American Psychology-Law Society

New Orleans, LA

 
March 6, 2014
 
08:00 to 12:00Executive Committee Meeting, Ellendale, 4th Floor
 
 
09:00 to 10:00Student Section Welcome Breakfast and Conference Orientation, Edgewood AB, 4th Floor
 
 
10:00 to 11:00Student Section Coffee Presentation Session--International Careers in Forensic Mental Health, Edgewood AB, 4th Floor
 
 
12:00 to 14:00Opening Plenary, Grand Ballroom
 
 
14:15 to 15:35Session Block 1
 
 
15:35 to 15:50Coffee/Tea Break, Grand Ballroom Foyer
 
 
15:50 to 16:50Paper Session Block 1
 
 
17:00 to 18:00Paper Session Block 2
 
 
18:00 to 18:30APLS Business Meeting, Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
 
18:30 to 20:00Welcome Reception, Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor
 
 
 
March 7, 2014
 
08:00 to 09:00Paper Session Block 3
 
 
09:15 to 10:35Session Block 2
 
 
10:35 to 10:45Coffee/Tea Break, Grand Ballroom Foyer
 
 
10:45 to 12:15Friday Plenary, Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor
 
 
12:20 to 13:20Lunch
 
 
13:30 to 14:50Session Block 3
 
 
14:50 to 15:00Coffee/Tea Break, Grand Ballroom Foyer
 
 
15:00 to 16:00Paper Session Block 4
 
 
16:10 to 17:10Paper Session Block 5
 
 
17:20 to 18:20Paper Session Block 6
 
 
18:30 to 20:00Friday poster session, Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor
 
 
 
March 8, 2014
 
08:00 to 09:00Paper session Block 7
 
 
09:15 to 10:35Session Block 4
 
 
10:35 to 10:45Coffee/Tea Break, Grand Ballroom Foyer
 
 
10:45 to 12:15Saturday Plenary, Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor
 
 
12:30 to 13:30Saturday Lunch
 
 
13:30 to 14:50Session Block 5
 
 
14:50 to 15:00Coffee/Tea Break, Grand Ballroom Foyer
 
 
15:00 to 16:00Paper Session Block 8
 
 
16:10 to 17:10Paper Session Block 9
 
 
17:20 to 18:20Paper Session Block 10
 
 
18:30 to 20:00Saturday poster session, Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor
 
 

 

Program Notes and Index of Sessions

Student Section Coffee Presentation Session--International Careers in Forensic Mental Health
Edgewood AB, 4th Floor
March 6, 2014 10:00 to 11:00
 
Student Section Coffee Presentation Session

Opening Plenary
Grand Ballroom
March 6, 2014 12:00 to 14:00
 
Dr. Bruce Perry: Introduction to the Neurosquential Model of Therapeutics

Session Block 1
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
 
Research Coordination Network: Understanding Plea Bargains, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
APLS Corrections Committee Session--What Works and What Doesn't in Reducing Reci..., Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Beyond Free Recall: Next Steps to Improving Children's Event Recall and Narrativ..., Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
Forensic Use of the Static-99R, Nottoway, 4th Floor
Expert Witness Bias
Advances in Jury Decision Making and Emotion, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Teen Dating Violence: Longitudinal Community Research Informing Legal Policy, Estherwood, 4th Floor

Paper Session Block 1
March 6, 2014 15:50 to 16:50
 
Detecting Deception, Nottoway, 4th Floor
AAFP Distinguished Service Award--On Being a Teacher
Personality Disorders and Psychopathy, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Child Witnesses, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Juvenile Offender Outcomes, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Privacy and the Law, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor

Paper Session Block 2
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
 
Suspect Abilities and Strategies During Interrogation, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Developmental Issues and Psychopathic Traits, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
AP-LS Student Section Committee Special Panel: Advice on Early Career Success fr..., Nottoway, 4th floor
Sex Offenders: Predictors and Perceptions, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Juvenile Justice System, Estherwood, 4th Floor
Expert Testimony and Jury Decision Making, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Competency and Decisional Capacity, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor

APLS Business Meeting
Nottoway, 4th Floor
March 6, 2014 18:00 to 18:30
 
All are welcome

Paper Session Block 3
March 7, 2014 08:00 to 09:00
 
Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Juror Characteristics, Attitudes, and Bias, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Risk Assessment 1: Reliability and Validity, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
APLS Presidential Address, Nottoway, 4th Floor
Options for Offenders with Mental Illness, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Symptom and Performance Validity, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor

Session Block 2
March 7, 2014 09:15 to 10:35
 
Aids to Jurors' Understanding of Eyewitness Identification, Nottoway, 4th Floor
Psycho-Legal Issues in Recent Cases, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
The National Trajectory Project: Individuals found Not Criminally Responsible on..., Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Psychopathy and victimology: An examination of victim experiences and the relati..., Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
Application of Neuroscientific Methods and Research to Psycho-Legal Questions, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Should Adolescents' Consensual Sexual Behavior be Punished Under Sex Offender La..., Grand Couteau, 5th Floor

Friday Plenary
Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor
March 7, 2014 10:45 to 12:15
 
The Honorable Jed Rakoff: Plea Bargaining in Practice: Does the Supreme Court have a Clue

Lunch
March 7, 2014 12:20 to 13:20
 
Lunch on your own

Session Block 3
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
 
Guilty Pleas and Other Legal Responsibility Taking, Nottoway, 4th Floor
The Marginalization of Lawyers in APLS, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Questioning Alleged Victims of Child Abuse: Insights from Field and Laboratory R..., Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Multicultural Issues in Forensic Psychology: Past Research and Future Directions, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
Gender Specific Issues in Juvenile Justice: Female Trajectories and Psychosocial..., Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Conditional Release and Decision-Making with Forensic Patients , Grand Couteau, 5th Floor

Paper Session Block 4
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
 
Judging Police and Confessions, Nottoway, 4th Floor
The Impact of Investigator Decisions, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Risk Assessment 2: Predictive Validity, Research, and Cultural Issues, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
APLS PDW-ECP Special Panel--Funding your Business or Practice: Conceptual and Pr..., Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Jurors' Responses to Evidence, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Conduct Disorder and Psychopathic Traits in Youth, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor

Paper Session Block 5
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
 
Miranda, Nottoway, 4th Floor
Sex Offender Risk Assessment, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
Investigator Decision Making, Estherwood, 4th Floor
Obesity and the Law, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Suicide, PTSD, and Victimization in Forensic Inpatient and Community Samples, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
Evaluating Evidence and Researching Juries, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Emerging Areas: Cyberstalking, Active Shooters, Legal Intervention Fatalities, a..., Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor

Paper Session Block 6
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
 
Guilty Pleas
Special Considerations in Forensic Assessment and Research
Sex Offenders: Interests, Assessment, and Commitment
APLS Distinguished Contributions Address--False Confessions: Past, Present, and...
Delivering Mental Health Treatment in a Juvenile Court Clinic
Social Pscyhology and the Law
Eyewitnesses: Identification of Faces

Friday poster session
Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor
March 7, 2014 18:30 to 20:00
 
Friday Night Poster Session, Armstrong Ballroom 8th Floor Armstrong Ballroom,

Paper session Block 7
March 8, 2014 08:00 to 09:00
 
Juvenile Confessions
Substance Use and Offending: Moderators and Treatment
Researching Harrassment
Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
Eyewitnesses: Accuracy, Expert Testimony, and Juror Perceptions
Competence and Psychiatric Disorders

Session Block 4
March 8, 2014 09:15 to 10:35
 
Competency to Participate in Immigration Proceedings, Nottoway, 4th Floor
The Other 97%: Psycho-legal Factors and Consequences of Plea Bargaining, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Family-Based Treatment for Substance Abusing Juvenile Offenders, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
State certification of forensic examiners, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
Assessment of Youth Callous-Unemotional Traits, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Current Advances in the Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Experimental A..., Grand Couteau, 5th Floor

Saturday Plenary
Grand Ballroom, 5th Floor
March 8, 2014 10:45 to 12:15
 
Dr. Mark Dadds: Do High Callous-Unemotional Traits in Children Compromise Early Parenting Interventions to Prevent Antisocial Behavior?

Saturday Lunch
March 8, 2014 12:30 to 13:30
 
Lunch on your own

Session Block 5
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
 
Social/Cognitive Influences in Child Witness Interviewing, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
APLS Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee Special Panel--Teaching Psycholog..., Nottoway, 4th Floor
Current Advances in the Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Field Approach..., Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
The intersection of risk assessment, sanctions and treatment in juvenile justice, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
The Atkins Decision: Current Issues & Perspectives, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Examining callousness among youth and its implications for models of antisocial ..., Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor

Paper Session Block 8
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
 
Juvenile Impulsivity and Resilience
Examining Risk Assessment Models
Civil Law and Trial Issues
Trauma: Effects, Moderators, and Treatment
Eyewitnesses: Showups, Lineups, and New Tools for Children
Child Witnesses and Truth Telling
Saleem Shah Early Career Award

Paper Session Block 9
March 8, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
 
Understanding and Treating Juvenile Offenders, Nottoway, 4th Floor
Judicial Decision Making and Trial Evidence, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Factors in Recidivism Risk, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Witness Interviewing, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
Child Witnesses and Memory, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor

Paper Session Block 10
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
 
Death Penalty Decision Making, Nottoway, 4th Floor
The Influence of Race and Religion on Jury Decision Making, Oak Alley, 4th Floor
Efforts Towards Preventing Delinquency, Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
Issues Impacting Testimony, Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
Competency Restoration, Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
Sex Differences and Gender Expectations, Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor

Saturday poster session
Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor
March 8, 2014 18:30 to 20:00
 
Saturday Night Poster Session, Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor

 

