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Curriculum Vitae

 

Education     Scholarships and Fellowships   

Teaching Appointments       Research Appointments   Clinical Appointments  

Administrative Appointments    Extramural Committee Memberships     Editorial Appointments

Professional Society Memberships      Honors and Awards     

Research and Teaching Support

 


Education

 
A.B., Colgate University, 1970
High Honors in Psychology

 
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1975
Program of Research Training in Personality and Experimental Psychopathology

 

Scholarships and Fellowships

 

At Colgate University:

New York State Regents Scholarship, 1966-1970
Alumni War Memorial Scholarship, 1966-1970
Sloan Foundation Summer Research Assistantship, 1969

 
At University of Pennsylvania:
New York State Herbert H. Lehman Fellowship
     in the Social Sciences and Public or International Affairs, 1970
New York State Regents College Teaching Fellowship, 1970-1972
National Science Foundation Graduate Traineeship, 1971-1973
Pennsylvania Hospital Summer Assistantship, 1970, 1972

 
At University of Wisconsin:
H.I. Romnes Faculty Fellowship, 1984-1987

 
Postgraduate:
National Institute of Mental Health MERIT Award, 1990-present
     (Method to Extend Research In Time)

 

Teaching Appointments

Department of Psychology, University of Pennsylvania
Teaching Fellow, 1970-1971
Teaching Assistant, 1971-1973
Instructor, 1973-1975
Department of Psychology and Social Relations, Harvard University
Assistant Professor, 1975-1980
Associate Professor, 1980
Department of Psychology, Stanford University
Visiting Assistant Professor, 1977-1978
Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin
Associate Professor, 1980-1984
Professor, 1984-1987
Department of Psychology, University of Arizona
Professor, 1987-1994
Department of Psychology, Yale University
Professor, 1994-1997
Fellow, Silliman College
Department of Psychology, University of California, Berkeley
Professor, 1996-
Richard and Rhoda Goldman Distinguished Professor in the Undergraduate Division and Interdisciplinary Studies, 2013-2018


 

Research Appointments

Hypnosis Research Laboratory, Colgate University
Research Assistant, 1968-1970
 
 
Unit for Experimental Psychiatry, The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital
Research Assistant, 1970-1974
Research Associate, 1974-1975
Research Psychologist, 1975
 
Center for Cognitive Science, University of Michigan
Visiting Scholar, 1981-1982
 
School of Behavioural Sciences, Macquarie University
Visiting Fellow (Research Scholar) in Psychology, 1986
 
University of California, Berkeley
    Institute for Cognitive and Brain Sciences
        Member, 1996-
    Institute for Personality and Social Research
        Member, 1996-
    Center for Health Research
        Member, 2001-
 
Institute for the Study of Healthcare Organizations and Transactions
Fellow, 2000-

 

Clinical Appointments

Department of Psychiatry, Division of Medical Psychology,
    Temple University Health Sciences Center
Clinical Psychology Intern, 1974-1975
 
 

Administrative Appointments

Group Major in Cognitive Science,
    University of California, Berkeley College of Letters & Science
Director, 2005-2010

 

Extramural Committee Memberships

American Medical Association
Council on Scientific Affairs
    Panel on the Use of Hypnosis to Refresh the Recollection of Witnesses
        Consultant, 1983-1984

 
American Psychological Association
Board of Convention Affairs
    Organizer, Topical Miniconvention on Consciousness, 1992
Board of Scientific Affairs
    Committee on Scientific Awards, 1983-1985
    Judges' Panel for the Distinguished Scientific Award for an
        Early Career Contribution to Psychology, Psychopathology area, 1990 (Chair)
    Science Conferences Review Committee, 1994-2004
       Board of Educational Affairs
            Member, Advisory Panel
                Task Force on Undergraduate Psychology Major Competencies, 2001-2002
     
 
Krasnow Institute for Advanced Study, George Mason University
Board of Science Advisors
    Member, 1993-2006
 
National Institutes of Health
Member, Reviewers Reserve, 1993-
National Institute of Mental Health
Behavioral Sciences Research Branch
    Consultant, 1988-1989
Cognition, Emotion, and Personality Study Section
    Member, 1989-1990
    Chair, 1990-1992
Perception and Cognition Study Section
    Chair, 1992-1993
Behavioral Sciences Task Force
    Co-Chair, 1992-1995
 
National Research Council
Committee on Basic Research in the Behavioral and Social Sciences
    Chair, Working Group on Social Interaction, 1985
Committee on Techniques for the Enhancement of Human Performance
    Member, 1991-1993
Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education
    Member, 1995-1999
Committee on National Needs for Biomedical and Behavioral Scientists
    Member, 1998-2000
 
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
Representative to the American Association for the Advancement of Science
    Section Committees on Psychology, Medical Sciences, and Dentistry

 

Editorial Appointments

American Journal of Psychology
Consulting Editor, 2002-present
Cognitive Therapy & Research  
Member of the Editorial Board, 1981-1985  
Consciousness & Cognition
Member of the Editorial Board, 1996-present
International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis
Advisory Editor, 1978-1984
Associate Editor, 1985-1995, 1998-present
Co-Editor, 1995-1997
Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Consulting Editor, 1979-86, 1989-90, 1994-1996, 2002-2011
Guest Editor, 1978-1979
Associate Editor, 1986-88, 1991-1993
Journal of Personality & Social Psychology
Consulting Editor, 1985-90
Guest Editor, 1986-1987
Psychological Review
Consulting Editor, 1989-1993
Psychological Science
Editor, 1995-1999
Psychology of Consciousness
Member of the Editorial Board, 2013-

