The First Experimental Psychologist at Seton Hall

While looking through some old Setonians I came across an article about one of the first experimental psychologists at Seton Hall University who has been forgotten. Dr. Gregory Schramm was a Benedictine monk, scientist, and developmental psychologist.  Before coming to Seton Hall in 1937 he was the chair of the Department of Psychology in a Catholic University in China. I wrote a brief article about Schramm that was published in the...

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Goal 3: Ethical and Social Responsibility in a Diverse World

The skills in this domain involve the development of ethically and socially responsible behaviors for professional and personal settings in a landscape that involves increasing diversity. Students completing foundation- level courses should become familiar with the formal regulations that govern professional ethics in psychology and begin to embrace the values that will contribute to positive outcomes in work settings and in building a society...

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