Richard E Morehouse
Developmental psychology and Applied philosophy
Richard (Mort) Morehouse is Professor Emeritus in Psychology,Viterbo University (La Crosse, WI, USA). He was Adjunct Professor, Graduate Program/Counseling and Psychological Services, Saint Marys University, Winona, Minnesota, 1996 to 2008, and Visiting Professor at the School of Education and Community, Glynd?r University Wrexham, Wales, UK (2002 - 2008). He has worked in Philosophy for Children since 1980 and has taught Psychology and Education for more than 30 Years. He is Emeritus Director and past president of the North American Association for Community of Inquiry (NAACI) and the author of Beginning Interpretative Inquiry: A step-by-step guide to research and evaluation (2012). Co-author of Beginning Qualitative Research: a philosophical and practical guide (MayKut and Morehouse, 1994), Investigacióncualitativa: unaguíapráctica y filosófica (Translated into Spanish, 1999).
Ronald C Naso
President-elect, American Board and Academy of Psychoanalysis
Psychotherapy; Psychoanalysis; Psychological testing
Ronald Naso is a psychoanalyst and clinical psychologist in independent practice in Stamford, CT. He is currently a director and President-elect of the American Board and Academy of Psychoanalysis (ABAPsa) as well as a member of the ABAPsa workgroup responsible for the development of educational and training standards adopted by the Commission for the Recognition of Specialties and Proficiencies in Professional Psychology. The author of numerous papers on psychoanalytic topics and associate editor of Contemporary Psychoanalytic Studies, contributing editor of Division/Review and Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychiatry, his book entitled Hypocrisy Unmasked: Dissociation, Shame, and the Ethics of Inauthenticity was published by Aronson in 2010. His new books, co-edited with Dr. Jon Mills, Humanizing Evil: Psychoanalytic, Philosophical, and Clinical Perspectives (Routledge) and Ethics of Evil: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Karnac), will be published in 2016.
LaserMD Pain Relief
High-dose laser to treat pain; using high-dose laser to treat neuropsychological illnesses including PTSD, TBI; Depression
Dual career, medicine and highly scalable software. Superb clinical, communication, and leadership skills. Currently focused on using high-dose laser to treat pain, and using high-dose laser to treat neuropsychological illnesses including PTSD, TBI, and depression. Experience: 2015 - Chief Med Officer, Laser MD Pain Relief, Inc. Manhattan Beach, CA 2015 - SVP, Ops, Identity & Credit Services, Inc. El Segundo, CA 2013 â 2015 VP, Product Management, NationsInfo, Inc. Westlake Village, CA 2012 - 2013 Clinical Research IRB Member, Chesapeake Research & Review Columbia, MD 2011 â 2013 Product & Management Consulting Arlington, VA Project: Afilias. Global identity verification of consumers and entities: Analyze, architect, and build a global real-time, low-cost, extensible cloud identity verification system for a B2B2C company with 20 million customers.
Institute of Molecular Bioimaging and Physiology of Italian National Council of Research
Having wide interests, Dr. Alberto Zani is concerned with the study of mind and brain from cognitive neurosciences perspective. He investigates visuo-cognitive and affective functions of the human brain in the attempt to localize brain areas and neural networks subserving these functions, and to determine the temporal dynamics of their activation so to gain insight onto brain serial and parallel processing modes. More specifically, the investigation of neural networks for visual stimulus perception and categorization as well as for the control of endogenous and exogenous visuospatial attention are some of his primary interests. Other fields of his interest are neural mechanisms underlying brain language-switching processes in interpreters and multilinguals, with the goal of understanding the plastic reorganization occurring in the human brain with the learning and proficient use of multiple languages. In addition, individual differences in affective functions between genders, and marital and parental status (e.g., male vs. female, married vs. unmarried people, and people with vs. people without children) are in the focus of his interests. This research bears strong implications for his research on the activation of the so-called F5-located âmirror neuronsâ (MN) in motor-skilled (e.g., such as athletes, ballet dancers, etc.) and non-skilled individuals as well as for emotion-related MN activation in the context of both appropriate and inappropriate socio-relational and emotional contexts. More recently, he also got involved in the study of the functionality of both the central and peripheral nervous systems in relation to music production and appreciation both in musicians and musically-non-educated people.
