Catherine A. Sanderson

Photo of Catherine A. SandersonPhoto | Joanna ChattmanCatherine A. Sanderson is the Manwell Family Professor in Life Sciences at Amherst College and the author of The Positive Shift: Mastering Mindset to Improve Happiness, Health, and Longevity. She has written five college textbooks, including Real World Psychology, as well as widely-taught middle and high school health textbooks. Sanderson lectures around the country and was chosen by The Princeton Review® as one of the best college professors in America. Her work has been featured in the Atlantic and Washington Post and on CBS and NBC.

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Cover: Why We Act: Turning Bystanders into Moral RebelsWhy We Act: Turning Bystanders into Moral RebelsSanderson, Catherine A.PAPERBACK03/08/2022$18.95
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