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Spring 2021 Sections
- PSYC-1101 (Intro to General Psychology) Section: E01
- PSYC-1101 (Intro to General Psychology) Section: E02
Fall 2020 Sections
- PSYC-3150 (Abnormal Psychology) Section: E03 Download Syllabus [PDF]
- PSYC-3150 (Abnormal Psychology) Section: E01 Download Syllabus [PDF]
- PSYC-8001 (Culture and Subjectivity) Section: E01 Download Syllabus [PDF]
Summer 2020 Sections
- PSYC-3150 (Abnormal Psychology) Section: E02 Download Syllabus [PDF]
Spring 2020 Sections
Weiner, T. (2020). The Recuperation of Moral Agency through Structural Erasure in Clinical Social Workers’ Accounts of Career Path and Treatment Decisions. Smith College Studies in Social Work.(Special Issue: “Social Class and Social Work Practice)
Weiner, T. (2019). Billable Services and the ‘Therapeutic Fee’: On the Work of Disavowal of Political Economy and its Re-emergence in Clinical Practice. Anthropological Quarterly, 92(3). (Special Collection: “Remuneration in an Unequal World”)
Weiner, T. (2011). The (Un)managed Self: Paradoxical Forms of Agency in Self-Management of Bipolar Disorder. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 35, pp. 448–483.
Cohler, B. & Weiner, T. (2011). The Inner Fortress: Symptom and Meaning in Asperger’s Syndrome. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 31(3), pp. 208–221.
Weiner, T. (2005-2006). Walking After Midnight: Linda Mae, Homeless at Seventy-one. Salt, 61-62, pp. 106- 110. (Visual ethnography published by the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, Portland, ME)