Honored Colleagues

 

This section of the journal includes invited addresses and speeches from our honored colleagues.  We list these alphabetically.

 

Diane Follingstad.  The American Academy of Forensic Psychology presented a Distinguished Contribution in Forensic Psychology Award to Dr. Follingstad in Vancouver, B.C., in March 2010. Cite as:
 

Follingstad, D. (2010). Increasing complexity: Resisting simplification in forensic psychology. Open access journal of forensic psychology, 2, HC10-HC22.
 

Thomas Grisso.  The American Academy of Forensic Psychology presented a Beth Clark Distinguished Service Contribution Award to Dr. Grisso in Vancouver, B.C., in March 2010. Cite as:
 

Grisso, T. (2010). Revisiting the future of forensic psychological assessment: A 20-year check-up. Open access journal of forensic psychology, 2, HC1-HC9.
 

Thomas Grisso was also awarded the 2012 American Psychology-Law Society Award for Distinguished Contribution to Psychology and Law. This Award is not presented on a regular basis. Rather, it is reserved for those individuals whose contributions are so unusual as to merit special commendation.  Cite as:

Grisso, T. (2012). “Right-Time” Mentors. Open access journal of forensic psychology, 4, HC1-HC10.