Dr. Richard (Dick) Day is Associate Professor of Psychology in McMaster’s Department of Psychology, Neuroscience & Behavior. A faculty member since 1975, Dick taught Introductory Psychology for 30 years, and has taught Theories of Personality for 25 years. Currently, in addition to Theories of Personality, Dick teaches Adolescent Development, Attitudes and Beliefs, Abnormal Psychology, Forensic Psychology, and Positive Psychology. Dick was named MSU Teacher of the Year in the Faculty of Social Sciences in 1988, a national 3M Teaching Fellow in 1991, and in 2007 received both a Leadership in Faculty Teaching Award from the Province of Ontario, and the President's Award for Excellence in Educational Leadership from McMaster University.