Gary Kannenberg, PhD
Professor, Clinical Psychology
Webster Hall 309
PhD, University of South Carolina, 1977
MS, Nova Southeastern University, 1975
BS, Marian College, 1974
Courses Frequently Taught
Introduction to Psychology
Introduction to Counseling
Drug and Chemical Dependency
Theories of Counseling (Graduate)
Psychology of Aging (Graduate)
Integrated Studies in Gerontology (Graduate)
Government and Human Behavior
Drug and Alcohol Dependence
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Counseling Process and Theory
Spirituality in Counseling and Psychotherapy
Selected Presentations and Publications
Kannenberg, G.D. (2014). The Relationship Between Relativism, Culture, Government
and Human Behavior. (Presented at the AABSS Conference - 2014)
Kannenberg, G.D. (2013). The Consequences of Governments That Reward Economic Failure, Irresponsibility and an External Locus of Control. (Presented at the AABSS Conference - 2013)
Kannenberg, G.D. (2012). Government and Human Behavior. (Presented at the AABSS Conference - 2012)
Kannenberg, G.D. (2010). A Model for the Development and Implementation of Social Programs from a Human Behavior Perspective. (Presented at the AABSS Conference - 2011)
Kannenberg, G.D. (2009). The Exclusion of Christian Counseling in the Training of Mental Health Professionals. (Presented at International Conference - 2010)
Kannenberg, G.D. (2008). International Human Rights and Human Behavior: Defining the Problem. (Presented at International Conference - 2009)
Kannenberg, G. D. (1993). Curriculum development in the emerging area of HRD. Torch. 18(2).
Kannenberg, G. D. (1989). The Kannenberg Commitment Inventory (KCI). Copyright 1989.
Kannenberg, G. D. (1989). The Kannenberg Management Style Inventory (KMSI). Copyright 1989.
Kannenberg, G. D. (1989). The Kannenberg Stress Inventory (KSI). Copyright 1989.
Kannenberg, G. D. (1981). From birth to twelve: How to be a successful parent to infants and children. Sarasota, CA: Century Twenty One Publishing.
Rotter, J. D., McFadden J., & Kannenberg, G. D. (1981). Significant influence people: A SIP of discipline and encouragement. Sarasota, CA: Century Twenty One Publishing.
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