I performed basic data entry and ran SPSS-X programs for manova, correlation, and reliability. For two to three hours a day, over an eight week period, my research experience involved discussions on issues of psychometrics as well as learning how to transcribe and run several programs used in factor analysis. Through this experience I have also become familiar with the process of research revision and publication. In fact, I will be listed as a co-author upon publication of this work. Currently, I am involved in an independent research project investigating sex-role stereotyping in college classrooms.
For this work he obtained, in 1931, his Ph.D. degree. In 1931 he was awarded a National Research Council Fellowship at the California Institute of Technology at Pasadena, where he remained from 1931 until 1936. During this period he continued his work on Indian corn and began, in collaboration with Professors Th. Dobzhansky, S. Emerson, and A.H. Sturtevant, work on crossing-over in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. In 1935 Beadle visited Paris for six months to work with Professor Boris Ephrussi at the Institut de Biologie physico-chimique.
He was born on January 9,1913. His parents worked in the lemon ranch in Yorba Linda, California. He was the second of five brothers. Because of his brothers’ deaths and financial hardships, his childhood was not comfortable at all. He and his family moved to Whittier, California, where his families settled in for long time after his ranch failed.
James Arlington Wright is widely recognized as one of America's finest contemporary poets. He was born in December 13, 1927 in Martins Ferry, Ohio. He was the second of three sons; Ted, James and Jack. His Father, Dudley, was a die-cutter at Hazel-Atlas Glass in Wheeling a neighboring town in Virginia where his mother, Jessie, worked at the White Swan Laundry. Both had to quit school in early teens to work.
In 1950, he entered graduate studies at Ohio State University and then moved west to the University of Southern California, for his masters and doctor of philosophy degrees. Dr. Boyer completed a post¬doctoral fellowship in medical audiology at the University of Iowa Hospital, and then continued his formal studies as a Distinguished Fulbright Scholar in India and Chile and as a Visiting Fellow at Cambridge University (The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, 1996). Dr. Boyer taught and served in administrative posts at Loyola University in Los Angeles, Upland College and the University of California at Santa Barbara. At Upland College, he introduced a program that would give students a period in which they would not attend class during the mid-year term, but instead work on individual projects. It was at Upland that he decided to devote his career to educational administration.
He immediately proceeded to the University of California, Los Angeles, and earned in Master’s Degree the following year. And finally in 1971, Stanley Sue earned his Doctorate of Philosophy in 1971. Dr. Sue, shortly after getting his doctorate, began work as an Assistant and Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington. After 10 years at the University of Washington, Dr. Sue became a professor of psychology at the University of California in Los Angeles. Then in 1996, Dr. Sue moved to the University of California, Davis, and became a professor of Psychology, Psychiatry, and Asian American Studies Program.
Then we will finally look at it in the aspect of how it is used in criminology. The Social Learning Theory was developed by Julian B. Rotter. Julian was born in October, in 1916 and died this month at the age of 97. Rotter attended Brooklyn College and attended seminars and meetings taught by Adler on the topic of Society of Individual Psychology. He furthered his education at the University of Iowa and minored in speech pathology.
Once back in the United States, Venturi taught at Pennesylvania University from 1954-1965. He started as Kahn’s teaching assistant and eventually made his way to Associated Professor. It was here that Venturi met fellow professor and architect Denise Scott Brown, who would later become his wife on July 23, 1967. Venturi initially created the Venturi and Short Firm, while working with William Short in 1960. But overtime, the firm became Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, or VSBA.
He joined the Army during World War II, and after he returned from war, he attended Antioch College at Antioch. While he was in school, he fell under the influence of his mentor, who was Antioch College President Douglas McGregor, also known as the founder of the School of Industrial Psychology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Dr. Lazarus received hi master’s degree in experimental psychology, and later received his Ph. D. in clinical psychology. After college Dr. Lazarus went into private practice in Johannesburg. Later he held many teaching positions at several colleges’ and university. While Dr. Lazarus was still in graduate school he published a paper in the South African Medical Journal that described a new form of psychotherapy in behavior therapy.