Program Type:Virtual Program
Psychology is one of the most popular academic majors in American undergraduate colleges and universities. In this talk, Dr. Kurt Debord, professor of psychology, will trace some of the key historical influences in society and academia that made psychology the undergraduate major it is today at Lincoln University. A significant piece will focus on Theodore Bryant, an African-American clinical psychologist who spent 33 years of his professional career at Lincoln.
Meeting ID: 933 4001 4628