Psychology Sunday: Joseph White

Click Here to Read:   Joseph White (psychologist) on Wikipedia.

Click Here to Read:   Joseph White, pioneering black psychologist who mentored students at UC Irvine, dies at 84 by Anna M. Phillips in the Los Angeles Times on December 1, 2017.

Click Here to Read:   Joseph White Paved the Way for a Black Psychology on the African American Registry website.

Click Here to Read: Joseph White, PhD on the American Psychological Association website.

Click Here to Read:   A labor of love: Joseph L. White, ‘father of black psychology,’ is honored by American Psychological Association by Cathy Lawhon on the UCI website on September 2, 2015.

Click Here to Read:   Game changer: Starting in the late 1950s, Joseph L. White boldly forged the domain of black psychology. Today, the “godfather of black psychology” looks back on his 60-year career championing the rights of blacks and his 1968 confrontation with APA’s Board of Directors By Tori DeAngelis in the APA Monitor on Psychology January 2016, Vol 47, No. 1 Print version: page 46.

Click Here to Read:   The “Godfather” of Black Psychology, Dr. Joseph White, to Deliver Keynote Address at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s Annual Commencement, June 8 on the PRNNewswire website on May 30, 2012.

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