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Curriculum Vitae Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Birth Date: July 16, 1945 Duke University Married: 3 children 236 Soc/Psych Building, Box 90086 3818 Northampton Road Durham, N. C. 27708 Durham, N.C. 27707 919-681-9655 (fax: 919-660-5726) 919-489-7739 email: [email protected] Education: B.A. LaSalle College, 1967 (Psychology) M.A. University of North Dakota, 1968 (Clinical Psychology) Ph.D. University of North Dakota, 1971 (Clinical Psychology) Indiana University Medical Center, 9/70-8/71 (Internship) Professional Positions: Duke University: Administrative : Dean of Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, 9/99-7/08 Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, 7/04-7/07 Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, Trinity College, 8/97-8/99 Co-Director, Faculty Associates Program, 7/95-6/97 Director, Undergraduate Program in Human Development, 7/93-6/97; Associate Director, 7/92-6/93 Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology: Social and Health Sciences, 7/94-6/97 Head, Division of Medical Psychology, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 7/77-7/97; Acting Head, 6/76-1/77 Chairman, Executive Committee, University Program in Human Development, 2/83-6/85 Director, Developmental Evaluation Center, Department of Pediatrics, 7/75-6/84 Academic : Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center Professor of Medical Psychology, 8/86-present Associate Professor of Medical Psychology, 7/77-7/86 Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, 9/75-6/77 Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Professor of Psychology, 9/89-present Adjunct Professor, 9/86-8/89 Lecturer, 9/78-8/86 Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, 7/77-present Associate, 9/75-6/77 1

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Curriculum Vitae Robert J. Thompson, Jr.

Birth Date: July 16, 1945 Duke University Married: 3 children 236 Soc/Psych Building, Box 90086 3818 Northampton Road Durham, N. C. 27708 Durham, N.C. 27707 919-681-9655 (fax: 919-660-5726) 919-489-7739 email: [email protected] Education: B.A. LaSalle College, 1967 (Psychology) M.A. University of North Dakota, 1968 (Clinical Psychology) Ph.D. University of North Dakota, 1971 (Clinical Psychology)

Indiana University Medical Center, 9/70-8/71 (Internship) Professional Positions: Duke University:

Administrative: Dean of Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, 9/99-7/08 Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, 7/04-7/07 Dean of Undergraduate Affairs, Trinity College, 8/97-8/99 Co-Director, Faculty Associates Program, 7/95-6/97 Director, Undergraduate Program in Human Development, 7/93-6/97; Associate Director, 7/92-6/93 Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology: Social and Health Sciences, 7/94-6/97 Head, Division of Medical Psychology, Department of

Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 7/77-7/97; Acting Head, 6/76-1/77

Chairman, Executive Committee, University Program in Human Development, 2/83-6/85 Director, Developmental Evaluation Center, Department of

Pediatrics, 7/75-6/84 Academic: Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Duke University Medical Center

Professor of Medical Psychology, 8/86-present Associate Professor of Medical Psychology, 7/77-7/86 Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, 9/75-6/77

Department of Psychology and Neuroscience Professor of Psychology, 9/89-present Adjunct Professor, 9/86-8/89 Lecturer, 9/78-8/86

Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center Assistant Professor of Medical Psychology, 7/77-present Associate, 9/75-6/77

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Kenan Institute for Ethics Faculty Council, 11/04-present Athletic Council, 9/97-present; Executive Committee; Academic Committee Senior Fellow of the Center for the Study of Aging and Human Development, 4/96-present Member, University Council on Aging and Human Development, 9/82-present Academic Council, Duke University, 9/79-8/81

Georgetown University: Director of Psychology, University Affiliated Program for Child Development, Department of Pediatrics, 1/73-7/75 Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, 7/72-6/75

Catholic University of America: Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, 9/72-7/75

Manitowoc County Mental Health Center (Wisconsin):

Staff Psychologist, 9/71-6/72

Awards: Fellow, American Psychological Association: Society of Pediatric Psychology, January, 2001 Division of Health Psychology, January, 1991 Division of Clinical Psychology, January, 1987 Phi Beta Kappa, 1999 Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Training in Psychology, N.C. Psychological Association, August, 1998

Distinguished Service Award, Society of Pediatric Psychology, August 1997 Distinguished Researcher Award, Association of Medical School Professors of Psychology, August, 1993 Distinguished Teacher Award, Division of Medical Psychology, 1985-1986 Fellow, International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities, April, 1980 National Science Foundation Summer Traineeship, 1968

Specialty Certification and License:

Diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology, September, 1976

North Carolina Practicing Psychologist (Number 425) Associate Editor:

Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 1998-2002

Editorial Board: Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings

Journal of Pediatric Psychology

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Offices:

Member, Board of Trustees, Center for Documentary Studies, Duke University, 7/1/04-present Member, Board of Directors, American Conference of Academic Deans (ACAD), 1/02-present Member, Academic Council, Venice International University, 5/00-present President, Durham Academy Board of Trustees, 7/92-6/94; Vice-President, 1/91-7/92 President, Association of Medical School Professors of Psychology, 1986-1988; Treasurer and Secretary, 1982-1986 Member, Southeastern Regional Board, American Board of Professional Psychology, 9/86-8/88 Treasurer and Member of the Board of Directors, International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities, 7/81-9/85 Member, Board of Directors, North Carolina Psychological Association and Chairman of the Organizational Liaison Committee, 7/81-6/82

Other: American Psychological Association Internship Accreditation Site Visitor: 1979-1986; 1989

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation: Nutrition Review Panel, 9/89 National Institutes of Health: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Task Force on Research and Education for the Prevention and Control of Respiratory Disease Work Group, member: 4/89-12/89 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases; and Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Workshop on Clinical- Behavioral Aspects of Cystic Fibrosis: Directions for

Future Research. Group Leader: Issues in Identifying and Measuring Psychosocial and Behavioral Outcomes Among Cystic Fibrosis Patients: 9/86

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; Sickle Cell Disease Advisory Committee, Invited presentation on psychosocial issues in sickle cell disease: 6/03 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Special Emphasis Review Panel: Comprehensive Sickle Cell Centers: 9/07

Organizations:

American Conference of Academic Deans American Psychological Association Association of Medical School Psychologists Society of Pediatric Psychology Sigma Xi

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Publications

Books:

1. Thompson, R.J., Jr.& O'Quinn, A.N. (1979). Developmental disabilities: Etiologies, manifestations, diagnoses and treatments. New York: Oxford University Press.

