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Margaret A. Hagen              Curriculum Vitae                              2006



Office Address:
Department of Psychology                                            T: 617 353 6423
Boston University
64 Cummington Street
Boston, Massachusetts, 02215

Home Address:
75 Moss Hill Road                                                   T: 617 522 0705
Boston, Massachusetts, 02130                                        F: 617 522 0705

email: hagen@bu.edu



Education
      School                        Field                               Degree

University of Minnesota             Developmental Psychology            PhD
University of Washington            Psychology                          Bach. Sci.
Simmons College, Graduate
   School of Management             Business Administration             MBA

Employment
Professor, Department of Psychology, Boston University

Professional Organizations (Present)
American Psychological Association
American Psychological Society (founding member)
American Psychology-Law Society/American Psychological Association, Div. 41
International Society for Ecological Psychology (founding member)
American Association of University Professors


Professional Organizations (Past)
Society for Research in Child Development
American Psychological Association, Division 7, Developmental Psychology
International Scholars Interested in Human Development in Cross-Cultural Perspective
Psychonomic Society
Eastern Psychological Association
American Association of University Professors
Boar Member: International Society for Ecological Society
Editorial Board: Ecological Psychology
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Books
Hagen, M.A. (April 1997) WHORES OF THE COURT. The Fraud of Psychiatric
Testimony and the Rape of American Justice. New York: ReganBooks (HarperCollins).

Hagen, M.A. (1986) Varieties of Realism: Geometries of Representational Art. New
York: Cambridge University Press.

Hagen, M.A. (Ed.) (1980) The Perception of Pictures I: Alberti’s Window : The
Projective Model of Pictures. New York: Academic Press.

Hagen, M.A. (Ed.) (1981) The Perception of Pictures II: Durer’s Devices : Beyond The
Projective Model of Pictures. New York: Academic Press.

Book Web Sites Under Construction
Hagen, M. A. Sharpening Solomon’s Sword: A Primer on How to Survive a Child
Custody Fight.

Hagen, M.A. (April 1997) WHORES OF THE COURT. The Fraud of Psychiatric
Testimony and the Rape of American Justice. New York: ReganBooks (HarperCollins).

Book Chapters

Hagen, M. A. (2004) “Bombing the Cradles: The Disordering Mental Effects of Off-the-
Chart Life Experiences: Mother-Assault; Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence; Natural
Disasters; Political Violence and War.” Jeffrey A. Schaler (Ed.)



                                             Szasz Under Fire: Thomas Szasz Faces His
Critics. Open Court Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, USA.

Barfield, W. and Hagen, M.A. (1993) Psychophysics of Computer-Synthesized Images.
In W. Barfield and T. Furness (Eds.) Advanced Interface Design and Virtual
Environments. Oxford University Press.

Hagen, M. A. (1987) The irrelevance of realism in CAD/CAM/CAE displays. In P.
Rabardel and A. Weill-Fassina (Eds.) Le Dessin Technique, Paris: Hermes.

Hagen, M.A. (1987) Gibson, Gregory and the Gestaltists. In D. Voss and J. Friedman
(Eds.) The Innocent Eye. Chicago.

Hagen, M.A. (1985) There is no development in Art. In N.H. Freeman and M.V. Cox
(Eds.) Visual Order. London: Cambridge University Press.
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Hagen, M.A. (1985) James J. Gibson’s ecological approach to visual perception. In S.
Koch and D. Leary (Eds.) A Century of Psychology as Science. New York: McGraw
Hill.

Hagen, M.A. and Jones, R.K. (1981) Plane surface information as a determinant of
pictorial perception. In A. Baddeley and J. Long (Eds.) Attention and Performance IX.
Hillsdale: Erlbaum.

Hagen, M.A. (1980) Generative Theory: A perceptual theory of pictorial representation.
In M. Hagen (Ed.) The Perception of Pictures I. New York: Academic Press.

Perkins, D.N. & Hagen, M.A. (1981) Convention, context and caricature. In M. Hagen
(Ed.) The Perception of Pictures II. New York: Academic Press.

Jones, R.K. & Hagen, M.A. (1981) A perspective on cross-cultural picture perception. In
M. Hagen (Ed.) The Perception of Pictures II. New York: Academic Press.

