Roger L. Peterson (PhD, ABPP)

Professor and Distinguished Senior Scholar
Department of Clinical Psychology

Presentations

Peterson, R. L., Vincent, W. L., & Ober, M. D. (2008, May). The necessary common knowledge approach to broad and general education for clinical psychologists. In D. Richardson, (Moderator), Creative approaches to meeting the broad and general requirements for doctoral programs. Symposium conducted at the Accreditation Assembly, Minneapolis, MN.

Peterson, R. L. (2007, December). Doctoral level psychology accreditation PsyD/PhD. In S. L. Sweeney, (Chair), New ways of understanding student achievement in professional accreditation. Symposium conducted at the Annual meeting of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc. Boston, MA.

Peterson, R. L., & Vincent, W. L. (2007, October). Evidence based practice in professional psychology: The broader context. In E. Nightingale, (Chair), Evidence based practice in professional psychology: Issues and answers. Day long workshop conducted at the VA Maryland Health Care system, Baltimore, MD.

Peterson, R. L. (2007, March). Speculations on implications for training. Invited address at the New Training, Competency and Accreditation Initiatives: Enhancing Collaboration between Academic and Clinical Training, Massachusetts Psychological Association¸ Randolph, MA.

Peterson, R. L. (2007, January). NCSPP, the competencies, and a longer view. Keynote address at the NCSPP Mid-Winter Conference, Developing Our Competencies Through Clinical Training, Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Peterson, R. L. (2007, January). Discussant. In E. Nightingdale, (Chair), Evidence based practice in professional psychology. Symposium conducted at the 2007 Accreditation Assembly, St Petersburg Beach, FL.

Peterson, R. L., & Ober, M. D. (2007, January). Toward meaningful broad and general education for clinical psychologists. (Shortened version). In L. Phelps, (Chair), Broad and general preparation in professional psychology. Symposium conducted at the 2007 Accreditation Assembly, St Petersburg Beach, FL.

Peterson, R. L., & Ober, M. D. (2006, January). Toward meaningful broad and general education for clinical psychologists. In F. Collins, (Chair), Broad and general training: Models and challenges for university based scientist-practitioner programs. Symposium conducted at the Midwinter Meeting of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology, Tucson, AZ.

Peterson, R. L. (2005, September). Cultures in education and training. In C. Brewer (Moderator), Epistemological diversity in psychology. Symposium conducted at the American Psychological Association Educational Leadership Conference, Arlington Virginia.

Peterson, R. L., & Ober, M. D. (2005, April). Reconsidering assumptions: Toward half-time internships. Keynote address at the CAPIC Conference, The Half-Time Internship: Coming Into the Mainstream, Berkeley, CA.

Peterson, R. L. (2002, November). What competencies are about, what happened, and what we should do. Invited address at the Competencies Conference, 2002, Scottsdale, AZ

Peterson, R. L., (2001, January). What are the benefits and liabilities of reintegrating the now separate Boulder model and practitioner model? In D. McNeil, (Chair), Definitions, issues, and innovations in Boulder model training. Symposium conducted at the Midwinter Meeting of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology, Santa Barbara, CA.

Peterson, R. L., (2001, January). Respondent. To B. P. Karon, Professional formation of students. General session conducted at the Midwinter Meeting of the National Council of School and Programs of Professional Psychology, Freeport, Bahamas.

Peterson, R. L. (2000, October) Three perspectives on the impact of the center for research on psychological practice. In L. Mangione (Chair), Extending practitioner training toward applied research. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the New England Psychological Association, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine.

Peterson, R. L. (2000, August) Three perspectives on the impact of the center for research on psychological practice. In L. Mangione (Chair), Extending practitioner training toward applied research. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Peterson, R. L. (1998, August). Discussant. In A D. Blatt (Chair), Role of the PsyD practitioner in the next millennium. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Peterson, R. L. (1998, August). Social vision of professional psychology’s future. In R. F. Levant (Chair), Training psychologists for the future--Perspectives of professional school executives. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Peterson, R. L., & Pike, K. (1998, August). Learning the politics of evaluation. In B. L. Lewis (Chair), Integrating accountability procedures into practicum training for organized health care. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Peterson, R. L. (1998, February & March). Cognitive behavioral treatment plans. Workshop presentation at the Center for Mental Health & Retardation Services, Inc., Lexington, MA.

Peterson, R. L. (1998, January). Educating clinical psychologists for practice. In D. W. McNeil (Chair), Polishing the boulder. Symposium conducted at the midwinter meeting of the Council of University Directors of Clinical Psychology, San Diego, CA.

Peterson, R. L. (1997, January). Management, organizational psychology and public policy in professional curricula. Balancing innovation and public protection through reflective self-study. In M. B. Kenkel, (Chair), Clinical organizational issues. Symposium conducted at the midwinter meeting of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology, San Antonio, Texas.

Peterson, R. L. (1997, October). Social responsibility and professional psychology--Some key elements. Distinguished psychologist lecture, Widener University, Chester, PA. (Also presented at the University of Hartford).

Peterson, R. L. (1997, April). If we didn’t have a network of groups, we’d be building one or as compared to what? IBC workshop panel: “Challenges to behavioral healthcare provider networks.” East Hempstead, NH.

Peterson, R. L. (1996, January). Educating professional psychologists for the 21st century: Curriculum revision. Presentation to the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on “Innovations in Professional Psychology Education and Practice: Preparing for the New Millennium,” Clearwater Beach, FL.

Peterson, R. L. (1995, December). Keynote address: The future of psychology. Paper presented at a Continuing Education meeting of the Vermont Psychological Association, Burlington, Vermont.

