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Department of Clinical and Health Psychology
College of Public Health and Health Professions
Productivity Report
2002-2008

1. Admissions Data

Year Applied Offered Admission Enrolled
Fall 2007 378 19 15
Fall 2006 317 22 15
Fall 2005 290 20 14
Fall 2004 361 22 17
Fall 2003 328 24 17

2. Degrees Awarded

Academic Year Number Receiving Degrees
2006-2007 14 M.S., 17 Ph.D., 31 Total degrees
2005-2006 12 M.S., 7 Ph.D., 19 Total degrees
2004-2005 13 M.S., 13 Ph.D., 26 Total degrees
2003-2004 16 M.S., 14 Ph.D., 30 Total degrees
2002-2003 12 M.S., 12 Ph.D., 24 Total degrees

3. External (Extramural) Funding for Research

Year Total New Awarded Accumulated Total
2006-2007 $5,902,971 $33,774,449
2005-2006 $5,541,929 $27,871,478
2004-2005 $6,298,459 $22,329,549
2003-2004 $7,324,082 $16,031,090
2002-2003 $8,707,008 $8,707,008

4. External (Extramural) Funding for Research from Federal Granting
Agencies

Year Total New Awarded Accumulated Total
2006-2007 $4,552,895 $28,660,897
2005-2006 $4,926,249 $24,108,002
2004-2005 $5,298,259 $19,181,753
2003-2004 $6,201,987 $13,883,494
2002-2003 $7,681,507 $7,681,507






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5. Total Number of Faculty who are Principal Investigators on Awarded
Grants

Year Number of Faculty Principal Investigators
2006-2007 19
2005-2006 19
2004-2005 18
2003-2004 17
2002-2003 18

6. Federally Funded Training Grants

Year K3 NRSA P50 T32
2006-20071 4 1 2
2005-2006 6 2 2
2004-2005 1 5 1 2
2003-20042 1 6 1 2
2002-2003 1 9 1 2
NOTES: 'One R-36 (minority dissertation award) in 2006-2007; One R-03
(minority dissertation award) in 2003-2004; 3One K-award in 2007-2008.

Currently active T32 awards:

Interdisciplinary Training Program in Physical, Cognitive, and Mental Health in
Older Adults (T32). Program Director: Michael Marsiske, Ph.D.

Training in Treatment Outcome Research for Children (T32). Program Director:
Stephen Boggs, Ph.D.

7. Collections for Clinical Services

Year Clinical Contract Total
Collections Collections
2006-2007 $1,294,334 $534,647 $1,828,981
2005-2006 $1,078,135 $318,112 $1,396,247
2004-2005 $1,021,830 $299,774 $1,321,604
2003-2004 $936,394 $290,848 $1,227,242
2002-2003 $823,803 $292,741 $1,116,544
NOTE: Average of 10,726 visits/year

8. National Awards Received by the Department Since 2000.

American Psychological Association Board of Scientific Affairs Departmental
Award for Culture of Service in the Psychological Sciences (2007)






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American Psychological Association of Graduate Students: APA Department of
the Year Award (2001)

9. Faculty and Student Awards

Faculty Awards

Russell M. Bauer: 2006 Distinguished Neuropsychologist Award (one given
nationally); American Academy of Clinical Neuropsychology (June 16, 2006);
2005-2006 President, American Psychological Association Division of Clinical
Neuropsychology (40); 2003-2004 Doctoral Dissertation Advisor/Mentoring
Award, University of Florida

Duane Dede: October 2003 Walter B. Jones Award as the Mentor of the Year
(Florida Education Fund's McKnight Doctoral Fellowship Program)

Bruce Crosson: 2008 Advanced Research Career Scientist, Veterans'
Administration Rehabilitation Research and Development Service (award to
start 1/09 after current award expires); 2004-2008: Research Career Scientist
Award, Department of Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation Research and
Development Service (January 2004-December 2008); 2005-present: Honorary
Professor, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of
Queensland, Brisbane, Australia

Sheila EyberR: 2007 American Psychological Association Award for
Distinguished Contributions to Education and Training in Psychology; 2008
Nicholas Hobbs Award for Child Advocacy, American Psychological Association
Division 38; 2008 Distinguished Contribution Award, Society of Child and
Adolescent Psychology (Division 53, American Psychological Association); Past-
President, Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice (Division 37, APA);
Past-President, Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (Division 53,
APA); Past-President, Society of Pediatric Psychology (Division 54, APA); Past-
President, Southeastern Psychological Association

Eileen Fennell: 2004 Fellow, National Academy of Neuropsychology; 2003
College of Public Health and Health Professions Alumnus of the Year

David Janicke: Virginia Tech, College of Sciences Alumnus of the Year, 2007.

