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1February 21CURRICULUM VITAEMark Stuart GoldmanContact Information:University of South FloridaDepartment of Psychology4202 East Fowler Avenue – PCD 4118GTampa, Florida 33620-8200Email: mgoldman@usf.eduPhone: 813-974-6963Fax: 813-974-3409EDUCATIONB.S. Psychology, Brooklyn College, June 1967M.S. Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University, January 1971Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University, January 1972Scholarships:N.Y. State Regents Scholarship, 1963-1967Rutgers University, Walter C. Russell Graduate Scholarship, 1967-68Rutgers University, Graduate Research Assistantship, 1967-1971PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCEJune 2003 – May 2006August 1985 - present1985-1995June 1994 – present1985 – 19941986 – present1986 – present1993 – presentNational Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Associate DirectorOctober 2003-May 2006: Also Acting Director, Division of Epidemiologyand Prevention, 10/03 – 3/04University of South Florida, Department of PsychologyArea Chairman and Director of Training, Clinical PsychologyDistinguished University ProfessorProfessor of PsychologyClinical Professor of PsychiatryClinical Professor of Florida Mental Health InstituteDirector, Alcohol and Substance Use Research InstituteSeptember 1973 - 19851973 - 19781978 - 19831983 - 19851978 - 19851982 - 19851982 - 19841978 - 1982Wayne State University, Department of PsychologyAssistant ProfessorAssociate ProfessorProfessorDirector, Wayne State Center for Alcohol StudiesSalary and Personnel CommitteeGraduate CommitteeArea Chairman, Clinical AreaSeptember 1972 July 1973Rutgers UniversityAdjunct Assistant Professor of Clinical PsychologyJanuary 1972 July 1973Gouverneur Hospital of Beth Israel Medical Center,New York, New York, Staff PsychologistFebruary 1971 July 1971Rutgers University Alcohol Behavior Research Laboratory,ResearcherJune 1967 -Lyons (NJ) and East Orange (1968-1969) VA Hospitals,

2January 1971Trainee on Neurology, Psychiatry and Alcohol RehabilitationServicesFebruary 1970 May 1970Mount Carmel Guild Community Mental Health CenterNewark, New Jersey, CounselorSeptember 1969 June 1971Rutgers University Psychological Clinic TherapistCONSULTANTSHIPSMay 1983 February 1984National Council on Alcoholism/Narcotics AddictionRehabilitation Coordinating Organization, Detroit, MIJanuary 1981 August 1985Salvation Army Harbor Light Substance Abuse TreatmentCenter, Detroit, MIJanuary 1974 August 1985Veterans Administration Hospital, Allen Park, MISeptember 1973 February 1982Lafayette Clinic, Detroit, MIOctober 1993National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and AlcoholismTraining Seminar for Grant Applicants - Lecture on ExperimentalDesignDecember 2001University of Iowa, Addiction Studies Doctoral Program, consultant2001-presentBengt Muthen (K02 Award) ”Advanced Analysis of the Developmentof Alcohol Problems.” Consultant on alcohol expectancies.2001-2003University of Florida, The Center for Cooperative Learning.Consultant for the PIPSA Project.2006-presentNational Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, “Underage Drinking:Understanding and Reducing Risk in the Context of HumanDevelopment,” consultantPROFESSIONAL AND HONORARY SOCIETIESAmerican Association for the Advancement of ScienceAmerican Psychological Association Fellow of Divisions 3 (Experimental), 6 (Physiological), 12 (Clinical), 28 (Psychopharmacology),and 50 (Addictions); Member of Division 40 (Neuropsychology)Affiliated with Division 12, Section III Advancement of Clinical Psychology as an ExperimentalBehavioral ScienceAmerican Psychological Society - FellowPsi ChiResearch Society on AlcoholismSigma XiPsychonomic Society

3PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY BOARDS AND COMMITTEESAmerican Psychological AssociationBoard of Professional Affairs, 1991-1994Board of Professional Affairs representative to Board of ScientificAffairs, 1992-93Joint Board of Professional Affairs (BPA), Board of ScientificAffairs (BSA), and Committee for the Advancement ofProfessional Practice (CAPP) Task Force for the Development ofStandards for Psychological Interventions, with D. Abrahamson,D. Barlow, S. Garfield, S. Hollon, S. Mineka, E. RobinsonDivision 50 (Addictions)New Fellows Committee 1993-1995Education & Training Committee (Advisor)1993 - presentPresident-Elect 1994-1995President 1995-1996Past-President 1996-1997Board of Scientific Affairs, Committee on Scientific Awards2016-2018Research Society on Alcoholism1998 Convention, Co-Chair1999 Convention, Co-Chair2001-2002 Governmental Affairs Committee2001-2002 Program Committee2006 Chair, Committee on NIH Peer Review2009-2010 Board of Directors2010 Elected President for 2011-2012 (serves as V.P. for 2010-2011,and Past President for 2012-2013)HONORS AND AWARDSElected:Fellow APA Division 12 (Clinical) 1982Fellow APA Division 28 (Psychopharmacology) 1985Fellow APA Division 3 (Experimental) 1987Fellow APA Division 50 (Addictions) 1995Fellow APA Division 6 (Behavioral Neuroscience and Comparative Psychology)Probus Club - Wayne State University Annual Academic Achievement Award in the Humanitiesand Social Sciences, 1983, 1000 Free GrantNational Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism MERIT Award, 1991-2001Selected for NIH-wide presentation on “Addictions, “ April 27, 2000 (one of three speakers, includingGeorge Koob, Scripps Institute, and Marc Schuckit, U.C. San Diego)Research Society on Alcoholism, Montreal, 2001- Invited Plenary SpeakerSigma Xi Tampa Bay Chapter. April, 2004. Award for Outstanding Faculty Researcher.American Psychological Association Division 50. July, 2004. Award for “Distinguished ScientificContributions to the Public Interest.”

4American Psychological Association Division 50. July 2012. Award for “Distinguished ScientificContributions.”American Association for the Advancement of Science, Fellow, 2014.University of South Florida – Outstanding Faculty Award, 2014.Research Society on Alcoholism. The 28th Annual Award RSA Seixas Award for Distinguished Service,June, 2015.LICENSINGLicensed Psychologist: State of Florida - PY0003578 (inactive)State of Michigan - #1405 (inactive)State of New York - #4202 (inactive)BOARD CERTIFICATIONDiplomate in Clinical Psychology, ABPP, 1978RESEARCH GRANTS RECEIVEDWayne State University 1974 Summer Research Grant - Neuropsychological recovery in chronicalcoholics after detoxification, 4,300, Principal Investigator.Michigan Heart Association1976-77 - Behavioral Techniques in Hypertension 11,973, CollaboratingInvestigator with Dr. Richard M. Lee.National Instituteof Alcohol Abuse andAlcoholism1976-78 - Recoverability of Behavior Following AlcoholAbuse (5RO1AA02898). 92,530, Principal Investigator.1979-81 - Recoverability of Behavior Following Alcohol Abuse(5RO1AA02898). Competing renewal. 95,077. Principal Investigator.Extended through August 1982.1984-87 - Reducing Teenage Drinking by Altering Expectancies(1RO1AA06123). 227,139, Principal Investigator.1987-89 - Reducing Teenage Drinking by Altering Expectancies(2RO1AA06123-4 and 5). 137,727. Co-principal investigator(due to move to USF).1985-87 - Cognitive Remediation in Recovering Alcoholics(1RO1AA05946). 171,804, Principal Investigator. Grant Numberchanged in July 1985 to 7RO1AA06911-01 due to move from WayneState University to USF.1987-89 - Cognitive Remediation in Recovering AlcoholicsRO1AA06911). Competing renewal. 186,614, PrincipalInvestigator.

