Glenn Albright is a clinical psychologist who received his Ph.D. from the City University of New York. He is currently a faculty member and former chair of the Department of Psychology at Baruch College. His research involves evaluating the efficacy of virtual human role-play simulations that teach users how to effectively manage challenging health and mental health conversations that bring about sustained changes in attitudes and behaviors. His work has resulted in numerous journal publications that examined the impact of role-play simulations utilizing intelligent virtual humans in the areas of K12, higher education and healthcare.
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