Max Guyll is an associate professor of psychology in the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences. His research focuses on criminal interrogations, false confessions, and suspect decision making under stress. In particular, he examines the psychological processes associated with various interrogation tactics and how they influence suspects’ cognitive, emotional, physiologic and behavioral reactions, including the decision of whether or not to confess to a crime. He also investigates the validity of forensic techniques and forensic laboratory procedures.
PhD, Clinical Psychology, Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey
MS, Psychology, Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey