Posts tagged ‘Lou Manza’

Dr. Lou Manza Quoted Regarding Unsolved Murder from 50 Years Ago  

Dr. Lou Manza, chair and professor of psychology, was quoted in a Lebanon Daily News story regarding an unsolved murder from half-a-century ago. He was interviewed Daniel Walmer ’10 and discussed how the moral attitudes of the time could have affected the investigation.

 

The Verge Publishes Interview with Dr. Lou Manza About Cult Leaders

Dr. Lou Manza, chair and professor of psychology, had an extensive interview, “Here’s what Netflix’s Wild Wild Country doesn’t explain about cult leaders: An expert discusses how they seduce and control their followers,” published on The Verge website. The story was picked up worldwide, including as far away as China and the United Arab Emirates.

Dr. Lou Manza Cited in New York Times

The New York Times included expert advice from Dr. Lou Manza, chair and professor of psychology, in “Can a Fitness Tracker Help You Run A Better Race.” Dr. Manza also happens to be an ultramarathoner.

 

Dr. Manza’s Piece Regarding the Death of Charles Manson Published Everywhere

Ok, not everywhere, but in quite a few media outlets… Dr. Lou Manza’s, chair and professor of psychology, recent article on Charles Manson – and his followers in particular – “Exploiting the Human Need for Emotional Comfort,” was published in numerous media outlets nationwide. Dr. Manza explored the connections between “Manson ‘family,’ such as Susan Atkins and Patricia Krenwinkel, and how they become drawn to leaders of cult-like organizations.”

 

 

Dr. Manza Discusses Prayer in Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Dr. Lou Manza, chair and professor of psychology, was quoted in a recent Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, This Life: In the wake of Las Vegas tragedy, are our prayers enough?