Child and Adolescent Development, 1-8.
  • Nemec, H.M., Atalah, H., Kling, M., Nichols, L., Powers, B., Montgomery, A., & Ashley, D. (2020). Does Human Amnion Membrane Prevent Post-Operative Abdominal Adhesions?. The American Surgeon, July 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/0003134820939939
  • Nemec, H.M., Christie, D.B., Montgomery, A., & Vaughn, D.M. (2020). The Wittmann Patch: Superior Closure for the Open Abdomen. The American SurgeonAugust, https://doi.org/10.1177/0003134820942156.
  • Forney, E. D., Stokes, N. A., Ashley, D. W., Montgomery, A., & Christie, D. B. (2020). Can Education and Enhanced Medical Director Oversight Improve Definitive Airway Control in the Prehospital Environment?. The American surgeon, 3134820945228.
  • Bridges, L., Montgomery, A., Collier, J., & Honaker, M. (2020). Insurance Status Impact On Timing To Surgery In Patients With Colon Cancer. In Diseases Of The Colon & Rectum, 63(6), pp. E249-E249).
  • Bridges, L., Honaker, M.D., Smith, B.E., Montgomery, A. (2020). Insurance Status in Rectal Cancer is Associated with Age at Diagnosis and May Be Associated with Overall Survival. American Surgeon, August Doi:10.1177/0003134820942161

Professional Involvement

  • International Society for Clinical Biostatistics (ISCB)
  • Population Health and Medical Research Committee Member
  • USMLE, Subcommittee PHMR Committee Chair, Mercer University

Contact Dr. Anne Montgomery


montgomery_a@mercer.edu