Timothy Steenbergh

Professor; Psychology

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Behavioral Sciences


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Educational Background

  • B.S., 1993, Indiana Wesleyan University
  • M.A., 1995, Ball State University
  • Ph.D., 2001, University of Memphis
  • Two-year post doctoral fellowship in Clinical Health Psychology and Medical Education, 2003, Michigan State University and Genesys Medical Center


Dr. Steenbergh is a clinical psychologist who has served as a faculty member in the Psychology Department since 2003. He teaches courses in Statistics, Research Methods, and Abnormal Psychology.  In 2016, he was named Research Fellow with the Lumen Research Institute and Excelsia College.  Dr. Steenbergh has published research in the areas of addictive behaviors, medical education, and the use of mobile technology for the purpose of psychological assessment and intervention.  Presently, he is working on research projects related to virtues, contentment and student success.  Much of this work is in conjunction with the EMA Lab (www.emaresearch.org), which uses mobile technology to study and promote human flourishing.

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