Matthew G. Clark, PhD, PMP, is a Research Psychologist (behavioral neuroscientist) and program manager in the United States Army and an independent consultant on neuroscience and leadership topics. He is also a Lecturer for Northeastern University and is the former Director of the Eisenhower Leader Development Program and professor at the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. In that role he implemented a novel leader development certificate program with Columbia University focused on better preparing noncommissioned officers for developing leaders of character. He has conducted research or published on leader development, support for military families, developmental language disorders, learning, motivation, psychopharmacology, and medical product development. He also has over 25 publications and professional reports and is active in strategic leadership of a large non-profit organization.
- Leader Development Deconstructed (edited volume)
- Constraints of Agency: Explorations of Theory in Everyday Life
- Managing Frequent Relocation in Families? Considering Prospect Theory, Emotional Framing, and Priming
- Motivating Military Families to Thrive
- Impaired Processing of Complex Auditory Stimuli in Rats with Induced Cerebrocortical Microgyria: An Animal Model of Developmental Language Disabilities