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Kurth, professor emeritus at the University of Liège.
Indeed, in our previous report we quoted Arthur R. Jensen, professor emeritus of educational psychology at Berkeley, who said, “The most important fact about intelligence is that we can measure it.”
“We decided against a master’s requirement because there are numerous professionals in our field who have only the BA nurses, funeral directors, BA social workers, hospice bereavement folks, and for whom certification would be valuable and a way to encourage them to improve their own knowledge about thanatology,” says Gordon Thornton, a professor emeritus of psychology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and former president of ADEC.
PHILIP ZIMBARDO is professor emeritus of psychology at Stanford University and has also taught at Yale University, New York University, and Columbia University.
Lawyer and psychologist Donald Bersoff, professor emeritus at Villanova Law School and an adjunct professor of psychology at MCP Hahnemann Medical School at Drexel University in Philadelphia, explains that parents are generally given the right to make health care decisions for their children, so they must be informed of the course of treatment.