Professor, honorable David S. Nelson Professional Chair, Lynch School of Education – Counseling, Developmental, and Educational Psychology at Boston College
Anderson J. Franklin is the Honorable David S. Nelson Professional Chair at Boston College’s Lynch School of Education. Franklin received a B.A. from Virginia Union University, a M.S. from Howard University and a Ph.D. from the University of Oregon. His areas of expertise include the psychological well-being, resilience and health of African Americans, as well as the impact of stereotypes and invisibility upon African American males and females. Franklin is also a scholar of psychotherapy and counseling interventions with adolescent and adult men and families, with a specialty on men of African descent.
Full Bio online at Boston College’s Lynch School of Education
Youtube ABPsi Lecture Series: Dr. Anderson J. Franklin
- Cultural Content of Materials and Ethnic Group Performance in Categorized Recall (Franklin & Fulani, 1977)
- The Social Context and Socialization Variables as Factors in Thinking and Learning (From Thinking and Learning Skills, 1985)
- Dr. Fulani’s observations on Michael Cole’s Laboratory of Human Cognition, including reflections on A. J. Franklin
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