SFC Professors Share Their Books
From looking for love or a teaching job, examining 'rape culture' to making psychology more accepted internationally, seven St. Francis College faculty members have recently published work on a variety of topics. They discussed their new books for an afternoon event celebrating the academic scholarship of the College's professors on September 15, 2017.
The professors and their work are:
Rita Baron-Faust: *The Autoimmune Connection: Essential Information for Women on Diagnosis, Treatment, and Getting On With Your Life
Marisa T. Cohen: *From First Kiss to Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love
Uwe P. Gielen: *Women's Evolving Lives: Global and Psychosocial Perspectives; *Internationalizing the Teaching of Psychology; *Resources for International Psychology: 75 Years of the International Council of Psychologists
Peter P. Leibman: *Launch a Teaching Career: Secrets for Aspiring Teachers
Nickie D. Phillips: *Beyond Blurred Lines: Rape Culture in Popular Media
Gregory F. Tague: *Art and Adaptability: Consciousness and Cognitive Culture, *Evolution and Human Culture: Texts and Contexts
The event was organized by Vice President for Academic Affairs Jennifer Lancaster and Director of the Institute for International Cross-Cultural Psychology Uwe P. Gielen.