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                                          William U. Weiss
                                  Professor Emeritus of Psychology
                                   The Department of Psychology
                                    The University of Evansville
                                        Evansville, IN 47722
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                                  Adjunct Professor of Psychology
                                     Department of Psychology
                                      Portland State University
                                         Portland, OR 97207

Private Practice Address:                William U. Weiss, Ph.D.
                                         4420 NE St. Johns Rd.
                                         Vancouver, WA 98661
                                         Contact phone: (360) 828-8145
                                         Business cell phone: (360) 566-3665
                                         Fax: (360) 993-2777

Mailing Address:                         William U. Weiss, Ph.D.
                                         PO Box 872708
                                         Vancouver, WA 98687

                      E-mail: bw6@msn.com (email address in Vancouver, WA)

Recent Teaching Assignments:            Department of Psychology
                                        Portland State University
                                        PO Box 751

                                         Harlaxton College
                                         Harlaxton Manor
                                         Grantham, Lincs.
                                         NG32 1AG
                                         Grantham, England
                                         Email: bw6@evansville.edu
(Harlaxton College is the British Campus of the University of Evansville at Grantham England)

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Home Address:                            14511 SE 25 Circle
                                         Vancouver, WA 98683
                                         Home Phone (360) 828-8145
                                         Cell Phone: (360) 326-5647
                                         Email: bw6@msn.com
Education:
  The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, B.A., 1960
  The University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, M.A., 1964
  The University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, Ph.D., 1969

Areas of Specialization: Major Area: Clinical Psychology
                         Secondary Area: Industrial Psychology




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Courses Taught: Abnormal Psychology, Psychopathology of Children and Adolescents, Tests and
Measurements, Learning and Motivation, Introductory Psychology, Industrial Psychology, World Cultures

Related Interest Areas: Assessment, Psychopathology, Pain Management, Neuropsychology, Police
Selection, Behavioral Medicine, Psychotherapy, and Gerontology

Professional Psychology Licensure: Washington, Oregon, Indiana, Kentucky
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Private Practice: Part-time private practice of clinical psychology continuing for 30 years, primarily
emphasizing disability determination and analysis, psychodiagnostics, and police selection in Evansville,
Indiana, and Henderson, Kentucky. The practice was part time during the academic year and fulltime
during the summer months. Approximately 50% of the practice involved doing evaluations for the
Divisions of Disability Determination of the states of Indiana and Kentucky.

Psychological Expert: Medical expert for the Social Security Administration on the psychological aspects
of disability since 1989. I was attached to the Paducah, KY Office of Disability Adjudication and
Review and was called as an expert into approximately 1000 cases from 1989-2007.

Parliamentarian: The University of Evansville Senate since 1996.


                         Professional Honors: Elevated to PREMIO PSICHI 2004 by the faculty of “La
                        Sapienza”, the largest and most important University in Rome, “for particular
                      international contributions to the science of Criminology.”
                        •C. Edward Schaeffer Award for the best research paper presented at the 2002
                         Annual conference of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology, Orlando,
                       FL,
                         October 2-4. The paper was titled “The MMPI-2 L Scale as a tool in police
                         Selection.”
                        •Sponsored a paper “Compulsive traits and police officer performance”
                       presented by Emily DeCoster, senior undergraduate, which won the Michael
                      Serafino best student paper award at the Society for Police and Criminal
                         Psychology, Corpus Christi, TX, 2003
                        •Editor, Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology
                        •Diplomate, American Academy of Pain Management
                        •Senior Disability Analyst and Diplomate, American Board of Disability
                         Analysts
                        •American Association of University Professors:
                         President, University of Evansville Chapter, 1983-84
                         President-Elect, Indiana Conference, 1984-85, 1990-91
                         President, Indiana Conference, 1985-86, 1991-92
                         Immediate Past President, 1986-87, 1992-93

Editor of Professional Journal: Editor, The Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. Elected for five-
year term, beginning October 2000. I was asked to serve an additional year until a qualified replacement
could be found. I served as editor from 2000-2006.

