Anne-Marie Larsen, PhD
Professor of Psychology
Office Phone: (951) 343- 4761 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: W.E. James Building, Room 126-B Office Hours: Mondays: 2:30 pm- 8:30 pm & Wednesdays 2:30 pm- 3:30pm & by appointment
|PhD||Clinical Psychology Respecialization||Alliant International University||2021|
|PhD||Forensic Psychology||California School of Professional Psychology||2005|
|M.A.||Forensic Psychology||California School of Professional Psychology||2004|
|B.A.||Psychology||University of California at Los Angeles||1999|
PCL-R specialized training; ACT Training by Stephen Hayes; DBT Training; Registered Psychologist
Statistics for the Behavioral Science
Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences
Introduction to Forensic Psychology
Advanced Social Psychology
Advanced Psychopathology & Criminality
Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methods in Forensic Psychology
Advanced Research Methodology
Collaborative Research Project I, II, III
Thesis I, II
Forensic Ethical Principles
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
psychopathy & development of psychopathy
female serial killing
mass and school shootings
Media Influence on Perception of police
Teaching Experience at Institutions Other than CBU
California State University, San Marcos
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Presented a symposium at the Western Psychological Association's 2022 annual convention on Female Psychopathy in Portland, OR
Presented as an expert at the 8th Annual Narcotics Conference (April 2021) on the Mindset of a Drug Kingpin in Broward County, Florida (remotely)
Presented a symposium at the Western Psychological Association's 2019 annual convention on Female Psychopathy in Los Angeles, CA
Presented a paper at the Western Psychological Association's 2018 annual convention on the Effects of School Shootings & Terror Management Theory: The Role of Media in the Perception of Police" on 4/18 in Portland, OR
Presented a paper at the Western Psychological Association's 2017 annual convention on Sugar Babies: A Historical Analysis & Female Psychopathy in Sacramento, CA
Presented a paper at the Criminal Mind Conference on Female Psychopathy in Barbados (6/16)
Presented a paper at the Western Psychological Association's 2015 annual convention on "Sugar Babies: The Result of Borderline Personality Disorder?" in Las Vegas, NV
Presented a paper at the Western Psychological Association's 2014 annual convention on the Heuristics of Women Murderers on 4/26/14 in Portland, OR
Presented at the Western Psychological Association's Annual Convention on Female Serial Killers & Violent Offender Profiles on 4/24/13 in Reno, NV
Presented at the Western Psychological Association's annual convention "Psychopathy, Sociopathy & Antisocial personality Disorder: A comprehensive understanding of the differences" on 4/26/12
Presented at Society for Police and Criminal Psychology's (SPCP) annual international conference "The Slippery Slope of Roper v Simmons on Juvenile Waivers to Adult Court" on 9/28/10
"Perception of Police: Bad is stronger then good" at the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology's (SPCP) annual international conference (10/16/08)
"Police Suicide: A Meta-Analytic look at an old debate" at the Western Psychological Association's (WPA) annual national convention (April 23-26, 2009)
“Bad Boys: Cops or Robbers? A Review of the Literature on Media influence of Public Perception.” Poster presented to California Psychological Associations (CPA) Annual Conference, 2008.
“Juror’s Attributions of Intentionality & Controllability in an Insanity Case.” Poster co-presented to California Psychological Associations (CPA) Annual Conference, 2008.
“Law Enforcement Personnel Suicidality: A New Approach.” Poster presented to California Psychological Associations (CPA) Annual Conference, 2007.
"“Behind the Badge”: An Evaluation of the Utility of a Stress and Anxiety Peer Support Group for Law Enforcement Personnel." Poster presented to Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) Annual Conference, 2005.
"The Development of “Behind the Badge.”" Symposium presented to Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA) Annual Conference, 2005.
"“Behind the Badge:” An evaluation of the utility of an anxiety support group for law enforcement personnel." Student paper presented to Society for Police & Criminal Psychology International Conference, 2004.
"Student Prospective on Racial Profiling: Views of Law Enforcement and Interactions with them." Poster presented to Partnerships in Growth, 2004.
"Substance Abuse, Frontal Lobe Damage,and Problems with Executive Functioning: A Review of the Literature." Poster presented to Alliant Research Conference, 2003.
"Violence and Head Trauma: A Review of the Literature." Poster presented to Leadership Conference, 2003.
Hart, J.L., Larsen, A., Litton, K.S., & Sullivan, L.J.. "Racial Profiling: At What Cost?" Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 3(2): 79-88, 2002.
Church Membership & Activities
Rancho Community Church, Temecula, CA
Small group study, member
Community Service & Involvement
Phillips-Medstone, Registered Psychologist
International Academy of Investigative Psychology, Full Member
California Psychological Association, Member
American Psychological Association, Member
Society for Police & Criminal Psychology, Member
Community Research Foundation - PSR Specialist II
Interests & Hobbies
Peloton (PZP, BooCrew, Tunde ARMy), Pokémon Go, Snowboarding, Reading, sudoku, & all things water
Love to travel with my family: Scotty, Katarina, Alex & Jake.
Love to visit: Knott's Berry Farm, Sea World, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Universal Studios, San Diego Zoo, San Diego Wild Animal Park.
Trust in the LORD with all your heart
And do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge Him,
And He will make your paths straight.
- Proverbs 3:5,6, NASB