Marjorie Graham-Howard, Ph.D., is a professor of psychology and chair of the Department of Graduate Psychology. Her primary scholarly and teaching interests are in the fields of forensic and developmental psychology. Specifically, she is interested in the study of juvenile forensic psychology, and the investigation of juvenile competence to stand trial, juvenile transfer cases, juvenile sex offenders, and juvenile offender treatment needs. She teaches adolescent psychology, advanced development, gerontology, and several courses in the forensic specialty track. She is a forensic psychologist who maintains a private practice in the San Bernardino and Riverside County areas, evaluating juvenile and adult defendants for the juvenile justice and criminal justice systems.
Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology
B.A., Psychology and History (double major), University of Michigan
- School of Behavioral and Applied Sciences
- Department of Graduate Psychology