Professor and Chair of Psychology, Knox College Associate Editor at the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2006-2009. Distinguished Research Fellow for "Substantial Research Contributing to a Better Understanding of Quality of Life Issues," from the International Society for Quality of Life Studies, 2003.
Ph.D., Psychology, 1994, University of Rochester. M.A., Psychology, 1990, University of Rochester. B.A., Psychology with Honors, summa cum laude, 1988, Vanderbilt University. CHOICE Outstanding Academic Book, for The High Price of Materialism, American Library Association, 2002. Philip Green Wright / Lombard College Prize for Distinguished Teaching, 2000.
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