Summary of All Sessions

Click here for an index of all participants

#Date/TimeLocationTypeTitlePapers
1March 6, 2014
10:00-11:00
N/A invited Student Section Coffee Presentation Session1
2March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Research Coordination Network: Understanding Plea Bargains4
3March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited APLS Corrections Committee Session--What Works and What Doesn't in Reducing Recidivism1
4March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor contributed Beyond Free Recall: Next Steps to Improving Children's Event Recall and Narrative Reports4
5March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Forensic Use of the Static-99R4
6March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
N/A contributed Expert Witness Bias4
7March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Advances in Jury Decision Making and Emotion4
8March 6, 2014
14:15-15:35
Estherwood, 4th Floor contributed Teen Dating Violence: Longitudinal Community Research Informing Legal Policy4
9March 6, 2014
15:50-16:50
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Detecting Deception4
10March 6, 2014
15:50-16:50
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Personality Disorders and Psychopathy4
11March 6, 2014
15:50-16:50
Oak Alley, 4th Floor invited Child Witnesses4
12March 6, 2014
15:50-16:50
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Juvenile Offender Outcomes4
13March 6, 2014
15:50-16:50
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Privacy and the Law4
14March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Suspect Abilities and Strategies During Interrogation4
15March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Developmental Issues and Psychopathic Traits4
16March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Nottoway, 4th floor invited AP-LS Student Section Committee Special Panel: Advice on Early Career Success from Successful Early Career Professionals0
17March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Sex Offenders: Predictors and Perceptions4
18March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Estherwood, 4th Floor contributed Juvenile Justice System3
19March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Competency and Decisional Capacity3
20March 6, 2014
17:00-18:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Expert Testimony and Jury Decision Making4
21March 7, 2014
8:00-9:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques4
22March 7, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Juror Characteristics, Attitudes, and Bias4
23March 7, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Risk Assessment 1: Reliability and Validity4
24March 7, 2014
8:00-9:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor invited APLS Presidential Address0
25March 7, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Options for Offenders with Mental Illness4
26March 7, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Symptom and Performance Validity4
27March 7, 2014
9:15-10:35
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Aids to Jurors' Understanding of Eyewitness Identification3
28March 7, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor invited Psycho-Legal Issues in Recent Cases1
29March 7, 2014
9:15-10:35
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed The National Trajectory Project: Individuals found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of Mental Disorder (NCRMD)4
30March 7, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Psychopathy and victimology: An examination of victim experiences and the relationship between psychopathy and perceptions of victim vulnerability4
31March 7, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor contributed Application of Neuroscientific Methods and Research to Psycho-Legal Questions4
32March 7, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor contributed Should Adolescents' Consensual Sexual Behavior be Punished Under Sex Offender Laws? This Ambiguity Breeds Modern Bias Against Stigmatized Groups4
33March 7, 2014
13:30-14:50
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Guilty Pleas and Other Legal Responsibility Taking4
34March 7, 2014
13:30-14:50
Oak Alley, 4th Floor invited The Marginalization of Lawyers in APLS1
35March 7, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Questioning Alleged Victims of Child Abuse: Insights from Field and Laboratory Research4
36March 7, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Multicultural Issues in Forensic Psychology: Past Research and Future Directions4
37March 7, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor contributed Gender Specific Issues in Juvenile Justice: Female Trajectories and Psychosocial Maturity3
38March 7, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor contributed Conditional Release and Decision-Making with Forensic Patients 3
39March 7, 2014
15:00-16:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Judging Police and Confessions4
40March 7, 2014
15:00-16:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed The Impact of Investigator Decisions4
41March 7, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Risk Assessment 2: Predictive Validity, Research, and Cultural Issues3
42March 7, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited APLS PDW-ECP Special Panel--Funding your Business or Practice: Conceptual and Practical Issues0
43March 7, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Jurors' Responses to Evidence4
44March 7, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Conduct Disorder and Psychopathic Traits in Youth4
45March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Miranda3
46March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Sex Offender Risk Assessment3
47March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Estherwood, 4th Floor contributed Investigator Decision Making4
48March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Obesity and the Law5
49March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Suicide, PTSD, and Victimization in Forensic Inpatient and Community Samples3
50March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Evaluating Evidence and Researching Juries4
51March 7, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor invited Emerging Areas: Cyberstalking, Active Shooters, Legal Intervention Fatalities, and White Collar Crime4
52March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Guilty Pleas4
53March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Special Considerations in Forensic Assessment and Research4
54March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Sex Offenders: Interests, Assessment, and Commitment3
55March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Estherwood, 4th Floor invited APLS Distinguished Contributions Address--False Confessions: Past, Present, and Future0
56March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Delivering Mental Health Treatment in a Juvenile Court Clinic3
57March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor invited Social Pscyhology and the Law4
58March 7, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Eyewitnesses: Identification of Faces4
59March 7, 2014
18:30-20:00
Armstrong Ballroom 8th Floor Armstrong Ballroom, poster Friday Night Poster Session100
60March 8, 2014
8:00-9:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Juvenile Confessions3
61March 8, 2014
8:00-9:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Substance Use and Offending: Moderators and Treatment4
62March 8, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Researching Harrassment4
63March 8, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse4
64March 8, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Eyewitnesses: Accuracy, Expert Testimony, and Juror Perceptions4
65March 8, 2014
8:00-9:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor contributed Competence and Psychiatric Disorders3
66March 8, 2014
9:15-10:35
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Competency to Participate in Immigration Proceedings4
67March 8, 2014
9:15-10:35
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed The Other 97%: Psycho-legal Factors and Consequences of Plea Bargaining4
68March 8, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Family-Based Treatment for Substance Abusing Juvenile Offenders4
69March 8, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed State certification of forensic examiners4
70March 8, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor contributed Assessment of Youth Callous-Unemotional Traits4
71March 8, 2014
9:15-10:35
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor contributed Current Advances in the Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Experimental Approaches5
72March 8, 2014
13:30-14:50
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Social/Cognitive Influences in Child Witness Interviewing4
73March 8, 2014
13:30-14:50
Nottoway, 4th Floor invited APLS Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee Special Panel--Teaching Psychology and Law in the 21st Century4
74March 8, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor contributed Current Advances in the Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Field Approaches5
75March 8, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed The intersection of risk assessment, sanctions and treatment in juvenile justice3
76March 8, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor contributed The Atkins Decision: Current Issues & Perspectives5
77March 8, 2014
13:30-14:50
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor contributed Examining callousness among youth and its implications for models of antisocial behavior and psychopathy development4
78March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Juvenile Impulsivity and Resilience4
79March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Examining Risk Assessment Models4
80March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Civil Law and Trial Issues4
81March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Trauma: Effects, Moderators, and Treatment4
82March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Eyewitnesses: Showups, Lineups, and New Tools for Children4
83March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Child Witnesses and Truth Telling4
84March 8, 2014
15:00-16:00
Estherwood, 4th Floor invited Saleem Shah Early Career Award0
85March 8, 2014
16:10-17:10
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Understanding and Treating Juvenile Offenders3
86March 8, 2014
16:10-17:10
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed Judicial Decision Making and Trial Evidence4
87March 8, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor invited Factors in Recidivism Risk4
88March 8, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Witness Interviewing4
89March 8, 2014
16:10-17:10
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Child Witnesses and Memory4
90March 8, 2014
17:20-18:20
Nottoway, 4th Floor contributed Death Penalty Decision Making3
91March 8, 2014
17:20-18:20
Oak Alley, 4th Floor contributed The Influence of Race and Religion on Jury Decision Making4
92March 8, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor contributed Efforts Towards Preventing Delinquency4
93March 8, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor invited Issues Impacting Testimony4
94March 8, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor invited Competency Restoration4
95March 8, 2014
17:20-18:20
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor invited Sex Differences and Gender Expectations3
96March 8, 2014
18:30-20:00
Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor poster Saturday Night Poster Session99
 

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American Psychology-Law Society

Detailed List of Sessions

                                                                                                                                                                                                     
 
Session 1: Student Section Coffee Presentation Session
March 6, 2014 10:00 to 11:00
 
Session Chair: Christopher King, Drexel University
Session type: invited
 

International Careers in Forensic Mental Health
By Jay Singh; Singh Institute of Forensic Research, LLC
   Presented by: Jay Singh, Singh Institute of Forensic Research, LLC
 
Session 2: Research Coordination Network: Understanding Plea Bargains
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Shawn Bushway, SUNY Albany
Session type: contributed
 

Research Coordination Network on Understanding Guilty Pleas: Vision and Opportunities
By Shawn Bushway; SUNY Albany
   Presented by: Shawn Bushway, SUNY Albany
 

Research Coordination Network on Pleas: Prosecutorial Decision-Making Core
By Anne Piehl; Rutgers University
   Presented by: Anne Piehl, Rutgers University
 

Research Coordination Network on Pleas: Defense Decision-Making Core
By Allison Redlich; University at Albany (SUNY)
   Presented by: Allison Redlich, University at Albany (SUNY)
 

Research Coordination Network on Pleas: Institutional Workgroup Core
By Brian Johnson; UMD
   Presented by: Brian Johnson, UMD
 
Session 3: APLS Corrections Committee Session--What Works and What Doesn't in Reducing Recidivism
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Sarah Manchak, University of Cincinnatti
Session type: invited
 

What Works and What Doesn't in Reducing Recidivism
By Edward Latessa; University of Cincinnati
   Presented by: Edward Latessa, University of Cincinnati
 
Session 4: Beyond Free Recall: Next Steps to Improving Children's Event Recall and Narrative Reports
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted
Session Chairs:
1. Karen Saywitz, UCLA
2. J. Zoe Klemfuss, Florida International University
Session type: contributed
 

Enhancing School Children’s Narrative Quality and Resistance to Suggestion with the Narrative Elaboration Interview
By Lorinda Camparo; Whittier College
Karen Saywitz; UCLA
   Presented by: Lorinda Camparo, Whittier College
 

Streamlining the Narrative Elaboration Technique: Helping Young Children Become Better Eyewitnesses
By Heather Canning; Memorial University of Newfoundland
Carole Peterson; Memorial University of Newfoundland
Stephanie Kelly; Memorial University of Newfoundland
Emily Pond; Memorial University of Newfoundland
   Presented by: Carole Peterson, Memorial University of Newfoundland
 

Narrative Enhancement and Young Children’s Recall Productivity
By Kyndra Cleveland; University of California Irvine
Jodi Quas; UCI
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
   Presented by: Kyndra Cleveland, University of California Irvine
 

Scaffolding Children’s Testimony: Relations of Narrative Structure and Format of Attorney Questions with Child Witness Responses
By J. Zoe Klemfuss; Florida International University
Kyndra Cleveland; University of California Irvine
Jodi Quas; UCI
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
   Presented by: J. Zoe Klemfuss, Florida International University
 

Discussant:   Gail Goodman, UC Davis
 
Session 5: Forensic Use of the Static-99R
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Gregory DeClue,
Session type: contributed
 

Forensic Use of the Static-99R: Part 1. Choice of a Comparison Group
By Denis Zavodny; GA Department of Behavioral Health & DD
Gregory DeClue
   Presented by: Gregory DeClue,
 

Forensic Use of the Static-99R: Part 2. Calibration Performance Indicators
By Terence Campbell; Independent Practice
Gregory DeClue
   Presented by: Gregory DeClue,
 

Forensic Use of the Static-99R: Part 3. Applying Empirical Research Regarding Clinical Adjustments
By Gregory DeClue
   Presented by: Gregory DeClue,
 

Forensic Use of the Static-99R: Part 4. Risk Communication
By Gregory DeClue
Denis Zavodny; GA Department of Behavioral Health & DD
   Presented by: Gregory DeClue,
 

Discussant:   Daniel Murrie, University of Virginia School of Medicine
 
Session 6: Expert Witness Bias
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted
Session Chair: Tess Neal, University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
Session type: contributed
 

Vulnerability of Psychologists to Bias and Decision Making Errors in Clinical Forensic Evaluation
By Elizabeth Hunt; University of South Florida
Randy Otto
   Presented by: Randy Otto,
 

Markers of Potential Bias in a Sample of Forensic Reports
By Tess Neal; University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
   Presented by: Tess Neal, University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
 

Do Defendants appear to have Different Personality Traits when Being Interviewed by Allied and Opposing Evaluators?
By Lauren Vera; AP-LS
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Alixandra Burks; Sam Houston State University
Stephanie Kline; Sam Houston State University
Cindy Mena; Sam Houston State University
Hayley Wechsler; Sam Houston State University
Daniel Murrie; University of Virginia School of Medicine
   Presented by: Lauren Vera, AP-LS
 

Remedying adversarial allegiance? An investigation of the impact of concurrent testimony from referral through testimony.
By Jennifer Perillo; Winston-Salem State University
Anthony Perillo; The Graduate Center and John Jay College, CUNY
Margaret Kovera; John Jay College - CUNY
   Presented by: Jennifer Perillo, Winston-Salem State University
 

Discussant:   Thomas Grisso, University of Massachusetts Medical School
 
Session 7: Advances in Jury Decision Making and Emotion
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Richard Wiener, University of Nebraska
Session type: contributed
 

Anticipated Affect and Sentencing Decisions in First Degree Murder
By Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Richard Wiener, University of Nebraska
 

Stereotype Content Model and Juror Decisions in Age Discrimination Claims
By Katlyn Farnum; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Katlyn Farnum, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

The Coherence Effect: Blending Cold and Hot Cognitions in Legal Decision Making
By Dan Simon; USC
Douglas Stenstrom; California State Univesrsity, Los Angeles
Stephen Read; University of Southern California
   Presented by: Dan Simon, USC
 

Can we trust emotional jurors? The role of emotion on jurors’ use of standards of proof
By Yimoon Choi; University of Nebraska
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
Michael Holtje; U.S. Department of State
   Presented by: Yimoon Choi, University of Nebraska
 

Discussant:   Edie Greene, UCCS
 
Session 8: Teen Dating Violence: Longitudinal Community Research Informing Legal Policy
March 6, 2014 14:15 to 15:35
Estherwood, 4th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted
Session Chair: N. Dickon Reppucci, University of Virginia
Session type: contributed
 

