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Scott Haas, Ph.D. is a writer and clinical psychologist based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. He is the author of Hearing Voices: Reflections of a Psychology Intern (Dutton), Are We There Yet? (Plume), and Back of the House (Berkley/Penguin). He is the co-author of Da Silvano (Bloomsbury). Dr. Haas’s work appears regularly in Travel plus Leisure (North America and Southeast Asia), The Boston Globe, USA Today, and Gastronomica (University of California). He won a James Beard award for his on-air broadcasts on Here & Now, a nationally syndicated show on National Public Radio. His Ph.D. is from the University of Detroit and he did his doctoral internship at Massachusetts Mental Health Center, a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital. He is at work now on a book about grief and resiliency in families.
Books by Scott Haas
Those Immigrants!: Indians in America: A Psychological Exploration of Achievement
30 individuals. 1 country. And a zeal to make it to the top.
This is the resounding tale of immig...