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01/09 CURRICULUM VITAE Kathleen Malley-Morrison (formerly Kathleen M. White) Home Address: Office Address: 99 Country Lane Department of Psychology Westwood, Massachusetts 02090 Boston University Telephone: (617) 326-3082 64 Cummington Street Boston, Massachusetts 02215 Telephone: (716) 353-3628 Date of Birth: August 28, 1940 Education Swarthmore College, 1958-1962: B.A., History Boston University, 1966-1970: Ed.M., Ed.D., Special Education Academic Positions Held 1967-1968 Senior Clinician, Parent Counselor, Assistant Instructor of basic observational clinic. 1970-present Boston University, Psychology Department, Assistant to Full Professor 1980-1987 Lecturer on Pediatrics (Psychology), Harvard University, Research Associate, Family Violence Training Program, Children's Hospital Medical Center. Faculty, Family Violence Training Program (1981-82). Membership in Learned or Professional Organizations Eastern Psychological Association. 1975-present. American Psychological Association. Member 1972-present; Fellow, 1986. Div. 2 Teaching. 1975-present; Fellow, 1986- Div. 7 Developmental. 1976-1986. Div. 8 Personality and Social. 1973-1990. Div. 43 Family. 1984-present. Div. 52 International 1995-; Fellow, 2007- Div. 48 Peace 2006- Grants and Fellowships 1966-1970 U.S. Office of Education Graduate Fellowship. 1971-1972 U.S. Office of Education research grant. Diagnosis and remediation of reading retardation: A focus on the development of logical thinking . 1973-1974 Boston University Graduate School research grant. Differential performance on formal operational tasks as a function of college major . 1974-1975 Boston University Graduate School research grant. Conservation of amount and weight in elementary school children . 1975-1976 Boston University Graduate School grant. Cognitive development and mathematics learning . 1978 National Science Foundation. Summer Workshops for Pre - college Psychology Teachers . Project Director 1979 National Science Foundation. Summer Workshops for Pre - college Psychology Teachers . ($33,164), Project Director 1980 National Science Foundation. Summer Workshops for Pre - college Psychology Teachers . ($41,547), Project Director 1
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1979-1981, National Institute of Mental Health. Intergenerational Reciprocity and Caring . ($180,668). PI. 1982-1985 National Institute of Mental Health. Intergenerational Reciprocity and Caring . ($197,102). PI. 1980-1981 Post doctoral Fellow, Family Violence Training Program, Children's Hospital Medical Center. 1985 Boston University Graduate School research grant. Mental representation and cognitive processes in . the school - work transition 1988-90 NIMH Research Training in Family Psychology, Project Director. 1991 Boston University Graduate School research grant. Family adaptation in three generations of family members . Collaborative research project. (PIs= Leslie Brody and Anne Copeland.) Prizes and Awards 1968 Third prize in area of education, Kennedy Foundation. Student Awards Competition in Mental Retardation. 1989 Boston University Scholar/Teacher of the Year 2003 Boston University College of Arts and Sciences Advising Award 2006 Division 52 of the American Psychological Association Mentoring Award Editorial Positions 1984-1995 Consulting Editor, Journal of Genetic Psychology 2004- Editorial Board,
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