Elizabeth Jeglic

Elizabeth Jeglic

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Ph.D., Clinical Psychology Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York

M.A.,  Clinical Psychology Binghamton University, Binghamton, New York
B.A Psychology Honours, University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
BSc. Biochemistry University of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada


Dr. Elizabeth L. Jeglic is a Professor of Psychology. She received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Binghamton University. She completed an APA accredited predoctoral internship at the Hudson River Regional Internship Program where she gained expertise in the assessment and treatment of persistent mental illness and sex offenders. During graduate school Dr. Jeglic served as a Junior Program Officer at the Correctional Services of Canada where she developed and evaluated treatment programs for sex offenders. After graduation, Dr. Jeglic completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania under the mentorship of Dr. Aaron T. Beck where she specialized in the assessment and treatment of suicidal behavior and gained expertise in Cognitive Therapy. She is currently a licensed clinical psychologist in New York and New Jersey. Currently Dr. Jeglic's research interests are primarily focused on issues broadly related to sex offender assessment, treatment and public policy. She has received grants from the National Institute of Justice and the American Association for Suicide Prevention to fund her research.  Dr. Jeglic has published over 60 peer reviewed articles and book chapters. Along with Dr. Cynthia Calkins, she is co-Director of the Sex Offender Research Lab (SORL). Her current research interests include evidence based public policy and prevention initiatives and along with Dr. Calkins she is editing a book to be published in 2016 entitled Sexual Offending: Evidence Based Legislation and Prevention.  Dr. Jeglic is a Mentor in the Ronald E. McNair Program and she actively mentors students at all levels and is eager to involve them in her research. 


