TEXAS STATE VITA. Degree Year University Major Thesis/Dissertation PHD 2015 City University of New York

Save this PDF as:
Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "TEXAS STATE VITA. Degree Year University Major Thesis/Dissertation PHD 2015 City University of New York"

Transcription

1 TEXAS STATE VITA I. Academic/Professional Background A. Name: Dr. Angela M. Jones (formerly Yarbrough) Title: Assistant Professor B. Educational Background Degree Year University Major Thesis/Dissertation PHD 2015 City University of New York Psychology Sensitizing Jurors to Factors Influencing the Accuracy of Eyewitness Identification: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Henderson MPHIL 2014 City University of New York MA 2007 University of South Florida BS 2005 University of Central Florida C. University Experience Page 1 of 9 Psychology Criminology Criminal Justice Position University Dates Assistant Professor, School Texas State University Present of Criminal Justice Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Psychology Department Barnard College, Columbia University Research Assistant, Psychology Department Research Assistant, Psychology Department Graduate Assistant, Criminology Department D. Relevant Professional Experience John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York University of South Florida University of South Florida Instructions Do Demonstratives Increase the Effectiveness of the Opposing Expert Safeguard against Unreliable Scientific Evidence?

2 Position Entity Dates Trial Consulting Trial Consultant Trial Practices, Inc Juvenile Diversion Program Coordinator Boy Scouts of America II. TEACHING B. Courses Taught: Texas State University: CJ RESRCH IN CRIM JST CJ CRIME THEORY & VIC John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York: Introductory Psychology Research Methods Recitation Social Psychology University of South Florida: Forensic Psychology III. SCHOLARLY/CREATIVE A. Works in Print (including works accepted, forthcoming, in press): 2. Articles: a. Refereed Journal Articles: Jones, A. M., Brimbal, L. (2017). Ethics in Interviews and Interrogations: Identifying Individual Differences in Public Perceptions. Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling. doi: /jiop.1476 Jones, A. M., Bergold, A.S., Dillon, M., Penrod, S. (2017). Sensitizing jurors to factors influencing the accuracy of eyewitness identification: Assessing the effectiveness of the Henderson instructions. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 13, doi: /s Page 2 of 9

3 Dillon, M., Jones, A. M., Bergold, A.S., Hui, C., Penrod, S. (2017). Henderson instructions: Do they enhance evidence evaluation? Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 17, doi: / Jones, A. M., Penrod, S. D. (2016). Can expert testimony sensitize jurors to coercive interrogation tactics? Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 16(5), doi: / Cochran, J.K., Jones, S., Jones, A. M., Sellers, C.S. (2016). Does criminal propensity moderate the effects of social learning theory variables on intimate partner violence? Deviant Behavior, 37(9), doi: / Jones, A. M., Kovera, M. (2015). A demonstrative helps opposing expert testimony sensitize jurors to the validity of scientific evidence. Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice, 15, doi: / Jones, A. M., Jones, S., Penrod, S. (2015). Examining legal authoritarianism in the impact of punishment severity on juror decisions. Psychology, Crime, & Law, 21, doi: / X Jones, A. M., Jones, S., Sullivan, C., Sellers, C., Cochran, J. (2012). Social learning and self-control: Assessing the moderating potential of criminal propensity. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 56, doi: / x Ruva, C., Guenther, C., Yarbrough, A. M. (2011). Positive and negative pretrial publicity: The roles of impression formation, emotion, and predecisional distortion. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 38, doi: / Reports: Jones, A. M., Heuer, L., Penrod, S. (2016). The responsibility of judges to assure due process: Tension among neutrality, rights protection, and role. National Science Foundation Annual Report. Bergold, A.S., Jones, A. M., Dillion, M., Penrod, S. (2015). Issue-specific jury instructions in eyewitness cases: Are they more effective than traditional safeguards? National Science Foundation Final Report. 10. Other Works in Print: Encyclopedia Entries: Jones, A. M. (2016). Female jury membership. The Encyclopedia of Women and Crime. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. Page 3 of 9

4 Guest posts: Newsletters: B. Works Not in Print: Jones, A. M. (2015). Eyewitness testimony. In The Encyclopedia of Crime and Punishment (pp. 1-5). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. doi: / wbecpx263 Yarbrough, A. (2014). Eyewitness misidentification. In African Americans and Criminal Justice: An Encyclopedia (pp ). New York: Greenwood Publishers. Nicholson, A. S., Yarbrough, A., Penrod, S. D. (2014). Jury decision making and eyewitness testimony. In Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice (pp ). New York: Springer. doi: / _670 Toomey, J., Yarbrough, A. (2011). Studying forensic psychology in the U.S.. European Association of Psychology and Law (EAPL). Yarbrough, A., Nicholson, A. S. (2012). Significant eyewitness cases and the shifting focus of the courts. American Psychology and Law Society Newsletter Legal Update Column. 1. Papers Presented at Professional Meetings: Jones, A. M., Heuer, L., Penrod, S., American Psychology-Law Society, "Does Good (Bad) Behavior Deserve Good (Bad) Treatment? A Test of the Justice Matching Hypothesis.," American Psychology-Law Society, Seattle, WA, United States. (March 2017). Jones, A. M., Heuer, L., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the European Association of Psychology and Law, "The responsibility of judges to assure due process: Assessing antecedents of procedural and distributive justice in New York City Housing Court.," Toulouse, France. (July 2016). Jones, A. M., Bergold, A.S., Berman, M., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Sensitizing jurors to factors influencing the accuracy of eyewitness identification: Assessing the effectiveness of the Henderson instructions," San Diego, CA. (March 2015). Yarbrough, A., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Can expert testimony sensitize jurors to the coerciveness of interrogation tactics?," New Orleans, LA. (March 2014). Page 4 of 9

