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Clifford Briggs Dobson

consultant , psychology educator , researcher

Clifford Briggs Dobson, British psychology educator, researcher, consultant. Served with British Army, 1949-1951.; Fellow Royal Society Health, Royal Society Medicine; member British Psychological Society (associate), Association Study Medical Education, British Psychosocial Oncology Group.; Member Church of England.

Background

Dobson, Clifford Briggs was born on February 5, 1931 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England. Son of William Briggs and May (Bartle) D. Certified education St. John's College, York, England, 1953.

Education

Diploma education University Leeds, 1957. Licentiate diploma College Preceptors, London, 1960. Master of Science, University Bradford, 1973, Doctor of Philosophy., 1977.

Career

Teacher, Yorkshire, England, 1953-1970. Head psychology St. Michael's College, Leeds, England, 1970-1985. Teacher fellow Langwith College, University York, 1977.

Honorary visiting research fellow School Studies in Psychology, University Bradford (England), 1979-1985, director psychosocial oncology research, clinical oncology unit, 1985-1987. Director Cancer Support Center, Bradford, West Yorkshire, Engl., since 1987. Consultant psychologist, West Yorkshire Police Authority, since 1986.

Research psychologist Yorkshire Regional Cancer Organization, since 1983.

Works

  • Author: (with others) Understanding Psychology, 1980. (with R.B. Burns) Experimental Psychology, 1981. Approaching Psychology, 1982.

    Stress: the Hidden Adversary, 1983. (with R.B. Burns) Introductory Psychology, 1983. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Served with British Army, 1949-1951. Fellow Royal Society Health, Royal Society Medicine. Member British Psychological Society (associate), Association Study Medical Education, British Psychosocial Oncology Group.

Member Church of England.

Connections

father:
William Briggs Cert

mother:
May (Bartle) D. Cert