Director, Policy and Knowledge Exchange, Research Center
Adjunct Professor, Department of psychology, UQAM
Adjunct Professor, Department of psychology, University de Sherbrooke
Post-Doc - 2002 - Dartmouth Medical School - Mental Health Services
Ph.D. - 2000 - Université de Montréal - Psychology
B.Sc. - 1993 - McGill University - Psychology
Anne Crocker, Ph.D. is Associate Professor, department of Psychiatry, McGill University and researcher at the Douglas mental health university institute in Montreal. She obtained her Ph.D. in psychology at the Université de Montréal in 2000. After a two-year post-doctorate in Mental Health Services at Dartmouth Medical School, she joined McGill and the Douglas Hospital Research Center in 2002. Her research interests include:
- Factors associated with aggressive behaviour and criminality among individuals with severe mental illness or intellectual disability
- Criminal process issues (mental health and intellectual disability screening, fitness to stand trial, criminal responsibility, review board decision making)
- Forensic mental health services.
Forensic psychiatry & psychology, violence, criminality, severe mental illness, intellectual disability, justice, criminal responsibility, fitness to stand trial, services, risk assessment and management.
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