Dr Alberto Zani graduated âSumma cum laudeâ in Experimental Psychology in 1979 at the University âLa Sapienzaâ of Rome, discussing a Dissertation on âBrain Chemical Neuro-transmitters: Metabolic, Functional and Behavioral Aspectsâ. In 1981, he won a Fellowship from the Italian National Council of Research (CNR) in the context of the Triennial Special Research Program âEarly Diagnosis and Prevention of Neural Sensory Deficitsâ to be carried out at the Umberto I Hospital of Rome, Italy. In 1982 he also received a Fellowship from the Dutch Foreign Office for an experimental program to be carried out at the Institute of Physiology and the Faculty of Psychology of University of Leiden, The Netherlands. Since late 1982 until late 1984 he spent a research period as Visiting Research Fellow at these same Institutions. Since 1982 until 1990 he was also a Research Fellow at the Institute of Psychology (IP) of the Italian CNR. In 1990, he obtained a contest-awarded specialization in âPhysiological and Pharmacological Sciencesâ from Italian CNR, and was awarded with a tenured position of Researcher at the IP-CNR. In 1991, he received a Scholarship from James McDonnel Foundation for Cognitive Neuroscience, School of Medicine, Dartmouth College, USA, and, in 1996, a Scholarship from NATO, Advanced Institute on Role of Human Corpus Callosum in Sensory Motor Integration: Anatomy, Physiology, Behavior: Individual Differences & Clinical Applications. In 2000, he moved to the Institute of Neuroscience and Bioimaging of CNR, in Milan, Italy, which in 2003 was renamed in Institute of Molecular Bioimaging and Physiology (IBFM-CNR). From 1996 till 2012, he directed the âCognitive Electrophysiology Labâ, while, since late 2012 up today, the state-of-the-art âCognitive Electrofunctional Brain imaging Laboratoryâ of IBFM-CNR. More complete infos on Dr. Zaniâs profile and publications can be seen in his personal window-websites: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010546066911 or directly https://erplabcnr.wordpress.com/.
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Anthony Shay is a Capacity Building Specialist, Research and Knowledge Mobilization Specialist, and a Rehabilitation Specialist with the University of Wisconsin, Stout Vocational Rehabilitation Institute. He holds a Doctoral Degree in Education and a Masterâs Degree in Counseling and Psychological Services. Anthony is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, and holds an Assistive Technology and Accessible Design Certification. He chairs the Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology Society of North Americaâs (RESNA) Vocational Rehabilitation Professional Specialty Group (VRPSG), represents SVRI on the WisLoan Board, Wisconsinâs assistive technology alternative loan program, and chairs Everybody Works!, a regional nonprofit.
N. Clayton Silver
University of Nevada
Dr. N. Clayton Silver investigates the salience, understandability, and behavioral compliance of warnings. There are numerous variables (e.g., signal words, color, icons) that influence whether we notice, read, and/or comply with a warning. His research considers these variables in an attempt to ultimately reduce accidents and increase safety related behaviors. He is also interested in general human factors issues. Second, he develops user-friendly statistical software that augments the standard statistical software packages. One of his primary interests in the statistical field concerns hypothesis testing in correlation. His interests also include psychometrics and measurement.
Dr.N. Clayton Silver is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He received his Bachelorďż˝s degree from the University of Cincinnati and Masterďż˝s and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Tulane University. After receiving his PhD, he taught at the University of Richmond, Appalachian State University, and the University of Central Florida. He is co-author of one book and numerous scholarly articles in a variety of psychological areas.
Yale School of Medicine
Research Institute for Molecular Biology and Biophysics
sleep Regulation and Somnology; Electrophysiology; Personality; Individual differences; Evolutionary Psychology and History of science
Arcady A. Putilov received his 1st PhD (Doctoral Candidate in Biol. Sciences) in animal and human physiology from the Institute of Physiology (Novosibirsk, Russia), and 2nd PhD (Doctor in Biol. Sciences) in normal physiology from Siberian Medical University (Tomsk, Russia). He is experienced in research of various rhythmic processes in physiology, biochemistry, zoology, psychology and psychiatry. He authored more than 200 publications including articles in peer reviewed international journals (Neuropsychopharmacology, World Journal of Biological Psychiatry, Psychiatry Research, Psychopathology, Physiology and Behavior, Clinical EEG and Neuroscience, Clinical Neurophysiology, Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, Personality and Individual Differences, Journal of Individual Differences, International Journal of Psychophysiology, Journal of Psychophysiology, Chronobiology International, Sleep and Biological Rhythms, Sleep Science, Biological Rhythm Research, Somnologie, Current Aging Science, etc.). He also wrote in Russian for the general public about sleep, biological rhythms, seasonal depression, and history of evolutionary psychology.
