|Present||Research Coordinator, University of Nebraska at Omaha|
|2015||Ph.D., Social Psychology (Concentration: Research Design and Data Analysis), University of Nebraska-Lincoln|
|2013||J.D. (Concentration: Health Law), University of Nebraska-Lincoln ‐ College of Law|
|2007||M.A., Clinical Forensic Psychology, City University of New York|
|2004||B.S., Psychology, University of Florida|
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Peer-Reviewed Publications (12)
Disputed Paraphilia Diagnoses and Legal Decision Making: A Case Law ...
Faculty Publications, Department of Psychology (2014)
Paraphilia diagnoses applied in forensic settings are an ongoing subject of debate among psycholegal professionals and scholars. Disagreements pertain to ...
Research Works (2)
Who’s to Blame? Blame Attributions and Obesity-related Law and ...
Theses, Dissertations, and Student Research: Department of Psychology (2015)
Obesity is a foremost public health concern that has received considerable attention. Because of this so-named “epidemic,” law-makers are challenged ...