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2012
Federhar, David Bernard
drdave@email.arizona.edu



Education:

High School: Tucson High School (Tucson, Arizona); June, 1969.

Undergraduate: The University of Arizona; May, 1972.
                 BA with distinction.
                 Major: Chemistry; Minor: Biology.
               The University of Arizona; 72-73 year.
                 Degree equivalent in Psychology.
Graduate: The University of Arizona.
            Master’s Degree in Psychology; May, 1975.
            Doctoral Degree in Psychology; December, 1983.
               Major: Developmental Psychology.
               Minor: Clinical Psychology.

Current/Recent Employment:


The University of Arizona (1988 – current): Adjunct Assistant Professor: Supervising
      graduate students as a School Psychologist; Teaching the SERSP 694B Practicum
      class.

Northern Arizona University (1988 – current): Adjunct Professor, Level IV; Teaching
      classes in the graduate program out of the Tucson office.

Flowing Wells Unified School District (2004-2006): School Psychologist.

Park University (2011 - current): Adjunct Professor.

Pima Community College (1977-2004): Adjunct Faculty.

Tucson Unified School District (1977-2004): School Psychologist.
Professional Training and Experiences:

1972-73: U of A Psychology Department, Child Development Laboratory with Ralph
       Wetzel, Ph.D. and Joe Patterson, supervised work with: oppositional and autistic
       children; a gifted kindergarten; development and research with an infant stimulation
       project with El Rio Neighborhood Youth Center; and development of a behavioral
       rating scale for infancy development.

1973-74: U of A Psychology Department: GTA for Terry Daniel, Ph.D. and Sal Zagona,
              Ph.D. for Intro to Psychology classes; continued in Child Psychology
              Laboratory as graduate student; Thesis research with Mary Wetzel, Ph.D.
       U of A Medical College: Thesis research with John Madden, M.D.

1974-75: U of A Psychology Department: GTA and co-director of Child Development
              Laboratory (Ralph Wetzel, Ph.D. and Alice Chang, Ph.D.): behavioral
              analysis and treatment of emotionally disturbed and autistic preschoolers;
              training of undergraduate and graduate students; and directing a parent
              training group; GTA for Terry Daniel, Ph.D. (Intro to Psych) and Dorothy
              Marquart, Ph.D. (Experimental Psych) including discussion and laboratory;
              thesis research continued; training in adult and child clinical analysis
              (Alice Chang, Ph.D. and Lewis Hertz, Ph.D.); and colloquium with Sid
              Bijou, Ph.D..
       U of A Medical College: continued research.
       TUSD # 1 Special Education (supervised by Mary Meredith, Ed.D., Director of
              Special Education): Professional Internship Program for gifted high
              schoolers; and evaluation of special education classrooms (with Thomas
              Kratochwill, Ph.D.) with regard to teacher skills.
       Summer, 1975: U of A Psychology Department: Teaching Psychology 194: Child
              Psych Lab Practicum and additional training in supervision (Ralph Wetzel,
              Ph.D.); and practicum in behavioral assessment (Ted Rosenthal, Ph.D.).

1975-76: U of A Psychology Department: GTA and co-director of Child Development
              Lab: supervision and training of undergraduate and graduate students in
              principles of applied behavioral analysis with autistic, oppositional and
              delayed preschoolers and students.
       TUSD # 1: grant writer and consultant to PACT (Program for Autistic Children
              in Tucson); supervised student aides in special education settings.
       Summer, 1976: U of A: Teaching Psych 194 – Child Development Lab course.

1976-77: U of A Psychology Department: GTA in Child Development Lab; GTA for
              Dorothy Marquart, Ph.D. (Experimental Psych); Teaching 2 sections of
              Psych 113 - Developmental Psych.
       TUSD # 1: consultant and report writer for PACT.
       Summer, 1977: U of A: Teaching Psych 194 – Child Development Lab course.
1977-78: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 5 schools (4 elementary and 1 middle
              school).
       U of A: dissertation work.

1978-79: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 5 schools (4 elementary and 1 high school).
       U of A; dissertation work.
       Pima Community College, community campus: teaching 2 classes of Psych 100,
              Intro to Psych, at DMAFB.

