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 most recent research focuses on how casual remarks by professors to students may have lasting effects on student development. He is past National President of Psi Chi, 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. He is the husband of Jan and the father of Nicholas and Michael. His favorite hobby is hiking and camping out West or in the mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina.
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