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  **  Publications for Robotic Pet project **

Libin, A. (2001). Virtual reality as a complex interactive system: A multidimensional model of a person artificial partner co-relations. In: H. Thwaites, & L. Addison (Eds.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia.  Enhanced Realities: Augmented and Unplugged, pp. 652-657.  Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society.

Libin, A., & Cohen-Mansfield, J. (2002).  Robotic cat NeCoRo as a therapeutic tool for persons with dementia: A pilot study.  Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia. Creative Digital Culture, 916-919.

Libin, E. & Libin, A.(2002). Robotherapy: Definition, assessment, and case study. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia. Creative Digital Culture, pp. 906 915.

Libin, A., Libin, E., Ojika, T., Nishimoto, Y., Takeuchi, T., Matsuda, Y., & Takahashi, Y. (2002). On person robot interactions: Cat NeCoRo communicating in two cultures (Phase 1. USA Japanese study). Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia. Creative Digital Culture, pp. 899 905.   National Research Council. (2000). The aging mind: Opportunities in cognitive research. Committee on future directions for cognitive research on aging.  In P.C. Stern & L.L. Carsensten, (Eds.), Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Paclawskyj, T.R., Rush, K.S., Matson, J.L., Cherry, K.E. (1999). Factor structure of the Matson Evaluation of Social Skills for Individuals with Severe Retardation (MESSIER). British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 28, 289-293.

Snyder, M., Ryden, M., Shaver, P., Wang, J., Savik, K., Gross, C., & Pearson, V. (1998). The apparent emotion rating instrument: Assessing affect in cognitively impaired elders. Clinical Gerontologist, 18(4), 17-29.

                                                                                                          

 

 

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH

 

NAME

Alexander Libin, Ph.D.                

POSITION TITLE  

  Research Associate/
 
Project Director

 

INSTITUTION AND LOCATION

DEGREE

(if applicable)

 

YEAR(s)

 

FIELD OF STUDY

  University of Humanities, Moscow

  Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

               

M.A.

Ph.D

 

1983

1993

Management & Inf.Systems

Personality Psychology/ Methodology of Research

 

HONORS (selected)

2000:                          Who's Who in America

1998:                          Open Society Institute - Soros Foundation Award

1997:                          Open Society Institute - Soros Foundation Award

   

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (selected)

1997-current:           Visiting Scholar/Affiliated Faculty, Department of
                                      Psychology, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

1999-present:            Research Associate, Research Institute at Hebrew Home of
                                    Greater Washington

1986-1996:              Researcher, Institute of Psychology, Russian Academy of
                                     Sciences

 

PUBLICATIONS  ( Selected)

Libin, A. (2000). Differential Psychology: between American, Russian, and European traditions. Handbook. (2nd edition) Moscow: Smysl/Open Society Institute. 560 p.

Libin, A. (1998). How we Thinking, Talking and Acting : The Phenomenology of Everyday Consciousness. Moscow: Institute of Applied Psychology (Parilis, S.). 280 p

Libin, A. (1995). The Psychology of Your Consciousness. Moscow: Institute of Applied Psychology (Parilis, S.). 296 p.

Libin, A. (1994). The Geometrical Form Preferences Test through Human-Figure-Constructive-Drawings (A manual). Moscow: Institute of Psychology at the Russian Academy of Sciences (Libin, V.). 150 p.

Vekker, Lev (2000). The World of Mental Reality. Edited by Alexander Libin, Ph.D. Moscow: Russian Science Foundation. 650 p.  

Libin, Elena (2000). Coping with Life-Crisis and Difficult Situation. Edited by Alexander Libin, Ph.D. Moscow: PerSe. 580 p.

 

PRESENTATIONS AND ABSTRACTS AT SCHOLARLY MEETINGS

Libin, A., Cohen-Mansfield,J. Individual vs. Group approach for studying and intervening with demented elderly persons: Methodological perspectives. Annual Conference of the Gerontological Society of America. 16- 23 November 2001. Washington, DC. 

Libin, A. Phenomenology, Casual Analysis and Psychotherapy: interconnected or separated? Report presented at the Meeting at the Department of Psychology, George Mason University, February 5, 1996, Fairfax, VA, USA.  

Libin, A. Construction of the Coping Multidimensional Personality Inventory. Abstract Book. The 3rd European Conference on Psychological Assessment, 27--30 August 1995, Trier, Germany.

Libin, A. Individual Differences and Coping Styles. Abstract Book. The 7th Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, 15--19 July 1995, Warsaw, Poland.

Libin, A. The Formal-Dynamic Model of Personality. Poster presented at the 7th European Conference on Personality, July 12-16, 1994, Madrid, Spain.

                 

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