Richard Wampler, Michigan State University

Human Development and Family Studies Professor Emeritus East Lansing, Michigan rwampler@msu.edu

Bio/Research

Richard S. Wampler, PhD, is a Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Michigan State University. His particular interests are developing, implementing, and evaluating community-based programs for underserved and minority families and adolescents. Although his doctorate is in experime...

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Bio/Research

Richard S. Wampler, PhD, is a Professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Michigan State University. His particular interests are developing, implementing, and evaluating community-based programs for underserved and minority families and adolescents. Although his doctorate is in experimental psychology from the University of Pennsylvania (1970) and he taught in psychology departments for 10 years, he later completed a Master’s in Social Work at the University of Georgia (1981). In addition to his experience as a faculty member at Kansas State University, Purdue University at Ft. Wayne, Texas Tech University, and Michigan State University, he served as a therapist in a community mental health center, the director of psychological services for 600 residents with developmental disabilities at Central State Hospital (Milledgeville, GA), and as executive director of the Family Counseling Service of Athens (GA). He is licensed as both a marriage and family therapist and psychologist in Michigan.

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