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Richard N. Williams

Richard N. Williams is a professor of psychology at Brigham Young University. His specialty areas include the philosophical, theoretical, and historical foundations of psychology, with concentration on issues related to human agency, as well as the science of psychology and research methods and statistics. Williams has authored, co-authored, and edited numerous journals, articles, and books. Williams and his wife, Camille, have five children and twenty grandchildren.

Richard contributed a chapter to Common Ground—Different Opinions: Latter-day Saints and Contemporary Issues.