Richard Wiebe

PROFESSOR
Behavioral Sciences School of Arts and Sciences
Richard Wiebe, PhD, Criminal Justice, Behavioral Sciences
978.665.3356 Office: McKay Complex 238
Office Hours
Fall 2020

TBA

Courses Taught

Introduction to Criminal Justice (CJ 1000)
Criminal Justice Research Methods (CJ 2130)
Juvenile Justice (CJ 2600)
Ethics in Criminal Justice (CJ 2651)
Domestic Terrorism and Hate Crime (CJ 3000)
Organized Crime and Youth Gangs (CJ 3100)
Criminal Justice Data Analysis (CJ 3140)
White Collar and Corporate Crime (CJ 3200)
Psychology of Crime (CJ 3242)
Crime & Delinquency Prevention (CJ 3250)
Colloquium (CJ 4100)
Program Evaluation
Crime in the Media

Background

Ph.D., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1998
M.A., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1997
J.D., University of Buffalo, 1983
B.A., State University of New York Binghamton (Psychology), 1978

Crime & personality
Psychopathy
Self-control
Person-environment interactions
Adolescent risk behaviors
Future uncertainty
Child maltreatment

Genetic and environmental risk factors for low self-control
Self-narrative, self-identity, and college performance
Facilitating synergy: The heart of criminal justice

Ph.D., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1998
M.A., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1997
J.D., University of Buffalo, 1983
B.A., State University of New York Binghamton (Psychology), 1978

Ph.D., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1998
M.A., University of Arizona (Psychology), 1997
J.D., University of Buffalo, 1983
B.A., State University of New York Binghamton (Psychology), 1978