Ann Brown, a counterpart to my last post.

Ann Leslie Brown was an educational psychologist who developed methods of teaching children to be better in the learning process. Her interest in human memory led Brown to focus on the active memory strategies that would help improve memory and developmental differences in memory tasks. Her understanding of the learning difficulties of children usually came from an inability to use metacognitive strategies such as summary, led to profound advances in the theory of educational psychology and teaching procedures
Brown earned a doctorate in psychology from the University of London after research under the title “Performance Anxiety and Complex Learning in Children.” He later moved to the United States where she met her husband and collaborator Joseph Campione. Brown received several prestigious awards for her research and was president of the American Educational Research Association.

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A tribute to a great man: Gerard J. M. van den Aardweg

Aardweg studied from 1955 to 1961 at Leiden University psychology and graduated from the University of Amsterdam, 1967 Doctor of Philosophy degree in Psychology with a dissertation on homosexuality and neuroses. Since 1963 he works as a psychotherapist in private practice in Amsterdam, specializing in Neopsychoanalyse and the treatment of homosexuality and marriage problems. For the Dutch Ministry of Justice, he treated convicts, 1965-1976.

 

He gave lectures – mainly about homosexuality – at various universities in the United States, Canada, Brazil and Germany. In 1977 he was a visiting professor of psychotherapy at the University Catholic priest (Pontificia Universidade Catolica de Campinas), Campinas (São Paulo) worked. From 1990 to 1994 he taught at the International Institute for Academic MEDO Studies on Marriage and Family in the Augustinian Abbey in Kerkrade Rolduc. He currently serves on the Institute of Philosophy and Theology in the Diocese of Haarlem employed as a teacher. He is a member of the NARTH Scientific Advisory Board and LEO – Society for Life Orientation and in the body of the new Journal of Empirical Same-Sex Sexual Behavior by Paul Cameron. He participated in various conferences of Exodus International (California, 1992; Germany, Holland, France), as well as at conferences and events of life Rights Movement (Human Life International in Holland 1995; Ireland 1997, Minneapolis, 1997, Houston 1998; Austrian Bishops’ Conference of 1993, etc.) . Gordon Urquhart him as a sympathizer of Opus Dei.
Aardweg published numerous papers and books on psychological and psychotherapeutic issues. His work, the drama of ordinary homosexuals in conservative – particularly conservative Catholic and evangelical – a popular community discussion of homosexuality.

 

The Ecumenical Group homosexuals and the church (domestic consumers), which deals with the issue of homosexuality and the church in Germany justified this by saying that his reading list in terms of “popular literature”, “large gaps” comprising. From the professional world it is mostly ignored. From 1980 to 1990 he was editor of the Dutch edition of the international Catholic journal Communion.

 

He is Roman Catholic, married with seven children and lives in Aardenhout.