• Presentations, Papers

Dr. Robert McIntyre, Ph.D.

2305 Canyon Blvd., #205
Boulder, CO 80302
303-442-7220
robert.mcintyre4@gte.net
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License: PSY2043

 

Presentations, Papers

  • Questions & Answers for In Court Testimony: How child sexual assault victims tell others,  prepared May, 2016 (unpublished paper).

  • Evaluating Civil Competencies,  invited presentation to Colorado Neuropsychology Services L.L.C., Post-Doctoral Interns & doctoral students, Boulder, CO; January 8th, 2016.

  • Regarding medications inducing temporary psychosis; Literature Review on Ventolin, Qvar, Lisinopril, and Hydrochlorthiazide, prepared May, 2015 (unpublished paper).

  • Biological bases of trauma memory: Questions & Answers, prepared April, 2015 (unpublished paper).

  • Cross Examination questions on Alcohol Blackouts, prepared March, 2013 (unpublished paper).

  • Seemingly counterintuitive behaviors among sexual assault victims, prepared January, 2012 (unpublished paper).

  • Overview of Intelligence & Neuropsychological Assessment, invited presentation at Naropa University, Boulder CO; October, 24th, 2011.

  • Case Studies in Forensic Psychology: Competence to Proceed / Sanity / Sentencing Evaluations, invited presentation to Mental Health Roundtable (lawyers and clinicians), Boulder District Court, Boulder, CO; September 11th, 2009.

  • Criminal Forensic Psychology: Evaluations of Competence to Proceed / Sanity / Sentencing; Overview with examples from actual cases , invited presentation to Mental Health Roundtable (lawyers and clinicians), Boulder District Court, Boulder, CO; August 14th, 2009.

  • Overview of Forensic Clinical Psychology, With Case Examples, invited presentation to pre- and postdoctoral interns, Mental Health Center of Boulder & Broomfield Counties, Inc., April 11th, 2008.

  • Career Opportunities for Psychology Majors, invited panel member presentation to University of Colorado Psychology Department undergraduates, February 26th, 2008.

  • Non-Academic Career Opportunities for Academic Psychologists, invited panel member presentation to University of Colorado Psychology Department doctoral students, November 5th, 2007.

  • Neuropsychology of Consciousness, paper successfully submitted to Fielding Graduate University, summer – 2006, in partial fulfillment of requirements for Post-doctoral Certificate of Specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology.

  • Neuropsychology of Psychopathic Offenders, paper successfully submitted to Fielding Graduate University, summer – 2006, in partial fulfillment of requirements for Post-doctoral Certificate of Specialization in Clinical Neuropsychology.

  • Accounting for the Effects of Test Sophistication and Practice Effects Upon Neuropsychological Test Performance, presented to Fielding Graduate University Post-doctoral Neuropsychology Certificate Program, Orange County Cluster, Santa Ana, California, December 18th, 2005.

  • Neuropsychological Functioning Associated with Exogenous Factors: Toxic Exposure with Focus upon Alcoholism, presented to Fielding Graduate University Post-doctoral Neuropsychology Certificate Program, Orange County Cluster, Santa Ana, California, May 22nd, 2005.

  • Cluster B Personality Disorders, presented to undergraduate psychology class, University of Colorado, Boulder, September 11th 2003.

  • Risk Assessment of Domestic Violence Offenders, presented to Connecticut Valley Hospital - Grand Rounds, Middletown, Connecticut, March 17th, 2003.

  • Risk Assessment of Domestic Violence Offenders, presented to The Yale University Post-Doctoral Psychiatry and Law Fellowship Program, New Haven, Connecticut, March 14th 2003.

  • Violence Risk Assessment, Utilizing the HCR-20, presented to the Colorado Department of Corrections’ John C. Inman Work & Family Center, Denver, Colorado, February 7th, 2003.

  • Substance Abuse; Assessment and Treatment, Graduate Course taught Winter Quarter, 2001, University of Denver – Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Forensic Psychology Program.

  • Death Penalty Litigation Roles for Forensic Psychologists; Similarities to & Differences from Non-Capital Criminal Cases, presented to University of Denver – Graduate School of Professional Psychology doctoral students, March 29th, 2000.

  • Use of the MMPI-2 in Assessing Danger to Self/Others, presented to Boulder County Community Corrections Department, March 16th, 2000.

  • Codependence; An Exploration of Construct Validity, Dissertation successfully defended, Fall – 1992, in partial fulfillment of requirements for Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology, University of Colorado.