Social Cognition
Member of the Editorial Board, 1980-1992

 


Professional Society Memberships

American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow)
American Psychological Association (Fellow)
Association for Psychological Science (Charter Fellow)
Eastern Psychological Association
Midwestern Psychological Association
Person Memory Interest Group
Psychonomic Society
Rocky Mountain Psychological Association
Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society of North America
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis (Fellow)
Society for Experimental Social Psychology (Fellow)
Society for Personality and Social Psychology (Fellow)
Society for a Scientific Clinical Psychology
Society of Experimental Psychologists (Fellow)
Western Psychological Association
 

Honors and Awards

Phil R. Miller Award in Psychology, 1970
Colgate University
 
Graduate Student Prize, 1973
Division 30, American Psychological Association
 
Sherry K. and Harold B. Crasilneck Award, 1973
for the Best "First Contribution" at the Annual Meeting
    "Temporal Sequencing in Posthypnotic Amnesia"
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
Henry Guze Award, 1974
for the Best Research Paper in the Field of Hypnosis
    "Posthypnotic Amnesia as Disrupted Retrieval"
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
Distinguished Scientific Award for an Early Career Contribution to Psychology, 1979
Area: Personality
American Psychological Association
 
Arthur Shapiro Award
for Best Book in the Field of Hypnosis, 1980
    Functional Disorders of Memory
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
Morton Prince Award, 1980
for distinguished contributions to the development of hypnosis
    in the science and profession of psychology
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
American Board of Examiners in Psychological Hypnosis
 
Award for Best Theoretical Paper in the Field of Hypnosis, 1985
    "Conscious, Subconscious, Unconscious: A Cognitive Perspective"
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
Award for Best Theoretical Paper in the Field of Hypnosis, 1988
    "The Cognitive Unconscious"
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
National Institute of Mental Health MERIT Award, 1990
(Method to Extend Research In Time)
Research Grant #2-R37-MH35856-11
    for "Personality and Cognition in Hypnotic Phenomena"
 
Bernard B. Raginsky Award, 1991
for leadership and achievement in the field of hypnosis
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
Ernest R. Hilgard and Josephine R. Hilgard Award, 1994
for the best theoretical paper in hypnosis
    "The Self-Regulation of Memory: 
    For Better and for Worse, With and  Without Hypnosis"
Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis
 
Yale College-Lex Hixson '63 Award, 1997
for Distinguished Teaching in the Social Sciences
Yale University
 
Certificate of Commendation, 1998
for paper presented at the 1998 Spielberger EMPathy Symposium
    "The Emotional Unconscious"
American Psychological Foundation

Editorial Service Award, 1999
for serving as Editor of Psychological Science, 1995-1999
American Psychological Society

Elected Fellow, Society of Experimental Psychologists, 2003

Presidential Commendation, 2008
    for contributions to the history of hypnosis
    Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

Ernest R. Hilgard Award, 2011
    for the Best Paper on a Historical Topic on Hypnosis
    shared with Edward J. Frischholz
    American Society of Clinical Hypnosis

Ernest R. Hilgard and Josephine R. Hilgard Award, 2013

    for the best theoretical paper in hypnosis

    Shared with Peter Halligan and David Oakley
    "Neurohypnotism: Prospects for hypnosis and neuroscience"
    Society for Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis

 

Research and Teaching Support

Miscellaneous Small Grants
Harvard University
     Harvard Graduate Society, 1975-1977, 1977-1979
     William F. Milton Fund of Harvard University, 1976
     Joseph H. Clark Bequest to Harvard University, 1976-1978
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
     Program on Conscious and Unconscious Mental Processes
        Subcontract, 1986-1987
Sigma Xi
    Research Grant, 1975-1977
University of Arizona
    Foreign Travel Grant, 1989
    Provost's Teaching Improvement Award, 1992
University of California, Berkeley
    Committee on Research Enabling Grants, 1998-present
    Classroom Technologies Grant, 2000, 2003
    Instructional Minigrant, 2000
University of Wisconsin
     Graduate School Research Committee, 1983-1984
     Biomedical Research Support Grant, 1983, 1985, 1986
 
National Institute of Aging
Grant AG-08441, "Studies of Aging Memory"
    (Co-PI with D.L. Schacter & A.W. Kaszniak)
    $659,172 TDC 1989-1994
 
National Institute of Mental Health
Grant MH-29951, "Studies of Posthypnotic Amnesia"
    $ 50,057 TDC 1977-1980
Grant MH-33737, "Preliminary Studies of Childhood Amnesia"
    $ 9,875, TDC 1980-1981
Grant MH-35856, "Personality and Cognition in Hypnotic Phenomena"
    $140,506 TDC 1980-1983
    $244,840 TDC 1983-1987
    $307,342 TDC 1987-1990
    $560,070 TDC 1990-1995 (MERIT Award)
    $536,266 TDC 1995-2002 (MERIT Award)
Grant MH-44739, "Studies of Mood and Memory"
    $ 62,526 TDC 1989-1992

 

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