5 Page 5 of 9 Berman, M., Yarbrough, A., Nicholson, A.S., Hui, C., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Do issue-specific judicial instructions sensitize jurors to eyewitness identification accuracy?," New Orleans, LA. (March 2014). Nicholson, A.S., Yarbrough, A., Berman, M., Hui, C., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Helping jurors understand eyewitness identifications: Deliberations and judicial instructions," New Orleans, LA. (March 2014). Yarbrough, A., Kovera, M., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Do demonstratives improve the procedural safeguard of opposing expert testimony?," Portland, OR. (March 2013). Yarbrough, A., Nicholson, A., Penrod, S., Tenth Biennial International Conference, "Significant eyewitness cases and the shifting focus of the courts," New York, NY. (June 2012). Ruva, C., Guenther, C., Yarbrough, A., Annual meeting of the American Psychology- Law Society, "Deciphering the effects of positive and negative PTP: Examining the roles of impression formation, emotion and predecisional distortion," Vancouver, Canada. (March 2010). Yarbrough, A., Jones, S., Sellers, C., Cochran, J., Sullivan, C., Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, "The conditional influence of criminological constructs on juvenile delinquency: An examination of the moderating effects of selfcontrol," Atlanta, GA. (November 2007). 5. Other Works not in Print: a. Works "submitted" or "under review": Journal Articles: Jones, A. M., Penrod, S. Improving the Effectiveness of the Henderson Instruction Safeguard against Unreliable Eyewitness Identification. Jones, A. M., Heuer, L., Penrod, S. The responsibility of judges to assure due process: Assessing antecedents of procedural and distributive justice in New York City Housing Court. Jones, A. M., Penrod, S. Research-Based Instructions Induce Sensitivity to Confession Evidence. Brimbal, L., Jones, A. M. Perceptions of Suspect Statements: A Comparison of Exposed Lies and Confessions. b. Works "in progress": Journal Articles:

6 Perillo, J., Jones, A. M., Kovera, M. Can concurrent expert testimony increase the use of systematic processing and sensitivity to trial evidence strength among jurors? Bergold, A.S., Dillon, M., Jones, A. M., Penrod, S. Can the Henderson eyewitness instructions improve jury deliberations? Jones, A. M., Heuer, L., Penrod, S. Does Good (Bad) Behavior Deserve Good (Bad) Treatment? A Test of the Justice Matching Hypothesis. Jones, A. M., Duron, A., Jones, S. E. Is procedural justice dependent on perspective? An examination of role and satisfaction in civil trials. c. Other Works Not in Print: Posters: Jones, A. M., Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, "Who Do You Believe? Assessing Jurors Differential Perceptions of Victim and Bystander Witnesses.," New Orleans, LA, United States. (November 2016). Brimbal, L., Jones, A. M., Annual meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, "Ethics in interviews and interrogations: Identifying individual differences in public perceptions," New York, NY. (March 2016). Jones, A. M., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, "Jurors compliance and Henderson style judicial instructions influence evaluations of confession evidence," New York, NY. (May 2015). Brimbal, L., Berman, M., Jones, A. M., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Jurors perceptions of incriminating statements: How useful can an investigative interview be in court?," San Diego, CA. (March 2015). Hui, C., Yarbrough, A., Berman, M., Nicholson, A. S., Penrod, S., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Intuitive or informed decision makers? The impact of probative value of evidence on coherencebased reasoning in juror decision making," New Orleans, LA. (March 2014). Berman, M., Nicholson, A., Yarbrough, A., Hui, C., Penrod, S., Bi-annual meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, "Issue-specific judicial instructions and expert testimony in eyewitness cases," Rotterdam, Netherlands. (June 2013). Page 6 of 9

7 Yarbrough, A., Jones, S., Annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, "Is procedural justice dependent on perspective? An examination of role and satisfaction in civil trials," Miami, FL. (March 2011). Yarbrough, A., Sullivan, C., Annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology, "Family violence and adolescent delinquency: examining the relationship between witnessing family violence in childhood and antisocial behavior," Los Angeles, CA. (November 2006). C. Scholarly / Creative Grants and Contracts: 1. Funded External Grants and Contracts: Jones, Angela Marie. Extralegal factors in juror decision making, Qualtrics Behavioral Research Grant, $3, (Funded: ). Grant. 2. Submitted, but not Funded, External Grants and Contracts: Jones, Angela Marie. Disentangling lineup fairness and filler similarity: Implications for lineup constructor strategies., American Psychology-Law Society, Other, $5, (Submitted: October 10, 2016). Grant. 3. Funded Internal Grants and Contracts: Jones, Angela Marie. Improving the Effectiveness of the Henderson Instruction Safeguard against Unreliable Eyewitness Identification, Graduate Center, City University of New York, $1, (Funded: ). Grant. Jones, Angela Marie, Brimbal, Laure (Co-Principal). Jurors' Perceptions of Incriminating Statements: How Useful Can an Investigative Interview Be in Court?, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York, $2, (Funded: ). Grant. 4. Submitted, but not Funded, Internal Grants and Contracts: Jones, Angela Marie, Perkins, David. An Exploratory Study of Plea Bargaining Practices in Texas, Texas State University, Texas State University, $16, (Submitted: October 9, 2016). Grant. D. Scholarly / Creative Fellowships, Awards, Honors: Award / Honor Recipient: American Psychology-Law Society Outstanding Student Paper Award, American Psychology-Law Society Award / Honor Recipient: American Society of Criminology Division of Experimental Criminology Student Paper Award, American Society of Criminology Division of Experimental Criminology Page 7 of 9

8 Fellowship Recipient: Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate Center, City University of New York E. Scholarly / Creative Professional Development Activities Attended: "Mediation and Moderation Seminar," Statistical Horizons, Philadelphia, PA. (September 2014). IV. SERVICE A. Institutional 3. Department/School: B. Professional: Member, Non voting member of personnel committee. (August Present). Organizer, SONA coordinator. (August Present). Secretary, Record minutes for all faculty meetings. (August Present). Reviewer / Referee, Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. ( Present). Reviewer / Referee, Journal of Experimental Criminology. ( Present). Reviewer / Referee, Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies & Management. ( Present). Reviewer / Referee, Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. ( Present). Reviewer / Referee, Law & Society Review. ( Present). Reviewer / Referee, National Science Foundation. ( Present). Ad hoc reviewer, APLS annual conference, Seattle, WA. (2017). Ad hoc reviewer, APLS annual conference, San Diego, CA. (2015). Member, Law and Human Behavior student editorial board. ( ). Ad hoc reviewer, APLS annual conference, Portland, OR. (2013). D. Organization Memberships: Association for Psychological Science. ( ). The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. ( ). Page 8 of 9

