Dr. McMullen’s current research focuses on child and adolescent development and family relationships. At the IUHR, Dr. McMullen has overseen statistical analysis for the Boston Consortium of Services for Men in Recovery and the Post-Partum Women and Infants Study. He is currently working on Project LAUNCH.
Prior to coming to IUHR, he was in clinical practice as a clinical social worker. He taught at a number of colleges, including 6 years teaching at the counseling program, School of Education, Boston University. His research experience includes working as a research associate at the Family Research Project, the Laboratory of Social Psychiatry, and the Developmental Epidemiology Research Unit, all at Harvard University, and at the Initiatives on Aging Project at Boston College.
William McMullen, Ed.D.
McMullen, M. A. & McMullen, W. F. (2009) Examining patterns of change in the critical thinking skills of graduate nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education. 48(6), 310-318.
McMullen, W. F. & McMullen, M. A. (2008) Evaluation, inference and analysis: Patterns of change in the critical thinking skills of graduate nursing students. Division I, Education in the Professions, Professions Education Researcher Quarterly.
Pruchno R. A. & McMullen, W. F. (2004) Patterns of service utilization by adults with a developmental disability: Type of service makes a difference. American Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (formerly, American Journal of Mental Retardation), 109(5) 362-378.