Anastasia Bullock, Psy.D.

Cooper Medical School at Rowan University, Assistant Professor of Medicine

  • B.A., Psychology, Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology, La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
  • Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, La Salle University, Philadelphia, PA
  • Clinical Psychology Internship, Medical Psychology, Jackson Hospital/University of Miami, Miami, FL
  • Postdoctoral Resident, Health Psychology, VA Connecticut/Yale School of Medicine, West Haven, CT

1 Cooper Plaza
Dorrance 222
Camden, NJ 08103


Anastasia Bullock, Psy.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in health psychology within Cooper University Healthcare System since 2017. Dr. Bullock provides patient care, as well as coordinates and supervises graduate students on the Behavioral Medicine consultation-liaison service. She also holds a faculty position within Cooper Medical School at Rowan University, teaching medical students on rotation with the Behavioral Medicine team.

Dr. Bullock is actively engaged in research within health psychology, including quality indicators of consultation-liaison psychology, trauma, and weight and eating with articles in peer reviewed publications. She is a member of the Association for Psychologists in Academic Health Centers, Society of Behavioral Medicine, and American Psychological Association.

Selected Presentations and Publications

    • Phimphasone-Brady P, Dorflinger L, Ruser C, Bullock A, Godfrey KM, Hernandez D, Min K, Masheb RM. Self-report vs. objective measurement of weight history: Implications for pre-treatment weight gain. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-6.
    • Masheb, R. M., Ruser, C. B., Min, K. M., Bullock, A. J., & Dorflinger, L. M. (2018). Does food addiction contribute to excess weight among clinic patients seeking weight reduction? Examination of the Modified Yale Food Addiction Survey. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 84, 1-6.
    • Godfrey, K. M., Bullock, A., Dorflinger, L., Min, K. M., Ruser, C., & Masheb, R. M. (2018). Pain and modifiable risk factors among weight loss seeking Veterans with overweight. Appetite, 128, 100-105.

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