Ph.D., Binghamton University, 1999. Auditory perception, spoken word recognition, and music cognition.Website: https://sites.google.com/a/maryu.marywood.edu/ed-crawley/
Ph.D. Counselor Education and Supervision, Virginia Tech. Certified School Counselor-Elementary and Secondary, National Certified Counselor. Research Interests: School counseling programs and student academic achievement, accountability, leadership, systemic change. Clinical Interests: School-based intervention development, collaboration and teaming, creative counseling techniques for children and adolescents.
Ph.D., Adelphi University, 1987. State dependent learning, gestalt organization of auditory events; gender differences in children's play; psychology and marketing.
Ed.D.; School Psychology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; 2005. Pennsylvania School Psychologist Certification; 1999; Nationally Certified School Psychologist; 1999. Research interests include : family school relationships, school-to-work transition, effectively delivering feedback results to parents, and learning outcomes assessment.
Ed.D., Temple University, 1983. Adult survivors of abuse, clinical practice training; pastoral counseling; spirituality and psychotherapy.
Ph.D., Lehigh University, 2004. Spirituality and religion; training and supervision; test construction and assessment; psychotherapy process and outcome; interpersonal psychotherapy; group counseling; career development; and assessment.
2000; Ph.D., Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1990. Development of mental health training materials, stress, coping, and burnout in health care professionals.Website: http://www.epix.net/~renjilia/
Ph.D., North Carolina State University, 2005. Mental health of Muslims living in America; Identity development of Muslim Women; Stress management; Overcoming test anxiety.
Ph.D., Catholic University of America, 1978. Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; gender differences, social-cognitive development, particularly in the area of friendship relations; relationship of psychology and religion.
Ph.D. Binghamton University, 1990. Neuropsychology, dementia, and brain trauma.
Ph.D., Texas Tech University, 2009. Human Factors, aviation psychology, situation awareness, training, expertise, fatigue.
Ph.D., Kansas State University, 1999. Aggression and masculinity in boys; media violence; cross-cultural variations in masculinity.
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1980. Cognitive and behavioral therapies; cognitive approaches to self-esteem change; stress and coping; outcomes assessment and mental health; effects of technological innovations in higher education.
Ph.D., George Washington University, 1989. Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, 1996. Child and adolescent behavioral disorders, positive psychology, public education.
Ph.D., University of Toledo, 2005. Pediatric eating disorders, pediatric/medical psychology; with specific interest in the variables of emotional intelligence, quality of life, parenting, self-esteem, interpersonal functioning, body acceptance and personality/temperamental characteristics as these relate to eating disorders and chronic pain, conversion symptoms, general health-related decision making propensity and symptomatology.
Ph.D., University of Kent at Canterbury, 2012. Social Psychology, Group Processes, Intergroup Relations. Specific interests in Uncertainty-Identity Theory, Social Identity Theory, Stereotype Content Model, entitativity (the "groupiness" characteristic of a group) and perceived entitativity, and the impressions of groups and their leaders from both an intergroup and intragroup context.
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