Ernest Harburg, PhD, M.A., B.S.S.
- Research Scientist Emeritus, Epidemiology
- Research Scientist Emeritus, Psychology
- 240 E. 10th St. #9B
- New York, NY 10003
1983-present: Director, The Musical Theater Foundation, New York City
1982-present: President, The Yip Harburg Foundation, New York City
1973-present: Senior Research Scientist (Emeritus), Epidemiology and Psychology Departments, School of Public Health, The University of Michigan
1964-present: Director, Program for Urban Health Research, University of Michigan
1970-2004: President, Del Rio Bar, Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
1964-1970: Associate Professor, School of Nursing, The University of Michigan
1957-1964: Study Director, Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan
1954-1957: Research Assistant, Wisconsin State Department of Public Welfare
1953: Research Assistant, Rural Welfare Department, Council for Rural Welfare, Caracas, Venezuela
- PhD, Social Psychology, University of Michigan, 1962
- M.A., Cultural Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, 1956
- B.S.S. , History, College of the City of New York, 1951
- Harburg, E., Kaciroti, N., Gleiberman, L., Julius, M., Schork, A. (2008). Marital pair anger-coping types may act as an entity to affect mortality: Preliminary findings from a prospective study (Tecumseh, Michigan, 1971-88). Journal of Family Communication 44-61.
- Jenkins, A., Harburg, E., Weissberg, N.C., Donnelly, T. (2004). The influence of minority group cultural models on persistence in college. The Journal of Negro Education 69-80.
- Harburg, E., Gleiberman, L., Kaciroti, N., Julius, M., Schork, A. (2003). Expressive/suppressive anger-coping responses, gender and types of mortality: A 17-year follow up (Tecumseh, Michigan, 1971-1988). Psychosomatic Medicine 588-597.
- Harburg, E., Blakelock, E.H., and Roeper, P. (1979). Resentful and reflective coping with arbitrary authority and blood pressure: Detroit. Psychosom. Med 189-202.
- Harburg, E., Erfurt, J.C., Hauenstein, L.S., Chape, C., Schull, W.J. and Schork, M.A. (1973). Socioecological stress, suppressed hostility, skin color and black-white male blood pressure: Detroit. Psychosom. Med. 276.
- Phi Beta Kappa