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Fillable Printable Sample Curriculum Vitae - Academic

Fillable Printable Sample Curriculum Vitae - Academic

Sample Curriculum Vitae - Academic

Sample Curriculum Vitae - Academic

Sample Curriculum Vitae- Academic
Your Name
College or Department
University Name
City, State and Zip Code 10098
Office: (XXX) XXX-XXXX
EDUCATION
Jan. 1993 to July 1996
Ph.D. Psychology
Simon Fraser University
Dissertation: A Test of Bartholomew's Four-category Model of Attachment in a
Clinical Sample of Adolescents, Chair, Dr. Robert Johnson.
Sept. 1990 to Nov. 1992
M.A. Psychology
Simon Fraser University
Sept. 1984 to April 1988
B.A.(Honors) Psychology
University of Western Ontario
HONORS AND AWARDS
1996 to 1998 Social Science and Humanities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship
1996 International Network on Personal Relationships Student Travel Award
1996 International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships Student Travel Award
1995 Simon Fraser University President's Research Stipend
1994 to 1996 Social Science and Humanities Research Council Doctoral Fellowship
1994 American Psychological Association Student Travel Award
1994 Simon Fraser University Graduate Fellowship
1992 Simon Fraser University Graduate Fellowship
1990 Simon Fraser University Graduate Fellowship
1984 to 1988 Petro Canada Undergraduate Scholarship
ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIPS
American Psychological Association
International Network on Personal Relationships
International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
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THESES
Last name, First initial. (1996). A test of Bartholomew's Four-category Model of Attachment in
a Clinical Sample of Adolescents, Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Simon Fraser University.
Last name, First initial. (1992). Eight-month Stability of Adult Attachment Patterns,
Unpublished Masters thesis, Simon Fraser University.
Last name, First initial. (1988). A Comparison of Stranger-Infant and Mother-Infant Interaction
During Face-to-face Play, Unpublished Honors thesis, University of Western Ontario.
PUBLISHED PAPERS
Last name, First initial., & Last name, First initial of co-author. (1995). Accommodation
strategies and attachment in young couples. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships , 12
, 389-401.
Last name, First initial., & Last name, First initial of co-author. (1994). Reliability and stability of
adult attachment patterns. Personal Relationships , 1 , 23-43.
MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW
Last name, First initial. & Last name, First initial of co-author. (1996). Do you remember?:
Recollections of adult attachment patterns. Personal Relationships .
MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Last name, First initial of co-author., & Last name, First initial. (1995). Adult attachment,
attribution processes, and relationship quality in young couples .
Last name, First initial. (1995). Do you see what I see?: Individual differences of adult
attachment and the recognition of facial expressions .
WORK IN PROGRESS
Last name, First initial of co-author., & Last name, First initial. (1995). Redefining adult
attachment: A comparison of Bowlby's and Chodorow's theory of relationships . (Audiotape
coding is nearing completion and preliminary data is analyzed).
Last name, First initial., & Last name, First initial of co-author. (1995). A two-year examination
of reliability and stability of adult attachment patterns (Data from the two-year session is
collected and the audiotape coding is underway).
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Last name, First initial. & Last name, First initial of co-author. (1995). Discrepancies between
caregiver and adolescent reports of attachment patterns and severity of psychological
symptoms(Data from this study is currently being analyzed).
CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Last name, First initial. (1995, October). Attachment representations in a sample of
adolescents diagnosed with conduct disorder . Paper presented at the American Academy of
Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Last name, First initial. (1995). Measuring attachment representations in a clinical sample of
adolescents. [Abstract]. The Canadian Child Psychiatric Bulletin,5, 21.
Last name, First initial. (1995, August). Individual differences in attachment and the
interpretation of facial expressions . Paper presented at the American Psychological
Association Convention, New York, New York.
Last name, First initial., & Last name, First initial of co-author. (1994, July). Eight-month
retrospective memory of self-report attachment representations . Paper presented at the
Seventh International Conference on Personal Re lationships, Groningen, The Netherlands.
