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Farzad Zare-Bawani

Dr. Farzad Zare-Bawani

Associate Professor, Department of Psychology


Academic Interests

Forensic Psychology and Criminogenic Needs in severe Cluster B Personality Disorders
Psychological Treatment of Psychosis and Schizophrenia
Insecure Attachment and Internalizing and Externalizing Disorders in Middle and Late Childhood
Aggression, Sexual Perversion, and Compulsivity in Popular Culture and Media

Courses Taught

PSY 311 – Intermediate Statistics
PSY 338 – Personality
PSY 339 – Abnormal Psychology
PSY 341 – Social Psychology
PSY 350 – Corrections and Forensics: Criminal Behaviour
PSY 431 – Psychometric Theory
PSY 435 – Clinical and Counselling Psychology: Theories and Applications
PSY 452 – Forensic Psychological Assessment
PSY 611 – Quantitative Data Analysis (Graduate Studies)
PSY 635 – Advanced Personality Assessment (Graduate Practicum)
PSY 637 – Advanced Intellectual Assessment (Graduate Practicum)
PSY 652 – Advanced Forensic Assessment (Graduate Studies)
PSY 653 – Advanced Forensic Assessment (Graduate Practicum)