Zuckerman, Marvin

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ZUCKERMAN, Marvin. American, b. 1928. Genres: Psychology. Career: Wayne County General Hospital, Eloise, MI, psychology intern, 1951-52; Norwich State Hospital, Norwich, CT, clinical psychologist, 1953-54; Larue D. Carter Memorial Hospital, Indianapolis, IN, clinical psychologist, 1954- 56; Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, assistant professor of psychology and research associate at Institute of Psychiatric Research, 1956- 60; Brooklyn College of the City University of New York, assistant professor of psychology, 1960-62; Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, associate professor of psychology, 1962-63; Albert Einstein Medical Center, Northern Div, Philadelphia, research associate in psychology, Dept of Endocrinology and Human Reproduction, 1963-69; University of Delaware, Newark, associate professor, 1969-71, professor of psychology, 1971-2002, director of training program in clinical psychology, 1976-83, Netherlands fellow of Institute for Advanced Study, 1987-88, member of Neuroscience Program, 1992-, distinguished lecturer, 1993, professor emeritus, 2002-. American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology, diplomate in clinical psychology, 1959; member of board of directors, Delaware Council on Gambling Problems, 1989-, and Delaware Addictions Coalition, 1990-; consultant to Crittenton Drug Rehabilitation Center; International Society for the Study of Personality and Individual Differences, president, 1985-87. Publications: (with B. Lubin) Test Manual for the Multiple Affect Adjective Check List, 1965; Emotions and Anxiety, 1976; Sensation Seeking: Beyond the Optimal Level of Arousal, 1979; The Biological Bases of Sensation Seeking, Impulsivity, and Anxiety, 1983; (with B. Lubin) Manual for the MAACL-R: The Multiple Affect Adjective Check List, 1985; The Psychobiology of Personality, 1991; Behavioral Manifestations and Biosocial Bases of Sensation Seeking, 1994; Vulnerability to Psychopathology, 1999. Contributor of articles and reviews to professional journals and edited books. Address: 1500 Locust St Apt 4013, Philadelphia, PA 19102-4326, U.S.A.