Associate, RETIRN UK
70 Merthyr Road,
Pontypridd, Wales CF37
4DD - United
Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Glamorgan, Wales, U.K.
Member, Executive Advisory Board
Member of General Assembly of European Federation of Centres for Research and Information on Sectarianism (FECRIS)
Professor Rod Dubrow-Marshall PhD is a Social Psychologist and is Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Glamorgan, Wales, UK. He received his B.A. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Nottingham. He was formally Dean of Applied Social Scineces and Humanities at Buckinghamshire New University (2001-2006). His doctoral research, in the W.H.O. Centre for Organisational Health and Development at Nottingham, was on the cognitive processes involved in social category salience. His research specialisms include social influence, identity and organisational healthiness. He is the author of the Totalistic Identity Theory and co-developer of the measurement tool the Extent of Group Identity Scale (with Paul Martin and Ron Burks). Professor Dubrow-Marshall has presented and co-presented numerous papers at professional conferences on undue influence and totalistic identity. He is a member of the Executive Advisory Board of the International Cultic Studies Association, is a Member of General Assembly of European Federation of Centres for Research and Information on Sectarianism (FECRIS). Professor Dubrow-Marshall is a contributor to FAIR News (U.K.) and is co-founder of RETIRN UK. He has worked over a number of years with Dr Paul Martin and colleagues at the Wellspring Retreat and Resource Center, Ohio, USA, examining the model of psychological harm amongst ex-members of cultic groups. Professor Dubrow-Marshall was an elected member on Hillingdon Borough Council in greater London for eight years and ran for Parliament in 2005. He now lives and works in Pontypridd, Wales. The following are links to his affiliations and memberships: