2013 January 8, Featuring Sam Sommers, Author of Situations Matter, and Dr. David Reiss

January 16th, 2013

Guest: Sam Sommer, author of Situations Matter.

The world around you is pulling your strings, shaping your private thoughts and innermost instincts. And you don’t even realize it.

Sam Sommers is an award-winning teacher and researcher of social psychology at Tufts University outside Boston.  Trevor speaks with Sam about his new book, Situations Matter, Sam Sommers regarding his book Situations Matter and how each of us has the power to make change when we became aware.

His research specialties include how people think, communicate, and behave in diverse settings, as well as psychological perspectives on the U.S. legal system. At Tufts, Sam is known for his engaging lecture style and has won multiple teaching awards, including being selected by the Student Senate as the Professor of the Year in 2009.

Guest: Dr. David Reiss, renowned psychiatrist speaking about adolescents and prescription medications.

In light of the tragic shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, Dr. David Reiss joins us to discuss psychiatric medications and adolescent children. Dr. Reiss has been a practicing psychiatrist for 25 years, specializing in “front-line” adult and adolescent psychiatric care.  He is recognized internationally for expertise in character and personality dynamics.
Dr. Reiss has been invited to participate in numerous lectures and publications in academic journals and newsletters on understanding the significance of character and personality traits in regards to business organizations, personal development, medical and mental health treatment, socio-political systems, and sports / entertainment industries.
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