51991-2001 - Alcohol Expectancies: Mediators of Biopsychosocial Risk?(1 RO1 AA08333 converted to R37 AA08333 MERIT Award). 1,992,676, direct; 2,888,397, total with indirect; Principal Investigator.(Conversion of original 5-year funding period to MERIT award withdoubling of time and amount). Addition of Minority Supplement, 1992-94, 13,066.1998-2006 – Alcohol Expectancy Challenge as a Prevention Strategy (1RO1 AA11925). 1,940,608. Direct; 2,742,922, total with indirect;Principal Investigator.2003-2007 – Alcohol Expectancies: Mediators of Biopsychosocial Risk?(2 R01 AA08333). 2,364,934, direct; 3,417,229, total with indirect;Principal Investigator.2007-2012 (no-cost extension to 2013) – Alcohol Expectancies:Mediators of Biopsychosocial Risk in Early Adolescence?(R01AA016091-01A2). 2,207,045, direct; 3,217,002, total with indirect;Principal Investigator.TRAINING GRANTS RECEIVEDNational Institute ofAlcohol Abuse andAlcoholism1978-80 - Training in the Psychology of Alcohol Abuse andAlcoholism (2TO1AA07200), 142,230, Director of AlcoholismTraining. Renewed for 1981-83 - 303,245.(Final year approved butunfunded due to cessation of NIAAA clinical training program).State of Michigan Office of SubstanceAbuse ServicesPsychology Department, Medical School, School of Social Workjoint training program in Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.1982-83 - approximately 36,000. Director of Training.Renewed for 1983-84 and 1984-85, 38,920 per year.1983-84 - Women's Initiative. Principal Investigator. 47,776.Renewed for 1984-85.Horizon Hospital -1986-87 - Graduate Student Training. Principal Investigator. 36,955.1987-88 - Graduate Student Training. Principal Investigator. 29,200.RESEARCH INTERESTSPsychopharmacology and Neuropsychology of Alcohol Use and AlcoholismPsychophysiologyPsychotherapy and Behavior ModificationJOURNAL EDITINGPsychology Field Editor, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1989-1992Advisory Editor (Masthead), Contemporary Psychology, 1991-1998Advisory Editor (Masthead), Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 1992-presentAdvisory Editor (Masthead), Prevention and Treatment (APA Electronic Journal) 1998-2004Advisory Editor (Masthead), Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 2000-2005Appointed editor for special issue, Journal of Studies on Alcohol, college student drinking,

6March 2002.Advisory Editor (Masthead), Psychological Bulletin, 2001-2005Board of Reviewing Editors, Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 2006-present.INVITED JOURNAL REVIEWERAddictionAddictive BehaviorsAlcoholism, Clinical and Experimental ResearchAmerican PsychologistBehavior TherapyChild DevelopmentCognitive Therapy and ResearchDrug and Alcohol DependenceJournal of Abnormal PsychologyJournal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental PsychiatryJournal of Consulting and Clinical PsychologyJournal of Experimental and Clinical PsychopharmacologyJournal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and CognitionsJournal of Studies on AlcoholJournal of Substance AbuseNeuropsychologyPsychological AssessmentPsychological BulletinPsychology of Addictive BehaviorsSocial CognitionNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALCOHOL ABUSE AND ALCOHOLISM (NIAAA) – Extramural ActivityPsychosocial Research Advisory Committee - Ad hoc reviewer -1981Alcohol and Aging Center Grant Reviewer - including Chairman of Site Visit Committee andmember of Study Section for Alcohol and Aging Center grants, 1987Special Review Committee - Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Program, occasionalPsychosocial Research Review Committee - 1, Clinical and Treatment Subcommittee; October,1987; February, 1988; June, 1988 ad hoc member; regular member 1988-1992.Chair, Psychosocial Research Review Committee (overall chair of parent committee for Sections1 and 2 and administrator of Chairman's Grant), 1990-92. Special invitation to continueas Chair, 1992-93.Member, MERIT Review Committee, May, 1990; September, 1992; May, 1993; June 1997;September, 1998, February, 2000.Chair, Special Review Committee-D, June, 1993.Chair, Special Review Committee, July, 1993.Member, National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, November 1, 1996to October 31, 2000.Co-Chair (with Kenneth Kendler), Subcommittee to Review NIAAA Portfolio of GeneticResearch, 1997-1998.Co-Chair (with Edward Malloy, President of the University of Notre Dame), Task Force onCollege Student Drinking, 1998-2002.Member, Subcommittee to Review NIAAA Portfolio of Prevention Research, 1998-2000.Member, Subcommittee to Review NIAAA Portfolio of Epidemiology Research, 19982000.Member, Subcommittee for Review of NIAAA Centers Program, 1998-2003.Member, Subcommittee to Review NIAAA Portfolio of Biomedical Research, 2000-2003.Member, Subcommittee on Research Priorities, National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse

