RES-1655 is a co-founder and the director of a research institute in southern California. She has been a research psychologist since 1973. Previously, she was a research assistant at the Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering and a teaching assistant and adult education teacher in local city schools. RES-1655 has written over 100 publications, reports, and articles on topics such as field sobriety testing, fitness-for-duty testing, and alcohol and drug effects on performance, including driving.
Ph.D., Psychology, University of California Irvine
M.A., Psychology, California State University Los Angeles
B.A., Psychology, San Diego State University