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Edward T. AsburyAssociate Professor, Core Undergraduate Psychology Faculty

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Experimental Psychology – Texas Christian University



Experimental Psychology - East Tennessee State
Psychology - University of Tennessee

Courses Taught
Undergraduate:  Positive Psychology, Psychology of Adjustment, Applied Statistics, Honors Introduction to General Psychology, Honors Developmental Psychology, Senior Seminar in Cyberpsychology

Research Interests
Cyberpsychology, including social networking sites for at-risk populations; technology & boundary management;  Associate Member: Cyberpsychology at University of Wolverhampton 

Recent Publications

  • Asbury, T., & Meyers, N. (2014). Therapeutic potential of social networking sites for caregivers.  Psychology Research, 4(9), 749-754.
  • Asbury, T., & Strauss, K. (2014). Family eJournal as an Online Relationship Enhancement Tool: A Preliminary Investigation. SOJ Psychology 1(2). 1-4.
  • Asbury, T. & Hall, S. (2013). Facebook as a mechanism for social support and mental health wellness Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 18, 124-129.
  • Asbury, T. & Martin, D. (2012). Military Deployment and the Spouse Left Behind.  The Family Journal, 20(1) pp. 41-46.
  • Smith, V., Reddy, J., Foster, K., Asbury, T., & Brooks, J. (2011). Public perceptions, knowledge, and stigma toward people with schizophrenia.  Journal of Public Mental Health. 10(1), 45-46.
  • Asbury, T. (2011).  Changes to the Revised Graduate Record Exam.  Eye on Psi Chi.  Volume 15, Issue 5.
  • Asbury, T. (2008, October). Righting the ship for students with limited English skills. Diverse Education Online.
  • Asbury, T., Cross, D.,& Waggenspack, B. (2003). Biological, Adopted and Mixed Families: The Impact of the Special Needs Child. Adoption Quarterly, 7 (1), 53-72.
  • Asbury, T., Fritts, M., Horton, J., & Isaac, W.(1998). Progesterone facilitates the acquisition of avoidance learning and protects against subcortical neuronal death following prefrontal cortex ablation in the rat. Behavioral Brain Research, 97, 99-106.
  • Fritts, M., Asbury, T., Isaac, W., & Horton, J. (1998). Pretest CS cueing facilitates the recovery of avoidance behavior following visual cortex lesions in the rat. Physiology & Behavior, 63(4), 659-666.
  • Fritts, M. Asbury, T., Horton, J., & Isaac, W. (1998). Medial prefrontal lesion deficits involving or sparing the prelimbic area in the rat lead to differential deficits on an avoidance task. Physiology and Behavior, 64 (3), 373-380.


  • Core Undergraduate Psychology Faculty Member
  • Psi Chi Advisor
  • TWU Favorite Faculty, December 2011
  • Grant Recipient, After School Mentoring Program $7200, Maybelle C. MacDonald Fund Award (2011)
  • Fort Worth ISD Institutional Review Board External Reviewer/Secretary

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