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Ann O'Leary is an American behavioral psychologist, associated with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia. She specializes in behavior associated with AIDS. O'Leary received her PhD from Stanford University. In 2002, the American Psychological Association's Committee on Psychology and AIDS gave her their Distinguished Leader Award.
- O'Leary, Ann; Jemmott, Loretta Sweet (1995), Women at Risk: Issues in the Primary Prevention of AIDS, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 9780306450419 .
- O'Leary, Ann; Jemmott, Loretta Sweet (1996), Women and AIDS: Coping and Care, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 9780306452581 .
- O'Leary, Ann (2002), Beyond Condoms: Alternative Approaches to HIV Prevention, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 9780306467318 .
- Koenig, Linda J.; Doll, Lynda S.; O'Leary, Ann et al., eds. (2003), From Child Sexual Abuse to Adult Sexual Risk: Trauma, Revictimization, and Intervention, American Psychological Association, ISBN 978-1-59147-030-4 .