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Matthew C. Hocking

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
Center for Childhood Cancer Research and Division of Oncology
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
3501 Civic Center Boulevard
10211 Colket Translational Research Building
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
BA (Psychology)
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, 2001.
MA (Clinical Psychology)
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 2005.
PhD (Clinical Psychology)
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, 2009.
Post-Graduate Training
O'Grady Resident in Psychology, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, OH, 2008-2009.
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pediatric Psychology, Division of Oncology and The Center for Childhood Cancer Research, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA, 2009-2012.
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Selected Publications

Hocking, M.C.; Albee, M.; Brodsky, C.; Shabason, E.; Wang, L.; Schultz, R.T.; Herrington, J.: Face Processing and Social Functioning in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology In Press, 2021.

Al Ghriwati, N.; Albee, M.; Brodsky, C.; Hocking, M.C.: Patterns of family relationships in pediatric oncology: implications for children's adjustment upon treatment completion. Supportive Care in Cancer Online ahead of print, 2021.

Hocking, M.C.; Walsh, K.S.; Hardy, K.K.; Conklin, H.M.: Addressing Neurocognitive Late Effects in Pediatric Cancer Survivors: Current Approaches and Future Opportunities. Journal of Clinical Oncology 39(16): 1824-1832, 2021.

Al Ghriwati, N.; Stevens, E.; Velazquez-Martin, B.; Hocking, M.C.; Schwartz, L.A.; Barakat, L.P.: Family Factors and Health-related Quality of Life within Six Months of Completion of Childhood Cancer Treatment. Psycho-Oncology 30(3), 2021.

Hocking, M.C., Schultz, R.T., Minturn, J.E., Brodsky, C., Albee, M., Herrington, J.D.: Reduced fusiform gyrus activation during face processing in pediatric brain tumor survivors. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society In press, 2021.

Patton M.; Schulte, F; Kunin-Batson, A.; Olson-Bullis, B.; Forbes, C.; Russell, K.B.; Neville, A.; Alberts N.; Heathcote, L.; Karlson, C.; Banerjee, P.; Racine, N.; Charnock, C.; Hocking, M.; Noel, M; Krull, K.R. : Pain in Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Systematic Review from the Children’s Oncology Group Poster Presentation at the 2021 International Association of the Study of Pain World Congress, Virtual Conference August 2020.

Al Ghriwati, N; Albee, M.;, Hocking, M.C.: Patterns of Family Relationships in Pediatric Oncology: Implications for Children’s Adjustment during the Transition off Treatment. Poster Presentation at the 2020 American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Virtual Conference August 2020.

Hocking, M.C.; Parish-Morris, J.; Schultz, R.T.; Minturn, J.E.; Brodsky, C.; Shabason, E.K.; Herrington, J.D.: Diminished Social Attention in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors: Using Eye Tracking Technology During Naturalistic Social Perception. Neuropsychology 34(3): 350-358, 2020.

Schulte, F; Patton M.; Alberts N.; Kunin-Batson, A.; Olson-Bullis, B.; Forbes, C.; Russell, K.B.; Neville, A.; Heathcote, L.; Karlson, C.; Banerjee, P.; Racine, N.; Charnock, C.; Hocking, M.; Banerjee, P.; Tutelman, P.; Noel, M; Krull, K.R. : Pain in Long-Term Survivors of Childhood Cancer: A Systematic Review of the Current State of Knowledge and a Call to Action from the Children’s Oncology Group Cancer 127(1): 35-44, 2020.

Hocking, M.C.; Noll, R.B.; Kazak, A.E.; Brodsky, C.; Phillips, P.; Barakat, L.B.: Friendships in Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors and Non-Central Nervous System Tumor Survivors. Journal of Pediatric Psychology 45(2): 194-202, 2020.

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