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Curriculum Vitae


James P. Sampson, Jr.


September 27, 2012


General Information


University address: Psychological Services in Education
Educational Psychology and Learning Systems
College of Education
307 Stone Building
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-4453
Phone: (850) 644-1286; Fax: (850) 644-8776

E-mail address: jsampson@fsu.edu


Web site: http://career.fsu.edu/techcenter


Professional Preparation


1977 Ph.D., University Of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Major: Counselor Education, Minor: Higher Education Administration. Specialization: Career Development.


Sampson, J. P. (1977). Counselor intervention with computer-assisted career guidance. (Doctoral dissertation, University Of Florida, Gainesville, FL). Retrieved from Dissertation Abstracts International, 38, 3297A.


1975 Ed.S. and M.Ed., University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Major: Counselor Education, Minor: Higher Education Administration.


1973 B.A., University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. Major: Secondary Education, Minor: Political Science.


1971 A.A., Miami-Dade Junior College, Miami, FL. Major: History, Minor: Political Science.


Postdegree Education and Training


1991 Sabbatical, Implementation of public sector computer applications, Oxford Institute for Information Management at Templeton College, and the Careers Service, both at the University of Oxford, Oxford, England.


1991 Visiting Fellow, National Institute for Careers Education and Counselling, Cambridge, England.


Professional Credential(s)


2010–present Board Certified Coach, Center for Credentialing & Education, No. 003.


1985–present Certified Career Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors, No. 3999.


1983–present Certified Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors, No. 3999.


1982–present Licensed Psychologist, State of Florida, No. PY0003013.


1975–1980 Certified Junior College and Public School Counselor, State of Florida (Inactive).


1973–1978 Certified Secondary School Social Studies Teacher, State of Florida (Inactive).


Professional Experience


2008–present Associate Dean for Faculty Development and Administration, College of Education, Florida State University. Responsible for faculty assignments, evaluations, promotion and tenure, mentoring, and orientation, as well as designing a faculty development system design, human resources development, communication and information technology, and college policy and procedures.


1992–present Professor, Psychological and Counseling Services, Educational Psychology and Learning Systems, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching, doctoral student supervision, and research in the areas of counseling, career development, and computer applications.


1986–present Co-Director, Center for the Study of Technology in Counseling and Career Development, Florida State University. Responsible for co-directing a center designed to promote research, instruction, and service related to the application of computer technology in counseling and career development.


1986–1992 Associate Professor, Counseling Psychology and Human Systems, Human Services and Studies, Florida State University.


1982–1986 Assistant Professor, Counseling and Human Systems, Human Services and Studies, Florida State University.


1980–1982 Coordinator, Career Planning Center, Georgia Institute of Technology. Duties included program development, evaluation, research, and budget maintenance; design, implementation, and supervision of computer applications; and supervision of a career counselor, a career information/testing specialist, and a secretary.


1979–1982 Adjunct Instructor, Department of Psychology, DeKalb Community College. Responsible for teaching courses in Introductory Psychology.


1977–1982 Senior Counselor, Student Counseling and Career Planning Center, Georgia Institute of Technology. Responsible for counseling, research, and consultation. Duties included individual and group counseling for personal, interpersonal, vocational, educational, marital, and premarital concerns, research, consultation with campus departments and organizations, fraternity advisor, and prelaw advisor.


1977 Adjunct Instructor, Department of Counselor Education, University of Florida. Responsible for teaching courses in introductory counseling as well as individual and group supervision of practicum and internship students.


1975–1977 Project Manager, GRAD II Computer-Assisted Placement System, Career Resource Center, University of Florida. Responsible for coordinating the adaptation of a computer-assisted job placement program for the university. Duties included counseling, budget planning and maintenance, program planning, supervision of clerical staff assigned to the project, supervision of daily operation, and liaison with systems analyst.


Visiting Professorship(s)


2002–present Educational Psychology (with specializations in career and educational planning, as well as information and communications technology), University of Jyväskylä, Jyväskylä, Finland.


2001–present Career Development and Management, International Centre for Guidance Studies, School of Education and Social Science, University of Derby, Derby, England.


1999 School Counseling Program, Faculty of Education, University of Joensuu, Joensuu, Finland.


Fellowship(s)


Elected as a Fellow of the American Counseling Association (2009).

Elected as a Fellow of the National Career Development Association (2001).

Elected as an Overseas Fellow of the National Institute for Careers Education and Counselling, Cambridge, England (1997).


Honors, Awards, and Prizes


Mode L. Stone Distinguished Professor of Counseling and Career Development, College of Education, Florida State University (2007).

Being There Award, Division of Student Affairs, Florida State University (2006).

Professional Development Award, American Counseling Association (2005).

JoAnn Harris-Bowlsbey Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Field of Technology in Career Development, National Career Development Association (2004).

Eminent Career Award, National Career Development Association (2001).