2. Hine, F.R., Carson, R.C., Maddox, G.L., Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Williams, R.B. (1983).

Introduction to behavioral science in medicine. New York: Springer-Verlag.

3. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Gustafson, K.E. (1996). Adaptation to Chronic Childhood Illness. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association Press.

Monograph:

1. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1986). Behavior problems in children with developmental and learning disabilities. International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities Monograph Series, Number 3. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.

Journal Articles:

1. Thompson, R.J., Jr & Leonard, T.B., III. (1969). Effects of raising rats on a liquid or solid diet on response choice made with hunger and thirst simultaneously operative. Psychonomic Science, 14 (1) 9-10.

2. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & McAdoo, W.G. (1973). A comparison of mothers' and fathers'

behavior checklist ratings of outpatient boys and girls. Journal of Community Psychology, 1, 387-389.

3. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Palmer, S. (1974). Treatment of feeding problems: A behavioral

approach. Journal of Nutrition Education, 6, 63-66.

4. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Kolstoe, R.H. (1974). Physical aggression as a function of the strength of frustration and instrumentality of aggression. Journal of Research in Personality, 7, 314-323.

5. Palmer, S., Thompson, R.J., Jr .& Linscheid, T.R. (1975). Applied behavior analysis for

childhood feeding problems. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 17, 333-339.

Reprinted in Ben J. Williams, John P. Foreyt & G. Ken Goodrick (Eds.). (1981). Pediatric Behavioral Medicine (pp. 223-233). New York: Praeger.

6. Palmer, S. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1976). Nutrition: An integral component of the interdisciplinary health care team. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 69, 138-142.

7. Thompson, R.J., Jr.& Schindler, F. (1976). Embryonic mania. Child Psychiatry and

Human Development, 6, 149-154.

8. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Garret, D.J., Striffler, N., Rutins, I.A., Palmer, S., & Held, C.S. (1976). A model interdisciplinary diagnostic and treatment nursery. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 6, 224-232.

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9. Thompson, R.J., Jr.& Lozes, J. (1976). Female gang delinquency. Corrective and Social Psychiatry, 22, 1-5.

10. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Linscheid, T.R. (1976). Adult-child interaction analysis:

Methodology and case application. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 7, 31-42.

11. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1976). The interdisciplinary team approach. Communique: Journal of North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association, 6, 19-22.

12. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1977). The consequences of using the 1972 Stanford-Binet

Intelligence Scale norms. Psychology in the Schools, 14, 444-448.

13. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Palmer, A. & Linscheid, T.R. (1977). Single subject design and interaction analysis in the behavioral treatment of a child with a feeding problem. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 8, 43-53.

14. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1977). Applied behavior analysis in the treatment of mealtime tantrums and delay in self feeding in a multi-handicapped child. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 3, 52-54.

15. Rogister, S.H., Gothard, D., Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Knobeloch, C.F. (1977).

Identification Audiometry: Component effectiveness and efficiency. Communique: Journal of North Carolina Speech, Hearing and Language Association, 7, 11-17.

16. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Sturm, J.M., Proffitt, G., & Morris, S.M. (1979). Mother-infant

interaction and relationship: A review of processes, influences and effects. JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 9, Ms. No. 1806.

17. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Curry, J.F. & Yancy, S.W. (1979). The utility of parents' behavior

checklist ratings with developmentally disabled children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 4, 19-27.

18. Curry, J.F. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1979). The utility of behavior checklist ratings in

differentiating developmentally disabled from psychiatrically referred children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 4, 345-352.

19. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Cappleman, M. & Zeitschel, K. (1979). Neonatal behavior of

infants of adolescent mothers. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, 21, 474-482.

20. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1979). Utility of the Faschingbauer Abbreviated MMPI as a

function of patient group and sex. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 35, 546-553.

21. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1979). Effects of maternal alcohol consumption on offspring: Review, critical assessment and future directions. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 4, 265-276.

22. Thompson, R.J., Jr., O'Quinn, A.N. & Logue, P.E. (1979). Gilles de la Tourette's

Syndrome: A review and neuropsychological aspects of four cases. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 4, 371-387.

23. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gothard, D.C., Sturm, J.M. & Rogister, S.H. (1979). Identification

Audiometry: component effectiveness and relationship of hearing status to developmental functioning with 4 year olds. Journal of Auditory Research, 19, 209-215.

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24. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1980). The diagnostic utility of WISC-R measures with children referred to a developmental evaluation center. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 48, 440-447.

25. O'Quinn, A.N. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1980). Tourette's Syndrome: An expanded view.

Pediatrics, 66, 420-424.

26. Wilfert, C.M., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Sunder, T.R., O'Quinn, A.N., Zeller, J. & Blacharsh, J. (1981). Longitudinal assessment of children with enteroviral meningitis during the first three months of life. Pediatrics, 67, 811-815.

27. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1981). The diagnostic utility of Bannatyne's recategorized WISC-R

scores with children referred to a developmental evaluation center. Psychology in the Schools, 18, 43-47.

28. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Sturm, J.M. & Gothard, DC (1981). Preschool follow-up of infants

at risk for developmental disabilities due to Respiratory Distress Syndrome. North Carolina Journal of Mental Health, 9, 45-51.

29. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1981). Enhancing coping with the stress of chronic childhood

illness: A heuristic review. JSAS Catalog of Selected Documents in Psychology, 11, Ms No. 2298.

30. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Cappleman, M.W., Conrad, H.H. & Jordan, W.B. (1981). Early

intervention program for adolescent mothers and their infants. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 3, 18-21.

31. Cappleman, M.W., Thompson, R.J., Jr., DeRemer-Sullivan, P.A., King, A.A. & Sturm,

J.M. (1982). Effectiveness of a home based early intervention program with infants of adolescent mothers. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 13, 55-65.

32. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Curry, J.F., Sturner, R.A., Green, J.A. & Funk, S.G. (1982).

Missouri Children's Behavior Checklist ratings of preschool children as a function of risk status for developmental and learning problems. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 7, 307-316.

33. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1982). Multidimensional problems and findings in developmentally

disabled children. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 3, 153-158.

34. Curry, J.F. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1982). Patterns of behavioral disturbance in developmentally disabled children: A replicated cluster analysis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 7, 61-73.

35. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Curry, J.F. (1983). A construct validity study of the Missouri

Children's Behavior Checklist with developmentally disabled children. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 39, 691-695.

36. Thompson, R.J., Jr. and Matarazzo, J.D. (1984). Psychology in United States medical

schools: 1983. American Psychologist, 39, 988-995.

37. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1984). Learning disability. North Carolina Medical Journal, 45, 237-240.

38. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1985). Delineation of children's behavior problems: A basis for

assessment and intervention. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 6, 37-50.

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39. Curry, J.F. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1985). Patterns of behavioral disturbance in

developmentally disabled and psychiatrically referred children: A cluster analytic approach. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 10, 151-167.

40. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Curry, J.F. (1985). Missouri Children's Behavior Checklist

profiles with developmentally disabled children: Construct validity. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41, 556-564.

41. Thompson, R.J, Jr. (1987). Psychologists in medical schools: Medical staff status and

clinical privileges. American Psychologist, 42, 866-868.

42. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Kronenberger, W., & Curry, J.F. (1989). Behavior classification system for children with developmental, psychiatric and chronic medical problems. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 14, 559-575.

43. Thompson, R.J, Jr., Kronenberger, W.G., Johnson, D.F., & Whiting, K. (1989). The role

of central nervous system functioning and family functioning in behavioral problems of children with myelodysplasia. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 10, 242-248.

44. Zimet, G.D., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Morris, M.A. (1989). Age, gender, and metabolic

control in diabetic children and adolescents. American Journal of Diseases of Children, 143, 1134-1135.

45. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Lampron, L.B., Johnson, D.F., & Eckstein, T.L. (1990). Behavior

problems in children with the presenting problems of poor school performance. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 15, 3-20.

46. Kronenberger, W.G. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1990). Dimensions of family functioning in

families with chronically ill children: A higher-order factor analysis of the Family Environment Scale. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 19, 380-388.

47. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Hodges, K., & Hamlett, K.W. (1990). A matched comparison of

adjustment in children with cystic fibrosis and psychiatrically referred and non-referred children. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 15, 745-759.

48. Hodges, K., Saunders, W.B., Kashani, J., Hamlett, K., & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1990).

Internal consistency of DSM III diagnoses using the symptom scales of The Child Assessment Schedule (CAS). Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 29, 635-641.

49. Gil, K.M., Williams, D.A., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Kinney, T.R. (1991). Sickle cell

disease in children and adolescents: The relation of child and parent pain coping strategies to adjustment. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 16, 643-663.

50. Kronenberger, W.G. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1992). The Psychological adaptation of

mothers of children with spina bifida: Association with dimensions of social relationships. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 17, 1-14.

51. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Meghdadpour, S., Harrell, E.S., Johndrow, D.A., &

Spock, A. (1992). The role of biomedical and psychosocial processes in the intellectual and academic functioning of children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 3-10.

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52. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Zeman, J.L., Fanurik, D., & Sirotkin-Roses, M. (1992). The role of parent stress and coping and family functioning in parent and child adjustment to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 11-19.

53. Thompson, R.J., Kronenberger, W.G., & Johndrow, D. (1992). Behavior patterns in

nonreferred children: Replication of the factor structure of the Missouri Children's Behavior Checklist. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 292-298.

54. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gil, K.M., Abrams, M.R., & Phillips, G. (1992). Stress, coping and

psychological adjustment of adults with sickle cell disease. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 60, 433-440.

55. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Hamlett, K.W., & Spock, A. (1992). Stress,

coping, and family functioning in the psychological adjustment of mothers of children with cystic fibrosis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 17, 573-585.

56. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Merritt, K.A., Keith, B.R., Murphy, L.B., & Johndrow, D.A. (1992).

The Missouri Children's Behavior Checklist Behavioral Classification System: A construct validity study with non-referred children. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 739-748.

57. Kronenberger, W.G., & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1992). Medical stress, appraised stress, and

the psychological adjustment of mothers of children with myelomeningocele. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 13, 405-411.

58. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Hamlett, K.W., & Spock, A. (1992).

Psychological adjustment of children with cystic fibrosis: The role of child cognitive processes and maternal adjustment. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 17, 741-755.

