(805) 437-8867 E-Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Center for Psychological Studies,
Certificate L'Universita per Stranieri,
Diplomate – Fellow,
Psychologist License, State of California, #PSY11297
Professor of Psychology, (tenured August 2002)
Associate Professor of Psychology, 2001
State University Channel Islands,
Initial responsibilities include planning and governance of the institution through service on campus-wide, divisional, and Academic Senate committees. Responsibilities within the discipline will include teaching foundation courses in Psychology as well as upper-division courses in Psychology and related areas. Responsibilities beyond the discipline include teaching interdisciplinary and General Education-Breadth courses at both introductory and advanced levels. Promoting cross-cultural awareness and service to the community including preparation of teachers. Defining facilities and equipment needs for Psychology. Developing curricula for a Psychology, Liberal Studies and Education Bachelor of Arts and Masters Degrees, and Teacher Credential programs facilitating the integration of the Psychology curriculum within the full complement of academic programs to be offered at CSUCI. Conduct research and other scholarly activities and disseminate results.
Designed and implement methods for evaluating student competencies and faculty performance. Implemented and analyzed student course surveys, graduate surveys, student orientation surveys and other surveys as needed. Provided support to the Dean, Masters, and other administrators for curricular support and faculty performance. Provided oversight and leadership for Office of Educational Development information and Internet technology strategies and functions. Supervised office IT staff. Developed and administer workshops and presentations on research methodologies and evaluation strategies for medical education. Provided research consultation on faculty research related to medical education. Provided evaluation support for faculty development efforts. Served as liaison to various outside agencies.
Taught research design, program evaluation, psychometrics, and statistical analysis in the Harvard-Macy Program and for Harvard Medical International. Guided medical students on educational research projects. Wrote cases and other teaching material. Conducted research in medical education. Developed statistics and research design courses for post-doc master's degree program.
Interactive Marketing Services, Hewlett-Packard
Conducted WWW-related marketing research including competitive analyses and online surveys. Administered the web metrics program and provided regular log file analysis reports to over 30 internal clients. Solved technical issues related to statistical analyses, processing log files and database information. Created project schedules and budgets. Supervised contractors. Presented study results to marketing and other managers.
Offered both brief and long-term psychodynamic psychotherapy to individuals and groups. Worked with client and family of origin issues related to substance abuse, child abuse, and domestic violence. Conducted neuropsychological screening and psychological testing. Created applied behavioral analysis programs. Also functioned as a psychological consultant for various agencies and organizations. Worked with adult and geriatric populations.
Site Reviewer, Council for Private & Post-Secondary and Vocational Ed, Dept of Ed, State of CA, Sacramento, CA 1995-1997
Served as a content area reviewer for state approval of various graduate schools.
Adjunct Faculty, Center for Psychological Studies, Albany, CA, John F. Kennedy University Graduate School of Professional Psychology, & Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA 1991- 1998
Taught courses in research methodology, program evaluation and design. Advised graduate psychology students on writing, statistical skills and dissertation research design. Served on dissertation committees as chair and reader.
Academic Dean, Five Branches Institute, Santa Cruz, CA, 1995-1996
Was responsible for all academic functions of the school, including admissions, budgeting, curriculum development, faculty recruitment and retention, testing, and development of new programs. Supervised all faculty and staff. Served as chief liaison between the academic branch of the school and the Board of Directors
Professor & Faculty Chair, Dept. of Modern Sciences, Five Branches Institute, Santa Cruz, CA 1994-1996
Taught psychology, psychopathology, research methodology and statistics to graduate students in allied health profession masters program. Served as administrator for the Modern Sciences Department. Responsible for faculty evaluation and course assignments.
Psychologist and Vice Chair of Psychology, Agnews
Applied psychological knowledge and techniques to the problems of mental and developmental disabilities in adults. Conducted various forms of group and individual psychotherapy, including behavior modification. Administered, scored and interpreted psychological tests. Assessed patients and made recommendations on admission, diagnosis, discharge and medication. Conducted mental health training for hospital staff. Applied psychological research techniques for the scientific understanding of maladaptive and disturbed behavior. Provided EAP services for hospital staff. Served as Chair of the Intern Supervision Committee. Also, served as chair of the Behavior Restriction Review Committee and as a member of the Psychologist's Credentialing Committee.
