About the Author
Stephen F. Davis is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Emporia State University. He served as the 2002-2003 Knapp Distinguished Professor of Arts and Sciences at the University of San Diego. Currently, he is Distinguished Guest Professor at Morningside College and Visiting Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Texas Wesleyan University. Since 1966, he has published over 325 articles, 30 textbooks, and presented over 900 professional papers; the vast majority of these publications and presentations include student coauthors. He has served as president of the Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP; Division 2 of the American Psychological Association [APA]), Southern Society for Philosophy and Psychology, Southwestern Psychological Association, and Psi Chi. In addition, he received the first Psi Chi Florence L. Denmark Faculty Advisor Award. He is a fellow of APA Divisions 1 (General), 2 (STP), 3 (Experimental), and 6 (Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology), and a recipient in 1988 of the American Psychological Foundation's (APF) Distinguished Teaching of Psychology Award.
Carolyn A. Licht was appointed to the position of Supervising Psychologist/Coordinator of Psychiatric Residencies for the Office of Counseling and Psychological Services at Fordham University in New York in July 2011. Previously she served as a staff psychologist in the Family Care Center at Harlem Hospital working in the pediatric and adult infectious disease medical clinics specializing in the care of individuals infected and affected by HIV, substance use, and trauma. She received her PhD in Clinical Psychology with a child and family specialization from Fordham University's Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Bronx, NY in 2007, and was licensed in New York State in 2009 after completing her predoctoral internship at Jacobi Medical Center and her postdoctoral fellowship as a Columbia University Medical Center affiliate at Harlem Hospital. Areas of research, publication, and/or presentation include occupational stress, ADHD, family systems constructs, issues related to disclosure and neurocognitive functioning in pediatric HIV, and clinical management of triply diagnosed patients. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and New York State Psychological Association as well as Psi Chi (National Honor Society in Psychology), Sigma Xi (The Scientific Research Society), Phi Kappa Phi, Omnicron Delta Kappa, and Alpha Chi (honor societies reflecting academic excellence).