Hagen, M.A. (1980) Representational art and the problem of what to depict. In J. Fisher
(Ed.) Perceiving Artworks. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Hagen, M.A. A new theory of representational art. In C. Nodine and D. Fisher (Eds.)
Perception and Representation. New York: Praeger.

Hagen, M.A. & Jones, R.K. (1978) Cultural effects on pictorial perception: How many
words is one picture really worth? In R. Walk and H. Pick (Eds.) Perception and
Experience. New York: Plenum Press.

Hagen, M.A. (1977) An outline of an investigation into the special character of pictures.
In H. Pick and E. Saltzman (Eds.) Modes of Perceiving and Processing Information.
Hillsdale: Erlbaum.


Articles

Hagen, M. A. (2003) “Faith in the Model and Resistance to Research: Commentary on
‘Post-hoc Reasoning in Possible Cases of Child Sexual Abuse.’ “Clinical Psychology:
Science and Practice. 10 (3), pp. 344 – 348.

Hagen, Margaret A. and Castagna, Nicole (2001) The Real Numbers: Psychological
Testing in Custody Evaluations. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 32
(3), pp. 269 – 271.

Hagen, Margaret A. (2001) Damaged Goods: What, If Anything, Does Science Tell Us
About The Long-term Effects Of Childhood Sexual Abuse? Skeptical Inquirer, 25 (1),
pp. 54 – 59.
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Hagen, Margaret A. (1998) Psychology of Perception. In Michael Kelly (Ed.)
Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, (June.).

Hagen, Margaret A., (1998) Bad Attitude: Close Look at Batterers’ Treatment Programs.
National Review (June.).

Hagen, Margaret A., (1998) Cuckoos in the Court. American Legion Magazine. (April.).

Hagen, Margaret A., (1997) Expert Witnesses: Can Psychiatrists Give Reliable
Testimony in Criminal Trials? American Bar Association Journal: The Lawyer’s
Magazine, 83, pp. 76-77

Hagen, M. A. (1997) No Peace Treaty In The Memory Wars: Review of The Recovered
Memory / False Memory Debate. Kathy Pezdek and William P. Banks (Eds.) San Diego:
Academic Press, 1996. 394 pp., and Mark Pendergrast. Victims of Memory: Sex Abuse
Allegations and Shattered Lives (2nd. ed.) Hinesburg, VT: Upper Access, 1996. 635 pp.
Contemporary Psychology, (May).

Hagen, M.A. and Giorgi, R. (1993) Where’s the Camera?: Tacit knowledge of
photographic viewpoint. Ecological Psychology, 5, 64 -85 .

Hagen, M. A. (1991)) How to design a realistic three-dimensional interface. Computer
Graphics.

Hagen, M. A. (1989) The limits of realism in computer generated displays. Proceedings,
Special Interest Group in Graphics (SIGGRAPH), Association for Computing
Machinery.

Hagen, M. A. & Bresnahan, G. J. (1984) Computer graphics: Artistic and perceptual
issues. In W.R. Crozier and J. Chapman (Eds.) Visual Arts Research.

Hagen, M. A. & Perkins, D. N. (1983) A refutation of the superfidelity hypothesis for
caricature. Perception, II, 6.

Hagen, M. A. & Teghtsoonian, M. (1981) The effects of binocular and motion generated
information on the perception of depth and height. Perception and Psychophysics, 30,
257 - 265.

Jones, R.K., Reed, E.S. & Hagen, M. A. (1980) A three-point perspective on pictorial
representation: Wartofsky, Goodman and Gibson on seeing pictures. Erkenntnis.

Hagen, M. A., Jones, R. K. & Reed. E. S. (1978) On a neglected variable in theories of
pictorial perception: Truncation of the visual field. Perception and Psychophysics, 23,
326- 330.
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Hagen, M. A., Elliot, H. B. & Jones, R. K. (1978) A distinctive characteristic of pictorial
perception: The Zoom Effect. Perception, 7, 11-19.

Jones, R. K. & Hagen, (1978) M. A. The perceptual constraints on choosing a pictorial
station point. Leonardo, 11, 191-196.

