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                             Tony Z. Tang (Tang Zhiyan)


Employment History:
                            Vice-Chairman                        Adjunct Professor
                      WorldLink Foundation, 2006-          Northwestern Univeristy, 2006-

                      Assistant Professor
                      Northwestern University, 2000-2006

Licensure:            Clinical Psychologist
                      State of Illinois, USA

Address:              Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
                      2029 Sheridan Road, Evanston, IL 60208
                      Tel: 773-263-5215 Fax: 847-491-7859
                      email: ttang@northwestern.edu

Education:            Ph.D. Psychology (Clinical Psychology), August, 2000
                      University of Pennsylvania

                      M.S. Neuroscience, 1995
                      Yale University

                      B.A. Biology, 1993
                      Wabash College

                      Department for Gifted Youth, 1988-1991
                      Nanjing University, P. R. China


Awards & Honors:      2001: New York Academy of Science
                             Finalist for the Cattell Award

                      1998: American Psychological Association
                            Psychotherapy Div. Student Development Award
                            for Best Research Paper




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Select Publications:

Tang, T. Z., DeRubeis, R. J., Hollon, S. D., Amsterdam, J., Shelton, R., B. Schalet (in press).
  Personality Change During Depression Treatment. Archives of General Psychiatry.

Tang, T. Z., DeRubeis, R. J., Hollon, S. D., Amsterdam, J., Shelton, R. (2007). Sudden Gains in
  Cognitive Therapy of Depression and Depression Relapse/Recurrence. Journal of Consulting and
  Clinical Psychology. 75, 404-408.

Andrusyna, T. P., Luborsky, L., Pham T. & Tang, T. Z., (2006) Therapist Interpretation Accuracy,
  Cognitive Changes, and Sudden Gains in Supportive-Expressive Therapy for Depression The trigger
  of sudden gains? Psychotherapy Research

Tang, T. Z., DeRubeis, R. J., Beberman, R., & Pham, T. (2005). Cognitive Changes, Critical Sessions,
  and Sudden Gains in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression. Journal of Consulting and
  Clinical Psychology. 73, 168-172.

Tang, T. Z., Luborsky, L., & Andrusyna, T. P., (2002). Are sudden gains also present in other types of
  psychotherapy? Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 70, 444-447.

Andrusyna, T. P., Tang, T. Z., DeRubeis, R. J., & Luborsky, L. (2001) Factor structure of therapeutic
  alliance in cognitive behavioral therapy: two independent constructs? Journal of Psychotherapy
  Research, 10, 173-178.

DeRubeis, R. J., Tang, T. Z., Gelfand, L. A., & Feeley, M. (2000). Recent findings concerning the
  processes and outcomes of cognitive behavior therapy for depression. In S. Johnson, A. Hayes, T.
  Field, P. McCabe, & N. Schneiderman (Eds.), Stress, coping, and depression. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence
  Erlbaum.

DeRubeis, R. J., Tang, T. Z., & Beck, A. T. Cognitive therapy. (2000). In K. S. Dobson (Ed.),
  Handbook of cognitive-behavioral therapies, 2nd edition. New York: Guilford.

Tang, T. Z., & DeRubeis, R. J. (1999). Sudden gains and critical sessions in cognitive behavioral
  therapy for depression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 67, 894-904.

Tang, T. Z., & DeRubeis, R. J. (1999). Reconsidering rapid early response in cognitive behavioral
  therapy for depression. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 6, 283-288.

DeRubeis, R. J., Gelfand, L. A., Tang, T. Z., & Simons, A. (1999). Medications versus cognitive
  behavioral therapy for severely depressed outpatients: Mega-analysis of four randomized
  comparisons. American Journal of Psychiatry, 156, 1007-1013.

Zhiyan, T., & Singer, J. L. (1997) Daydreaming styles, emotionality, and the big-five personality
  dimensions. Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 16, 399-414.



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Select Conference Presentations:

Tang, T. Z., DeRubeis, R. J., & Hollon S. D. (2006, July). Sudden Gains in Cognitive Behavioral
  Therapy Predict 63% Lower Relapse Rates. In DeRubeis, R. J. (Chair), Psychotherapy Mechanism.
  Symposium, 2006 Annual Meeting of Society of Psychotherapy Research, Edinburgh.

Tang, T. Z., & DeRubeis, R. J. (2004, Nov.). Sudden Gains and the Mechanisms of Cognitive
  Behavioral Therapy. In Tang T. Z. (Chair), Sudden Gains in Cognitive Therapy. Symposium, 2004
  annual convention of Association for the Advancement of Behavioral Therapy, New Orleans.

Tang, T. Z., Lurborsky, L., & DeRubeis, R. J. (2002, Aug). The specific and common mechanisms of
  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Supportive Expressive Therapy. In T. Z. Tang (Chair),
  Psychotherapy of Depression. Symposium held at the 2002 Annual Meeting of American
  Psychological Association, Chicago.

Tang, T. Z., Lurborsky, L., & DeRubeis, R. J. (2002, July). Sudden Gains in Cognitive Behavioral
  Therapy and Supportive Expressive Therapy. In C. Chrits-Christoph (Chair), Progress in
  Psychotherapy Research. Symposium held at the 2002 Annual Meeting of Society of Psychotherapy
  Research, Santa Barbara.

Tang, T. Z. & DeRubeis, R. J. (2001, July). Sudden Gains in Many Types of Therapies for Depression.
  In J. SCOTT (Chair), Further Frontiers In The Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment Of Complex
  Depression. Symposium held at the 2001 World Congress of Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies,
  Vancouver.

Tang, T. Z. & DeRubeis, R. J. (1999, November). Sudden Gains and Critical Sessions in Cognitive
  Behavioral Therapy for Depression. In M. Whisman (Chair), Recent Advances in Cognitive Therapy
  for Depression. Symposium held at the 33rd annual convention of Association for the Advancement
  of Behavioral Therapy, Toronto.

Teaching Experience:

9/00— 09/06 Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
            Psychotherapy for Graduate Students
            Causality and Advanced Research on Psychotherapy Mechanism
            Introduction to Clinical Psychology; Evolution & Psychology; Positive Psychology

6/97 – 8/98   Instructor, Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
              Abnormal Psychology

Supervision Experience:

1999-2000:    Clinical Supervisor for clinical psychology graduate practicum,
              University of Hawaii at Manoa.

2000-2006:    Ph.D. Thesis Advisor for Pham Thu and Thomas Andrusyna,
              Northwestern University

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