Violent Mind: The 1976 Psychological Assessment of Ted Bundy

Violent Mind: The 1976 Psychological Assessment of Ted Bundy

by Al Carlisle


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780998297378
Publisher: Genius Book Company
Publication date: 09/21/2017
Series: Development of the Violent Mind , #3
Pages: 260
Sales rank: 604,588
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Al Carlisle, born and raised in Utah, got his BS and MS from Utah State University and his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Brigham Young University. The majority of his career has been as a psychologist at the Utah State Prison from which he retired as the head of the Psychology Department in 1989. He was a consultant for the Salt Lake Rape Crisis Center for several years and he has conducted workshops on serial homicide and other crime topics. He has done extensive research on serial killers and has interviewed the Hi Fi killers, Arthur Gary Bishop, Westley Allan Dodd, Keith Jesperson, Ted Bundy and many others. He currently resides in Price, Utah.

Table of Contents

Chapter One: The 90-Day Diagnostic and Evaluation Unit 1

Chapter Two: The Psychology of the Crime 9

Chapter Three: What is a Psychological Assessment? 15

Chapter Four: The TWIST Assessment 20

Chapter Five: Ted’s Early Childhood 28

Chapter Six: Ted’s Teenage Years 43

Chapter Seven: Two Concerns 49

Chapter Eight: College 55

Chapter Nine: Marjorie and the University of Washington 57

Chapter Ten: A Conversation with Sybil Ferris 62

Chapter Eleven: A Conversation with Marjorie 70

Chapter Twelve: Ted’s First Trip to Philadelphia 79

Chapter Thirteen: Liz Kendall and the Fall of 1969 84

Chapter Fourteen: Graduation from College and Seattle Harborview Hospital 88

Chapter Fifteen: Kimberly 91

Chapter Sixteen: Confirmation of Ted’s Violent Personality 96

Chapter Seventeen: Fall of 1972 101

Chapter Eighteen: The Return of Marjorie 105

Chapter Nineteen: Spring 1974; End of UPS 112

Chapter Twenty: The Salt Lake Period 118

Chapter Twenty-One: Finding Religion 123

Chapter Twenty-Two: Thematic Apperception Test 128

Chapter Twenty-Three: Putting It All Together 145

Chapter Twenty-Four: Summary of the Findings 151

Chapter Twenty-Five: Compartmentalization 167

Chapter Twenty-Six: Aftermath 173

Chapter Twenty-Seven: Epilogue 178

Appendix I: A Conversation with Ted 186

Appendix II: A Letter from Ted 196

Appendix III: An Interview with Dan Clark 213

Appendix IV: The Divided Self 226

References 250

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