Goldman, M. & Hagen, M. A. (1978) The forms of caricature: Physiognomy and
political bias. Studies in the Anthropology of Visual Communication, 5, 30-36.

Hagen, M. A., Jones, R. K. (1978) Differential patterns of preference for modified
linear perspective in children and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 26,
205-215.

Hagen, M. A., Glick, R. & Morse, B. (1978) The role of two dimensional surface
characteristics in pictorial depth perception. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 46, 875- 881.

Hagen, M. A., Glick, R. (1977) Pictorial perspective: Perception of size, linear, and
texture perspective in children and adults. Perception, (6), 675 - 684.

Hagen, M. A. & Johnson, M. (1977) Hudson Pictorial Depth Perception Test: cultural
content and question with a Western sample. Journal of Social Psychology, 101, 3-11.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) Problems with picture perception: A reply to Rosinski.
Psychological Bulletin, 10, 1176- 1178.

Hagen, M. A. & Elliott, H. B. (1976) An investigation of the relationship between
viewing condition and preference for true and modified linear perspective in adults.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2, 479 - 490.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) Development of sensitivity to cast and attached shadows in
pictures as information for the direction of the source of illumination. Perception and
Psychophysics, 20, 25-28.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) The development of the ability to perceive and produce the
pictorial depth cue of overlapping (superposition). Perceptual and Motor Skills, 42,
1007- 1014.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) The influence of picture surface and station point on the ability to
compensate for oblique view in pictorial perception. Developmental Psychology, 12, 57-
63.

Hagen, M. A. (1974) Pictorial perception: toward a theoretical model. Psychological
Bulletin, 8, 471-497.
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Yonas, A. & Hagen, M.A. (1973) Effects of static and motion parallax depth
information on perception of size in children and adults. Journal of Experimental Child
Psychology, 15, (2) 254-265.




Notable Conference Presentations Since 1998

Hagen, M. A. (2003) Custody Evaluations: Science, Art or Voodoo? Oct. 31, Nov. 1,
2003 Massachusetts Medical Society; Massachusetts Association of Guardians ad
Litem; Division of Psychology at Children’s Hospital.

Hagen, M. A., Burden, K. & Huang, T. (2003) Teaching Jurors Scientific Concepts
Through Expert Testimony. Psychology and Law: International, Interdisciplinary
Conference 2003. Edinburgh, Scotland, July 7 – 12, 2003.

Klein, K., Hagen, M. A., Silver, A. (2003) A Cautionary Perspective on the
Representational Tools Underlying “Projective” Drawings. Psychology and Law:
International, Interdisciplinary Conference 2003. Edinburgh, Scotland, July 7 – 12,
2003.

Hagen, M. A. (November 1, 2002) Host and Speaker. Expert Testimony and Justice
Gone Astray: Trauma, Memory and Child Sexual Abuse. Boston University, Boston,
MA.

Hagen, M. A. and Theroux, Nicole. (2002) Asking the Jurors: A Preliminary Study of
Potential Jurors’ Understanding of Scientific Methodology in a post-Daubert World.
American Psychological Society, June, New Orleans.

Hagen, M. A. (2000) Admissibility of Psychological Syndrome Testimony under
Daubert/Joiner/Kumho. National Institute of Justice Conference on Science and the
Law. San Diego, October.

Hagen, M. A. (1998) Are Forensic Psychologists Whores of the Court? American Psychological
Association Meeting, San Francisco.

Hagen, M. A. (1998) A Mentor For The 70’s: Tribute to Herbert L. Pick, Jr. American Psychological
Association Meeting, San Francisco.


Selected Earlier Conference Papers and Presentations
Yonas, A. & Hagen, M. A. (1971) The role of motion parallax in the development of
size constancy. Society for Research in Child Development.
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Hagen, M. A. (1973) Planning conference for Women’s Studies Evaluation, Wesleyan
University.

Hagen, M. A. (1974) The pictorial mode of perceiving. Herbert L. Pick, Moderator.
Conference on Perceptual Modes. Social Science Research Council.

Hagen, M. A. (1975) Paper present at Harvard Project Zero.

Hagen, M. A. (1975) The development of the ability to perceive and produce the
pictorial depth cue of overlapping. Society for Research inn Child Development,
Biennial Meeting.