9 American Psychology-Law Society. ( Present). American Society of Criminology. ( Present). Page 9 of 9

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE School of Criminal Justice Texas State University San Marcos, TX 78666 angela.jones@txstate.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. Graduate Center, CUNY (2015) Major Program: Psychology Dissertation: Sensitizing Jurors to

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE CHRISTINE L. RUVA, PH.D. CONTACT INFORMATION 8350 N. Tamiami Trail, SMC, Room C263 (941) (office)

CURRICULUM VITAE CHRISTINE L. RUVA, PH.D. CONTACT INFORMATION 8350 N. Tamiami Trail, SMC, Room C263 (941) (office) CURRICULUM VITAE CHRISTINE L. RUVA, PH.D. Christine L. Ruva CONTACT INFORMATION 8350 N. Tamiami Trail, SMC, Room C263 (941) 359-4629 (office) Sarasota, Florida 34243 (941) 359-4735 (Fax) Homepage: http://luna.cas.usf.edu/~ruva/index.htm

More information

Iris Blandón-Gitlin, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology

Iris Blandón-Gitlin, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology Associate Professor of Psychology California State University, Fullerton Psychology Department Office (657) 278-3496 E-Mail: iblandon-gitlin@fullerton.edu Education Ph.D. August 2005, Claremont Graduate

More information

Drexel Psychology 3141 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA August, 2013

Drexel Psychology 3141 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA August, 2013 MICHAEL E. KEESLER Drexel Psychology 3141 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 mkeesler@gmail.com August, 2013 EDUCATION In Progress Ph.D. Drexel University, Clinical Psychology (defended; exp. graduation

More information

Research on jury instructions An experimental test of the novel NJ instruction

Research on jury instructions An experimental test of the novel NJ instruction Research on jury instructions An experimental test of the novel NJ instruction Nat. Acad. Comm. On Eyewitness ID December 3, 2013 David V. Yokum, J.D., M.A., M.A. Ph.D. Candidate dyokum@email.arizona.edu

More information

DAWN E. MCQUISTON, PH.D. CURRICULUM VITAE

DAWN E. MCQUISTON, PH.D. CURRICULUM VITAE DAWN E. MCQUISTON, PH.D. CURRICULUM VITAE CONTACT INFORMATION El Paso, Texas 79968 Telephone: (915) 747-8997 Fax: (915) 747-6553 Email: dmcquist@utep.edu Webpage: http://eyewitness.utep.edu EDUCATION Ph.D.

More information

Sensitizing Jurors to Factors Influencing the Accuracy of Eyewitness Identification: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Henderson Instructions

Sensitizing Jurors to Factors Influencing the Accuracy of Eyewitness Identification: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Henderson Instructions Sensitizing Jurors to Factors Influencing the Accuracy of Eyewitness Identification: Assessing the Effectiveness of the Henderson Instructions Angela M. Jones Amanda N. Bergold Marlee Kind Berman Steven

More information

Caitlyn Meade Muniz B.A. Criminology (magna cum laude), West Virginia University Minor, Communication Studies. University of South Florida

Caitlyn Meade Muniz B.A. Criminology (magna cum laude), West Virginia University Minor, Communication Studies. University of South Florida Caitlyn Meade Muniz Department of Criminology SOC 310 4202 East Fowler Avenue Tampa, FL 33620 Email: cnm1@mail.usf.edu EDUCATION 2019 Ph.D. Criminology (expected) Dissertation: Sexual Assault and Robbery

More information

Caitlyn Meade Muniz B.A. Criminology (magna cum laude), West Virginia University Minor, Communication Studies. University of South Florida

Caitlyn Meade Muniz B.A. Criminology (magna cum laude), West Virginia University Minor, Communication Studies. University of South Florida Caitlyn Meade Muniz Department of Criminology SOC 310 4202 East Fowler Avenue Tampa, FL 33620 Email: cnm1@mail.usf.edu EDUCATION 2019 Ph.D. Criminology (expected) Dissertation: Sexual Assault and Robbery

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Maria Tcherni

CURRICULUM VITAE. Maria Tcherni CURRICULUM VITAE Maria Tcherni Work address: University at Albany, SUNY 135 Western Ave, Albany NY 12222 Home address: 2351 Algonquin Rd Niskayuna, NY 12309 Cell: (518) 366-1013 Email: tcherni@gmail.com

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE OF LIANA C. PETER-HAGENE, Ph.D.

CURRICULUM VITAE OF LIANA C. PETER-HAGENE, Ph.D. Updated 10.03.2017 CURRICULUM VITAE OF LIANA C. PETER-HAGENE, Ph.D. I. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION AND CONTACT INFORMATION A. Present University Position Assistant Professor Applied Psychology Program Department

More information

Jennifer L. Rockett, Ph.D. (Gorham)

Jennifer L. Rockett, Ph.D. (Gorham) Curriculum Vita (Gorham) Licensed Forensic and Clinical Psychologist at Nexus Psychology, PLLC (a parent company of, PLLC) 3201 University Drive East, Suite 200 Bryan, TX 77802 drjenniferrockett@gmail.com

More information

Curriculum Vita Kimberley A. McClure, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vita Kimberley A. McClure, Ph.D. (Revised: 8-30-04) Curriculum Vita Kimberley A. McClure, Ph.D. Address Information Business Address: E-Mail: KA - McClure@wiu.edu 1 University Circle Waggoner Hall 100 Phone: Macomb, IL 61455 (309) 298-1259

More information

Rachel Honor Jensen Curriculum Vitae

Rachel Honor Jensen Curriculum Vitae 1 P a g e Rachel Honor Jensen Curriculum Vitae Permanent Address jensen.rachel@comcast.net rjensen5@masonlive.gmu.edu Education Current George Mason University, Fairfax, VA Doctorate of Philosophy in Criminology,

More information

STACEY J. BOSICK. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2017-present Director of Graduate Studies University of Colorado Denver, Department of Sociology

STACEY J. BOSICK. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2017-present Director of Graduate Studies University of Colorado Denver, Department of Sociology STACEY J. BOSICK Department of Sociology (o) 303.315.2141 University of Colorado Denver (f) 303.325.2149 1380 Lawrence Street, Suite 420 stacey.bosick@ucdenver.edu Denver, CO 80204 EDUCATION 2009 Ph.D.

