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Susan Basow, Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology, recently published “Androcentrism” in Encyclopedia of Gender, Volume One, pages 125-135, edited by J. Worell and published by Academic Press, San Diego.

Basow served as a workshop leader and a panelist at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association in San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 23-26.

Basow was facilitator for a continuing education workshop, “Teaching the Psychology of Women: Continuity & Change.” She also was a panelist for a conversation hour, “Women in Academe: Strategies for Success.”

Basow’s teaching areas include abnormal psychology, psychology of gender, and counseling psychology. Her research interests include clinical psychology, social psychology, gender issues, and women’s studies.

For more information, email Basow at

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