Sewanee and Yale Collaborations
C. Albert Bardi
Associate Professor of Psychology
B.A., North Carolina State University; M.A., Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
C. Albert Bardi, a clinical psychologist, earned BA degrees in Psychology and Philosophy at North Carolina State University. After completing a Harvard fellowship and earning his PhD at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Professor Bardi worked as a tribal clinician for the San Carlos Apache of Arizona and the Passamaquoddy of Northern Maine.
As an academic, Professor Bardi has followed his own and his students’ interests in the development and validation of personality measures that relate to functioning including shyness, optimism, entitlement, comfort-seeking and assertiveness.
More recently Professor Bardi has been working with students to construct similar measures that are specifically tailored for non-dominant U.S. cultural groups.
Professor Bardi teaches introductory psychology, research methods, human diversity, abnormal behavior, abnormal seminar and advanced research.