Professor of Psychology at The College of New Jersey (TCNJ) received a B.A. in psychology from Miami University and completed graduate studies in developmental psychology at the University of Memphis. His scholarly work addresses the social-cognitive aspects of relationships between the group and dyadic levels across early, middle, and late childhood in community-based settings.
Dr. Graham is co-author or co-editor of several books including, The African American Child: Development and Challenges, and Children of Incarcerated Parents: Theoretical, Developmental, and Clinical Issues. He has presented his work at a variety of international and national conferences and has published articles in professional journals such as Social Development, Child Study Journal, Behavior Modification, Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, Journal of College Student Development, and American Journal of Evaluation. Currently, he is the Coordinator of the Developmental Specialization in Psychology at TCNJ. For ten years, Dr. Graham taught graduate courses in psychology and education in Johannesburg, South Africa through TCNJ’s Graduate Global Program. He is actively involved in several community agencies, such as the Children’s Home Society of New Jersey, Kidsbridge Center, Camp Fire NJ, Head Start, and the Trenton Education Dance Institute.