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Previous Max L. Hutt Lecturers


Peter E. Nathan, Ph.D.
Distinguished Professor of Psychology
University of Iowa

Empirically Supported Treatments and Practice Guidelines:  Not Yet Ideal






Wilbert J. McKeachie, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Psychology
University of Michigan

Learning and Teaching in a Medical School






Norman B. Anderson, Ph.D.

Director, Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research
National Institute of Mental Health

Bridging the Chasm Between Social, Behavioral, and Biomedical Research:

An Integrated, Multi-Level Approach to Health Science






Allan F. Mirsky, Ph.D.

Chief, Section on Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology
National Institute of Mental Health

From Centrencephalon to Chromosome: Studies of the Attention Deficit in the Absence Epilepsies






Catherine Lord, Ph.D.

Director, Autism and Communication Disorders Center
University of Michigan

Autism: Early Recognition and Diagnosis Across the Lifespan






Kathleen Carroll, Ph.D.

Director, Psychotherapy Development Research Center
Yale University

The Stage Model and Progress in Behavioral Therapies






Douglas Whitman, Ph.D.

Director, Clinical Training
Wayne State University

Schizophrenia and the Brain






Terence Keane, Ph.D.

ACOS for Research and Chief, Psychology Service, VA Boston & Professor and Vice Chairman for Research in Psychiatry, Boston Univ School of Medicine

PTSD: Recent Research on Military and Non-Military Trauma






Frank Yates, Ph.D.

Director of the Decision Consortium and Professor of Psychology
University of Michigan

Applications of Decision Theory to Mental Health Settings






William E Pelham Jr, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor in the Departments of Psychology, Pediatrics and Psychiatry
University of Buffalo

Comprehensive Treatment for ADHD: Perspectives on Sequencing Treatments and Balancing Risks and Benefits of Medication and Behavioral Treatments






Christopher Peterson, Ph.D.

Professor in the Department of Psychology
University of Michigan

Positive Psychology






Robert F. Krueger, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry
Washington University in St. Louis

Dimensions, Prototypes, and Spectrums: Toward DSM-V






Kathleen A. Welsh-Bohmer, Ph.D. ABPP

Director, Bryan Alzheimer's Disease Research Center
Durham, NC

Current Crossroads in Diagnosis of Early Alzheimer's Disease






Toni Antonucci, Ph.D

Elizabeth M. Douvan Collegiate Professor of Psychology and Associate Vice President for Research, University of Michigan

Social Relations and Health: One Size Doesn't Fit All






H. Gerry Taylor, Ph.D. ABPP/CN

Professor of Pediatrics
Case Western Reserve University
Child Developmental Center
Cleveland OH

Longitudinal Consequences of Extreme Prematurity






Arnold Sameroff, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology and Research Professor, Center for Human Growth and Development
University of Michigan

Development Perspectives on Serious Mental Disorder: What do Schizophrenics and Psychiatrists Have in Common?






Robert Bilder, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology; Chief of Medical Psychology - Neuropsychology and Director of the Tennenbaum Center for the Biology of Creativity
University of California at Los Angeles

Positive Applied Neuropsychology: Convergence of Big Data with Health and Well-Being

2014 Patricia Reuter-Lorenz, Ph.D.

Patricia Reuter-Lorenz, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychology, Cognition and Cognitive Neuroscience Area, Department of Psychology
University of Michigan

The Aging Brain and Implications for Maintaining Cognitive Health

2015 Alfred W. Kaszniak, Ph.D.

Alfred W. Kaszniak, Ph.D.

Emeritus Professor of Psychology
University of Arizona

Meditation, Aging, and the Brain


Cheryl King, Ph.D.

Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, University of Michigan Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Michigan Director of the Mary A. Rackham Institute

Understanding and Screening for Teen Suicide Risk: What's Known and What's New