ELENA L. GRIGORENKO, PhD
Dr. Grigorenko holds a Ph.D. in general psychology from Moscow State University (1990) and a Ph.D. in developmental psychology and genetics from Yale (1996). Her professional experiences include conducting research, teaching psychology, and designing educational curricula. Dr. Grigorenko has published more than 150 books and articles. Her main interests are individual differences, child development, and exceptional children. Currently Dr. Grigorenko is Associate Professor at Yale and Moscow State University.
DONNA MACOMBER, MA
Donna Macomber has been a research assistant at the PACE Center at Yale University for 6 years. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Albertus Magnus College and her M.A. in psychology from Southern Connecticut State University. Her primary research interests are child development and the testing and assessment of children.
B. HUDNALL STAMM, PhD
B. Hudnall Stamm, received degrees in psychology and statistics at Appalachian State University (B.S., M.A.) and University of Wyoming (Ph.D.). Stamm is a research professor, Director of Telehealth, and director of the Idaho State University Institute of Rural Health. She has been recognized by the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies for “fundamental contributions to the international public understanding of trauma” and as one of the nation’s distinguished researchers by the National Rural Health Association. In her work primarily rural underserved peoples, Stamm’s efforts focus on health policy, cultural trauma, and secondary traumatic stress among health care providers where telehealth figures prominently. Her work is used in more than 30 countries and diverse fields including health care, bioterrorism and disaster responding, news media, and the military. For more information, see http://www.isu.edu/irh and http://www.isu.edu/-bhstamm.