Ph.D., Stony Brook University; M.A., St. John’s University; B.S., New York Institute of Technology
Dr. Napoli teaches doctoral-level courses in Walden’s School of Psychology. His areas of expertise are health psychology, research design and statistics, psychometrics, and evaluation models. He is currently a professor of psychology and statistics at Suffolk Community College, co-principal investigator of the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded Stony Brook Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Study, and past project director of the NIH-funded Stony Brook Daily Life experiences and psychoimmunology study. He also teaches graduate courses in psychological statistics at Stony Brook University and Walden. Over the past 25 years, he has conducted, presented, and published numerous studies on a variety of issues in health psychology, assessment, and psychometrics. He is a member of the American Psychology Association.