Legal Responses to Teen Dating Violence: Past, Present, and the Way Forward
By N. Dickon Reppucci; University of Virginia
Lucy Guarnera; University of Virginia
Dylan Holt; University of Virginia
Tammi Walker; University of Virginia
   Presented by: N. Dickon Reppucci, University of Virginia
 

Static vs. Dynamic Risk Factors for Teen Dating Violence
By Lucy Guarnera; University of Virginia
N. Dickon Reppucci; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Lucy Guarnera, University of Virginia
 

Exploring Relationship-level Risk Factors in Teen Dating Abuse: Does Relationship Intimacy or Deviancy Matter More?
By Alison Nagel; University of Virginia
Barbara Oudekerk; National Institute of Justice
N. Dickon Reppucci; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Alison Nagel, University of Virginia
 

Family and Social Support as Factors Protecting Against Recurrent Teen Dating Abuse
By Tammi Walker; University of Virginia
Barbara Oudekerk; National Institute of Justice
N. Dickon Reppucci; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Tammi Walker, University of Virginia
 
Session 9: Detecting Deception
March 6, 2014 15:50 to 16:50
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Iris Blandon-Gitlin, CSU Fullerton
Session type: contributed
 

Imposing Cognitive Load Reduces Accuracy When Detecting Intention
By Elise Fenn; Claremont Graduate University
Mollie McGuire; Claremont Graduate University
Sara Langben; Claremont Graduate University
Iris Blandon-Gitlin; CSU Fullerton
   Presented by: Elise Fenn, Claremont Graduate University
 

Weighting Guidelines for Content Cues to Deception: Do they Improve Accuracy?
By Siegfried Sporer; University of Giessen
   Presented by: Siegfried Sporer, University of Giessen
 

Subtyping the behavioral effects of deceit and the implications for deception detection
By Marcus Juodis; Dalhousie University
Stephen Porter; University of British Columbia - Okanagan
   Presented by: Marcus Juodis, Dalhousie University
 

The Effect of Mirror on Liars and Truth-tellers in Detecting Deceit
By Seung-Hyuk Choi; Korea Univ.
Leo Yang; Korea University
SoEun Choi; Korea University
Seung Kyung Baek; Korea university
Taekyun HUR; Korea University
   Presented by: Seung-Hyuk Choi, Korea Univ.
 
Session 10: Personality Disorders and Psychopathy
March 6, 2014 15:50 to 16:50
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Richard Rogers,
Session type: invited
 

Core Symptoms of Psychopathic PD: A Prototypicality Study
By Yan Lim; Simon Fraser University
Alana Cook; Simon Fraser University
Simone Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
Brianne Layden; Simon Fraser University
Kate Bousfield; Simon Fraser University
Stephen Hart; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Yan Lim, Simon Fraser University
 

Where are the Borders of Borderline PD?
By Simone Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
Yan Lim; Simon Fraser University
Alana Cook; Simon Fraser University
Brianne Layden; Simon Fraser University
Kate Bousfield; Simon Fraser University
Stephen Hart; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Simone Viljoen, Simon Fraser University
 

Psychopathy and Cluster B Traits: Using Competing Hypotheses to Evaluate Risk in Female Psychiatric Patients
By Jill Rogstad; Mendota Mental Health Institute
Richard Rogers
Jennifer Steadham; UNT
   Presented by: Jill Rogstad, Mendota Mental Health Institute
 

Developing a Conceptual Map of Borderline Personality Disorder
By Brianne Layden; Simon Fraser University
Simone Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
Yan Lim; Simon Fraser University
Alana Cook; Simon Fraser University
Kate Bousfield; Simon Fraser University
Stephen Hart; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Brianne Layden, Simon Fraser University
 
Session 11: Child Witnesses
March 6, 2014 15:50 to 16:50
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jason Dickinson, Montclair State University
Session type: invited
 

Exploring the effect of interview aids on verbal interactions between interviewers and children during investigative interviews (Student)
By Missy Wolfman; Victoria University of Wellington
Paul Jose; Victoria University of Wellington
Deirdre Brown; Victoria University of Wellington
   Presented by: Missy Wolfman, Victoria University of Wellington
 

Thoughtless Pointing to Body Diagrams is Associated with Individual Differences in Cognitive Control
By Sonja Brubacher; Central Michigan University
Debra Poole; Central Michigan University
Jason Dickinson; Montclair State University
Allison Liberty; Central Michigan University
Amanda Kaake; Central Michigan University
   Presented by: Sonja Brubacher, Central Michigan University
 

A Detailed Investigation of Recanted Child Sexual Abuse Cases
By Lindsay Malloy; Florida International University
Allison Mugno; Florida International University
Jillian Rivard; Florida International University
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
Jodi Quas; UCI
   Presented by: Lindsay Malloy, Florida International University
 

Supporting Children in Legal Contexts: The Effects of a Court Education Program on Court-Related Stress
By Rebecca Nathanson; University of Nevada, Las Vegas
   Presented by: Rebecca Nathanson, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
 
Session 12: Juvenile Offender Outcomes
March 6, 2014 15:50 to 16:50
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: David DeMatteo, Drexel University
Session type: contributed
 

Incidence and Correlates of Animal Maltreatment in a Community Sample
By Heidi Strohmaier; Drexel University
Amanda NeMoyer; Drexel University
Megan Murphy; Drexel University
Sarah Filone; Drexel University
David DeMatteo; Drexel University
   Presented by: Heidi Strohmaier, Drexel University
 

Knowledge is Power: Parents and Juvenile Probationary Success
By Caitlin Cavanagh
   Presented by: Caitlin Cavanagh,
 

Impact of SAVRY Training on Juvenile Probation Officers’ Knowledge about Risk Assessment and Inter-rater Agreement
By Laura Guy; Umass Medical School
Rachael Perrault; UMass Medical School
Bernice Gershenson; UMass Medical School
Gina Vincent; UMass Medical School
Thomas Grisso; University of Massachusetts Medical School
   Presented by: Laura Guy, Umass Medical School
 

Parental, Teacher, and Police Legitimacy: A Longitudinal Test of the Procedural Justice Model of Legal Socialization
By Ellen Cohn; University of New Hampshire
   Presented by: Ellen Cohn, University of New Hampshire
 
Session 13: Privacy and the Law
March 6, 2014 15:50 to 16:50
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Eve Brank, University of Nebraska
Session type: contributed
 

Beyond choice or consent: a law and psychology approach to privacy protection
By Eoin Carolan; University College Dublin
   Presented by: Eoin Carolan, University College Dublin
 

Give me a home where the drug sniffing dog doesn’t roam: Privacy expectations for canine searches
By Jennifer Groscup; Scripps College
Alex Rivera; Pitzer College
Lori Hoetger; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Eve Brank; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Jennifer Groscup, Scripps College
 

I know what I know: The effect of knowledge on 4th Amendment rights
By Eve Brank; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jennifer Groscup; Scripps College
Lori Hoetger; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Eve Brank, University of Nebraska
 

Using Internet and Social Media Data as a Collateral Source in Forensic Evaluations
By Ashley Estoup; Fairleigh Dickinson University
Gianni Pirelli; Independent Practice
Randy Otto
   Presented by: Gianni Pirelli, Independent Practice
 
Session 14: Suspect Abilities and Strategies During Interrogation
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Maria Hartwig, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Session type: contributed
 

The World is not Fair: An Examination of Innocent and Guilty Suspects' Waiver Decisions
By Kyle Scherr; Central Michigan University
Andrew Franks; Central Michigan University
   Presented by: Kyle Scherr, Central Michigan University
 

Suspect counter-interrogation strategies: The effect of prior knowledge of the interviewing techniques
By Timothy Luke; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Maria Hartwig; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Benjamin Shamash; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Pär Anders Granhag; University of Gothenburg
   Presented by: Timothy Luke, John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
 

Examining Interrogative Suggestibility and Decision-Making Ability in Adults in the Community
By Darci Van Dyke; University of North Dakota
Troy Ertelt; Assessment and Therapy Associates of Grand Forks, PLLC
Thomas Petros; University of North Dakota
Brianna Battles; University of North Dakota
   Presented by: Darci Van Dyke, University of North Dakota
 

Examining Interrogative Suggestibility and Decision-Making Competence in Incarcerated and Community Adults
By Troy Ertelt; Assessment and Therapy Associates of Grand Forks, PLLC
Darci Van Dyke; University of North Dakota
Thomas Petros; University of North Dakota
Beth Klithermes; University of North Dakota
Kristin Matson; University of North Dakota
Brianna Battles; University of North Dakota
Sheryl Holter Vogel; University of North Dakota
   Presented by: Troy Ertelt, Assessment and Therapy Associates of Grand Forks, PLLC
 
Session 15: Developmental Issues and Psychopathic Traits
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Samuel Hawes, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Session type: invited
 

Comparing Adult and Adolescent Offenders in the Relation Between Psychopathic Traits and Response Modulation Deficits
By Stephanie Clark
Jennifer Skeem; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Stephanie Clark,
 

Differential Associations of DSM-5 Section III Disinhibition and Antagonism Personality Domains with Externalizing Behaviors
By Jaime Anderson; The University of Alabama
Alexandria Johnson; University of Alabama
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
   Presented by: Jaime Anderson, The University of Alabama
 

Psychopathic Features Across Development: Longitudinal Invariance, Stability and Change, and Prediction of Adulthood Offending
By Samuel Hawes; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Amy Byrd; University of Pittsburgh
Donald Lynam; Purdue University
Dustin Pardini; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
   Presented by: Samuel Hawes, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 

Caught in a Lie: An Experimental Examination of Lie-Telling among Children with Disruptive Behavior Disorders
By Allison Mugno; Florida International University
Lindsay Malloy; Florida International University
Victoria Talwar; McGill University
Dan Waschbusch; Penn State University
   Presented by: Allison Mugno, Florida International University
 
Session 16: AP-LS Student Section Committee Special Panel: Advice on Early Career Success from Successful Early Career Professionals
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Nottoway, 4th floor
 
The AP-LS Student Section Committee will host a panel featuring both clinical and experimental early career professionals who have had different forms of early career success. Panelists will discuss how they obtained their current professional appointments and field audience questions. Featured clinical panelists are Drs. Natalie Anumba, Stephanie Brooks Holliday, and Lisa Kan, and featured experimental panelists are Drs. Jennifer Eno Louden, Lindsay Malloy, and Sarah Manchak. This panel will be of particular value to undergraduate and graduate students, clinical students currently on internship, and early career professionals.
Session Chairs:
1. Christopher King, Drexel University
2. Casey LaDuke, Drexel University
Session type: invited
 
Session 17: Sex Offenders: Predictors and Perceptions
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Amy Wevodau, Sam Houston State University/University of Massachusetts Medical School
Session type: contributed
 

A Psychometric Evaluation of the Community Attitudes Toward Sex Offenders (CASTO) Scale Among Potential Jurors
By Amy Wevodau; Sam Houston State University/University of Massachusetts Medical School
Tess Gemberling; Sam Houston State University
Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
John Clark; University of Texas Tyler
   Presented by: Amy Wevodau, Sam Houston State University/University of Massachusetts Medical School
 

Commitment Decisions and Static-99/99R Data for Sex Offenders in Federal Custody
By Nancy Panza; California State University Fullerton
Alix McLearen; Federal Bureau of Prisons
Stephen Jahnke; Bureau of Prisons
Ivonne Bazerman; Bureau of Prisons
   Presented by: Nancy Panza, California State University Fullerton
 

Race, Attachment Styles, and Family Structure Differences among Juvenile Delinquents with and without Sexual Offenses
By Ashley Norwood-Strickland; Auburn University
Rebecca Fix; Auburn University
Hugo Morais; Auburn University
Peggy Buckley; Auburn University
Barry Burkhart; Auburn University
   Presented by: Ashley Norwood-Strickland, Auburn University
 

Predictive Validity of the J-SOAP-II Across Discharge Settings and Offender Characteristics
By Charity Wijetunga; Fordham University
Barry Rosenfeld; Fordham University
Ricardo Martinez; Fordham University
   Presented by: Charity Wijetunga, Fordham University
 