Peterson, R. L., Hasazi, J, Miller, R, & Frey, W. F. (1995, December). Changes in academic preparation in the field of psychology. Panel presented at a Continuing Education meeting of the Vermont Psychological Association, Burlington, Vermont.

Peterson, R. L. (1995, August). Balancing innovation and public protection through reflective self-study. In D. Beidel (Chair), Education Miniconvention discussion: Interaction between self--study and the changing world of professional psychology. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, NY, NY.

Peterson, R. L. (1995, August). Discussion participant. In M. B. Kenkel (Chair), Discussion: Using Professional Psychology to educate and train professional psychology graduate students. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, NY, NY.

Peterson, R. L., Peterson, D. R., & Abrams, J. (1995, January). Standards for education in professional psychology : The integrated resolutions of the conferences of the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on "Standards for Education in Professional Psychology: Where are We?, Where are We Going?, and How Do We let People Know?," New Orleans, LA.

Peterson, R. L. (1995a, January). The dissemination of ideas in professional psychology: Toward cultural exchange. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on "Standards for Education in Professional Psychology: Where are We?, Where are We Going?, and How Do We let People Know?," New Orleans, LA.

Peterson, R. L. (1995b, January). Implementing dissemination in professional psychology. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on "Standards for Education in Professional Psychology: Where are We?, Where are We Going?, and How Do We let People Know?," New Orleans, LA.

Peterson, D. R., & Peterson, R. L. (1994, January). Ways of knowing in a profession: Toward an epistemology for the education of professional psychologists. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on "Standards for Education in Professional Psychology I: Reflection and Integration," Cancun, Mexico.

Peterson, R. L. (1994, January). Quality and "carrying the questions" in education for professional psychology. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on "Standards for Education in Professional Psychology I: Reflection and Integration," Cancun, Mexico.

Peterson, R. L., McHolland, J. D., Bent, R. J., Davis-Russell, E., Edwall, G. E., Polite, K., Singer, D. L., & Stricker, G. (1994, January). The core curriculum in professional psychology: The National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology San Antonio Conference, 1990. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on "Standards for Education in Professional Psychology: Reflection and Integration," Cancun, Mexico.

Peterson, R. L. (1993, August). The postmodern idea of local knowledge as it illuminates persistent dilemmas in psychology. In W. D. Lax (Chair), Implications of postmodern thinking for clinical psychology. Symposium conducted at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.

Peterson, R. L., & Peterson, J. S. (1993, June). Reality and local cultures with examples from psychology and law. Paper presented at the conference Inquiries in Social Construction, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH.

Peterson, R. L., & Lax, W. D. (1993, January). Toward theoretical and supervisory multiplicity. Paper in presented at the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on Training in Professional Psychology, La Jolla, CA..

Peterson, R. L. (1992, August). The marginalization of family theory, family therapy, and family issues in clinical training programs. In S. S. Lee & C. Thompson (Co-Chairs), Family issues in clinical psychology training. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Peterson, R. L., & Gold, S. N. (1992, January). Evaluation and the romantic and modernist cultures in clinical training programs: Toward collegiality. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on Evaluation in Professional Psychology, Bahamas.

Peterson, R. L. (1991, August). (Chair). Core curriculum in professional psychology: NCSPP's 1990 conference and beyond. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Peterson, R. L., & Stiglitz, E. (1991, January). Relationships between male faculty and female students in professional psychology training programs: Mentoring, sex, and empowerment. Paper prepared for the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on Women in Professional Psychology "Raising the Roof," Tucson, Arizona.

Edwall, G. E., & Peterson, R. L. (1991, January). Women in professional psychology: Theory, research, and methodology. Workgroup summary prepared for the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on Women in Professional Psychology "Raising the Roof," Tucson, Arizona.

Peterson, R. L. (1990, January). The social and relational context of the core curriculum conference: Introductory address. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on the Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology, San Antonio, Texas.

Peterson, R. L. (1990, January). The social construction of the core curriculum in professional psychology. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on the Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology, San Antonio, Texas.

Singer, D. L., Peterson, R. L., & Magidson, E. (1990, January). The self, the student, and the professional psychology core curriculum: Learning from the inside out. Paper presented at the National Council of Schools of Professional Psychology Midwinter Conference on the Core Curriculum in Professional Psychology, San Antonio, Texas.

Toye, R., Warshaw, S., Peterson, R. L., Hays, K., Powers, J., & Kalfas, N. (1988, May). The role of the state organization in professional affairs. Symposium presented at the annual meeting of the New Hampshire Psychological Organization, Concord, New Hampshire.

Peterson, R. L. (1987, May). HMOs in New Hampshire. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the New Hampshire Psychological Organization, Concord, New Hampshire.

Peterson, R. L. (1983, September). How adult professional learning occurs--deskilling and reskilling. Paper presented at the Antioch University Annual Educational Conference "Preparing adults for the leadership roles of the '80s and '90s", Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Peterson, R. L., & Chant, K. E. (1981, October). Collaboration between a counseling center and university police. Poster session paper presented at the meeting of the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors, Fontana, Wisconsin.

Niemi, C. A., Peterson, R. L., & Sylfven, S. T. (1981, March). The effect of group personal counseling on academic motivation and orientation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters.

Peterson, R. L. (1980, October). A group counseling emphasis at a university counseling center. Paper presented at the meeting of the Association of University and College Counseling Center Directors, Hyannis, Massachusetts.

Hodge, E. A. & Peterson, R. L. (1978, November). Group fantasy and its therapeutic implications. Professional workshop presented at the Second American Conference on the Fantasy and Imaging Process, Chicago.

Peterson, R. L., & Swensen, C. H. (1970, April). Interpersonal attraction as a function of personality factors. Paper presented at the meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, Louisville.