The ARES normative sample of included 800 youth from the general population. The normative sample includes 50 boys and 50 girls from each age with a racial/ethnic distribution that closely matches that of the U.S. population (U.S. Bureau of the Census, 2000).
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Raymond DiGiuseppe, Ph.D., ABPP
After earning a B.Sc. degree in psychology from the Villanova University and a M.Sc. in General Experimental Psychology from the State University College of New York at Brockport, Dr. DiGuiseppe joined St. John's University faculty in 1987 where he developed a doctoral program in school psychology and received the University's Faculty Achievement Medal.
He has trained hundreds of therapists from around the world. He is the recipient of the Jack Krasner early career contribution award from APA's Division of Psychotherapy.
Dr. DiGiuseppe has contributed to the scientific and clinical literature with 5 books, more than 70 chapters and articles, and more than 100 conferences.
Raymond Chip Tafrate, Ph.D.
Dr. Tafrate earned his Ph.D. in Combined Clinical and School Psychology in 1995 from Hofstra University. He is a licensed Psychologist in Connecticut and New York, and is a Fellow and Supervisor at the Albert Ellis Institute.
As associate professor in the Criminology and Criminal Justice Department at Central Connecticut State University, Dr. Tafrate is the Director of the Graduate Program. He also teaches courses on anger and aggression. Back to the top