Session 18: Juvenile Justice System
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Estherwood, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Mark Fondacaro, John Jay College
Session type: contributed
 

Early Life Stress and Callous-Unemotional Traits Influence Testosterone’s Diurnal Rhythm: Implications for Juvenile Justice
By Andrew Dismukes; University of New Orleans
Michael Vitacco; Georgia Regents University
Megan Johnson; University of California-Berkeley
Yoojin Lee; University of New Orleans
Elizabeth Shirtcliff; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Andrew Dismukes, University of New Orleans
 

Rethinking the Scientific, Legal, and Policy Implications of the Diminished Culpability Model of Juvenile Justice
By Mark Fondacaro; John Jay College
Megan O'Toole; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY Graduate Center
   Presented by: Mark Fondacaro, John Jay College
 

Using a community psychological model to alleviate racial disparities in the juvenile justice system: The value of working in an applied legal setting
By Todd Warner; University of Virginia
Tammi Walker; University of Virginia
N. Dickon Reppucci; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Todd Warner, University of Virginia
 
Session 19: Competency and Decisional Capacity
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: William Gowensmith, University of Denver
Session type: contributed
 

Distinguishing characteristics related to opinions of competency and sanity in joint evaluations
By Lauren Kois; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
Janet Warren; University of Virginia
Preeti Chauhan; John Jay College, City University of New York
James Wellbeloved-Stone; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Lauren Kois, John Jay College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
 

States’ Standards for Training and Certifying Evaluators of Competency to Stand Trial
By Alexandra Karas; University of Denver
William Gowensmith; University of Denver
Debra Pinals; Massachusetts Department of Mental Health
   Presented by: Alexandra Karas, University of Denver
 

Prevalence and patterns of medical decision-making impairment in terminally ill cancer patients
By Elissa Kolva; Fordham University
Barry Rosenfeld; Fordham University
   Presented by: Elissa Kolva, Fordham University
 
Session 20: Expert Testimony and Jury Decision Making
March 6, 2014 17:00 to 18:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kate Houston, University of Texas at El Paso
Session type: invited
 

Debiasing Juror Perceptions of the Infallibility of Forensic Identification Evidence: The Effects of Expert Testimony and Perspective-taking
By Heather Butler; Cal State Dominguez Hills
   Presented by: Heather Butler, Cal State Dominguez Hills
 

Can Expert Testimony Sensitize Jurors to the Coerciveness of Interrogation Tactics?
By Angela Yarbrough; John Jay College and the Graduate Center
Steve Penrod; John Jay College -- CUNY
   Presented by: Angela Yarbrough, John Jay College and the Graduate Center
 

Secondary Confessions: Do Incentive Size and Social Science Expert Testimony Influence Juror Decision Making?
By Emily Pica; Carleton University
Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
   Presented by: Emily Pica, Carleton University
 

Expert Testimony on Eyewitness Evidence: In Search of Commonsense
By Kate Houston; University of Texas at El Paso
Lorraine Hope; University of Portsmouth
Amina Memon; Royal Holloway, University of London
J. Don Read; Simon Fraser Unversity
   Presented by: Kate Houston, University of Texas at El Paso
 
Session 21: Interviewing and Interrogation Techniques
March 7, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Maria Hartwig, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Session type: contributed
 

The development of the Rapport Scales for Investigative Interviews and Interrogations
By Misty Duke; University of Texas at El Paso
James Wood; University of Texas at El Paso
Matthew Scullin; University of Texas at El Paso
Julie LaBianca; University of Texas at El Paso
   Presented by: Misty Duke, University of Texas at El Paso
 

Evidence disclosure strategies in interviews with suspects; A study of beliefs and practice
By Dave Walsh; University of Derby
   Presented by: Thomas Ormerod, University of Surrey UK
 

Police Interrogations and Confessions in Canada: Recent Legal Developments
By Marc Patry; Saint Mary's University
Steven Smith; Saint Mary's University
Nicole Adams; Saint Mary's University
   Presented by: Marc Patry, Saint Mary's University
 

Interviewing to Elicit Information: Using Priming to Promote Disclosure in Intelligence Interviews
By Evan Dawson; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Maria Hartwig; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Laure Brimbal; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Charles Leps; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
   Presented by: Evan Dawson, John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
 
Session 22: Juror Characteristics, Attitudes, and Bias
March 7, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: David Yokum, University of Arizona
Session type: invited
 

The Inability of Jurors to Self-Diagnose Bias
By David Yokum; University of Arizona
   Presented by: David Yokum, University of Arizona
 

Exploring Attitudes toward Mental Illness as an Influential Factor in Juror Decision-Making: A Comparison of Sample Types
By Annik Mossiere; University of Saskatchewan
Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
   Presented by: Annik Mossiere, University of Saskatchewan
 

Deliberating with Similarly versus Dissimilarly Biased Individuals: Influence on Jurors’ Decisions and Impressions
By Christine Ruva; University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee
Theana Cunningham; University of South Florida
Felicia Cimaszewski; University of South Florida
Darcy McCoy; University of South Florida
   Presented by: Christine Ruva, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee
 

The Continuing Significance of Death Qualification
By Craig Haney; University of California, Santa Cruz
Eileen Zurbriggen; University of California, Santa Cruz
Joanna Weill; University of California, Santa Cruz
   Presented by: Joanna Weill, University of California, Santa Cruz
 
Session 23: Risk Assessment 1: Reliability and Validity
March 7, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Barry Rosenfeld, Fordham University
Session type: invited
 

Evaluating the Reliability, Validity, and Utility of the HCR-20V3
By Jacqueline Howe; Fordham University
Barry Rosenfeld; Fordham University
Melodie Foellmi; Fordham University
Stephanie Stern; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Lily Bopp; Fordham University
Merrill Rotter; Bronx Psychiatric Center
   Presented by: Jacqueline Howe, Fordham University
 

Reliability of the Multi-level Guidelines (MLG) for the assessment and management of group-based violence
By Alana Cook; Simon Fraser University
Stephen Hart; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Alana Cook, Simon Fraser University
 

Examining the Validity of the SAPROF in a civil psychiatric population
By Simone Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
Tonia Nicholls; University of British Columbia
Nathalie Gagnon; Kwantlen University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
Johann Brink; BCMHA Forenic Services
   Presented by: Simone Viljoen, Simon Fraser University
 

Violence Risk Assessment in Military Veterans: Predictive Validity of a Brief Screening Tool
By Eric Elbogen
   Presented by: Eric Elbogen,
 
Session 24: APLS Presidential Address
March 7, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Psychology and law is bigger than ever…and is having impact. Eyewitness research – prototypic of legal psychology – is informing justice policy (Wells, 2005). Forensic psychology is an established specialty with its own guidelines, assessment tools, and programs for training clinicians to be useful to the courts (Heilbrun & Brooks, 2010). Still, as observed by past AP-LS presidents, the influence of the field as a whole on law, policy, and psychological science is limited. In this talk, I share new thoughts on advancing old goals of (a) broadening the discipline, and (b) becoming less “silo-ed” and more relevant to social justice and problem-solving.
Session Chair: Jennifer Skeem, University of California, Irvine
Session type: invited
 
Session 25: Options for Offenders with Mental Illness
March 7, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Sarah Desmarais, North Carolina State University
Session type: contributed
 

Courts, cops, clinicians and community corrections: Differences in understanding violence risk in the mentally ill
By William Gowensmith; University of Denver
Ashleigh Tassin; University of Denver
   Presented by: William Gowensmith, University of Denver
 

Model Penal Code § 305.7: Sentence Modification Options for Offenders with Serious Mental Disorders
By Lea Johnston; University of Florida Levin College of L
   Presented by: Lea Johnston, University of Florida Levin College of L
 

Physical and Mental Health Status of Clients in a Mental Health Jail Diversion Program
By Robin Telford; University of South Florida
Sarah Desmarais; North Carolina State University
Richard Van Dorn; RTI International
Candalyn Rade; North Carolina State University
Evan Lowder; North Carolina State University
John Petrila; University of South Florida
   Presented by: Robin Telford, University of South Florida
 

Effectiveness of Telepsychology in Correctional and Forensic Practice: A Research Synthesis and Meta-Analysis
By Ashley Batastini; Texas Tech University
Christopher King; Drexel University
Nina MacLean; Texas Tech University
Stephanie Van Horn; Texas Tech University
Robert Morgan; Texas Tech University
   Presented by: Ashley Batastini, Texas Tech University
 
Session 26: Symptom and Performance Validity
March 7, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Gina Najolia, Louisiana State University/Patton State Hospital
Session type: invited
 

The SIRS-2 IF Scale as a Measure of Feigned Cognitive Impairment
By Laura Grossi; Fairleigh Dickinson University
Debbie Green; Fairleigh Dickinson University
Brian Belfi; Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center
Joseph Brand; Fordham University
   Presented by: Laura Grossi, Fairleigh Dickinson University
 

An Examination of Behavioral Speech Characteristics Distinguishing Feigned and Genuine Schizophrenia
By Gina Najolia; Louisiana State University/Patton State Hospital
Tracey Auster; Louisiana State University
Alex Cohen; Louisiana State University
   Presented by: Gina Najolia, Louisiana State University/Patton State Hospital
 

Qualitative Scoring of the Rey-15 Item Memory Test in Criminal Malingerers
By Lindsey North
   Presented by: Lindsey North,
 

Do social desirability biases statistically affect the relationship between psychopathy and external criteria?
By Ashley Watts; Emory Universty
Scott Lilienfeld; Emory University
John Edens; Texas A&M University
Jennifer Skeem; University of California, Irvine
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Ashley Watts, Emory Universty
 
Session 27: Aids to Jurors' Understanding of Eyewitness Identification
March 7, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted.
Session Chair: Steve Penrod, John Jay College -- CUNY
Session type: contributed
 

The legal engine that couldn’t: Cross-examination fails to correct for feedback effects on evaluations of eyewitness testimony
By Laura Smalarz; Iowa State University
Sarah Norris; Iowa State University
Gary Wells; Iowa State University
   Presented by: Laura Smalarz, Iowa State University
 

Helping Jurors Understand Eyewitness Identifications: Deliberations and Judicial Instructions
By Amanda Nicholson; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Angela Yarbrough; John Jay College and the Graduate Center
Marlee Berman; John Jay College Graduate Center, CUNY
Cora Hui; John Jay College, Graduate Center, CUNY
Steve Penrod; John Jay College -- CUNY
   Presented by: Amanda Nicholson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

Do Issue-Specific Judicial Instructions Sensitize Jurors to Eyewitness Identification Accuracy?
By Marlee Berman; John Jay College Graduate Center, CUNY
Angela Yarbrough; John Jay College and the Graduate Center
Amanda Nicholson; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Cora Hui; John Jay College, Graduate Center, CUNY
Steve Penrod; John Jay College -- CUNY
   Presented by: Marlee Berman, John Jay College Graduate Center, CUNY
 

Discussant:   Gary Wells, Iowa State University
 
Session 28: Psycho-Legal Issues in Recent Cases
March 7, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session type: invited
 

Psychological Issues in Recent Legal Cases
By Chris Slobogin; Vanderbilt University
   Presented by: Chris Slobogin, Vanderbilt University
   Discussant:   Chris Slobogin, Vanderbilt University
 
Session 29: The National Trajectory Project: Individuals found Not Criminally Responsible on Account of Mental Disorder (NCRMD)
March 7, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Anne Crocker, McGill University
Session type: contributed
 

Profiles, processing and outcomes of mentally disordered offenders: An examination of the Canadian forensic system
By Anne Crocker; McGill University
Tonia Nicholls; University of British Columbia
Michael Seto; Royal Ottawa Health Care Group
Yanick Charette; University of Montreal
Gilles Cote; Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Malijai caulet; Douglas Mental Health University Institute
   Presented by: Anne Crocker, McGill University
   Discussant:   Ron Roesch, Simon Fraser University
 

The women of the National Trajectory Project: Examining profiles and recidivism through a gendered lens
By Tonia Nicholls; University of British Columbia
Anne Crocker; McGill University
Michael Seto; Royal Ottawa Health Care Group
Yanick Charette; University of Montreal
Catherine Wilson; University British Columbia, Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
Gilles Cote; Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Malijai caulet; Douglas Mental Health University Institute
   Presented by: Tonia Nicholls, University of British Columbia
   Discussant:   Ron Roesch, Simon Fraser University
 

The influence of intermediary housing on the recidivism patterns of individuals found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder
By Leila Salem; Douglas Mental Health University Institute
Anne Crocker; McGill University
Yanick Charette; University of Montreal
Michael Seto; Royal Ottawa Health Care Group
Tonia Nicholls; University of British Columbia
Gilles Cote; Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
   Presented by: Leila Salem, Douglas Mental Health University Institute
   Discussant:   Ron Roesch, Simon Fraser University
 

Risk Factors Associated with Review Board Disposition Decisions for NCRMD Accused
By Catherine Wilson; University British Columbia, Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
Tonia Nicholls; University of British Columbia
Anne Crocker; McGill University
Michael Seto; Royal Ottawa Health Care Group
Gilles Cote; Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières
Malijai caulet; Douglas Mental Health University Institute
   Presented by: Catherine Wilson, University British Columbia, Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
   Discussant:   Ron Roesch, Simon Fraser University
 

Discussant:   Ron Roesch, Simon Fraser University
 
Session 30: Psychopathy and victimology: An examination of victim experiences and the relationship between psychopathy and perceptions of victim vulnerability
March 7, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Julie Blais, Carleton University
Session type: contributed
 

Do Psychopathic Traits Enable Victim Selection?
By Angela Book; Brock University
Nathalie Gauthier; Brock University
   Presented by: Nathalie Gauthier, Brock University
 

Perceptions of victim vulnerability: The role of personality and abuse experiences
By Mary Ritchie; Carleton University
Julie Blais; Carleton University
Adelle Forth; Carleton University
Angela Book; Brock University
   Presented by: Mary Ritchie, Carleton University
 

Psychopathic Traits and the Fear Enjoyment Hypothesis
By Ashley Hosker-Field; Brock University
Angela Book; Brock University
   Presented by: Ashley Hosker-Field, Brock University
 

Surveying Student Experiences with Psychopathy
By Emily MacDougall; University of Alabama
Randall Salekin; University of Alabama
   Presented by: Emily MacDougall, University of Alabama
 

Discussant:   Martin Sellbom, Australian National University
 
Session 31: Application of Neuroscientific Methods and Research to Psycho-Legal Questions
March 7, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Ekaterina Pivovarova, Center for Law, Brain and Behavior / Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Session type: contributed
 

fMRI Study of Adolescents with CU-CD and Co-Morbid Stimulant Abuse
By Gina Vincent; UMass Medical School
Lora Cope; Mind Research Network
Prashanth Nyalakanti; Mind Research Network
   Presented by: Gina Vincent, UMass Medical School
 

The Value of Psychopathy: Aberrant Computation of Subjective Value During Intertemporal Choice in Incarcerated Males with Psychopathy
By Joshua Buckholtz; Harvard University
Hayley Dorfman; Harvard University
erik Kastman; Harvard University
Kent Kiehl; Mind Research Network
   Presented by: Joshua Buckholtz, Harvard University
 

Neuroimaging of Deception: What We Know, Need to Learn, and Can Apply Practically
By Ekaterina Pivovarova; Center for Law, Brain and Behavior / Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Justin Baker; Center for Law, Brain and Behavior / Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Judy Edersheim; Center for Law, Brain and Behavior / Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Bruce Price; Center for Law, Brain and Behavior / Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
   Presented by: Ekaterina Pivovarova, Center for Law, Brain and Behavior / Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School
 

Neuroimaging Evidence in Court: An Analysis of Empirical Research, Legal Arguments, and Admissibility Standards
By Lyn Gaudet Kiehl; The Mind Research Network
Julia Lushing; The Mind Research Network
Kent Kiehl; The Mind Research Network
   Presented by: Lyn Gaudet Kiehl, The Mind Research Network
 

Discussant:   Scott Lilienfeld, Emory University
 
Session 32: Should Adolescents' Consensual Sexual Behavior be Punished Under Sex Offender Laws? This Ambiguity Breeds Modern Bias Against Stigmatized Groups
March 7, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chairs:
1. Margaret Stevenson,
2. Jessica Salerno, Arizona State University
Session type: contributed
 

Adolescent Racial Composition Shapes Perceptions of Juvenile Sex Offenders
By Margaret Stevenson
Katlyn Farnum; University of Nebraska Lincoln
Amy Romine; University of Evansville
Ady Shea; University of Evansville
Amanda Dzwario; University of Evansville
   Presented by: Margaret Stevenson,
 

Gender Bias in Perceived Criminality of Adolescent “Sext” Offenders
By Alex Jay; Arizona State University
Jessica Salerno; Arizona State University
Mary Murphy; Indiana University
Bette Bottoms; University of Illinois at Chicago
   Presented by: Alex Jay, Arizona State University
 

Why Are We More Lenient on “Lipstick Lesbians” than Other Gay Offenders? Differences in Perceived Sexuality Malleability and Intent Predict Punishment
By Jessica Salerno; Arizona State University
Alicia DeVault; University of Nevada-Reno
Justin Stevens; Arizona State University
   Presented by: Jessica Salerno, Arizona State University
 

Anti-Gay Attitudes, Sexual Orientation, and Exposure to Gays Predict Juvenile Sex Offender Registration Support
By Sarah Malik; University of Evansville
Margaret Stevenson
   Presented by: Sarah Malik, University of Evansville
 

Discussant:   Bette Bottoms, University of Illinois at Chicago
 
Session 33: Guilty Pleas and Other Legal Responsibility Taking
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Allison Redlich, University at Albany (SUNY)
Session type: contributed
 

The Letter Versus The Spirit of The Law: A Lay Perspective on Culpability
By Stephen Garcia; University of Michigan
Matthew Gordon; Northwestern University Law School
Patricia Chen; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
   Presented by: Stephen Garcia, University of Michigan
   Discussant:   Saul Kassin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

True and False Guilty Plea Decision-Making
By Reveka Shteynberg; University at Albany, SUNY
Allison Redlich; University at Albany (SUNY)
   Presented by: Reveka Shteynberg, University at Albany, SUNY
   Discussant:   Saul Kassin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

The effect of prior false confession on guilty plea decisions.
By Jennifer Perillo; Winston-Salem State University
William Crozier; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Cynthia Pollick; New York University
Saul Kassin; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
   Presented by: Jennifer Perillo, Winston-Salem State University
   Discussant:   Saul Kassin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

Race and homicide in Florida: 30 Years after Radelet & Pierece, has anything changed?
By Vanessa Edkins; Florida Institute of Technology
   Presented by: Vanessa Edkins, Florida Institute of Technology
   Discussant:   Saul Kassin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

Discussant:   Saul Kassin, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 
Session 34: The Marginalization of Lawyers in APLS
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session type: invited
 

"Something's Happening/And You Don't Know What It Is": Why the Marginalization of Lawyers and the Law in AP-LS Is Bad for AP-LS, Psychology, and the Law
By Chris Slobogin; Vanderbilt University
   Presented by: Chris Slobogin, Vanderbilt University
   Discussant:   Chris Slobogin, Vanderbilt University
 
Session 35: Questioning Alleged Victims of Child Abuse: Insights from Field and Laboratory Research
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Elizabeth Ahern, University of Cambridge
Session type: contributed
 

"She Told me 'What Happened?'" Young Children's Misuse of the Verbs "Ask" and "Tell" in the Lab and in Court
By Stacia Stolzenberg; USC Gould School of Law
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
Christen Philips; USC Gould School of Law
Jennifer Mascia; USC Gould School of Law
   Presented by: Stacia Stolzenberg, USC Gould School of Law
 

Interviewer behaviour and its effects on the reluctance of alleged child abuse victims: Comparing the Revised and Standard-NICHD Protocols
By Elizabeth Ahern; University of Cambridge
Uri Blasbalg; University of Haifa
irit hershkowitz; University of Haifa
Michael Lamb; University of Cambridge
Alice Winstanley; University of Cambridge
   Presented by: Elizabeth Ahern, University of Cambridge
 

Children’s responses to feelings questions about sexual abuse
By Elizabeth Ahern; University of Cambridge
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
Brittany Younger; USC Gould School of Law
   Presented by: Elizabeth Ahern, University of Cambridge
 

Evaluating the NICHD Investigative Interview Protocol: A laboratory study
By Deirdre Brown; Victoria University of Wellington
Michael Lamb; University of Cambridge
Charles Lewis; Lancaster University
Yael Orbach; National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Margaret-Ellen Pipe; Brooklyn College
Missy Wolfman; Victoria University of Wellington
   Presented by: Elizabeth Ahern, University of Cambridge
 
Session 36: Multicultural Issues in Forensic Psychology: Past Research and Future Directions
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers or as posters if not accepted
Session Chair: Jorge Varela, Sam Houston State University
Session type: contributed
 

Risk Assessment and Cultural Diversity: A Study Space Analysis
By Ernie Gonzalez Jr.; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Tatjana Damnjanovic; Sam Houston State University
Jason Lawrence; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Ernie Gonzalez Jr., Sam Houston State University
 

A Study Space Reviewing Research on Multicultural Concerns in Malingering Assessment
By Jennifer McLaughlin; Sam Houston State University
Lisa Kan; Sam Houston State University
Brett Gardner; Sam Houston State University
John Manning; Sam Houston State University
Brittany Bate; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Lisa Kan, Sam Houston State University
 

Competency for Immigration Proceedings: Survey of Immigration Attorneys
By Kristy Becker; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
Tami Gomez; Immigration Attorney
   Presented by: Jorge Varela, Sam Houston State University
 

Mental Health, Acculturation and Factual Understanding of Immigration Court Proceedings in a Community Sample of Latino/a Immigrants
By Alexandra Tellez; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
Mirna Mendoza; Sam Houston State University
Brigitte Pernia; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Alexandra Tellez, Sam Houston State University
 

Discussant:   Patricia Zapf, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (CUNY)
 
Session 37: Gender Specific Issues in Juvenile Justice: Female Trajectories and Psychosocial Maturity
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Elizabeth Cauffman, University of California, Irvine
Session type: contributed
 

Pathways to Persistence: Female Offending from 14 to 25
By Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
Kathryn Monahan; University of Pittsburgh
April Thomas; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Elizabeth Cauffman, University of California, Irvine
 

Psychosocial maturity and its relationship with emotion regulation, mental health symptoms, and anger in adolescent girls in residential juvenile justice placements
By Kathleen Kemp; Rhode Island Hospital
Christina Riggs Romaine; Wheaton College
Christy Giallella; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Jennifer Serico; Kennedy Krieger Institute
Amanda Zelechoski; Valparaiso University
   Presented by: Kathleen Kemp, Rhode Island Hospital
 

Can we hasten development? Effects of treatment on psychosocial maturity
By Christina Riggs Romaine; Wheaton College
Kathleen Kemp; Rhode Island Hospital
Lindsey Peterson; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Emily Haney-Caron; Drexel University
Rachel Kalbeitzer; Nebraska Dept of Correctional Services
   Presented by: Christina Riggs Romaine, Wheaton College
 

Discussant:   Naomi Goldstein, Drexel University
 
Session 38: Conditional Release and Decision-Making with Forensic Patients
March 7, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Michael Vitacco, Georgia Regents University
Session type: contributed
 

Risk Assessment and Decision Making in Forensic Patients Under Consideration for Release
By Michael Vitacco; Georgia Regents University
Karen Bailey; Georgia DBHDD
Denis Zavodny; GA Department of Behavioral Health & DD
Christina Waggoner
Holly Tabernik; Georgia Regents University
   Presented by: Michael Vitacco, Georgia Regents University
 

