Results 1–10 of 99 for "Profile"X related to "Was ‘Little Albert’ ill during the..." Refine Your Search Refine Your Search TopicRace (5)Education (3)Women & men (3)Safety & design (2)Aging (1) 7 more... [+] Children (1)Environment (1)Ethics (1)Health disparities (1)Human rights (1)Therapy (1)Workplace issues (1)Hide detailsDocument TypeProfileXYear2012 (1)2011 (7)Author/ContributorVande Kemp, Hendrika (3)Amsel, Judith (1)Austin, Stephanie (1)Canetto, Silvia Sara (1)Carneiro, Filipe Degani (1) 21 more... [+] Daly, Jennifer C. (1)Devonis, David (1)Dewsbury, Donald A. (1)Dorsey, Tasha (1)Froese, Jared (1)Garfein, Richard (1)Granek, Leeat (1)Griffin, James A. (1)Gul, Pelin (1)Jaco-Vilela, Ana Maria (1)Katz, Richard J. (1)Keita, Gwendolyn Puryear (1)Lauber, John K. (1)Messias, Maria Claudia Novaes (1)Petersen, Anne C. (1)Puglisi, Tom (1)Rutherford, Alexandra (1)Saltzman, Ann L. (1)Shour, Rachel (1)Thomas, Roger K. (1)Vaughn, Kelli (1)Hide details Results 1–10 of 99 Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: 1.Featured Psychologist: Albert Sidney Beckham, PhDAlbert Sidney Beckham, PhD, is considered to be the first African-American school psychologist. He founded the first psychological laboratory at Howard University and published over 20 articles on the effect of counseling on high school students, childhood behavioral problems, intelligence testing and life satisfaction.Profile 2.Paul Meehl: 1962 APA PresidentPaul Meehl served as President of the American Psychological Association in 1962, the second youngest person to ever so serve (John Broadus Watson was five years younger). By the time of his election, Paul had already made major contributions, including perhaps his best known publication, Clinical Versus Statistical Prediction (1954).Profile (January 2011)3.Featured Psychologist: Ruth Howard, PhDRuth Howard, PhD, became the first African-American woman to earn a doctorate degree in psychology from the University of Minnesota, marking a significant milestone in American psychology. Profile 4.Neal Elgar Miller (1909-2002)Miller used behavioral methodologies and neurophysiological techniques to investigate hunger and thirst, and this blending of ideas and practices not only laid the foundation for modern neuroscience but also fundamentally changed our understanding of behavior and motivation. Profile 5.Ernest Hilgard (1904-2001)Hilgard ensured the growing application of psychology to many different social problems was recognized as a legitimate endeavor for psychologists and helped set the stage for the tremendous growth of psychology as both a science and profession after the end of WWII.Profile 6.Featured Psychologist: Martha E. Bernal, PhDMartha Bernal was the first female of Mexican descent to complete her PhD, and she led the way for other minority women in psychology.Profile (January 2012)7.Neal Elgar Miller: 1961 APA PresidentMiller’s relationship with the APA was prolonged and fruitful. In addition to serving on a number of boards and committees, he served as President from 1960-1961, and among many other honors he received the APA Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award in 1959 and the APA Citation for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology in 1991.Profile (January 2011)8.Dr. Brian Cheuvront, Environmental PsychologistDr. Cheuvront is using psychological science to protect marine life and end the practice of overfishing. In the process, he’s building relationships with fishermen who rely on the oceans for their livelihood.Profile 9.Michele Harway, PhDProfile of Michele Harway, PhD, Council of Representatives member (2011-2013) representing Division 43 (Family Psychology).Profile 10.Michael R. Rodriguez, PhDProfile of Michael R. Rodriguez, PhD, Council of Representatives member (2010-2012) representing New Mexico Psychological Association.Profile Previous 1 2 3 ... Next Relevance Title A-Z Title Z-A Newest First Oldest First Sort by: ADVERTISEMENT Results 1–10 of 99 for "Profile"X related to "Was ‘Little Albert’ ill during the..."