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Biographical Information

Born: September 28, 1943; McKinney, Texas

High School Education: Wylie Texas; Military Service: 1962-66 (Marine Corps Aviation)

Address: Department of Psychology
Spence Laboratories of Psychology
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242
Phone: 319/335-2473

Education

University of  South Carolina B.S. 1968 Psychology
University of Missouri, Columbia M.A. 1970 Social Psychology
University of Missouri, Columbia
(Advisor: Judson Mills)
PhD. 1971 Social Psychology
University of California, Los Angeles
(Sponsor: Harold Kelley
Postdoctoral
Fellow
1971
1972
Social Psychology

Academic and Professional Honors

Phi Beta Kappa, elected in 1968

University of South Carolina Honorary Scholarship in Psychology, elected in 1968

Society of Experimental Social Psychology, elected in 1976

Fellow, American Psychological Association and Division 8, American Psychological Association, elected in 1978

Fellow, American Psychological Society, elected in 1991

Visiting Erskine Fellow, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, July 19-Aug. 22, 1990; to give series of presentations to classes, department, and keynote address at New Zealand Psychology Association Meeting

Voted "Professor of The Year" by Psi Chi and Psychology Student Association, Department of Psychology, University of Iowa, 1990

1998, Fulbright Research Fellowship, for study of loss among Romanian women S98

1998, University of Iowa Collegiate Teaching Award

2000, New Contribution Award for paper with Omarzu "Minding the Close Relationship" (Personality and Social Psychology Review, 1997), given by International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships

2000 Distinguished Career Award, given by International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships

Professional Positions

Research Assistant, Center for Research in Social Behavior, University of Missouri, Columbia, 1968

NDEA Predoctoral Fellow, University of Missouri, Columbia, 1969-1971

NIHM Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles, 1971-1972

Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, 1972

Instructor, Long Beach State University, 1972

Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University, September, 1972-August, 1975

Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University, September, 1975-1981

Professor, Vanderbilt University, 1981-1982

Visiting Associate Professor, Ohio State University, September 1975-August, 1976

Visiting Associate Professor, Ohio State University, September, 1978-December, 1978

Administrative Officer for Educational Affairs, American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C., 1981-1982 (with part-time work in the fall, 1980) -- on leave from Vanderbilt. Duties included: Liaison Officer to Education and Training Board and work with committees on graduate education, continuing education, undergraduate education, postsecondary school education; Council of Graduate Chairs of Psychology programs and training directors of clinical, counseling, and school psychology; co-editor with Marjorie Parks of 1981 First APA-published Master Lecture Series Volume.

Professor and Chair of Department of Psychology, Texas Tech University, January, 1982- June, 1986

Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, The University of Iowa, July, 1986-August, 1989

Visiting Professor, University of Washington, Seattle, Fall, 1991

Visiting Professor, University of Bucharest, S98

Professor, University of Iowa, July, 1986-present

Discipline Review Work

APA Accreditation Site Review Team,

Boston University, January, 1989, Clinical Psychology
California Professional School of Psychology, March, 1989
University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Clinical Psychology, February, 1990
Syracuse University, Clinical Psychology, April, 1990
Virginia Tech University, Clinical Psychology, March, 1990
McGill University, Clinical Psychology, March, 1990
University of Florida, December, 1990, Counseling Psychology
University of Washington, Seattle, March 1991, Clinical Psychology
University of Minnesota, May, 1991, Counseling Psychology
University of West Virginia, March, 1993, Clinical Psychology
Georgia School of Professional Psychology, April, 1994, Clinical Psychology
California School of Professional Psychology, San Diego, May, 1994, Clinical Psychology
Arizona State University, March, 1995, Clinical Psychology
Colorado State University, April, 1995, Counseling Psychology
University of Miami, November, 1995, Clinical Psychology

APA Appeal Hearing Panel, January, 1994, University of California, Berkeley, School Psychology

APA Appeal Hearing Panel, May, 1995, University of San Francisco, Counseling Psychology

Chair, Outside Review Team, Department of Psychology, Iowa State University, January, 1990

Special Graduate Program Reviewer, Department of Psychology, Wake Forest University, Spring, 1990

Special Department of Psychology Consultant, Department of Psychology, University of Southern Mississippi, Fall, 1991

Department of Psychology Reviewer, Department of Psychology, University of Kentucky, Spring, 1992

Chair, Department of Psychology Review, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Spring 1996

Chair, Follow-up Review, Department of Psychology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Fall, 2000

Promotion reviews for over 50 universities, special awards and distinguished professor reviews for over 20 universities, 1978-present.

Editorial and Review Work

1998-2002: Associate Editor (for social psychology), Journal of Social and Personal Relationships (Sage Publishers), official journal of International Network on Personal Relationships. Work about 50 mss. per year.

1998-2002: Editorial Board, Personal Relationships (Cambridge Press), official journal of International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships.

1991: Editor-elect , 1992-98 Editor : Contemporary Psychology, published by American Psychological Association; involved appointing editors,, soliciting reviews, editing, writing reviews, and supervising reviews of books of the field of psychology (approximately 2000 books per year; 4-person full-time staff, 3-5 student assistants, and approximately $200,000 annual budget); monthly publication. 1 RA per year funded out of this budget for work with CP1995-98.

1995-present: Creator and initial editor of Journal of Loss and Trauma (Taylor & Francis Publishers), first issue, Spring 1996, receive about 100 mss. per year

1982-88: Creator and initial editor of Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (Guilford Press), first issue Spring 1983

1988-present: Editorial Board, Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology

1985-90: Advisory Board, Contemporary Psychology

1990-1992 Editorial Board, Social Psychology Quarterly

1987-1991: Editorial Board, Journal of Social and Personal Relationships

1990-2000: Editorial consultant to Wm. C. Brown for series of books in social psychology; social series taken over in 1998 by Westview Press in 1995 and Basic Books in 1998 (8 books produced).

