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Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice; Co-Director of the Violence and Justice Research Lab

Professor Carlos Cuevas’s research interests are in the area of victimization and trauma, sexual violence and sexual offending, family violence, and psychological assessment. Specifically, his work focuses examining victimization among Latinos and how it relates to psychological distress and service utilization, as well as the role cultural factors play on victimization. In addition, he is studying the impact of psychological factors on the revictimization of children and how it helps explain the connection between victimization and delinquency. His most recent National Institute of Justice-funded research will examine the scope and impact of bias crime against Latinos. Other NIJ-funded collaborations include the development of instruments to evaluate bias victimization among youth and teen dating aggression. Professor Cuevas also continues to engage in clinical work, providing assessment and treatment to victims of abuse and trauma as well as sex offenders.

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  • Education

    PhD, Clinical Psychology, California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University

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    421 Churchill Hall
    360 Huntington Avenue
    Boston, MA 02115

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