Here are 483 retirement messages from some of your colleagues:
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Wishing you the best as you enter this next phase of your life. Thank you for your numerous contributions to psychology and the world. Your research has indeed helped make the world a better place. Thank you also for being a fun president, one who folks still lovingly say made everybody feel important. Be well.
American Psychological Association
What a joy you have been in the lives of so many of us. Your generosity when invited to speak to students, your incredible ability to put your considerable creativity to important use, and your overall kind nature puts you
at the very top of our field now and forever.
Enjoy your wonderful life!
Chidren's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Thanks again for the remarkable lecture last month on the "The Psychology of Evil and the Politics of Fear." You had a major impact that will be very hard to top in our future Richey Lectures in Social Psychology.
Best wishes in your retirement!
Saint Louis University
I'm surprised to hear that you are retiring, because I have always thought of you as my younger brother. But I guess younger brothers have rights too, and I welcome you to the privileged status of elder statesman. I look forward to your continuing vigorous, creative, and constructive contributions to the field and to society.
With warm wishes,
Congratulations on the occasion of your retirement, and on a dazzling career in social psychology.
Michigan State University
Congratulations! Your tireless efforts have been an inspiration to us all.
University of San Francisco
You are too young to retire! I will always remember you for your sage advice on teaching.
"Get the class discussion going by inducing students to respond to each others' questions and comments." (That remark made a world of difference!)
I won't be able to forget your outrageousness, your boldness, and your creativity in your approach to life and work. I wonder if anyone else will recall the APA presentation (?) when you snuck photos of nudes amongst your slides!
Carnegie Mellon University
Your video series as a review increased AP scores greatly. Thank you and congratulations.
AP Psychology Teacher
You've been such an inspiration for me personally, but also for many of my students in both here in the U.S. and Japan. They have been profoundly moved by your monumental contribution to the field. Thank you very much!
All the best,
University of Michigan
Thanks for your wisdom, enthusiasm, and grit -- you have truly revolutionized the field of psychology, and made an imprint on the world through your many contributions. I'm one of many social psychologists who admire your work and consider you one of our major influences.
University of Pittsburgh
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