Anthony Perillo

  • Anthony Perillo Office

    104 Uhler 

    Office Phone



    Spring 2018  Office Hours

    Monday 10:00–11:15 a.m.

    Tuesday 9:15–10:30 a.m.

    Wednesday 10:00–11:15 a.m.

    Thursday 9:15–10:30 a.m.

    How I Became Interested in Psychology

    As a criminology undergrad, I loved learning about what contributes to harmful behaviors and thinking patterns. Once I decided law school was not the route for me, I lucked out having some great mentors who showed me the different ways psychology can impact mental health and public safety issues simultaneously.

    Areas of Interest

    • Practices in sexual violence prevention
    • Effectiveness and consequences of sexual violence legislation
    • Clinical decision-making in forensic settings

    Current Research

    • Assessment of sexually abusive clergy
    • Effectiveness and efficiency of sexually violent predator commitment
    • Factors in forensic clinician bias

    More information about Dr. Perillo’s research and lab


    PhD, 2014, CUNY Graduate Center: Clinical Psychology

    MPhil, 2012, CUNY Graduate Center: Psychology

    MA, 2010, John Jay College of Criminal Justice: Forensic Psychology

    BA, 2004, University of Florida: Criminology

    Courses Taught


    Abnormal Psychology


    Advanced Psychopathology

    License and Other Credentials

    Licensed Psychologist, North Carolina

    Certified Health Services Provider (Psychologist), North Carolina