Norma Baker Gabhart
Dr. Norma Baker Gabhart joined the Belmont faculty in 1966, after completing her PhD in Social Psychology at George Peabody College. Althought Dr. Baker Gabhart retired from full-time teaching in 1994, she continues to serve in an important adjunct role for the program. Dr. Baker Gabhart's teaching areas include Social Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Aging, and Death and Dying. She has supervised student research projects in the areas of death anxiety, attitude change, and attitudes toward the elderly. When not at Belmont, Dr. Baker Gabhart may be found watching an Atlanta Braves baseball game on TV, leading a seminar on the grief process, or helping with church ministry to the homeless or the elderly.