1988-1990: Society of Personality and Social Psychology Publications Committee (Chair, 1990)

1982-1986: Member, National Institute of Mental Health and Clinical Behavioral Sciences Small Grants Review Panel

1983-1984: APA Publications Ad Hoc Subcommittee to select new editor of Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition

1984: National Institute of Mental Health Special Ad Hoc Panel to review Ross/Lepper Stanford Psychology Project

1981: National Institute of Mental Health Special Projects Site Review team (Stanford University Social Psychology Project)

1980-1981: National Science Foundation, Applied and Behavioral Sciences Research Initiation Ad Hoc Panel

1979-1986: Consulting Editor, The Review of Personality and Social Psychology

1986-1990: Associate Editor, The Review of Personality and Social Psychology

1987-present: Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality (Haworth Press)

1979-1982: Consulting Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition

1979-1982: Associate Editor, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

1978-1979: Associate (Action) Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

1977-1978: Consulting Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

1977-1979: Consulting Editor, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

1980: Co-Editor with Reuben M. Baron of special issue of Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin "Current Perspectives on the Nature of Social Knowing" (December, 1980, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp. 520-605)

1979-1982: Member, Publications Committee, Division 8, American Psychological Association (Chair of Committee, 1982)

1978-1981: Member, Review and Program Committee, Midwestern Psychological Association

1982-1986: Co-originator and series editor of Texas Tech University symposium on Interfaces in Psychology (first volume on proceedings by TTU Press in 1984)

1996-present: Consultant and Co-PI on psychology of loss issues to Fountain House, New York City, Dr. Catherine Macias PI, Prosocial Program for Adults with Serious Mental Illness, Funded by the MacArthur Foundation and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.

Committee Membership and Service

Psychology Department Admissions Committee, Vanderbilt University, 1972-1975, 1979

Chairperson, Minority Recruitment, Psychology Department, Vanderbilt University, 1972-1975

Executive Committee for assessment of progress of and determination of new directions in social psychology program, Ohio State University, 1975-1976,

Graduate/Professional Education Advisor to Minority Students, Vanderbilt University, 1977-1979

Faculty Senate, College of Arts & Sciences Representative, Vanderbilt University, 1979-1980

Graduate Studies Committee, Vanderbilt University, Department of Psychology, 1979-1980

External Examiner, dissertation on "Actor-observer differences in causal attribution and sanctioning behavior," University of Alberta, Summer, 1980

Graduate School Special Awards Committee (for Harold Vanderbilt scholarships and University Graduate Fellowships), Vanderbilt University, 1979-1981

Member of Special Recruiting Team, Vanderbilt University Graduate School, Fall 1980

College of Arts and Sciences Research Council, Texas Tech University, 1983-1984

Faculty Assembly, The University of Iowa, Fall 1987-1990

Public Policy Center, Advisory Committee, The University of Iowa, Fall 1987-1989

Iowa Endowment 2000 Faculty Committee, 1987-1990

Ad hoc Committee on Diversity at University of Iowa (helped develop and administer Ford Foundation Grant on enhancing diversity), 1990-1991

Mentor, Minority Student Program, University of Iowa, 1989-present

Special Task Force To Study Copryrights at U. Iowa, 1994-95

Internal Review Team, U. Iowa, Dpt. Speech Pathology and Audiology, 1994-95

Chair, Internal Review Team, U. Iowa Counseling Center, 1995-96

Chair, Committee D, University of Iowa Institutional Human Subjects Review Board, 1990-97

Grant Support

Vanderbilt University Research Council, 1973-1974. Principal Investigator, "Determinants and consequences of perceived choice."

National Institute of Mental Health, MH125736, 1974-1975. Principal Investigator, "Actor-observer differences in the attribution of causality," $10,000.

Vanderbilt University Research Council, 1976-1978. Professional development award for extension of research to encompass application of attribution theory to the study of naturalistic phenomena.

Spencer Foundation, 1977-1978. Principal Investigator, Exploratory work on a cognitive analysis of close relations: Developmental aspects. $5,000.

Vanderbilt University Research Council, March 23-26, 1977. Planner and Director, Heider conference at Vanderbilt in cognitive-social psychology.

National Science Foundation, BNS-7825112, 1979-1980. Principal Investigator, "Cognition, social behavior, and the environment," $30,000.

Vanderbilt University Research Council, 1979-1980. Planner and Director, conference on cognition, social behavior, and the environment, at Vanderbilt, May 1979.

National Science Foundation, BNS-813 6110, 1981-1982. Interdisciplinary conference series at Vanderbilt, "Boundary Areas of Psychology" (as Co-Principal Investigator with John Masters), $30,000.

National Institute of Mental Health (funded, Fall 1981 for 5 years). Research Service Award for social and developmental psychology training program (Initiator and senior Principal Investigator for this grant while still on Vanderbilt Faculty; subsequent PIs were John Masters, William P. Smith, and Barbara S. Wallston), $250,000.

Hogg Foundation, 1983-1984, Principal Investigator, "A longitudinal study of relationship change and development," $20,000.

Hogg Foundation, 1984-85. Principal Investigator, continuation award, "A longitudinal study of relationship change and development," $12, 000.

Hogg Foundation, 1985-86. Co-Investigator with James Maddux, "Attributions of causality, parent-child problems, and parent-child interaction training," $20,000.

University of Iowa, 1990-91. Interdisciplinary Research Assistant Award of $15,000, Co-Investigator with Steve Duck and Anita Vangelisti, Communication Studies, Mary Burgess, RA

University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Summer, 1990, $8,000 Visiting Erskine Fellowship Award for teaching and research

Nellie Ball Trust Research Fund, 1991-92, $12, 500, "Interpersonal Attributions of Paranoid Individuals," Co-PI with Nils Varney (administered by VAMC-Iowa City), Kelly Sorenson, RA

Continuation of Nellie Ball Trust Research Fund Award, 1992-93, $25,000, "Interpersonal Attributions of Paranoid Individuals," Co-PI with Nils Varney (administered by VAMC-IC), Kelly Sorenson, RA

Continuation of Nellie Ball Trust Research Fund Award, 1993-94, $14, 500, "Interpersonal Attributions of Paranoid Individuals," Co-PI with Nils Varney (administered by VAMC-IC), Kelley Fink, RA

National Science Foundation, Sept. 1993-Aug. 1995, $50,000, Principal Investigator "Social Psychological Reactions of Survivors of 1993 Midwest Flooding."

