Don (Donnie) Davis is an Associate Professor of Psychology at Georgia State University. Donnie did undergraduate work at Yale and his doctorate at Virginia Commonwealth University, under Everett Worthington. His research and clinical interests are in the area of positive psychology. His work focuses on humility and related virtues such as forgiveness and gratitude. He has published over 230 articles or chapters, as well as several books on these themes. He has participated in over 20 grant-funded projects. He is the Associate Editor of the Journal of Positive Psychology. In terms of fun, Donnie enjoys biking, hiking, and other outdoor activities, and is also an avid reader. He also loves spending time with his partner, Cirleen DeBlaere, and his three kids, Catherine (age 11), Adam (age 7), and Emerson (age 1).
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