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Florence Denmark (1154)

History, personality and social, psychology of women, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, teaching psychology
1932, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Short Biography
Florence Harriet Levin Denmark (born 1932) is an American psychologist and a past president of the American Psychological Association (APA). | More at Wikipedia
  • AB University of Pennsylvania, 1952
  • AM University of Pennsylvania, 1954
  • PhD University of Pennsylvania, 1958
Appointments & Honors
  • President, NY State Psychological Association 1972-3, Eastern Psychological Association, 1985-6, APA, 1980-1
  • National President, NY Psi Chi, 1978-80
  • Vice President, NY Academy of Sciences, 1984-
  • Hon. DHL, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology, 1985
  • Fellow, APA Divisions 1, 2, 8, 9, 31, 35, 44
  • APA Award for Distinguished Education and Training Contributions, 1987
  • Hon DHL Cedar Crest College, 1988
  • APA Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychology in the Public Interest, 1992
  • Hon. PsyD, Illinois School of Professional Psychology, 1995
  • Robert Scott Pace Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, Pace University
  • Associate Editor, International Journal of Group Tensions, 1971-84, Editorial Board, Sex Roles, 1975- , Psychology of Women Quarterly, 1975-7, Mind and Behavior, 1980- , and several other leading journals
Principal Publications
  • 1975 Dependent or Independent Variable? Psychological Dimensions (with R. Unger).
  • 1976 Woman: Volume 1 (A Professional Research Annual). Psychological Dimensions.
  • 1977 The psychology of women: An overview of an emerging field. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 3, 356-67.
  • 1977 Styles of leadership. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 2, 99-113.
  • 1978 A second look at adolescence theories. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 4, 375-9 (with H. M. Goodfield). · 1979 The Psychology of Women: Future Directions in Research. Psychological Dimensions (with J. A. Sherman).
  • 1979 Affiliation, achievement and power. In J. Shearman and F. L. Denmark (eds), The Psychology of Women: Future Directions in Research. Psychological Dimensions (with S. S. Tangri and S. McCandless).
  • 1979 Women in psychology in the United States. In A. M. Bruscor and S. M. Pfafflin (eds), Expanding the role of women in the sciences. Annals ofthe New York Academy of Sciences, 323, 65-78.
  • 1980 Psyche: From rocking the cradle to rocking the boat. American Psychologist, 35, 1057-65.
  • 1983 Integrating the psychology of women into introductory psychology. In CJ. Scheirer and A. M. Rogers (eds), The G. Stanley Hall Lecture Series. Washington APA.
  • 1984 Women's worlds: Ghetto, refuge or power base? Published as part of an edited collection for Praeger Publishing Co. In M. Safir, and N. Mednick (eds).
  • 1992 The thirty-something woman: To career or not to career. In B. R. Wainrib (ed.), Gender Issues Across the Life Cycle. Springer-Verlag.
  • 1992 Women in consulting: Three perspectives. Consulting Psychology Journal Practice and Research, 44, 1-13 (with J. S. Blanton, J. E. Adams and A. M. O'Roark).
  • 1993 Women, leadership, and empowerment. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 17, 343-56.