J. William Fulbright Research Award, for travel, housing, and research, 1998, $20,000, "Loss Experiences among Romanian Women at Midlife and Beyond"

Co-Investigator, NIMH, 2001-2004, $873,000, Applying Social Psychology to Services Research (PI Dr. Cathaleen Macias, Director of Research Fountain House, Harvard University).

Convention Presentations and Symposia

1972

Jellison, J. M., & Harvey, J. H. (1972, April). Some determinants of perceived choice. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Portland.

Harvey, J. H., & Kelley, H. H. (1972, September). Consistency of judgments and perceived judgmental competence. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Hawaii.

1973

Arkin, R. M., Gleason, J. M., Johnston, S., & Harvey, J. H. (1973, April). Differential causal attributions of actor and observer. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA.

Harris, B., & Harvey, J. H. (1973, May). Perceived choice as a function of valence of alternatives and difference in attractiveness of alternatives. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

1974

Arkin, R. M., Johnston, S., Gleason, J. M., & Harvey, J. H. (1974, April). Effects of perceived choice, expected outcome, and observed outcome of an action on the attribution of causality. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association, San Francisco.

De Mott, S., Murray, L., Yasuna, A., & Harvey, J. H. (1974, May). Effect of reaction to a communication upon attribution of freedom in adopting an attitudinal position. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

1975

Alvarez, M., Dingus, M., Godshalk, C., Symonds-Turbeville, L., & Harvey, J. H. (1975, March). Valence and number of options as determinants of perceived choice. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

1976

Invited Paper. (1976, May). Dispositional attributions: A manifestation of the principle of least effort? Presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Kagehiro, D., Harkins, S., Rich, M., & Harvey, J. H. (1976, May). Cognitive tuning and the attribution of causality. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

1977

Vance, T. A., & Harvey, J. H. (1977, May). Divergent perceptions of students and police. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Keithly, L., Harkins, S., Rich, M., & Harvey, J. H. (1977, May). Cognitive tuning, encoding, and the attribution of causality. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Wells, G. L., Petty, R. E., Harkins, S. G., Kagehiro, D., & Harvey, J. H. (1977, May). Anticipated discussion of interpretation eliminates actor-observer differences in the attribution of causality. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Harvey, J. H. (1977, September). Discussant for symposium, Subject versus stimulus sex differences in causal attributions. Symposium held at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco.

Weary, G., & Harvey, J. H. (1977, May). Effects of attributed freedom to seek therapy and severity of disturbance on perceived locus of problem. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Hollywood, FL.

Alvarez, M. D., & Harvey, J. H. (1977, May). Actor-observer differences in the attribution of causality among children. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Hollywood, FL.

Ickes, W. J., & Harvey, J. H. (1977, June). Fritz Heider: A biographical sketch. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Boulder, CO.

1978

Harvey, J. H., Breslauer, H. S., Greene, J. A., Lightner, J. M., Roland, F. P., & Smith, K. (1978, April). The role of memory set and seriousness of outcome in interpretation and recall of interpersonal events. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

Lightner, J. M., Hansen, D. J., Kolditz, T. A., Strange, A. L., Yarkin, K. L., & Harvey, J. H. (1978, April). Interpretation and recall of interpersonal events: Effects of observational set, sex of subject, and seriousness of outcome. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

Harvey, J. H., Lightner, J. M., Yarkin, K. L., Strange, A. L., Hansen, D. J., & Breslauer, H. S. (1978, May). Studies of interpretation and recall of interpersonal events. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Harvey, J. H. (1978, April). Discussant for symposium on Attribution. National conference for graduate students in social psychology. George Peabody College.

Harvey, J. H. (1978, September). Moderator-discussant for symposium, Attribution of responsibility. Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto.

1979

Weary, G., Harvey, J. H., Perloff, R., Schwieger, P. K., & Olson, C. T. (1979, May). Effects of performance outcome, anticipated future performance and publicity of interpretive activity on causal attributions. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Harvey, J. H. (1979, May). Moderator for invited presentation by Robert S. Wyer, The nature and uses of schemata about persons. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Harvey, J. H. (1979, September). Moderator for APA Board of Convention Affairs debate, Introspective access to higher order cognitive processes: Do we tell more than we know? Meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York.

Harvey, J. H. (1979, September). Co-host with David Kanouse, Harole Kelley, & Bernard Weiner for poster session, Attribution and social cognition. Meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York.

Harvey, J. H., Yarkin, K., & Town, J. (1979, October). Unsolicited attribution. Paper pesented at the meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Clemson University.

1980

Harvey, J. H. (1980, March). Discussant for symposium on The development and termination of friendships. Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Washington.

Yarkin, K. L., & Harvey, J. H. (1980, March). Unsolicited interpretation and recall of interpersonal events: The effects of locus of administration of set and time of measurement. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Washington.

Harvey, J. H. (1980, March). Host for session on Social psychology. Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Washington.

Yarkin, K. L., & Harvey, J. H. (1980, May). Cognitive sets, attribution, and overt behavior. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, St. Louis.

Town, J. P., Yarkin, K. L., & Harvey, J. H. (1980, May). How fundamental is the fundamental attribution error? Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, St. Louis.

Weary, G., Harvey, J. H., Olson, C. T., Perloff, R., Schwieger, P., & Pritchard, S. (1980, May). Self-serving attributional biases: Concern over public defensibility of causal judgments. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, St. Louis.

