Paul D. Retzlaff

Professor of Psychological Sciences

  • B.A.: University of Northern Colorado
  • M.A.: University of Montana
  • Ph.D.: University of Montana

Courses Taught:

Testing and Measurement, Abnormal Psychology, Psychometrics, Neuropsychological Assessment

Specialization:

Multivariate Applications in Personality, Psychopathology, Intelligence and Neuropsychology

Recent Publications:

King, R.E., Retzlaff, P., Detwiler, C.A., Schroeder, D.J., and Broach, D. (2003.) Use of personality assessment measures in the selection of Air Traffic Control Specialists. (DOT/FAA/AM-03/20). Washington, DC: FAA Office of Aerospace Medicine.

Retzlaff, P. and Dunn, T. (2003). Clinical use of the MCMI-III. In Groth-Marnat, G. (ed.), Integrative assessment of adult personality (2nd ed.). Guilford Press: New York. Ahlmeyer, S., Kleinsasser, D., Stoner, J., and Retzlaff, P. 2003). Psychopathology of Incarcerated Sex Offenders. Journal of Personality Disorders, 17, 306-317.

Retzlaff, P., King, R.E., Callister, J.D., Orme, D.R., and Marsh, R.W. (2002). The Armstrong Laboratory Aviation Personality Survey (ALAPS): Development, Norming, and Validation. Military Medicine, 167, 1-7.

E-Mail Address:

paul.retzlaff@unco.edu