Barry Martin Lonek

Barry M. Loneck

Development of statistical methods for analysis of psychotherapeutic process data. Treatment and prevention of substance use disorders.

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Barry Martin Loneck
Associate Professor
 

School of Social Welfare

Address:

Richardson 222

Phone:
518-442-5340

 

Education

Ph D, Case Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, 1985.
Dissertation Title: The Effect of Situational Factors on the Outcome of the Alcoholism Intervention
 
MSSA, Case Western Reserve University, School of Applied Social Sciences, 1978.

BS, University at Albany - State University of New York, 2010.
Major: Mathematics
 
BA, Case Western Reserve University, Western Reserve College, 1976.
Major: Psychology
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: Statistics
 

Research Interests

Barry Loneck's work currently focuses on the development of statistical methods for analysis of psychotherapeutic process data. Additionally, he has done substantial work in the area of treatment and prevention of substance use disorders, especially engaging and retaining individuals with substance use disorders in treatment as well as substance abuse prevention counseling for adolescents.

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