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Calkins, C., Fargo, J., Jeglic, E.L., & Terry, K.  (In Press). Blessed be the children: A case-control study of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. Behavioral Sciences & the Law.
  2. Ramirez, S**., Jeglic, E.L., * Calkins, C. (In Press). An examination of the relationship between childhood abuse, anger, and violent behavior among a sample of sex offenders. Health & Justice 3(14). doi:10.1186/s40352-015-0025-3
  3. Chung, Y., **& Jeglic, E.L. (In Press). Use of the Modified Emotional Stroop Task to Detect Suicidality in College Population. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior.
  4. Chesin, M.S., & Jeglic, E.L.  (In Press). Predictors of the presence and severity of suicidal ideation among racially and ethnically diverse college students with a past suicide attempt.  Archives of Suicide Research
  5. Calkins, C., Jeglic, E.L., Beatty, R**., Perillo, A.**, & Zeidman, S. (In Press). Sex offender specific legislation: A review of caselaw and empirical research.  Psychology, Public Policy and Law.
  6. Beatty, R.**, Matsuura, T.**, & Jeglic, E.L. (2014). Judicial bond setting behavior: The perceived nature of the crime may matter more than how serious it is.  Psychology, Public Policy and Law 20 (4), 411-420.
  7. Calkins, C., Colombino, N.**, Matsuura, T.**, & Jeglic, E.L. (2015). Where do sex crimes occur? How an examination of sex offense location can inform policy and prevention. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Criminal Justice, 39(2), 99-112.
  8. Blasko, B., & Jeglic, E.L.  (In Press). Sexual offenders’ perceptions of the client-therapist relationship: The role of risk. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment.
  9. Clark, S.,** Jeglic, E.L, Calkins, C & Tartar, J. (2014). More than just a nuisance: A study of reactions to frotteurism and exhibitionism.  Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment.
  10. Smith, K.M.,**  Chesin, M.S.,** & Jeglic, E.L. (2014). Minority student mental health: Does majority status matter?  Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 42(2), 77-92.
  11. Quesada, S.** Calkins,C. & Jeglic, E.L. (2014).  An examination of the inter-rater reliability between practitioners and researchers on the Static-99.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology 58(11) 1364-75.
  12. Bauer, R.**,  Chesin Schaffer & Jeglic, E.L.  (2014). Delinquency, depression, and suicidal behaviors among college students. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 35(1). 36-41.
  13. Perillo, A. D.**, Spada, A. H.**, Calkins. C., & Jeglic, E. L.. (2014). Examining the scope of questionable diagnostic reliability in Sexually Violent Predator (SVP) evaluations. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 37(2), 190-197.
  14. Chesin Schaffer., M.,**  Moster, A., ** & Jeglic, E.L. (2013).  Non-suicidal self-injury among ethnically and racially diverse emerging adults: The role of factors unique to the minority experience. Current Psychology, 32 318-328..
  15. Chang, E.C., Yu, E.A., Kahle, E.R., Jeglic, E.L., & Hirsch, J.K..(2013).  Is doubling up on positive future cognitions associated with reduced suicidal risk in Latinos?: A look at hope and positive problem orientation.  Cognitive Therapy and Research, 37(6), 1285-1293
  16. Perillo, A. D.**, & Jeglic, E. L. (2013). The cost of sex offender civil commitment: How much is too much? Sex Offender Law Report.
  17. Kleban, H.,** Chesin Schaffer, M.,** Jeglic, E.L., & Mercado, C.C.(2013). An exploration of crossover sexual offending.  Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 25(5), 427-443.  Doi: 10.1177/1079063212464397.
  18. Jeglic, E.L. Spada, A.**, & Mercado, C.C.  (2013). An Examination of Suicide Attempts among Incarcerated Sex Offenders. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 25(1) 21-40.
  19. Visser, P., Loess, P, Jeglic, E.L., & Hirsch, J.  (2013). Hope as a moderator of negative life events and depressive symptoms in a multi-ethnic sample.  Stress and Health 29(1), 82-88.
  20. Hirsch, J.K., Chang, E.C., & Jeglic, E.L. (2012). Social problem solving and suicide ideation and attempts: Ethnic differences in the moderating effects of loneliness and life stress.  Archives of Suicide Research., 16, 303-315.  Doi: 10.1080/13811118.2013.722054
  21. Chesin Schaffer, M**., & Jeglic, E.L. (2012). Suicidal behavior among Latina college students.  Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences 34(3) 421-436.
  22. Kleban, H**.,  & Jeglic, E.L. (2012) Dispelling the Myths: Can Psychoeducation Change Public  Attitudes Towards Sex Offenders?  Journal of Sexual Aggression 18(2), 179-193..
  23. Hirsch, J.K., Webb, J.R., & Jeglic, E.L. (2012). Forgiveness as a moderator of the association between anger expression and suicidal behavior. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 15(3), 279-300.
  24. Boccaccini, M.T., Murrie, D.C., Mercado, C.C., Quesada, S.,** Hawes, S., Rice, A.K., & Jeglic, E.L. (2012).   Implications of Static-99 field reliability findings for score use and reporting.  Criminal Justice and Behavior 39 (1), 42-58.
  25. Hirsch, J.K., Visser, P.L., Chang, E.C., & Jeglic, E.L. (2012). Race and ethnic differences in hope and hopelessness as moderators of the association between depressive symptoms and suicidal behavior, Journal of American College Health, 60(2), 115-125.
  26. Jeglic, E.L., Mercado, C.C., & Levenson, J. (2012).  Prevalence and Correlates of Depression and Hopelessness among Sex Offenders Subject to Community Notification and Residence Restriction Legislation.  American Journal of Criminal Justice 37(1), 45-59.
  27. Hirsch, J.K., Webb, J.R. &, Jeglic, E.L (2011). Forgiveness, Depression, and Suicidal Behavior among a Diverse Sample of College Students.  Journal of Clinical Psychology 67(9), 896-906.
  28. Chang, E.C., Hirsch, J.K., Sanna, L., Jeglic, E.L., Fabian, C.G.  (2011). A preliminary study of perfectionism and loneliness as predictors of depressive and anxious symptoms in Latinas: A top-down test of a model.  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 58(3), 441-448.
  29. Colombino, N**., Mercado, C.C., Levenson, J., & Jeglic, E.L.  (2011).  Preventing sexual violence:  Can examination of offense location inform sex crime policy?  International Journal of Law and Psychiatry.34(3), 160-167.
  30. Blasko, B.**, Jeglic, E.L., & Mercado, C.C. (2011). Are actuarial risk data used to make determinations of sex offender risk classification? An examination of sex offenders selected for enhanced registration and notification. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 55(5), 676-92.
  31. Vanderhoff, H., Jeglic, E.L.,  & Donovick, P. (2011).  Neuropsychological Assessment in Prisons: Ethical Considerations.  Journal of Correctional Healthcare, 17 (51-60).
  32. Chang, E.C., Sanna, L., Hirsch, J.K., & Jeglic, E.L.  (2010).  Loneliness and negative life events as predictors of hopelessness and suicidal behaviors in Hispanics: Evidence for a diathesis-stress model.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 66(12),1242-1253.
  33. Chesin Schaffer, M.**, Jeglic, E.L. & Stanley, B. (2010).  Pathways to  high lethality suicide attempts in individuals with borderline personality disorder.  Archives of Suicide Research, 14(4), 342-362.
  34. Chesin Schaffer, M. **, Jeglic, E.L., Moster, A., & Wnuk, D. (2010).  Cognitive-behavior therapy in the treatment and management of sex offenders.   Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 24(2), 92-103.
  35. Currell, C.,** & Jeglic,  E.L. (2010). An examination of alcohol and drug use among urban college students. Journal of Substance Use, 15(4), 272-282.
  36. Colombino, N**., Mercado, C.C., & Jeglic, E.L. (2009)  Situational Aspects of  Sexual Offending: Implications for Residence Restrictions. Justice Research and Policy, 11, 27-43.
  37. Pirelli, G.**, & Jeglic, E.L. (2009). The Influence of Death Exposure on Suicidal Thoughts and Behaviors Archives of Suicide Research, 13(2), 136-46.
  38. Schiavone Katz, S.**, & Jeglic, E.L. (2009). Public perception of sex offender social policies and the impact on  Sex  Offenders. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
  39. Moster, A.**, & Jeglic, E.L., (2009). Prison warden attitudes toward prison rape and sexual assault:  Findings since the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). The Prison Journal.
  40. Schaffer, M. ** , Clark, S.**, & Jeglic, E.L. (2009) The role of empathy and associated factors in the development of antisocial behaviors.  Crime and Delinquency,55(4), 586-599.
  41. Jeglic, E.L. (2008).  Will my patient attempt suicide again? Current Psychiatry, 7(11), 19-31.
  42. Wenzel, A., Jeglic, E.L., Levy-Mack, H.J., Beck, A.T & Brown, G.K. (2008).  Attitudes toward  treatment and treatment outcome in patients with borderline personality disorder. Journal of  Cognitive Psychotherapy, 22(3), 250-257.
  43. Sahlstrom, K.A.**, & Jeglic, E.L. (2008).  Factors affecting attitudes toward juvenile offenders.  Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 17(2), 180-196.     
  44. Schaffer, M.**, Jeglic, E.L., & Stanley, B. (2008). The Relationship between suicidal behavior, ideation and binge drinking among college students: A pilot study. Archives of Suicide Research, 12(2), 124-132.   
  45. Moster, A.**., Wnuk, D., ** & Jeglic, E.L. (2008). Cognitive behavioral interventions for sex offenders.  Journal of Correctional Healthcare, 14(2),109-121.
  46. Blasko, B.**, Jeglic, E.L., & Malkin, S. (2008). Suicide risk assessment in jails.  Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 8(1).
  47. Kobak, K.K., Williams, J.B.W., Jeglic, E.L., Salvucci, D., & Sharp, I.R. (2007). Face-to-face vs.

