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Educational Background 

B. A., Psychology The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1971
M.A., Psychology
(second area--Mathematics), Cum Laude
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1973
Ph.D., Developmental Psychology University of Florida, 1989
Postdoctorate: Department of Human Development and Family Studies, The Center for Developmental and Health Research Methodology, The Pennsylvania State University    
Fellowships/       
Scholarships 
Melton Foundation Scholarship, 1985-1987
MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Successful Aging Fellowship, 1989-1991
Certificates   Certificate in Gerontology, The Center for Gerontological Studies, University of Florida, 1990
Dissertation Slowing with Age as an Explanation for Age Changes in Fluid Intelligence. Advisor: Walter R. Cunningham
Memberships  The American Psychological Association
The Gerontological Society of America
The Eastern Psychological Association
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Occupational  Background

Current position

Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Shippensburg University. At Shippensburg University since 1992.

Previous positions

Visiting Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, The College of William & Mary, 1991-1992.

Research Associate/ Postdoctorate Fellow, The Center for  Developmental and Health Research Methodology, College of Health and Human Development, the Pennsylvania State, 1989-1991

Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Psychology  and Department of Child  Psychiatry, University of Florida, 1985-1989.                                              

Researcher, Brookdale Institute of Gerontology and Adult  Human Development, Jerusalem, Israel, 1976-1985. 
                                     
Researcher, Henrietta Szold Institute, Jerusalem, Israel, 1972-1976.

Teaching Assistant, Department of Psychology, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1969-1972.