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David Shakow (1195)

Clinical, experimental, psychoanalysis
1901, New York, USA
1981, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Short Biography
David Shakow (1901-1981) was an accomplished American psychologist. He is perhaps best known for his development of the Scientist-Practitioner Model (or Boulder Model) of graduate training for clinical psychologists, adopted by the American Psychological ... Show more | More at Wikipedia
  • PhD Harvard University
  • DSc University of Rochester, 1976
Appointments & Honors
  • Chief, Laboratory of Psychology, Intramural Research Program, NIMH, 1954-66
  • Distinguished Scientific Contribution Award, APA
  • President, APA Division 12
  • Distinguished Contribution Award, APA Division 12
  • Stanley Dean Award
  • Award for Notable Contribution to Psychopathology, APA Division 12
  • Salmon Medal for Distinguished Service in Psychiatry
Principal Publications
  • 1946 The Nature of Deterioration in Schi:ophrenic Conditions.
  • 1961 Reaction time in schizophrenia and normal subjects as a function of preparatory and intertrial intervals. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 133, 283-7 (with T. P. Zahn and D. Rosenthal).
  • 1962 Segmental set. Archives of General Psychiatry, 6, 1-17.
  • 1963 Psychological deficit in schizophrenia. Behavioral Science, 8, 275-305.
  • 1963 Effects of irregular preparatory intervals on reaction time in schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 67, 44-52 (with T. P. Zahn and D. Rosenthal).
  • 1967 Some psychophysiological aspects of schizophrenia. Excerpta Medica Congress, series no. 151, The Origins of Schi:ophrenia. Proceedings of the First Rochester International Conference.
  • 1969 On doing research on schizophrenia. Archives ofGeneral Psychiatry, 20, 618-42.
  • 1977 Schi:ophrenia: Selected Papers.
  • 1979 Adaptation in Schizophrenia: The Theory of Segmental Set.