1979-80: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; consultant for desegregation
              services.
       Pima Community College: Teaching 1 Intro to Psych (Psych 100) at DMAFB
              and 2 classes of Normal Personality (Psych 103) at East Campus.
       U of A: dissertation work; graduate work in Neuropsychology (Ralph Reitan,
              Ph.D.).

1980-81: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; consultant for desegregation;
              consultant for neuropsychology.
       Pima Community College: teaching classes in Intro to Psych (Psych 100 and 101)
              at DMAFB and Social Psych (Psych 102) at East Campus.
       U of A: dissertation work; graduate work in Neuropsychology (Ralph Reitan,
              Ph.D.).

1981-82: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; consultant for desegregation and
             neuropsychology issues.
       Pima College: Teaching (3 times each) Intro to Psych (Psych 100 and 101) at East
             Campus and DMAFB.
       ERAU: teaching Intro to Psych class at DMAFB.

1982-83: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including 1 special education
              campus); neuropsychological evaluations and consultations.
       Pima College: teaching ( 2 times each) Intro to Psych (Psych 100 and 101) at
              DMAFB and East Campus.
       ERAU: teaching Intro to Psych class at DMAFB.
       U of A: finished and defended dissertation during summer school.

1983-84: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including 1 special education
             campus); neuropsychological evaluations and consultations.
       Pima Community College: teaching (2 times each) Intro to Psych (Psych 100 and
             101) at DMAFB and East Campus.
       Park College (DMAFB): Started new Social Psychology undergraduate program
             for students and taught 2 classes: Tests and Measurements and Behavior
             Management Techniques. Taught 2 classes (Developmental Psych and
             Methods of Counseling and Guidance) in summer school.
       ERAU: teaching Intro to Psych class at DMAFB.
1984-85: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including 1 special education
               campus); neuropsychological evaluations and consultations; summer
               training by Gesell Institute.
       Pima Community College: teaching (2 times each) Intro to Psych (Psych 100 and
               101) at East Campus and DMAFB.
       Park College: teaching 4 Psychology classes (Abnormal Psych, Topics in Social
               Psych, Counseling Theory, and Methods of Social Research).
       State of Arizona: contract for Psychoeducational evaluations at Catalina Mountain
               School for adolescent offenders and Arizona Training Center for
               adolescent offenders convicted as adults.
       ERAU: teaching Intro to Psych class.

1985-86: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including 1 special education
             campus); neuropsychological evaluations and consultations.
       Pima Community College: teaching 3 Intro to Psych classes; writing across the
             curriculum workshops.
       Park College: teaching 4 classes (Behavior Management Techniques, Social
             Psychology, Tests and Measurements, and Systems of Psychotherapy).
       ERAU: teaching 3 classes (Intro to Sociology, Intro to Psych, and Personality
             Development).

1986-87: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including 1 special education
             campus); neuropsychological assessment and consultation.
       Pima Community College: teaching 2 Intro to Psych classes.
       Park College: teaching 4 classes (Intro to Counseling and Guidance, Abnormal
             Psych twice, and Intro to Social Psych).
       ERAU: teaching Intro to Sociology class.

1987-88: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 school (including one special education
             campus); neuropsychological assessment and consultation; Project Child
             Find for handicapped preschoolers.
       Pima Community College: teaching 3 Intro to Psych classes.
       Park College: teaching 7 classes (Tests and Measurements twice, Adult
             Development and Aging, Systems of Psychotherapy, Abnormal Psychology,
             Social Psych, and Methods of Social Research).
       Chapman College: teaching 2 classes of Adolescent Psych.
       McPherson College: teaching Adolescent Psych.

1988-89: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 5 schools (including one special education
             campus); neuropsychological assessment and consultation.
       Pima Community College: teaching 3 Intro to Psych classes; outstanding associate
             faculty award winner.
       Park College: teaching 6 classes (Methods of Psychotherapy, Minority Group
             Relations, Abnormal Psych, Social Psych, Tests and Measurements, and
             Methods of Social Research).
       Chapman College: teaching Theories of Learning.
1989-90: TUSD #1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including one special education
             campus); neuropsychological assessment and consultation.
       Pima Community College: teaching 3 Intro to Psych classes; nominated for
             teaching award.
       Park College: teaching 3 classes (Abnormal Psych, Systems of Psychotherapy, and
             Social Psych).
       Chapman College: teaching 2 classes (Adolescent Psych and Learning Theory).
       NAU: teaching Adolescent Psych.