Decision-making in post-acquittal hospital release: How do forensic evaluators make their decisions?
By Amanda Bryant
William Gowensmith; University of Denver
Michael Vitacco
   Presented by: Amanda Bryant,
 

Predicting Voluntary and Involuntary Re-admissions to Forensic Hospitals by Insanity Acquittees in the State of Maryland: A three year follow-up
By Daniel Marshall; Fielding Graduate School
Joan Reed; Fielding Graduate School
Michael Vitacco
   Presented by: Michael Vitacco, Georgia Regents University
 

Discussant:   Debbie Green, Fairleigh Dickinson University
 
Session 39: Judging Police and Confessions
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: G. Daniel Lassiter, Ohio University
Session type: contributed
 

The Corroboration Dilemma: When Uncorroborated Confessions are Judged Trustworthy
By G. Daniel Lassiter; Ohio University
Shannon Pinegar; Ohio University
Par Anders Granhag; University of Gothenburg
Karl Ask; University of Gothenburg
   Presented by: G. Daniel Lassiter, Ohio University
 

Prevalence and Formats of Confessions: Analysis of 772 Closed Crime Cases in the U.S.
By Sara Appleby; John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
Kimberley Schanz; John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
Jennifer Perillo; Winston-Salem State University
Evan Dawson; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
William Crozier; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Cora Hui; John Jay College, Graduate Center, CUNY
Emily Joseph; CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justic
Saul Kassin; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
   Presented by: Sara Appleby, John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
 

Juror Sensitivity to False Confession Risk Factors
By Skye Woestehoff; University of Texas-El Paso
Chris Meissner; Iowa State University
   Presented by: Skye Woestehoff, University of Texas-El Paso
 

Can Expert Testimony Sensitize Jurors to Variations in Confession Evidence?
By Kelsey Henderson
Lora Levett; University of Florida
   Presented by: Kelsey Henderson,
 
Session 40: The Impact of Investigator Decisions
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Margaret Kovera, John Jay College - CUNY
Session type: contributed
 

Causal chaining: The impact of multiple agents of responsibility on decision-making after an accident
By Julianna Chomos; University of Nevada, Reno
Markus Kemmelmeier; University of Nevada, Reno
   Presented by: Julianna Chomos, University of Nevada, Reno
 

Responding Officers' Initial Report Modifies Detectives' Perceptions of Witness Attitude not Credibility
By Kyla Charter; Western Illinois University
Kimberley McClure; Western Illinois University
Kimberly Dodson; Western Illinois University
Jill Myers; Western Illinois University
   Presented by: Kimberley McClure, Western Illinois University
 

Training American law enforcement in the Strategic Use of Evidence: Interviewing to detect deception
By Timothy Luke; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Maria Hartwig; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Emily Joseph; CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justic
Laure Brimbal; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Ginny Chan; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Evan Dawson; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Sarah Jordan; John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Patricia Donovan; Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Pär Anders Granhag; University of Gothenburg
   Presented by: Timothy Luke, John Jay College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
 

Administrator Knowledge Influences Pressure Applied to Witnesses to Identify the Suspect in a Lineup.
By Lindsey Rhead; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Jacqueline Austin; University of the Pacific
David Zimmerman; Missouri State University
Stephen Clark; University of Kentucky
Ashley Powell; John Jay College
Margaret Kovera; John Jay College - CUNY
   Presented by: Lindsey Rhead, John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
 
Session 41: Risk Assessment 2: Predictive Validity, Research, and Cultural Issues
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Marcus Boccaccini, Sam Houston State University
Session type: invited
 

Predicting behavioral trajectories across crime series: Interaction between sexual, violent, and control behaviors of serial sexual predators
By Marina Sorochinski; John Jay College/Graduate Center CUNY
C. Gabrrielle Salfati; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
   Presented by: Marina Sorochinski, John Jay College/Graduate Center CUNY
 

Is the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide (VRAG) Color-Blind? Predictive and Incremental Validity of the VRAG Scores with African-American and Caucasian Jail Inmates
By Mark Hastings; George Mason University/Private Practice
Jeffrey Stuewig; George Mason University
Leah Adams; George Mason University
Shilpa Krishnan; George Mason University/Saint Elizabeths Hospital
June Tangney; George Mason University
   Presented by: Mark Hastings, George Mason University/Private Practice
 

What does PCL-R Cut Score Research say about Offenders with Scores other than 30?
By Brian Bitting; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Brian Bitting, Sam Houston State University
 
Session 42: APLS PDW-ECP Special Panel--Funding your Business or Practice: Conceptual and Practical Issues
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chairs:
1. Gina Vincent, UMass Medical School
2. Laura Guy, Umass Medical School
Session type: invited
 
Session 43: Jurors' Responses to Evidence
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Ellen Cohn, University of New Hampshire
Session type: contributed
 

Jurors’ Attitudes Affect Verdicts in a Euthanasia Trial via Emotional, but not Cognitive, Mediators
By Liana Peter-Hagene; University of Illinois at Chicago
Bette Bottoms; Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago
Amani Elayan; University of Illinois at Chicago
   Presented by: Liana Peter-Hagene, University of Illinois at Chicago
 

Mock juror interpretations of ecphoric confidence ratings
By James Sauer; University of Portsmouth
Neil Brewer; Flinders University
Matthew Palmer; University of Tasmania
   Presented by: James Sauer, University of Portsmouth
 

When an alibi is not enough: An exploration of evidence needed for mock investigator’s to lay charges in a robbery case
By Kaila Bruer; University of Regina
Heather Price; University of Regina
Leora Dahl; Okanagan College
   Presented by: Kaila Bruer, University of Regina
 

The Effect of Police Legitimacy on Police Witness Credibility and Juror Decisions of Guilt
By Lindsey Cole; University of New Hampshire
Ellen Cohn; University of New Hampshire
   Presented by: Lindsey Cole, University of New Hampshire
 
Session 44: Conduct Disorder and Psychopathic Traits in Youth
March 7, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Laura Thornton, University of New Orleans
Session type: invited
 

A Dimensional Comparison of a Self-Report and a Structured Interview Measure of Conduct Disorder
By Shannon Kelley; Texas A&M University
Shannon Toney Smith; Texas A&M University
Steve Balsis; Texas A&M University
John Edens; Texas A&M University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Shannon Kelley, Texas A&M University
 

Relationship between youth psychopathic traits, substance use, trauma, and aggression: Does gender matter?
By Kayla Wanamaker; Carleton University
Adelle Forth; Carleton University
Shelley Brown; Carleton University
Tracey Skilling; University of Toronto
   Presented by: Kayla Wanamaker, Carleton University
 

Neighborhood disorganization moderates the association between self-reported offending and two dispositional risk factors: Callous-unemotional traits and impulse control
By Laura Thornton; University of New Orleans
James Ray; University of New Orleans
Paul Frick; University of New Orleans
Laurence Steinberg; Temple University
Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Laura Thornton, University of New Orleans
 

Item functioning in the Psychopathy Checklist: Youth Version: An Exploration of Differential Item Functioning between Gender using Item Response Models
By Siny Tsang; University of Virginia
Karen Schmidt; University of Virginia
Gina Vincent; UMass Medical School
Candice Odgers; Duke University
Randall Salekin; University of Alabama
Marlene Moretti; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Siny Tsang, University of Virginia
 
Session 45: Miranda
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Naomi Goldstein, Drexel University
Session type: contributed
 

Juveniles and Miranda: Wavering on the Waiver Decision
By Richard Rogers
Jennifer Steadham; UNT
Eric Drogin
Rachel Carter; University of North Texas
   Presented by: Richard Rogers,
 

"What Are My Rights Again?": Comprehension of Canadian Youth Waiver Forms
By Stuart Freedman; Ryerson
Joseph Eastwood; University of Ontario Institute of Technology
Brent Snook; Memorial University of Newfoundland
Kirk Luther; Memorial University of Newfoundland
   Presented by: Stuart Freedman, Ryerson
 

Preserving Precedent or Creating a Unicorn? A Five-Year Update on Miranda
By Sharon Messenheimer Kelley; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Heather Zelle; University of Virginia
Leah Brogan; Drexel University
Siara Johnson; Drexel University
   Presented by: Sharon Messenheimer Kelley, Drexel University
 
Session 46: Sex Offender Risk Assessment
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Paige Harris, Sam Houston State University
Session type: invited
 

Interrater Reliability and Consistency of Risk Formulations Using the Risk for Sexual Violence Protocol
By Catherine Wilson; University British Columbia, Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
Stephen Hart; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Catherine Wilson, University British Columbia, Forensic Psychiatric Services Commission
 

Findings from a 35,000 Offender Static-99 and Static-99R Field Validity Study
By Amanda Rice; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Paige Harris; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Amanda Rice, Sam Houston State University
 

What Happens when you Score the Static-99 for Female Sex Offenders?
By Paige Harris; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Amanda Rice; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Paige Harris, Sam Houston State University
 
Session 47: Investigator Decision Making
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Estherwood, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jennifer Steadham, UNT
Session type: contributed
 

Investigator sensitivity to alibi witness inconsistencies after a long delay
By Leora Dahl; Okanagan College
Heather Price; University of Regina
   Presented by: Leora Dahl, Okanagan College
 

Investigator decision-making: Evidence evaluation among police officers across the United States
By Steve Charman; Florida International University
Dana Hirn Mueller; Florida International University
Melissa Kavetski; Florida International University
   Presented by: Steve Charman, Florida International University
 

The Arrest Decision: Police Officer Decision Making in the Context of Offender Characteristics
By Richard Rogers
Jennifer Steadham; UNT
   Presented by: Jennifer Steadham, UNT
 

Case complexity determines the hypothesis testing strategies used by experienced investigators
By Dave Walsh; University of Derby
Coral Dando; University of Wolverhampton
Thomas Ormerod; University of Surrey UK
   Presented by: Thomas Ormerod, University of Surrey UK
 
Session 48: Obesity and the Law
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Monica Miller, University of Nevada, Reno
Session type: contributed
 

Is Obesity Child Abuse? Attributions of Responsibility and Support for the Prosecution of Parents with Obese Children
By Jenny Reichert; University of Nevada, Reno
Monica Miller; University of Nevada, Reno
   Presented by: Jenny Reichert, University of Nevada, Reno
 

Who’s to Blame? Blame Attributions and Obesity-related Public Health Policy
By Lindsey Wylie; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Eve Brank; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Lindsey Wylie, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

Weight and Gender in the Criminal Courtroom
By Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
Annik Mossiere; University of Saskatchewan
   Presented by: Evelyn Maeder, Carleton University
 

The Weight and the Evidence: Does Obesity Discrimination Affect Civil Judgments?
By Twila Wingrove; Appalachian State University
Jason Cantone; Federal Judicial Center
Jennifer Jarrett
   Presented by: Twila Wingrove, Appalachian State University
 

Does She Look Like a Rape Victim? The Effect of Anti-fat Attitudes and Rape Myth Acceptance on Juror Perceptions of Obese Victims
By Nesa Wasarhaley; University of Kentucky
Kellie Lynch; University of Kentucky
Sarah Cook; Transylvania University
Jonathan Golding; University of Kentucky
   Presented by: Nesa Wasarhaley, University of Kentucky
 
Session 49: Suicide, PTSD, and Victimization in Forensic Inpatient and Community Samples
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Apryl Alexander, Auburn University
Session type: contributed
 

Underdiagnosing Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Forensic State Hospital
By Apryl Alexander; Auburn University
Elena Welsh; Patton State Hospital
David Glassmire; Patton State Hospital
Paul Guest; Patton State Hospital
   Presented by: Apryl Alexander, Auburn University
 

Lifetime victimization history in a forensic sample: Prevalence and current correlates in forensic inpatients and community clients.
By Ilvy Goossens
   Presented by: Ilvy Goossens,
 

A Moderated Mediation Analysis of Suicide Proneness among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Community Members
By Alixandra Burks; Sam Houston State University
Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
Caroline Stroud; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Alixandra Burks, Sam Houston State University
 