Grants Received: ARSAF grant, "Occupational satisfaction and competence of police officers as
predicted by the Kuder Interest Inventory and the MMPI".
ARSAF grant, "Cognitive effects of sleep deprivation".
ART Grant, “The Use of Tests and Ratings to Predict the Performance of State Police Applicants.
ART Grant, “The Use of Tests and Ratings to Predict the Performance of State Police Applicants: The


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Inclusion of Additional Variables Including a Measure of Burnout.
ART grant titled “Impression Management on the MMPI-2. Two specific scenarios”.

University Senate and Committee Service: University Senator; Chair Professional Affairs Committee;
Chair Athletic Committee; Promotion and Tenure Committee; Appeals Committee; Chair Writing
Proficiency Committee.

Publications and Papers:

Recent Publications:

Weiss, P. A., Hitchcock, J.H., Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C., Davis, R. (2008) The Personality Assessment
Inventory Borderline Drug and Alcohol scales: an exploratory series of analyses. Policing and Society,18,
301-310.

Weiss, P., Weiss, W.U. & Gacono, C. (2007) The Rorschach and Police Psychology. In C. Gacono, C.
and B. Evans, (Eds.), (pp 519-534). Handbook of Forensic Rorschach Assessment. Mahwah, NJ:
Lawrence Erlbaum.

Ours, M., Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C. & Davis, R. (2006) The relationship between body mass index and
abnormal psychological and personality variables. . Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 21, No. 1,
54-61.

Weiss, W.U., Zehner, S. Davis, R., Rostow, C. & DeCoster-Martin, E. (2005). Problematic police
performance and the Personality Assessment Inventory. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 20,
No. 1, 16-20

Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C., Davis, R., & DeCoster-Martin, E. (2004). The Personality Assessment Inventory
as a selection device for law enforcement personnel. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 19, No.
2, 23-29.

DeCoster-Martin, E., Weiss, W.U., Davis, R.D. & Rostow, C.D. (2004) Compulsive traits and police officer
performance. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 19, No. 2, 64-71.

Weiss, W.U., Davis, R., Rostow, C., & Kinsman, S. (2003). The MMPI-2 L scale as a tool in police
selection. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 18, No. 1, 57-60.

Weiss, W.U., Johnson, J., Serafino, G., & Serafino, A. (2001). A three year follow-up of the performance
of state police academy graduates using the MMPI-2. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 16, No.
1, 51-55.

Weiss, W.U., Serafino, G., & Serafino, A. (2000). A study of the interrelationships of several validity
scales used in police selection. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 15, No. 1, 41-44.

Weiss, W.U., Serafino, G., Serafino, A., Willson, W., Sarsany, J., & Felton, J. (1999). Use of the MMPI-2
and the Inwald Personality Inventory to identify the personality characteristics of dropouts from a state
police academy. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 14, No. 2, 38-42.


Weiss, W.U., Serafino, G., Serafino, A., Willson, W., & Knoll, S. (1998). Use of the MMPI-2 to predict the
employment continuation and performance ratings of recently hired police officers. Journal of Police and
Criminal Psychology, 13, No. 1, 40-44.

Weiss, W.U., Buehler, K., & Yates, D., (1996). The psychopathic deviate scale of the MMPI in police

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selection. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 10, No. 4, 57-60.

Weiss, W.U., Yates, D., & Buehler, K. (1996). Occupational satisfaction and competence of police
officers as predicted by the Kuder Interest Inventory. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology. 10, No.
4, 53-56.

Wiechman, D. & Bae, R. & Weiss, W.U. (1995). Singapore justice. International Journal of Comparative
and Applied Criminal Justice. 19, 1-17.

Weiss, W.U. (1994). Psychophysiological Aspects of Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome. American
Journal of Pain Management. 4, 67-72.

Plus nine earlier publications

Papers Submitted for Publication and Works in Progress:

Weiss, W. U. Fundamentals of Personality Assessment in Police Psychology. In Weiss, P.A. (Ed.)
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Personality Assessment in Police Psychology: A 21 Century Perspective.