Harvey, J. H. (1980, May). Moderator for invited presentation by Jack Brehm. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, St. Louis.

Harvey, J. H. (1980, September). Chairperson for symposium, Social psychophysiology. Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Montreal.

Harvey, J. H. (1980, September). Organizer and moderator of symposium, Attribution theory and research in the 1980s: Issues and directions. Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Montreal.

Harvey, J. H. (1980, October). Attribution and social interaction. Paper presented at the meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, University of South Carolina.

Harvey, J. H. (1980, October). Participant in symposium on Graduate education in social psychology. Meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, University of South Carolina.

1981

Invited Address. (1981). The development of a science of close relationships. Presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

Yarkin, K. L., Stewart, B. E., & Harvey, J. H. (1981, May). The effects of cognitive set and anticipated interaction on behavior and attribution. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit.

Stewart, B. E., Yarkin, K. L., Dyer, D., & Harvey, J. H. (1981, May). Cognitive sets, anticipated future interaction, attribution, and behavior. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit.

Harvey, J. H., Yarkin, K. L., Stewart, B. B., Meyerowitz, B. E., Burish, T., & Jackson, L. (1981). Psychological stress associated with oncology and cardiac nursing. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

Harvey, J. H. (1981). Moderator for symposium on Social attribution. Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

Town, J. P., & Harvey, J. H. (1981). Self-disclosure, attribution, and overt behavior. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Atlanta.

Harvey, J. H. (1981, May). Participant in symposium, Undergraduate education and preparation for graduate school: Graduate school selection procedures. Presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Detroit.

Harvey, J. H. (1981, August). Participant in symposium, Making APA work for you. Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

Harvey, J. H. (1981, August). Participant in symposium, Applying to graduate school in psychology: The student's perspective. Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

Harvey, J. H. (1981, August). Chair of symposium, The "pipeline" in psychology: Training, production, and employment of psychologists. Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

Harvey, J. H. (1981). Chair of symposium, New perspectives on attribution theory. Presented at the meeting of the Society of Experimental Social Psychologists, Nashville.

1982

Invited Address. (1982). Contemporary issues in graduate education in psychology. Presented to Psi Chi session at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Dallas.

Meyerowitz, B. E., Yarkin, K. L., Stewart, B. E., & Harvey, J. H. (1982). How do we act toward cancer patients? A study of behavioral responses in social settings. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans.

Yarkin, K. L., Burney, E., Guise, B., Peterman, S., Stewart, P. E., & Harvey, J. H. (1982, August). Anticipated interaction, attribution, and social interaction. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

1983

Invited Address. (1983, April). The interface of social and clinical psychology. Presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio.

Harvey, J. H. (1983, April). Chair of symposium on Attitude research. Presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio.

Harvey, J. H., Sorrels, P., Galvin, K. S., Henderson, J., Kelley, J., & Howell, K. (1983, April). Attributional convergence and divergence in marriage. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio.

Harvey, J. H. (1983, April). Discussant in symposium, Implications of social psychological theory and research for psychotherapy and counseling. Presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio.

Harvey, J. H., Julsonnet, S. K., Crowell, S. D., Wilkins, D. C., & Turner, J. (1983, April). Cognitive sets, social influence, and social interaction. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio.

Sorrels, P., Harvey, J. H., Galvin, K. S., Henderson, J., Kelley, J., & Howell, K. (1983, April). Close relationships as affected by initiation, continuance, and dissolution of personal close relationships (marriage). Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Social Science Association, Albuquerque.

Harvey, J. H., Huszti, H. C., Garnick, N. N., & Julsonnet, S. K. (1983, May). Observers' attributions of actors' commitment to a close relationship. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Harvey, J. H., Sorrels, P., Galvin, K. S., Henderson, J., Kelley, J., & Howell, K. (1983, May). The communication of accounts in failing relationships. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Dallas.

1984

Galvin, K., Julsonnet, S., Stites, B., Morgan, M., Wergin, M., & Harvey, J. (1984, April). The roles of stigma set and physical attractiveness in influencing social interaction. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans.

Sorrels, P., Harvey, J., Wilson, D., Galvin, K., Contreras, R., Henderson, J., & Howell, K. (1984, April). Transition in close relationships. Paper presented at the meeting of the Texas Council of Family Relations, Abilene.

Harvey, J. H. (1984, November). Discussant for Clinical applications of attribution theory. Meeting of the American Association of Behavior Therapy, Philadelphia.

Harvey, J. H. (1984, October). Discussant for Interpersonal relations. Meeting of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Salt Lake City.

1985

Harvey, J. H. (1985, April). Co-moderator-discussant with Susan Hendrick for panel session Integrations of social and clinical counseling psychology. Meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin.

Invited Address. (1985, February). Vivid memories of vivid loves gone by. Presented at the University of Texas-Arlington symposium Emphasizing the social in social cognition, Arlington, TX. Also presented to NIMH Small Grants Panel as colloquium, March, 1985.

Terrell, K. L., Flanary, R., Galvin, K. S., Contreras-Ramos, R., & Harvey, J. H. (1985, April). Transitions and cycles in marriage. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin.

Flanary, R. B., Morgan, M. L., & Harvey, J., H. (1985, April). Memories for past close relationships. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin.

Ichtertz, M. K., Terrell, K. L., & Harvey, J. H. (1985, April). Plans and expectations for close relations. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin.

Harvey, J. H. (1985, April). Chair, Social psychology session. Meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin.

Invited Address. (1985, April). Attributions in relationships: Research and theoretical developments. Presented at Attribution-Personality Conference, California School of Professional Psychology, Los Angeles.

Bratt, A., Lennox, R., Harvey, J. H. (1985, April). Social-clinical counseling: Hopes for a blended field and problems lying ahead. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Austin.

Invited Paper. (1985, August). Social psychological theory and research: A foundation for the study of the family? Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles.

