Lewis Goldberg

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Lewis R. Goldberg is an American personality psychologist and a professor emeritus at the University of Oregon. Among his other accomplishments, Goldberg is closely associated with the Big Five taxonomy of personality. He has published well over 100 research articles and has been active on editorial boards.

[edit] Education

  • 1949-1953 Harvard University: A.B. in Social Relations
  • 1953-1958 University of Michigan: Ph.D. in Psychology

[edit] Professional history

1958-1960 Acting Assistant Professor, Stanford University

1960-present Assistant Professor to Professor Emeritus, University of Oregon

1961-Present Research Scientist to Senior Scientist, Oregon Research Institute

1962-1966 U. S. Peace Corps: Field Selection Officer

1966-1967 Fulbright Professor, University of Nijmegen, Netherlands

1970-1971 Visiting Professor, University of California at Berkeley

1973-1977 Personality and Cognition Research Review Committee: National Institute of Mental Health

1974-1975 Fulbright Professor, Istanbul University, Turkey

1979-1980 Graduate Record Examination Board Research Committee

1980-1986 Intelligence Division: U. S. Secret Service

1981-1982 Fellow, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study

1984-1988 Cognition, Emotion, and Personality Research Review Committee: National Institute of Mental Health

[edit] External links

  • [1] Goldberg's homepage


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