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Lucy Canter Kihlstrom received her PhD in Health Services Research and Policy from the University of Minnesota and completed post doctoral training in mental health services research at Yale School of Medicine. She also has post doctoral training in cost effectiveness analysis (Rand) and quality of life measurement. She currently is a Research Scientist at the Institute for the Study of Healthcare Organizations and Transactions as well as an Assistant Research Scientist in the Institute of Personality and Social Research, University of California, Berkeley. Prior to entering a doctoral program, she earned an MSSW and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and, since 1978, has held professional positions in various health care and mental health care programs and facilities. She is the author of several articles and chapters that focus on aspects of the changing health-care system. She also has taught business classes at the University of Wisconsin and Edgewood College (Madison, Wisconsin) and health-related classes at the University of California, Berkeley. Click on LCKCV to see her current curriculum vita.
John F. Kihlstrom received his PhD in Personality and Experimental Psychopathology from the University of Pennsylvania and completed a clinical psychology internship at Temple University. Currently, he is a Professor in the Department of Psychology and a Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Healthcare Organizations & Transactions. Before moving to the University of California, Berkeley, where he is affiliated primarily with the cognitive psychology program, he held positions at Harvard University (Personality & Developmental Studies), the University of Wisconsin (Social Psychology & Personality), the University of Arizona (Cognitive Psychology & Cognitive Science), and Yale University (Cognitive Psychology). He has taught many classes during the last 25 years including: introductory psychology, memory, social cognition, and adherence to medical regimens. Click on JFKCV to see his current curriculum vita.
Lucy Canter Kihlstrom, PhD
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