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Name: Marc Lindberg
Title: Professor
Office: Psychology/COLA
Phone: 304-696-2769
Email: lindberg@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Research Based:
 
Consulting Editor:
Journal of Genetic Psychology, 1997-Present

Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 1997-Present
 
 
Presentations:
Lindberg, M. A., & Thomas, S. W. (2002, March). A New Measure of Attachments: Psychometric Properties and Tests with Prisoners, Eating Disorders, Alcoholics, and Children of Divorce. Paper presented at the Conference on Human Development. Charlotte, NC.

Lindberg, M. A. (2001, May). Tests of a New Interviewing Technique for Children. Paper presented at the American Psychiatric Association, New Orleans, LA.

Lindberg, M. A. (2001, May). A New Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment of Alcoholism. Paper presented at the American Psychiatric Association, New Orleans, LA.

Lindberg, M. A. (2000, December). Interviewing Children of Different Ages: Dos, Don=t, and Suggestions for improving Your and Their Accuracy. Grand Rounds for the Department of Psychiatry, Marshall University. Huntington, WV.

Lindberg, M. A., Chapman, M. & Thomas, S. W. (1999, April). Tests of three approaches to interviewing child eyewitnesses. In A. Warren & D. A. Poole, Chairs, Eliciting Accurate Testimony from Children: What Works, What Doesn=t, and Why Symposium conducted at the Biennual Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM.

Lindberg, M. A., Mc Million, L., & Thomas, S. (1999, April). Attachment Dynamics of Children of Divorce as a Function of Age and Gender. Paper presented at the Biennual Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM.

Lindberg, M. A., Thomas, S. W., & Opell-Smith, C. (1998, June). Attachment Dynamics of Eating Disorders. Paper presented at the American Psychiatric Association. Toronto, Canada.

Lindberg, M. A., Thomas, S. W. (1998, May). A New Measure of Attachments from Adolescents to Old Age. Paper presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, May, 1998.

Lindberg, M. A., & Thomas, S. W. (1998, March). The role of attachment histories in the development of addictions. In M. Lindberg, (Chair), Advances in attachment research. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the West Virginia Psychological Association, Flatwoods, WV.

Lindberg, M. A., & Thomas, S. W. (1998, March). The study of attachment as it pertains to clinical practice. In M. Lindberg, (Chair), Advances in attachment research. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the West Virginia Psychological Association, Flatwoods, WV.
 
 
Proceedings:
& Thomas, S. W. (1998, March). The role of attachment histories in the development of addictions. In M. Lindberg (Chair), Advances in Attachment Research. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the West Virginia Psychological Association, Flatwoods, WV.

Chapman, M., & Thomas, S. W. (1999, April). Tests of three approaches to interviewing child witnesses. In A. Warren & D. A. Poole, (Chairs), Eliciting Accurate Testimony from Children: What Works, What Doesn’t and Why. Symposium conducted at the biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Albuquerque, NM.
 
 
Publications:
Lindberg, M. A., Chapman, M. T., Samsock, D. Thomas, S. W., & Lindberg, A. W. (In Press). Journal of Genetic Psychology.

Lindberg, M. A. (2002). The role of suggestions and personality characteristics in producing illness reports and desires for suing the responsible party. Journal of Psychology, Interdisciplinary and Applied, 136, (2) 125-140.

Lindberg, M. A. Jones, S. McComas Collard, L. & Thomas, S. (2001) Similarities and differences in eyewitness testimonies of children who directly versus vicariously experience stress. Journal of Genetic Psychology: Developmental, Clinical, and Educational Psychology, 162, (3), 314-333.

Lindberg, M. A., Kiefer, J., & Thomas, S. (2000). Eyewitness testimony for physical abuse as a function of personal experience, development, and focus of study. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 21 (5): 555-591.
 
 
Review Work:
Developmental Psychology, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Child Development, Journal of Experimental, Psychology; Learning, Memory, and Cognition, Journal of Psychology, McGraw-Hill, Brooks-Cole, Prentice Hall.
 

Awards:
 

Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award for the College of Liberal Arts, 2000
 

Other Achievements:
 
Consultations with Attorneys and Corporations:
1996 State of West Virginia vs Smith. R. Mayne, Wayne, WV.

1996 State of West Virginia vs Thompson. E. Frances, Lewisberg, WV.

1996 State of West Virginia vs Wells. D. Lockwood, Huntington, WV.

1997 State of West Virginia vs Lawrence. N. Bouchillon, Huntington, WV.

1998 State of West Virginia vs New. S. Elling Sammons, Huntington, WV.

1999 Gadzooks Clothing Store R. Godbey, Huntington, WV.

1997 Milstead vs Lykins. J. Dickens of Tyson & Tyson, Huntington, WV.

1996, State of West Virginia vs Straughter. Crabtree, Charleston, WV.

1999 State of West Virginia vs Walker. G. Castelle, Charleston, WV

Psychological/psychosomatic bases of claims of personal injury - Pollution

2000, Bradley vs CSX. Huddleston et al. (M. Williams), Huntington, WV

 
 
Consulting Editor:
Journal of Genetic Psychology, 1997-Present

Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 1997-Present


Review Work:

Developmental Psychology, Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, Child

Development, Journal of Experimental, Psychology; Learning, Memory, and Cognition,

Journal of Psychology, McGraw-Hill, Brooks-Cole, Prentice Hall,

 

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