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Stephen Powers, Ph.D. (Education), University of Arizona, post-doctoral studies in research methods at University of Michigan and Oxford University. He was adjunct professor of educational psychology at the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University, program evaluator and analyst with the Tucson Schools, and founder and president of Creative Research Associates. Additionally, he was an international consultant with the World Bank (Adhirbayjan), United States Agency for International Development, (Egypt and Yemen), and the World Health Organization (Congo Brazzaville). Steve has worked as a teacher, professor, administrator, consultant, statistician, coach, and volunteer. Steve is married to Gail and lives in Tucson, Arizona.
Steve has over 80 academic publications in personality, attribution theory, self-esteem, locus of control, and achievement motivation. He published advanced statistical software used in the Soviet Academy of Sciences (Moscow), and Indian Statistical Institute (Allahabad), Australian National University, including biostatistics and multivariate statistical institutes in Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Germany, and Spain. Steve’s additional interests and activities include that he studied Arabic in the West Bank with Palestinians, taught qualitative research methods at Nur University, Santa Cruz, Bolivia, taught children in the slums of Delhi, India, and taught Persian Pronunciation and Bábí History at Geyserville Bahá’í School in 1953 at age 16. His professional profile is at: creativeresearchassoc.com.