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Spring 2011
 
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Andrew J. Kaiser, Ph.D. 
Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology 

Curriculum Vita

CONTACT INFORMATION:
Office Location: 113 McMullen
Office Phone: 563/333-6479
Department Phone: 563/333-6166
E-Mail: KaiserAndrewJ@sau.edu

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Spring 2011 - Teaching Schedule: Please click here

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology - Florida State University - 2003
M.S. in Clinical Psychology - Florida State University -1988
B.S. in Psychology -
University of Oklahoma - 1985

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PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS:
American Psychological Association
APA Division 2 -- Teaching Psychology
APA Division 41-- American Psychology & Law Society
Iowa Developmental Disabilities Council - Chairman (2010-11)
Iowa Psychological Association
Association for Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) 
Illinois/Iowa AHEAD (Past-President)

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity (NGI) 
Incompetent to Proceed (ITP) 
Psychoeducational Assessment of Learning Disabilities in Adults

AWARDS AND HONORS:
Phi Beta Kappa
Golden Key National Honor Society

Letzeiser Honor List
(Top Ten Outstanding Senior)
"One of the Best Professors" at Florida State University named by the Honors and                     Scholars Program
Program for Instructional Excellence Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award Florida State University

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS:

Kaiser, A. J. (2006). Best Practices for Documentation of Learning Disabilities in Adults. Invited Address: Presented at the ILLOWA AHEAD Regional Conference, Davenport, IA

Correa Kaiser, M. J. & Kaiser, A. J. (2003). Assessment and documentation of psychological disorders: What is needed for clients to be considered for disability services in higher education? Presented at the Iowa Psychological Association Spring Conference, Davenport, IA.

Kaiser, A. J. (2003). Psychological disorders and disability law: What do psychologists need to know? Presented at the Iowa Psychological Association Spring Conference, Davenport, IA.

Correa Kaiser, M. J.& Kaiser, A. J. (2002). Psychological disorders: Diagnosis and documentation. Presented at the Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, Honolulu, HI.

Kaiser, A. J. (2000). Interpretation of assessment batteries for LD/ADD and legal bases for accommodation. Presented at St. Ambrose Continuing Education Institute on Delivering Post-Secondary Services to Students with Disabilities, Davenport, IA.

Kaiser, A. J. (1999). Interpretation of assessment batteries for LD/ADD and legal bases for accommodation. Presented at Florida State Hospital Continuing Education, Chattahoochee, FL

Kaiser, A. J.(1999). Learning Disabilities/ADHD in adults: Interpretation of assessment batteries and accommodations. Presented at Ridgewater College at the Conference on Delivering Post-Secondary Services to Students with Disabilities, Willmar, MN.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:
Correa Kaiser, M. J., Kaiser, A. J., Richardson, N. J., & Fox, E. J. (2007). Perceptions of Graduate Admission Directors: Undergraduate Student Research Experiences: “Are All Research Experiences Rated Equally?”  Eye on Psi Chi.

Himadi, B. & Kaiser, A. J. (1992).  The modification of delusional beliefs: A single-subject evaluation.  Behavioral Residential Treatment, 7, 1-14.

Himadi, B., Osteen, F., Kaiser, A. J., & Daniel, K. (1991).  Assessment of delusional beliefs during the modification of delusional verbalizations.  Behavioral Residential Treatment, 6, 355-366.


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