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Matthew T . Huss, PhD

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Matthew Huss

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College of Arts and Sciences
Psychology
Faculty Pre-Law Advisors
HLSB - Hixson Lied Science Building

Matthew T . Huss, PhD

Professor

Department

Psychological Science

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Professor

Books

  • The psychopath: Theory, research, and practice
    Spidel, A., Vincent, G., Huss, M. T., Winters, J., Thomas, L., Dutton, D. G. Psychopathy: Subtyping perpetrators of domestic violence., p. 327-342 2012
  • Your graduate training in psychology: Effective strategies for success.
    Huss, Matthew T. Preparing for comprehensive exams, p. 203-215 2012
  • Gewaltphantasien: Zwischen Welsten und Wirklichkeiten
    Adherhold, B., Huss, M. T. Sexuelle Phantasien Sexualstraftaten, p. 155-174 2011
  • Promoting student engagement: Activities, exercises and demonstrations for psychology courses
    Hendricks, K.,, Huss, M. T. Engaging students in psychology and law: An exercise in jury selection, p. 33-37 2011
  • Your graduate training in psychology: Suggestions for success
    Skovran, L. C., Gonsalves, V. M., Huss, M. T. They have my money! Applying for research funding, p. 203-216 2011
  • Your graduate training in psychology: Suggestions for success
    Gonsalves, V. M., Skovran, L. C., Huss, M. T. Preparing for comprehensive exams, p. 203-216 2011
  • Wiley-Blackwell
    Why become a forensic psychologist? In J. L. Helms & D. Rogers (Eds). Careers in psychology (p. 269). Boston: Wiley-Blackwell., p. 269 2010
  • Clinician's handbook of adult behavioral assessment
    Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Huss, M. T., Rohling, M. Assessing violence in adults, p. 371-400 2006
  • The handbook of the teaching of psychology
    Huss, M. T. Professional development through the integration of teaching, scholarship and service: If it is not fun, I?..m not doing it., p. 324-327 2006
  • The many faces of psychological research in the 21st century.
    Psychology and the law, now and in the next century, p. 259-285 2001

