Emily Mackelprang

Real name: 
PhD Candidate
Research Interests: 

Forensic clinical psychology, female sexual offending, human sexuality and sexual variation, sexual deviance and dysfunction.

I am a 7th-year graduate student in Clinical Psychology, with a focus in forensics.  I am a member of the Forensic/Sex Research Lab, headed by Dr. Judith Becker.  My current research focuses on female sexual offenders.  I received my B.S. degree in psychology with a minor in French in 2007 from the University of Washington in Seattle.  In 2012, I received my M.A. degree in psychology from the University of Arizona.  In the summer of 2015, I successfully defended my dissertation and will be finishing my degree this academic year with an internship at Western State Hospital in Washington state.

Courses Taught: 

PSYC 364 Human Sexuality