Hagen, M. A. and Glick, R. (1975) Pictorial perspective: The development of sensitivity
to size, linear and texture perspective in children and adults. Eastern Psychological
Association Meeting.

Hagen, M. A. (1975) An outline of an investigation into the special character of
pictures. Herbert L. Pick, Moderator. Conference on Perceptual Modes. Social Science
Research Council.

Hagen, M. A. (1975) The problem of picture perception. Minnesota Conference in
Pictorial Perception.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) An investigation into the special character of pictures. Department
of psychology, University of Connecticut.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) What is so special about looking at pictures? Institute for
Cognitive Studies. Rutgers University.

Hagen, M. A. & Elliott, H. B. (1976) An investigation of the relationship between
viewing conditions and preference for true and modified perspective in adults. Eastern
Psychological Association.

Hagen, M. A. (1976) Picture perception: Is the information in the light or in the head?
Second Minnesota Conference in Pictorial Perception.

Hagen, M. A. (1977) The development of differential patterns of preference for modified
linear perspective. Society for Research in Child Development, Biennial Meeting.

Hagen, M. A. & Teghtsoonian, M. (1977) Size and distance scaling: Binocular and
monocular view with and without head motion. Eastern Psychological Association.

Hagen, M. A. (1978) Research on the special character of pictures. Department of
Psychology, Trinity College, Hartford.
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Hagen, M. A. (1979) A report on a research program on the special character of pictures.
Department of Psychology, Tufts University.

Hagen, M. A. (1979) Research on the special character of pictures. Department of
Psychology, Scarborough College, University of Toronto.

Hagen, M. A. (1980) Department of Psychology, Brandeis University.

Hagen, M. A. (1980) Toward a generative theory of pictorial perception Department of
Psychology, University of North Carolina.

Hagen, M. A. (1981) Toward a generative theory of pictorial perception. Department of
Psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Hagen, M. A. (1981) Relations among representational systems: Music, maps and
pictures. Society for Research in Child Development.

Hagen, M. A. (1986) Varieties of Realism: A generative theory of pictorial perception.
Department of Psychology, University of Connecticut.

Hagen, M. A. (1987) Varieties of Realism: A generative theory of pictorial perception.
Department of Psychology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Hagen, M. A. (1987) Varieties of Realism: A generative theory of pictorial perception.
Wadsworth Conference, Italy.

Hagen, M. A. (1988) Varieties of Realism: A generative theory of pictorial perception.
Nice, France.

Hagen, M. A. (1989) Varieties of Realism: A generative theory of pictorial perception.
Internattional Conference on Semiotics, Berlin, Germany.



Reviewer, Past and Present:
       Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
       Psychological Review
       Cambridge University Press
       Ecological Psychology
       National Science Foundation
       Contemporary Psychology
       Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
       Behavioral Sciences & the Law
      Law & Human Behavior
       West Law Press
       Prentice Hall
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       Perception & Psycophysics
       Child Development
       Developmental Psychology,
       Journal of Experimental Child psychology
       Human Perception & Performance
       Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development
       Various publishers…

Courses Taught
       Seminar in Forensic Psychology
       Psychology and the Law
       Psychology and Criminal Justice
       Psychology of Memory
       Introductory Psychology
       Developmental Psychology
       Perception
       Perceptual Development
       Social Psychology
       Trends in Contemporary Psychology
       Perception of Art
       Topics in Development
       Cross-cultural Developmental Psychology
       Seminar on Reading

