Elizabeth B. Holmberg, Graduate Student    Edit

Elizabeth B. Holmberg

Research Summary:
Systems Dynamics; specifically, the role of mental models and assumptions in information seeking processes, and the cognitive, social and psychological factors that inhibit or facilitate individuals engaging in systems thinking

Representative Publications:   (search)

  1. F. Sloan, P. Costanzo, D. Belsky, E. Holmberg, P. Malone, Y. Wang & S. Kertesz (Submitted, 2008). Heavy Drinking in Early Adulthood and Outcomes at Mid Life. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs.
  2. Nock, M. K., Ferriter, C., & Holmberg, E. (2007). Parent beliefs about treatment credibility and expectancies for improvement:Assessment and relation to treatment adherence. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 16, 27-38.
  3. M. Nock, E. Holmberg, V. Photos, & B. Michel (2007). Self-Injurious Thoughts and Behaviors Interview: Development, Reliability and Validity in an Adoelscent Sample. Psychological Assessment, 19(3), 309-317.
  4. Nock, M. K., Wedig, M. M., Holmberg, E. B., & Hooley, J. M. (in press). The Emotion Reactivity Scale: Development, evaluation, and relation to self-injurious thoughts and behaviors. Behavior Therapy.
  5. Nock, M. K., Holmberg, E. B., Photos, V. I., & Michel, B. "Structured and Semi-Structured Diagnostic Interviews." Handbook of Clinical Interviewing With Children. Sage Publications, 2007