1990-91: TUSD #1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including one special education
              campus); neuropsychological assessment and consultations.
       Pima Community College: teaching 4 Intro to Psych classes; finalist for teaching
              award.
       Park College: teaching 4 classes (Abnormal Psych, Social Psych, Methods of
              Psychotherapy, and Methods of Social Research).
       ERAU: teaching Personality Theory.
       Chapman College: teaching 3 classes (Research Methods and Learning Theories
              twice).
       NAU: teaching Adolescent Psych.
       Troy State University: teaching Testing Theory.

1991-92: TUSD #1: School Psychologist at 4 schools (including one special education
              campus – last year of the school - consulted with regard to school closure
              and mainstreaming/inclusion issues); neuropsychological assessment and
              consultation.
       Pima Community College: teaching 4 Intro to Psych classes; finalist for teaching
              award.
       Park College: teaching 5 classes (Abnormal Psych, Social Psych, Systems of
              Psychotherapy, Tests and Measurements, and Methods of Social Research).
       Chapman University: teaching 3 classes (Research Methods, Counseling the
              Culturally Different, Testing Theory); and workshops for Master’s Exams.
       Troy State University: teaching 2 classes of Counseling and Human
              Development.

1992-93 TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; neuropsychological assessment and
              consultation; supervision of School Psych Intern and Doctoral Intern from
              U of A.
       Pima Community College: teaching 4 Intro to Psych classes; teaching award;
              originator of new scholarship for Pima students.
       Park College: teaching 4 classes (Social Psych twice, Tests and Measurements,
              and Behavioral Research Methods).
       Chapman University: teaching 5 classes (Seminar in Learning Theory twice,
              Testing Theory and Procedure twice, and Educational Research and
              Evaluation); faculty advisor; Master’s Exam workshops; attended main
              campus faculty forum.
       Troy State University: teaching Fundamentals of Counseling.
1993-94: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; neuropsychological assessment and
             consultation; supervision of School Psych Intern and Doctoral Intern from
             U of A.
       Pima Community College: teaching 4 Intro to Psych classes; faculty inservices;
             teaching award finalist; professional mentor; Great Teaching Ideas
             Workshop.
       Chapman University: teaching 6 classes ( Seminar in Learning Theory twice,
             Research Methods twice, Testing Theory and Procedures, and Abnormal
             Child/Adolescent Psych); Master’s Comprehensive Exam workshops;
             faculty advisor; representative to main campus faculty forum.
       Park College: teaching 3 classes (Methods of Psychotherapy, Research Methods,
             and Minority Group Relations).
       NAU: teaching 1 class ((Adolescent Psych).

1994-95: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; neuropsychological assessment and
              consultation; supervision of doctoral intern from U of A.
       Pima Community College: teaching 4 sections of Intro to Psych; faculty
              inservices; teaching award; representative to faculty council; and new student
              advisor.
       Chapman University: teaching 5 classes (Research methods twice, Learning
              Theory twice, and Testing Theory); faculty advisor; supervision of
              counseling intern.
       NAU: teaching 2 classes of Adolescent Psych.
       Park College: teaching 3 classes (Survey of Special Education, minority Group
              Relations, and Systems of Psychotherapy).
       Troy State University: teaching 1 class of Testing Theory.

1995-96: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; neuropsychological assessment and
             consultation; supervision of doctoral intern from U of A.
       Pima Community College: teaching 4 sections of Intro to Psych; representative to
             faculty council.
       Chapman University: teaching 6 classes (Testing theory twice, Research Methods
             twice, Learning Theory twice); faculty advisor.
       Park College: teaching 2 classes (Minority Group Relations and Testing Theory);
             development of a new course (Intro to APA Format) for Park College).
       NAU: teaching 2 classes of Adolescent Psych.

1996-97: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; neuropsychological assessment and
             consultation; supervision of postdoctoral intern from U of A.
       Pima Community College: teaching 5 sections of Intro to Psych; representative to
             faculty council.
       Chapman University: teaching 3 classes (Learning Theory twice and Research
             Methods); faculty advisor.
       NAU: teaching 3 classes (Child Psych twice and Adolescent Psych).