More information

Laurin S. Parker. Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Delaware State University Dover, DE

Laurin S. Parker. Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Delaware State University Dover, DE Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice Delaware State University Dover, DE 19901 lsparker@desu.edu Education Ph.D. Criminology 2014 University of Delaware, Newark, DE Dissertation: Does Reentry Programming

More information

Emily R. Edwards, M.A.

Emily R. Edwards, M.A. Education Emily R. Edwards, M.A. 524 West 59 th Street, Room 10.61.00 New York, NY 10019 eedwards@jjay.cuny.edu DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY 2018 (Anticipated) Clinical Psychology CUNY Graduate Center at John

More information

CHAPTER 1. A New Discipline Emerges. Chapter 1 Multiple Choice Select a single answer for each multiple choice question.

CHAPTER 1. A New Discipline Emerges. Chapter 1 Multiple Choice Select a single answer for each multiple choice question. Test Item File 1 CHAPTER 1 A New Discipline Emerges Chapter 1 Multiple Choice Select a single answer for each multiple choice question. 1. Which model of personality allowed researchers the ability to

More information

P. Douglas Sellers II, Ph.D.

P. Douglas Sellers II, Ph.D. P. Douglas Sellers II, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Pennsylvania State University Worthington Scranton Office Contact Home Contact 120 Ridge View Drive 1326 E. Gibson St. Apt. 1 Dunmore, PA

More information

SARA M. FULMER. Department of Psychology University of Notre Dame B10 Haggar Hall (574)

SARA M. FULMER. Department of Psychology University of Notre Dame B10 Haggar Hall (574) SARA M. FULMER Department of Psychology University of Notre Dame B10 Haggar Hall (574) 252-0169 Notre Dame, Indiana, 46556 sfulmer@nd.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. in Developmental Psychology, University of Notre

More information

Laura A. Zimmerman 500 W. University Ave, Rm 112, El Paso, TX

Laura A. Zimmerman 500 W. University Ave, Rm 112, El Paso, TX Laura A. Zimmerman 500 W. University Ave, Rm 112, El Paso, TX 79912 Email: lazimmerman@utep.edu Veterans Preference: N/A Citizenship: The United States of America Federal Civilian Status: N/A PROFILE A

More information

Curriculum Vitae Kevin T. Wolff, Ph.D. June 2016

Curriculum Vitae Kevin T. Wolff, Ph.D. June 2016 Office Address Curriculum Vitae Kevin T. Wolff, Ph.D. June 2016 John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 W. 59 th Street, Room 63104T New York, NY 10019 Phone: (212) 237-8382 USA E-mail: kwolff@jjay.cuny.edu

More information

Eyewitness Evidence. Dawn McQuiston School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Arizona State University

Eyewitness Evidence. Dawn McQuiston School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Arizona State University Eyewitness Evidence Dawn McQuiston School of Social and Behavioral Sciences Arizona State University Forensic Science Training for Capital Defense Attorneys May 21, 2012 My background Ph.D. in Experimental

More information

CURRICULUM VITA H. Daniel Butler

CURRICULUM VITA H. Daniel Butler CURRICULUM VITA H. Daniel Butler E-mail: hdb019@shsu.edu Phone Number: (936) 294-1699 Address: Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology, Sam Houston State University, P.O. Box 2296 Huntsville, TX 77341-2296

More information

Course Descriptions. Criminal Justice

Course Descriptions. Criminal Justice Course Descriptions Criminal Justice CJ 100 (3) Introduction to Criminal Justice. The student of the major components or sub-systems of criminal justice systems in America. Special consideration will be

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. 07/2015 Postdoctoral Research Scholar 08/2016 Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety Arizona State University, Phoenix

CURRICULUM VITAE. 07/2015 Postdoctoral Research Scholar 08/2016 Center for Violence Prevention and Community Safety Arizona State University, Phoenix CURRICULUM VITAE Weston J. Morrow, Ph.D. University of Nevada, Reno Department of Criminal Justice Mailstop 214; Ansari Business 615 1664 N. Virginia St. Reno, NV 89557 (775) 682-8920; Email: wmorrow@unr.edu

More information

Curriculum Vitae Andrew A. Shiva, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae Andrew A. Shiva, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Andrew A. Shiva, Ph.D. drandrewshiva@gmail.com forensicassessment@hotmail.com EDUCATION 2001 Ph.D. Clinical Psychology Teachers College, Columbia University 2000 M.Phil. Clinical Psychology

More information

Curriculum Vita Melanie Rosa, M.S. April Present Ph.D. Student in Criminology, University of South Florida

Curriculum Vita Melanie Rosa, M.S. April Present Ph.D. Student in Criminology, University of South Florida 1 Department of Criminology 4202 East Fowler Ave, SOC 344 Tampa, FL. 33620 Email: valentinrosa@mail.usf.edu Curriculum Vita Melanie Rosa, M.S. April 2018 EDUCATION 2015- Present Ph.D. Student in Criminology,

More information

1 Introduction 1 2 Defining and measuring crime 8

1 Introduction 1 2 Defining and measuring crime 8 v Contents Acknowledgements Note from series editors vi vii 1 Introduction 1 2 Defining and measuring crime 8 Section One: Theories of Offending 21 3 Social and psychological theories 23 4 Biological and

More information

Curriculum Vitae. Nick T. Harpster, M.A.

Curriculum Vitae. Nick T. Harpster, M.A. Curriculum Vitae Nick T. Harpster, M.A. CONTACT INFORMATION 1921 61 st Street Lubbock, TX 79412 Phone: (806) 790-0761 Email: nharpster@gmail.com EDUCATION Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX Ph.D.

