Duane A Lundervold
College of Health, Science, & Technology
University of Central Missouri
Lundervold received his graduate-level training in Behavior Analysis and Behavior Therapy at the Rehabilitation Institute, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. He worked under Dr. Tony Cuvo, former Editor of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, and Dr. Roger Poppen, author of Behavioral Relaxation Training and Assessment and Joseph Wolpe: Challenger and Champion of Behavior Therapy and a former member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. Dr. Lundervold has been at UCM since 1999 and primarily teaches Psy 2130: Learning, Psy 4730: Cognitive and Behavioral Intervention, Psy 4180: Seminar in Applied Behavior Analysis, and Psy 1320: Psychology of Personal Adjustment. He has provided applied behavior analysis (ABA) and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) to individuals across the lifespan. His area of clinical practice and research is CBT in geriatric primary care. Dr. Lundervold also has a clinical and research appointment in the Department of Neuroscience at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City. In 1994, he was a Research Fellow of the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR). From 1997-1999, he was Assistant Professor and Coordinator of the Counseling Program at the University Texas at El Paso. While in El Paso, Dr. Lundervold provided pro bono Behavior Therapy services at Socorro Community Health Center, a multidisciplinary program located in Socorro Colonia, 27 miles east of El Paso, near the Rio Grande River.
Basic and applied research on Behavioral Relaxation Training, mindfulness, treatment acceptability, and pain. Primary Care and Geriatrics, behavioral assessment, cognitive behavior therapy, essential tremor, social anxiety and neurocognition