Medical College of Georgia
Department of Psychiatry and Health Behavior
Dr. Bernard Davidson, psychologist, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Health Behavior, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. He directs Family Therapy Training for residency training programs and sees patients for Individual and Family Psychotherapy.
MSW, Social Work.
University of Georgia, 1989
Ph.D., Child Development.
University of Georgia, 1980
MA, Clinical Psych
Fairleigh Dickinson University, 1976
BA, Psych, General
Seton Hall University, 1973
Courses Taught Most Recent Academic Year
His teaching interests include Family Therapy and Problem Based Learning for medical students.
Selected Recent Publications
- Psychiatry Clerkship Survival Guide, 2015
- Introversion and Medical Student Education: Challenges for Both Students and Educators., 2015
- Student assessment of psychiatry clinical simulation teaching modules, 2015
Journal Article, Academic Journal
- PSRY 5000: Psychiatry Clerkship Survival Guide, 2014
- Psychiatry Clinical Simulation Online Teaching Modules: A Multi-Site Prospective Study of Student and Faculty Assessments, 2014
His current research interests include personality factors related to medical student performance and family programs as diversions to youth delinquency. He has been awarded grants and has published in these areas.
Social Behavior and Personality
2003 - 2015
McGraw Hill Publishers
1988 - 2015
Oxford University Press