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Publication Date: 2005
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Lessons in Teaching Hope: An Interview with C. R. Snyder
Teaching of Psychology, v32 n1 p74-78 2005
Lorie Ritschel received her undergraduate degrees in French and psychology from the University of Georgia in 1999. In 2002, she received her MA in clinical psychology from the University of Kansas, where she currently is pursuing a doctoral degree. Lorie is the clinic systems coordinator and a therapist at the University of Kansas Psychological Clinic. She also has taught undergraduate courses in abnormal psychology. Lorie's research examines the roles of mindfulness and hope in psychotherapy. C. R. (Rick) Snyder received his PhD in clinical psychology from Vanderbilt University in 1971. His entire career has been at the Department of Psychology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, where he was promoted to full professor in 1980. Director of the Kansas Clinical Program from 1974 to 2001, he became the Wright Distinguished Professor of Clinical Psychology in 2002. Editor of the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology from 1987 to 2001, he presently edits the Oxford University Press Book Series in Human Motivation. With longstanding interests in human strengths, his research has been at the interface of clinical, social, personality, and health psychology. His theories, in chronological order, have entailed how people react to personal feedback, the need for uniqueness, the ubiquitous drive to excuse transgressions, and, most recently, the hope motive. Recognized with fellow status in various psychological societies, Snyder also has received awards for his teaching and research.
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