Weiss, W.U. Use of the PAI in Police Psychology. In Weiss, P.A. (Ed.) Personality Assessment in Police
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Psychology: A 21 Century Perspective.

Weiss W. U., Weiss, P., Cain, S., & Manley, B. (2008) Impression Management in the Police Officer
Candidacy. Paper submitted for publication to Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.

Recent Papers Presented:

Weiss, P.A., Weiss, W.U., Jones L.K., Tenbarge, B.A., Cain,S. & Manley, B. (2007, March) Order Effects
in Simulated Malingering Studies Using the MMPI-2. Paper presented at the 2007 annual meeting of the
Society for Personality Assessment. Arlington, VA.

Weiss, W., Clankie, S. R., Davis, R., and Rostow, C.(2006, Oct.) Cynicism and Misanthropic Beliefs and
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Their Relationship to Termination of Police Officer Employment. Paper presented at the 35 annual
meeting of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology. Washington D.C.

Mathews, J. and Weiss, W. U. (2006, Oct.) The Differences in the Penal Systems of Great Britain and the
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United States as Related to Mental Health Care. Paper presented at the 35 annual meeting of the
Society of Police and Criminal Psychology. Washington, D.C.

Ours, M., Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C., and Davis, R. (2006, August) Body Mass Index and Domestic
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Adjustment in Police Officer Candidates. Paper presented at the 114 annual meeting of the American
Psychological Association. New Orleans, LA.

Weiss, P.A., Hitchcock, J.H., Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C., and Davis, R. (2006, August) The Personality
Assessment Inventory Borderline, Drug, and Alcohol Scales as Predictors of Overall Performance in
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Police Officers. Paper presented at the 114 annual meeting of the American Psychological Association.
New Orleans, LA.

Weiss, P.A., Weiss, W.U., Cain, S., Manley, B. (2006, March) Detecting Malingering on the MMPI-2:
Effects of Situation and Instructional Set. Paper presented at the 2006 annual meeting of the Society for
Personality Assessment. San Diego, CA.

Weiss, W.U., Weiss, P., Manley, B., & Cain, S. (2005, Oct.) Impression Management in Police Officer
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Candidacy. Paper presented at the 34 annual meeting of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology.

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Scottsdale, AZ.

Cain. S., Weiss, W.U. & Weiss, P. (2005, Oct.) Impression Management in Police Selection: the L and S
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Scales. Paper presented at the 34 annual meeting of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology.
Scottsdale, AZ.

Manley, B., Weiss, W.U., & Weiss, P. ( 2005, Oct.) Perceptions of Masculinity and Femininity in Police
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Selection. Paper presented at the 34 annual meeting of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology.
Scottsdale, AZ.

Ours, M., Weiss, W.U., Davis, R., and Rostow, C. (2005, Oct.) The Relationship Between Body Mass
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Index and Abnormal Personality Variables in Police Officers Candidates. Paper presented at the 34
annual meeting of the Society of Police and Criminal Psychology. Scottsdale AZ.

Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C., & Davis, R. (2004, Oct.) The relationship of substance abuse problems and
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borderline personality features to police performance criteria. Paper presented at the 33 annual meeting
of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology. Rome, Italy.

Baker, A., Weiss, W.U., Davis, R., & Rostow, C. (2004, Oct.) Type A personality and police officer
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performance. Paper presented at the 33 annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal
Psychology. Rome, Italy.

DeCoster, E., Weiss, W.U., Davis, R., & Rostow, C. (2004, Oct.) Police officer performance variables: A
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factor analysis. Paper presented at the 33 annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal
Psychology. Rome, Italy.

Zehner, S., Weiss, W.U., Davis, R., & Rostow, C. (2004, Oct.) A comparison of self-reported stress and
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scaled stress in police officers. Paper presented at the 33 annual meeting of the Society for Police and
Criminal Psychology. Rome, Italy.

