Stephen N. Haynes, in addition to being a photography enthusiast (you can see more of his photos at stephennhaynes.sites.livebooks.com), intermittent runner, sailor of gentle seas, and traveler, is professor emeritus of psychology at the University of Hawaii, Manoa. He has taught in Honolulu for 25 years, and he and his wife, Megumi Nagira, enjoy the multicultural and temperate ambiance of Hawaii. He continues to be professionally active and still directs doctoral dissertations. He has served as director of clinical training (four times) and as chair of psychology. Professor Haynes has a long history of training students who went on to important careers as academics, researchers, and practitioners. His research and scholarly writings have focused on the areas of psychological assessment, clinical case formulation, and psychopathology. He has stressed the importance of measurement and a science-based approach to clinical research and psychological assessment. Having served as editor of the APA journal Psychological Assessment and as a member of 14 editorial boards, he has published nine books and over 100 articles and book chapters on psychological assessment and psychopathology. He also serves as a court-appointed advocate for abused or neglected children in Hawaii.
Megumi Nagira and Stephen N. Haynes live in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. Megumi was born in Izumo, Japan and moved to Hawaii at Manoa in 2001. She received her Master of Science degree in Kineasology from the University of Hawaii in 2008. Stephen moved to Hawaii at Manoa in 1988 and is currently Emeritus Professor of Psychology at the University of Hawaii. For this article Megumi wrote the narrative and Steve took the photos. Steve and Megumi have traveled frequently, often by trekking, in the United States, Japan, Europe, South American, and Asia.
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Successfully and Efficiently Developing, Completing, Presenting, And Even Enjoying a Doctoral Dissertation in Psychology
by Stephen Haynes
This e-book presents guidelines for originating, developing, designing, writing, refining, conducting, progressing with, presenting, surviving, modifying, completing, and even enjoying a doctoral dissertation and master’s thesis in psychology.
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