Andrea Rodrigues Brunelli Donnard
Clinical Psychology Coordinator
Sexually abused children: grieving in childhood; Adolescence and adult training; support groups; Empowerment of poor communities decrease risk social and domestic violence; Working with refugee children; paliativo care; End of life and talking about death with children; Children and death; HIV/ SIDA in adolescent; Aderence of treatment
Andrea Donnard is a Clinical Psychologist formed in 1986 PUC / MG, attending mental health since 1990 in private practice for 26 years. In 1991 she specialized themselves in application and survey diagnosis (children and adolescents). In 1996 began studies in Thanatology, the Format and Dr. Harley Bessa. In 2000 she became a member of ADEC (Association for death counseling and education) - USA. In 2003 she was invited to coordinate the Psychology sector Oxion- oncological medicine -Hospital day. Through a training in the Portuguese Hospital Benefit in SĂŁo Paulo - the wing Oncopediatrics. Still in Oxion in 2004 specialized in Health Psychology. In 2006, he volunteered in support of home living, for people Virus HIV / AIDS, as coordinator of psychology and management. The individual calls, group, family, fundraising were made of outpatient basis and Eduardo de Menezes Hospital, following the hospitalized cases of tuberculosis and terminals. In 2007 begins its expertise in psycho-oncology and palliative care. In 2009 he was invited by the Brazilian Society of Palliative Care to take over the coordination of the Company in Minas Gerais in two Management anos.Neste period, participated in the preparation of the Companys magazine Fatigue, Nausea and Vomiting. You begin to meet in 2007 as Psycho - Oncologist at the Clinic of Otorhinolaryngology-Center under direction of Dr. Manoel Cataldo (in memoriam), promoting primary health care, prevention and monitoring of patients with head and neck cancer. humanization lessons in care, prevention of burn-out, clinical case discussion, to the multidisciplinary team. Implemented during this period the psycho-oncology sector and palliative care in the hospital Mater Dei. Radiotherapy, chemotherapy, surgical oncology, .CrianĂ§as beds, adolescents and adults, weekly meeting team. In Brazilian Psycho-oncology receives Certificate of Distinction in Knowledge Congress. Begins specialization in developmental psychology, couples, families, groups and bereavement. In 2010 after the closing of the ENT Clinic with the death of the Director, begins a research work and care in Biocancer Oncad. Search for vaccines for cancer, bariatric and oncological surgery.
Department of Psychiatry, Rural Medical College
Health Services Ministry of Social Justice; Empowerment; Ministry of Defense; Indian Council of medical research
Department of Psychology, L.N. Mithila University
Organizational Behavior; HRD; HRM; Psychology of Disadvantaged.
Dr. Anis Ahmad is a young and dynamic psychologist and presently engaged in teaching and research as an Associate Professor and Head, Department of Psychology, Millat College, Darbhanga (a constituent unit of L.N. Mithila University) since 2005. Dr. Ahmad started his career as an âAssociateâ of a research project sponsored by the University Grants Commision, New Delhi with Professor A.K. Sen, Dept. of Psychology, University of Delhi. He has also contributed a Book Chapter jointly with Prof. Sen. in a book entitled âPsychology in South Asiaâ, Dhaka, Bangladesh in 1996. He is a recipient of Bharat Vikas Award and also received âBest Research Paper Awardâ at International Conference of IAAP, Pondicherry in 2002. He was also elected as Council Member in Indian Academy of Applied Psychology. Besides these, he visited many International / National Universities for academic purposes. He organized two UGC sponsored National Seminar and apart from these, various academic activities have also been organized by him like âMillennium Interactions among Students of Psychologyâ, âPsychology in the New Millennium. These events were first of its kind in Indian scenario. Besides of these he has served Bahir Dar University, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia for two academic sessions and is rendering his services as reviewer and occupied his position as Editor-in Chief and in members of the editorial board at National and International academic arena. He is author of 03 book, 06 Book Chapters and more than 33 research papers published in national and international journals of repute. He did complete 02 research project sponsored by UGC and 03 PhD theses have also been awarded under his supervision. He is now affiliated to many academic bodies like IAAP, Indian Science Congress Association, Centre for Good Living, Indian Association of Muslim Social Scientists, International Association of Holistic Psychology and Association of âWorld without Angerâ (WWA), Nepal. His current research interest is in the fields of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Development/ Management and Psychology of the Disadvantaged.
