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Dr. J. E. Louis Malenfant
Dr. J. E. Louis Malenfant

President
jelm@cers-safety.com

Education
BA, BED, MA, PhD, Behavioral Psychology

Work Experience
President, Center for Education and Research in Safety, (1989- ), Professor of Psychology, (1979-1997), Dean of Education (1979-1985), Senior Vice President Human Resources and Student Affairs, University of Moncton (1987-1995). Worked for many years as teacher, principal, school psychologist, senior government administrator. Has authored numerous peer reviewed research articles in the safety area and major reports for Governments and Universities. Dr. Malenfant has served as a consultant to public and private firms. He has worked extensively in the area of municipal and government restructuring, public and traffic safety including alcohol abuse by adolescents, impaired driving, pedestrian safety and seat belt use. He has designed with Dr. Van Houten, components of the North Carolina “Click it or Ticket” seat belt program, and has worked on developing innovative strategies for promoting seat belt use in high risk drivers. He is currently working on a variety of traffic safety programs for the Florida Department of Transportation, the Province of New Brunswick and several municipalities in Canada and the United States. Dr. Malenfant’s competence in the area of Applied Behavior Analysis and administrative experience in government and Universities provides him with the expertise and experience needed to develop programs to analyze and change human behavior in community and institutional settings.

Publications: available on request.

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