Managed external program review of academic programs. Coordinated efforts of the Graduate Division with Academic Divisions and external review team members. Made suggestions for program improvement and implementation of review team suggestions. Suggested and reviewed proposals for new graduate programs. Worked with faculty to improve proposals. Reviewed proposals for the establishment of Organized Research Units. Advised the Dean with regard to support for specific proposals. Wrote policy for human subjects research protocols. Coordinated university-wide T.A. training efforts and worked with faculty and graduate students to improve T.A. training. Provided support to the Admissions Dean on projected enrollment of minority graduate students. Surveyed minority students for recruitment and retention purposes. Provided oversight for seed fund grant awards program for faculty members. Managed and organized grant awards totaling $300,000 per year. Reviewed proposals and advised the Dean on distribution of funding. Directed Information Technology efforts for the Graduate Division.
Associate, ETR Associates,
Managed research components of company
projects, initiated and prepared agency grant proposals. Developed and
revised instruments for the assessment of abilities and attitudes. Provided
technical assistance to school districts throughout CA and the
Systems Analyst, AIDS Education for Youth Project. San Francisco Unified School District.
Research Director, Teaching AIDS Training Project. CDC.
Research Director, Family Life Education Network. Office of Family Planning, State of California.
Research Associate, Development and Evaluation of a Pregnancy Prevention Skills Curriculum. Hewlett Foundation.
Research Associate, Pregnancy Prevention Skills Demonstration Project. Hewlett Foundation.
Northern Illinois University,
Taught graduate and undergraduate courses in general psychology, adolescent psychology, research design and tests and measurement. Conducted research in the social psychology of health. Provided advising to undergraduate and graduate students on writing and statistical skills. Designed research projects for faculty members as an in-house consultant. Supervised a staff of eleven. Functioned as a liaison between the research office, faculty and college administrative offices.
Postdoctoral & Predoctoral Internships, Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL 1985-1988, supervision with Marvin Powell, Ph.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Health Promotion Project: Assessed health behaviors of older adults. Conducted interviews with older adult clients. Administered test batteries. Determined intervention strategies. Provided therapeutic intervention and supervised the intervention efforts of project interns.
Department of Special Education: Developed behavioral modification programs for developmentally disabled clients. Implemented behavior plans and observed client behaviors. Evaluated behavioral change and assessed clients for the ability to function in mainstream educational settings.
University Tutorial Program: Worked as a counselor and consultant to the university EOP program. Provided individual and group counseling to minority students. Worked with issues related to ethnicity, class and gender. Taught study skills and well as provided career counseling to students.
Studied health behaviors of older adults. Administrated the project on a day to day basis. Designed strategies for the assessment of attitudes and abilities of older adult clients. Developed testing instruments. Performed multivariate statistical analyses. Wrote research reports and journal articles. Supervised efforts of five research assistants.
Served as an assistant to the associate and assistant deans. Assisted in enrollment projections and calculating the college budget. Received training pertaining to the computerization of the college record keeping system and edited the associate dean's newsletter.
Taught introductory psychology and a graduate course in transpersonal psychology. Instructed students in an autonomous class section. Prepared lectures, graded papers and exams
Teacher, First Grade, Peninsula School, Menlo Park, CA. 1983
Team taught first grade students in an innovative, small-group program. Prepared lessons, graded students.
Worked as a member of the floor staff in a 99 bed locked-in psychiatric hospital. Provided a therapeutic milieu for patients. Administered a behavior modification program. Conducted individual and group therapy sessions. Intervened in crises including suicide attempts and violent psychotic episodes.
Volkan, K. (1994). Dancing among the Maenads: The
psychology of compulsive drug use.
Volkan, K. (1999). Evaluation Research: A primer. Boston, MA, Harvard-Macy Institute.
Volkan, K. (1998). The
Medicine Buddha and Tibetan Medicine.
Rider, EA., Volkan, K., Federman, DD., & Hafler, JP. Communication and interpersonal skills: What do pediatric residents think?
