Clinical Psychology PhD Student, Lauren Grove, Publishes First-Authored Article in Law and Human Behavior
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Lauren Grove, an advanced student in the psychology department’s PhD program in clinical psychology, recently had an article for which she served as first author, Technology for assessment and treatment of justice-involved youth: A systematic literature review, published in Law and Human Behavior, the official journal of Division 41 (American Psychology-Law Society) of the American Psychological Association.
In the article, Lauren and her co-authors–including her doctoral mentor, Dr. Chris King, several of his research assistants, and a collaborator from the University of Alabama–reported the results of their systematic review of studies examining the use of technology to facilitate assessment and treatment services for justice-involved youth. Lauren and her co-authors also adapted the article into a book chapter for a forthcoming edited book, Challenging Bias in Forensic Psychological Assessment and Testing, which will be published by Taylor & Francis.