«1. AFFILIATIONS 1 2. EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 2 3. TEACHING EXPERIENCE 3 4. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 4 5. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 5 6. HONORS AND AWARDS 8 7. ...»
JAY P. SINGH
JAY P. SINGH
1. AFFILIATIONS 1
2. EDUCATIONAL HISTORY 2
3. TEACHING EXPERIENCE 3
4. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 4
5. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES 5
6. HONORS AND AWARDS 8
7. GRANTS 9
8. PUBLICATIONS 11
9. CLINICAL WORKSHOPS 22
10. INVITED SPEECHES 23
11. RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 25
12. RECENT GUEST LECTURES 27
13. STUDENT SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE 28
14. PRE-DOCTORAL RESEARCH EXPERIENCE 30
1. AFFILIATIONS Singh Institute of Forensic Research Molde University College President and CEO Associate Professor, Institute of Health Sciences Winter 2013 - Present Winter 2012 - Present Washington, DC, USA Molde, Norway Concordia University Simon Fraser University International Affiliate, Mental Health Law Board Member, Forensic Mental Health & Policy Institute Academic Advisory Board Spring 2013 - Present Fall 2013 - Present Burnaby, BC, Canada St Paul, MN, USA Department of Justice Senior Clinical Researcher in Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology Spring 2013 - Winter 2014 Canton of Zürich, Switzerland 1
2. EDUCATIONAL HISTORY
3. TEACHING EXPERIENCEFall 2010 University of Oxford Graduate Lecturer Instructed small groups of undergraduates from the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford in the proper reading, analysis, and critique of independent research concerning social, developmental, and abnormal psychology. Independently developed reading lists, set homework assignments, graded assignments, and provided individual feedback.
Organized and conducted weekly tutorial sessions. All reading lists were in accordance with departmental regulations.
July 2009/10 - August 2009/10 Oxbridge Academic Programs Head Lecturer Designed and subsequently taught a month-long course on social psychology through the Oxford Tradition, a branch of the Oxbridge Academic Programs for high school students from around the world. Course topics included social dynamics, serial killer typology, and approaches to psychological therapy.
Spring 2010 Washington International Studies Council Lecturer Instructed a small group of psychology undergraduates in the proper reading, analysis, and critique of independent research concerning abnormal psychology. Independently developed syllabus, reading lists, set homework assignments, graded assignments, and provided individual feedback Spring 2008 Tufts University Lecturer Designed and subsequently taught a full-credit, graded course on the systematic study of psychopathy through the Tufts University Experimental College. Course consisted of 26 lectures on topics including risk and resilience, childhood behavioral disorders, neurocognitive theories of psychopathy, parent management training, and serial killer typology.
3 4. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
September 2013 Justizvollzugsanstalt Pöschwies Visiting Clinician Worked at the prison Pöschwies (JVA Pöschwies), with 426 beds for delinquent men the largest mental hospital in Switzerland. Clinical responsibilities included group therapy sessions, supervised mental health assessments, participating in multidisciplinary team meetings, and pastoral care.
May 2007 - August 2007 Yale University Clinical Associate Worked at the Yale Child Study Center with a multi-disciplinary team led by Dr. Elena Grigorenko.
Clinical responsibilities included: administering psychological assessments to juvenile detainees in the Connecticut juvenile justice system, sitting in on group therapy, writing IRB amendments for clinical studies, analyzing epidemiological data, writing clinical case reports, co-authoring grant proposals, and assisting with behavioral genetics research. Supervision was provided by Dr. Elena Grigorenko, Dr. John Chapman, Dr. Elisa Mambrino, & Dr. Lesley Hart.
September 2007 - May 2008 McLean Hospital Practicum Student Employed as a behavioral coach at the renowned McLean/Massachusetts General Hospital Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Institute run by Dr. Jeff Szymanski. Clinical responsibilities included: prompting patients with severe and refractory OCD through Exposure and Response Prevention therapy, observing clinical rounds, and attending group therapy sessions. Supervision was provided by Dr. Jeff Szymanski.