Weiss, W.U., Zehner, S.N., Davis, R.D., Rostow, C., & DeCoster, E.A. (2004, July). Problematic police
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performance and the Personality Assessment Inventory. Paper presented at the 112 annual convention
of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

DeCoster, E.A., Weiss, W.U., Zehner, S.N., Davis, R.D., & Rostow, C. (2004, July). Obsessive-
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compulsive traits and stress in police officers. Paper presented at the 112 annual convention of the
American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.

Weiss, W.U., Weiss, W.U., Rostow, C., Davis, R., and DeCoster, E. (2003, Oct.). The Personality
Assessment Inventory as a selection device for law enforcement personnel. Paper presented at the 32nd
annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, Corpus Christi, TX.

Weiss, W.U., Davis, R.D., Rostow, C., & Kinsman, S. (2002, October). The MMPI-2 as a tool in police
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selection. Paper presented at the 31 annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology,
Orlando, FL.

Weiss, W.U., Serafino, G., & Serafino, A. (1999, October). A study of the interrelationships of several
validity scales used in police selection. Paper presented at the 28th annual meeting of the Society for
Police and Criminal Psychology, Port Jefferson, NY.

Weiss, W.U., Serafino, G., Serafino, A., Willson, W., Sarsany, J., & Felton, J. (1997, October). Use of the
MMPI-2 and the Inwald Personality Inventory to identify the personality characteristics of dropouts from a
state police academy. Paper presented at the 26th annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal
Psychology, Boston, MA.

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Weiss, W.U., Buehler, K., & Felton, J., (1996, October). A factor analytic study of the Pd subscales of the
MMPI. Paper presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology,
Santa Fe, NM.

Weiss, W.U., Serafino, J., Serafino, A., Willson, W. & Knoll, S. (1996, October). Use of the MMPI-2 to
predict the employment continuation and performance ratings of recently hired police officers. Paper
presented at the 25th annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, Santa Fe, NM.

Weiss, W.U., Buehler, K., & Yates, D. (1995, October). The Psychopathic Deviate Scale of the MMPI in
Police Selection. Paper presented at the 24th annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal
Psychology, Honolulu, HI.

Wiechman, D., Weiss, W.U. & Kendall, J. (1995, October). Public vs. private executions. Paper
presented at the 24th annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, Honolulu, HI.

Wiechman, D. Weiss, W.U. & Kendall, J. (1995, October). Singapore and the death penalty. Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the Indiana Academy of Social Sciences, Valparaiso, IN.

Weiss, W. U. & Yates, D. (1994, October). Occupational satisfaction and competence of police officers
as predicted by the Kuder Interest Inventory. Paper presented at the 23rd annual meeting of the Society
for Police and Criminal Psychology, Madison, WI.

Wiechman, D. Weiss, W.U. & Kendall, J. (1994, October). Singapore justice. Paper presented at the 23rd
annual meeting of the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, Madison, WI.

Weiss, W.U. & Burg, H.E. (1990, June). The acquisition of the thermal biofeedback in the treatment of
migraine headache. Paper presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the American Association for the
Study of Headache, Los Angeles, CA.

Weiss, W.U. & Burg, H.E. (1989, June). MMPI profile types in the study of headache pain. Paper
presented at the 31st annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Headache, Boston,
MA.

Burg, H.E. & Weiss, W.U. (1989, June). Chronic tension type headache with and without pericranial
muscle disorder: A prospective study of frequency. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting of the
American Association for the Study of Headache. Boston, MA.

Burg, H.E. & Weiss, W.U. (1989, June). Comparison of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulators in the
treatment of chronic headaches. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting of the American Association
for the Study of Headache, Boston, MA.


Weiss, W.U. & Burg, H.E. (1989, May). MMPI profile types in the study of chronic pain. Paper presented
at the 13th scientific meeting of the Midwest Pain Society, Indianapolis, IN.

Burg, H.E. & Weiss, W.U. (1989, May). Presence of pericranial tenderness in chronic headache:
Relationship of regional head and neck myofascial pain to chronic headache syndromes. Paper
presented at the 1st International Symposium of Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia, Minneapolis, MN.