Articles

  • Criminal Justice and Behavior
    Fennessy, Matthew, Huss, Matthew T. PREDICTING SUCCESS IN A LARGE SAMPLE OF FEDERAL PRETRIAL OFFENDERS The Influence of Ethnicity
    40, p. 40-56 2013
  • International Journal of Law and Psychiatry
    Gonsalves, Valerie M., McLawsen, Julia E., Huss, Matthew T., Scalora, Mario J. Factor structure and construct validity of the psychopathic personality inventory in a forensic sample
    36, p. 176-184 2013
  • Violence & Victims
    Strawhun, Jenna, Adams, Natasha, Huss, Matthew T. The Assessment of Cyberstalking: An Expanded Examination Including Social Networking, Attachment, Jealousy, and Anger in Relation to Violence and Abuse
    28, p. 715-730 2013
  • Addiction Research and Theory
    Lagoni, Lacey, Crawford, Erin, Huss, Matthew T. An examination of the self-medication hypothesis via treatment completion
    19, p. 416-426 2011
  • Violence & Victims
    Norris, S. M., Huss, M. T., Palarea, R. E. A pattern of violence: analyzing the relationship between intimate partner violence and stalking
    26, p. 103-115 2011
  • Psychology, Crime & Law
    Skovran, Leah C., Huss, Matthew T., Scalora, Mario J. Sexual fantasies and sensation seeking among psychopathic sexual offenders
    16, p. 617-629 2010
  • Behavioral Sciences and the Law
    Rendell, Jariel A., Huss, Matthew T., Jensen, Maren L. Expert testimony and the effects of a biological approach, psychopathy, and juror attitudes in cases of insanity
    28, p. 411-425 2010
  • Behavioral Sciences and the Law
    Scott, Sarah, Gilcrist, Brett, Thurston, Nicole, Huss, Matthew T. Risk communication in sexually violent predator hearings
    28, p. 322-336 2010
  • Criminal Justice and Behavior
    Gonsalves, Valerie M., Scalora, Mario J., Huss, Matthew T. Prediction of recidivism using the Psychopathy Checklist?..Revised and the Psychological Inventory of Criminal Thinking Styles within a forensic sample
    36, p. 741-756 2009
  • Aggression and Violent Behavior
    Wernke, Melinda R., Huss, Matthew T. An alternative explanation for cross-cultural differences in the expression of psychopathy
    13, p. 229-236 2008
  • Criminal Justice and Behavior
    Huss, M. T., Ralston, A. Do batterer subtypes actually matter? Treatment completion, treatment response, and recidivism across a batterer typology
    35, p. 710-724 2008
  • Criminal Law Bulletin
    A review: Expert psychological testimony for the courts
    43, p. 1000-1002 2008
  • Journal of Family Violence
    Covell, Christmas, Huss, Matthew, Langhinrichsen-Rohling, Jennifer Empathic Deficits Among Male Batterers: A Multidimensional Approach
    22, p. 165-174 2007
  • Addiction Research and Theory
    Gonsalves, V., Sapp, J., Huss, M. T. A comparison of methamphetamine and nonmethamphetamine users in a dual diagnosis facility
    15, p. 277-284 2007
  • Law and human behavior
    Huss, M. T., Langhinrichsen Rohling, J. Assessing the generalization of psychopathy in a clinical sample of domestic violence perpetrators
    30, p. 571-586 2006
  • Aggression and Violent Behavior
    Sartin, R. M., Hansen, D. J., Huss, M. T. Domestic violence treatment response and recidivism: A review and implications for the study of family violence
    11, p. 425-440 2006
  • Journal of Interpersonal Violence
    Huss, M. T., Tomkins, A. J., Garbin, C. P., Schopp, R. F., Kilian, A. Battered women who kill their abusers - An examination of commonsense notions, cognitions, and judgments
    21, p. 1063-1080 2006
  • Behavioral Sciences and the Law
    Odeh, Michael S., Zeiss, Robert A., Huss, Matthew T. Cues they use: Clinicians' endorsement of risk cues in predictions of dangerousness
    24, p. 147-156 2006
  • Aggression and Violent Behavior
    Sartin, M., Hansen, D., Huss, M. T. Recidivism and treatment response related characteristics for domestic violence perpetrators
    11, p. 425-440 2006
  • Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, and Trauma
    Huss, M. T., Covell, C. N., Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J. Clinical implications for the assessment and treatment of antisocial and psychopathic domestic violence perpetrators.
    13, p. 61-87 2006
  • International Journal of Law and Psychiatry
    Huss, M. T., Zeiss, R. A. You have the right not to have a hearing: An evaluation of the impact of fully advising civilly committed patients on their rights
    28, p. 334-341 2005
  • Journal of Interpersonal Violence
    Langhinrichsen-Rohling, J., Shlien-Dellinger, R. K., Huss, M. T., Kramer, V. L. Attributions about perpetrators and victims of interpersonal abuse - Results from an analogue study
    19, p. 484-498 2004
  • Psychology Public Policy and Law
    Groscup, J. L., Penrod, S. D., Studebaker, C. A., Huss, M. T., O'Neil, K. M. The effects of Daubert on the admissibility of expert testimony in state and federal criminal cases
    8, p. 339-372 2002
  • Teaching of Psychology
    Huss, M. T., Randall, B. A., Patry, M., Davis, S. F., Hansen, D. J. Factors influencing self-rated preparedness for graduate school: A survey of graduate students
    29, p. 275-281 2002
  • International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology
    Hatch-Maillette, M. A., Scalora, M. J., Huss, M. T., Baumgartner, J. V. Criminal thinking patterns: Are child molesters unique?
    45, p. 102-117 2001

Publications

  • None
    ?Aderherold, B., Boulas, J., Huss, M. T. (2011). Guide to graduate programs in forensic and legal psychology. http://tinyurl.com/cz89aps 2011