4 5. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Membership in Professional Organizations › Alliance for International Risk Research (AIRR) - Co-Founder › American Psychological Association (APA) › American Psychology-Law Society (AP-LS) › International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (IAFMHS) › European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL) › European Violence in Psychiatry Research Group (EViPRG) Editor-in-Chief › Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology (2014 - Present) Guest Editor › Behavioral Sciences and the Law Volume 31, Issue 1, Methodological Issues in Measuring and Interpreting the Predictive Validity of Violence Risk Assessments › Criminal Justice and Behavior Forthcoming in 2014, Expanding the Global Boundaries of Violence Risk AssessmentValidity of Violence Risk Assessments › International Journal of Forensic Mental Health Forthcoming in 2014, International Perspectives on Violence Risk Assessment Editorial Board Member › Law and Human Behavior › World Journal of Meta-analysis (serving China) › Science Postprint (serving Japan) › International Journal of Forensic Science and Pathology 5 Ad Hoc Journal Reviewer › Assessment › Behavioral Sciences and the Law › British Journal of Psychiatry › Children and Youth Services Review › Criminal Behavior and Mental Health › Criminal Justice and Behavior › Gene › International Journal of Forensic Mental Health › International Journal of Forensic Science and Pathology › Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research › Journal of Experimental Criminology › Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied › Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology › Journal of Threat Assessment and Management › Journal of Youth and Adolescence › Law and Human Behavior › Learning and Individual Differences › Molecular Biology Reports › Neurological Research › Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment › Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews › PLoS ONE › Psychiatric Services › Science Postprint › World Journal of Gastroenterology › World Journal of Meta-analysis
Scientific Planning Committee › International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (2014) Annual Conference Program Reviewer › American Psychological Association (2012 - 2013) › American Psychology-Law Society (2012 - 2014) › International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services (2012 - 2014)
To evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of the START-AV, a new Goal structured risk tool, in three juvenile justice residential facilities
Investigating the Utility of DSM-5 Substance Use Guidelines in Emerging Title National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) Funding Source
BOOKS Singh, J. P., Fazel, S., & Bjørkly, S. (under contract). International perspectives on violence risk assessment. New York: Oxford University Press.
Scarlett, W. G., Ponte, I., & Singh, J. P. (2008). Approaches to behavior and classroom management. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
BOOK CHAPTERSSingh, J. P. (2012). The history, development, and testing of forensic risk assessment tools. In E. Grigorenko (Ed.), Handbook of juvenile forensic psychology and psychiatry.
New York: Springer.
Singh, J. P. (in press). Risk assessment/Dangerousness/Violence prediction: General.
In S. Lilienfeld & R. Cautin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical psychology. New York: WileyBlackwell.
*Singh, J. P., & Hylton, T. (in press). Autonomy/Respect for persons. In S. Lilienfeld & R.
Cautin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical psychology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
*Singh, J. P., & Ivory, M. (in press). Beneficence/Non-maleficence. In S. Lilienfeld & R.
Cautin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical psychology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
Otto, R. K., & Singh, J. P. (in press). Threat/Risk assessment. In K. Heilbrun, D. DeMatteo, S. Brooks-Holliday, & C. LaDuke (Eds.), Forensic mental health assessment: A casebook (2nd ed.). New York: Oxford University Press.
*Blais, J., Singh, J. P., & Pappas, J. (in press). Jury selection and voir dire. In S. Lilienfeld & R. Cautin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical psychology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
*Witt, K., Perrault, R., & Singh, J. P. (in press). Risk assessment/Violence prediction:
Juveniles. In S. Lilienfeld & R. Cautin (Eds.), Encyclopedia of clinical psychology. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.
JOURNAL ARTICLESSingh, J. P., Yang, S., Mulvey, E., & the RAGEE Group (Bjørkly, S., Boccacini, M., Borum, R., Buchanan, A., Cooke, D., de Ruiter, C., Desmarais, S., Douglas, K., Doyle, M., Edens, J., Endrass, J., Fazel, S., Grann, M., Guy, L., Hanson, K., Hare, R., Harris, G., Hart, S., Heilbrun, K., Larsen, M., Monahan, J., Montaldi, D., Mossman, D., Nicholls, T., Ogloff, J., Otto, R. K., Petrila, J., Pham, T., Rettenberger, M., Rice, M., Rossegger, A., Scurich, N., Skeem, J., Trestman, R., Urbaniok, F., & Viljoen, J.) (in press). Reporting standards for risk assessment predictive validity studies: The Risk Assessment Guidelines for the Evaluation of Efficacy (RAGEE) Statement. Law & Human Behavior.