More information

Brian L. Cutler, Ph.D. Curriculum Vita April 6, 2015

Brian L. Cutler, Ph.D. Curriculum Vita April 6, 2015 Brian L. Cutler, Ph.D. Curriculum Vita April 6, 2015 Contact Information: Faculty of Social Science & Humanities, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, Ontario,

More information

SARA M. FULMER Doctoral Candidate University of Notre Dame

SARA M. FULMER Doctoral Candidate University of Notre Dame SARA M. FULMER Doctoral Candidate Department of Psychology B10 Haggar Hall Notre Dame, Indiana, 46556 574-299-6489 (cell) sfulmer@nd.edu https://sites.google.com/a/nd.edu/sarafulmer EDUCATION Ph.D. in

More information

Programme Specification. MSc/PGDip Forensic and Legal Psychology

Programme Specification. MSc/PGDip Forensic and Legal Psychology Entry Requirements: Programme Specification MSc/PGDip Forensic and Legal Psychology Applicants for the MSc must have a good Honours degree (2:1 or better) in Psychology or a related discipline (e.g. Criminology,

More information

ASSESSING EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION. Thomas D. Albright The Salk Institute for Biological Studies

ASSESSING EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION. Thomas D. Albright The Salk Institute for Biological Studies ASSESSING EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION Thomas D. Albright The Salk Institute for Biological Studies Eyewitnesses provide information of great value for the investigation and prosecution of crimes. BUT Eyewitnesses

More information

Vitae. Education. Ph.D. (A.B.D. Anticipated Graduation May 2015) Washington State University Pullman, Washington.

Vitae. Education. Ph.D. (A.B.D. Anticipated Graduation May 2015) Washington State University Pullman, Washington. Vitae Roger Schaefer Roger_Schaefer@wsu.edu Johnson Tower 622 Pullman, WA 99163 Education Ph.D. (A.B.D. Anticipated Graduation May 2015) Washington State University Pullman, Washington. M.S. (2008) Indiana

More information

Curriculum Vitae Andrea Roach

Curriculum Vitae Andrea Roach Office Curriculum Vitae Department of Child, Family, and Consumer Sciences California State University, Fresno 5300 North Campus Drive M/S FF12 Fresno, CA 93740 Phone: 559-278-5141 Fax: 559-278-8424 Email:

More information

Fred E. Markowitz Department of Sociology Northern Illinois University DeKalb, IL

Fred E. Markowitz Department of Sociology Northern Illinois University DeKalb, IL Fred E. Markowitz Department of Sociology Northern Illinois University DeKalb, IL 60115 815.753.6438 fredm@niu.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. M.A. B.S. Sociology State University of New York at Albany Sociology Northern

More information

ADVANCED legal psychology

ADVANCED legal psychology Page 1 of 12 ADVANCED legal psychology R 12:40-3:30 (ACII 208) PSY 5939 (section 52) Spring 1997 Instructor Margaret Bull Kovera, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Psychology Office: ACI 303A Phone: 919-5959

More information

FORENSIC SPECIALTIES: Education and Training

FORENSIC SPECIALTIES: Education and Training Curriculum Vitae Natalie Novick Brown, PhD, SOTP Northwest Forensic Associates, LLC 206-441-7652 (office) / 425-275-1238 (cell) / 888-807-5991 (fax) 12535 NE 15 th Ave. NE, Suite 201 Seattle, WA 98125

More information

Ashley Nicole Hewitt, Ph.D.

Ashley Nicole Hewitt, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Ashley Nicole Hewitt, Ph.D. School of Criminal Justice Phone: (512) 245-3218 Texas State University E-mail: a_h737@txstate.edu 601 University Drive San Marcos, TX 78666 CURRENT POSITIONS

More information

Updated on 09/26/2018 CURRICULUM VITAE Melissa A. Kowalski, M.A. Office Address P.O. Box 644880 Email: melissa.kowalski@wsu.edu EDUCATION 2015-present: Ph.D. in Criminal Justice and Criminology (currently

More information

Department of Psychology Office: (843) The Citadel Main: (843) Moultrie Street Fax: (843)

Department of Psychology Office: (843) The Citadel Main: (843) Moultrie Street Fax: (843) GENELLE K. SAWYER Department of Psychology Office: (843) 953-5427 The Citadel Main: (843) 953-5320 171 Moultrie Street Fax: (843) 953-6797 Charleston, SC 29425 genelle.sawyer@citadel.edu EDUCATION 2007-2009

More information

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMLJUS)

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMLJUS) Criminal Justice (CRIMLJUS) 1 CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMLJUS) CRIMLJUS 1130 Introduction to Criminal Justice 3 Credits A survey of the administration of Criminal justice, including the structural components

More information

CURRICULUM VITA Jim P. Mann

CURRICULUM VITA Jim P. Mann CURRICULUM VITA Jim P. Mann Lamar University Sociology, Social Work, & Criminal Justice P.O. Box 10026, Beaumont, Texas 77710 (409) 880-7892 jpmann@lamar.edu Education B.S. Sociology Texas A&M University

More information

Criminal Justice (CJUS)

Criminal Justice (CJUS) Criminal Justice (CJUS) 1 Criminal Justice (CJUS) Courses CJUS 101. Introduction to the Criminal Justice System. 4 Prerequisites: Must be declared major or minor in criminal justice or social work A descriptive

More information

Curriculum Vitae Seema Lisa Clifasefi, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vitae Seema Lisa Clifasefi, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Seema Lisa Clifasefi, Ph.D. Personal Data Address: Email address: University of Washington Addictive Behaviors Research Center PO BOX 351629 Seattle, WA. 98103 +1 206-543-3452 +1 206-685-1200

More information

TEXAS STATE VITA. University of South Florida. University of Kentucky

TEXAS STATE VITA. University of South Florida. University of Kentucky TEXAS STATE VITA I. ACADEMIC/PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND A. Name: Shayne Jones Title: Associate Professor B. Educational Background Degree Year University Major Thesis/Dissertation Ph.D. 2003 University of

More information

April M. Zeoli Curriculum Vitae. School of Criminal Justice Phone: (517) Michigan State University Fax: (517)

April M. Zeoli Curriculum Vitae. School of Criminal Justice Phone: (517) Michigan State University Fax: (517) April M. Zeoli Curriculum Vitae Contact Information: School of Criminal Justice Phone: (517) 353-9554 Michigan State University Fax: (517) 432-1787 Baker Hall Email: zeoli@msu.edu 655 Auditorium Road,

More information

Margarita Villagrana, PhD, MSW

Margarita Villagrana, PhD, MSW Margarita Villagrana, PhD, MSW School of Social Work 5500 Campanile Drive, HH#119 San Diego, CA 92182-4119 619-594-5500 mvillagrana@sdsu.edu Education and Training 2009 Arizona State University Postdoctoral