Burg, H.E. & Weiss, W.U. (1989, May). Thermographic confirmation of combined sympathetic pain and
myofascial dysfunction in post coronary bypass surgery chest pain. Paper presented at the annual
meeting of the American Academy of Thermology, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.


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Burg, H.E. & Weiss, W.U. (1989, May). Variable TENS apparatus in the treatment of headache and
myofascial pain: A comparison of different units. Paper presented at the 1st International Symposium of
Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia, Minneapolis, MN.

Weiss, W.U., Burg, H., & Riley, A.W. (1983, June). A comparison of headache and chronic pain patients
using the McGill Pain Questionnaire. Paper presented at the 25th annual meeting of the American
Association for the Study of Headache, Toronto, Canada.

Plus six earlier papers.

Recent Continuing Education Experiences:
•Mandatory Reporting Laws and More. 3hrs of Ethics CEUs. American Psychological Association.
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Vancouver, WA. Sept. 5 2008.
•Legal and Ethical Risks and Risk Management in Professional Psychological Practice: Sequence I:
General Risk Management Strategies. 6 hrs.of CEUs, American Psychological Association. New Orleans
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LA. August 9 2006.
•Ethics and Management with Confidentiality, Privileged Communication, and Records. 3 hrs. of CEUs,
American Psychological Association (2006).
•Ethics and Risk Management with Boundary and Role Conflicts. 3 hrs.of CEUs, American Psychological
Association. (2006).
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•Society of Police and Criminal Psychology, 35 annual meeting, attendance at conference, Washington,
D.C. 18 CEU credits. (2006).
•“Symposium: Ethics on the Frontlines-Psychology, Behavioral Science, and National Security”. .
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American Psychological Association. Washington, D.C. August 19 2005.
•“Ethics Education in Professional Psychology-Pedogogy That Works.”1 hr.of CEU, American
Psychological
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Association. Washington, D.C August 20 2005.
•Ethical Considerations in Child Custody Evaluation.@ 7 hrs. of CEUs, American Psychological
Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 31, 2004.
•Intentional Advising and Mentoring: A Workshop for Faculty and Supervisors.@ 4 hrs. of CEUs, American
Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii, July 28, 2004
•The Society for Police and Criminal Psychology Annual Conference: Congresso Internazionale.@ 19 CEU
hrs. awarded, Rome, Italy, October 11, 2004-October 15, 2004.
•Ethics and Risk Management with Life Threatening Patients: Module II.@ 3 hrs of CEUs, American
Psychological Association, July 5, 2004.
•Introduction to Professional Liability and Risk Management: Module I.@ 3 hrs. of CEUs. American
Psychological Association, October 26, 2003.
•American Board of Disability Analysts, 2003 Annual Conference. 14 hrs. of CEUs. Chicago Illinois, July
12-13, 2003.
•Tobacco Cessation: Offering Effective Treatments to Your Clients.@ 7 hrs. of CEUs, American
Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, August 23, 2002.
•Exploratory Factor Analyses: An Introductory Primer on Validity Evaluation and Other Applications.@ 4
hrs. of CEUs, American Psychological Association, Chicago, Illinois, August 22, 2002.
•Neuroimaging for Psychologists.@ 7 hrs of CEUs. APA Division 12, Chicago, IL, August 21, 2002.
•Advanced Training in Clinical Supervision.” 3 hours of CEUs, Kentucky Psychological Assn., Louisville,
KY, October 31, 2001.
•Advanced Topics in Criminal Forensic Psychology.@ 18 hrs. of CEUs, American Bd of Professional
Psychology, Portland, Oregon, June 25-27, 2001.
•Assessing Malingering in Forensic Evaluations.@ 7 hrs of CEUs. APA, Washington, DC, August 8, 2000.
•Child Clinical Neuropsychology Evaluations.@ 4 hrs of CEUs. APA, Washington, DC, August 7, 2000.
•The Psychologist=s Role in the Social Security Disability Process.@ 2 hrs. of CEUs. APA, Washington,
DC., August 5, 2000.
•Clinical Diagnosis with the DSM-IV: The Art and Science of Assessment.@ 7 hours of CEUs. American


