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VITA




Steven C. Hayes December 2016




A. Personal History

Business Address: Department of Psychology

University of Nevada

Reno, NV 89557 0062


(775) 784 6828

Fax (775) 784-1126

email: hayes@unr.edu

web: www.unr.edu/psych


Home Phone: (775) 746-3121

Fax (775) 746-2013

Cell: (775) 848-0689
License: Certified Psychologist, Nevada

License #185



B. Educational History

Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California

Major: Psychology

Minor: Philosophy

Degree: B.A., Cum Laude, 1970

Honors: California State Scholar, 1966 1969

Member of Honors Program, 1967 1970

Honors Program Thesis: A comparison of response prevention, shaping, and observation in the reduction of avoidance behavior (Chairperson:

Irving Kessler, Ph.D.)
California State University at San Diego, San Diego, California

Major: Psychology

Dates attended: 1971 1972

West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia

Major: Clinical Psychology

Minor: Experimental Psychology (Learning)

Degree: M.A. in Clinical Psychology, 1974

Thesis: Environmentally Destructive Walking Patterns: An Applied Analysis (Chairperson: John D. Cone, Ph.D.)

Degree: Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology (APA approved), 1977

Dissertation: The Effects of Monthly Feedback, Rebate Billing, and Consumer Directed Feedback on Residential Energy Consumption (Chairperson: John D. Cone, Ph.D.)


C. Professional Positions

Instructor, West Virginia University 1973 1974


Psychology Trainee, Veteran's Administration Hospital, Salem, Virginia. Full time position (summer) 1973

Supervisor: James Hughes, Ph.D., Unit Psychologist


Psychologist Trainee, Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons, Robert F. Kennedy Youth Center, Morgantown, West Virginia.

Three quarter time position during the school year,

full time during the summer 1973 1974

Supervisor: V. Scott Johnson, Coordinator of Mental Health


Administrative Assistant to the Clinical Director, West

Virginia University. Quarter-time position 1975

Supervisor: Robert P. Hawkins, Director of Clinical Training
Administrative Trainee, West Virginia University. Quarter time position, 1975

Supervisor: Roger F. Maley, Department Chairperson


Psychology Intern, Brown University, School of Medicine.

Full time position. (Internship APA Approved) 1975 1976

Supervisor: David H. Barlow, Director of Education and Training
Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Instructor 1976 1977

Assistant Professor 1977 1982

Associate Professor 1982 1986

(Promoted to Full Professor in 1986, but left before

assuming these duties)

Department of Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno, Nevada

Professor and Director of Clinical Training 1986 1993; 2013-2015

University of Nevada Foundation Professor 1992-present

Acting Chair 1994

Chair 1994-2002

D. Membership in Professional Associations

American Psychological Society

American Psychological Association

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Association for Contextual Behavioral Science

Association for Behavior Analysis

Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies

Western Psychological Association

Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior

Society for Psychotherapy Research



E. Biographical Listings



Who's Who in America

Who's Who in the World

Who's Who in American Education

Who's Who in the Biobehavioral Sciences

Who's Who in the West

Who's Who in Science and Engineering

Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare

Who's Who of Emerging Leaders in America

Who's Who Among Human Services Professionals

International Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Strathmore’s Who’s Who

Personalities of America

International Who’s Who of Professionals

The International Authors' and Writers' Who's Who

Men of Achievement

International Man of the Year

International Directory of Distinguished Leadership

Directory of American Scholars

2000 Outstanding Scientists of the 21st Century

1000 Great Americans

International Scientist of the Year, 2001


F. Honors and Awards

Fellow, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 2015


Fellow, Association for Behavior Analysis International 2015
Fellow, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science 2013
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Self-Help

Book of Merit Award, for Hayes, S. C., & Smith, S. (2005).



Get out of your mind and into your life: The new Acceptance

and Commitment Therapy. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger. 2010
B. F. Skinner Award, Palo Alto University 2010
International Dissemination of Behavior Analysis, Society for the

Advancement of Behavior Analysis 2010


Lifetime Achievement Award,

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 2007


Impact of Science on Application Award, Society for the Advancement

of Behavior Analysis 2007
Listed as the 9th most productive out of 1,927 clinical faculty

members in the USA, 2000-2004.

Citation: Stewart, P. K., Wu, Y. P. and Roberts, M. C. (2007).