More information

Allison L. Skinner 238 Burnett Hall, Lincoln, NE

Allison L. Skinner 238 Burnett Hall, Lincoln, NE Education Allison L. Skinner 2015 (anticipated) Ph.D., University of Nebraska- Lincoln Experimental Psychology (Social Neuroscience) 2009 M.A., California State University, Chico Psychological Science

More information

JESSICA M. FITZPATRICK December 2017

JESSICA M. FITZPATRICK December 2017 JESSICA M. FITZPATRICK December 2017 Social Work Department Office: 716-878-5324 fitzpajm@buffalostate.edu EMPLOYMENT 2017- present Assistant Professor Social Work Department 2015-2017 Assistant Professor,

More information

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY E.G., COMPETENCE TO STAND TRIAL CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION INSANITY IN CRIMINAL TRIALS

FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY E.G., COMPETENCE TO STAND TRIAL CHILD CUSTODY AND VISITATION WORKPLACE DISCRIMINATION INSANITY IN CRIMINAL TRIALS FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY FORENSIC PSYCHOLOGY IS THE INTERSECTION BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY AND THE JUSTICE SYSTEM. IT INVOLVES UNDERSTANDING LEGAL PRINCIPLES, PARTICULARLY WITH REGARD TO EXPERT WITNESS TESTIMONY AND

More information

VISTA COLLEGE ONLINE CAMPUS

VISTA COLLEGE ONLINE CAMPUS VISTA COLLEGE ONLINE CAMPUS Page 1 YOUR PATH TO A BETTER LIFE STARTS WITH ONLINE CAREER TRAINING AT HOME ASSOCIATE OF APPLIED SCIENCE DEGREE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE ONLINE The online Associate of Applied Science

More information

Julie M. Krupa. University of South Florida, Department of Criminology 4202 East Fowler Ave, Tampa FL Phone:

Julie M. Krupa. University of South Florida, Department of Criminology 4202 East Fowler Ave, Tampa FL Phone: Julie M. Krupa Contact Office:, Department of Criminology 4202 East Fowler Ave, Tampa FL 33620 Email: jkrupa1@mail.usf.edu Phone: 810-964-2620 Education 2018 PhD in Criminology, (expected) Dissertation:

More information

Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology

Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Georgia Southern University 1 Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology The Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology provides a comprehensive examination of justice, crime, and the law. Our

More information

Curriculum Vitae. RACHEL M. McLAREN EDUCATION

Curriculum Vitae. RACHEL M. McLAREN EDUCATION Curriculum Vitae RACHEL M. McLAREN Department of Communication Studies 153 Becker Communication Studies Building Iowa City, IA 52242 rachel-mclaren@uiowa.edu EDUCATION The Pennsylvania State University

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Education: B.A. Sociology: University of Western Ontario, Canada, 1985

CURRICULUM VITAE. Education: B.A. Sociology: University of Western Ontario, Canada, 1985 CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Heather Anne Turner Education: B.A. Sociology: University of Western Ontario, Canada, 1985 Ph.D. Human Development and Aging: University of California, San Francisco, 1990. Publications:

More information

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS Michael D. Lyons, Ph.D. School Psychology Program Department of Human Service University of Virginia Charlottesville, VA 22904 mdl8s@virginia.edu (434) 924-0790 EDUCATION Ph.D. School Psychology Area of

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE Jennifer Eno Louden PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE EDUCATION

CURRICULUM VITAE Jennifer Eno Louden PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE EDUCATION CURRICULUM VITAE Jennifer Eno Louden Department of Psychology The University of Texas at El Paso 500 W. University Ave. El Paso, TX 79968 USA Telephone: (915) 747-5517 Fax: (915) 747-6553 E-mail: jlenolouden@utep.edu

More information

UNIVERSITY OF MALTA FACULTY FOR SOCIAL WELLBEING DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY LECTURE PROGRAMME

UNIVERSITY OF MALTA FACULTY FOR SOCIAL WELLBEING DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY LECTURE PROGRAMME UNIVERSITY OF MALTA FACULTY FOR SOCIAL WELLBEING DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINOLOGY LECTURE PROGRAMME CRI3008 SENTENCING, PENAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT IN CORRECTIONS B.A. in Criminology 2016-2019 (Full time) Lecturers:

More information

Curriculum Vitae Joseph C. Dippong

Curriculum Vitae Joseph C. Dippong Curriculum Vitae Joseph C. Dippong Department of Sociology Fretwell 485C University of North Carolina at Charlotte 704-687-0983 9201 University City Blvd. jdippong@uncc.edu Charlotte, NC 28223 EDUCATION

More information

Olivia Choy. Department of Psychology Nanyang Technological University 14 Nanyang Drive, Singapore

Olivia Choy. Department of Psychology Nanyang Technological University 14 Nanyang Drive, Singapore Page 1 of 5 Olivia Choy Department of Psychology Nanyang Technological University 14 Nanyang Drive, Singapore 637332 oliviachoy@ntu.edu.sg ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2017 present Assistant Professor, Department

More information

C URRI C U L U M V I T A E

C URRI C U L U M V I T A E C URRI C U L U M V I T A E Weston J. Morrow (602) 694-3255; Email: wjmorrow@asu.edu E DU C A T I O N 2010- Ph.D., C riminology & C riminal Justice (Expected: November 2014) Present, Phoenix Dissertation:

More information

Amber Nicole Manzo. Project Director at the Center for Health and Human Services Research at

Amber Nicole Manzo. Project Director at the Center for Health and Human Services Research at M a n z o 1 March 2018 CURRICULUM VITAE Amber Nicole Manzo PERSONAL DATA Office Address: E-Mail: Talbert House 2600 Victory Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 (513) 751-7747 ex. 1037 anmanzo23@gmail.com EDUCATION

More information

ELIZABETH K. DRAKE, PH.D. CANDIDATE

ELIZABETH K. DRAKE, PH.D. CANDIDATE ELIZABETH K. DRAKE, PH.D. CANDIDATE Washington State University, Department of Criminal Justice & Criminology edrake@wsu.edu Education 2019 (expected) Ph.D., Criminal Justice & Criminology, Washington

