Life[ edit ] Sass obtained his B. After serving as an assistant professor at the faculty Holy Cross College in Worcester , Massachusetts , he joined the faculty of Rutgers University. He has collaborated on research and writing projects with collaborators in Denmark, Spain, England, Mexico, Australia, Italy and the United States and has been a featured lecturer in these countries and elsewhere. He has also featured in a number of films on the subject of Schizophrenia. From to , Sass was president of the Division of Psychology and the Arts of the American Psychological Association , and from to he was president of their Division of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology. In , he was awarded the Joseph B.
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