James Madero

James Madero | Professor

  • California School of Professional Psychology

  • Clinical Psychology (PsyD)
  • San Diego Campus

Research Interests

Projective tests, differential diagnoses, clinical inference, psychological assessment, workplace violence prevention; school violence prevention, threat assessment

Biography

James N. Madero, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at Alliant International University in San Diego, California, and a graduate of the American Psychological Association's Accredited Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology at Catholic University of America, Washington D.C. Dr. Madero teaches courses in Psychopathology, Projective Testing. Clinical Inference, History of Psychology and Violence in America. Dr. Madero's research interests include objective and projective psychological testing and assessment, clinical inference, computer based MMPI-2 interpretation programs, threat assessments, and workplace and campus violence prevention.

Dr. Madero previously taught at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia and has been a Consulting Psychologist at the National Institutes of Health. He has conducted 3000 psychological evaluations and over 1600 threat assessments of potentially violent individuals for private and public sector companies, organizations, school systems and colleges and universities. Dr. Madero is a Licensed Psychologist in California, a member of the American Psychological Association, The Society for Personality Assessment and the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals. He is Past President of the San Diego Chapter of the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals.

Education

  • PhD Catholic University

Courses

  • Violence in America
  • Advanced Research Procedures
  • Advanced Psychodiagnosis
  • Abnormal Psychology
  • Projective Assessment
  • Statistics
  • Personality Assessment
  • Intellectual Assessment
  • History & Systems
  • Personality Theory
  • General Psychology

Publications

2005

Madero, J.N. January 2005. Preventing Workplace Violence: Challenges and Dilemmas.International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2005

Madero, J.N. July 2005. Workplace Violence in the 21st Century: Emerging Trends. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com
Madero, J.N. April 2005. School Violence. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2004

Madero, J.N. October 2004. Deadly Terminations ... and How To Avoid Them. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2004

Madero, J.N. January 2004. The Mental Health Provider and Workplace Violence Prevention. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2004

Madero, J.N. June 2004. Pre-employment Screening and Workplace Violence Prevention. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2004

Madero, J.N. March 2004. Domestic Violence in the Workplace: A Continuing Danger. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2003

Madero, J.N. September 2003. A Workplace Violence Prevention Program-An Investment with a Great Yield. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2003

Madero, J.N. July 2003. How to Avoid Homicide in the Workplace. International Risk Management Institute Web Site: www.irmi.com

2005

Howe, M.A., Madero, J.N., & Sondoozi, T. 2005. Preventing Workplace Violence: A Decision Makers Guide. San Diego: Alliant Press.

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Madero, J.N. & Schanowitz. An Overview of Workplace and School Violence Prevention. In R. Geffner (Ed.). Aggression in Organizations: Violence, Abuse, and Harassment at Work and in Schools (pp 13-22). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Maltreatment and Trauma Press.

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Howe, M.A., & Madero, J.N. In Press. Preventing School Violence: A Decision Makers Guide. San Diego: Alliant Press

Alliant International University