Catherine Sanderson, professor of psychology at Amherst College, also serves as a member of the town school committee, manages to find time to teach, conduct research, write books as well as advise members of the men’s hockey team. She’s also advised several football players over the years on academics, including Quarterback Alex Vetras.
Psychology professor and relationship expert Catherine Sanderson commented on summer romances in this article for the news website. “People out of their regular environment find it easier to pursue romance or love [during vacation], especially late adolescents, because they don’t have classes or exams, as they would in their regular social world,” she explained.
The Hindu: Money is important, but how much do you need?
In this piece about the money and happiness, psychology professor Catherine Sanderson offered some expert commentary. “We always think if we just had a little bit more money, we’d be happier,” she told the Indian newspaper, “but when we get there, we’re not.”