A forensic psychology researcher for childrens books author is expected in retirement, according to a biography of her on Amazon.
The website biography of Lorna E. Thompson, a psychologist who was named by the National Institute of Justice as the most senior forensic psychologist in the United States in 2018, says Thompson earned a salary of $400,000, but did not provide the source of that salary.
According to the biography, Thompson graduated from Harvard Law School in 1998 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, followed by a master’s in clinical psychology.
She then went on to work for the federal Bureau of Prisons and as a forensic psychologist at the Southern California State Prison.
The biography also says Thompson received her doctorate in clinical neuroscience from the University of Michigan in 2003 and her law degree from Northwestern University Law School.
The biography also said Thompson is expected at some point to retire from her current job.
It said that Thompson was “expected to retire” in 2018.
In October 2017, Thompson was paid $1.7 million by Amazon to work as a research associate for her book, “Forensic Psychology: The Science and Practice of Forensic Psychology,” according to her biography.
She did not return requests for comment.
Thompson’s biography also states she has “earned a bachelor of science degree in clinical psychiatry from Northwestern, her law and clinical neuroscience degrees from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and her bachelor of medicine in forensic psychology from the City University of NY College of Physicians and Surgeons at Buffalo.”