Volkan, K. Response Bias and Sampling in Medical Education Evaluation and Research.
Volkan, K., &
Volkan, K., Simon, S., Baker, H., & Todres, ID. (2002). Psychometric structure of a comprehensive Objective Structured Clinical Examination: A Factor Analytic Approach. (Submitted to Advances in Health Sciences)
Martin, SA, Volkan, K. & Mack, K(2000). Student’s pre-clinical experience with feedback. (submitted to Academic Medicine).
Goldman, R., Koffman, R., Quick, H., Kales, SK, & Volkan, K. A pilot study of student use of the internet for self-directed learning in occupational/environmental health. (submitted to Academic Medicine)
Volkan, K. Logfile analysis of Web-based Healthcare Information networks. (submitted to Medical Informatics).
Simon SR, Volkan K, Hamann C, Duffey C, Fletcher SW. (2002) The relationship between second-year medical students' OSCE scores and USMLE Step 1 scores. Medical Teacher, (5):535-539.
Hamann, C., Volkan, K., Fishman, M., Silvestri ,R, Simon, S., & Fletcher, S. (2001). Which skills do second-year medical students learn best in physical diagnosis? Perspectives from three years of an Objective Structured Clinical Examination. BioMedCentral-Medical Education, (2)1, 1-11.
Lieberman G, Abramson, RG, Volkan, K., McArdle P. (2001). Tutor versus computer: A prospective comparison of interactive tutorial and computer-assisted instruction in radiology education. Academic Radiology, (9)1, 40-49.
Volkan, K., Hamann, C., & Fletcher, S. (2001). How Well Do
Second-Year Medical Students' OSCE Scores Predict USMLE Scores? Proceedings
of the 24th Annual Meeting of the Society of General Internal
Babagbemi K., Volkan K, DiSalvo D., Lieberman G, & Shaffer K. (2001). An examination of correlations between OSCE results in aspects of radiologic interpretation and radiology clerkship training. (Academic Radiology, in press).
Morag E, Lieberman G, Volkan K,
& Lang E. (2001). Clinical
Competence Assessment in Radiology: Introduction of an Objective Structured Clinical
Examination (OSCE) in the
Todres, D., Volkan, K., Newell, A., Hinrichs, P., & Arky, R. (2000). HMS Institutes a Fourth Year Comprehensive Examination. Medical Education News, 5(2).
Volkan, K. (1994). Psychopathology, groups, and group leaders: A psychoanalytic perspective. Vision/Action, 13(1), 19-24.
Volkan, K. (1993). The use of the case study in psychoanalytic theory. Presented at the California Psychological Association Annual Convention, April, 3.
Barth, R., Fetro, J. V., Leland, N. & Volkan, K. (1992). Preventing teenage pregnancy with social and cognitive skills. Journal of Adolescence Research, 7(2), 208-232.
Volkan, K. (1991). The psychology of
compulsive drug use: Psychoanalytic and object relations approaches.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Center for Psychological Studies,
Volkan, K. (1991). The psychopathology of drug use: Psychoanalytic and object relations approaches. Presented at the Western Psychological Association Annual Conference, April, 27.
Volkan, K. (1991). Drug use and object relations theory: An integration of Fairbairn's theory and the classical drive/structure model. Presented at the California Psychological Association Annual Convention, February, 21
Volkan, K. (1991). Health conception
and health-promoting lifestyle among older adults: The validation of a
Volkan, K. (1991). Using LISREL: Some
more notes on technique and interpretation.
Volkan, K. (1991). The CDC AIDS Survey:
A Psychometric critique.
Fetro, J. V., Barth, R., Volkan, K.,
& Leland, N. (1990). Adolescent
pregnancy prevention: Evaluation of a cognitive-behavioral skills
curriculum. Presented at the American School Health Association Annual
Britton, P., Volkan, K., Fetro, J. V.,
& Kirby, D. B. (1990). Training
teachers to meet the challenge -- HIV prevention education for youth. Presented at the 7th International
Conference on AIDS,
Volkan, K., & Fetro, J. V. (1990). Substance abuse prevention: Theoretical implications for school-based programs. Family Life Educator, 8(4), 17-23.
