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September 15, 2017

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.

(Watch SFC Professors Talk About Their Books)

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

Emily Horowitz: *Caught in the Web of the Criminal Justice System: Autism, Developmental Disabilities, and Sex Offenses

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

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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.

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