By Christina Spadavecchia
September 12, 2012

Dr. Anthony Tomasco is the head of Psychology, who loves his job very much. He is most excited about showing students the research methods and how they play a big role in being a psychology major. Many students enjoy learning about personality and abnormal.

One of the classes that he teaches is the major’s senior capstone. This class is to help the student’s own growth development. Every psychology student is recommended to take this class their senior year.

This will be Dr. Anthony Tomasco’s 45th year teaching at Cabrini College, which he is very proud of and he will continue with his love of teaching.

Nicole Wisser is a senior who studies psychology. She knew she wanted to become a psychology major in high school when she took her first psychology class.

After taking this class her junior year, Wisser knew right away that she wanted to work with people.

The best part of being a psychology major is learning many different interesting terms. During both her internships her knowledge of these terms helped her stay competitive.

Wisser was an intern at Lutheran Children Family Services and also an intern at Horizon House. She enjoyed interning at Horizon House the most because it had a lot to do with mental health and it was also very hands-on.

“Advice to freshman psychology majors: review your class notes every week so you don’t have to cram a few nights before the test to study,” Wisser said.

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