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"To paraphrase a well-worn saying: Ask not what your profession can do for you, but what you can do for your profession. It is only right that psychologists who have had the good fortune in our personal lives and careers in this American democracy to have a responsibility and a sense of duty--as well as an honor--to give back to our association and the APF so we may help those of our colleagues who have been less fortunate than ourselves. It is toward this valued end, especially in our world's increasingly troubled times, that APF can continue to identify those among us in need and to provide funds to advance our profession's worthy goals and further promote human welfare."

Millon has been a professor at the University of Illinois, the University of Miami and Harvard University. His major writings have been in evolutionary theory, psychometric test development, diagnostic classification and psychosynergistic therapy. He is semiretired as dean and scientific director at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Personology and Psychopathology in Coral Gables, Fla.