Session 50: Evaluating Evidence and Researching Juries
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Richard Wiener, University of Nebraska
Session type: invited
 

An experimental test of the efficacy of the novel New Jersey jury instruction guiding evaluation of eyewitness testimony
By David Yokum; University of Arizona
   Presented by: David Yokum, University of Arizona
 

Evaluating the influence of Daubert’s cross-examination safeguard on attorneys’ and jurors’ judgments about scientific evidence
By Jacqueline Austin; University of the Pacific
Margaret Kovera; John Jay College - CUNY
   Presented by: Jacqueline Austin, University of the Pacific
 

Is question order important in jury decision making studies?
By Yimoon Choi; University of Nebraska
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
Michael Holtje; U.S. Department of State
   Presented by: Yimoon Choi, University of Nebraska
 

Do jurors trust their own eyes over the expert when presented with fingerprint evidence?
By Mary Houston; Reed College
Daniel Reisberg; Reed College
   Presented by: Mary Houston, Reed College
 
Session 51: Emerging Areas: Cyberstalking, Active Shooters, Legal Intervention Fatalities, and White Collar Crime
March 7, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kyle Gamache, Community College of Rhode Island
Session type: invited
 

Cyberstalkers vs 'Off-line' stalkers: Is cyberstalking a special case?
By Cristina Cavezza
   Presented by: Cristina Cavezza,
 

Active Shooters: The Predictive Utility of Critical Factors on the Magnitude of the Event
By Kyle Gamache; Community College of Rhode Island
Judith Platania; Roger Williams University
Matt Zaitchik; Roger Williams University
Ryan Weipert; South Bay Mental Health
Samantha Morin; Fordham University
Kristen Morvillo Dillon; Department of Veteran Affaris
   Presented by: Kyle Gamache, Community College of Rhode Island
 

Legal Intervention Fatalities in 16 U.S. States, 2009-2011: Findings from the CDC’s National Violent Death Reporting System
By Sarah DeGue; Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
Cynthia Calkins; John Jay College
   Presented by: Sarah DeGue, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention
 

Juror Perceptions of Interpersonal-Affective Traits of Psychopathy Predict Sentence Severity in a White-Collar Case Simulation
By Allison Rulseh; Texas A&M University
Jennifer Cox; Texas A&M University
John Clark; University of Texas Tyler
John Edens; Texas A&M University
   Presented by: Allison Rulseh, Texas A&M University
 
Session 52: Guilty Pleas
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kento Yasuhara, University of New Haven
Session type: contributed
 

Juvenile Offenders’ understanding and appreciation of the plea process
By Tarika Daftary-Kapur; Fairleigh Dickinson University
Tina Zottoli; St. Joseph's College
Frances Lawrence; Fairleigh Dickinson University
Rose Aime; St. Joseph's College
Brian Logan; St. Joseph's College
   Presented by: Tarika Daftary-Kapur, Fairleigh Dickinson University
 

"I Didn't Do It": Examining First-Time Juvenile Offenders' False Guilty Pleas
By April Thomas; University of California, Irvine
Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
Laurence Steinberg; Temple University
Paul Frick; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: April Thomas, University of California, Irvine
 

The Guilty Plea Questionnaire: Language Difficulty and Content Differences
By Kento Yasuhara; University of New Haven
Jeff Knighton; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Kento Yasuhara, University of New Haven
 

Why Lawyers Don’t Always Challenge Defendants’ Competence to Plead Guilty: A Survey of Juvenile and Criminal Defense Attorneys
By Amanda NeMoyer; Drexel University
Sharon Messenheimer Kelley; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Heather Zelle; University of Virginia
Kento Yasuhara; University of New Haven
Jessica Feierman; Juvenile Law Center
Rhonda McKitten; Defender Association of Philadelphia
Riya Shah; Juvenile Law Center
   Presented by: Amanda NeMoyer, Drexel University
 
Session 53: Special Considerations in Forensic Assessment and Research
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kirk Heilbrun, Drexel University
Session type: invited
 

Actuarial and Structured Professional Judgments in Forensic Assessment
By Tess Neal; University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
Thomas Grisso; University of Massachusetts Medical School
   Presented by: Tess Neal, University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
 

Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Parents and Determination of Child Custody: The Changing Legal Landscape and Implications for Policy and Practice
By Emily Haney-Caron; Drexel University
Kirk Heilbrun; Drexel University
   Presented by: Emily Haney-Caron, Drexel University
 

Reporting Guidelines for Violence Risk Assessment Studies: The RAGEE Statement
By Jay Singh; Singh Institute of Forensic Research, LLC
Suzanne Yang; University of Pittsburgh
Edward Mulvey; University of Pittsburgh
   Presented by: Jay Singh, Singh Institute of Forensic Research, LLC
 

Prosecution-retained versus court-appointed experts: Comparing and contrasting risk assessment reports in preventative detention hearings
By Julie Blais; Carleton University
Adelle Forth; Carleton University
   Presented by: Julie Blais, Carleton University
 
Session 54: Sex Offenders: Interests, Assessment, and Commitment
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Daniel Krauss, Claremont McKenna College
Session type: invited
 

The Role of Hebephilic Sexual Interests in Sexual Victim Choice
By Skye Stephens; Ryerson University
Michael Seto; Royal Ottawa Health Care Group
James Cantor; Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
Alasdair Goodwill
Michael Kuban; Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
   Presented by: Skye Stephens, Ryerson University
 

Sex Offender Risk Assessment: A Reexamination of the Coffee Can Study
By Alan Buttars
Matthew Huss
   Presented by: Alan Buttars,
 

The Presumption of Dangerousness in Sexually Violent Predator Commitment Proceedings
By Nicholas Scurich; University of California--Irvine
Daniel Krauss; Claremont McKenna College
   Presented by: Nicholas Scurich, University of California--Irvine
 
Session 55: APLS Distinguished Contributions Address--False Confessions: Past, Present, and Future
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Estherwood, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Gary Wells, Iowa State University
Session type: invited
 
Session 56: Delivering Mental Health Treatment in a Juvenile Court Clinic
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Marina Tolou-Shams, Rhode Island Hospital/ Brown University
Session type: contributed
 

Legal Issues in Delivering Mental Health Treatment in Juvenile Court Clinics: A Critical Analysis
By Christina Riggs Romaine; Wheaton College
   Presented by: Christina Riggs Romaine, Wheaton College
 

Ethical Considerations of Delivering Mental Health Treatment within Juvenile Court Clinics: A Critical Analysis
By Antoinette Kavanaugh; Forensic Private Practice
   Presented by: Antoinette Kavanaugh, Forensic Private Practice
 

Delivering Mental Health Treatment within Juvenile Court Clinics: A Critical Analysis
By Marina Tolou-Shams; Rhode Island Hospital/ Brown University
   Presented by: Marina Tolou-Shams, Rhode Island Hospital/ Brown University
 
Session 57: Social Pscyhology and the Law
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Dan Simon, USC
Session type: invited
 

Pseudo-Corroboration
By Dan Simon; USC
   Presented by: Dan Simon, USC
 

Social cognitive processes and attitudes toward legal actions: Does receiving information affect community sentiment?
By Jenny Reichert; University of Nevada, Reno
Monica Miller; University of Nevada, Reno
   Presented by: Jenny Reichert, University of Nevada, Reno
 

Attribution Style Mediates the Relationship between Fundamentalism and Support for Restrictive Sexuality Laws
By Jordan Clark; University of Nevada, Reno
Monica Miller; University of Nevada, Reno
   Presented by: Jordan Clark, University of Nevada, Reno
 

The Influence of Social Cognitive Psychology in Law
By Erik Girvan; University of Oregon
Eugene Borgida; University of Minnesota
   Presented by: Erik Girvan, University of Oregon
 
Session 58: Eyewitnesses: Identification of Faces
March 7, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kathy Pezdek, Claremont Graduate University
Session type: invited
 

The Face of an Angel: Effect of Exposure to Details of Moral behavior on Facial Recognition Accuracy
By Alysha Baker; University of British Columbia - Okanagan
Leanne ten Brinke; University of California Berkeley
Stephen Porter; University of British Columbia - Okanagan
   Presented by: Alysha Baker, University of British Columbia - Okanagan
 

Perception of Group Cohesiveness Affects Recognition Accuracy for Cross-Race Faces
By Mollie McGuire; Claremont Graduate University
Kathy Pezdek; Claremont Graduate University
   Presented by: Mollie McGuire, Claremont Graduate University
 

Differential Effects of Verbal Facilitation on Real versus Composite Faces
By Dawn Weatherford; Arkansas State University
Lacy Krueger; Texas A&M University - Commerce
Curt Carlson; Texas A&M University - Commerce
Jessica Mayberry; Texas A&M University - Commerce
   Presented by: Dawn Weatherford, Arkansas State University
 

A Diagnostic-Feature Theory of Eyewitness Identification
By John Wixted; UC San Diego
Laura Mickes; Royal Holloway, University of London
   Presented by: John Wixted, UC San Diego
 
Session 59: Friday Night Poster Session
March 7, 2014 18:30 to 20:00
Armstrong Ballroom 8th Floor Armstrong Ballroom,
 
Session type: poster
 

The Persistence of Intimidation: Dating Partner Covictimization as a Predictor of Post-Breakup Stalking Pursuit and Violence
By Hillary Rich
Jennifer Katz; SUNY Geneseo
   Presented by: Hillary Rich,
 

Should We Punish Hate?: An Examination of Factors in Support or Opposition of Hate Crime Penalty Enhancements
By Kelsey Laxton; Sam Houston State University
Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
Andre Kehn; University of North Dakota
Brittany Bate; Sam Houston State University
John Clark; University of Texas Tyler
   Presented by: Kelsey Laxton, Sam Houston State University
 

Observers’ Evaluations of a Bullying Case as a Function of Degree of Harm, Type of Bullying, and Academic Level
By Rachel Gentry; Ball State University
Kerri Pickel
   Presented by: Kerri Pickel,
 

Exploring the Roles of Pretrial Publicity and Emotion On Juror Judgments in a Criminal Trial
By Christine Ruva; University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee
Felicia Cimaszewski; University of South Florida
Theana Cunningham; University of South Florida
Darcy McCoy; University of South Florida
   Presented by: Christine Ruva, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee
 

The Effects of Facility Animals in the Courtroom on Juror Decision-Making
By Kayla Burd; Cornell University
Dawn McQuiston; Wofford College
   Presented by: Kayla Burd, Cornell University
 

Just a "piece of paper"? A look at domestic violence victims who drop their civil protection orders
By Caroline Vaile Wright; Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Dawn Johnson; University of Akron
   Presented by: Caroline Vaile Wright, Saint Elizabeths Hospital
 

Does the Validity of PAI Antisocial Features Scale Scores Depend on Offender Response Style?
By Brett Gardner; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Brett Gardner, Sam Houston State University
 

Judging Veracity Makes Eyewitnesses Remember a Suspect Less Accurately but With More Certainty
By Christopher Altman; Ball State University
Kayla Alves; Ball State University
Heather Bauer; Ball State University
Brittney Klauser; Ball State University
Kerri Pickel
   Presented by: Kerri Pickel,
 

The Effects of PTP Exposure on Implicit Associations and Guilt Judgments
By David Zimmerman; Missouri State University
Karima Modjadidi; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Krystal Almeida; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Margaret Kovera; John Jay College - CUNY
   Presented by: David Zimmerman, Missouri State University
 

Reliability and Validity of START and LSI-R Assessments Completed in Mental Health Diversion Programs
By Evan Lowder; North Carolina State University
Sarah Desmarais; North Carolina State University
Richard Van Dorn; RTI International
Candalyn Rade; North Carolina State University
Robin Telford; University of South Florida
John Petrila; University of South Florida
   Presented by: Evan Lowder, North Carolina State University
 

How a photoarray member’s demeanour may increase mistaken identifications or misses
By Tomoko Nishizawa; Flinders University
Neil Brewer; Flinders University
Matthew Palmer; University of Tasmania
   Presented by: Tomoko Nishizawa, Flinders University
 