    Remote Administration of the Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale

    (MADRS) using Videoconference and Telephone.  Depression and Anxiety.
  48. Jeglic, E.L., Kobak, K.K., Engelhardt, N., Williams, J.B.., Lipsitz, J., Bryson, H., & Bellow, K. (2007). A novel approach to improving inter-rater reliability in multi-national trials. International Clinical Psychopharmacology 22(4), 187-191.
  49. Kobak. K.A., Lipsitz, J., Williams, J.B.W., Engelhardt, N., Jeglic, E.L., & Bellew, K.M. (2007).  Are effects       of rater training sustainable? Results from a multi-center clinical trial.  Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology, 27(5), 534-535.
  50. Cohen, M.,** & Jeglic, E.L. (2007). Sex Offender Legislation in the United States: What do we know?  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology,51,369-383.
  51. Jeglic, E.L., Pepper, C.M., Vanderhoff, H.A., & Ryabchenko, K.A. (2007). An analysis of suicidal ideation in a college sample.  Archives of Suicide Research 11(1) 41-56.
  52. Berk, M.S., Jeglic, E.L., Brown, G.K., Henriques, G.R., & Beck, A.T. (2007). Characteristics of Recent Suicide Attempters With and Without Borderline Personality Disorder.  Archives of Suicide Research, 11(1) 91-104.
  53. Wnuk, D.**, Chapman, J.E. , Jeglic, E. L. (2006). Development and refinement of a scale to measure attitudes toward sex offender treatment.  Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 43(3), 35-47.
  54. Lawrence, E**., Jeglic, E.L., Matthew, L.T., & Pepper, C.M. (2006).  Gender differences in grief reactions following the death of a parent. OMEGA: Journal of Death and Dying 52(4), 323-337.
  55. Sharp, I.R., Henriques, G.R., Chapman, J.E., Jeglic, E.L., Brown, G.K., Beck, A.T. (2005).  Strategies used in the treatment of borderline personality disorder: A survey of practicing psychologists.  Journal of Contemporary Psychology, 35(4), 359-367.
  56. Jeglic, E.L., Chapman, J.E., Sharp, I.R., Brown, G.K., & Beck, A.T. (2005).  A history of family suicide and problem solving abilities in a sample of suicide attempters. Archives of Suicide Research 9(2), 135-146.
  57. Jeglic, E.L., Vanderhoff, H.A., & Donovick, P. J. (2005). The function of self harm in a prison population.  International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 49(2), 131-142.
  58. Jeglic, E.L., Pepper, C.M., Ryabchenko, R.A., Griffith, J.W., Miller, A.B. & Johnson, M. (2005). Coping with a partner’s depression: A caregiving model.  Family Relations 54(1), 37-45
  59. Ryabchenko, K.A., Pepper, C.M., Jeglic, E.L., Griffith, J.W., & Miller, A.B. (2004).  Differences in Course and Comorbidity in Recurrent Depression in Two Patient Populations.  Depression and Anxiety, 20(3), 153-154.

** Denotes student author

Edited Books

  1. Jeglic, E.L., & Calkins, C (Under Contract): Evidence Based Sex Offender Legislation: Policy and Prevention. New York: Springer.


Book Chapters

  1. Daniels, A., Winters, G., & Jeglic, E.L (In Press).  Sex Offender Risk Assessment.  In T. Masson (Ed.) Inside Forensic Psychology.  ABC-CLIO
  2. Jeglic, E.L., Miranda, R., & Roman-Polanco, L. (In Press). Positive Psychology in the Context of Race and Ethnicity.  In E. Chang (Ed) Positive Psychology in the Cultural Context. Washington, D.C: APA Books.
  3. Kaylor, L., Schaaf, S., Rosseillo, M., Laake, A., Johnson, C. & Jeglic, E.L. (2015) Sex Offenders and Victims: Legislation and Policy. In S.E. Ortega (Ed.) Sexual Harassment and Sexual Offenders: Patterns, Coping Strategies of Victims and Psychological Implications. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  4. Chung, Y., & Jeglic, E.L. (2014) Challenges for Suicide Assessment. In D. A. Lamis & N. J. Kaslow (Eds.), Advancing the science of suicidal behavior: Understanding and intervention. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.
  5. Jeglic, E.L. (In Press). Therapeutic Alliance in Working with Sex Offenders.  In The Sex Offender Volume 8 (B. Schwartz Ed.) Civic Research Institute.
  6. Blasko, B. L. & Jeglic, E.L. (2014). Conducting treatment in the prison system: Rehabilitation research.  In Prison and Prison Systems: Practices, Types and Challenges, Johan Fuhrmann and Stefan Baier, eds.  New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  7. Maile, C*., Mercado, C.C., & Jeglic, E.L. (2012). Sex Offenders Behind Bars.  In Offenders Behind Bars (L. Gideon Ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Press.
  8. Jeglic, E.L. & Murphy-Ebernz, K. (2012). Women and Depression. In: Women and mental disorders (Vols 1–4). (Lundberg-Love, P.K., Nadal, K. & Paludi, M.A. (Eds.)  Santa Barbara, CA, US: Praeger/ABC-CLIO.
  9. Jeglic, E.L., Maile, C.*, & Mercado, C.C. (2011). Treatment of Offender Populations: Implications for Risk Management and Community Reintegration. Rethinking Corrections.: Rehabilitation, re-entry and reintegration. (L. Gideon & H. Sung, Eds). Pp 37-70.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Press. 
  10. Brown, G.K., Jeglic, E.L., Henriques, G & Beck, A.T. (2006) Cognitive Therapy, Cognition and Suicide Behavior.  In T. Ellis (Ed.) Cognition and Suicide.  Washington: American Psychological Association Press.
  11. Jeglic, E.L. &  Jeglic, A.A. (2006) Negotiating with disordered people.  In C. Honeyman & A, Schneider (Eds.) Canon of Negotiation.   Washington: American Bar Association Press.


Encyclopedia Entries

  1. Jeglic, E.L. (In Press). Law and Mental Health: Overview. Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology.
  2. Jeglic, E.L. (In Press). Grieving and Gender.  The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender
  3. Winters, G. & Jeglic, E.L (2015).  Wardens.  The Encyclopedia of Corrections.
  4. Jeglic, E.L. (In Press). Risk Assessment/ Violence Prediction: Sexual Offenders.  In the Encyclopedia of Clinical Psychology.
  5. Jeglic, E.L. (2008). Sex Offender Recidivism.  In B. Culter (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law. Sage Pres
  6. Jeglic, E.L. (2008). Sex Offender Typologies.  In B. Culter (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law. Sage Press.
  7. Jeglic, E.L. (2008). Hallucinations.  In B. Culter (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law. Sage Press.
  8. Jeglic, E.L. (2008). Delusions.  In B. Culter (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and Law. Sage Press.


Book Reviews

  1. Jeglic, E.L. (2008). Cry Rape: The True Story of One Woman’s Harrowing Quest for Justice. [Review of the book Cry Rape: The True Story of One Woman’s Harrowing Quest for Justice]. Criminal Justice Review
  2. Jeglic, E.L. (2007). Annual Editions: Dying, Death, and Bereavement. 2005/2006 [Review of the book Dying, Death and Bereavement]. Criminal Justice Review.
  3. Jeglic, E.L. (2006). Why People Die by Suicide. [Review of the book Why People Die by Suicide]. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Book Reviews.


Treatment Manuals

  1. Stanley, B., Jeglic, E.L., & Nelson, J.D. (2006).  Targeted Intervention for College students with Suicidal Behaviors and/or Binge Drinking.  Columbia University
  2. Jeglic, E.L. (2005).  Targeted Intervention for Distressed Latino College Students.  John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
  3. Beck, A.T., Brown, G.K., & Jeglic, E.L (2004). Cognitive Intervention for Older Male Suicide Ideators: Treatment Manual. University of Pennsylvania.
  4. Yates, PM., Goguen, B., Jeglic, E.L, Martin, G., & Williams, S. (2000).  National Sex Offender Treatment Manual.  Correctional Service of Canada.
  5. Yates, PM., Goguen, B., Jeglic, E.L, Martin, G., & Williams, S. (2000).  National Sex Offender Treatment Manual – Low Intensity.  Correctional Service of Canada.
  6. Yates, PM., Goguen, B., Jeglic, E.L, Martin, G., & Williams, S. (2000).  National Sex Offender Treatment Assessment Manual.  Correctional Service of Canada.
  7. Yates, P.M., Jeglic, E.L., Martin, G., & Goguen, B.C. (2000) National Sex Offender Program Service Provider Training Manual.  Correctional Service of Canada.


