A THREAD OF EVIDENCE

A THREAD OF EVIDENCE


Latest Episodes

June 24, 2019

How do the dynamics of psychophysiology and human factors affect officers during high-stress incidents such as officer-involved shootings? Why can’t we remember things accurately? Why do officers see things and testify differently than what might be re...

June 07, 2019

Workplace violence is now the fourth leading cause of workplace deaths and in the corporate world⏤deaths are second only to transportation. OSHA statistics document that every year millions of American workers report having been victims of workplace vi...

June 02, 2019

Ted Bundy and Edwin Kemper were famous serial killers and Charles Manson was a mass murderer; but were they psychopaths or sociopaths? What is a “psychopath” and what causes psychopathy? Are there “red flag” behaviors in children and adolescents that w...

May 02, 2019

Jim Jones and the People’s Temple, David Koresh and the Branch Dividians, The Heaven’s Gate Cult, the Bagwan Rashnish, Nexium, Adolph Hitler and the Storm SS. What are cults? Who forms them and why? Why would someone to join a cult and how dangerous ar...

April 26, 2019

While most of us are familiar with the word “stalking,” there are a lot of myths and misconceptions about what it is and who it affects. It’s surprisingly common; 7.5 million Americans, 75% of them women, are subjected to unwanted or repeated surveilla...

April 19, 2019

Police-induced false confessions are among the leading causes of wrongful convictions and since the late 1980s, six studies alone have documented approximately 250 interrogation-induced false confessions. Police-induced false confessions occur primaril...

April 06, 2019

“He must have been insane to have committed that crime.” But are they really “insane?” DrRon and forensic psychologist Dr. Joni Johnston probe the legal meaning of “insanity,” discuss the basic psychosis and then have a commonsense,

March 15, 2019

There were 458 workplace violence homicides in the U.S. in 2017. Seventy-five percent of all workplace homicides were committed by armed assailants. DrRon and his special guest expert board certified forensic psychologist Dr.

February 25, 2019

The news is full of stories about people making accusations against others and false reports of sexual assaults and hate crimes. How do investigators determine who is truthful and who is not? DrRon interviews forensic interviewer,

February 15, 2019

The investigation of allegations of sexual assault, especially when those claims come many years later is a challenge for sexual assault investigators. DrRon and Dr. Joni Johnston discuss the issues of why people report that they have been assaulted ye...