Volkan, K. (1990). Health conception and
health-promoting behavior among older adults: Practical implications from
theoretical research. Presented at the Thirty Sixth Annual Meeting of the American Society on Aging,
Walker, S. N., & Volkan, K. (1989). Health conception among older adults. (Unpublished manuscript).
Volkan, K. & Fetro, J. V. (1989).
Psychometric evaluation of knowledge, attitude and belief items from the CDC
AIDS Survey. Presented at the Society for
Public Health Education 1989 Mid-Year Conference,
Fetro, J. V., Volkan, K., Britton, P.,
& Felder, C. (1989). Formative
evaluation of classroom implementation and immediate impact of AIDS
education. Presented at the
Britton, P., Felder, C., Fetro, J. V.,
& Volkan, K. (1989). Innovative approaches to school-based AIDS
education. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on AIDS,
Walker, S. N., Volkan, K., Sechrist, K. R., & Pender, N. J. (1988). Health-promoting lifestyle patterns of older adults: Correlates and comparison with young and middle adults. Advances in Nursing Science, 11(1), 76-90.
Volkan, K. (1988). Some notes on the use of LISREL. Journal of the Association for the Study of Perception, 21(1-2), 2-14.
Leyser, Y., Volkan, K., & Ilan, Z. (1988). Mainstreaming the disabled from an international perspective -- Perceptions of Israeli and American teachers. International Education 18,44-54.
Volkan, K. (1987). Health conception and health-promoting lifestyle among older adults. Thresholds in Education, 8(4), 16-18.
Volkan, K. (1987).The relationship of
health conception to health-promoting lifestyle among older adults. (Doctoral Dissertation),
Walker, S. N., Volkan, K., &
Pender, N. J. (1987). A model of health conception among older adults. Presented at the Fourth National Forum on
Research in Aging,
Walker, S. N., Pender, N. J., &
Volkan, K. (1987). Explaining health-promoting behavior among older
adults. Presented at the 40th Annual
Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological
Society of America,
Walker, S. N., Volkan, K., Sechrist, K.
R., & Pender, N. J. (1986). Health promotion in older adults. Presented at the 39th Scientific Meeting of
the Gerontological Society of America,
Volkan, K. (1986). Man and his Symbols
Revisited. Presented at the Northland
Volkan, K. (1986). Humanistic Courses at NIU. AHP-Perspective, March.
Volkan, K. (1985). A perspective on the
transpersonal/humanistic graduate program in the
Volkan, K. (1984). The use of imagery
in Tibetan Buddhist practice.
Presented at the Association for
Transpersonal Psychology Summer Conference,
Volkan, K. (1984). A comparative study
of archetypal and Tibetan Buddhist psychologies.
REVIEWS OF WORK
Leiter, L. (1999).
Fourth-Year Students Complete First Comprehensive Clinical Exam. Focus:
Stuart, C. (1996). Review of Dancing Among the Maenads: The Psychology of Compulsive Drug Use. Contemporary Psychoanalysis,32(3), 486-488.
TECHNICAL REPORTS AND GRANT PROPOSALS
Clinical Decision Support and Medical Education. A report prepared for Contract # 290-00-0020. Bioterrorism - Automated Decision Support and Clinical Data Collection. 7/25/01. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Improving Medical Students’ Skills in History Taking and Physical Examination: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Intensive Clinical Skills Development. Proposal to Harvard Medical School 1/11/00. S. Simon, PI, K. Volkan, C. Hamann, S. Fletcher Co-Investigators, K. Kleinman, Statistician
Excessive Use of Force by Law Enforcement Officers: A National Survey of Academic Emergency Physicians, Proposal to NIH, 12/2000. K. Volkan, Statistical Consultant (with H. R. Hutson, PI and S. Torres)
Training Emergency Physicians for Biodefense In Terrorist Attacks (AHRQ-00-0009) 10/2000. K. Volkan, Statistical Consultant (with Michael Wayne Shannon, PI and Gary Fleischer).
Report to the Comprehensive Examination Executive Committee. Harvard Medical School. 2000.
Nutrition Academic Award Program, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, K. Volkan, Evaluator (with Alan Walker, PI and Franci Welty, Co-PI). http://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/funding/training/naa/index.htm
Matriculation Survey Report, Harvard Medical School. 1999.
