Michelle R. Guyton, PhD, ABPP

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503-352-7317

Roles and Interests

Instructor: Correctional Psychology, Ethics and Professional Issues, Assessment II, Advanced Clinical Skills Review, Psychopathology  

Clinical Interests: Forensic assessment, treatment and assessment of serious and persistent mental illness and personality pathology; female offenders; substance abuse

Research Interests: Severe mental illness in prison, institutional adjustment in prison, female offenders, psychopathy and other personality disorders, violence risk assessment, sex offenders

Education

PhD, University of Utah, 2005, Clinical Psychology

MA, Sam Houston State University, 1998, Clinical Psychology

BA, Sam Houston State University, 1996, Psychology

Publications

Montes, O., & Guyton, M. R. (in press). Performance of Hispanic Inmates on Spanish Miller Forensic Assessment of Symptoms Test (M-FAST). Law and Human Behavior.

Anderson, S. C., & Guyton, M. R. (2013). Ethics in an age of information seekers: A survey of licensed healthcare providers about online social networking. Journal of Technology and Human Services, 31(2), p. 112-128.

Jackson, R. L., & Guyton, M. R. (2008). Violence risk assessment. In R. L. Jackson (Ed.),Learning forensic assessment (pp. 153-181). Malwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Marcus, D. K., Lyons, Jr., P. M., & Guyton, M. R. (2000). Studying perceptions of juror influence in vivo: A social relations analysis. Law and Human Behavior, 24, 173-186.

Recent Presentations

Guyton, M. R., Brown, C. S., Stotler-Turner, E., Hinman, J., Isoma, Z., & Brown, E. (2013).Getting used to the big house: Male and female inmates’ adjustment in the first year of incarceration. Paper presented to the American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Portland, Ore.

Cook, A. N., Hinman, J., & Guyton, M. R. (2011). A comparison of the abuse histories of male and female subtypes of psychopathy. Paper presented at the International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services Conference. Barcelona, Spain.

Cook, A. N., & Guyton, M.R. (2011). Trait and childhood abuse differences in subtypes of psychopathy: Implications for risk and treatment. Paper presented at the Seventh Annual Pacific Forensic Psychiatry Conference. Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Stotler-Turner, E., Guyton, M. R., Hinman, J., & Brown, C. (2011). Mental illness and adjustment among first-time female prison inmates. Poster presented at the Forensic Mental Health Association of California Annual Conference. Seaside, Calif.

Cook, A. N., & Guyton, M. R. (2011). Childhood abuse in subtypes of psychopathy among first-time male prison inmates. Paper presented at the Fourth International Congress of Psychology and Law. Miami, Fla.

Isoma, Z., & Guyton, M. R. (2011). Relational aggression among male and female inmates.Paper presented at the Fourth International Congress of Psychology and Law. Miami, Fla.

Guyton, M. R., Brown, C., Hinman, J., Stotler-Turner, E., Cook, A. N., & Isoma, Z. (2011).First time: The mental health and abuse histories of male and female offenders entering prison. Poster presented at the Fourth International Congress of Psychology and Law. Miami, Fla.

Reckmeyer, D., & Guyton, M. R. (2011). PAI scores in a community sample of sexually abused and non-sexually abused female sexual offenders. Poster presented at the Fourth International Congress of Psychology and Law. Miami, Fla.

Baird, S. A., & Guyton, M. R. (2010). A Rorschach investigation of psychopathy: An assessment of self-perception and interpersonal relationship in a sample of incarcerated females. Oregon Psychological Association Annual Conference, Portland, Ore.

Guyton, M. R., Brown, C. S., Stotler-Turner, E., & Hinman, J. (2010). Personality, trauma, and adjustment in first-time female inmates. Research colloquium at Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Ore.

Guyton, M. R., Brown, C. S., Stotler-Turner, E., & Hinman, J. (2010). Variants of psychopathy in female offenders. American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Kilgust, A. R., & Guyton, M. R. (2010). Sentencing and risk characteristics of Latino sexual offenders. American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Hill, D., Laffoon, L., & Guyton, M. R. (2010). Detecting malingering in correctional settings: A comparison of several psychological tests. American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Rideout, K., & Guyton, M. R. (2010). Childhood emotional abuse In incarcerated females: Use Of The PAI in identifying complex trauma. American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.

Guyton, M. R., Brown, C., Hinman, J., & Stotler-Turner, E. (2010). The relationship of mental health symptoms and trauma experiences in first-time female inmates. American Correctional Health Services Association Conference. Portland, Ore.

Guyton, M. R. (2009). Confidentiality upgrade: The ethics of privacy as technology advances. Invited address for School of Professional Psychology, Pacific University Ethics Workshop.

Brown, C. S., & Guyton, M. R. (2008). Incremental validity of the Static-99 and PAI with community-treated sex offenders. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Conference, Atlanta, Ga.

Means, J. C., Guyton, M. R., Brown, C., Buchanan, P., MacMahon, B., Marshall, K., & Vo, E. (2008). Extension and validation of the Static-99. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers 27th Annual Conference, Atlanta, Ga.

Means, J. C., Guyton, M. R., Brown, C., Buchanan, P., MacMahon, B., Marshall, K., & Vo, E. (2008). Extension and validation of the Static-99: A pilot study. Oregon Psychological Association 2008 Annual Conference, Portland, Ore.

Guyton, M. R., Vo, E., Means, J., Buchanan, P., Marshall, K., Brown, T., & MacMahon, B. (2008). A comparison of predictive validity of actuarial and dynamic measures of sexual re-offense with a community treatment sample. American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Jacksonville, Fla.

Vo, E., Guyton, M., Brown, C., Buchanan, P., MacMahon, B., Marshall, K., & Means, J. (2008). A comparison of the conviction rates and sentence length of male and female sexual offenders. American Psychology-Law Society Conference, Jacksonville, Fla.

McLawsen, J. E., Guyton, M. R., Vannoy, S. D., Gagliardi, G. J., Jackson, R. L., Richards, H., & Scalora, M. J. (2007). Professional perspectives on sexual sadism. Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers Conference. (San Diego, Calif.).

Office Location: 
Health Professions Building 2 272