Psychology & Counseling
Bradley Green, Ph.D.
Title: Professor of Psychology
Department: Psychology & Counseling
Building: HPR 227
- Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, Texas A&M University (December 2003)
- Pre-doctoral Internship, Eastern Virginia Medical School (June 2003)
- M.S. Clinical Psychology, Texas A&M University (December 1999
- B.S. Psychology, University of Houston (May 1994)
Professional & Research Interests:
My research examines the latent structure of psychological constructs, accurate measurement of those constructs, and the multivariate relationships among them. More specifically, I am interested in the measurement of personality and psychopathology, particularly as assessed by the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory family of measures. I have worked extensively on the development and validation of instruments intended to screen for hypersexual problems, or sexual addiction, and to further measure the specific patterns of expression of problematic hypersexual behavior. I have recently been collaborating across disciplines to examine the relationships among genetic factors, psychopathology factors (e.g. personality traits, anxiety, depression, thought disturbance), and the risk for developing problematic hypersexual behaviors, as well as the degree to which genetic and psychopathology factors relate to specific patterns of expressing hypersexuality. I have also been fortunate to contribute to research on factors related to suicide in military personnel.
Courses Taught at UT Tyler:
- PSYC 5396 - Supervised Practicum in Psychology
- PSYC 5397 - Advanced Supervision Practicum in Psychology
- PSYC 6301 - Advanced Tests and Measurement