7and Alcoholism, 2000-Present.Member, “Leadership to Keep Children Alcohol Free: Governors’ Spouses Leading the Way”Committee, 1999-2003.ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE MEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION (ABMRF)Behavioral and Social Advisory Council,Member, 1996 – 1998Chair, 1998-2002.OTHER REVIEWINGReviewer of submissions for the Division 28-Psychopharmacology program at 1982 AmericanPsychological Association Convention.Reviewer of submissions for the Division 38-Health Psychology program at 1987 American PsychologicalAssociation Convention.Reviewer of submissions for the Division 12-Clinical Psychology program at 1991 American PsychologicalAssociation Convention.Consultant-Reviewer for the United States Veterans Administration.UNIVERSITY-WIDE SERVICEUSF Distinguished Professor Group, MemberUSF Distinguished University Professor Selection Committee, 1998-2001.Elected Chair, 2001.USF Research Advisory Committee to the Provost, 1999-2001.USF Committee for preparation of Distinguished Professor Course for undergraduatesUSF Provost’s Committee for Reviewing University Honorific Appointments, 2006USF Search Committee for Vice President of Research, 2001USF President’s Alcohol Task Force, 2008USF College of Public Health Discipline Committee, 2008USF Faculty Senate Honors and Awards Council, 2008USF Task Force on Faculty Roles, Responsibilities and Rewards, 2008USF College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Advisory Council to the Dean, 2016-2018.DEPARTMENT-WIDE SERVICEUSF, Psychology, Chair of Organizing Committee for Festschrift for Distinguished Professor DouglasNelson, 2006-2007USF, Psychology, Tenure and Mid-Tenure Review Committee, 2008USF, Psychology, Executive Committee, 2008USF, Psychology, Chair of Departmental Colloquium Committee, 2008USF, Psychology, Member of Psychology Department Futures Committee, 2008USF, Psychology, Member of Chair Search Committee, 2009PUBLIC SERVICEDetroit Urban Task Force on Substance Abuse - Member until 1985Salvation Army Harbor Light Center, Detroit - Advisory Council until 1985National Council on Alcoholism - Greater Detroit area - Advisory Council until 1985Michigan Consortium on Substance Abuse Education - Appointed by the President and Provost of WayneState University as the official representative of Wayne State University until 1985.

8Detroit Public Schools Substance Abuse Task Force - Member until 1985Surgeon General Koop's Workshop on Drunk Driving - Treatment Panel - one of 120 individuals selectednationwide for participation - December 14-16, 1988Iowa Substance Abuse Consortium - 3-year appointment - 1991-1993NIMH Clinical Training Task Group on Psychopharmacology, Chair, 1992 - 1993, Member, 1993 - 1995NIMH Clinical Training Task Group on Substance Abuse and Comorbidity, Member 1992 - 1995National Advisory Council on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism - Appointed by Donna E. Shalala,Secretary of Health and Human Services - November 1, 1996 to October 31, 2000.Scientific Advisory Council, Oklahoma Center for Alcohol and Drug Related Studies, 1998 – 2005.

