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Name: Joseph Wyatt
Title: Professor
Office: Psychology/COLA
Phone: 304-696-2778
Email: wyatt@marshall.edu
Expert:
 
Achievements

Research Based:
 
:
Wyatt, W. J. & Midkiff, D. M. (2006). Biological psychiatry: A practice in search of a science. Behavior and Social Issues, 15, 132-151.

Wyatt, W. J. & Midkiff, D. M. (2006). Six-to-one gets the job done: comments on the reviews. behavior and social Issues, 15, 222-231.

Wyatt, W. J. (in press). A behavior analytic lookat recent developments in the asessment of child sexual abuse. Behavior analysis Today.

Wyatt, W. J. (2006). When we were Boy Scouts. goldenseal, 32, 38-45.
 
 
Articles:
W. Joseph Wyatt (1999). Recent Developments in the Assessment of Child Sexual Abuse. A two-part series published in The Forensic Examiner.

W. Joseph Wyatt (2000). Behavioral Science in the Crosshairs: The FBI File on B. F. Skinner. Behavior and Social Issues.

W. Joseph Wyatt (2001). Some myths about behaviorism that are undone in B. F. Skinner’s “The Design of Cultures.” Behavior and Social Issues.

W. Joseph Wyatt (1997). Nine things everyone should know about behavior analysis. Balance.

W. Joseph Wyatt. (1997). Farewell old friend: Or, when a textbook review falls on deaf ears. Balance.

W. Joseph Wyatt (2001). Critical thinking and a scientific worldview: How students’ thinking may be changed upon reading The Millennium Man. TIBINews Time.

W. Joseph Wyatt, P. A. Lamal, Bobby Newman, Sharon A. Hobbie. (1997). Treatment of Behavior analysis in five leading introductory psychology textbooks. Monograph published by BALANCE, a Special Interest Group of the Association for Behavior Analysis.
 
 
Books:
W. Joseph Wyatt (1998) The Millennium Man. Third Millennium Press.

W. Joseph Wyatt (2001) B. F. Skinner From A to Z. Third Millennium Press.

 
 
CE Training Programs Conducted:
W. Joseph Wyatt. “Recent developments in the assessment of child sexual abuse.” A workshop presented to psychologists, counselors, attorneys, law enforcement officers social workers, etc. in six locations in West Virginia as well as in Chicago, Ypsilanti Michigan, and Lexington, KY.

W. Joseph Wyatt and Sandi Kiser-Griffity. “Munchausen Syndrome-By-Proxy.” A CE workshop presented to psychologists and other professionals in numerous West Virginia Locations as well as in Chicago.

W. Joseph Wyatt and Sandi Kiser-Griffith. “Assessment and Intervention in School Violence.” Presented to various professionals in several WV locations.

W. Joseph Wyatt and Sandi Kiser-Griffith. “The Recovered Memory Debate.” Presented to various professionals in several WV locations and in Lexington KY.

 
 
Editorship:
Behavior Analysis Digest. A quarterly behavioral sciences newsletter.
 
 
Monographs:
Lamal, P. A., Newman, B., & Hobbie, S. A. (1997). Treatment of behavior analysis in five leading introductory psychology textbooks. Kalamazoo, MI: Balance—Association for Behavior Analysis.
 
 
Presentations:
W. Joseph Wyatt (2002, May). A critical analysis of the McMartin preschool “tunnels” discovery. Association for Behavior Analysis, Toronto.

W. Joseph Wyatt (1999, May) Getting behavior analysis a fair shake: Accurate representations of behavior analysis. Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago.

W. Joseph Wyatt (1998, August). The Millennium Man project: An integrative novel for middle and high school students. Leaders of Learning Conference, Charleston, WV.

W. Joseph Wyatt & Amanda Adams. (2000, May). Ten years of Behavior Analysis Digest. Association for behavior Analysis, Washington, DC.

(1996). Recent developments in the assessment of child sexual abuse. Paper presented at the West Virginia Psychological Association, Pipestem, WV.

& Griffith, S. K. (1998, May). Munchausen syndrome-by-proxy. Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

& Griffith, S. K. (1998, May). Assessment and intervention in school violence. Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

(1998, October). ‘The Millennium Man’: An integrated science-based novel. Paper presented at the West Virginia Science Teachers Association, Snowshoe, WV.

& Bias, E. (1998, November). ‘The Millennium Man’ Project: Classroom use of a novel set in West Virginia. Paper presented at the West Virginia Reading Association, White Sulpher Springs, WV.

(1999, May). The FBI file on B. F. Skinner. Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

(1999, May). Getting behavior analysis a fair shake: Accurate representations of behavior analysis. Paper presented at the Association for Behavior Analysis, Chicago, IL.

 

Professional/Community Based Service:
 
:
Several guest appearances on WRVC-AM radio call-in program. Each related to some aspect of psychology, 1999 & 2000.

Appearance on Public Radio’s “Switchback” December, 1999.

Faculty member, MU Merit Badge College (Boy Scouts of America) Feb. 2001.

Member, Board of Trustees, Cambridge Center for Behavioral Studies, Cambridge, MA, 2000-present.

Consulting to Family Services of Kanawha Valley, 1997 to present.

Forensic consultation and expert testimony, several dozen cases, various judicial circuits, 1997 to present.
 

Awards:
 

Award for “Effective Presentation and Popularization of Applied Behavior Analysis.” Presented December, 2000, by the New York State Association for Behavior Analysis.

 

Other Achievements:
 
Consultation:
(1999). Consultant to Davidson Films, Inc., for their film (Videotape), B.F. Skinner: A Fresh Appraisal, part of their Giants of Psychology Series, San Luis Obispo, CA.
 

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