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Assistant Professor, Psychology
Ph.D., Psychology, University of Minnesota, 2006
Concentrations: Psychology, Community Psychology
Dissertation: A Study of Learning Disabled Children in a Low Income Community
M.A., Psychology, University at Albany, 2003
Concentrations: Psychology, Special Education
Thesis: Communication Skills of Learning Disabled Children
B.A, Psychology, California State University, Long Beach, CA, 2000
Instructor, 2004 - 2006
University of Minnesota
Course: Psychology in the Classroom
Teaching Assistant, 2002 - 2003
University at Albany
Courses: Special Education, Learning Disabilities
Extensive knowledge of SPSSX and SAS statistical programs.
Smith John (2006). The behavior of learning disabled adolescents in the classrooms. Paper presented at the Psychology Conference at the University of Minnesota.
Smith, John (2005). The behavior of learning disabled adolescents in the classroom. Journal of Educational Psychology, 120 - 125.
Grants and Fellowships:
· RDB Grant (University of Minnesota Research Grant, 2005), $2000
· Workshop Grant (for ASPA meeting in New York, 2004), $1500
Awards and Honors:
· Treldar Scholar, 2005
· Academic Excellent Award, 2003
Skills and Qualifications:
· Microsoft Office, Internet
· Programming ability in C++ and PHP
· Fluent in German, French and Spanish
Excellent references available upon request.