9PUBLICATIONSNathan, P.E., Goldman, M.S., Lisman, S., & Taylor H.A. (1972). Alcohol and alcoholics: A behavioralapproach. Transactions of the New York Academy of Science, Series II, 34, 602-627.Goldman, M.S., Taylor, H.A., Carruth, M.L. & Nathan, P.E. (1973). Effects of group decision making ongroup drinking by alcoholics. Quarterly Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 34, 807-822.Goldman, M.S. (1974). To drink or not to drink: An experimental analysis of the process of groupdrinking decisions by alcoholics. American Journal of Psychiatry, 131, 1123-1130.Abstract appears in Health Education Monograph, (1975), 3, No. 2, and in Physicians AlcoholNewsletter, National Council on Alcoholism, (1974), 9, 6.Goldman, M.S. (1975). Clinical training in an urban setting: Building bridges to the community. TheClinical Psychologist, 28, 12-23.Goldman, M.S. & Rosenbaum, G. (1977). Psychological recoverability following chronic alcohol abuse.In Frank A. Seixas, M.D. (Ed.), Currents in Alcoholism, Vol. II (pp. 187-196). New York, NY:Grune and Stratton.Goldman, M.S. (1977). The effect of chlordiazepoxide administered early in extinction on subsequentextinction of a CER in rats: Implications for human clinical usage. Psychological Reports, 40,783-786. Abstract appears in Memory and Learning, Research in the Nervous System, (1977),79, 9. (Current alerting Bulletin of Brain Information Service.)Goldman, M.S. (1977). Alcohol use and abuse: A behavioral perspective. Behavioral Sciences TapeLibrary, Teaneck, NJ.Goldman, M.S. (1977). [Review of How to Control Your Drinking]. Behavior Therapy, 8, 1011-1012.Sharp, J.R., Rosenbaum, G., Goldman, M.S. & Whitman, R.D. (1977). Recoverability of psychologicalfunctioning following alcohol abuse: Acquisition of meaningful synonyms. Journal of Consultingand Clinical Psychology, 45, 1023-1028.Geary, J.M. & Goldman, M.S. (1978). Behavioral treatment of heterosexual social anxiety: A factorialinvestigation. Behavior Therapy, 9, 971-972.Goldman, M.S., Whitman, R.D., Rosenbaum, G. & VandeVusse, D. (1978). Recoverability of motor andsensory function following chronic alcohol abuse. In Frank A. Seixas, M.D., (Ed.), Currents inAlcoholism, Vol. III, (pp. 493-504). New York, NY: Grune and Stratton, 1978. Abstract appearsin Alcoholism, Clinical and Experimental Research, (1977), 1, 162.Shannon, B., Goldman, M.S. & Lee, R.M. (1978). Biofeedback training of blood pressure: A comparisonof three feedback techniques. Psychophysiology, 15, 53-59.Goldman, M.S. & Lee, R.M. (1978). Operant conditioning of blood pressure: Effects of mediators.Psychophysiology, 15, 517-537.Nathan, P.E. & Goldman, M.S. (1979). Problem drinking and alcoholism. In O. Pomerleau and J.P.Brady (Eds.), Behavioral Medicine: Theory and Practice (pp. 255-277). Baltimore, MD: Williamsand Wilkins.Goldman, M.S. (1980). Alcoholism: Empirical foundations and behavioral treatment approaches. In R.H. Daitzman (Ed.), Clinical Behavior Therapy and Behavior Modification (pp. 249-299). NewYork, NY: Garland STPM Publishing, Inc.

10Brown, S.A., Goldman, M.S., Inn, A. & Anderson, L. (1980). Expectations of reinforcement from alcohol:Their domain and relation to drinking patterns. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 48,419-426.Ellenberg, L, Rosenbaum, G., Goldman, M.S. & Whitman, R.D. (1980). Recoverability of psychologicalfunctioning following alcohol abuse: Lateralization effects. Journal of Consulting and ClinicalPsychology, 48, 503-510. Abstract appears in Brain and Mind Bulletin, (1980), 521, 2.Announcement appears in Sensory Perception and Information Processing, University ofSheffield Biomedical Information Service, Sheffield, England, September, 1980.Goldman, M.S. (1980). Alcoholism and Korsakoff's Syndrome. Letter to the Editor in American Scientist,68, 607-612.Williams, R.M., Goldman, M.S. & Williams, D.L. (1981). Expectancy and pharmacological effects ofalcohol on human cognitive and motor performance: The compensation for alcohol effect.Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 90, 267-270.Christiansen, B.A., Goldman, M.S. & Inn, A. (1982). The development of alcohol-related expectancies inadolescents: Separating pharmacological from social learning influences. Journal of Consultingand Clinical Psychology, 50, 336-344.Goldman, M.S. (1982). Reversibility of psychological deficits in alcoholics: The interaction of aging withalcohol. In A. Wilkinson (Ed.), Symposium on Cerebral Deficits in Alcoholism (pp. 79-105).Toronto: Addiction Research Foundation.Goldman, M.S. & Klisz, D.K. (1982). Behavioral treatment of an alcoholic: The unvarnished story. InW.M. Hay and P.E. Nathan (Eds.), Clinical Case Studies in the Behavioral Treatment ofAlcoholism (pp. 23-48). New York: Plenum Press.Christiansen, B.A. & Goldman, M.S. (1983). Alcohol related expectancies vs. demographic/backgroundvariables in the prediction of adol

Contact Information: University of South Florida Department of Psychology . 4202 East Fowler Avenue – PCD 4118G . Tampa, Florida 33620-8200 . Email: mgoldman@usf.edu . Phone: 813-974-6963 Fax: 813-974-3409 . EDUCATION B.S. Psychology, Brooklyn College, June 1967 M