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Azar Etesamypour-King, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in Psychology at the Community College of Baltimore County, Maryland. Her education has included a Bachelor degree in Psychology with three majors: Experimental Psychology, Physiology of the Nervous System, and Ethology; a Master degree in Psychology, Cognition, & Communication; a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from Rennes II University, France. Additionally, she has a Post Doctorate from the University of Maryland, School of Medicine funded by NIH, toxicology training grant. Her experiences in Iran and in France have included the teaching of Psychology as an Assistant Professor at undergraduate and graduate levels, and working as a clinical psychologist in a private practice (Iran). Her collaboration with two of her colleagues resulted in publishing a textbook in “Multicultural psychology, Reflecting Humanity” in 2013. This textbook has been used as a textbook for the diversity course. She has been presenting in several national and international conferences on topics related to Multicultural Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, and Behavioral Psychology. She has been doing research in collaboration with one of her colleagues at Isfahan University on various topics. Her interest areas of research are Experimental Psychology (Memory, Learning), Neuropsychology (the effect of neurotoxin on human health) and Multicultural Psychology.