Association: Served on the Executive Committee of Div.
1 (General Psychology) and Div. 52 (International Psychology), as
well as serving as Program Chair for each division.
Member-at- large and historian of Div. 52. Continue to serve
as a site visitor, Committee on Accreditation, 1986-present.
Chair of the William James Book Award Committee, 2009. Chair of the
George Miller Award Committee, 2010. Chair of the Ernest R.
Hilgard Lifetime Award Committee, 2011. President of APA
Division 1 (Society for General Psychology) 2009-2010.
President of APA Division 52 (International Psychology)
Eastern Psychological Association
(EPA): Served as historian and member of the Board,
presenting five lectures on the history of psychology at the annual
meeting of EPA (2001-2005). In 2007, selected to present the
first lecture in an endowed lecture series honoring Virginia Staudt
Sexton, a former faculty member at
St. John's University.
New York State Psychological Association
(NYSPA): Elected president of the Academic Division (twice)
and president of the Division of Adult Development and Aging.
Served on various committees including serving as Chair of the
Ethics Committee and Chair of the Awards Committee. Received
numerous awards from NYSPA including the Distinguished Service
Award, the Wilhelm Wundt Award, the Kurt Lewin Award, the David
Mitchell Award, and the Allen V. Williams Jr. Memorial Award, their
highest award, for Lifetime Contributions to Psychology.
Co-editor, annual research issue of the NYS Psychologist,
New York Academy of
Sciences: Completed a two-year term as Chair of the
Section on Psychology (2005-2006). Chair of the James McKeen
Cattell Dissertation Award Committee: 2005. Member of the
Program Committee from 2000-2008. Recipient of the first
Helmut E. Adler Award of the New York Academy of Sciences for
"outstanding contributions to the history of psychology."
Psi Chi: Moderated and co-moderated
the local chapter of Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in
Psychology; served on the National Council of Psi Chi (twice);
served as national Psi Chi historian; and was the keynote speaker
at the 75th anniversary of the founding of Psi Chi, held at Yale
University in 2004. Received four service awards from Psi Chi
and a Thelma Hunt Research Award.
St. John’s University: Presented
with the Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, May 1999; recipient
of the Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship Award—Graduate, June,
2000; appointed a Fellow of the Teaching and Learning Center,
2000-2001; Grand Marshall, St. John's University Commencement,
Department of Psychology: Served on
several committees, including Undergraduate Educational Policy
Committee and Graduate Educational Policy Committee. Served
11 3-year terms as a member of the Psychology Department P&B
(the Personnel and Budget Committee). Mentored 28 doctoral
dissertations and served on more than 140 doctoral
In January, 2006, Professor Hogan was appointed Associate
Editor/Section Editor (history and obituary editor) for the
American Psychologist, the most widely circulated
professional psychology journal in the world. In 2006, he was
the co-founder of an organization of Psychology Historians of New
York who are documenting the history of psychology in New York