Service to the University, Present and Past
CAS Committee of Appointments, Promotion and Tenure 1998-1999
Program Director, Program in Human Development, Department of Psychology, 1993
Program Director, Program in Social Psychology and Human Development, Department
of Psychology 1990-1992
University Committee on Appointments, Promotion and Tenure 1994-1995
CAS Committee on Appointments, Promotion and Tenure 1992-1993
CAS Committee on Appointments, Promotion and Tenure 1991-1992
Social Science Curriculum Committee 1988-89
Human Subjects Review Committee 1988-89
Chair, Faculty Council Committee on Appointments, Promotion and Retention, 1989
Freshman Orientation Advisor, 1981
Graduate School University Fellowship Committee, 1981
University Trustee Scholarship Committee, 1981- 1984
CLA/GRS Affirmative Action Committee, 1976
Chair, Affirmative Action Committee, Status of Women Committee, Faculty Council,
1976
Status of Women Committee, Faculty Council, Boston University, Chair: Day Care
Committee, 1974-1975
American Psychological Association Information Officer, 1975
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Grants Received and Applied For
Graduate School             1973 – 1974         $500.00
NIMH                        1974                $7,537.00
Graduate School             1975                $845.00
NIMH                        1976 – 1978         $38,578.00
Graduate School             1978                $1500.00
NSF                         1988                $216,798.00
         Evaluating cues for realism and perceived realism in computer-generated
scenes: An experimental approach. With James Foley and Woodrow Barfield at George
Washington University. Not funded.
NSF                         2003                $200,000.00
         The Institute for the Analysis of Psycholegal Issues will be a Boston University-
based Web site devoted to critical analyses and presentations, accessible to the lay
public, of the known research on the scientific status of expert psychological testimony
in our criminal and civil courts. Not funded.


OpEd Newspaper Articles
   April, 1997          Liability Leverages Psychotherapists’ Accountability
   Sept., 1997          Accommodating Sociopaths in the Workplace


Forensic Psychology Workshops Taken
November, 1997      MMPI-2 and Rorschach in Court
                    J. Reid Meloy, Ph.D. and Richard Lewak, Ph.D
                    Santa Fe, New Mexico
November, 1997      Ethics of Forensic Expertise: Law, Ethics and Professional
                    Practice
                    Stephen Golding, Ph.D
                    Santa Fe, New Mexico
November, 1997      Custody Evaluations and Risk Management
                    David Martindale, Ph.D
                    Santa Fe, New Mexico
November, 1997      Role of the Forensic Psychologist in Death Penalty Litigation
                    James Eisenberg, Ph.D
                    Santa Fe, New Mexico
February, 1998      Advanced Topics in Risk Assessment: Two-Day Seminar
                    Kirk Heilbrun, Ph.D.
                    Hilton Head, South Carolina
February, 1998      Personal Injury Evaluations: Ethics, Case Law, Practice
                    David Vore, Ph.D.
                    Hilton Head, South Carolina
February, 1998      Role of the Forensic Psychologist in Death Penalty Mitigation
                    David Ruhnke, Ph.D., Jean Barrett, J.D., Alan Goldstein, Ph.D.
                    Hilton Head, South Carolina
February, 1998      Comprehensive Child Custody Evaluations
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                       Steven N. Sparta, Ph.D
                       Hilton Head, South Carolina
February, 1998         Ethical and Effective Expert Testimony
                       Steven C. Bank, Ph.D., Ira K. Packer, Ph.D.
                       Hilton Head, South Carolina
November, 2003         In the Best Interests of the Child : Custody Evaluations: Science,
                       Art or Voodoo?
                       Waltham, Massachusetts
April, 2005            Criminal Forensic Assessment: Exculpatory and Mitigating
                       Defenses
                       Charles Patrick Ewing
                       St. Petersburg, Florida
April, 2005            Scientific Jury Selection
                       Margaret Bull Kovera
                       St. Petersburg, Florida


Workshops Given

April, 1998           Minnesota Police Chiefs Association
Summer 1988           An Ecological Approach to Human-Computer Interaction
                      SIGGRAPH, Anaheim California


Consulting
Expert analysis of expert psychological testimony in homicide, eyewitness testimony,
and custody cases.

Recent Evaluations of Forensic Psychological Evaluations

Edwards v. Woodford 2003 Expert review, analysis and preparation of declaration on
the psychosocial history and multiple psychological assessments of Thomas Edwards
(Edwards v. Woodford). USDC Central District Case No. CV-93-7151-HLH

Lang v. Woodford. 2002. Evaluation of Mental State evaluations. United States District
Court, Central District of California, No. CV 91-4061 MMM. Death penalty case.

California v. Michael Money. 2002. Evaluation of Mental State evaluations. Santa
Barbara County Superior Court. No. SM 1061245.

California v. Larry Lathery. 1998. Evaluation of Mental State evaluations. Santa Barbara
County Superior Court. No. SM107409.

