Camille Wortman, PhD
Camille Wortman completed her BA and and PhD at Duke University in 1969 and 1972, respectively. She then worked as an assistant professor of psychology in 1972. Dr. Wortman was interested human being’s attribution of causality in various situations as well as in studying individual’s self-presentation. Her published works include “temporal changes in pre-decision preferences among choice alternatives” and “the effect of anticipated performance in the attribution of causality to self and others”. Dr. Wortman was also an advocate for the emotional needs of cancer patients and led cancer support groups in the Chicago-area through the Make Today Count mutual-help-group concept.
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