Katherine Ramsland

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Katherine Ramsland
Born Michigan
Occupation Crime writer, full professor
Nationality American
Genre Non-fiction
Subject True crime, supernatural
Notable works Confession of a Serial Killer, The Human Predator, The Mind of a Murderer
Website
www.katherineramsland.com

Katherine Ramsland is an American non-fiction author and professor of forensic psychology. Ramsland has written 60 books and more than 1,000 articles, mostly in the genres of crime, forensic science, and the supernatural.

Education[edit]

She holds a Ph.D in philosophy from Rutgers University, as well as graduate degrees in clinical psychology, forensic psychology and criminal justice.

Career[edit]

She has written on the subjects of serial killers, CSI, vampires, forensic science, mass murder, sex offenders and ghosts, and was a regular contributor to Crime Library.[1]

She directs the master's program in criminal justice and teaches forensic psychology at DeSales University. She has also worked as a therapist and she taught philosophy at Rutgers University.

She has appeared on most of the major TV networks and in The New York Times. She writes a blog, "Shadow Boxing," for Psychology Today.

Awards[edit]

Her book Into the Devil's Den, co-authored with Dave Hall and Tym Burkey, was named New Mexico Book of the Year in 2008.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Katherine Ramsland". Crime Library. Archived from the original on 2008-05-09. Retrieved 2007-08-21. 
  2. ^ 2008-2009, Announcement Two

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