Dr. Randall T. Salekin is Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Alabama where he also serves as Director of the Disruptive Behavior Clinic. He received his PhD from the University of North Texas and completed his clinical internship at Yale University. Dr. Salekin has published on child and adolescent psychopathy, personality, and also has research interests in child and adolescent developmental maturity and amenability to treatment. Dr. Salekin’s research also focuses on understanding of the causes and correlates of disruptive behavior in children and youth. Dr. Salekin and his team provide novel assessment and treatment services for disruptive behavior disorder youth with Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, and Limited Prosocial Emotion. Dr. Salekin received the American Psychological Association Division 41 Saleem Shah Award for Early Career Contributions to Law and Psychology in 2001.
- Juvenile Assessment Issues and Evaluation of Juvenile Waiver to Adult Court