1997-98: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; neuropsychological assessment and
            consultation; shared supervising of graduate students.
       Pima Community College: teaching 6 classes of Intro to Psych (3 live and 3 over
              the internet); representative to faculty council; honors workshop.
       Chapman University: teaching 5 classes (Learning Theory twice, Research and
              Evaluation twice and Testing Theory); faculty advisor.
       NAU: teaching 5 classes (Adolescent Psych 3 times and Child Psych twice).
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: supervising a practicum student; advising
              students on internship applications.

1998-99: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; supervision of pre-doctoral intern
              student.
       Pima Community College: teaching 6 sections of Intro to Psych (2 live, 1 self-
              paced and 3 over the internet); representative to faculty council.
       Chapman University: teaching 3 classes (Research and Evaluation twice and ED
              Methods); faculty advisor.
       NAU: teaching 3 classes (Adolescent Psych twice and Child Psych).
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: supervising pre-doctoral intern.

1999-2000: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools.
       Pima Community College: teaching 6 sections of Intro to Psych (3 live and 3 over
             the internet); member of college wide faculty groups.
       Chapman University: teaching 4 classes (Research and Evaluation twice and
             Lifespan Psych and ED Methods); faculty advisor.
       NAU: teaching 4 classes (Intro to Statistics twice, Adolescent Psych and Intro to
             Research).

2000-2001: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; supervision of Intern from
             NMSU.
       Pima Community College: teaching 5 sections of Intro to Psych (2 live and 3
             over the internet).
       Chapman University: teaching 5 classes (Research and Evaluation twice, Lifespan
             Psych twice and ED Methods).
       NAU: teaching 6 classes (Intro to Statistics 3 times, Research Methods,
             Adolescent Psych and Child Psych).

2001-2002: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; supervision of Intern from ASU.
       Pima Community College: teaching 3 classes of Intro to Psych.
       Chapman University: teaching 5 classes (Research and Evaluation twice, ED
              Methods twice and Lifespan Psych); faculty advisor.
       NAU: teaching 7 classes (Intro to Statistics 3 times, Intro to Educational Psych
              twice, Intro to Research and Child Psych.
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: group mentoring and supervision of 3 U of
              A interns.

2002-2003: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist at 4 schools; supervising Intern from U of A.
       Pima Community College: teaching 2 classes of Intro to Psych.
       Chapman University: teaching 5 classes (Research and Evaluation twice, Learning
             Theory, Systems Evaluation and Lifespan Psych); faculty advisor.
       NAU: teaching 7 classes (Intro to Statistics 3 times, Intro to Educational Psych
              twice, Intro to Research and Child Psych).
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: direct supervision of 1 Intern and group
              mentoring of 3 interns.

2003-2004: TUSD # 1: School Psychologist (part-time) at 1 school; group supervision of
              interns from the U of A and UNLV.
       Pima Community College: teaching 2 classes of Human Sexuality.
       NAU: teaching 6 classes (Intro to Statistics 3 times and Child Psych 3 times).
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: group mentoring of interns.

2004-05: Flowing Wells (part-time): School Psychologist at 1 school.
       Pima Community College: teaching 1 class of Human Sexuality.
       NAU: teaching 6 classes ( Intro to Statistics 3 times and Child Psych 3 times).
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: setting up Intern program at Flowing Wells.

2005-06: Flowing Wells (part-time): School Psychologist at 2 schools; supervision of
              Practicum and Intern students from U of A.
       NAU: teaching 3 classes of Intro to Statistics.
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: supervising 2 Practicum and 1 Intern
              student.

2006-07: NAU: teaching 2 classes of Intro to Statistics.
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: teaching 1 class of School Psychology
              Practicum.

2007-08: NAU: teaching 4 classes (Intro to Statistics 3 times and Educational Applications
              of School Psychology).
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: teaching 1 class of School Psychology
              Practicum.

2008-2009: NAU: teaching 1 class of Intro to Statistics.
       U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: teaching 1 class of School Psychology
              Practicum.

2009-2010: U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: teaching 1 class of School Psychology
              Practicum.