Report to the Comprehensive Examination Executive Committee. Harvard Medical School. 1999.
Matriculation Survey Report, Harvard Medical School. 1998.
Assessment of risk factors leading to failure of outpatient asthma therapy in the Cambridge Hospital Community Health Network. 1998 (with Chen, V.C., Chen, L., Matsuda, K., Ogur, B., Goldman, R.).
Assessment of risk factors leading to
failure of outpatient asthma therapy in the Cambridge Hospital Community
Health Network, Hewlett-Packard Company,
Report from an Online Customer Satisfaction
Survey, Chemical Analysis Group,
Annual Report for Five Branches
for the National Accreditation Commission for
Schools and Colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine,
Annual Report for Five Branches
for the State of
Study of Staff/Client Interaction.
Research report prepared for the Psychological Services Department and
the Executive Director,
Principles of Survey Development. Report prepared for The Gauntlett
Group, Organizational Development Consultants,
Teaching AIDS Training Project Final
Report Year Two.
Report prepared for the Centers for Disease
Evaluation of WEDGE AIDS Education Program: Summary Report. Prepared for the San Francisco Department of Public Health, September, 1989 (with Joyce V. Fetro, Ph.D.).
Teaching AIDS Training Project The
First Two Years.
Report prepared for the Teaching AIDS Training Project Advisory Committee and
the Centers for Disease Control,
Interactive Video Substance Abuse
Prevention Phase II. The Fotonovela Approach to Substance Prevention II. Grant proposal developed for the DHHS,
Teaching AIDS Training Project Grant
proposal prepared for the Centers for Disease
Teaching AIDS Training Project Grant
Final Report. Report
prepared for the Centers for Disease Control,
Pregnancy Prevention Skills Curriculum:
Progress Report Year Two.
Prepared for the Stuart Foundation,
Analysis of Variables Predicting Classification of Students in the Honors
Program. Report for the
LIST OF COURSES TAUGHT
Fall, 2002: Psychology and Traditional Asian Thought
Spring, 2003: Psychology and Traditional Asian Thought
Spring, 2003: Psychopathology & Literature
Summer 2001: Psychology of Error – Challenger Disaster
Spring 2001: Objective Structured Clinical Examinations
Spring 2001: Evaluation Methods: 360 Degree Feedback
Spring 2001: Independent Research
Winter 2001: Program Evaluation & Educational Research
Winter 2001: Student Assessment
Winter 2001: Independent Research
Summer 2000: Psychology of Error - Challenger Disaster
Spring 2000: Objective Structured Clinical Examinations
Spring 2000: Evaluation Methods: 360 Degree Feedback
Spring 2000: Independent Research
Winter 2000: Program Evaluation & Educational Research
Winter 2000: Student Assessment
Winter 2000: Independent Research
Spring 1999: Objective Structured Clinical Examinations
Spring 1999: Evaluation Methods: 360 Degree Feedback
Spring 1999: Independent Research
Winter 1999: Evaluation & Assessment
Winter 1999: Independent Research
Summer 1999: Evaluation Issues & Errors: Case Study of Challenger Disaster
Summer 1999: Evaluation & Assessment
Spring 1998: Student Assessment
Spring 1998: Independent Research
Winter, 1994: Research Methodology and Statistics (graduate)
Spring 1994: Directed Studies (graduate)
Fall, 1995: Research Methodology and Statistics (graduate)
Fall, 1995: Psychology and Psychopathology I (graduate)
Spring 1995: Directed Studies (graduate)
Spring, 1995: Psychology and Psychopathology II (graduate)
Spring, 1992: Research Methods in Professional Psychology (graduate)
Fall, 1993: Research Methods in Professional Psychology (graduate)
Summer, 1995: Research Methods & Statistics (graduate)
Summer, 1992: Program Evaluation and Design (graduate)
Fall 1992: Independent Research
Winter 1992: Dissertation Research
Winter 1992: Independent Research
Summer, 1993: Program Evaluation and Design (graduate)
Fall 1993: Independent Research
Fall 1993: Dissertation Research
Spring 1993: Dissertation Research
Fall 1994: Dissertation Research
Spring 1994: Dissertation Research
Summer 1994: Dissertation Research
