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Curriculum Vitae Margaret A. Brown, née Marshall

Seattle Pacific University Department of Psychology 3307 3rd Avenue West, Suite 107 Seattle, WA 98119-1922 (206)-281-2940 mbrown@spu.edu

Education 2002 Ph.D. in Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Dissertation title: The Traits as Situational Sensitivities (TASS) Model: A More Accurate Way to Predict Behavior 2001 M.S. in Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 1998 B.S. in Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Professional Experience

2010-present 2007-present 2006-present

Research Consultant, Connecting Cultures, Victoria, B.C. Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University Psychology Department Chair, Seattle Pacific University

2002-07, 09-10 Director of Undergraduate Research in Psychology, Seattle Pacific University

2002-2007 1998-2002 1993-1998

Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Seattle Pacific University Residential Counselor, Seattle Children’s Home Communications Specialist, United States Army and Army National Guard

Professional Memberships Association for Psychological Science Society for Personality and Social Psychology Western Psychological Association

Awards/Grants/Honors 2010-2011 Academic Renewal Grant, Seattle Pacific University 2004-2006 SPFC Research Grant, Seattle Pacific University 2003-2004 SPFC Research Grant, Seattle Pacific University 2002-2003 SPFC Research Grant, Seattle Pacific University 2001-2002 University of Washington Distinguished Graduate Teaching Award 1999-2002 National Science Foundation Graduate Fellowship 1998 Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology Membership 1998 Golden Key National Honor Society Membership 1998 Phi Beta Kappa National Honor Society Membership

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