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Scott Culhane

Professor & Chair

Criminal Justice

“I greatly enjoy working on research projects with students. I have helped numerous students go on to present their own work at conferences and will continue to do so.” What do you look forward to in your interactions with APSU students?

Ph.D. University of Texas at El Paso

Dr. Culhane is a Tennessee native. His passions are going to concerts, sports, and traveling.

Jury Decision Making, Alibis, Serial Homicide, Police Shootings

  • Allison, M., Jung, S., & Culhane, S. E. (2023). The effect of alibi consistency, timing of disclosure, and presence of physical evidence on mock juror perceptions. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, Online First.
  • Culhane, S. E. (2022). Alibi generation. In J. D. Beal & M. R. Kienzle (Eds.), Alibis and Corroborators. (pp. 21-36). Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-95663-9
  • Culhane, S. E., Walker, S., & Hildebrand, M. M. (2019). Self-reported psychopathy and criminal thinking of serial homicide offenders. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 34, 1-13.
  • Culhane, S. E., & Schweitzer, K. (2018). Police shootings and body cameras: One year post-Ferguson. Policing and Society, 9, 1038-1049.