Results 1–10 of 41 for "Profile"X related to "Childhood exposure to televised..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicWomen & men (6)Race (3)Children (1)Personality (1)Safety & design (1) 1 more... [+] Socioeconomic status (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeProfileXYear2011 (3)2010 (1)Author/ContributorDorsey, Tasha (4)Rutherford, Alexandra (2)Vande Kemp, Hendrika (2)Amsel, Judith (1)Brigandi, Nicole (1) 18 more... [+] Broudy, Matthew S. (1)Dewsbury, Donald A. (1)Dilouya, Barry (1)Donaldson, Gail (1)Fields, Rona M. (1)Griffin, James A. (1)Gul, Pelin (1)Hogan, John D. (1)Katz, Richard J. (1)Lauber, John K. (1)Milar, Katharine S. (1)Morris, Edward K. (1)Petersen, Anne C. (1)Puglisi, Tom (1)Saltzman, Ann L. (1)Thomas, Roger K. (1)Thompson-Ball, Mindi (1)Vaughn, Kelli (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 41 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Joseph McVicker Hunt: 1952 APA PresidentAPA President Joseph McVicker Hunt (1952) published the important volume on child development, "Intelligence and Experience," and a text on mental disorders "Personality and the Behavior Disorders." Hunt also helped to establish the American Psychological Foundation.Profile 2.Dorothy W. Cantor, PsyDDorothy Cantor, PsyD, served as the 105th president of the APA from 1996 to 1997, and she is currently president of the American Psychological Foundation.Profile 3.Alan E. Kazdin, PhDAPA President in 2008.Profile (January 2011)4.Nadine J. Kaslow, PhD, ABPPNadine J. Kaslow, PhD, ABPP, a member of the Leadership Institute for Women in Psychology planning committee, is professor with tenure, Emory University School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences; chief psychologist, Grady Health System; and vice chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences.Profile 5.Margaret Floy Washburn: 1921 APA PresidentMargaret Floy Washburn was the first woman to earn a doctoral degree in American psychology (1894) and the second woman, after Mary Whiton Calkins, to serve as APA President.Profile 6.A Psychologist in the White HouseJames A. Griffin, PhD, performs quick turn-around research policy analysis for briefing materials, fosters the Interagency Education Research Initiative and works with behavioral and social science research organizations.Profile 7.Human Factors Psychologist in AviationAlthough John K. Lauber, PhD, was worried that his lack of exposure to the human factors world would prove to be a stumbling point, he quickly learned that the fundamentals of experimental design, statistical analysis and report writing applied equally well to his new research setting.Profile 8.Joseph D. MatarazzoMatarazzo was a pioneer in developing the fields of behavioral medicine, behavioral health and health psychology, focusing on the clinical interview and cognitive/intellectual functions.Profile 9.Federal Regulatory Officer for Protection of Human SubjectsI became the resident expert for questions involving behavioral research. It has been rewarding to help behavioral scientists understand regulations that may seem complex and oriented toward biomedical research, and to help biomedical scientists understand how the regulations should be applied in behavioral contexts.Profile 10.Featured Psychologist: Ruth Howard, PhDRuth Howard, PhD, became the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota, marking a significant milestone in American psychology. Profile Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 41 for "Profile"X related to "Childhood exposure to televised..."