Extended Research Award, American Counseling Association (1999).

President's Award, National Career Development Association (1998).

Distinguished Service Award, Association of Computer-Based Systems for Career Information (1997).

Ralph Berdie Memorial Research Award, American Counseling Association (1996).

Teaching Incentive Program Award, Florida State University (1995).

Recognition Award for Innovative Ideas and Activities in Support of the NOICC/SOICC Mission, National Occupational Information Coordinating Committee (1995).

Merit Award, National Career Development Association (1990).

Being There Award, Florida State University (1990).


Current Membership in Professional Organizations


Alliance of Career Resource Professionals

American Counseling Association

American Psychological Association

Association for Assessment in Counseling

Association for Counselor Education and Supervision

International Association for Educational and Vocational Guidance

National Career Development Association

Society for Vocational Psychology

Society of Counseling Psychology


Teaching


Courses Taught


Advanced Group/Individual Counseling Practicum (MHS 6805)

Foundations of Career Development (MHS5340)

Directed Individual Study (MHS 5905)

Supervised Research (MHS 5915)

Consultation and Organizational Development (MHS6600)

Introduction to Career Development (SDS3340)

Computer Applications in Counseling Psychology and Other Human Services (PCO5095)

Counseling Internship (MHS6820)

Field Practicum in Counseling Psychology (MHS 6946)

Group Counseling: Theory and Practice (MHS 5511)

Communications and Human Relations (SDS 4481)

Historical, Ethical, and Legal Aspects of Counseling (PCO 6855)

Placement Methods and Techniques (RCS 5320)

Behavior Management: Principles and Applications (MHS 6410)

Introduction to Human Services (MHS 4001)

Counseling Technology & Information Systems (EGC 5426)

Psychology of Adjustment

Principles of Psychology

Career Management

Laboratory in Counseling

Counseling Theory

Principles of Guidance: The Helping Relationship


Supervision of Clinical Practice


Advanced Group and Individual Counseling Practicum (2007)


Internship Supervision (1996)


Practicum in Counseling and Rehabilitation (1983)


Practicum in Counseling (1977)


New Course Development


Field Practicum in Counseling Psychology (2006)

Introduction to Human Services (1994)

Advanced Group and Individual Counseling Practicum: Counseling Psychology (1986)

Computer Applications in Counseling Psychology and Other Human Services (1984)


Doctoral Committee Chair


Solomon, J. L., graduate. (2011). The Decision Space Worksheet, the Career Thoughts Inventory, and the Beck Depression Inventory-II as measures of mental health in the career decision-making process.


Chason, A. K., graduate. (2011). The relationships among negative career thoughts, profile elevation, differentiation, career decidedness, and satisfaction with career choice.


Rodriguez, S., graduate. (2011). The Relationships among calling, religiousness, and dysfunctional career thoughts in public university students.


Brattole, M. M., graduate. (2009). The development of the Eating Behaviors and Attitudes Inventory (EBAI): A measure of self-regulation of eating behavior in women.


Hartley, S. L., graduate. (2009). Career indecision, negative career thoughts, and vocational interest structure of first-generation and other college students.


Smisson, C., graduate. (2009). Using interest inventory profile elevation to predict depression and anxiety in individuals with disabilities resulting from a personal injury.


Carr, D. L., graduate. (2008). Relationships among overt and covert narcissism and vocational interests with respect to gender.


Cooley, J. A., graduate. (2007). The career decision making experiences of college students in the visual arts.


Inman, J., graduate. (2001). Relationships among employees' job satisfaction, satisfaction with coworkers, and interpersonal relationship styles.


Wilde, C. K., graduate. (2000). The vocational identity and self-appraised problem solving ability of college students with and without learning abilities.


Slatten, M. L., graduate. (1999). Dysfunctional career thoughts and self-appraised problem-solving ability among substance abusers.


Osborn, D. S., graduate. (1998). The relationships among perfectionism, dysfunctional career thoughts, and career indecision.


Saunders, D. E., graduate. (1997). The contribution of depression and dysfunctional career thinking to career indecision.


Humphreys, J., graduate. (1995). The relationship between cognitive style, ethnicity, and level of educational attainment for women receiving aid for dependent children as compared with employed women.


Gardner, A., graduate. (1994). Non-cognitive variables as predictors of academic performance for Black American students in teacher education preparation programs.


Haymon, S. W., graduate. (1992). The relationship of work addiction and depression, anxiety, and anger in college males.


Levy, F. C., graduate. (1991). The relationship of family dynamics to the onset, severity, and course of chronic fatigue immune dysfunction syndrome.


Harris, A. M., graduate. (1990). The occurrence of self-handicapping among adult children of alcoholics.


Lucas, A. T., graduate. (1990). The relationship of marital satisfaction and job satisfaction to psychological adjustment in women.


Ryan-Jones, R. E., graduate. (1990). The relationship of career indecision, vocational identity and gender to career beliefs.


