Dr. Jensen Wins Corson Award for Distinguished Teaching of Freshmen
Colleagues and students alike find Dr. Scott Jensen intelligent, supportive and approachable. So it is no surprise that he was selected for the Corson Award, which is given each year to one faculty member in the College of the Pacific who has distinguished himself or herself in the teaching of freshmen students.
Dr. Jensen Articles Accepted for Publication
Dr. Jensen had his article "Increases in Parent Attendance to Behavioral Parent Training Due to Concurrent Child Treatment Groups" accepted for publication in Child and Youth Care Forum. His article "In-class vs. online video lectures: Similar outcomes, but preference for In-class, and the pitfalls of having a choice" was accepted for publication in the Teaching of Psychology Journal.
Dr. Normand Named to Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies Advisory Board
Dr. Matthew Normand was named to the advisory board of the Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies. Located in Cambridge, MA, the mission of the Cambridge Center is to advance the scientific study of behavior and its humane application to the solution of practical problems, including the prevention and relief of human suffering. He was also named an associate editor of the journal The Analysis of Verbal Behavior, published by the Association for Behavior Analysis, International.
Professor Contributes Encyclopedia Entry on Kleptomania
Dr. Carolynn Kohn and Derek Szafranski (MA '10) had an encyclopedia entry on kleptomania published in the fourth edition of The Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology (USA: Wiley).