Results 1–10 of 38 for "Profile"X related to "Helping American Indians earn..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicWomen & men (4)Education (3)Race (3)Personality (2)Safety & design (2) 3 more... [+] Children (1)Law & psychology (1)Therapy (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeProfileXYear2011 (1)Author/ContributorDorsey, Tasha (3)Vande Kemp, Hendrika (2)Austin, Stephanie (1)Broudy, Matthew S. (1)Diegelman, Nathan M. (1) 11 more... [+] Diegelman, Sally A. (1)Granek, Leeat (1)Hogan, John D. (1)Katz, Richard J. (1)Koppes, Laura L. (1)Lauber, John K. (1)Milar, Katharine S. (1)Nolan, Laurence J. (1)Shour, Rachel (1)Thomas, Roger K. (1)Thompson-Ball, Mindi (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 38 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Featured Psychologist: Arthur McDonald, PhDArthur McDonald, PhD, began his legacy in psychology in 1966, when he became the first American Indian man to earn a doctorate in psychology.Profile 2.Featured Psychologist: John Chaney, PhDDr. John Chaney's studies academic achievement in American Indian students and his research focuses on stress and coping influences on long-term adjustment in pediatric chronic illness and on attributional style, helplessness and depression in adults with chronic illness. Chaney became an American Psychological Association Fellow in 2010 and received APA’s Division 22 Research Excellence Award.Profile 3.Featured Psychologist: Jacque Gray, PhDDr. Jacque Gray has years of experience in suicide prevention, rural veteran health services, spirituality and health, psychometrics, and wellness and nutrition in adolescents. Gray's suicide intervention and prevention program has been adopted across the state of Oklahoma.Profile 4.Featured Psychologist: Iva Greywolf, PhDDr. Greywolf has over 30 years of experience from working in “Indian Country” to private consulting on Indian/Native behavioral health issues. She has received several prestige awards from the U.S. Public Health Service for outstanding work with the Indian Health Service and was selected as an APA Minority Fellow.Profile 5.Featured Psychologist: Carolyn Lewis Attneave, PhDCarolyn Lewis Attneave, PhD’s iconic career in the field of psychology, specifically in cross-cultural topics and in counseling and psychotherapy, undoubtedly makes her one of the most well-known psychologist of American Indian background.Profile 6.Featured Psychologists: Francis Cecil Sumner, PhD and Inez Beverly Prosser, PhDFrancis Sumner, PhD, was the first African American to receive a PhD degree in psychology. Inez Beverly Prosser, PhD, was the first African American woman to receive her doctoral degree in psychology. Profile 7.Featured Psychologists: Mamie Phipps Clark, PhD and Kenneth Clark, PhDMamie Phipps Clark, PhD, and Kenneth Clark, PhD were the first African Americans to obtain their doctorate degrees in psychology from Columbia University, opened the Northside Center for Child Development in 1946, and testified as expert witnesses in the Brown vs. Board of Education case in 1954, making them influential to the Civil Rights movement.Profile 8.Lula A. Beatty, PhDLula A. Beatty, PhD, a member of the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology planning committee, is director of the Special Populations Office, Office of the Director, at the National Institute on Drug Abuse.Profile (January 2011)9.Steven J. Breckler, PhD: Executive Director of APA's Science DirectorateSteven J. Breckler, PhD, oversees programs that support advanced training for scientists, science policy and government relations, testing and assessment, research regulations and workforce analysis.Profile 10.John C. Norcross, PhDProfile of John C. Norcross, PhD, Council of Representatives member (2011-2013) representing Division 29 (Psychotherapy).Profile Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 38 for "Profile"X related to "Helping American Indians earn..."