More information

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY. Annual Meeting 2007 Atlanta, Georgia November 14-17, Atlanta Marriott Marquis CALL FOR PAPERS

AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY. Annual Meeting 2007 Atlanta, Georgia November 14-17, Atlanta Marriott Marquis CALL FOR PAPERS AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CRIMINOLOGY Annual Meeting 2007 Atlanta, Georgia November 14-17, Atlanta Marriott Marquis CALL FOR PAPERS CRIME AND JUSTICE: IN THE GLOBAL AND IN THE LOCAL Program Co-Chairs: CANDACE

More information

ANDREA L. ROACH EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - COLUMBIA 2016 Ph.D., Human Development and Family Science

ANDREA L. ROACH EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE. UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - COLUMBIA 2016 Ph.D., Human Development and Family Science ANDREA L. ROACH EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI - COLUMBIA 2016 Ph.D., Human Development and Family Science AROACH@CSUFRESNO.EDU 559-278-5141 (WORK) FONTBONNE UNIVERSITY 2011 M.A., Human Environmental

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE KARLA EMENO

CURRICULUM VITAE KARLA EMENO CURRICULUM VITAE KARLA EMENO Faculty of Social Sciences & Humanities University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) 2000 Simcoe St North, Oshawa, ON, L1H 7K4 Tel: (905) 721-8668 ext. 5972; Email:

More information

Eyewitness Testimony. Student s Name. Institution of Learning

Eyewitness Testimony. Student s Name. Institution of Learning Running head: EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY 1 Eyewitness Testimony Student s Name Institution of Learning EYEWITNESS TESTIMONY 2 In a legal proceeding, evidence serves as a critical component of reaching a decision.

More information

Curriculum Vitae Joseph C. Dippong

Curriculum Vitae Joseph C. Dippong Curriculum Vitae Joseph C. Dippong Department of Sociology Fretwell 485C University of North Carolina at Charlotte 704-687-0983 9201 University City Blvd. Charlotte, NC 28223 jdippong@uncc.edu EDUCATION

More information

Criminology and Law Studies

Criminology and Law Studies Criminology and Law Studies 1 Criminology and Law Studies The Criminology and Law Studies major is designed to provide a broad-based liberal arts education for undergraduates interested in careers in criminal

More information

EUNJI NAM, Ph.D., MA

EUNJI NAM, Ph.D., MA 1 CURRICULUM VITAE EUNJI NAM, Ph.D., MA School of Social Work University of Central Florida 12805 Pegasus Drive Orlando, FL 32816 enam@ucf.edu EDUCATION 2018 Ph.D., School of Social Welfare, University

More information

Curriculum Vitae. Kristen Marcussen Department of Sociology Kent State University Kent, Ohio

Curriculum Vitae. Kristen Marcussen Department of Sociology Kent State University Kent, Ohio Curriculum Vitae Kristen Marcussen Department of Sociology Kent State University Kent, Ohio 44242 330.672.3615 kmarcuss@kent.edu Education 2000 Ph.D.- Sociology, The University of Iowa 1993 M.A. - Sociology,

More information

Curriculum Vitae (CV) Updated August 2017

Curriculum Vitae (CV) Updated August 2017 Curriculum Vitae (CV) Updated August 2017 James J. Sobol Office: 716-878-3217 Criminal Justice Department Fax: 716-878-3240 1300 Elmwood Ave. Classroom Building C113 email:soboljj@buffalostate.edu Buffalo,

More information

Jennifer Caputo. October 1, 2018

Jennifer Caputo. October 1, 2018 Jennifer Caputo Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research Konrad-Zuse-Straße 1 18057 Rostock, Germany ( +49 (0)381 2081-144 * caputo@demogr.mpg.de * jenniferlcaputo@gmail.com October 1, 2018 Employment

More information

Health Education and Promotion, California State University Northridge, With Distinction, 2011

Health Education and Promotion, California State University Northridge, With Distinction, 2011 WALLIS E. ADAMS Department of Sociology & Anthropology Northeastern University 360 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115 w.adams@northeastern.edu; 805-603-3607 EDUCATION Ph.D. Sociology, Northeastern University,

More information

Criminal Justice. Criminal Justice, B.S. major Victimology Emphasis. Criminal Justice 1. Career Directions

Criminal Justice. Criminal Justice, B.S. major Victimology Emphasis. Criminal Justice 1. Career Directions Criminal Justice The Criminal Justice major provides students with knowledge about the nature and causes of crime and delinquency, law and the legal system for juveniles and adults in American society,

More information

CURRICULUM VITAE. Caleb D. Lloyd

CURRICULUM VITAE. Caleb D. Lloyd CURRICULUM VITAE Caleb D. Lloyd CONTACT University of Texas El Paso Department of Psychology 500 W. University Ave. El Paso, TX 79902 United States (915) 747-8485 cdlloyd@utep.edu EMPLOYMENT 2014- Assistant

More information

Dr Danny Sullivan. Dr Danny Sullivan, Assistant Clinical Director, Forensicare

Dr Danny Sullivan. Dr Danny Sullivan, Assistant Clinical Director, Forensicare Dr Danny Sullivan Assistant Clinical Director, Forensicare Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Monash Uni Dr Danny Sullivan, Assistant Clinical Director, Forensicare June 2012 Shifts in discourse Ethics of a dual

More information

University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia University of British Columbia Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members Date: Jan, 2018 Initial: ma 1. SURNAME: Adrian FIRST NAME: MIDDLE NAME(S): Mark Dwight 2. DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL: Medicine/Physical Medicine

More information

University of British Columbia

University of British Columbia University of British Columbia Curriculum Vitae for Faculty Members Date: January 22, 2011 Initial: 1. SURNAME: Adrian FIRST NAME: MIDDLE NAME(S): Mark Dwight 2. DEPARTMENT/SCHOOL: Medicine/Physical Medicine

More information

Criminal Justice (CJ)

Criminal Justice (CJ) Criminal Justice (CJ) 1 Criminal Justice (CJ) Courses CJ 0812. Criminal Behavior. 3 Credit Hours. Although we like to think differently, committing crime is an extremely common human behavior. From the

More information

LIVIA L. GILSTRAP Present Assistant Professor, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

