Anthony Greene, PhD is a member of the doctoral faculty in the School of Psychology.
Industry Expertise (4)
Mental Health Care
Training and Development
Areas of Expertise (11)
Anger and Psychopathology
Emotions and Health
Clinical and Health Psychology
Biological Bases of Behavior
Cognitive and Affective Bases of Behavior
(2001) Humanitarian of the Year Award (professional)
Awarded by Bahai’ of Greater Gainesville, FL
(1996) Ebony Appreciation Award for Community Service (professional)
Awarded by United Ebony Society, Gainesville, FL
(1992) Five Star Salute (professional)
Presented by the Cultural Arts Coalition, Gainesville, FL
University of South Florida (APA Approved): PhD, Clinical & Health Psychology 1988
- American Psychological Association (38, 45, 48) : Member
- Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society : Member
- Abiding Faith Christian Church : Treasurer, Board of Directors
- University of Florida : Adjunct Faculty
- Cultural Arts Coalition, Inc. : Board Member
- UF Association of Black Faculty and Staff : Pres. 2005-07, Treas. 2009-11
- Black AIDS Services and Education, Inc. : Board Officer 2004-present
- The Preserve (Safe House for Youth) : President, Board of Directors 2005-07
- Cultural Arts Coalition : President, Board of Directors 1999-2014
- African American Artisan's Guild : Member
- Florida Psychological Association : Chapter President, 1997-98
Media Appearances (1)
More young women using ADHD medications, study says
The Alligator online
Anthony Greene, a psychologist at the UF’s Counseling & Wellness Center, said there are two patterns of ADHD. One pattern presents difficulty in focusing and maintaining concentration, and the other is seen in impulsivity and hyperactivity. “Most of the students I interview suggest ADHD interferes with their functioning,” Greene said. He said students can have difficulties ranging from trouble holding casual conversations to zoning out in class. “They can have to restart and reread things, which can take them three to five times as long to get through study materials as their peers,” he said...
Event Appearances (4)
Mentoring Black Professionals: Models and Methods, with Robinson, S., Lodge, T., Abbott, J. and Dennis, C.
(2015) American Association of Blacks in Higher Education National Conference Charleston, SC
Culturally responsive training: Lessons from a multiculturally conscious training program, with Maynard-Pemba, N. and Fukuyama, M.
(2011) 1st Caribbean Regional Conference of Psychology Nassau, Bahamas
Defining and assessing behavior problems among African American children: culturally sensitive approaches
(2000) Forty-sixth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association New Orleans, LA
Group treatment of anger in interpersonal violence offenders
(1998) American Psychological Association San Francisco, CA
(2013) Chest pains characterized by intense pressure, heaviness, tightness, and pressure radiating to the neck, jaw, and left arm have been linked to cardiac disease since Heberden's original description of this syndrome, known as angina pectoris (AP), more than 200 years ago. ...
Sibille, K.A., Greene, A.F., & Bush, J.E.
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Negy, C. (ed.), , 23-35. Bent Tree Press: Reno.
(2002) This article highlights key clinical and cultural considerations for working with African American women. Two cases are presented as examples for incorporating a holistic approach within the context of brief EAP therapy. In the first case, a successful intervention ...
(2002) The literature suggests that a multitude of psychological and social factors can interact to place adolescents at risk for aggression and violence. This study examined three of these factors: personality, affect, and family. Using a heterogeneous sample of male adolescents at risk ...
Ketterer, M., Freedland, K., Krantz, D., Kaufmann, P., Forman, S., Greene, A., Raczynski, J., Knatterud, G., Light, K., Carney, R., Stone, P., Becker, L., Sheps, D.
Vol. 5, 75-85.
(2000) How do you as a professional psychologist know if you are competent to treat clients whose cultural origins and values differ from your own? What awareness, knowledge, and skills do you need? With whom should you consult? When should you refer? ...
Harway, M. & O'Neil, J (eds.), pp. 51-60. Sage: Thousand Oaks.
Vol. 41, pp. 452-453.
Greene, A.F., Schocken, D.D., Spielberger, C.D.
Spielberger, C.D. & Butcher, J.N. (eds.), 9, pp. 153-176, Erhlbaum Associates: Hillside.
Johnson, E.H., Greene, A.F.
Johnson, E.H., Gentry, D.W. & Julius, S.O. (eds.), , pp. 27-66, Washington: Hemisphere.
(1992) Although it is clear from previous research that pain is associated with negative affect, the relative contribution of specific affective dimensions, eg depression, anxiety and anger, to the subjective experience of chronic pain is unclear. The literature is also mixed ...