Dr. Turner has been sought out by the media for his opinion on various cases and general matters of clinical and forensic psychology. The following are samples of radio, television, and print media in which Dr. Turner has appeared as an expert.
Dr. Turner appears on ‘Dr. Drew Midday Live’ to discuss psychopathy.
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Dr. Turner is interviewed by Deborah Duncan from Great Day Houston about psychopathy and serial murders on the 30th anniversary of Ted Bundy’s execution.
Dr. Turner is featured in the article 7 Phrases Sociopaths Are Likely To Use On The People They Love on Bustle.com.
Dr. Turner is featured as an expert in the article Washington cat killer could evolve into region’s next serial killer on mynothwest.com
Dr. Turner discusses Ted Bundy on the 30th anniversary of his execution on The Bill and Wendy Show on wgnradio.com
Dr. Turner discusses the plea of “not guilty by reason of insanity” both historically and in the context of a high-profile local case.
Dr. Turner addresses common misconceptions about crime and forensic psychology in entertainment media on insider.com.
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Dr. Turner is interviewed by Deborah Duncan from Great Day Houston about how to spot a psychopath.
Dr. Turner is featured as an expert in the article Are Sociopaths Capable of Love on health.com
Dr. Turner is featured as an expert in the article Sociopath vs. Narcissist: Experts Explain the Difference on health.com.
In the article 7 Signs Your Mom May Have A Personality Disorder, According To Experts, Dr. Turner discusses genetic and generational aspects of personality disorders and their effect on parenting.
In the wake of Netflix’s new film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile which details the crimes of serial killer Ted Bundy, Dr. Turner is featured in Ted Bundy Worked At A Suicide Hotline—Here's Why, According To A Forensic Psychologist on womenshealthmag.com.
Aetv.com features Dr. Turner in its article titled Chris Watts, David Berkowitz and Other Infamous Killers Who Found God in Prison.
Dr. Turner discusses billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein, and grooming of victims to commit sexual acts and recruit additional victims.
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Dr. Turner and Deborah Duncan, from Great Day Houston, discuss warning signs to look out for if you think your significant other might be a psychopath.
Dr. Turner is featured as an expert in the article Ex-nurse Niels Högel was convicted of killing 85 people. Here's why experts say 'angels of death' do it.. on insider.com
Dr. Turner once again discusses the Jeffrey Epstein case in an article titled What Do Sexual Predators Look For When Grooming Victims? Someone To 'Succumb To Their Manipulations on oxygen.com.