LIVIA L. GILSTRAP Present Assistant Professor, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs LIVIA L. GILSTRAP University of Colorado at Colorado Springs Department of Psychology 1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway Colorado Springs, CO 80933-7150 719 262 4145 719 262 4166 (fax) gilstrap@uccs.edu www.uccs.edu/gilstrap

More information

CURRENT POSITION EDUCATION

CURRENT POSITION EDUCATION Elijah P. Ricks, Ph.D. Curriculum Vitae Department of Psychology Office: 312.281.3275 Roosevelt University Cell: 219.333.8703 430 S. Michigan Ave. Fax: 312.341.6362 Chicago, IL 60605 ericks01@roosevelt.edu

More information

MSc Forensic Psychology. Joining Instructions 2018/2019

MSc Forensic Psychology. Joining Instructions 2018/2019 CARDIFF SCHOOL OF SPORT AND HEALTH SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY MSc Forensic Psychology Joining Instructions 2018/2019 Page 1 WELCOME FROM THE PROGRAMME DIRECTOR Libby Payne On behalf of the

More information

DOWNLOAD OR READ : INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY DEFINITIONS OF CRIME PDF EBOOK EPUB MOBI

DOWNLOAD OR READ : INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY DEFINITIONS OF CRIME PDF EBOOK EPUB MOBI DOWNLOAD OR READ : INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY DEFINITIONS OF CRIME PDF EBOOK EPUB MOBI Page 1 Page 2 introduction to criminal psychology definitions of crime introduction to criminal psychology

More information

Psychology and Law PSYCH 2302 (400:070) Syllabus

Psychology and Law PSYCH 2302 (400:070) Syllabus 1 of 6 Psychology and Law PSYCH 2302 (400:070) Syllabus MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR Mrs. Heather C. Peterson, M.A. Forensic Psychology, Licensed Addiction Counselor As a sophomore social work major at the University

More information

University of Kentucky College of Social Work

University of Kentucky College of Social Work University of Kentucky College of Social Work 2018-2019 PhD Candidates on the Job Market We are delighted to present the University of Kentucky College of Social Work PhD Program candidates on the academic

More information

MARINA SOROCHINSKI Curriculum Vitae

MARINA SOROCHINSKI Curriculum Vitae MARINA SOROCHINSKI Curriculum Vitae msorochinski@jjay.cuny.edu EDUCATION 2015 Ph.D. Psychology, Specialization: Psychology & Law, CUNY Graduate Center 2008 M.A. Forensic Psychology, John Jay College of

More information

Jason J. Barr, Ph.D.

Jason J. Barr, Ph.D. Jason J. Barr, Ph.D. Monmouth University 400 Cedar Avenue West Long Branch, NJ 07764 (732) 263-5238 jbarr@monmouth.edu http://bluehawk.monmouth.edu/~jbarr/ EDUCATION 2005 Ph.D. Applied Developmental Psychology

More information

Marc D. Glidden. CURRICULUM VITA (August 17, 2017) Little Rock, AR 72204

Marc D. Glidden. CURRICULUM VITA (August 17, 2017)   Little Rock, AR 72204 Marc D. Glidden CURRICULUM VITA (August 17, 2017) Office: (501) 661-1743 Address: 3101 S. Taylor St. E-Mail: mdglidden@ualr.edu Little Rock, AR 72204 Education: Doctor of Philosophy in Criminal Justice

More information

BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY Requirements for a Major in Psychology*

BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY Requirements for a Major in Psychology* BRIAR CLIFF UNIVERSITY 2011-2013 Requirements for a Major in Psychology* PROGRAM Our department serves a diverse student population on campus. Most of our students (approximately 70 percent) seek employment

More information

ARTICULATION AGREEMENT DATE DRAFTED: March 9, 2017 VALID ACADEMIC YEARS: &

ARTICULATION AGREEMENT DATE DRAFTED: March 9, 2017 VALID ACADEMIC YEARS: & ARTICULATION AGREEMENT DATE DRAFTED: March 9, 2017 VALID ACADEMIC YEARS: 2017-18 & 2018-19 LMC COURSE: ADJUS-110 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System HIGH SCHOOL COURSE: ROP Law Enforcement Careers

More information

Gregory DeClue, Ph.D. Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology

Gregory DeClue, Ph.D. Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology Gregory DeClue, Ph.D. Diplomate in Forensic Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology 16443 Winburn Place Florida Psychology License Number PY0003427 Sarasota, FL 34240-9228 http://gregdeclue.myakkatech.com

More information

MARGARET BULL KOVERA

MARGARET BULL KOVERA Education MARGARET BULL KOVERA Department of Psychology John Jay College of Criminal Justice City University of New York 524 W. 59 th St. New York, NY 10019 (212) 484-1112 mkovera@jjay.cuny.edu http://www.margaretkovera.com

More information

Live, video, and photo eyewitness identification procedures

Live, video, and photo eyewitness identification procedures Live, video, and photo eyewitness identification procedures Ryan J. Fitzgerald, Eva Rubínová, Heather L. Price, Lorraine Hope, Tim Valentine Submitted to the Coordinating Group of: Crime and Justice Education

More information

PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION FOURTH EDITION

PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION FOURTH EDITION PSYCHOLOGY AND LAW A CRITICAL INTRODUCTION FOURTH EDITION Now in its fourth edition, Psychology and Law is a comprehensive guide to the complex interactions between psychology and criminal law. Andreas

More information

Running head: EXPERT TESTIMONY AND HENDERSON INSTRUCTIONS 1

Running head: EXPERT TESTIMONY AND HENDERSON INSTRUCTIONS 1 Running head: EXPERT TESTIMONY AND HENDERSON INSTRUCTIONS 1 Comparing the Effectiveness of Henderson Instructions and Expert Testimony: Which Safeguard Improves Jurors Evaluations of Eyewitness Evidence?

More information

2017 Ph.D., School of Criminal Justice University at Albany, SUNY

2017 Ph.D., School of Criminal Justice University at Albany, SUNY School of Criminal Justice Hines Academic Center 112 Texas State University 601 University Drive San Marcos, Texas, 78666 sean.roche@txstate.edu Updated May 2018 Areas of interest: Perceptions of crime

More information