Ana Gamez, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Psychology Practicum Director, Forensic Psychology
Office Phone: (951) 343-4791 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: W.E. James Building, Room 128a Office Hours:
|Ph.D.||Clinical Psychology||Loma Linda University||2010|
|M.S.||Forensic Psychology||California State University at Los Angeles||2003|
|B.A.||Psychology||California State University at Los Angeles||2000|
Statistics I & II
Psychology & Law
Theories & Perspectives on Criminal Behavior
Forensic Practicum I, II
Memory & Perception in the Courtroom
Special Topics: Police Psychology
Special Topics: Basic Mediation Theory & Practice
Special Topics: Juvenile Delinquency
Statistical Techniques in the Behavioral Sciences
Methods of Research
History and Systems of Psychology
Theories of Personality
Psychology of Learning
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Mental Health & Wellness in Law Enforcement Personnel
Trauma & Stress in Military Populations
Insanity Defense & Issues of Competency
Suicide in Law Enforcement
Pre-employment Assessment of Personnel in High Risk Professions
Crisis & Hostage Negotiations
Officer Involved Shooting Effects
Professional Association Membership
International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP)
Society for Police & Criminal Psychology
American Psychological Association
California State University Long Beach, California State University, Los Angeles, National University, Pioneer High School.
PostdoctoralFellowship in Police & Public Safety. Los Angeles County Sheriff Department (2011).
APA Accredited Internship. Treatment & Assessment of Trauma with Military Veterans. Department of Veteran Affairs, LACC (2010).
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Gamez, A. & Collins, G. (2013). Psychological Evaluation of Law Enforcement
Applicants. In Search of Ethical Officers. Book Chapter. In Law Enforcement Ethics: Classic and Contemporary Challenges for the New Millennium by Brian Fitch. Sage Publications.
Community Perceptions of Police Officers. Poster co-presented at the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (2008).
Juror's Attributions of Intentionality & Controllability in an Insanity Case. Poster co-presented to California Psychological Associations (CPA) Annual Conference (2008).
Police Officer Personality Types Using the Myers-Briggs Type Inventory: Is there a Trend? Paper co-presented to Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) (2007).
Police Protective Factors and Community Support: The Role and Influence of Media. Poster co-presented at the Society for Police and Criminal Psychology, (2007).
Church Membership & Activities
Light & Life Christian Fellowship
Interests & Hobbies
Spend time with my family.
Apply your heart to instruction and your ear to words of knowledge (Proverbs 23:12); You may gain wisdom in the future (Proverbs 19:20).