In the Spirit

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AuthorHouse, Sep 17, 2008 - Psychology - 300 pages
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Dr. Wilford W. Spradlin, received his B.A. and M.D. degrees from the University of Virginia, interned at the Royal Victoria Hospital of McGill University and completed his residency training at Duke University where he later became a member of the faculty. In 1978, Dr. Spradlin accepted the position of Chair at the University of Virginia Department of Psychiatry. At his retirement in 1997, Dr. Spradlin was awarded the W. W. Spradlin Chair of Psychiatric Medicine and the title of Professor Emeritus. His scientific publications include Human Biosociology and The Search for Certainty, by Springer-Verlag. Presently, Dr. Spradlin continues to teach and supervise residents. He and his co-author, Susan Renee, pursue their shared interest in the bio-psycho-social foundations of human behavior with emphasis on the psychological, philosophical and religious aspects of reverential phenomena.

www.wilford-spradlin-writings.com and www.susan-renee-novels.com

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Dr. Wilford W. Spradlin, received his B.A. and M.D. degrees from the University of Virginia, interned at the Royal Victoria Hospital of McGill University and completed his residency training at Duke University where he later became a member of the faculty. In 1978, Dr. Spradlin accepted the position of Chair at the University of Virginia Department of Psychiatry. At his retirement in 1997, Dr. Spradlin was awarded the W. W. Spradlin Chair of Psychiatric Medicine and the title of Professor Emeritus. His scientific publications include Human Biosociology and The Search for Certainty, by Springer-Verlag. Presently, Dr. Spradlin continues to teach and supervise residents. He and his co-author, Susan Renee, pursue their shared interest in the bio-psycho-social foundations of human behavior with emphasis on the psychological, philosophical and religious aspects of reverential phenomena.

www.wilford-spradlin-writings.com and www.susan-renee-novels.com

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