Presentations

  • Ryan, T. Huss, M. T., & Scalora, M. J. (March, 2015). Using measures of impulsivity and compulsivity to differentiate sex offenders by type. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA. 2015
  • Ruchensky, J.. Huss, M. T., & Scalora, M. J. (March, 2015). Crossover offenders and risk. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA. 2015
  • Huss, M. (October, 2014). Invited panel: Interests in vulnerable and diverse populations. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Law-Psychology Program 40th Anniversary. Lincoln, NE. 2014
  • Buttars, A., Huss, M. T. & Brack, C. (March, 2014). Sex offender risk assessment: A reexamination of the coffee can study. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA. 2014
  • Rock, R., Sellbom, M., & Huss, M. T. (March, 2014). Generating batterer subtypes using the MMPI-2-RF PSY-5 scales. Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA. 2014
  • Ruchensky, J., Strominger, R., Ryan, T., McDermott, T., Paxton, J., Huss, M. T. (March, 2014). A latent class analysis approach of sexual offenders and risk. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA. 2014
  • Huss, M. T., & Berman, G. L. (March, 2014). What is my (or even a) teaching philosophy and does it really matter? Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA. 2014
  • Ryan, T. & Huss, M. T. (October, 2013). A review of offense severity as it is related to sexual offense recidivism. Conference for the Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals. Banff, Alberta, Canada. 2013
  • Byllesby, B., & Huss, M. T., (August, 2013). The association between victim offender relationship and subsequent trauma response and posttraumatic stress disorder. Poster to be presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI. 2013
  • Davis, K., Ruchensky, J., Strominger, R., Momohara, C., Ryan, T. J., Paxton, J., & Huss, M. T. (August 2013). Hooking up: Polygraphs and sex offender treatment. Poster to be presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI. 2013
  • Nelson, K., & Huss, M. T. (August, 2013). Predictors of URICA scores and relapse rates in dually-diagnosed patients: Looking at illicitness of drug and reason for treatment. Poster to be presented at the annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI. 2013
  • Buttars, A., Huss, M. T. & Brack, C. (March, 2013). An analysis of an intensive supervision program for sex offenders. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Portland, OR. 2013
  • Ruchensky, J., Strominger, R., Davis, K., Momohara, C., Ryan, T. J., Paxton, J., Huss, M. T. (March, 2013). Playing the field: An examination of crossover offenders and risk. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Portland, OR. 2013
  • Ryan, T. J., Davis, K., Ruchensky, J., Strominger, R., Momohara, C., Paxton, J., Huss, M. T. (March, 2013). A comparison of penetrative assault sexual offenders with non-penetrative offenders. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Portland, OR. 2013
  • Boulas, J., Seifert, K. Huss, M. T., Scalora, M. J. (August, 2012). Juvenile factors in predicting psychopathy. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of American Psychological Association, Orlando, FL. 2012
  • Hodges, H., Scalora, M. J., Huss, M. T. (March 2012). How different are sex offenders? An analysis across a diverse forensic sample. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Psychology-Law Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 2012
  • Boulas, J., Seifert, K. Huss, M. T., Scalora, M. J. (March, 2011). Response bias on self-report measures of sexual fantasies. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Psychology-Law Society, Miami, FL. 2011
  • Fennessey, M., & Huss, M. T. (March, 2011). Predicting success and identifying racial differences in a large sample of federal pretrial offenders. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of American Psychology-Law Society, Miami, FL. 2011
  • Ryan, T., Bertolini, A., Hendricks, K. Adherhold, B., Appelgate, K., Israel, B., Paxton, J., & Huss, M. T. (March, 2011). A comparison of sex offenders in residential treatment in polygraph responses. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of American Psychology-Law Society, Miami, FL. 2011
  • Schmidt, N., Lien, E., Vaughn, M., & Huss, M. T. The relationship between early childhood experiences and substance abuse among criminal offenders. (2010, November). Poster presented the Joint Convention of NPS/PERK, Emporia, KS. 2010
  • Huss, M. T. (2010, March). A comprehensive evaluation of an intensive supervision program for sex offenders from statewide sample. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of American Psychology-Law Society, Vancouver, BC Canada. 2010
  • Huss, M. T. (March, 2010). Not all forensic science is created equal: The role of forensic psychology. Invited Keynote Address at the University of South Alabama 17th Annual Research Forum, Mobile, Alabama. 2010

Awards

  • Nebraska Professor of the Year
    Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
    Carnegie Foundation
  • Dean’s Scholarship Award
    CCAS
    Creighton College of Arts and Sciences
  • Iggy Award
    Center for Student Success and Retention
  • Iggy Award
    Center for Student Success and Retention