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Activities and Awards

Editorial Duties

Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Health Psychology, 2008-present.

Member of the Editorial Board, Prevention in Human Services, 1986-1995. Renamed Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 1996-present.

Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Community Psychology, 1983-1986, 2007-present.

Member of the Editorial Board, Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health & Behavior, 2013-present.

Member of the Editorial Board, Bulletin of the IACFS/ME, 2007-2010.
Member of the Editorial Board, The Journal of Primary Prevention, 1983-1986. Appointed Associate Editor, 1986-2007.

Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 1997-2008.

Member of the Editorial Board, Special Services in the Schools, 1984-2008.

Member of the Editorial Board, American Journal of Community Psychology, 1978-1991. Associate Editor, 1983-1987.

Member of the Editorial Board, Professional Psychology, 1978-1991.

Member of the Editorial Board, Behaviorists for Social Action, 1983-1991. Renamed Behavior and Social Issues, 1992-1994.

Member of the Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1986-1991.

Member of the Editorial Board, The CIFDS Research Letter, 1999-2010.

Editor, The Community Psychologist, 1985-1988.

Other Activities:

American Psychological Association’s award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research, 2015.

DePaul University College of Science and Health award for Excellence in Research, 2013.

Member of the Board of Directors, International Association for CFS/ME, 2001-2009, 2012.

Member of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee, 2006-2012.

Perpich award for distinguished service to the IACFS/ME and the CFS/ME community, 2011.

Tom Fellows award for outstanding contributions to the Oxford House organization, 2011.

Vice President, International Association for CFS/ME, 2004-2009.

Awarded the  Dutch ME-Foundation International ME-Award for outstanding work in the past ten years in the field of CFS, 2003.

Member of the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Coordinating Committee, 2000-2003.

DePaul University’s Cortelyou-Lowery Award for Excellence, 1998.

The American Psychological Association’s Karl F. Heiser Award for Advocacy, 1998.

Society for Community Research and Action’s  Distinguished Contributions to Theory and Research Award, 1997.

United States Patent (Number 5,142,358), “Earn per view television viewing regulation device,” Aug. 25, 1992.

Mentorship Award from the Society for Community Research and Action of the American Psychological Association, 1991.

President, Division of Community Psychology of the American Psychological Association, 1989-90.

Member of the Child and Family and Prevention Subcommittee, Life Course and Prevention Research Review Committee of the National Institute of Mental Health, 1987-1991.

Member of the Board of Trustees, Illinois Self-Help Clearinghouse, 1987-1991 (Vice Chairperson, 1988, Chairperson, 1989-90).

President, Behavior Analysis Society of Illinois, 1985-87.

National Coordinator, Division of Community Psychology of the American Psychological Association, 1980-1983.