Top producers of scholarly publications in clinical

psychology PhD programs. Journal of Clinical Psychology,

63, 1209–1215 2007

Michael Twohig’s Dissertation (Steven C. Hayes, Chair) received

the Dissertation of the Year award from the Association for

Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies 2006

Nevada Psychological Association James Mikawa

Psychologist of the Year Award 2006


Listed as the 25th highest impact clinical faculty members in the

USA based on productivity and citation impact.

Citation: Matson, J. L. et al. (2005). Clinical psychology

Ph.D. program rankings: Evaluating eminence on faculty

publications and citations. Research in Developmental

Disabilities, 26, 503–513. 2005
Fellow, American College of Mental Health Administration 2002
Award for Excellence, Nevada Tobacco Prevention Coalition 2001
Participant, Center for Advanced Study, Palo Alto, CA 2000
Distinguished Alumnus Award, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences West Virginia University 2000
Don F. Hake Award for Exemplary Contributions to Basic

Behavioral Research and Its Applications.

Division 25 (Experimental Analysis of

Behavior) of the American Psychological Association 2000


University and Community College System of Nevada

Regents' Researcher of the Year Award 2000


University of Nevada, Reno Outstanding Researcher of the Year 1997
Fellow, Western Psychological Association 1993
University of Nevada Foundation Professor 1992

Listed by the Institute for Scientific Information and the

American Psychological Society as 30th highest citation impact

psychologist in the world psychological literature, 1986-1990 1992

Fellow, American Association of Applied and Preventive Psychology 1991
Fellow, American Psychological Society 1989
Fellow, Division 12   Clinical Psychology of the

American Psychological Association 1986


Fellow, Division 25 - The Experimental Analysis

of Behavior of the American Psychological Association 1985



G. Professional Activities

1. Professional Societies:



Elected Positions

Chair, World Congress of Cognitive and Behavioral and Therapies 2008-2010


Past-President, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science 2008-2009
President, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science 2007-2008
President-Elect, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science 2006-2007
Past-President, Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy 1998-1999
President, Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy 1997-1998
President-Elect, Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy 1996-1997
President, American Association of Applied Preventive Psychology 1994-1996
Vice-President, American Association of Applied and

Preventive Psychology 1993-1994


Member-at-Large, American Association of Applied and

Preventive Psychology 1992-1994


Secretary-Treasurer, American Psychological Society 1988-1989

Secretary, Board of Directors, Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 1989

Member, Committee on the Structure and Function of Council, American

Psychological Association Council of Representatives 1989


Secretary-Treasurer, Assembly for Scientific and Applied Psychology 1987 1988
Member, American Psychological Association Council of Representatives,

Representing Division 25 (Experimental Analysis of Behavior) 1988 1990


Past-President, Division 25 (Experimental Analysis of Behavior), American Psychological Association 1987 1988
President, Division 25 (Experimental Analysis of Behavior), American

Psychological Association 1986 1987


President Elect, Division 25 (Experimental Analysis of Behavior), American

Psychological Association 1985 1986


Secretary, Southeastern Association for Behavior Analysis 1984 1986
Secretary-Treasurer, Board of Directors, Society for the Experimental

Analysis of Behavior 1985


Member, Board of Directors, Society for the Experimental

Analysis of Behavior 1983 1990


Member-at-large, Executive Committee, Division 25 (Experimental

Analysis of Behavior), American Psychological Association 1982 1985


2. Agencies and Professional Societies:

Appointed Positions
Member, PROSOCIAL Executive Committee 2015-present
Chair, Publications Committee, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) 2015-present

Member, Scientific Committee, 9th International Congress of the International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy (IACP)  2015-2016

Member, Board of Scientific Advisors, Evolution Institute 2011-present
Member, Board of Directors, Federation of Associations in Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2010-2011
Chair, Chapter and Special Interest Group Committee, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) 2012-2014
Chair, International Affairs Committee

Association for Behavior and Cognitive Therapies 2007-2010


Chair, Membership Committee, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) 2010-2012
Member, Interventions Committee for Adult Mood and Anxiety Disorders, National Institute of Mental Health, 2006-2007
Member, Board of Directors, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies 2005-2007
Trustee, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies 2003-2006 (term)
Member, Clinical Trials Network Work Group,

National Institute on Drug Abuse 2003


Member, National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse,

National Institutes of Health 1999-2003


Member, International Affairs Sub-Committee

National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse 2001-2003


Member, Executive Committee

National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse 2001-2003


Member, Task Force on Empirically Supported Treatments

National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse 2002-2003


Member, Sub-Committee on Community Members of Scientific Review Committees

National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse,

National Institutes of Health 1999-2003

Member, Clinical Trials Network Advisory Committee,

National Institute on Drug Abuse 1999-2003






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