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Dr. Dustin B. Wygant

Dr. Dustin B. Wygant
  • Dir of Clinical Training
  • Ph.D., Clinical Psychology (2007), Kent State University
  • M.A., Clinical Psychology (2004), Kent State University
  • B.A., Psychology (2001), Miami University


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Dr. Dustin Wygant is a Professor of Psychology and is the Director of Clinical Training for the doctoral program in clinical psychology. His research interests include the assessment and conceptualization of psychopathy, particularly in terms of the DSM-5 Section III trait model of personality disorders.  He is also interested in the assessment of malingering of psychological symptoms in forensic psychological evaluations and the utility of psychological testing (primarily with the MMPI-2-RF) in forensic, correctional, and medical settings. Aside from his academic position, Dr. Wygant is a licensed clinical psychologist and regularly consults with attorneys and judges on forensic assessments for the court on matters such as competency to stand trial, criminal responsibility, and risk for violence.


  • 2018 Board Certified in Assessment Psychology, American Board of Assessment Psychology
  • 2015 Fellow, Society for Personality Assessment
  • 2015 Samuel J. and Anne G. Beck Early Career Award. Society for Personality Assessment
  • 2014 Ruric and Mary Roark Distinguished Lecture (Reflections on Psychopathy: Elucidating the Criminal Mind and Personality), College of Arts & Sciences, Eastern Kentucky University
  • 2011 Outstanding Undergraduate Mentor Award, Kentucky Psychological Association Foundation
  • 2010 John E. Exner Scholar Award, Society for Personality Assessment

Professional Interests

Psychopathy, MMPI-2-RF, Forensic psychology, Malingering.


Awards, Recognitions and Publications


Subject  TitleDatesLocationTerm
GRD 899Continuing Enrollment   Fall 2019
PSY 566Forensic PsychologyW 8:15am-11:00am Combs Building 322Fall 2019
PSY 766Forensic PsychologyW 8:15am-11:00am Combs Building 322Fall 2019
PSY 841PsychopathologyMW 3:30pm-4:45pm Roark Building 004Fall 2019
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