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Christopher R. Stones (Advisor to the Board)
Position:
Emeritus Editor - Advisor to the Board
Address:
Professor Emeritus of Psychology
Faculty of Humanities
Rhodes University
South Africa
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Miscellaneous Information

Miscellaneous Information:

Professor Christopher Stones, previously Head of the Department of Psychology at Rhodes University in Grahamstown, South Africa and former Professor of Psychology at the University of Johannesburg, has enjoyed a lengthy academic and research career, in the course of which he has taught in the areas of physiological, clinical, forensic and social psychology, as well as research methodology. He has served as Vice-President of the South African Association for Psychotherapy since its inception, and as past Chairman of the South African Society for Clinical Psychology

Professor Stones’s research interests are in the areas of identity, attitudes and attitude change, phenomenological praxis and methodologies, abnormal psychology and psychotherapy, spirituality and religious experience, in all of which areas he has published extensively.

An Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society, with which he is also registered as a Chartered Psychologist, Professor Stones is registered with the South African Health Professions Council as both a Research and a Clinical Psychologist.

He was the Editor-in-Chief of the Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology from 2003 until 2018, and he continued in that role to assist with the transition of the Editorship during the 12 month interregnum. Professor Stones is also on the editorial panels of two other online journals.

Currently, he conducts a full-time clinical psychology practice at a healthcare centre, and serves as a consultant in the fields of forensic investigation and behavioural risk management.

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