Fall 1995: Dissertation Research
Spring 1995: Dissertation Research
Summer 1995: Dissertation Research
Fall 1996: Dissertation Research
Spring 1996: Dissertation Research
Summer 1996: Dissertation Research
Fall 1997: Dissertation Research
Spring 1997: Dissertation Research
Summer 1997: Dissertation Research
Fall 1998: Dissertation Research
Spring 1998: Dissertation Research
Summer 1998: Dissertation Research
Summer 1987: Seminar in Adolescent Behavior (graduate)
Summer 1987: Psychological Foundations (graduate)
Fall 1987: Psychological Foundations (grad. and undergrad., two sections)
Fall 1987: Testing, Measurement and Research Design (undergraduate)
Fall 1987: Standardized Testing (graduate)
Fall 1987: Internship/Practicum (graduate)
Fall 1987: Theory of Measurement (graduate)
Winter 1988: Psychological Foundations (grad. and undergrad., two sections)
Winter 1988: Standardized Testing (undergraduate)
Winter 1988: Test Construction and Evaluation (graduate)
Winter 1988:Internship/Practicum (graduate)
Fall 1983: Introduction to Psychology (Teaching Assistant and Lecturer, undergrad.)
Winter 1984: Transpersonal Psychology (Teaching Assistant and Lecturer, grad. and undergrad.)
Fall 1991: Thesis Research
Spring 1991: Thesis Research
Fall 1995: Dissertation Research
Spring 1995: Dissertation Research
Fall 1996: Dissertation Research
Spring 1996: Dissertation Research
1988, Statistical Consultant: Riley, T. Ph.D. Clinical Psychology. The Attentional Qualities of Zen Meditators. CA School of Professional Psychology.
1991, Committee Member: Stevens, M. M.A. Psychology and Organizational Development. Transpersonal Psychology and Organizational Transformation. Sonoma State University.
1994, Committee Chair. Coven, B. Ph.D. Clinical Psychology. The Relationship of Fear to Alcoholism. Center for Psychological Studies.
1994, Committee Member. Cameron, C. Ph.D. Clinical & Developmental Psychology. The Effect of Different Music Modalities Upon the Cooperative Behavior of Government Officials. Center for Psychological Studies.
1994, Committee Member. Mills, P. Ph.D. Clinical Psychology. Ego Strength and Adolescent Pregnancy. Center for Psychological Studies.
1996, Committee Chair, Glogoski, C., Ph.D., Clinical Psychology. Attachment Styles and Depression Among Divorced Adults. Wright Institute.
1996, Committee Member, Fraundorfer, G. Ph.D., Organizational Psychology. Building a Corporate Culture of Employee Involvement. Center for Psychological Studies.
1998, Committee Member, Dunhower, R., Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Social Support, Depression & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Center for Psychological Studies.
1998 Committee Member, Soden, E., An Inquiry into the Role of Parental Loss in Mid-Life Growth and Development. Center for Psychological Studies.
SPSS & SAS programming, univariate and multivariate statistical analysis and interpretation, factor and cluster analysis, discriminant and regression analysis, non-linear regression, structural equation modeling
Systems: Macintosh, UNIX, Linux, Windows (2000, NT, 98, 95)
in E-Commerce" and "Best Practice in Online Marketing
David Lang Memorial
Award, Center for Psychological Studies,
Elizabeth Armstrong, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Pediatrics & Director of Medical Education, Harvard Medical International, Harvard Medical School, (617) 535-6483 email@example.com
Jacque Kilpatrick, PhD, Associate Professor of English, California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA 805 437-8865, firstname.lastname@example.org
Jack Reilly, MFA, Professor of Art, California
State University Channel Islands,
Ira Schoenwald, PhD., Associate Vice President Faculty Affairs, California State University Channel Islands, Camarillo, CA 805 437 8482 email@example.com
David Todres, M.D., Professor of Anesthesia & Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA 617/726-8259 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lillian Vega-Casteneda, Ed.D. Professor of
Education, California State University Channel Islands,