Mary Ann Travis
Travis Psycho-Educational Services (TPS) Inc
Women; Perfectionism and Shame; Narcissism and Shame; Body Focused Repetitive; Behaviors; Self-Harm; Learned Helplessness
Academic Experience: h.D. Human and Organizational Development The Fielding Institute ;Santa Barbara, CA. Degree; Conferred: June, 2003 ;Master of Arts ;Human and Organizational Development The Fielding Institute Santa Barbara, CA Degree Conferred: December 2001; Education Specialist School Psychology University of Central Florida;Orlando, FL Degree Conferred: May, 1997; Education Specialist English Education Nova University;Fort Lauderdale, FL Degree Conferred: June,1989;Master of Arts: Education Arizona State University Tempe, AZ Degree Conferred: September, 1974..Academic experiences in addition to course work; Trichotillomania and Related Body Focused Disorders: Scientific Advisory Board Certification ;Trichotillomania and Related Body Focused Disorders: National Conference ;The Fielding Institute Student Governance: Curriculum Development for the adult learner ;The Fielding Institute Student Governance: Distance Learning.Curriculum for the Adult Learner â Community Building and Retention;Multiple Intelligences in the classroom workshop ; Brain Based Education/ Learning Styles seminar ;Grant writing ;Developmental guidance and counseling ;Career Development.
Leon Van Niekerk
University of Fort Hare
Sport Psychology; Mental Skills; Training Research Teaching
Leon van Niekerk was born in the early sixties in Vereeniging, where he completed his primary and secondary school years. Thereafter he began his studies at the Northwest University. He completed his BA, Hons BA and ThB (Theology) at the Northwest University. He married his wife, Elzette in 1992 and they have two children, Rudolph (21) and Frances (18). He was a minister of religion in the Reformed Church Vaalpark (Sasolburg) and Bergbron (Johannesburg) for 23 years. During that time, he continued his studies in Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, where he completed his MA degree in Counselling Psychology (2000) and his PhD in Psychology (2006). In 2007, he completed his European Masters Degree in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the Catholic University in Leuven, Belgium. He is a registered Counselling Psychologist and specializes in Sport Psychology. Prof. van Niekerk has been the sport psychologist for numerous National and International athletes in sports such as golf, squash, football, rugby, Olympic- and Paralympic athletes, swimmers, cricket players and teams. He has recently been appointed as the Sport Psychologist for our Deaf National Rugby Team, who played two tests against Wales as well as the Under 17 Football team (Amajimboâs) competing in the Youth World Cup in Chile. He taught Psychology and Sport Psychology for 15 years at the University of Johannesburg. Currently he is the Head of the Department of Human Movement Sciences and Professor in Sport Psychology at the University of Fort Hare. He is also running a part-time private practice in East London.
British Psychological Society (BPS)
Cross cultural relationships
Samuelochie has a Jungian background. His Masterâs Thesis was on Jung and the Shadow and over 30 years of therapeutic work, in three continents, as well as 10 years with Physis, under the late Petruska Clarkson. He was trained in the United States and furthered his training in the UK. He undertook his placement at the Isis Centre in Oxford and the Oxford Brooks University before setting up a practice in Reading, as well as doing presentations for professional bodies, researching and writing books in the field. His approach to client work is that the client decides on what mode of approach works for them, and a model is then built around the âstructureâ of the client. This is negotiated by how the client absorbs the one to one interaction and the emotional language of the client. The approaches are Integrative, integrating Person Center, CBT, Psychodynamic, Transactional Analysis or structuralism approaches. The forms of therapy may be short term counseling, (under six sessions) or long term psychotherapy (generally over eight sessions). He had gone on to construct and developed an approach called Skiatism, which is an approach that transcends cultural biases, as it can be put into any culture without diluting the content of the interaction. His e-book entitled In Bed With My Therapists gives a wider grounding about this process, developed from experience of three continents to which he had travelled and lived as an Author, Trainer and a Psychologist for the past 30 years. He had counseled in the areas of Mental Health, Ageing, ethnicity, Race and culture.
