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Video: “COVID-19: Trauma and Coping”
My presentation at the “Without Limits” faculty panel explored using context-centered theory to help people cope with the coronavirus pandemic. The panel was sponsored by the SUNY New Paltz College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. My talk was based on the following co-authored paper: Raskin, J. D., & Efran, J. S. (2021). The coronavirus in context: Guidance… Continue reading
Diversity from a Constructivist Perspective
Watch my presentation on diversity from a constructivist perspective, presented as part of a panel on humanistic approaches to multiculturalism and diversity as part of the Society for Humanistic Psychology‘s 2021 Virtual Conference Series. Hoffman, L., Granger, N., Jr., Jackson, T., St. John, D., Morrill, Z., Islam, S., & Raskin, J. D. (2021, February… Continue reading
Video Congratulations to Spring 2020 Graduates
On Writing “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives”
Podcast: Constructing Alternatives to the DSM
On MIA Radio, MIA’s Jessica Janze interviewed Dr. Jonathan Raskin, in the Department of Psychology at the State University of New York at New Paltz, where he serves as department chair and teaches classes in psychology and counselor education. He recently authored a textbook titled Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives. Dr. Raskin describes a recent article he wrote… Continue reading
What Will Instructor’s Like About “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives?”
In this video, I talk about three things instructors will like about my textbook, “Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives.”
Diagnostic Perspectives in Abnormal Psychology
In this video I explain how my textbook, Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives includes DSM, ICD, PDM, HiTOP, and PTM perspectives on diagnosis.
The Importance of Perspectives in Abnormal Psychology
Check out this video outlining what a perspectives approach is and how it is central to my forthcoming textbook, Abnormal Psychology: Contrasting Perspectives.