The article, "Slot offers loan repayment and other rewards" (June Monitor) incorrectly implied that Jorge Torres-Saenz, PsyD, developed "The Incredible Years" program while working at the Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic. That program was developed by Carolyn Webster-Stratton, PhD, and Torres-Saenz adapted her program for Hispanic populations at the clinic. The name of the project he directed is "La Familia Unida."
The article, "Man of many roles" (June Monitor), incorrectly stated that Gib Condie is the only psychologist in a 25-mile radius in the Powell, Wyo. area. There are other psychologists and mental health professionals working in the area's schools and hospitals and serving the community at large.
The biography on Donald Routh, PhD, in "Spotlight on" (May Monitor) should have read: "Routh is emeritus professor at the University of Miami. He has served as president of APA Div. 12 (Society of Clinical Psychology) and of Div. 6 of the International Association of Applied Psychology. He was also founding president of the International Society of Clinical Psychology."
In a letter to the editor ("On Intelligence," April Monitor), Hagop Pambookian's university affiliation, Shawnee State University, was incorrectly listed as being located in Portland, Ohio. Shawnee State University is located in Portsmouth, Ohio.
In the Judicial Notebook column in the January 2002 Monitor, "What may an institution do to diversify its student body?," the co-author, Corinne M. Baron-Donovan was inadvertently dropped from the byline. Baron-Donovan is pursuing her doctoral degree in industrial and organizational psychology at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
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