Dr. Marjorie Lindner Gunnoe, Ph.D.
Marjorie Lindner Gunnoe, Ph.D. Professor Gunnoe’s research interests include religiosity and family functioning, international adoption, and divorce and remarriage. She is also very interested in the compatibilities and tensions between science and theology and is writing a book comparing the depictions of personhood found in scripture and developmental psychology. Previously, she has compared hierarchical vs. egalitarian marriages from the standpoint of scripture and social science.
Prior to coming to Calvin in 1996, Gunnoe worked at Child Trends, Inc. in Washington DC and served as a member of the design team for the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (97 cohort) conducted by the U.S. Department of Labor.
As a post-doctoral fellow in the Program for Prevention Research at Arizona State University she assisted in the design, development and delivery of an intervention program for recently divorced noncustodial fathers.