2010-2011: U of A: Adjunct Assistant Professor: teaching 1 class of School Psychology
              Practicum.
       Park University: teaching 1 class of Intro to Social Psychology and 1 class of
              Group Counseling.
Total Teaching Career (304 classes):
    258 Classes at 3 units 170 undergraduate classes
    46 Classes at 4 units   134 graduate classes
Professional Societies/Memberships:
American Psychological Association: Associate Member (78-83): Member (84 – current;
        member of division 16.
Arizona Committee for the Protection and Advocacy for the Developmentally Disabled
        (76-77).
Arizona State Psychological Association: Associate Member (78-83); Member (84-89);
        Newsletter Editor (79 & 80).
Pima County Developmental Disabilities Committee on Autism (74-75).
National Association of School Psychologists: Member (78 – current).
Society for Research in Child Development: Member (78-86).
Southern Arizona Psychological Association: Member (78 – current); vice-president (79 &
        80); membership chairman (82-84); Judge in Psychology at Southern Arizona
        Regional Science Fair at U of A (87-2000); CE committee (91-94) during APA
        CEU provider certification process.
Southern Arizona SIDS Association: consultant (80-86).
U of Arizona Pediatric Task Force: member (79-80).


Certifications/licensure:
Arizona State Board of Community Colleges: certified in Psychology (1980 – valid for life).
Arizona Department of Education: School Psychometrist (77); Assistant School
        Psychologist (78); School Psychologist (1979 – current).
The Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges: Community College
        Instructor Credential in Psychology (77 – valid for life).
National Association of School Psychologists: Nationally Certified School Psychologist
        (1982 – current).
State of Arizona Board of Psychologist Examiners: Certified Psychologist initially in June of
        1978; certification was renewed each 2 years; certification was changed to licensure
        and license is current.



Special Skills:
Sign Language: completed basic course at U of A.
Gesell Institute: advanced training and certification in the Gesell School Readiness Test.


Community involvement:

American International Exchange Student: hosting a student from Denmark.
American Youth Soccer Organization: coach (85 & 86); assistant coach (2 years).
Forty Niners Swim Team: announcer (92 & 93).
Indian Ridge Swim Team: head timer (85); announcer (86 & 87).
Jewish Family Services: board member (82-87); professional consultant for children’s
       services (82-87).
Southern Arizona Sports Foundation: volunteer at Tucson Electric Park Spring Training
       Baseball games (2007-08).
Tanque Verde Educational Enrichment Association: trustee on board (88-94) as treasurer,
       vice-president and president.
Tucson Unified School District: PTA president at Van Horne Elementary.
University of Arizona Athletic Department: volunteer at men’s and women’s golf
       tournaments.
Vista Del Rio, Inc.: Homeowner’s Association: one of 3 original incorporators; board
       member (85-90); vice-president (80-83).
World Golf Championships, Accenture Match Play Championship: volunteer marshal at
       golf tournament (2007-2008)..


Biographical listings (with initial date):
Biographies of America (1982)
International Biographical Centre (1982)
International Directory of distinguished Leadership (1989)
Men of Achievement (1982)
Who’s On Top in Psychology (1987)
Who’s Who Among Human Service Providers (1986)
Who’s Who in the West (1982)
Who’s Who in the World (1984)
Who’s Who in Emerging Leaders in America (1990)
Who’s Who in American Education (1992)
Who’s Who in Science and Engineering (1991)
Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare (1995)


Papers and presentations:
Balch, P., Albright, D., Federhar, D., Flynn, T., Gallegos, G., Groves, J., Hinton, R.,
       Ireland, J., Lloyd, C., Nessman, D., Protogerakis, M., Reznick, H., Ross, S., &
       Shisslak, C. (1976). Report on the Evaluation of Inter-Mountain Youth Center.
       University of Arizona.

Chang, A. & Federhar, D. (1975). Training Facilitators of Severely Disturbed Children
       Through Observational Learning. Paper presented at the Rocky Mountain
       Psychological Association, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Chang, A. & Federhar, D. (1975). The Development and Cohesing of a Parent-Training
       Group for Parents of Children Who Display Various Serve Behavioral
       Disturbances. Paper presented at the National Society for Autistic Children, San
       Diego, California.
Federhar, D. (1975). Behavior-How to O.R.D.E.R. It. Invited Address to SWFTY
      (Southwestern Federation of Temple Youth), Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1975). Self-Monitored Exercise as an Aid to Recovery From Surgery of the
      Hand in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients. Self-monitored unpublished Master’s
      Thesis, University of Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1976). Program for Autistic Children of Tucson (PACT), 1975-1976.
      Tucson, Arizona, Tucson Public Schools, District Number One.

