Emeritus Faculty

Linda Baker, Ph.D

Linda Baker, Ph.D.
Professor Emerita
Research Interests: Reading development, Motivation for
reading and learning, and Parents’ beliefs.
Email: baker@umbc.edu

A. Charles Catania, Ph.D.

A. Charles Catania, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Research Interests: Analyst and Experimental Psychologist
with special interests in learning, schedules of reinforcement, and the analysis of verbal behavior.
Email: catania@umbc.edu

Robert H. Deluty, Ph.D.

Robert H. Deluty, Ph.D.
Associate Dean Emeritus
Research Interests: Aggressiveness, assertiveness, and submissiveness in children; psychotherapy and poetry.

Marilyn E.Demorest, Ph.D. 
Professor Emerita
Research Interests: Dr. Demorest’s research focuses on the
perceptual and psychosocial consequences of hearing impairment.
Email: demorest@umbc.edu

Carlo DiClemente, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Research Interests: Current research projects include
assessing the process of smoking initiation and cessation, SBIRT training in medical residency programs, and motivation.
Email: diclemen@umbc.edu

Karen Freiberg, Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer Emerita
Research Interests: Dr. Freiberg teaches undergraduate courses for the Department of Psychology.
Email: freiberg@umbc.edu

Kenneth Maton, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Research Interests: Dr. Maton focuses on minority student achievement (ongoing evaluation and implementation assessment of the Meyerhoff Scholars Program).
Email: maton@umbc.edu

Mary Ann Metzger, Ph.D.
Associate Professor Emerita
Research Interests: Dr. Metzger’s specialty is the application of systems dynamics to understanding psychological processes, including intellectual development.
Email: metzger@umbc.edu

Bernard Rabin, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Research Interests: Effects of exposure to the types of radiation encountered in space (e.g. exploratory class missions to Mars) on behavior and brain function.
Email: rabin@umbc.edu

Stanley Feldstein, Ph.D.

Jonathan Finkelstein, Ph.D.