59. Lemen, R.J., Parcel, G.S., Loughlin, G., Wall, M., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Sockrider, M.

M. (1992). Pediatric Lung Diseases. CHEST, 102, Supplement, 232S-242S. 60. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gil, K.M., Burbach, D.J., Keith, B.R., & Kinney, T.R. (1993). Role

of child and maternal processes in the psychological adjustment of children with sickle cell disease. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 61, 468-474.

61. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Merritt, K.A., Keith, B.R., Murphy, L.B., & Johndrow, D.A. (1993).

The role of maternal stress and family functioning in maternal distress and mother-reported and child-reported psychological adjustment of non-referred children. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 22 78-84.

62. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Merritt, K.A., Keith, B.R., Murphy, L.B., & Johndrow, D.A. (1993).

Mother-child agreement on the Child Assessment Schedule with non-referred children: A Research Note. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 34, 813-820.

63. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gil, K.M., Burbach, D.J., Keith, B.R., & Kinney, T.R. (1993).

Psychological adjustment of mothers of children and adolescents with sickle cell disease: The role of stress, coping methods and family functioning. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 18, 549-559.

64. Gil, K.M., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Keith, B.R., Tota-Faucette, M., Noll, S., & Kinney, T.R.

(1993). Sickle cell disease pain in children and adolescents: Change in pain frequency and coping strategies over time. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 18, 621-637.

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65. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Oehler, J.M., Catlett, A.T., & Johndrow, D.A. (1993). Maternal psychological adjustment to the birth of an infant weighing 1500 grams or less. Infant Behavior and Development, 16, 471-485.

66. Merritt, K.A., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Keith, B.R., Johndrow, D.A., & Murphy, L.B. (1993).

Screening for behavioral and emotional problems in primary care pediatrics. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 14, 340-343.

67. Catlett, A.T., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Johndrow, D.A., & Boshkoff, M.R. (1993). Risk

status for dropping out of developmental follow-up for very low birthweight infants. Public Health Reports, 108, 589-594.

68. Brazy, J.E., Goldstein, R.F., Oehler, J.M., Gustafson, K.E., & Thompson, R.J., Jr.

(1993). Nursery Neurobiologic Risk Score: Levels of risk and relationship with non-medical factors. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 14, 375-380.

69. Thompson, R.J., Gil, K.M., Gustafson, K.E., George, L.K., Keith, B.R., Spock, A. &

Kinney, T.R. (1994). Stability and change in the psychological adjustment of mothers of children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis and sickle cell disease. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 19, 171-188.

70. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., George, L.K., & Spock, A. (1994). Change over a

12-month period in the psychological adjustment of children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 19, 189-203.

71. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Goldstein, R.F., Oehler, J.M., Gustafson, K.E., Catlett, A.T., &

Brazy, J.E. (1994). Developmental outcome of very low birth weight infants as a function of biological risk and psychosocial risk. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 15, 232-238.

72. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gil, K.M., Keith, B.R., Gustafson, K.E., George, L.K., & Kinney,

T.R. (1994). Psychological adjustment of children and adolescents with sickle cell disease: Stability and change over a 10-month period. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 62, 856-860.

73. Iafolla, A.K., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Roe, C.R. (1994). Medium chain Acyl-CoA

Dehydrogenase Deficiency: Clinical course in 120 affected children. Journal of Pediatrics, 124, 409-415.

74. Goldstein, R.F., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Oehler. J.M., & Brazy, J.E. (1995). Influence of

Acidosis, Hypoxia and Hypotention on neurodevelopmental outcome in very low birth weight infants. Pediatrics, 95, 238-243.

75. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1995). Commentary: Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of Pediatric

Psychology, 20, 403-406 76. Merritt, K.A., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Keith, B.R., Gustafson, K.E., Murphy, L.B., & Johndrow, D.A. (1995). Screening for child-reported behavioral and emotional problems in primary care pediatrics. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 80, 323-329. 77. Oehler, J.M., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Goldstein, R.F., Gustafson, K.E., & Brazy, J.E.

(1996). Behavioral characteristics of very low birth weight infants of varying biological risk at 6, 15 and 24 months of age. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 25, 233-239.

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78. Armstrong, D.F., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Wang, W., Zimmerman, R., Pigelow, C. H., Miller, S., Moser, F., Bello, J., Hurtig, A., & Vass, K. (1996). Cognitive functioning and brain magnetic resonance in children with SCD. Pediatrics, 97, 864-870.

79. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gil, K.M., Abrams, M.R., & Phillips, G. (1996). Psychological

adjustment of adults with sickle cell anemia: Stability over 20 months, correlates, and predictors. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 52, 253-266.

80. Lewis, D.V., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Santos, C.C., Oakes, W.J., Radtke, R.A., Friedman,

A.H., Lee, N., & Swartzwelder, H.S. (1996). Outcome of Temporal Lobectomy in Adolescents. Journal of Epilepsy, 9, 1-8.

81. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Oehler, J.M., Catlett A.T., Brazy, J.E., & Goldstein,

R.F. (1997) Developmental outcome of very low birth weight infants at four years of age as a function of biological risk and psychosocial risk. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 18, 91-96.

82. Kronenberger, W.G., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Morrow, C. (1997). Assessment of

supportive, conflicted, and controlling dimensions of family functioning: A principal components analysis of Family Environment Scale subscales in a college sample. Assessment, 4, 47-50.

83. Murphy, L.B., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Morris, M.A. (1997). Adherence behavior among

adolescents with Type I insulin dependent diabetes: The role of cognitive appraisal processes. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 22, 811-825.

84. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Gil, K.M., Godfrey, J., & Murphy, L.B. (1998).

Illness Specific patterns of psychological adjustment and cognitive adaptational processes in children with cystic fibrosis and sickle cell disease. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 54, 121-128.

85. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Catlett, A.T., Oehler, J.M., Gustafson, K.E., Goldstein, R.F., &

Prochaska, J.J. (1998). Home environment and developmental outcome of African-American and Caucasian infants with very low birth weight. Children's Health Care, 27, 1-14.

86. Porter, L.S., Gil, K.M., Sedway, J.A., Ready, J., Workman, E., and Thompson, R.J., Jr.

(1998). Pain and stress in sickle cell disease: An analysis of daily pain records. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 5, 185-203.

87. Bonner, M.J., Gustafson, K.E., Schumacher, E., & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1999). The

impact of sickle cell disease on cognitive functioning and learning. School Psychology Review, 28, 182-193.

88. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Armstrong, D., Kronenberger, W.G., Scott, D., McCabe, M.A.,

Smith, B., Radcliffe, J., Colangelo, L., Gallagher, D., Islam, S., & White, E. (1999) Family functioning, neurocognitive functioning, and behavior problems in children with sickle cell disease. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 24, 491-498.

89. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Gil, K.M., Kinney, T.R., & Spock, A. (1999).

Change in the psychological adjustment of children with cystic fibrosis or sickle cell disease and their mothers. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 6, 373-391.

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90. Wang, W., Enos, L., Gallagher, D., Thompson, R.J., Jr., Guarini, L., Vichinsky, E., Wright, E., Zimmerman, R., & Armstrong, F.D. (2001). Neuropsychological performance in school-aged children with sickle cell disease: A report from the Cooperative Study of Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of Pediatrics, 139, 391-397.

91. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Bonner, M.J., & Ware, R.E. (2002).

Neurocognitive development of young children with sickle cell disease through three years of age. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 27, 235-244.

92. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Armstrong, F.D., Link, C.L., Pegelow, C.H., Moser, F., & Wang

W.C. (2003). A prospective study of the relationship over time of behavior problems, intellectual functions, and family functioning in children with sickle cell disease: A report from the Cooperative Study of Sickle Cell Disease. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 28, 59-65.

93. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Serra, M. (2005). Use of course evaluations to assess the

contributions of curricular and pedagogical initiatives to undergraduate general education learning objectives. Education, 125, 693-701.

Chapters in Books:

1. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1982). Developmental disabilities: In F. Keefe and J. Blumenthal (Eds.), Assessment strategies in behavioral medicine: (pp. 411-424). New York: Grune and Stratton.

2. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1984). Behavior problems in developmentally disabled children. In

D.K. Routh and M.L. Wolraich (Eds.), Advances in behavioral and developmental pediatrics: Vol. 5 (pp. 265-330). Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press.

3. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1985). Coping with the stress of chronic childhood illness. In A.N.

O'Quinn (Ed.), Management of chronic disorders of childhood: (pp. 11-41). Boston: G.K. Hall.

4. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Kronenberger, W. (1990). Behavior problems in children with

learning problems. In H.L. Swanson and B. Keogh (Eds.), Learning disabilities: Theoretical and research issues: (pp. 155-174). Hillsdale, New Jersey: Laurence Erlbaum Associates, Inc.

5. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1991). Psychology and the health care system: Characteristics and

transactions. In J.J. Sweet, R.H. Rozensky, & S.M. Torrian (Eds.). Handbook of clinical psychology in medical settings: (pp. 11-25). New York: Plenum.

6. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Kronenberger, W. (1992). A heuristic review of the psychosocial

aspects of myelodysplasia. In D.K. Routh & M. Wolraich (Eds.). Advances in behavioral and developmental pediatrics: Vol. 10, (pp. 89-108). London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, Ltd.

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7. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., & Gil, K.M. (1995). Psychological adjustment of adolescents with cystic fibrosis or sickle cell disease and their mothers. In J. Wallander and L. Siegel (Eds.) Advances in pediatric psychology: II. Behavioral perspectives on adolescent health: (pp. 232-247). New York: Guilford.

8. Wallander, J.L., & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1995). Psychosocial adjustment of children with

chronic physical conditions. In M. C. Roberts (Ed.), Handbook of pediatric psychology: (2nd Edition) (pp. 124-141). New York: Guilford.

9. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., & Ware, R.E. (1998). Hematologic disorders. In

R.T. Ammerman and J.V. Campo (Eds.), Handbook of pediatric psychology and psychiatry: (pp. 298-312). Needham Heights, M.D.: Allyn & Bacon.

10. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Raezer, L.B. (1998). Families of children with chronic medical

conditions. In M. Hersen & A.S. Bellack (Eds.), Comprehensive clinical psychology: Vol. 9. N.N. Singh (Ed.) Applications in diverse populations. (pp. 219-233). Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited.

11. Thompson, R.J., & Gustafson, K.E. (1998). Psychological interventions in childhood

chronic illness. In G.P. Koocher, J.C. Norcross, & S.S. Hill (Eds.), Psychologist's desk reference: (pp. 261-265). New York: Oxford University Press.

12. Thompson, Robert J., Jr., & Karlish, L. (2001). Cystic Fibrosis. In H.M. Koot & J.L.

Wallander. (Eds.) Quality of life in children and adolescents: Concepts, methods, and findings: (pp. 335-356). East Sussex, Great Britain: Brunner-Routledge.

13. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Van Loon, K. (2002). Mental Disorders. In T.J. Boll (Series Ed.)

& S.B. Johnson, N.W. Perry, & R.H. Rozensky (Vol. Eds.), Healthcare psychology handbook: Volume 3. Disease applications: (pp. 143-172). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

14. Wallander, J.L., Thompson, R. J. Jr., and Alrikson-Schmidt, A. (2003). Psychosocial

adjustment of children with chronic physical conditions. In M.C. Roberts (Ed.), Handbook of pediatric psychology: (3rd ed.). (pp. 141-158). New York: Guilford.