Caren (Finnerman) Rich
Weinfeld Education Group
Creative arts; Education; Tutoring; Assessment; Therapy; Connecting relationships; Perfumery
Caren (Finnerman) Rich, provides educational consulting and advocacy. She has taught in self-contained, general education and inclusion settings with students of all ages. She supports differently abled students including students with AD/HD, Learning Disabilities, Deaf-Blind, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, Gifted and those with an Emotional Disturbance diagnosis. Caren earned her B.A. in Psychobiology from the University of Los Angeles, her M.A. in Educational Psychology and Counseling from California State University, Northridge, her M.S. in Educational Administration from Pepperdine University. She received teaching credentials at California State University, Northridge and Los Angeles. Caren has Doctorates in Holistic Health and Clinical Psychology from Ryokan College. Caren taught Lifespan Development and Child Abuse classes to Doctoral Students at Ryokan College. She was the Special Education Coordinator for Chabad Schools in Los Angeles. Her expertise in a variety of methodologies, including Unique Learning System and Linda-Mood Bell, allows her the broad knowledge needed to work with a variety of populations. Caren and her husband Bill Rich, a photographer, raised her two independent twice-exceptional grown sons. Caren is a Medical and Dental Hypnotherapist with additional certifications as a Life Coach and Spiritual Counselor. She served as the Los Angeles Panel Autism Expert for The Horse Boy documentary. Her current Board positions include: Sojourn Battered Women and their Children, Los Angeles- Nagoya Sister Cities. She won several grants and awards for Network for a Healthy California, California School Garden Network and Donors Choose. She continues to facilitate womenâs groups on relationships and parenting. She visits with her Therapy Dog, Gigi ,the Veteransâ Administration West Los Angeles and has been part of The Veteranâs Holiday Celebration Team since 1993.
Stephan M. Carlson
Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center
2011 â Present - Executive Council Member of Tackling Youth Substance Abuse (TYSA) Initiative, A Project of the Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness; 2011 â Present - Member of American College of Physician Executives, 2010 â Present Member of American Society of Addiction Medicine; 2007 â Present Member and Presenter at Academy of Organizational & Occupational Psychiatry in Chicago, Illinois; 2005 â 2007; American Psychoanalytic Association; 2004 â 2007 - Tennessee Psychiatric Association; 2004 â 2007 - Nashville Meditation Group, Advocated for coordinated system of care for underinsured 2004 â 2007 - Nashville Psychoanalytic Study Group Member, Study group met monthly during the academic year to discuss topics of psychoanalytic interest and sponsors occasional workshops or public presentations; 2004 â 2007 Student Vice-President of Tennessee Medical Association (TMA), Organized Doctorâs Day on the Hill; Carried the collective voice of physicians from across the state on Capitol Hill meeting and working directly with lawmakers to influence public policies affecting the practice of medicine; 2004 â 2007 Volunteer Member on weekends at Downtown Clinic for Homelessness; 2004 â 2007 - Nashville Academy of Medicine; 2003 â Present - American Psychiatric Association, ID 311054 1997 â 2004 - American Medical Association; 1997 â 2010 - Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists
Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences
Affective Neurosciences, Mathematical Cognition, Working Memory, Neurofeedback, Functional Connectivity, Graph Theory, Network Dynamics, Time-Varying Networks of Human Connectome aka Chronectome
Manousos Klados has BSc in Mathematics at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTh), and a MSc and PhD in Medical Informatics at the Medical School of the same university. Now he is serving as a postdoctoral researcher in the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences where he received a funded scholarship. From a methodological perspective, my main research interests are based mostly on human connectivity, where I am currently investigating the connectivity phenotypes of personality using fMRI. I am also interested in graph theoretical modeling of humans brain, as well as the modulation introduced in brain networks either by affective and/or cognitive stimuli or under pathological circumstances. During his career he has received several funded scholarships and awards, while until now he has worked in many EU funded research projects and he has coordinated a national one. He has organized three international conferences and participated in over 20 international conferences with peer reviewed proceedings. He has published over 18 journal papers and almost 20 international proceedings papers having a h-index=10.