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Healthcare Institute, New York City, August 12, 1999.
•Domestic Violence Training.@ 3 hours of CEUs. KY chapter, National Association of Social Workers,
Lexington, KY, June 30, 1999.
•Clinical Uses of the WAIS-III and WMS-III.@ 7 hours of CEUs. APA, San Francisco, California, August
14, 1998.
•Psychopharmacology Review: Drugs, Principles and Applications.@ 7 hours of CEUs. APA, San
Francisco, California, August 13, 1998.
•Legal & Ethical Issues in Contemporary Psychology: Pitfalls and Prevention.@ 6 hours of CEUs. APA,
Alaskan Cruise, June 20-27, 1998.
•The Neuropsychology of Memory with Forensic Applications.@ 6 hours of CEUs. APA, Alaskan Cruise.
June 20-27, 1998.
•Assumptions and Strategies of Clinical Neuropsychology.@ 7 hours of CEUs. APA Division 12. Chicago,
Illinois, August 14, 1997.
•Multiple Regression.@ 7 hours of CEUs. APA Division 12. Chicago, Illinois, August 15, 1997.
AAdvanced MMPI-2 Applications. A 7 hours of CEUs. APA Division 12. Toronto, Ontario. August 8,
1996.
•Neuropsychological Assessment of Individuals with ADHD.@ 7 hours of CEUs. APA Division 12. New
York, NY. August 9, 1995.
•"Clinical Neuropsychology." 21 hours of CEUs. APA Division 12. August 17-19, 1993.
•Advances in Headache Treatment and Research, 10 CE credits, American Medical Association 32nd
annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Headache. Los Angeles, CA, June, 1990.

Professional Experience:

August 1976 to present: Professor and Associate Professor of Psychology, The University of Evansville,
Evansville, Indiana. Head of Department of Psychology, August 1976- May 1983.

Part-time practice of Clinical Psychology, June 1978 to the present.

August 1970 to July 1976: Assistant Professor of Psychology, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania.
Clinical Psychologist, Counseling Center, Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania.

August 1969 to August 1970: Clinical-Counseling Psychologist, Veterans Administration Center,
Martinsburg, West Virginia.

May 1967 to August 1969: Counseling Psychologist Trainee, Veterans Administration Center,
Martinsburg, West Virginia.


June 1966 to May 1967: Clinical Psychologist (GS-9), Veterans Administration Center, Martinsburg, West
Virginia.

August 1964 to June 1965: Teaching Assistant in Psychology, Department of Psychology, The University
of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

August 1963 to August 1964: Assistant in Medical Psychology (American Psychological Association
approved internship in clinical psychology), The Psychiatric Institute, The University of Maryland School of
Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland.


Invited Lecture Series:

Indiana University School of Medicine, Evansville Campus. N503 Human Behavior: Normal/Abnormal.


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Five lectures on psychosocial development and childhood psychopathology to the first year medical
students, Spring, 1983-1986.

Professional Memberships:

American Psychological Association (APA)
       Division 12 - Society of Clinical Psychology
       Division 17 - Counseling Psychology
       Division 29 - Psychotherapy
       Division 42 - Psychologists in Independent Practice

Society for Personality Assessment (SPA)

American Association of University Professors
       President, University of Evansville Chapter, 1983-84
       President-Elect, Indiana Conference, 1984-85, 1990-91
       President, Indiana Conference, 1985-86, 1991-92
       Immediate Past President, 1986-87, 1992-93

Society of Police and Criminal Psychology

Phi Kappa Phi Academic Honor Society

American Board of Disability Analysts

American Academy of Pain Management

Psi Chi Honorary Psychological Society
        Advisor, University of Evansville Chapter, 1983 to 2008

Indiana Psychological Association




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