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Peter Giordano, Ph.D.

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Dr. Peter Giordano
 received his BA, MA, and PhD (Clinical Psychology) from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He teaches Abnormal Psychology, Personality Psychology, Psychological Testing, and Introduction to Psychological Science. A frequent workshop presenter on teaching and student professional development issues, his scholarly research and writing focuses on intersections between Western and East Asian conceptions of personality, the family, and the self. He also helps lead summer study abroad trips to China, to help students learn about the cultural underpinnings of personality development and family relations. He is past National President of Psi Chi (the International Honor Society in Psychology), has served as the Editor of the Methods and Techniques section of the journal Teaching of Psychology, and is a past recipient of the CASE Tennessee Professor of the Year Award. His lifelong goal is to still be snow skiing when he is 80 years old.

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Dr. Giordano has also co-edited two books related to professional development for students in graduate school. Click on the links below if you want to learn more.

Your Graduate Training in Psychology

Your Career in Psychology