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Douglas Keith Candland Vita

Douglas Keith Candland Vita

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July, 2010
Douglas Keith CandlandAddresses: Office:Bucknell University Home: 125 Stein LaneLewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837 Lewisburg, Pennsylvania 17837(570) 577-1200 or 577-1431 (570) 524 2355(570) 577-7007 (fax)dcandlan@bucknell.edu
Editor, Review of General Psychology, 2002-2014.Associate Editor, Animal Learning and Behavior, 1976-1984.Consulting Editor, Journal of Comparative Psychology, 1988-1994.Consulting Editor, American Journal of Primatology, 1980-84.Member, Advisory Board and Editorial Board, The Teaching of Psychology, 1972-84.Bucknell University Press: Co-editor with the late C. R. Carpenter, series of "ThePrimates," 1974-Present. Editor: Series on Animal Behavior, 1978-Present.Editorial work for Harper and Row, MacMillan, McGraw-Hill, Oxford, and Academic.PCR: Films and Video in Behavioral Science, 1976-1980; 1986-1990.Books:Candland, D. K. For draft copy of 
Psychology of Mental Fossils, toward an archeo- psychology
, 2007. Renamed
 Archeopsychology and the Modern Mind,
2008. See www.douglascandland.com. Please comment todcandlan@bucknell.edu.Candland, D. K. Feral Children and Clever Animals; Reflections on Human Nature.New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993. (Paperback edition,September, 1995.)Candland, D. K. and Moyer, R. S. Psychology: The Experimental Approach, 2nd ed.New York: McGraw-Hill, 1978.1
Candland, D. K., Fell, J. P., Keen, J. E., Leshner, A. I., Plutchik, R., and Tarpy,R. M. Emotion. Monterey, California: Brooks/Cole, 1977.Also see: www.iuniverse.com.Candland, D. K. Psychology: The Experimental Approach. New York: McGraw-Hill,1968.Candland, D. K. and Campbell, J. F. Exploring Behavior, An Introduction toPsychology. New York: Basic Books, 1961. (Paperback edition,Crowell-Collier, 1963.)
 Books Edited:
Candland, D. K. Emotion--Bodily Change. Princeton: Van Nostrand, 1963.
 Documentary Films:
The Beast of Gevaudan (
La Bete de Gevaudan) working title, HistoryChannel,March, 2009.
National Geographic: “Feral Children”. Filmed in Uganda, 2006, premier,March 19, 2007.BBC (4) “The Boy who was Raised with Monkeys”. October 1999.CBS “Evening news with Dan Rather.”BBC (4) “The Rise and Rise of Animals Rights,” two parts, (commentator on changes inpublc perception of animals), October, 2000.` BBC (1) Interview on feral children, October 2001Clips from “The Boy…” used on Discovery, Believe it or Not.ARTE, French Television. Le Compagne Taxi-Brousse, January, 2005.Russian State Television, “Science and Insight”, January, 2005
B.A., Pomona College, 1956 with Honors. (1955-56; undergraduate research grant, SocialScience Research Council.)2
Ph.D., Princeton University, 1959. (1958-59, Predoctoral Research Fellow, NationalInstitute of Mental Health.)
Professional Experience:
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Bucknell University, 1960-64.Associate Professor of Psychology, Bucknell University, 1964-67.Professor of Psychology, Bucknell University, 1967-Present.Presidential Professor, 1973-1980.Professor of Psychology and Animal Behavior, Bucknell University, 1985-2002.Director, Program in Animal Behavior, Bucknell University, 1967-2002.Homer P. Rainey Professor of Psychology and Animal Behavior emeritus, 2002.
 Research Fellowships:
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Institute of Health, 1959-60, at Princeton University(with B.A. Campbell) and the University of Virginia (with F.W. Finger).Postdoctoral Fellow, National Science Foundation, 1967-68, at Delta Regional PrimateResearch Center of Tulane University (with W.A. Mason).Special Research Fellow, 1968-69, National Institute of Health, at the Pennsylvania StateUniversity (with C.R. Carpenter).
Visiting Professor, University of Stirling, Stirling, Scotland, UK, 1972-73.Visiting Professor, National Science Foundation, at the Applied Psychology Unit, NationalResearch Council, Cambridge University, UK, 1977-78.Fulbright Fellow, Indo-American Program, University of Mysore, India, 1983.Visiting Scholar, University of California at Berkeley, 1996-1997.
 Educational Administrative Experience:
Chair, Program in Animal Behavior, Bucknell University, 1969-2002.Chairman, Coordinating Committee on the Social Sciences, 1974-1977.Chairman, Department of Psychology, Bucknell University, 1970-1974, 1991-1992.Director, NSF-CAUSE Program to develop program in Environmental Science, 1978-1981.Director of Graduate Studies, Bucknell University, 1962-1964.Director, Knight Fellowship Program, 1991-1996
Teaching Awards:
Award for Distinguished Teaching in psychology for 1978. (American Psychologist, 1979, 34, 82-83).Animal Behavior Society Award for “Distinguished Contributions in Teaching AnimalBehavior.” 1999.Christian Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching (1971).3

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