Robert Bankoff

Robert Mankoff

PhD

Assistant Dean of Student Affairs | Director of Student Support | Chair Behavioral Sciences | Professor of Medical Psychology and Medical Ethics

Biography:

Professor of Medical Psychology and Medical Ethics, Course Director (Behavioral Medicine & Medical Ethics), Chair (Behavioral Sciences)

  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
  • MA, Clinical Psychology, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA
  • BA, Linguistics, Psychology & English, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT
  • Fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology, The Menninger Clinic, Topeka, KS
Courses:
  • Student Orientation
  • Medical Ethics
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Clinical Skills 3
  • Child, Family,
  • Adult Psychotherapy Forensic Psychology/Psychiatry Medical Education
  • Colvard, D.F., Mankoff, R., and Owens A.: Obesity and Divers, The Undersea Journal, Third quarter, 2007, pp 40-45
  • Kuang, Y, McKitrick, S, Yang, G, Wang, J, Mankoff, R, and Guan, S. (2015) A continued Analysis of Filial Attitudes of American and Chinese Undergraduates. Journal of Behavioral and Social Sciences, Vol 2 (3) 148-161.
  • Medical Education
  • Scuba Diving and Anxiety
  • Internet Misinformation
  • Technology and Cognition
  • Are the Children of Nevis Getting enough Physical Exercise? The availability and use of sporting and recreational facilities for young people on Nevis. (2008) Avery, J, Mankoff, R, Walwyn D, Grandison M, (Poster Presented at 2008 meeting of Council of Caribbean Health)
  • “I thought we were being sucked into some whirlpool and might die.” An overview of the experience of divers in the water during the 2004 Southeast Asian Tsunami" Robert Mankoff, PhD (Presentation of Original Research at MUA Research Day September 2010)
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