15. Thompson, R.J., & Gustafson, K.E. (2005). Psychological interventions in childhood

chronic illness. In G.P. Koocher, J.C. Norcross, & S.S. Hill (Eds.), Psychologist's desk reference: (2nd ed.). (pp. 406-409). New York: Oxford University Press.

16. Gustafson, K.E., Bonner, M.J., Hardy, K. & Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2006). Biopsychosocial

and developmental issues in Sickle Cell Disease. In Ronald T. Brown (Ed.) Childhood cancer and sickle cell disease: A biopsychosocial approach: (pp. 431-448). New York: Oxford University Press.

Abstracts / Reports: 1. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Meghdadpour, S., and Spock, A. (1990).

Psychosocial adjustment of parents of children and adolescents with cystic fibrosis. Pediatric Pulmonology, (Suppl. 5), 285, Abstract No. 349.

2. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Meghdadpur, S., and Spock, A. (1990).

Psychosocial adjustment of children with cystic fibrosis. Pediatric Pulmonology, (Suppl. 5), 284-285, Abstract No. 348.

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3. Resnick, R., Enright, M.F., & Thompson, R.J. Jr., (1991). Guidelines on hospital privileges: Credentialing and bylaws. American Psychological Associations. Board of Professional Affairs Task Force on Hospital Privileges. Washington, DC.

4. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1992). Maternal psychological adjustment to the birth of an infants

weighing <1500 grams. Infant Behavior and Development, 15, A226. 5. Thompson, R. J., Jr. (2004) Medical Psychology. In Anderson (Ed.) Encyclopedia of

Health and Behavior. (p. 593). Thousand Oakes, CA: Sage. 6. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Willard, L.W. (2004). Duke University: An agenda for

institutional change. In Linda R. Kauffman and Janet E. Stocks (Eds.) Reinvigorating the undergraduate experience: Successful models supported by NSF’s AIRE/RAIRE program (pp. 19-20). Washington, DC: Council for Undergraduate Research.

7. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2005). The interaction of social, behavioral and genetic factors in

sickle cell disease. Report for the Institute of Medicine. Book Reviews:

1. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1981). [Review of Communicative and Cognitive Abilities: Early behavioral assessment]. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 11, 235-237.

2. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1983). Is there a psychosomatic approach? [Review of The

psychosomatic approach to illness]. Contemporary Psychology, 28, 314-315.

3. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1983). [Review of Theory and research in learning disabilities]. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 12, 208.

4. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1986). [Review of The socialization of emotions]. Journal of

Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 7, 207-208. 5. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1988). [Review of Outcome Measures for Child Welfare Services:

Theory and Applications]. Journal of Pediatric Psychology.

6. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1988). [Review of Advances in clinical child psychology, Volume 10]. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 9, 316.

7. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1990). [Review of Handbook of Pediatric Psychology]. Journal of

Pediatric Psychology, 15, 139-141. 8. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1990). [Review of Casebook of Child and Pediatric Psychology].

Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 11, 38-39.

Selected Presentations: 1. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1982, August), (Chair). Empirical approaches to identification and

classification of children's behavior problems. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

2. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1985, August). Psychologists in medical schools: Medical staff

status and clinical privileges. In D. Clayson (Chair), Psychologists in medical schools: The trials of emerging political activism. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California.

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3. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1988, February). Behavior problems in children with learning problems. Paper presented at International academy of Research in Learning Disabilities, Research meeting, University of California, Los Angeles.

4. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1988, March). Discussant of the paper: Purchase and Possession:

A national database for scientifically, mathematically and technologically talented presented by Robert Sawyer at the Talent Identification Program/National Science Foundation Conference on Academic Talent.

5. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1988, April). Developmental follow-up of very low birth weight

infants: Paper presented at Perinatal Update 1988: Controversies of Prematurity, Memorial Medical Center, Savannah, Georgia.

6. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1988, August). Psychologists in hospitals: challenges and

opportunities. Invited address for the Division of Clinical Psychology at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Atlanta, Georgia.

7. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1989, April). Psychosocial adjustment to sickle cell disease. Paper

presented at the Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Sickle Cell Centers, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

8. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1989, April). Behavior patterns of children with learning,

developmental, and medical disorders. Paper presented at North Carolina Psychological Association/North Carolina School Psychology Association Joint Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina.

9. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1989, May). Psychology as a science and profession: challenges

and opportunities. Keynote address: South Carolina Psychological Association Spring Conference, Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.

10. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1989, October), (Chair). Successful strategies for living with cystic

fibrosis. Symposium conducted at the Third Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Tarpon Springs, Florida.

11. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Gil, K.M. (1990, May). The role of cognitive processes, coping

methods, and family functioning in psychosocial adjustment in sickle cell disease. Paper presented at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the National Sickle Cell Centers, Berkley, California.

12. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1990, August). Perspectives from a Medical Psychology Division

in a Psychiatry Department. A. Pollard (Chair), Survival and autonomy of medical school psychologists in the 1990's. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, Massachusetts.

13. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gil, K.M., Abrams, M.R., & Phillips, G. (1991, March).

Psychological adjustment with SCD: The role of cognitive processes, coping methods and family functioning. Paper presented at the Sixteenth Annual Meeting of the National Sickle Cell Centers, Mobile, Alabama.

14. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Oehler, J.M. (1991, April). Very low birth weight infants:

Maternal stress, coping, and psychosocial adjustment. J. Oehler (Chair), The changing face of neonatology - Impact on parents. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Seattle, Washington.