Kamlesh Kumar Sahu
Government Medical College & Hospital
Teaching and supervision of postgraduate trainee; Planning; Execution; Evaluation and coordination of counselling/mental health /psychosocial rehabilitation services and research
National Dong Hwa University
Audience Psychology; Group Identity (national, extremist); Film marketing (film companiesâ marketing strategies; Audiencesâ reaction to the marketing tactics manifested via decision making)
Nick Yeh is BA in English Literature, MA in Counseling Psychology and PhD in Cultural Studies (Media & Film concentration), Nick Yeh (Chi-Shu Yeh) is a true interdisciplinary scholar. His doctoral dissertation titled How one Writes, Produces, Markets a Movie and how an Audience Reads the Movie, won the prestigious Kozmetsky Trans-disciplinary Dissertation Award. Prior to conducting his own doctoral research project, Nick had worked at Claremont McKenna Collegeâs Asian Mental Health Lab and interned at two state-funded community mental health centers in the greater Boston area. Aside from his academic credentials, Nick is also a filmmaking professional. His films have collected recognition at numerous film festivals such Siouxland Film Festival, Bonita Springs International Film Festival, Maryland International Film Festival, Ozark Short Film Festival, New Hope Film Festival and have been screened at Nice International Film Festival (France) and Cannes Film Festival. The hands-on experience in the film industry gives Nick a unique pair of eyes when he examines the psychology of audiences
University of Tehran
Clinical psychology; Social psychology; Group and family therapy
Mojtaba Dalir is postdoctoral researcher at university of Tehran and PhD in psychology. He is outstanding graduate in psychology. He is a member board of directors at Iranian association of social psychology (since 2012) and member board of directors at Iranian association of health psychology (since 2014). He is lecturer at Payam Noor University (since 2008) and Islamic Azad University (since 2014). He has worked on treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (since 2002) and has published some articles in this area. He worked as executive director of the social psychology research quarterly (2014-2015). He has published several books, scientific articles in clinical and social psychology and many notes in newspapers about social psychology. He worked as a psychologist at Institute for Cognitive Science Studies (2013-2014) as well as private practice (since 2002).
Joseph E Comaty
Clinical & Medical Psychologist Consultant
Clinical Psychopharmacology; Treatment of serious mental illness; Clinical research; Behavior therapy
Joseph E Comaty received his M.S. in experimental psychology from Villanova University; his Ph.D. in psychology with a specialization in clinical neuropsychology from the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, in Illinois; and his postdoctoral Masters Degree in clinical psychopharmacology from Alliant University/CSPP of California. He is a licensed psychologist under the Louisiana State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (LSBEP) and a licensed Medical Psychologist (i.e., prescribing psychologist) under the Louisiana State Board of Medical Examiners. He retired from the Louisiana Department of Health and Hospitals, Office of Behavioral Health in 2013 where he was the Chief Psychologist and Medical Psychologist and Director of the Division of Quality Management. He is an adjunct assistant professor in psychology at Louisiana State University (LSU) in Baton Rouge and serves as emeritus faculty of the Southern Louisiana Internship Consortium (SLIC) in psychology at LSU. He served as member of the LSBEP from 2006 to 2010 and as its chair from 2010 to 2011; he has just completed (as of December 2014) his term as a charter member and most recent chair of the RxP Designation Committee of APA, and is a current site reviewer for APAs Committee on Accreditation. He is a member of the Model Act and Regulation Revision Committee for the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB). His research is in the areas of behavior therapy, pharmacology, and clinical psychopharmacology. He is the author of over 60 articles, book chapters, and presentations. He is a co-author of the psychopharmacology textbook, Juliens Primer of Drug Action, the most recent edition being published in April 2014. He has served on federal grant review committees and has been a reviewer for Psychiatric Services; The Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences; the Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research; and the Journal of Psychology & Clinical Psychiatry.