Commanding years of experience in conducting research and making presentations, Chris Kladopoulos functions as an accomplished doctor of psychology with a keen interest in learning processes. As a member of several professional associations, Chris Kladopoulos often attended annual conferences to present his research and keep abreast of the latest findings in his field. Participating extensively in the conference realm, Chris Kladopoulos has presented five papers at three annual meetings of the Eastern Psychological Association, traveling to Boston, Massachusetts, Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Maryland. The papers that Chris Kladopoulos has presented at these meetings include “The start-stop procedure: Reproduction of temporal intervals by human subjects,” “Subjective time estimates in the presence of a concurrent nontemporal task.” Additionally, Chris Kladopoulos gave a poster session titled “Simultaneous processing of temporal and numerical information in human subjects.” Conducting substantial research on psychological disorders, Chris Kladopoulos has lectured on several related topics at many other conferences. Chris Kladopoulos’ work on “Autism: An understanding of autistic disorder, and professional opportunities in the treatment of autism,” was featured at the bi-annual meeting of the Psychology Honors Society in 1998. In 2002, his work was presented at annual meetings of the American Psychiatric Association in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy in Reno, Nevada. In addition, Chris Kladopoulos’ co-authored papers were presented in 2003 to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America in Toronto, Canada and in Yokahama, Japan, for a poster session at the 2002 meeting of the World Congress of Psychiatry. Chris Kladopoulos earned his Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, his Master of Arts from the City University of New York at Queens College, and his Master and Doctor of Philosophy from the City University of New York.
Sep 1992 - Present
Research scientist, undergraduate and graduate instructor, thesis mentor, and school psychologist. In the areas of teaching, clinical work, and psychological research