Thomas Kerkhoff: APA Fellow, Division 22, awarded 1/1/07.

Marie-Claude Laplante: Outstanding Dissertation Award, Canadian
Psychological Association, 2004.

Peter J. Lang: 2008: Honoris Causa, Psychology, Ph.D., University Jaume,
Spain; 2007: Honoris Causa, Psychology, Ph.D., University of Granada, Spain;
2004: Distinguished International Educator Award, University of Florida.






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Michael Marsiske: 2002 Fellow, Behavioral and Social Sciences, Gerontological
Society of America; 1995-present: Member, Executive Committee, Division 20,
Adult Development and Aging, American Psychological Association

Christina McCrae: 2007 Semifinalist, Brookdale leadership in Aging Fellowship;
2005 Fellow, Brookdale Foundation/NIH Summer Research Institute on Design
and Conduct of Randomized Clinical Trials Involving Behavioral and Social
Interventions; 2005 Delegate at Large, Pike's Peak leadership Conference on
Clinical Geropsychology; 2004 University Scholars Mentor, University of Florida;
2003 Gerontology Teacher of the Year, Sigma Phi Omega, University of Florida

Michael Perri: 2008 Samuel Turner Award for Outstanding Achievement in
Clinical Research, American Psychological Association

Catherine Price: 2007 Fellowship, International Society of Vascular Behavioural
and Cognitive Disorders; 2003 Travel Scholarship, International Society of
Vascular Behavioural and Cognitive Disorders

Ronald Rozensky: American Psychological Association Division of International
Psychology: 2007 Outstanding International Psychologist; 2001 Distinguished
Educator for the Association of Psychologists in Academic Health Centers, 2004-
2006 American Psychological Association Board of Directors

Student Awards

Yu-Ling Chang: 2007 Laird Cermak Award for Best Paper in Memory Disorders,
International Neuropsychological Society (one given internationally per year).

Sarah Cook: AARP Scholars Program Award in 2005 from the AARP Office of
Academic Affairs

Neha Dixit: 2006-2007 Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, American Heart Association

Joseph Dzierziewski: 2007 Honorable Mention: Excellence in Research by a
Student Member Division 12, Section II, American Psychological Association;
2006 Thesis Proposal Award, Division 20, American Psychological Association
and the Retirement Research Foundation (one proposal awarded nationally)

Stacy Dodd: 2006 PNIRS (Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society) Travel
Award to 13th Annual PNIRS Meeting

Vonetta Jones Dotson: 2004-2006, National Institute on Aging R03 Award
(R03AG024539), "Double Jeopardy: Cognitive Decline in Depression Et Aging"

Adam Hirsch: 2004-2007 Kirschstein National Research Service Award (F31)
from NINDS/NIH; 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007: Young Investigator Travel Award from
the American Pain Society.






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Mary Keeley: 2007 Graduate Student Research Grant from APA Division 53:
Society for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology

Emily King: 2006 American Psychological Association, Division 40 Scientific
Advisory Committee Award for best student research paper in Cognitive
Neuroscience (2006 APA National Convention)

Lindsey Kirsch-Darrow: 2007-2009 Kirschstein National Research Service Award,
National Institute of Health/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and
Stroke; 2006 Fellow, Vivian Smith Summer Institute of the International
Neuropsychological Society; August 2007 Scholarship to Friday Harbor Advanced
Psychometrics Methods Workshop, University of Washington/University of
California Davis

Michael Larson: 2006-2007 Kirschstein National Research Service Award,
National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and
Stroke

Andrea Lee: 2006 Student Research Award, APA Division 22, Rehabilitation
Psychology; Best poster for the Division 22 section at the 2006 APA national
convention.

