Josselson, Ruthellen (Lefkowitz)

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JOSSELSON, Ruthellen (Lefkowitz)

JOSSELSON, Ruthellen (Lefkowitz). American, b. 1946. Genres: Psychology. Career: University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, assistant professor of psychology, 1972-73; Towson State University, Baltimore, MD, assistant professor, 1975-82, associate professor, 1982-89, professor of psychology, 1989-, director of Clinical Concentration Program, 1975-; writer. Johns Hopkins University, associate research scientist, 1973-75; University of Paris, researcher at School of Medicine, 1982-83; Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Fulbright professor, 1989-90; Harvard University, visiting professor, 1992-93. Psychological Clinic (Ann Arbor, MI), clinical psychology intern, 1968-70; Massachusetts Mental Health Center, clinical fellow in psychiatry, 1970-71, staff psychologist, 1971-72; private practice of psychotherapy in Ann Arbor, 1972-73, and Baltimore, 1974-. A. K. Rice Institute, associate of Washington-Baltimore Center. Publications: Finding Herself: Pathways to Identity Development in Women, 1987; The Space between Us: Exploring the Dimensions of Human Relationships, 1992; (ed. with A. Lieblich) The Narrative Study of Lives: An Annual Review, 1993-96; Revising Herself: The Story of Women's Identity from College to Midlife, 1996. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor to psychology periodicals. Address: Department of Psychology, Towson State University, Baltimore, MD 21204, U.S.A.