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Committee on Structure and
Function of Council: Neil A. Massoth,
PhD, and Nancy M. Sidun, PsyD
Cochran, PhD, Y. Barry Chung, PhD, and
Marlene M. Maheu, PhD
Policy and Planning Board: M. Lynne
Cooper, PhD, Sandra L. Shullman, PhD,
and Kristi Van Sickle, PsyD
Publications and Communications
Board: Suzanne Corkin, PhD, and Kate F.
Committee on International
Relations in Psychology: Silvia S.
Canetto, PhD, Chryse (Sissy) G.
Hatzichristou, PhD, and Lori Foster
Board of Educational Affairs: Sharon
L. Berry, PhD, Amy C. Fineburg, PhD,
John C. Norcross, PhD, and Karen F.
Board of Professional Affairs:
Patricia Arredondo, EdD, Helen L.
Coons, PhD, and Vickie M. Mays, PhD
Committee for the Advancement
of Professional Practice: Terry S. Gock,
PhD, Monica F. Kurylo, PhD, and Angela
M. Londoño-McConnell, PhD
Board of Scientific Affairs: Geraldine
Downey, PhD, Susan K. Nolen-Hoeksema, PhD, and Frank C. Worrell,
Board for the Advancement of
Psychology in the Public Interest: M.
Dolores Cimini, PhD, Linda M. Forrest,
PhD, and William D. Parham, PhD
Commission for the Recognition
of Specialties and Proficiencies in
Professional Psychology: Kevin D.
Arnold, PhD, Mark W. Bondi, PhD, and
Thomas Kubiszyn, PhD
Board of Convention Affairs:
Heather G. Belanger, PhD, Nadia T.
Hasan, PhD, and Francisco “Cisco” J.
Committee on Rural Health: Tracy
J. Cohn, PhD, Jane M. Hamel-Lambert,
PhD, and Michael R. Rosmann, PhD n