Florida v. Lionel Tate. 2001. Evaluation of Competency to Stand Trial as an Adult
evaluation. In the circuit court of the 17th Judicial Circuit in and for Broward County,
Florida. Case No. 9914401CF10A.
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Leniz v. Noble. 1998. Evaluation of child custody/Munchausen’s Syndrome by Proxy
evaluation. In the circuit court of the 9th Judicial Circuit in and for Osceola County,
Florida. Case No. DR-95-0032.

Bierman v. Quinn. 1999. Evaluation of child custody, parental evaluations.
Florida/Georgia. (Williams v. Bierman, Case No. 98-1365-CIV-T-17E, United States
District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division, 46 F. Supp. 2d 1262;
1999 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 6145; 12 Fla. L. Weekly Fed. D 368.)

Anonymous v. Anonymous. 2000. Evaluation of psychological testing in the matter of
recommendation re child custody. In the Supreme Court of the State of New York,
County of New York. Index No. 310754/96.

Care and Protection evaluation, (private and confidential) Committee for Public Counsel
Services, Essex County Juvenile Court, Lynn, Massachusetts. December, 2005

Earwitness Accuracy, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Suffolk County Court,
Massachusetts. March, 2006

Accuracy of Photographic Identification, Committee for Public Counsel Services, Essex
County Court, Massachusetts. June, 2006

Miscellaneous Consulting
        I have also consulted informally on a case in Washington State involving a claim
of Battered Woman’s Syndrome, on a case involving competency to execute a will in
Puerto Rico, a homicide case in Florida, and on dozens of child custody cases involving
court-ordered psychological evaluations.

Television and Radio Appearances
    March, 1997          Fox Morning News (WTTG-TV): Brian Wilson: Wash. DC
    March, 1997          Press Conference USA: Voice f America: Wash., DC
    March, 1997          News Services: Shadow Broadcast Services: National
    March, 1997          News (WJZ-TV): Crystal Johns: Wash. DC
    March, 1997          CNN Burden of Proof: Greta Van Sustren:Wash, DC:National
    March, 1997          PBS: Technopolitics: James Glassman: Arlington: National
    March, 1997          Diane Rehm Show (WAMU-FM): Wash., D.C.
    March, 1997          Talkback: Utrice Leid: New York
    March, 1997          Internight: Jack Ford: New York: National
    March, 1997          Jom Bohannon Show: Mutual Broadcasting: National
    March, 1997          Victoria Jones Show: United Studios Syndicate: NY: National
    March, 1997          New York & Co. (WNYC-AM): Leonard Lopate: New York
    March, 1997          Barry Farber Show: United Studios Syndicate: National
    March, 1997          Fairfield Exchange: David Smith: Conn. Cable News: Conn.
    March, 1997          Milt Rosenberg Show (WGN-AM): National: out of Chicago
    March, 1997          Jeff & Flash (WTAM-AM): Cleveland
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March, 1997    Sam Irwin (WBHF-AM): Georgia
March, 1997    Tony Macrini (WNIS-AM): Virginia
March, 1997    Phil Valentine (WWDB-FM): Philadelphia
March, 1997    Steve & DC: (WKBQ-FM): St. Louis
March, 1997    Larry & John (WTAE-AM): Pittsburgh
March, 1997    Steve Kelly (KOA-AM): Denver
March, 1997    Monica Adams (KDJR-FM): Missouri
March, 1997    Jerry, Robin & Craig (WCKY-AM): Cincinnati
March, 1997    Glenn Scott (WSJS-AM): North Carolina
March, 1997    Gary Richard : USA Radio Network: National
March, 1997    Claire B. Lang (WSOC-FM): North Carolina
March, 1997    Pete Braley (WBSM-AM): Providence
March, 1997    Bill & Wendy (KTRS-AM): St. Louis
March, 1997    Rob Davidek (WWJ-AM): Detroit
March, 1997    Mike Pinteck (WLTQ): Pittsburgh
March, 1997    Dave McGrath (WLTQ-FM): Milwaukee
March, 1997    Bob Coxe (WSB-ASM): Atlanta
March, 1997    Cat Simon (KTSM-AM): Texas
March, 1997    Paul Mitchell (KPSI-AM): California
April, 1997    Seth Williamson: Out of Virginia: National Public Radio
April, 1997    CLTV Morning News: Chicago
April, 1997    Jim Turpin Show (WDWS-AM/WHMS-FM): Chicago
April, 1997    Talk From The Heart: Dr. Wayne House (WMUZ): Detroit
April, 1997    Bob Gorley: Issues Today: California
April, 1997    Dick Staub Show (WYLL-FM): Chicago
April, 1997    Catherine Johns (WLS-AM/FM): Illinois
April, 1997    Henry Tischler (WGBH): Boston
April, 1997    Kevin Doran Show(WLEA-AM) : New York
April, 1997    The O’Reilly Report: Fox News Channel: New York
April, 1997    Geraldo Show: CBS-TV: New York
April, 1997    NBC Weekend Today: Jack Ford: New York
April, 1997    Fox News Channel: Kristine Kotta: New York
April, 1997    Scott Johnson Show (KFKA): Colorado
May, 1997      Jack Brighton Show (WILL-AM): Illinois
May, 1997      Rob Mitchell/WADN: Massachusetts
May, 1997      Bruce Wiseman: Take America Back: California
May, 1997      David Inge: Focus 580: National Public Radio
May, 1997      Upton Bell Show (WTAG-FM): National
May, 1997      Zoe Heronemous (WCBM-AM): Baltimore
May, 1997      Coffee& Conversations (WADN-FM): Massachusetts
May, 1997      David Newman Show (WJR-AM): Detroit
May, 1997      Dick Strong Show
May, 1997      Pages to People (Walden Radio): Massachusetts
May, 1997      David Brudnoy Show (WBZ): Boston
June, 1997     Peter Warren Show: Canada
August, 1997   Mark Wainwright: ABC RAdio: Dallas
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    August, 1997          Greg Garrison Show (WIBC): Indianapolis
    August, 1997          Dan Kilo Show: Denver
    August, 1997          Rivera Live
    Sept. 1997            Psychology is Not Yet a Science: Paula Gordon Show: Atlanta
    Oct. 1997             Internight, MSNBC
    Oct. 1997             Talk of New England with Jim Braude and Margery Eagan
    Oct. 1997             Good Morning, America, ABC: F. Lee Bailey, Wendy Murphy
    Oct. 1997             Interview Channel 5 11 PM News: Brian Leary
    Oct. 1997             Chronicle
    Oct. 1998             Robert Seigal, All Things Considered, NPR
    March 2006            Liz Macchia, Florida

