Peter Giordano, chair of Psychological Science, has published an edited book titled Your Graduate Training in Psychology: Effective Strategies for Success with Sage Publications. With co-editors Stephen Davis of Morningside College and Carolyn Licht of Fordham University, the book takes a developmental approach to establishing a variety of professional skills from the first year of graduate training until degree completion. Chapter authors include Belmont psychology faculty Seraphine Shen-Miller and Lonnie Yandell. In addition, three other chapters are written by alumni of the Belmont Department of Psychological Science who later obtained PhDs in psychology: Christy Spears Brown is associate professor of Psychology at the University of Kentucky, Dan Corts is professor of Psychology at Augustana College, and Radha (Dunham) Carlson is a clinical assistant professor at UNC-Chapel Hill.
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