2015                            PSC CUNY Research Grant
                                     Barriers to Reentry: Sex Offenders Speak about the Impact of Sex Offender Laws
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $5984
2013                            CUNY Collaborative Grant
                                    The Economics of Sex Crime Policy and the Reduction of Sexual  Recidivism
                                    Co-Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded $29, 480
2012                            PSC CUNY Research Grant
                                    The Predictive Validity of the Emotional Stroop Test
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $5818
2011                            PSC CUNY Research Grant
                                    Test of the Emotional Stroop Test
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $3000
2011                            John Jay Collaborative Research Award
                                    Criminal Trajectories of Sex Offenders
                                    Co-Investigator (PI: Cynthia Mercado)
                                    Amount Awarded: $8000
2008                           CUNY Collaborative Grant
                                    Sex Offender Management, Treatment, and Civil Commitment
                                    Co-Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $38,000
2008                          John Jay Research Assistance Program
                                    Sex Offenders in the Community
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $750
2007                            National Institute of Justice (2007-IJ-CX-0037)
                                    Sex Offender Management, Treatment, and Civil Commitment: 
                                     An Evidence Based Analysis Aimed atReducing Sexual Violence
                                     Principal Investigator
                                     Amount Awarded: $297,985
2007                            Forensic Psychology Research Institute
                                    Predicting Sex Offender Recidivism
                                    Co-Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $5000
2007                            John Jay Research Assistance Program
                                    Reaction to Civil Commitment
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $1000
2007                            PSC-CUNY Research Grant
                                    Predicting Sex Offender Recidivism
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $4400
2007                           American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
                                    A Pilot Investigation of Suicidal Behavior among Latino College Students
                                   Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $18,260
2006                           John Jay Research Assistance Program
                                    Predicting Sex Offender Recidivism
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $1000
2006                            Forensic Psychology Research Institute
                                    Suicide Among Corrections Officers
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $2940
2006                            Forensic Psychology Research Institute
                                    Intervention for Suicidal Latino Students
                                    Principal Investigator
                                    Amount Awarded: $2700
2005                            Forensic Psychology Research Institute
                                     Stress and Resiliency Project
                                     Principal Investigator
                                     Amount Awarded: $4750


Awards and Scholarships

May 2015                  Fay Honey Knopp Award

                                    New York State Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers
May 2014                   Master’s Program Mentoring Award
                                    John Jay College
March 2013              Undergraduate Mentoring Award
                                    John Jay College
March 2009              Female Mentoring Award
                                    American Psychological Association Division 12
May 2008                  Faculty Scholarly Excellence Award (2 course releases)
                                    John Jay College
May 2007                  Faculty Scholarly Excellence Award (2 course releases)
                                    John Jay College
December 2006        Faculty Publication Fellowship (1 course release)
                                    City University of New York
Summer 2005           Summer Research Institute for Suicide Prevention
                                    National Institute of Mental Health
Summer 2002          The Vivian Smith Advanced Studies Summer Institute ($1,000)
                                     International Neuropsychological Society, Xylocastro, Greece
2001-2003                 Doctoral Fellowship   ($17,400/year)
         Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
March 2002               Binghamton University Excellence in Research Award
                                      State University of New York at Binghamton
May 2001                    Conference Scholarship ($85)
          New York State Psychological Association
1998-2002                   Tuition Scholarship ($8,000/year)
                                       State University of New York at Binghamton
June 1999                    Summer Incentive Award (declined) ($2,500)
                                      State University of New York at Binghamton



Research interest

Evidence Based Public Policy


Dr. Jeglic is available for consultation for her expertise related to:

  • Sex Offender Treatment and Assessment
  • Sex Offender Public Policy and Legislation
  • Prevention of Sexual Violence
  • Evidence Based Program Development and Evaluation
  • Training in Evidence Based Practice
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Treatment, Assessment and Prevention of Suicidal Behavior

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