Recent Public Appearances, Readings & Lectures
    April, 1997          Waterstones, Boston
    April, 1997          Market Bookshop, Falmouth, Mass.
    Oct. 1997            Food for Thought, Boston
    Oct. 1997            Barnes & Noble, Boston
    Mar. 1998            Federalist Society, University of Richmond
    May 1998             Department of Psychology,. University of Arkansas


Recent Work Reviewed by:
    Feb., 1997          Richard Johnson, New York Post
    March, 1997         Stephanie Schorow, The Boston Herald
    April, 1997         Mona Charen: Baltimore Sun and syndicated nationally.
    May, 1997           Joan Ullman: New York Law Journal
    May, June, Aug 1997 Laura Shlessinger: Dr. Laura radio show: National
    May, 1997           Sally Satel, The Wall Street Journal
    Sept. 1997          Bostonia
    Sept. 1997          Indianapolis Star
    Oct. 1997           Solomon Fulero, American Psychology Law Society News, 17, pp. 13-14.
    Oct. 1997           Kevin Quinley, Business Insurance (Crain Communications)
    Oct. 1997           Richmond Times Dispatch
    Oct. 1997           American News Service
    Dec. 1997           Thomas Sowell, syndicated
    Jan. 1998           Thomas Sowell, syndicated
    Feb. 1998           Thomas Sowell, syndicated
    Oct. 1998           Ellen Goodman
    etc.


Citations

1970 – 1976               Requires searches of paper data bases at Mugar and Science and
                          Engineering Libraries
1977 – May 1985           523 citations from old promotion material printout
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1983 – 2001   220 citations from Web of Science
2002 – 2006   Am searching still…

								
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