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Raymond A. DiGiuseppe

Ph.D., Hofstra University

Educational Background
B.A., 1971, Villanova University, Psychology
M.S., 1973, SUNY College at Brockport, General/Experimental Psychology
Ph.D., 1975, Hofstra University, Psychology

Post Doctoral Fellowship, 1977 Albert Ellis Institute

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Areas of Specialization: School and Clinical Psychology

Raymond A. DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., ABPP is Professor of Psychology and Chair of the Institutional Review Board, and studies anger as a clinical problem. He has promoted the recognition of anger as a form of psychopathology, and studies the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of persons with anger problems. He has developed standards for identifying anger diagnostic disorders. Dr. DiGiuseppe has published two psychological tests assessing dysfunctional anger: the Anger Disorders Scale (ADS) for adults and the Anger Regulation and Expression Scale (ARES) for children and adolescents. He works on the development of the theory, practice, and empirical research support of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapies. He is presently developing measures of Ellis’ concept of irrational and rational beliefs and their relationship to other cognitive behavior constructs and emotional disturbance.  

Raymond A. DiGiuseppe