Federhar, D. (1977). Program for Autistic Children of Tucson (PACT), 1976-1977.
      Tucson, Arizona. Tucson Public Schools, Number One.

Federhar, D. (1976). Care Enough to Graph. Invited workshop, Reaching Autistic
      Children Conference, California State University at Los Angeles.

Federhar, D. (1979). Mental Health Developments in the Public Schools. Panel
      Presentation at the Arizona State Psychological Association Convention, Tucson,
      Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1979). Non-Psychometric Services in the Public Schools-How to Plan and
      Implement. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists
      Convention, San Diego, California.

Federhar, D. (1981). Desegregation/Integration: Artifactual Benefits of Students and Staff.
      Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, Colorado.

Federhar, D. (1981). Neuropsychology in the Public Schools-A Start. Paper presented at
      Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, Colorado.

Federhar, D. (1983). For Siblings, Dads, and Grandparents. Regional Workshop on
      Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Tucson Medical Center, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1983). Normative Data on Gifted and Creative Students:Limitations on
      Generalization of Research. Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Educational
      Research Association, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1983). Applying Clinical Neuropsychology in the Public Schools. Paper
      presented at Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1983). Vocational and Avocational Interests of Gifted Adolescents: Their
      Development as a Product of Creativity. Dissertation, The University of Arizona
      (University Microfilms International, 8323740, 1983).
Federhar, D. (1984). Leisure Interests of Gifted Adolescents as a Product of Creativity.
      Paper presented at Rocky Mountain Regional Conference on Social Studies, Law-
      related Education, and Gifted/Talented Education, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1985). Applying Neuropsychology in the Public Schools. Rewritten and
      published in ERIC (CG 017876) and RIE (ED 251748).

Federhar, D. (1988). Expanding the Role of the School Psychologist into the Community.
      Paper presented at Annual Conference for Arizona Association of School
      Psychologists, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (Moderator), (1994). Panel Presentation at SAPA/School Psychology
      Conference on Emotional Disabilities: Everything You Wanted to Know But Were
      Afraid To Ask, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1995). Reaching Out to the Community: Impacting the Lives of Children
      from a Variety of Sources. Workshop at The National Association of School
      Psychologists, Chicago, Illinois.

Federhar, D. (1998). Change Your Perceptions – Neurobehavioral Disorders or Diversity:
      An Interactive Workshop on perceptions, interventions and accommodations.
      Workshop on Neurobehavioral Disorders: Working with School-Aged Children
      and Youth, The School Social Work Association of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D. (1999). Involvement as a Part-Time Faculty Member: Further Expansion of
      School Psychologists’ Roles into the 21st Century. Paper presented at the National
      Association of School Psychologists Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Federhar, D. (Chairman) with McLean, M., Zappia, I., & Sanders, H. (1987). Minority-ism
      Futuristic Concerns Regarding Determination of Whether a Minority Assessment is
      Warranted. Panel presentation at Arizona Conferences on Applied Psychology
      Issues and the Third Minority Assessment Conference, The University of Arizona,
      Tucson, Arizona.

Federhar, D., & Chang, A. (1975). The Uses of Video-taped Programming for teaching
      Children Who Display Autistic Behaviors. Paper presented at the National Society
      for Autistic Children, San Diego, California.

Federhar, D., Kratochwill, T., Bingham, J., & Lachowicz, J. (1977). Community
      Involvement in the Training of University Psychology Stuidents in Wetzel, R.
      Organization and Functions of a Student Managed Child Psychology Laboratory.
      Symposium, American Psychological Association Annual Conference, San
      Francisco, California.

Federhar, D., & Meredith, M. (1977). The Development of Public School Services for
      Children Who Display Autistic Characteristics. Paper presented at American
      Association of Psychiatric Services for Children, Dallas, Texas.
Taylor, M., Cole, S., Federhar, D., Kratchowill, T., Motove, S., & Wetzel, R. (1975).
       Providing Practicum Experiences in all Levels of Psychological Research. Paper
       presented at Rocky Mountain Educational Research Association, Las Cruces,
       Nevada.

				
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