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Biology lecturer serves as co-author for pair of books

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Dr. Ramneet Kaur, lecturer of biology at UNG, served as co-author on two books about psychology.

A University of North Georgia (UNG) lecturer of biology served as co-author on two college textbooks written by a retired psychology department head from a university in India.

Dr. Ramneet Kaur, who is originally from India, wrote a chapter in "Experimental Psychology," with Dr. Agya Jit Singh as the main author and Dr. Paramjit Kaur as another co-author.

Kaur also penned a chapter in "Basic Psychological Processes," with Singh as the chief author and editor and Dr. Dimple Shekhawat and Dr. Debjani Mukherjee as co-authors.

"I explain the biology behind the psychological processes so we can understand psychology in a better way," Kaur said.

Kaur looks forward to more book collaborations in the future as a way to share her expertise. Her biology research focus is breast cancer.

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