Kristen Marciel: Student Traineeship, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (Stipend
award for research in cystic fibrosis); Student Spotlight Award Division 54,
Society of Pediatric Psychology (Outstanding student award in Pediatric
Psychology); Predoc T32 University of Florida Fellowship "Training in
Treatment Outcome Research for Child Populations" T32 HD007524-04

Sarah McCann: 2006 Fellow, Vivian Smith Summer Institute of the International
Neuropsychological Society

Kimberly Miller: 2005 American Psychological Association/American
Psychological Foundation Manfred Meier Neuropsychology Scholarship

Adrienne Aiken Morgan: 2007-2008, National Institute on Aging R36 Award
(R36AG029664), "Examining the effects of improved physical fitness on
cognitive/psychological functioning in older adults"; 2004-2007, National
Institute on Aging Minority Supplement (3U01AG014276-0851)

Lisa Nackers: 2008 Meritorious Student Award, Society of Behavioral Medicine
("Impact of Initial Rate of Weight Loss on Long-Term Success")

Lisa McTeague: 2006 Smadar Levin Award at the 20th annual meeting of the
Society for Research in Psychopathology; 2005 Student Poster Award at the
45th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Lisbon,
Portugal; 2005 New York Academy of Sciences Travel Fellowship; 2004 Elsie
Ramos Student Poster Award at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Association for
the Advancement of Behavior Therapy; 2004 APA Advanced Training Initiative






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Fellowship Program in Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Massachusetts
General Hospital; 2003 First Place Student Poster Award at the 19th annual
meeting of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Chicago, IL;
2003 Kirschstein National Research Service Award, National Institute of Mental
Health (NIMH) National Research Service Award (NRSA): Traumatic Exposure,
PTSD, and Physiological Reactivity (Awarded March 2003; 39 month duration)

Ania Mikos: 2007-2008: Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarship
This is an award for graduate students of Polish descent ($2,000); 2008
International Neuropsychology Society Poster Award

Kimberly Miller: 2004-2007 Kirschstein National Research Service Award,
National institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke; 2006 Vivian Smith
Summer Institute Fellowship, International Neuropsychological Society.

Lisa Nackers: 2008 Meritorious Student Abstract, Society of Behavioral
Medicine National Meeting
Wendy Novoa: 2007 David Pilon Scholarship for Training in Professional
Psychology (American Psychological Association for Graduate Students (APAGS)

Katie Rickel: 2007 Meritorious Student Abstract Award from Society of
Behavioral Medicine.

Bonnie Sachs: 2007 Benton-Meier Neuropsychology Scholarship (one of two
nationally), American Psychological Foundation/American Psychological
Association; 2006 Epilepsy Foundation Behavioral Sciences Student Fellowship;
2006 Advanced Training Institute Fellowship in Functional Magnetic Resonance
Imaging; 2005 National Academy of Neuropsychology Student Poster Award

Timothy Sannes: Intramural Research Training Award Fellow, National
Institutes of Health (NIH), National Center for Complementary and Alternative
Medicine (NCCAM), Bethesda, MD

Lauren (Vazquez) Sowell: Kirschstein National Research Service Award from
the National Institutes of Health (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute),
2006

Utaka Springer: 2007 Benton-Meier Neuropsychology Scholarship (two given
nationally), American Psychological Association/American Psychological
Foundation; 2006 Fellow, Vivian Smith Summer Institute of the International
Neuropsychological Society

Zvinka Zlatar: Summer 2004 National Institutes of Health Biomedical
Research Infrastructure Network Fellowship, University of Nevada, Las Vegas,
Title: Age Differences in Bilingual Health Communications; Summer 2007
Florida Board of Education Summer Fellowship Program, University of Florida


10. Ranking Data






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2008 US News and World Report: Overall: 25, AAU Public: 15 (120 programs
ranked)

2007: Ranked #4 in overall scholarly productivity (total publications) among
166 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology programs. (Source: Stewart, PK, Roberts, MC, Et
Roy, KM (2007). Scholarly productivity in clinical psychology PhD programs: A
normative assessment of publication rates. Clinical Psychology: Science and
Practice, 14, 157-171.)

11. Additional Productivity Data

1) 1997-2006 Performance on National Licensing Examination (Examination
for the Professional Practice of Psychology, or EPPP): 1997-2006. Data reveals
that the average CHP graduate scores more than 1 standard deviation above
the national average on the EPPP.

