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Natalia Hoenigmann-Lion, PhD
Department of Psychology


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  Office location: 402 Allenwood
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Office phone:410-548-5900
E-mail: nhlion@salisbury.edu
Fax:410-548-2056
 
 

Welcome to my web page. I am a long-time faculty member and routinely teach Psychology & Scientific Inference, Effective Parenting, Introduction to Psychology and Abnormal Psychology. My areas of interest include critical thinking, research design, cognitive and behavioral therapy, applied behavior analysis, and marital and family relations.

Positions Held:

  • Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Salisbury University
  • Graduate Coordinator, Department of Psychology Masters Program, Salisbury University   
  • Instructor:  University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Departments of Psychology, Education, & Continuing Education
  • Instructor:  North Carolina Agricultural & Technical University: Department of Psychology & Guidance
  • Instructor:  Technical Institute of Alamance
  • Instructor: Randolph Technical Institute
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant: University of North Carolina at Greensboro: Department of Psychology
  • Graduate Research Assistant: University of North Carolina at Greensboro:  Department of Psychology

      

Institutions Attended

  • Postdoctoral Traineeship:  Wicomico County Mental Health Clinic  
  • M.A. & Ph.D.:  University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • B.S. : Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Duquesne University

Dissertation: The effects of extralinguistic control on language comprehension and  production in the non-fluent child.

Thesis:  The effects of pure tone stimulation on non-nutritive sucking in the human infant.

Preliminary Paper:  Auditory sensitivity in the human infant: a critical review of current methods and findings.