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Anthony Greene, PhD
Doctoral Faculty - School of Psychology
PhD, Clinical & Health Psychology
University of South Florida, Tampa (APA Approved), 1988
Areas of Instruction
Scholarly & Professional Interests
Honors and Awards
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Areas of Instruction:
Biological Bases of Behavior
Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior
Scholarly & Professional Interests:
Anger and Psychopathology
Emotions and Health
Clinical and Health Psychology
American Psychological Association (38, 45, 48)
Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society
Honors and Awards:
2002: Gainesville Sun Community Volunteer of the Year Nominee
2001: Humanitarian of the Year Award, Bahai' of Greater Gainesville, FL
1996: Ebony Appreciation Award for Community Service, Gainesville, FL
1992: Five Star Salute, Presented by the Cultural Arts Coalition, Gainesville, FL
Greene, A.F. & Coles, C.J. (2010). The Iconoclastic Black Male. Lambert Academic Publishing: New York.
Sibille, K.A., Greene, A.F., & Bush, J.E. (2010). Preparing physicians for the 21st century: Targeting communication skills and the promotion of health behavior change. Annals of Behavioral Science and Medical Education.
Greene, A. F. (2004). Competencies for providing services to dissimilar clients. In C. Negy, (Ed.),
(pp. 23-35). Reno, NV: Bent Tree Press.
Coles, C. J., Greene, A. F., & Braithwaite, H. O. (2002). The relationship between personality, anger expression, and perceived family control among incarcerated male juveniles.
Jackson, L., & Greene, A. F. (2002). An EAP treatment paradigm for African American women.
Employee Assistance Quarterly, 18,
Hansen, N. D., Rockwell, F. P. A., & Greene, A. F. (2000). Multicultural competence: Criteria and case examples.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 31,
Ketterer, M., Freedland, K., Krantz, D., Kaufmann, P., Forman, S., Greene, A., Raczynski, J., Knatterud, G., Light, K., Carney, R., Stone, P., Becker, L., & Sheps, D. (2000). Psychological correlates of mental stress induced ischemia in the laboratory.
Journal of Health Psychology, 5,
Greene, A. F. (2000).
Defining and assessing behavior problems among African American children: Culturally sensitive approaches
. Presented at the forty-sixth annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA.
Doctoral Faculty, School of Psychology, Fielding Graduate University.
Other Professional Activities:
2005-present: Chair, Board of Directors, The Preserve, Gainesville, FL.
2001-present: Treasurer, Board of Directors, Abiding Faith Christian Church, Gainesville, FL.
1992-present: Adjunct Faculty, University of Florida, Gainesville.
1989-present: Board Member, Cultural Arts Coalition, Inc., Gainesville, FL.
2005-2007: President, Association of Black Faculty and Staff, University of Florida, Gainesville.
2004-2005: President, Black AIDS Services and Education, Inc., Gainesville, FL.
1998-2005: Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, The Preserve, Gainesville, FL.
2003-2004: Vice President, Association of Black Faculty and Staff, University of Florida, Gainesville.
1998-2003: Consultant, Atlanta Universities Anger Management Grant, Atlanta, GA.
1987-1988: Internship, University of Florida, Gainesville (APA Approved).
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