Examination Cohort Number Taking Exam Average Score (SD)
Graduates of UF CHP 82 164.7 (13.7)
National Cohort 4355 156.4 (7.44)
Source:
http://www.asDDppb.or/publications/pdf/Psycholocqy%20Licensinq%20 Exam%20S
cores%20bv%20Doctoral%20Proaram%20comDlete%20document.pdf

2) Faculty Memberships on NIH Study Sections and Review Panels

Russell M. Bauer: 2005-present: Member, NIH Loan Repayment Review Group;
2002-2004: Member, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of
Health, BBBP-4 Review Committee

Dawn Bowers: August 2006: Special Emphasis Panel (ZRR1 BT-8 01),
Interdisciplinary Research Consortium NIH; February 2006: Special Emphasis
Panel, Brief Start Review Program, NIA/NIH; February 2005: Special Emphasis
Panel (SRG 2006/01), Cognition Et Perception Review Group, NIMH; Feb/June
2004: Ad hoc review: Biobehavioral Mechanisms of Emotion, Stress, and Health
(MESH) Review Group, National Institutes of Health; 2002-2003: Special Review
Group, Minority Research Infrastructure Support Program (MRISP)

Bruce Crosson: 2002: Member, NIMH Special Emphasis Panel, Translational
Research Centers in Behavioral Science (April 2002)

Sheila Eyberg: March 2006-2008: Member, NIMH Loan Repayment Review
Group; 2004: Member, NIMH Special Emphasis Panel; 2003: Reviewer, NIMH
Behavioral Science Track Award for Rapid Transition Program

David Janicke: Special Emphasis Panel on Translational Research for Diabetes
for NIDDK, October 2006, March 2008.






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Michael Marsiske: 2007: Member, Special Emphasis Panel (Berkeley Growth
Studies/Program Project), National Institute on Aging; 2006: Member, Special
Emphasis Panel (T32/Training Review, ZAG1 ZIJ-9 (J1) 1), National Institute on
Aging; 2005: Member, Special Emphasis Panel (HRS/Ahead Study), National
Institute on Aging; 2003-2005: Chair, Behavior and Social Science of Aging
Review Committee, National Institute on Aging (NIA-S); 2001-2003: Member,
Behavior and Social Science of Aging Review Committee, National Institute on
Aging (NIA-S); 2003: Member, Special Emphasis Panel (Roybal Centers for
Translational Research), National Institute on Aging

Christina McCrae: Member, National Institutes of Health/National Institute on
Drug Abuse, Special Emphasis Panel, ZDA1 GXM-A 27 1, Roadmap Facilitating
Interdisciplinary Research, July 9-10, 2007

Deidre Pereira: Member, 2007-preseent: Member, Department of Defense,
Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs, Breast Cancer Research
Program; Member, 2005-present: ZCA1 SRLB-H (Ml), Special Emphasis Panel,
Small Grants for Behavioral Research in Cancer Control, National Cancer
Institute, Member, 2005 Present

2) Faculty Editorial Responsibilities: 2 Journal Editors (Bauer, Rozensky), 17
additional Editorial Board memberships (37 journals)

3) External Professional Leadership Roles

APA Board of Directors (Rozensky)
Chair, APA Board of Educational Affairs (Rozensky)
Member, APA Council of Representatives (Fennell)
Member, APA Council of Representatives (Rozensky)
Board of Directors, American Board of Clinical Neuropsychology (Bauer,
Crosson, Fennell)
Board of Directors, American Board of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology
(Johnson)
Board of Directors, the International Neuropsychological Society (Bauer,
Crosson, Loring)
President, APA Division of Clinical Neuropsychology (Bauer, Fennell)
Scientific Advisory Board of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (Lang)

4) Advanced Specialty Recognition

Several faculty have demonstrated advanced competence in the practice of a
specialty in professional psychology through examination and board
certification by the various specialty boards of the American Board of
Professional Psychology. These include:

Clinical Psychology: Drs. Sheila Eyberg, Michael Perri and Ronald Rozensky






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Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology: Drs. Stephen Boggs, Sheila Eyberg,
and James Johnson;
Rehabilitation Psychology: Drs. Robert Guenther, Thomas Kerkhoff;
Clinical Neuropsychology: Drs. Russell Bauer, Bruce Crosson, Eileen Fennell,
Tannahill Glenn, and David Loring
Clinical Health Psychology: Dr. Ronald Rozensky

5) UF Foundation Research Professors

Dawn Bowers (2006-2009)
Bruce Crosson (2000-2003)
Sheila Eyberg (2002-2005); Distinguished Professor 2005
Michael Robinson (2002-2005)




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