Results 1–10 of 56 for "Profile"X related to "Animal sleep studies offer hope for..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicSafety & design (4)Military (3)Women & men (3)Children (2)Education (2) 12 more... [+] Environment (2)Health disparities (2)Personality (2)Race (2)Disability (1)Law & psychology (1)Obesity (1)Pain (1)Sport & exercise (1)Teens (1)Testing issues (1)Therapy (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeProfileXYear2012 (2)2011 (4)Author/ContributorDewsbury, Donald A. (2)Vande Kemp, Hendrika (2)Baker, David (1)Ball, Laura C. (1)Brigandi, Nicole (1) 20 more... [+] Bronstein, Phyllis (1)Broudy, Matthew S. (1)Canetto, Silvia Sara (1)Carnicom, Sara (1)Czerwinski, Mary (1)Daly, Jennifer C. (1)Devonis, David (1)Faye, Cathy (1)Froese, Jared (1)Granek, Leeat (1)Hogan, John D. (1)Kaslow, Nadine (1)MacKay, Jenna (1)Morris, Edward K. (1)Nolan, Laurence J. (1)Rutherford, Alexandra (1)Saltzman, Ann L. (1)Shour, Rachel (1)Thomas, Roger K. (1)Uffelman, Rachel (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 56 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Dr. Jackie Ogden, Experimental PsychologistDr. Ogden uses psychological science to analyze and measure ways that Walt Disney Parks and Resorts’ environmental exhibits, programs and shows — which often feature live animals — educate audiences about conservation and wildlife. Profile 2.Dr. Tracy Kretzmer, NeuropsychologistDr. Kretzmer uses psychological science to assess sleep problems among veterans and educate them about the importance of sleep to aid in their recovery and well-being.Profile 3.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 4.Neal Elgar Miller (1909-2002)Miller used behavioral methodologies and neurophysiological techniques to investigate hunger and thirst, and this blending of ideas and practices not only laid the foundation for modern neuroscience but also fundamentally changed our understanding of behavior and motivation. Profile 5.Dr. Brian Cheuvront, Environmental PsychologistDr. Cheuvront is using psychological science to protect marine life and end the practice of overfishing. In the process, he’s building relationships with fishermen who rely on the oceans for their livelihood.Profile 6.Neal Elgar Miller: 1961 APA PresidentMiller’s relationship with the APA was prolonged and fruitful. In addition to serving on a number of boards and committees, he served as President from 1960-1961, and among many other honors he received the APA Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award in 1959 and the APA Citation for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology in 1991.Profile (January 2011)7.APA PresidentView the biography and work of 2014 APA President Nadine Kaslow, PhD.Profile 8.Dr. Andrea Farkas Patenaude, Genetics PsychologistDr. Patenaude uses psychological science not only to study patients’ predisposition to disease, but to support them in processing the information.Profile 9.Ernest Hilgard (1904-2001)Hilgard ensured the growing application of psychology to many different social problems was recognized as a legitimate endeavor for psychologists and helped set the stage for the tremendous growth of psychology as both a science and profession after the end of WWII.Profile 10.Dr. Linda Spear, Developmental PsychopharmacologistDr. Spear studies how the adolescent brain responds to alcohol, which is different from how an adult’s brain responds.Profile Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 56 for "Profile"X related to "Animal sleep studies offer hope for..."