Levy, M. A., graduate. (1988). The effect of internally vs. externally set training goals on performance and satisfaction.


Hinkle, J. S., graduate. (1987). Psychological and physical fitness and aerobic exercise in eighth grade children.


Maddox, E. N., graduate. (1987). The effects of problem-solving strategy and outcome expectancy cues on creative problem-solving performance.


McClain, Mary-Catherine Elizabeth, doctoral candidate. (2014).


Musch, E., doctoral candidate. (2013).


Dozier, V. C., doctoral candidate. (2012).


Doctoral Committee Cochair


Sage, S. L., graduate. (2011). Validity of the Addiction Prone Personality Scale.


Shelby, T. L., graduate. (2010). The impact of a standardized cognitive information processing intervention on the career decision state of at-risk youth.


Shy, J. D., graduate. (2008). Expert and novice practitioner use of the computer-based test interpretation for the Self-Directed Search.


Shapiro, B., graduate. (2007). Changes in affect, self-efficacy, motivation and performance among participants in a boring and challenging task.


Vuorinen, R., graduate. (2006). The Internet in guidance or guidance in the Internet: Perceptions of guidance practitioners on the use of the Internet as a tool in guidance.


Chandler, G. M., graduate. (1985). The effects of an interactive generic computer program for the systematic desensitization of classically conditioned phobias.


Leasure, K., doctoral candidate. (2013).


Marshall, C. P., doctoral candidate. (2013).


Doctoral Committee Member


Dieringer, D. D., graduate. (2012).

Hale, K. E., graduate. (2012).

Delrey, J. L., graduate. (2011).

Bertoch, S. C., graduate. (2011).

Blei, S. K., graduate. (2010).

Horne, H. L., graduate. (2010).

Ruff, E. A., graduate. (2010).

Shifrin, J. G., graduate. (2010).

Welles, T. L., graduate. (2010).

Wimes, C. T., graduate. (2009).

Katz, N. H., graduate. (2009).

Ethridge, R. L., graduate. (2008).

Rosado, J., graduate. (2008).

Kourakis, A., graduate. (2007).

Lee, D., graduate. (2007).

Bullock, E. E., graduate. (2006).

Reed, C. A., graduate. (2005).

Garmon, J. M., graduate. (2004).

Gomez-Estefan, C. C., graduate. (2004).

Painter, C. A., graduate. (2004).

Watters, K., graduate. (2004).

Long, K., graduate. (2003).

Vernick, S. H., graduate. (2003).

Canty, H., graduate. (2001).

Greeno, B., graduate. (2001).

Oseroff, C., graduate. (2001).

Worth, S., graduate. (2001).

Wright, L. K., graduate. (2001).

Dinkins, A., graduate. (1999).

Sankofa-Amamere, K., graduate. (1999).

Voight, L., graduate. (1999).

Strausberger, S. J., graduate. (1998).

Railey, M. G., graduate. (1997).

Schenk, C., graduate. (1996).

Sweeney, M., graduate. (1996).

Pearson, P., graduate. (1995).

Clark, D., graduate. (1994).

Griffith, T., graduate. (1994).

Carter, N., graduate. (1993).

Leierer, S. J., graduate. (1993).

Clark, T., graduate. (1992).

Milo, K., graduate. (1992).

Stratton, M., graduate. (1992).

Lloyd, S., graduate. (1991).

Smiley, D., graduate. (1991).

Dunham, L., graduate. (1990).

Frentz, K., graduate. (1990).

King, G., graduate. (1990).

Lenz, J. L., graduate. (1990).

Rogers, C., graduate. (1990).

Shaw, L., graduate. (1990).

Adams, S., graduate. (1989).

Cronkey, R., graduate. (1989).

Tooms, J., graduate. (1989).

Dipeolu, A. O., graduate. (1988).

Haney, W., graduate. (1988).

Rickie, J., graduate. (1988).

St Hillier, D., graduate. (1988).

Alston, R., graduate. (1987).

Bash, R. L., graduate. (1987).

Evans, J. G., graduate. (1987).

Loughead, T. A., graduate. (1986).

Yunik, M., graduate. (1986).

Burke, W., graduate. (1985).

James, J., graduate. (1985).

Shahnasarian, M., graduate. (1985).

Suakir, A., graduate. (1985).

MacFarlane, J. K., doctoral candidate.

Galles, J. A., doctoral candidate. (2013).

Bowles, V. M., doctoral candidate. (2012).

Festa-Dreher, D., doctoral candidate. (2012).

Franco, C. M., doctoral candidate. (2012).

Stodard, M. M., doctoral candidate. (2012).

Walker, J. V., doctoral candidate. (2012).

McClure, A. K., doctoral student.

Finklea, J. T., doctoral student. (2015).

Infanzon, J. L., doctoral student. (2015).

Melvin, B. R., doctoral student. (2014).

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