Invited Address. (1985, November). Developments at the interface of social-clinical-counseling psychology. Presented at the meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Birmingham, AL.

1986

Harvey, J. H. (1986, January). Social psychology in the year 2000. S.M.U. conference in social psychology, Dallas.

Harvey, J. H. (1986, April). Discussant for symposium, Application of social psychological principles to clinical and counseling psychology. Presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Ft. Worth.

Ichtertz, M. K., & Harvey, J. H. (1986, April). A proposal for an integrated doctoral training in counseling and social psychology. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Ft. Worth.

Noack, T. D., Paschall, P., Jackson, R., Wingot, T. J., & Harvey, J. H. (1986, April). The role of past close relationships in affecting present relationships. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, Ft. Worth.

Invited Paper. (1986, May). From attributional accounts to vivid memories. Presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

Harvey, J. H. (1986, August). Host, Social cognition and perception session. Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Harvey, J. H. (1986, August). Discussant for symposium, Social psychological implications for counseling psychology: Future. Presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

1987

Invited Paper. (1987, February). What's new in social psychology. Meeting of the Council of Graduate Departments of Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Harvey, J. H. (1987, April). Discussant for symposium on Interface of social and clinical psychology. Meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.

Invited Address. (1987, August). People's naive understandings of their close relationships: Attributional and personal construct perspectives. Seventh International Congress on Personal Construct Psychology. Memphis, TN.

Harvey, J. H. (1987, August). Chair and organizer of symposium, Fritz Heider's contributions to psychology. Meeting of the American Psychological Association. New York, NY.

1988

Johnson, E., Chatlosh, D., Wegener, T., & Harvey, J. H. (1988, April). Vivid memories of past loves among college dating couples. Presented at the meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Tulsa, OK.

Agostinelli, G., & Harvey, J. H. (1988, April). Vietnam veterans' reactions to the movie "Platoon." Presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.

Invited Keynote Address. (1988, September). Meeting of the Dutch Association for Social Psychology, Katholieke Universiteit, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

1989

Crawford, A., Klaaren, K., Mull, C., Anthony, T., Turnquist, D., Agostinelli, G., & Harvey, J. (1989, May). Studies of mood and vivid memories for past loves. Presented at meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL.

Harvey, J. H. (1989, August). Discussant for symposium on Factors moderating the relationship between cognitions and affective disorders. Meeting of the American Psychological Association. New Orleans, La.

1990

Anthony, T.L. & Harvey, J.H. (1990, May). Perceptions of flirting. Presented at the Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, IL.

Weber, A.L., Orbuch, T.L., & Harvey, J.H. (1990, July). Symposium organizers, Attributions, accounts, and close relationships. International Conference on Personal Relationships, Oxford, England.

Weber, A.L., & Harvey, J.H. (1990, August). Symposium organizers, Attributions, accounts, and distressed relationships. Meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston.

Harvey, J.H., Fink, K., & Orbuch, T.L. (1990, August). Behavioral reactions to accounts. Presented at the Meeting of the New Zealand Psychological Society, Christchurch.

Invited Keynote Address (1990, August), Meeting of the New Zealand Psychological Society, Christchurch, The social psychology of account-making: Meaning, hope, and generativity.

1991

Invited Paper (1991, May) with T.L. Orbuch, Coping with sexual assault: Account-making and confiding. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, Il.

Invited Keynote Address (1991, May), Meeting of the Iowa-International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships, Normal, Ill., House of pain and hope: Accounts of loss.

1992

Discussant at Symposium (May, 1992) "Understanding couple interaction: Issues at the social-clinical interface," Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.

1993

Organizer and Discussant (Aug., 1993) "Coping with major stressors and trauma," Symposium accepted for Division 38 (Health), American Psychological Association, Toronto.

Harvey, J.H., Orbuch, T.L., & Weber, A.L. (Aug. 1993) Restoring identity and control by account-making after major trauma. Paper presented as part of APA-Toronto Symposium "Narrative Self-Interpretation."

1994

Carlson, H., Barnes, M., Haig, & Harvey, J.H. (May, 1994). Coping with grief by bereaved persons at different ages. Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association.

1995

Olsen, N., Stein, S.K., Roberts, R.J., Lutgendorf, S., Ho, J., & Harvey, J.H. Social psychological reactions of survivors of 1993 Midwest floods. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 1995.

Sylverson, M., Sloan, M., & Harvey, J.H. Machiavellianism and interpersonal behavior. Paper presented at the meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago, May 1995.

Stein, S.K., Olsen, N., Roberts, R., Hill, R., Lutgendorf, S., Ho, J., & Harvey, J. The roles of family and communal support, account-making, and confiding in people's reactions to a natural disaster. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Network on Personal Relationships, Williamsburg, Va., June, 1995.

Harvey, J.H. Why we must develop and tell our accounts of loss. Invited paper presented at the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, U. British Columbia, July, 1995.

1996

Harvey, J.H., Omarzu, J., & Uematsu, M. Self-disclosure and minding in close relationships. International Socieity for the Study of Personal Relationships, Banff, Canada, August, 1996.

1997

Harvey, J.H. Minding the close relationship. Invited paper Meeting of Social Psychologists in Texas, Lubbock, Jan. 1997.

Harvey,J.H., Trevino, E., Omarzu, J., Clutts, J., & Busch, C. Minding and close relationship satisfaction. International Network of Personal Relationships Meeting, Oxford, OH, June, 1997.

Harvey, J.H., Miller, E., & Omarzu, J. Developers, chairs, and commentators for symposium Toward a social psychology of loss. APA Meeting, Chicago, August, 1997.

Omarzu, J., Harvey, J.H., & Chavis, A. To tell or not to tell. Paper presented at Midwestern Psychological Association, May 1997.

1998

Chavis, A., Harvey, J., Omarzu, J. Evidence on minding the close relationship. Paper presented at International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships, Saratoga Springs, NY, June.

