University of Dallas, Irving, Texas
M.A. in Psychology, May, 1976
Ph.D. in Psychology, May, 1978
Manhattan College, Bronx, New York
B.S., with honors, in Mathematics, 1970
2000- : Professor of Psychology, University of Dallas
1988-2000: Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Dallas
1993 (March): Guest Professor, Duquesne University, March
1982-88: Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, University of Dallas
1978-82: Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Seattle University, Seattle, WA
1977-78: Instructor, Psychology Dept., University of Dallas
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2003- European Society for the History of the Human Sciences
2002-06: American Psychological Association (previously member 1978-84)
2001- International Society for Critical Health Psychology (charter member)
1998-2009: Interdisciplinary Psychoanalytic Consortium (Dallas)
1995-2009: International Society for Theoretical Psychology
1995- Cheiron: International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences
Professional Activities Outside the University
2007-2010: Review Committee, Cheiron (its executive committee)
1999- : Executive Committee, International Society of Critical Health Psychology
2004: Review of book manuscript, Health Psychology: A Critical Introduction for Cambridge University Press
2002-03: Program Committee for Third International Critical Health Psychology Conference
2001-05: ISTP Newsletter editor and web site administrator: see https://udallas.edu/istp
2001-02: Program Committee for Second International Conference for Critical Health Psychology
1997- : External reviewer for several journals: Theory & Psychology, Social Science and Medicine, Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, History of Psychology, British Journal of Health Psychology, Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine; Medical Anthropology
1978: Psyche and Soma: The Psychology of the Body with a Study of Primary Glaucoma as an Experience in the Eye’s Imaginal Landscape.
2011: Psychology and Catholicism: Contested Boundaries. Cambridge University Press. (Paperback edition, 2013)
1992: Stress: The Nature and History of Engineered Grief. Westport, CT: Praeger
1983: The Windows of Soul: Psychological Physiology of the Human Eye and Primary Glaucoma. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell University Press
In press: The History of Flourishing in Psychology and Catholicism. In Morality, Virtue and Flourishing: Catholic Approaches and Psychology. Arlington, VA: IPS Press.
In press: Health and Illness: A hermeneutical-phenomenological approach. In Critical Health Psychology, 2nd ed. London: Palgrave. (Revised version of 2004) In press: Willpower. Theory and Psychology.
In press: Stress. In Ethics, Science, Technology, and Engineering, 2nd Ed. Macmillan. (revised version of 2005 article).
For more articles, see CV.
2012: History of Flourishing in Psychology and Catholicism. Invited lecture for the
12th annual Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecture Series presented by the Institute
for the Psychological Sciences, Arlington, VA. September 27.
2012: Willpower as a human kind. Cheiron: The International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, Dawson University, Montreal, June
2011: Will-power and will-training. Cheiron: The International Society for the History of the Behavioral and Social Sciences, University of Calgary, June 16-23.
2010: The Historicity of Psychological Phenomena: Implications for Qualitative Research. International Human Science Research Conference, Seattle University, August 4-8.
For more presentations, see CV.
In press: Review of The Emergence of Somatic Psychology and Bodymind Therapy by Barnaby B. Barratt. Journal of Health Psychology.
2012: Intimacies of Psychology and Religion: Review of Psychology, Religion, and the Nature of the Soul: A Historical Entanglement, by Graham Richards. Theory & Psychology, 22(4), August, pp. 535-537.
2011: Review of A New Science: The Discovery of Religion in the Age of Reason, by Guy G. Stroumsa. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences.
2011: Review of The Red Book by C. G. Jung. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 47, 101-04.
For more reviews, see CV.