*Rossegger, A., Endrass, J., Gerth, J., Urbaniok, F., & Singh, J. P. (in press). Replicating the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide: A total forensic cohort study. PLoS ONE.
*Fries, D., Rossegger, A., Endrass, J., & Singh, J. P. (in press). The prediction of criminal recidivism using routinely available file information. International Journal of Psychological Research.
Singh, J. P., Fazel, S., Gueorguieva, R., & Buchanan, A. (in press). Rates of violence in patients classified as “high risk” by risk assessment instruments. British Journal of Psychiatry.
*Rossegger, A., Gerth, J., Singh, J. P., & Endrass, J. (2013). Examining the predictive validity of the SORAG in Switzerland. Sexual Offender Treatment, 8, 1-12.
Singh, J. P., Grann, M., & Fazel, S. (2013). Authorship bias in violence risk assessment?
A systematic review and meta-analysis. PLoS ONE, 8, e72484.
*Singh, J. P., Desmarais, S., Sellers, B. G., Tirotti, M., & Van Dorn, R. A. (2013). From risk assessment to management: Matching short-term risks and needs with treatment in justice-involved adolescents. Child and Youth Services Review, doi:10.1016/j.
childyouth.2013.09.015 Singh, J. P. (2013). Predictive validity performance indicators in violence risk assessment: A methodological primer. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 31, 8-22.
Singh, J. P., Desmarais, S., & Van Dorn, R. A. (2013). Measurement of predictive validity in violence risk assessment studies: A second-order systematic review. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 31, 55-73.
Singh, J. P. (2013). Development of the Metareview Assessment of Reporting Quality (MARQ) Checklist. Revista Facultad de Medicina, 60, 285-292.
°de Valk, S., de Ruiter, C., Arbach-Lucioni, K., Condemarin, C., Dean, K., Desmarais, S., Doyle, M., Folino, J., Godoy, V., Grann, M., Ho, R., Large, M., Nielsen, L. H., Otto, R.
K., Pham, T., Rebocho, R. M., Reeves, K., Rettenberger, M., Van Dorn, R. A., & Singh, J. P. (2013). Het gebruik van risicotaxatie instrumenten onder sociaal psychiatrisch verpleegkundigen. [The use of risk assessment instruments among community psychiatric nurses]. Sociale Psychiatrie, 33, 33-42.
*Fries, D., Rossegger, A., Endrass, J., & Singh, J. P. (2013). Utility of a violence screening tool to predict recidivism in offenders with schizophrenia: A total forensic cohort study.
Open Access Journal of Forensic Psychology, 5, 40-52.
Van Dorn, R. A., Desmarais, S. L., Petrila, J., Haynes, D., & Singh, J. P. (2013). Do outpatient services reduce the likelihood of subsequent arrest in adults with serious mental illness? The role of routine outpatient services and medication possession.
Psychiatric Services, 64, doi:10.1176/appi.ps.201200406.
Rossegger, A., Gerth, J., Seewald, K., Urbaniok, F., Singh J. P., & Endrass, J. (2013). Current obstacles in replicating risk assessment findings: A systematic review of commonly used actuarial instruments. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 31, 154-164.
Singh, J. P., Fazel, S., Gueorguieva, R., & Buchanan, A. (2013). Rates of sexual recidivism in high risk sex offenders: A meta-analysis of 10,422 participants. Sexual Offender Treatment, 7, 44-57.
Arbach-Lucioni, K., Redondo, S., Singh J. P., & Andres-Pueyo, A. (2012). Extranjeros y Españoles en Prisión:Comparación de Tipologías Delictivas Y Factores de Riesgo.
[Foreign nationals and Spaniards in prison: Crime typology and risk assessment comparison.] Boletín Criminológico, 141, 1-6.
Singh, J. P., Volavka, J., Czobor, P., & Van Dorn, R. A. (2012). A meta-analysis of the Val158Met COMT polymorphism and violent behavior in schizophrenia. PLoS ONE, 7, e43423.
Fazel, S., Singh, J. P., Doll, H., & Grann, M. (2012). The prediction of violence and antisocial behaviour: A systematic review and meta-analysis of the utility of risk assessment
Singh, J. P., Grann, M., Lichtenstein, P., Långström, N., & Fazel, S. (2012). A novel approach to determining violence risk in schizophrenia: Developing a stepped strategy in 13,806 discharged patients. PLoS ONE, 7, e31727.