Hansen, A., & Harvey, J. Relationship loss and the pursuit of closeness: A study of people in their golden years. Paper presented at International Society f or the Study of Personal Relationships, Saratoga Springs, NY, June.

Harvey, J. Recent developments in close relationships theory and research. Invited talk. American Psychological Association Meeting, San Francisco, August, 1998.

1999

Harvey, J.H. (March, 1999). Invited Talk, Developments in close relationships. Iowa Psychological Association, Des Moines.

Omarzu, J., Whalen, J., Schulte, W., & Harvey, J. Willingness to disclose about past relationships. Midwestern Psychological Association Meeting, Chicago, May, 1999.

2000

Invited talk at symposium on loss and trauma at American Psychological Society, Miami, June, 2000. Coping with loss as a lens to a positive psychology.

2001

Harvey, J., Pauwels, B., Walker, S., & Mason, K. Perceptions of cumulative loss. Social Psychology and Personality Society Meeting, San Antonio, February.

2002

Harvey, J.H. Discussant Social Support in Couples, Symposium, American Psychological Association Meeting, Chicago.

2003

Keynote Address 25th Annual National Institute on the Teaching of Psychology, January, St. Petersburg, FL, “Love and sex in the 21st Century

Colloquium Presentations and Participation in Conferences

Northern Illinois University, 1971, Determinants of perceived choice.

Northeastern University, 1972, Self-attributed competence.

Oklahoma State University, 1972, Determinants of perceived choice.

Vanderbilt University, 1972, Self-attributed competence.

Franklin and Marshall College, 1973, Self-attributed competence.

Michigan State University, 1973, Motivational influences and self-attributed freedom.

University of Virginia, 1974, Actor-observer differences in perceived responsibility and freedom.

New York University, 1975, Divergent perceptions processes.

Ohio State University, 1975, Divergent perceptions processes.

University of Dayton, 1976, Actor-observer differences in the attribution of causality.

University of Louisville, 1976, Cognitive tuning and the attribution of causality.

State University of New York at Albany, 1976, Cognitive tuning and the attribution of causality.

Virginia Polytechnic University, 1978, Perceived freedom as a central concept in psychological theory and research. (Army Research Institute-funded conference on choice and perceived control.)

University of California, Los Angeles, 1978, The psychology of close relationships. (NSF-funded workshop on close relationships, continued, University of Massachusetts, 1979, University of California, Los Angeles, 1980.)

University of Alberta, 1980, Attribution and social interaction.

University of Maryland, 1981, Attribution and social interaction.

Texas Tech University, 1981, Attribution and social interaction.

Miami University (Ohio), 1981, Attribution and social interaction.

College of William & Mary, 1981, Graduate and Professional Training in Psychology.

Randolph-Macon Women's College, 1981, Attribution and social interaction.

Wayland Baptist College, 1981, Developments in the American Psychological Association.

University of Arkansas (Tenth Annual National Graduate Students Conference in Social Psychology), 1982, invited address, Issues facing contemporary graduate education in social psychology.

University of Wisconsin, International Conference on Close Relationships, 1982, invited address, Attribution and the termination of close relationships.

University of Texas, El Paso, 1982, Attribution and social interaction.

Texas A & M University, 1983, Attribution and social interaction.

University of Tulsa, 1984, Basic issues in attribution theory and research.

Fort Hays State University, 1984, Applications of social psychology to clinical issues.

University of Houston, 1984, Lectures to introductory psychology classes on Preparation for issues and predictable events in the course of close relationships.

Pan American University, 1985, Psychology's neglected focus on close relationships.

University of Alabama at Birmingham, 1985, The maturing of the social-clinical-counseling psychology interface.

University of Iowa, 1985, Attribution matters.

University of Missouri, Columbia, 1986, Attribution matters.

University of Minnesota (Social Psychology Forum), 1987, Vietnam veterans' reactions to the movie "Platoon."

University of Iowa, Department of Communication Studies, 1988, The psychology of account-making.

Cedar Rapids Iowa Vietnam Veterans Day Symposium on The Enduring Effects of Nam, November 10, 1989

Iowa City West High School, Social Studies Classes, Date Rape, February, 1990; and on death and grief processes, March, 1990

University of Iowa, Department of Psychology, 1990, Odyssey from attribitions to accounts. "Professor of Year Speech to Psi Chi and Psychology Student Association.

University of Canterbury, New Zealand, Department of Psychology, August, 1990, The social psychology of account-making.

Drake University, Department of Psychology, March, 1991, House of Pain and hope: Accounts of loss.

University of Washington, Seattle, Social Psychology Colloquium, Oct. 1991, Coping with sexual trauma: Account-making and confiding.

Wapello High School, "Careers in Psychology," Oct., 1992

Iowa City St. Mary's Divorce & Death Support Group, "Issues in Divorcing," Nov. 1992

Iowa City-Cedar Rapids Women in Communications, Feb., 1993, "The female-male dialogue in the '90s"

University of Missouri, Columbia, Social Psychology Meeting, April, 1994, Odyssey from attributions to accounts.

University of Kansas, Social Psychology Meeting, April, 1996, Self-disclosure and minding in close relationships.

University of Warsaw, Poland, April 1998, Psychology of loss (part of Fulbright Research Scholarship work).

UI Children's Hospital and Mercy Hospital Grief Support Groups for Parents, presentations to each group, F98.

UI Research Club, Psychology of loss (based on Fulbright research in Romania), F98.

Invited Grand Rounds, Psychology of loss, Regions Hospital, Dpt. Psychiatry, St. Paul, MN, April, 19, 1999.

Invited keynote speaker symposium, Psychology of loss--missing person, Indiana University, Bloomington, July, 2000; in connection with adduction of coed Jill Behrman in May 2000.

Shippensburg State University (PA), Psychology of Loss, Oct. 2000.

