Returned to FSU in 1996
Doreen B. Hilton, Ph.D. is a professor in the Department of Psychology. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Johnson C. Smith University. She received her M.A. and Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from The Ohio State University. In addition to academia, she has held positions in university counseling centers, community mental health centers, and prison systems. Her experiences and research have been in the areas of counselor/psychologist training and supervision, substance abuse treatment, teenage pregnancy, perceptions of family life across cultures, and career counseling and development. She teaches undergraduate courses such as general psychology, behavior modification, industrial-organizational, and counseling-clinical courses. On the graduate level, she teaches courses such as counseling theory, techniques, and process; behavior therapy; group counseling; career counseling; and practicum.
McKay, P. F., Dpoverspike, D., Hilton, D. B., & McKay, Q. D. (2003). The effects of demographic variables and stereotypes threat on Black/White differences in cognitive test ability test performance. Journal of Business and Psychology, 18, 1 - 4.
McKay, P. f., Doverspike, D., Hilton, D. B., & Martin, Q. D., (2002). Stereotype threat effects on the Raven Advanced Progressive Matrices scores of African-Americans. Journal of Social Applied Psychology, 32, 767 - 787.
Twumasi-Ankrah, K., Hilton, D. B., & Keller, E. T. (2001). Social problems confronting adolescents: Ghanaian adolescents' perspectives. Bulletin of the Ghana Geographical Association, 23, 77 - 86.
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