Honors and Awards
- Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research, American Psychological Association (2014)
- Annual Recognition Award, Citizens for Juvenile Justice, Boston MA (2013)
- Chancellor’s Medal for Distinguished Scholarship, University of Massachusetts Medical School (2013)
- B.J. Anno Award for Excellence in Communication, National Commission on Correctional Health Care (2012)
- Distinguished Career Award, New York State Psychological Association (2012)
- Outstanding Contributions to Psychology and Law, American Psychology–Law Society of the American Psychological Association (2012)
- Outstanding Mentor Award, Department of Psychiatry, University of Massachusetts Medical School (2010)
- Beth Clark Award for Contributions to Forensic Psychology, American Academy of Forensic Psychology (2010)
- Royal College of Psychiatrists, Hononary Fellow Award (2006)
- American Psychiatric Association’s Isaac Ray Award for distinguished contributions to medical jurisprudence (2005)
- Honorary Doctor of Laws degree, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (1998)
- American Psychological Association’s Award for Distinguished Contributions to Research in Public Policy (1994)
Department of Psychiatry
University of Massachusetts Medical School
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Worcester, MA 01655
Behavioral Health Care Needs, Detention-Based Care, and Criminal Recidivism at ...
Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations (2015)
OBJECTIVES: We examined the provision of behavioral health services to youths detained in Indiana between 2008 and 2012 and the ...
Ten year research update (2001-2010): evaluations for competence to stand ...
University of Massachusetts Medical School Faculty Publications (2013)
This article reviews and evaluates publications during 2001-2010 with relevance for assessments of competence to stand trial, referred to in ...
Commentary: civil commitment statutes--40 years of circumvention
Systems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations (2010)
There is a longstanding body of literature that describes how states' civil commitment statutes have been stretched or circumvented to ...
Police-induced confessions, risk factors, and recommendations: looking ahead
University of Massachusetts Medical School Faculty Publications (2010)
Reviewing the literature on police-induced confessions, we identified suspect characteristics and interrogation tactics that influence confessions and their effects on ...