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Southeastern's Baiamonte listed among ‘Must Take’ psychology professors

Thursday, May 21, 2015 Brandon Baiamonte
by: Rene Abadie

BAIAMONTE A ‘MUST TAKE’ PROF – Brian Baiamonte, assistant professor of psychology at Southeastern Louisiana University, has been named one of “10 Must Take Psychology Professors in New Orleans by Careers in Psychology.


     HAMMOND – Brandon Baiamonte of the Department of Psychology at Southeastern Louisiana University has been listed among the “10 Must Take Psychology Professors in New Orleans” by the website Careers in Psychology.
     An assistant professor at Southeastern since joining the faculty in 2013, his research interests focus around pain perception, addiction, psychology and exercise.
     “I am delighted, although not the least bit surprised, to learn that Dr. Baiamonte has been identified as one of the 10 must take professors in the area,” said Susan Coats, head of the Department of Psychology. “Dr. Baiamonte has a great talent for teaching. Students often tell me how inspiring he is and how much they enjoy learning under his instruction. He is particularly good at conveying the importance of research and its relevance to everyday life. His passion for both teaching and research is one of the reasons Dr. Baiamonte is such an excellent professor.”
     Baiamonte, a resident of Ponchatoula, holds his doctorate in Applied Biopsychology from the University of New Orleans. He earned his bachelor’s degree from LSU, master’s degrees from Southeastern in general psychology and at UNO in biopsychology. He is the recipient of Community Award for Innovation presented in 2013 by “The Psychology Times.”
     Careers in Psychology is the Internet’s premier psychology career and education media outlet. The list is subjective, depending upon writers who scour the Internet and draw from referencing sites such as Rate My Professors, My Edu and Students Review, and general news accounts.
     The full listing of professors can be found on the site careersinpsychology.org.




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