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15. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1991, August), (Chair). Biopsychosocial models of adaptation to chronic childhood illness. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California.

16. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Catlett, A.T., & Johndrow, D.A. (1992, May). Maternal

psychological adjustment to the birth of an infant weighing < 1500 grams. Lynn Singer (Chair), Longitudinal studies of caregiver's and their very low birth weight infant. Symposium conducted at Eighth International Conference on Infant Studies, Miami Beach, Florida.

17. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Gustafson, K.E. (1992, August). Psychosocial adjustment of

children with sickle cell disease and their mothers. R.J. Thompson (Chair), Longitudinal studies of adjustment to chronic childhood illness. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

18. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1992, November). The behavioral science contributions of

Pediatric Psychology to health care. C. Zimet (Chair), Psychology: contribution to training physicians in the new world of health care. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Association of Medical Colleges, New Orleans, Louisiana.

19. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Gil, K.M., Keith, B.R., & Kinney, T.R. (1993,

May). Psychological adjustment of children and adolescents with sickle cell disease. Paper presented at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the National Sickle Cell Centers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

20. Gustafson, K.E., Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Kinney, T.R. (1993, May). Psychological

adjustment of mothers of children and adolescents with sickle cell disease: contributory processes. Paper presented at the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the National Sickle Cell Centers, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

21. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1993, August). Psychological adjustment of mothers of children

with sickle cell disease. R. J. Thompson (Chair), The impact of chronic childhood disorders on maternal psychological adjustment. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

22. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1993, August). Pediatric Psychology contributions to medical

education. C. Zimet (Chair), New world of health care - teaching psychology to physicians. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

23. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1995, March). Variability in psychological adjustment of children

with sickle cell disease and their mothers over time: processes associated with resiliency. Paper presented at the 20th annual meeting of the National Sickle Cell Centers, Boston, Massachusetts.

24. Thompson, R.J., Jr., Gustafson, K.E., Bonner, M., & Schumacher, E. (1996, March).

Cognitive functioning at six months of age of infants with sickle cell disease. Paper presented at the Twenty-first Annual Meeting of the National Sickle Cell Centers, Mobile, Alabama.

25. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (1996, May). Diversity: its academic rationale. M. Adams (Chair).

Institute for Deans, Department Chairs, and Academic Program Directors. Workshop conducted at the Ninth Annual National Conference on Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education, San Antonio, Texas.

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26. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2000, January). Greater expectations: from cornerstone to capstone: writing, inquiry, and accomplishment in the disciplines. J. Monroe (Chair). Symposium conducted at Eighty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC

27. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Willard, L. (2000, January). Communicating greater expectations

through coherent curricula. A. Leskes (Chair). Symposium conducted at Eighty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, Washington, DC

28. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2000, February). New developments in general education: Duke

University’s new curriculum. Presentation at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Conference: General Education in the New Millennium: Opportunities, Principles, Politics, San Antonio, Texas.

29. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2000, April). Enhancing undergraduate education at Duke

University. Presentation at the Inaugural Symposium of The Reinvention Center: The Boyer Commission Report: A second anniversary retrospective, Stony Brook, New York.

30. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2001, February). New developments in general education:

enhancing undergraduate education at Duke University. Presentation at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Conference: Best Practices in General Education and Its Assessment, Atlanta, Georgia.

31. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2001, February). Succeeding with the politics of change: assisting

faculty to coalesce around a new approach. Presentation at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Conference: Best Practices in General Education and Its Assessment, Atlanta, Georgia.

31. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Willard, L. (2002, November). Requiring research competencies

in the undergraduate curriculum. Presentation at the Reinvention Center Conference on Undergraduate Research and Scholarship and the Mission of the Research University, College Park, Maryland.

32. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2003, February). Sickle cell disease: neurocognitive functioning and

psychological adjustment. Presentation at the Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds, Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana.

33. Thompson, R.J., Jr. (2003, February). Connecting general education and the major.

Workshop presented at the Association of American Colleges and Universities conference on General Education: Goals, Strategies, and Assessment for Powerful Learning, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

34. Thompson, R.J., Jr. & Riley, M. (2003, May). External review of study abroad programs.

Presentation at NAFSA: Association of International Educators Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.

35. Thompson, R.J., Jr., (2003, September). A liberal education. Vanderbilt University,

Nashville, Tennessee. 36. Thompson, R.J., Jr., (2004, February). Charting curricular change: Alternative

approaches. Symposium. Saint Joseph’s University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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37. Thompson, R.J., Jr., (2004, April). The undergraduate curriculum: Structure and choice. Presentation at Refocusing General Education: A Symposium on Curriculum Reform, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

38. Thompson, R.J., Jr., (2004, November). Research service learning. Presentation at the

Reinvention Center Conference on Integrating Research into Undergraduate Education: The Value Added, Washington, DC.

39. Thompson, R.J., Jr., (2005, January). Balancing expectations for faculty teaching,

scholarship, and service. Presentation at the American Conference of Academic Deans/Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.

40. Thompson, R.J., Jr., & Kean, R.C. (2006, January). Knowledge in service of society:

Connecting liberal education, research, and civic engagement. Presentation at the American Conference of Academic Deans/Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

41. Kean, R. C., & Thompson, R. J., (2007, November). Student learning outcomes: From

assessment to accountability. Presentation at the Reinvention Center, Vice President Network Meeting, University of Miami, Miami, Florida.

42. Blount, A. (Chair), Thompson R. J., Jr., Peterfreund, P., & Gastwirth, D., (2008,

January). Strategic measures: Utilizing assessment as an integral part of program pedagogy, institutional outcomes, and marketing. Panel Presentation at the Association of American Colleges and Universities Annual Meeting, Washington, DC.

