Ann Weber, Ph.D.
Dr. Ann Weber is Professor of Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Asheville, in the mountains of Western North Carolina. Ann has been teaching classroom-based courses on the Psychology of Close Relationships since 1982, one of the longest continuous offerings of the course in the nation. She earned her doctorate in social psychology from The Johns Hopkins University in 1978, and has been teaching at UNCA ever since.
On her own and with distinguished colleagues, she's written and co-authored numerous books, chapters and articles in psychology, on topics ranging from grief and bereavement to relationship "thinking." Ann is an active member of both the International Network on Personal Relationships (INPR) and the International Society for the Study of Personal Relationships (ISSPR), the latter having awarded her its second-ever Outstanding Teaching Award.