In The News

Forensic psychologist Dr. Stephen Reich comments on the dismissed Virginia TV reporter who shot and killed two former colleagues as they were broadcasting live on a morning news show. "Documents: Va. shooting suspect had a history of racial complaints," by Stephen Loiaconi, WJLA, Washington, D.C.
(Read article on the WJLA website.)

Forensic psychologist Dr. Stephen Reich is interviewed about the high-profile case of a 19-year-old man charged with the murder of a mother who had been giving her daughter a driving lesson. "Head Injury to Suspect as Child Could Be Used by Defense," by the Associated Press
(Read article on the website.)

"Community still shaken after P.J.'s murder" from Amsterdam News
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CBS News
(Read CBS News Update on the Jodi Arias Case.)

Dr. Stephen Reich: Hazing Still a Problem Among College Students - CBS News
(Read Article on College Hazing.)

"LES SECRETS DE L'AVENUE SEYMOUR" (on the Cleveland kidnappings) from La Presse (Canada)
(Read French language article on website. Read article via Google Translate)

"'The Angel of Death' and the Hospitals That Put a Serial Killer to Work" from The Daily Beast (Newsweek)
(Read article on website.)

"Details of Newtown gunman's life emerge" from (WABC-TV Eyewitness News, New York, N.Y.)
(Read article on the Eyewitness News website.)

"Convicted Baby-Snatcher Ann Pettway Was Blinded by Selfishness, Doctors Say" from The Daily Beast (Newsweek)
(Read article on website.)

"A Forensic Psychologist's Report In A Sexual Harassment, Hostile Work Environment And Retaliation Case," Stephen Reich, Ph.D. from The Employee Advocate, Summer 2008.
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"Due Process: Lawyer-Turned-Forensic Psychologist Evaluates Victims of Human Rights Abuse." From Communitas: The Newsletter of Fordham University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Vol. III Issue 1.
(Read article on the Fordham website)


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