University of North Dakota, March 2001

Partnership Civic Organization, Clinton, Iowa, May 2001, Children of Divorce; November 2001, Story-telling and dealing with loss

Radio/Television/Newspaper Presentations Regarding Research & Writing

1975, Miami, FLA. Radio re attribution & health

1978, Nashville, TN Television re helping behavior & urban crime

1984, McAllen, TX Television re Determinants of close relationships

1989, Cedar Rapids, IA Television re Social psychological aspects of veterans' response to "Platoon"

1985, Lubbock, TX Television re Factors involved in relationship break-ups

1993, Iowa City, IA Newspaper re Coping with loss

1994, Des Moines, Waterloo, Council Bluffs, E. Dubuque Radio & Cedar Rapids, Iowa City Newspapers U. Iowa Liberal Arts Newsletter re Psychological aspects of 1993 floods

1994, Cleveland, St. Louis Radio & Television & Red Wing, MN, Rutgers University re Close relationship issues (as discussed in book Odyssey of the Heart. . .)

1995, Des Moines Register Valentine's Day interview re relationships

1995, WHO TV Des Moines, afternoon show re discussion of relationships issues

1995, WHO Radio Des Moines, Jan Michelson morning talk show re relationships

1995, KGAN, Cedar Rapids, noon news re relationships

1995, KCCK FM, Cedar Rapids, hour current affairs show re relationships

1995, KCRD, Chicago, talk show re close relationships

Ph.D. Advisees at Vanderbilt

Ben Harris, Ph.D. (now full professor at University of Wisconsin-Parkside)

Sandra DeMott, Ph.D. (now at Clarksville, TN, Mental Health Center)

Gifford Weary, Ph.D. (now full Professor at Department of Psychology, Ohio State University)

C. Mary Dingus, Ph.D. (now Chief Psychologist at VA Medical Center, Seattle and Lecturer at Department of Psychiatry, University of Washington)

Kerry L. Yarkin-Levin, Ph.D. (now senior researcher at Westat Corporation, Washington, DC)

Ph.D. Advisees at Texas Tech

Kathryn S. Galvin, M.A., Ph.D. (now on senior staff at Texas A & M Counseling Center)

Susan Bennett, M.A., Ph.D. (now therapist-teacher at Salem, OR, State Psychiatric Hospital)

Vikki Walden, Ph.D. (now Coordinator of Child and Adolescent Services for Sumner County Guidance Center, Hendersonville, TN)

Richard Lennox, M.A., Ph.D. (now senior researcher, Medical Sciences Center, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

M.A. Advisees at Vanderbilt & Texas Tech

Nancy Federoff, M.A.

Marlene Alvarez, M.A.

Jeraldine Town (now Ph.D., U. Tennessee, 1982)

Josephine E. Imbimbo, M.A. ( Ph.D. in environmental psychology, City University of New York, 1995)

Ph. D. Advisees at Iowa

Barbara Hutchins, Ph.D advisee, defended dissertation, November, 1990 (co-chair with Prof. Robert Baron); (presently computer consutltant & data analyst, Minneapolis, MN)

Kelly Fink, 91-93, RA Ball Research Grant, MA 94, (Grant Writer, UNI & public school teacher)

Nils Olsen, RA, 1993-94 (RA, NSF Social Psychological Effects--Midwest Flooding Study) MA, 1994, Ph.D. social psychology & organizational behavior, 2000, UNC-Chapel Hill

Eric Miller Ph.D., 1999 (now assistant professor, Kent State University, E. Liverpool, OH)

Julia Omarzu, Ph.D., 1999 (now assistant professor, Southwestern Community College, Creston, IA)

Brian Pauwels (4rd year)

Sharron Walker (4th year, co-advisor with Elizabeth Altmeir)

Mahesh Manon (1st year)

Honors and University Scholar Advisees and Postdoctoral Collaborators at Iowa

Eric Johnson, Undergraduate Scholar, 1986-88, Vivid memories of past loves among college dating couples (presented at SWPA, 1988) (J.D., University of Iowa,1991)

Gina Agostinelli (Ph.D., Indiana University), Postdoctoral Associate, 1986-88 (Alcohol Research Institute, U. California, Berkeley)

Terri Orbuch (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin), Postdoctoral Associate and Visiting Faculty Member, 1988-90 (Professor of Sociology, Oakland University)

Susan Lutgendorf (Ph.D., University of Miami), Postdoctoral Fellow, UI NRSA Aging Grant, co-sponsor with Toni Tripp-Reimer and David Lubaroff, 1994-1995 (now Assistant Professor of Psychology, U. Iowa)

Rene' Martin (Ph.D., University of Iowa), Postdoctoral Fellow, UI NRSA Aging Grant, co-sponsor with Toni Tripp-Reimer, 1996-

Mark Harvey (B.S., May 1988), Honors Thesis, Attribution of responsibility for airline tragedies ( Ph.D., Colorado State University, 1995), Assistant Professor of Psychology, U. North Carolina at Ashville

Katherine Gannon (B.S., May 1988), Honors Thesis, Perceived vulnerability to personal tragedy (Ohio State University, Fall, 1989; PhD, 1995, F95 Assistant Professor of Psychology, Texas Tech University)

Angie Crawford (B.S., August, 1989), Honors Thesis, Mood and vivid memories of pleasant and unpleasant events and past love" (Ph.D., Fall, 1996, Clinical Psychology, Auburn University

Margaret Struchen (B.S., May, 1989), Honors Thesis, Self-esteem and physical attractiveness as determinants of liking , PhD. in Neuropsychology, University of Houston, 1997

Tara Anthony (B.S., December, 1989), Honors Thesis, Perceptions of flirting (presented at MPA, 1990; Fall, 1990, M.A., Syracuse University in social psychology)

Shauna Russell, Undergraduate Scholar, 1988-91 (U. Iowa Law School, J.D., 1994)

Kelly Fink, Undergraduate Scholar, 1988-91 (UI Clinical-Social Psychology Program, F91)

Claudia Kuhenbecker, Exchange Student Scholar, University of Bielefeld, W. Germany, Fall, 1989

Jill Ziegler, (B.S., May, 1991),Honors Thesis, 1991, Attitudes about date rape and self-presentation of sexuality (M.A, social psychology, Drake University, 1994; now in PhD Program in Counseling Psychology, Purdue University)

Dan Harkness, (B.S., May, 1991), Coping with break-ups, (M.A. family studies, Northern Illinois University; Ph.D. Marriage and Family Studies, Iowa State, 2000 (now therapist, Lutheran Hospital Des Moines)

Anja de Boer, Exchange Student Scholar, University of Groningen, Netherlands, beginning Jan., 1992.

