Most recently, I have been working on a project to measure eye movements as an indication of personality preferences.
After working with the eye movement monitor for a couple of years, I revised the manual to make it easier to use.
I am working on a project to distinguish the DSM-IV Antisocial Personality Disorder from Psychopathy. The project is described in the first paper in the list of publications.
A list of publications gives an idea of some of my other interests. This link will take you to my introduction to Patent Law. Chapters 2 through 10 are accessed from the links provided in the first chapter.
I have taught a variety of courses, including Theories of Personality, Intro to Clinical Psychology, Hypnosis, Group Processes, and Tests and Measures.
Before I retired, I enjoyed teaching Statistics, Supervised Individual Field Work placements, and Psychology and Law.
I continue to work with students on a limited basis doing independent research projects.
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