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About the Author
Chris Hakala is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Western New England College in Springfield, Massachusetts. He earned a Master's degree and a PhD in cognitive psychology from the University of New Hampshire. His areas of interest include the teaching of psychology, reading comprehension, and language development. Chris has been an Advanced Placement reader for since 2000 and has extensive knowledge of test and rubric development.