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Paul Drummond Cameron, American Research facility administrator. Achievements include investigation of health effects of second-hand tobacco smoke; investigation of first comprehensive national random sample of sexuality; documented abbreviated lifespan of homosexuals. Member Eastern Psychological Association, National Association for Research and Treatment of Homosexuality.

Background

Cameron, Paul Drummond was born on November 9, 1939 in Pittsburgh. Son of Nelson Drummond and Veronica (Witco) Cameron.

Education

Bachelor, Los Angeles Pacific College, 1961. Master of Arts, California State University, Los Angeles, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, University Colorado, 1966.

Career

Assistant professor psychology, Stout State University, Menomonie, Wisconsin, 1966-1967;assistant professor psychology, Wayne State University, Detroit, 1967-1969;associate professor psychology, U. Louisville, 1970-1973;associate professor psychology, Fuller Graduate School Psychology, Pasadena, California, 1976-1979;associate professor marriage and family, U. Nebraska, Lincoln, 1979-1980;private practice psychologist, Lincoln, 1980-1983;chairman, Family Research Institute, Washington, 1982-1995;chairman, Family Research Institute, Colorado Springs, since 1995. Reviewer American Psychologist, Journal Gerontology, Psychological Reports. Presenter, witness, consultant in field.

Membership

Member Eastern Psychological Association, National Association for Research and Treatment of Homosexuality.

Connections

Married Virginia May Rusthoi. 3 children.