Last name, First initial. (1994). Individual differences in attachment representations and the
ability to identify emotional expressions. [Abstract] Canadian Psychology , 35 , 143.
Last name, First initial. (1993, June). Issues in reliability and stability when measuring adult
attachment . Paper presented at the 13th Annual Psychology Department Convention, Simon
Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia.
Last name, First initial., Last name, First initial of co-author., & Last name, First initial of co-
author. (1992, July). Eight-month stability of adults' internal models of attachment . Paper
presented at the Sixth International Conference on Personal Relationships, Orono, Maine.
Last name, First initial., Last name, First initial of co-author., & Last name, First initial of co-
author. (1992). Eight-month stability of adults' attachment representations. [Abstract] Canadian
Psychology , 33 , 380.
REVIEWING ACTIVITIES
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships
Personal Relationships
Personal Relationships
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Sept. 1990 to present
Research Assistant, Simon Fraser University. Duties: interviewing research participants,
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coding research interviews, supervising resear ch assistants, responding to correspondence,
collaborating on longitudinal study of young couples.
Oct. 1993 to present
Researcher, Maples Adolescent Treatment Center, Burnaby, B.C. While collecting my
dissertation data at the Maples Adolescent Treatment Center, I have been a member of a
multidisciplinary research team. Currently we are working on several projects, including
evaluation of the treatment program, psychosocial functioning of the adolescents during their
residential stay , as well as 6, 12, and 18 months later, and discrepancies between adolescent
and parent reports of attachment patterns and psychological functioning. These projects are at
various stages of data collection. We are also designing a 2 year follow-up to test the stability
of their attachment representations (data collection will begin in December 1995). This is an
unpaid research position.
Feb. 1995 to July 1995
Research Consultant, Department of Psychology, University of Long Island. Duties: Coded
research interviews, training and individual consultation with project coordinators.
Jan. 1993 to Apr. 1994
Research Consultant, Department of Psychology, University of New York. Duties: Coded
research interviews in a sample of cancer patients, individual consultation with project
coordinators.
Jan. 1991 to Aug. 1992
Research Consultant, Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia. Duties:
Coded research interviews in a sample of abusive men and their wives.
Nov. 1990 to Oct. 1993
Research Consultant, Stanford University, Program for the Study of Conscious and
Unconscious Mental Processes. Duties: Coded research interviews in a sample of therapy
clients and individuals coping with the death of a parent or spouse.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Jan. 1996 to Apr. 1996
Supervisor and Tutor-marker, Distance Education Center, Simon Fraser University.
Course: Adolescent Development
Sept. 1995 to Dec. 1995
Sessional Lecturer, School of Family and Nutritional Sciences, University of British Columbia
Course: Parent-child relationships across the lifespan.
Jan. 1994 to Apr. 1994
Teaching Assistant, Simon Fraser University (SFU)
Course: Introduction to Social Psychology
Sept. 1993 to Dec. 1993
Instructor, Bartholomew's attachment coding system, SFU
Responsibilities included designing course program and content, conducting weekly seminars
for undergraduate and graduate students, and individual consultation.
Jan. 1993 to Apr. 1993
Teaching Assistant, SFU
Course: Introductory Statistics
Sept. 1992 to Dec. 1992
Teaching Assistant, SFU
Course: Introduction to Developmental Psychology
Jan. 1992 to Apr. 1992
Teaching Assistant, SFU
Course: Developmental Psychology: Adolescence
Sept. 1991 to Dec. 1991
Teaching Assistant, SFU
Course: Developmental Psychology: Adulthood and Aging
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COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIPS
Sept. 1995 to present
Member, University Harassment Policy Committee
(This 5 member university committee is mandated to revise the current SFU Harassment
Policy)
June 1995 to May 1996
Member, Senate Committee on Academic Planning
Simon Fraser University
June 1995 to May 1996
Member, Senate Committee on University Budget
Simon Fraser University
Jan 1994 to June 1994
Member, Vice-President Research Search Committee
Simon Fraser University
Jan. 1993 to Apr. 1994
Psychology representative, Simon Fraser Student Society, Graduate Issues Committee
Jan. 1994 to Sept. 1995
Graduate Representative, Senate Graduate Awards Adjudication
Simon Fraser University
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