43. Thompson, R. J., Jr., & Sotherland, P. (Co-Chairs), (2008, October). Being systematic in

improving writing and critical thinking: What do we know; what do we need to know; what still needs to be done?” Panel at the Teagle Foundation Conference on Achieving Systematic Improvement in Liberal Education, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

44. Thompson, R. J., Jr., & Serra, M. (2008, October). Systematic use of student course

evaluations to improve teaching. Teagle Foundation Conference on Achieving Systematic Improvement in Liberal Education, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.

45. Thompson, R.J., Jr., (2008, November). General education at the research university in

the 21st century: Innovative alternatives to the four-year liberal arts college model. Panel presentation at the Reinvention Center Conference on Education, Innovation, and Discovery: The Distinctive Promise of the American Research University, Washington, DC.

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External Support Clinical Service Programs:

Contract between the N.C. Department of Human Resources, Division of Health Services, Developmental Disabilities Branch and the Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center

Program Director: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Prekindergarten Screening Program: 1975-76 $169,560 1976-77 $216,115 Developmental Evaluation Center: 1975-76 $247,239 1976-77 $214,185 1977-78 $266,878 1978-79 $269,870 1979-80 $285,721 1980-81 $302,951 1981-82 $302,951 1982-83 $296,087 Research:

Contract between the N.C. Department of Human Resources, Division of Health Services, Developmental Disabilities Branch and the Department of Pediatrics, Duke University Medical Center Title: Development and Training Project for the Early Identification, Treatment, and

Longitudinal Follow-up of Infants at Risk for Developmental Disabilities. Project Director: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. 1977-78 $149,818 1978-79 $100,000

McArthur Foundation: Interdisciplinary Award Program in Mental Health Title: Stress of Chronic Childhood Illness Director of Component Project: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. 1981-82 $3,000 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Title: Enhancing Coping with Cystic Fibrosis Identifying Number: 1 R18 HL37548-01 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $538,930 Period of Award: 1/87-12/90

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Title: Developmental Follow-up of Very Low Birth Weight Infants Identifying Number: 1 P01 HD 21354-01 Principal Investigator of component project: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $2,578,254 Period of Award: 4/87-3/92 National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Title: Sickle Cell Disease: Coping and Psychosocial Adjustment Identifying Number: P60 HL 28391-06 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $428,460 Period of Award: 4/1/88-3/31/93

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National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Title: Coping with Sickle Cell Disease: Developmental Follow-up Identifying Number: P60 HL28391-12 Principal Investigator of component project: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $432,733 Period of Award: 4/1/93-3/31/98

Education: National Science Foundation Title: PGE/SEP: Project ADVANCE: Developing a resilient cohort of women in quantitative sciences. Identifying Number: HRD-9979478 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $64,886 Period of Award: 1/1/00-12/31/00 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Title: Undergraduate Biological Science Education Program Identifying Number: 71199-519906 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $1,400,000 Period of Award: 9/1/98-8/31/00 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Title: Differential Educational Outcome: Planning Phase Identifying Number: 49900706 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $150,000 Period of Award: 1/1/00-12/31/00 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Title: Mellon Minority Undergraduate Fellowship Program at Duke University Identifying Number: 2000-0726 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $350,000 Period of Award: 6/1/00-5/31/04 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Title: The Campus Life and Learning Project Identifying Number: 20160676 Co-Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $375,000 Period of Award: 7/1/01-6/30/04 BellSouth Foundation Title: Creating Links Supporting Minority Performance Identifying Number: 20011478 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $75,000 Period of Award: 8/1/01-7/31/04

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William and Flora Hewlett Foundation: Pluralism and Unity Program Title: Developing Inclusive Communities Identifying Number: 20016745 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $150,000 Period of Award: 7/1/01-6/30/04 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Title: Undergraduate Biological Science Education Program: “Making Meaning of Genomic Information.” Identifying Number: 52003726 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $1,800,000 Period of Award: 9/1/02-8/31/06 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Title: Writing Fellows Program: Refining the Paradigm Identifying Number: 40300643 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Costs: $1,800,000 Period of Award: 1/1/04-12/31/07 Howard Hughes Medical Institute Title: Undergraduate Biological Science Education Program: “Integrated Systems: Integrative Science.” Identifying Number: 52005871 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $1,900,000 Period of Award: 9/1/06-8/31/10 Teagle/Spencer Foundations Title: Systematic Improvement of Undergraduate Education in Research Universities Identifying Number: 200800149 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $1,494,000 Period of Award: 1/1/08-6/30/12 Teagle/Spencer Foundations Title: Enhancing Writing and Critical Thinking Identifying Number: 200900077 Principal Investigator: Robert J. Thompson, Jr. Total Direct Cost: $80,000 Period of Award: 7/1/08-6/30/11

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Teaching Experience: Duke University:

Arts and Sciences, Undergraduate: Biological Psychology of Human Development, 1979-Present Senior Seminar in Human Development, 1987-1997 Pediatric Psychology, 1993-1996 Independent Study

Arts and Sciences, Graduate: Clinical Methods with Children, 1983 Dissertation Supervisor, 1986-1999 Supervisor of Clinical Psychology Graduate Students, 1986-1999

Medical School: Developmental Disabilities, 1976-1984 Science of Human Behavior, Lecturer, 1976-1985 Supervisor of Clinical Psychology Interns, 1975-1997

Catholic University: Graduate: Clinical Methods with Children, 1972-1975 Clinical Methods with Adolescents, 1972-1975

Indiana University - Purdue University at Indianapolis: Undergraduate: Introductory Psychology Lab, 1970 University of North Dakota: Graduate Teaching Assistant for Undergraduate Introductory Psychology, 1967-1969

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