Jill Conkling, (B.S., Dec., 1992), Honors Thesis, 1992, Another look at Jealousy in close relationships, Fall, 1993, doctoral student, Marriage and Family Studies, Kansas State University

Heather Carlson, (B.S., May 1993), Relativity of griefwork, MA counseling psychology, 1995, Loyola University of Chicago, F97, Ph.D. Program Counseling Psychology, Loyola University & Student Services Dean, Robert Morris College.

Jackie Cooper, (B.S., Aug., 1993), Honors Thesis, 1993, Exploring grief from the perspective of a public tradegy.

Marnie Sloan, (B.S., May, 1994), Honors Thesis,Machiavellianism and Social Behavior. F95 MA program in counseling psychology, U. Colorado, Denver.

Matt Sylverson, (B.S., Dec., 1994), Honors Thesis,Machiavellianism and Social Behavior

Shelly Stein, University Scholar (1993-95), B.S. F94, MA in Social-Counseling Psychology, S97, Ball State University.

Melissa Siekierski, BS 1995 & Honors Thesis, MA I/O Psychology 1997, Columbia University

Shelly Hayward, honors thesis May 1996, Infidelity in close relationships (now MA family studies program, Northern Illinois University)

Elizabeth Anne Trevino, May 1997, Minding and Relationship Satisfaction (now Law Student, SMU)

Andrea Harmon, May 1997, Minding and diary methods (now Law Student, Northwestern)

Shoshanah Maduff, Honors Thesis, May, 1997, One survivor's story of PTSD (now MA Student UC -Denver)

Alexis Chavis, Ongoing Honors Work, May, 1998 Minding the close relationship

Andrea Hansen, 1998, "Close relationships and dating in the golden years"(now in Social Work-Psychology, U. Michigan)

Darby Carley, 1998, "Impact of Memories of Past Relationships on Present Relationships"; now in Kent Law School, Chicago

Carrie Barnes,(finished 1999) 2000, "Comparison of Grief Experiences of World War II and Vietnam Combat Veterans"

Erin Munn, 1999, Impact of Parents' Divorce on Children's Dating Experiences

Kenneth Valley, 1999, Relationship between Affairs in Parents' Break-up and Affairs by Children in Their Dating History

Alison Oliver, 1999, Perpetrator and Alleged Victim Interpretation in Date Rape

Sarah Hinkley (two career family dynamics, May 2000, Loyola U. Social Work for F2000; Corie Peterson, 2000 sexual attitudes; Claire Thomas, 2000, sexual stereotyping scale.

2000: Joe Dilley (determinants of covenant marriage) now in doctoral program UI Counseling; Sara Lemker (Attribution-Behavior Links in reaction to Date Rape Victim),; Karen Lauer, now in M FT Program Northern Illinois University (relationship dynamics in marriages of 20th Century American presidents), Devon McDonald (loss issues and personality in eating disorders), Michael Dayton (Violence in America)

2001-2002: Nadia Sabbah, Close relationships and sexuality, Kelly Koepke, Missing children: Psychological impacts on families, graduated 12-01

2002: Lashelle Christensen, Loss issues associated with aging

Sarah Hinkley (two career family dynamics, May 2000, Loyola U. Social Work for F2000; Corie Peterson, 2000 sexual attitudes; Claire Thomas, 2000, sexual stereotyping scale.

2000 ongoing honors work: Joe Dilley (determinants of covenant marriage),
Sara Lemker (Attribution-Behavior Links in reaction to Date Rape Victim), Karen Lauer (relationship dynamics in marriages of 20th Century American presidents), Devon McDonald (loss issues and personality in eating disorders), Michael Dayton (Violence in America)

Student Committee Work at UI:

27 MA & PhD committees, Dpt. Psychology
16 Comp & PhD committees, Counseling Psychology
7 Comp & PhD committees, School Psychology
7 Comp & PhD committees, Counselor Education--Marriage & Family
10 Comp & PhD committees, Communication Studies
1 PhD committee, College of Nursing
1 PhD committee Dpt. Political Science
3 PhD Committee, Sport Psychology

References

Dr. Ellen Berscheid, Regents Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota

Dr. Clyde Hendrick, Horn Professor of Psychology , Texas Tech University

Dr. Jerald Jellison, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Southern California

Dr. C. R. Snyder, Professor and Director of Clinical Training Program, Department of Psychology, University of Kansas

1994 Principal Research/Writing Foci

Close Relationships, Personal and Interpersonal Loss (e.g., aging, stigmatization, war & violence, relationship dissolution)

Courses Taught at U. Iowa, 1986-present

31: 015 Introductory social psychology, N=300-500, 9 times
31: 140 Psychology of interpersonal relations, N=80-130, 29 times
31: 121 Experimental psychology: Social methods, N=20 (co-taught with Dr. Terri Orbuch)
31: 180 Special Topics: Social-clinical psychology interface, N=18, 1 time
31: 203 Seminar in social perception and attribution, N=17-24, 7 times
31: 208 Psychology of close relationships, N=18-25, 14 times
31: 180 Psychology of personal & interpersonal loss, N=53, 1 time
31: 141 Psychology of Loss and Trauma, first formal F96 N=160+, 20 times
143: 060 Honors Seminar in Close Relationships, 1 time