Tim Steenbergh

Professor of Psychology

I am a Professor of Psychology at Indiana Wesleyan University where I teach courses in Statistics, Research Methods, and Abnormal Psychology. I completed doctoral studies in a research-oriented clinical psychology program at the University of Memphis, and a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at Michigan State University.  My early research focused on the assessment and treatment of addictive behaviors, but in recent years my interests have broadened.  These days I’m working with students and other faculty in the EMA Lab, trying to better understand and promote the psychological processes and behavioral practices associated with human flourishing.  Our current work focuses on mobile assessment and intervention projects related to dispositions and college student success.


Elder Hall
4201 S. Washington St.
Marion, IN  46953