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Marshall DukeCharles Howard Candler Professor of Psychology


Marshall P. Duke received his B.A. in general psychology from Rutgers University and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Indiana University. Following two years of service as a psychologist in the United States Army, he joined the Emory faculty in 1970.


Research Interests

Experimental and theoretical analysis of behavior within a social learning framework. Development and standardization of locus of control measures. Non-verbal behavior development, assessment and remediation, and in situ experience sampling.

Research Areas

3GEmory - Holocaust Survivors Grandchildren Project

Thank you for participating in the Survivors Grandchildren Project. 

This link will take you to a survey which we would deeply appreciate your completing. It is anonymous and asks only for basic information about you. 

The heart of the survey is your recording in writing the story or stories that you know about what happened during the Holocaust to your grandparents who survived. We realize this may take some time in many cases and be disquieting in most, but your contribution to our effort to assess the current state of the broader Jewish “family” narrative will be important and significant.

More information about the survey and the rationale for it is included at the start of the form. Please read it over before you begin to answer the questions. Should you have any questions about the survey or would like to receive a summary of the findings once the project is complete, please send a note to me in a separate email:

Your participation is completely voluntary and anonymous. We will receive your responses only after you click "Submit" at the end. The last thing we ask is that if you know or are related to other grandchildren of survivors (3G’s), please ask them to come to this webpage and participate.


  • PSYC 111: Introduction to Psychology II
  • PSYC 150: Great Works in Psychology
  • PSYC 190: Freshman Seminar: Psychology from a Novel Perspective
  • PSYC 210: Adult Abnormal Psychology
  • PSYC 385R: Special Topics in Psychology: Psychology of Fiction
  • PSYC 475R: Seminar: Personality & Social Psychology
  • PSYC 546: Intervention I
  • PSYC 580: History of Modern Psychology
  • PSYC 750R: Clinical Supervision