Richard Rogers

Department:

Psychology

College:

College of Arts and Sciences

Phone:

(940) 565-2645

Expertise:

Faking Mental Illness, Forensic Psychology

Education:

PhD, clinical-counseling psychology, Utah State University MA, counseling psychology, Assumption College BS, English literature, Worchester State College

Activities:

Devised the first test for determining the accuracy of mental illness claims, known as the Structured Interview of Reported Symptoms. Member of editorial boards of the American Journal of Forensic Psychology and the International Journal of Law and Psychiatry. Published more than 60 refereed articles and five books, including Conducting Insanity Evaluations and Clinical Assessment of Malingering and Deception. Recipient of the Amicus Award from the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law for contributions to the fields of law and psychiatry/psychology. Was first recipient of Distinguished Contributions to Psychology Award from American Board of Forensic Psychologists.