Personal Information

California School of Professional Psychology

Clinical Psychology

Los Angeles Campus

Program Director

Associate Professor

Alliant International University Los Angeles
1000 South Fremont Ave, unit #5
Alhambra CA 91803

626-270-3385

Courses, Research Interests, Publications

Psychological Assessment (USC)

Research Design (Hong Kong University)

Community Psychology (Hong Kong University)

Health Psychology (Hong Kong University)

Psychopathology (Hong Kong University)

Clinical Interviewing (USC)

Factors influencing ethical behavior among professionals; integrity testing in employee selection; assessment of thought disorder; the enhancement of cognitive therapy training using formal training in logic

Gore, R., and Earleywine, M. (2006). Marijuana's perceived addictiveness: a survey of clinicians and researchers. In Pot Politics: Marijuana and the Cost of Prohibition, edited by Mitchell Earleywine. Oxford University Press.

Schneider, D.C., Gandhi, S., Gore, L.R., Heger, A.H. (2001). Medical support of adult protective services: A survey of APS workers in Los Angeles County. Gerontologist, 41 (Sp. Iss. 1). p. 335. Published abstract.

Woods, W.J., Binson, D., Mayne, T.J., Gore, L.R., and Rebchook, G.M. (2001). Facilities and HIV prevention in bathhouse and sex club environments. Journal of Sex Research, 38 (1), 68-74.

Woods, W.J., Binson, D., Mayne, T.J., Gore, L.R., and Rebchook, G. (2000). HIV/STD education and prevention in U.S. sex environments. AIDS, 14 (5), 625-626.

Yaffe, K., Blackwell, T., Gore, L.R., Sands, L., Reus, V., and Browner, W. (1999). Depressive symptoms and cognitive decline in nondemented elderly women: a prospective study. Archives of General Psychiatry, 56 (5), 425-430.

Higgins, J., Gore, R., Gutkind, D., Mednick, S.A., Parnas, J., Schulsinger, F., and Cannon, T.D. (1997). Effects of child-rearing by schizophrenic mothers: a 25-year follow-up. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 96, 402-404.

Gore, L.R. (2009, September). Using functional assessment and internet-based tracking in a complex case. University of Southern California Clinical Science Program, Brown Bag Lunch Series.

Gore, L.R. (2009, September). How good therapists do bad things: A social cognitive model for understanding professional ethical behavior. Veterans Affairs Medical Center Inservice Training Series, Los Angeles, California.

Chiasson, J., and Gore, L.R. (2008, July). Bullies, bystanders, and targets: strategies for school based intervention. Los Angeles County Department of Education CE for School Psychologists.

Chiasson, J., and Gore, L.R. (2007, November). Working with gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender youth and their families. Los Angeles County Department of Education CE for School Psychologists.

Gore, L.R. (2006, April). What cognitive therapists can learn from cognitive science. Cognitive Behavior Associates CE for Clinical Psychologists, Beverly Hills, California.

Gore, L.R. (2004, April). You can be too rich and too thin: Why wealth + beauty < happiness. Parkside Residential College, USC Residential Life Faculty Fellow Lecture.

Gore, L.R. (2003, February). Physical attractiveness: a two-edged sword. USC Residential Life Faculty Fellow Lecture.

Gore, L.R. (2003, September). Guidelines for mandated reporters of abuse, neglect, and self-neglect: Ethical and clinical considerations. USC Department of Psychology, Continuing Education for Clinical Psychologists.

Gore, L.R. (2003, November). Seven psychotherapy secrets your shrink will never tell. Parkside Residential College, USC Residential Life Faculty Fellow Lecture.

Gore, L.R. (2003, October). Profiting from cross-cultural contact. USC Residential Life Faculty Fellow Lecture.

Gore, L.R. (2002, October). How to keep a winning spirit all the time. USC Residential Life Faculty Fellow Lecture.

Gore, L.R. (2002, December). Guidelines for mandated reporters of abuse, neglect, and self-neglect: Ethical and clinical considerations. Keck School of Medicine, USC, Department of Psychiatry.

Gore, L.R. (2001, October). Elder Abuse and Neglect: Clinical and Reporting Issues. Antioch University

Academic History and Background

Ph.D., Psychology (Clinical), University of Southern California, 1997

B.A., Psychology, University of Texas at Austin, 1989

Licensed Psychologist, State of California, 2000

Member, American Psychological Association

Professional Practice and Community Service

Contributor, PsycCritiques

Psychological testing (assessment of ADHD)

Test development consulting (personnel selection; validation and adverse impact analysis)

Media consulting, Hollywood, Health, and Society