Children’s Language Ability and Suggestibility: Preliminary Results of a Meta-Analytic Review
By Elizabeth Uhl; Georgia Southwestern State University
   Presented by: Elizabeth Uhl, Georgia Southwestern State University
 

When and how often are Evaluator Recommendations Inconsistent with Results of Actuarial Measures in Risk Assessments?
By Katherine McCallum; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Claire Bryson; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Katherine McCallum, Sam Houston State University
 

The Influence of Eyewitness Age, Scene Familiarity, & Descriptor Inconsistencies on Mock Jurors' Perceptions
By Jennifer Reed; Carleton University
Joanna Pozzulo; Carleton University
   Presented by: Jennifer Reed, Carleton University
 

Eyewitness Age and Mock Jurors’ Perceptions of Eyewitness Testimony: A Meta-Analysis
By Jennifer Reed; Carleton University
Joanna Pozzulo; Carleton University
   Presented by: Jennifer Reed, Carleton University
 

Eliciting Empathy in Capital Jurors: The Effect of Victim Impact Statements
By Sarah Henry; UNT
Katie Mitchell; UNCW
Nastassia Broszkiewicz; UNCW
Madeline Barlow; UNCW
Bryan Myers; UNCW
Richard Rogers
   Presented by: Sarah Henry, UNT
 

Effects of Distance on Face Recognition
By James Lampinen; University of Arkansas
William Erickson; University of Arkansas
Kara Moore
Aaron HIttson; University of Arkansas
   Presented by: James Lampinen, University of Arkansas
 

Does rapport-building affect non-verbal witness and interviewer behavior? Examining interviewee and interviewer behaviors and their relation to recall accuracy.
By Alexarae Bryon; Florida International University
Jenna Kieckhaefer; Florida International University
Nadja Schreiber Compo; FIU
   Presented by: Alexarae Bryon, Florida International University
 

“I’m more Confident Now and I’"ll Tell You Why!" The Impact of Eyewitness Confidence Inflation Explanations on Mock Juror Perceptions.
By Janani Subramaniam
Amy Roach; University of Maryland
Jenelle Femino; Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Emily Phelan; Roger Williams University
Garret Berman; Roger Williams University
   Presented by: Janani Subramaniam,
 

Field Validity of Three Mental Health Screening Measures in an Urban Jail
By Amy Percosky; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
Erika Canales; Sam Houston State University
Alexandra Tellez; Sam Houston State University
Ernie Gonzalez; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Amy Percosky, Sam Houston State University
 

Pretrial Publicity in the Internet Age: An Update to Steblay, Besirevic, Fulero, and Jimenez-Lorente’s (1999) Meta-Analysis
By Lori Hoetger; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Lori Hoetger, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

What is wrong may also be right: The role of perceived wrongfulness in the integrated legal socialization model
By Alex Blandina; University of New Hampshire
Ellen Cohn; University of New Hampshire
   Presented by: Alex Blandina, University of New Hampshire
 

Hostile attribution bias as a dynamic risk factor in civil psychiatric patients and criminal offenders
By Melissa Hendry; Simon Fraser University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Melissa Hendry, Simon Fraser University
 

Comparing the Construct Validity of the Psychopathic Personality Inventory between Hispanic and non-Hispanic Offenders
By Dylan Gatner; Simon Fraser University
Adam Blanchard; Simon Fraser University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
Scott Lilienfeld; Emory University
   Presented by: Dylan Gatner, Simon Fraser University
 

Breaking the Rules: A Study on Psychopathy
By Shelby Curtis; University of Arizona
Andrew Perkins; University of Arizona
   Presented by: Shelby Curtis, University of Arizona
 

Memory Conformity for Actors and Bystanders
By Marianna Carlucci; Loyola University Maryland
Daniel Wright;
   Presented by: Marianna Carlucci, Loyola University Maryland
 

Judicial inferences in child sexual abuse cases
By Kaila Bruer; University of Regina
Chelsea Sheahan; Simon Fraser University
Heather Price; University of Regina
Deborah Connolly; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Kaila Bruer, University of Regina
 

Context-Based Criterion Shifts in Photo-ID Verification
By Megan Papesh; Louisiana State University
Caroline Rausch; Louisiana State University
   Presented by: Megan Papesh, Louisiana State University
 

The Effects of Interviewer Gender on Promoting Truthfulness in Children
By Ida Foster; McGill University
Joshua Wyman; McGill University
Victoria Talwar; McGill University
   Presented by: Ida Foster, McGill University
 

Effects of Multiple Pictures on Prospective Person Memory: A Field Study
By James Lampinen; University of Arkansas
Caitlin Curry; University of Arkansas
William Erickson; University of Arkansas
   Presented by: James Lampinen, University of Arkansas
 

An Empirical Analysis of Murder-Suicide
By Matthew McNally; West Virginia University
Christina Patton; West Virginia University
William Fremouw; West Virginia University
   Presented by: Matthew McNally, West Virginia University
 

Item-level Differences for the Static-99R and MnSOST-R Among White, Black, and Latino Sex Offenders
By Stephanie Kline; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
Samuel Hawes; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Stephanie Kline, Sam Houston State University
 

Associations Between Violence and Victimization in Civil Psychiatric Patients Across Developmental Timeframes
By Ashley Pritchard; Simon Fraser University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
Tonia Nicholls; University of British Columbia
   Presented by: Ashley Pritchard, Simon Fraser University
 

Is seeing different than hearing? Mock-juror perceptions of video and audio recorded eyewitness identifications and double blind administration
By Geno Salomone; Roger Williams University
Garret Berman; Roger Williams University
   Presented by: Geno Salomone, Roger Williams University
 

Childhood Exposure to Violence Predicts Sexual Aggression Perpetration and Victimization in Young Adults
By Dawn Lanaville; Fielding Graduate University
Audrey Masilla; Fielding Graduate University
Lisa Beck; University of Alabama
Kristine Jacquin; Fielding Graduate University
   Presented by: Kristine Jacquin, Fielding Graduate University
 

Effects of Crime Control vs. Due Process on Inadmissible Evidence
By Christopher Peters; Arkansas State University
Lann Malesky; Western Carolina University
   Presented by: Christopher Peters, Arkansas State University
 

Effects of Crime Control vs. Due Process on Excuse Defense Verdicts
By Christopher Peters; Arkansas State University
James Lampinen; University of Arkansas
   Presented by: Christopher Peters, Arkansas State University
 

Mediators and Moderators of Supportive Child Interviewing After One Year
By Liana Peter-Hagene; University of Illinois at Chicago
Bette Bottoms; Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago
Suzanne Davis; EDGE Litigation Consulting, LLC
Kari Nysse-Carris; NORC at University of Chicago
   Presented by: Liana Peter-Hagene, University of Illinois at Chicago
 

What Patient and Psychologist Characteristics are Important in Competency for Physician Assisted Suicide Evaluations?
By Shara Johnson; Sam Houston State University
Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
Brett Gardner; Sam Houston State University
Ernie Gonzalez; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Shara Johnson, Sam Houston State University
 

Perceptions of Child Sexual Abuse Perpetrators
By Krystia Reed; University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Brian Bornstein; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Krystia Reed, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 

Mock Jurors’ Expectations of Emotions Displayed by Child Witnesses
By Daniel Bederian-Gardner; UC Davis
Kimberly Procida; UC Davis
Gail Goodman; UC Davis
   Presented by: Daniel Bederian-Gardner, UC Davis
 

Risk Instrument Use and Integration in Sexually Violent Predator Evaluations
By Caroline Chevalier; Sam Houston State University
Katherine McCallum; Sam Houston State University
Claire Bryson; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Caroline Chevalier, Sam Houston State University
 

An International Comparison of Law Enforcement Stress and Professional Satisfaction
By Holly Buckman; Valparaiso University
Agata Freedle; Valparaiso University
Amanda Tuohy; Valparaiso University
Amanda Zelechoski; Valparaiso University
   Presented by: Holly Buckman, Valparaiso University
 

Do the physical features of a weapon attract eyewitness attention? An assessment of visual reaction time
By Sakiko Ami; Nagoya University
Shinji Kitagami; Nagoya University
   Presented by: Sakiko Ami, Nagoya University
 

Parent-Child Conversations and Children's Eyewitness Memory
By Kelly McWilliams; University of California, Davis
Gail Goodman; UC Davis
   Presented by: Kelly McWilliams, University of California, Davis
 

One and the same: Examining change blindness through sequential lineups
By Daniella Cash; The University of Alabama In Huntsville
Amanda Pryor
Ursula Goldstein
Melia Millican
Lynette Potter
Jodi Price; University of Alabama in Huntsville
Jeffrey Neuschatz; UAH
   Presented by: Daniella Cash, The University of Alabama In Huntsville
 

Sinners and saints: the role of social standing evidence in capital sentencing
By Kerry Anderson; Dowling College
Jennifer Tallon; Dowling College
Tarika Daftary-Kapur; Fairleigh Dickinson University
   Presented by: Jennifer Tallon, Dowling College
 

Warning Jurors about CSI
By Margaret Reardon; Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Dante Mancini; Indiana University of Pennsylvania
   Presented by: Margaret Reardon, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
 

Gender-Informed Approaches to Risk Assessment: From “What Works” to “What Works Best”
By Natalie Jones; Orbis Partners Inc.
   Presented by: Natalie Jones, Orbis Partners Inc.
 

Callous-unemotional traits, conduct problems, and emotion processing in preschoolers with serious psychiatric disturbance
By Lauren Williamson; Lifespan
Sarah Martin; Simmons College
John Boekamp; Lifespan
Mia DeMarco; Lifespan
   Presented by: Lauren Williamson, Lifespan
 

Examination of the Triarchic Scales for the Psychopathic Personality Inventory in a Sample of Male Inmates
By Chelsea Sleep; Eastern Kentucky University
Jessica Cardwell; Eastern Kentucky University
Alexander Kuhl; Eastern Kentucky University
Dustin Wygant; Eastern Kentucky University
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
   Presented by: Chelsea Sleep, Eastern Kentucky University
 

The Effects of Victim and Defendant Attractiveness, Attire, and Gender on Culpability Judgments and Legal Decisions in Teacher-Student Sexual Abuse Cases.
By Alissa Anderson; Appalachian State University
Allie Mackinnon; Appalachian State University
Twila Wingrove; Appalachian State University
Paul Fox; Appalachian State University
   Presented by: Alissa Anderson, Appalachian State University
 

Validation of the Triarchic Psychopathy Model in an Incarcerated Male Sample
By Julia Clark; University of New Orleans
Pavel Blagov; Whitman College
Kathryn Oost; University of Montana
   Presented by: Julia Clark, University of New Orleans
 

Does including one-off crimes in the dataset increase or decrease behavioural crime linkage accuracy?
By Holly Ellingwood; Carleton University
Brittany Blaskovits; Carleton University
Tamara Melnyk; Carleton University
Rebecca Mugford; Carleton University
Craig Bennell; Carleton University
   Presented by: Brittany Blaskovits, Carleton University
 

Homicide and the Insanity Defense in Georgia
By Kimberly Rideout; Oregon State Hospital
Holly Tabernik; Georgia Regents University
Michael Vitacco
   Presented by: Holly Tabernik, Georgia Regents University
 

Risk Factors for Violence in Stalking Perpetration: A Meta-Analysis
By Frances Churcher; Carleton University
Marc Nesca; University of Calgary
   Presented by: Frances Churcher, Carleton University
 

Validity of the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI) Coefficients of Fit among Offenders
By Brian Bitting; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Dana Formon; Sam Houston State University
Brett Gardner; Sam Houston State University
Lauren Vera; AP-LS
   Presented by: Brian Bitting, Sam Houston State University
 

A Preliminary Exploration of Defendants' Performance on the Montreal Cognitive Assessment in Competency Evaulations
By Gina Najolia; Louisiana State University/Patton State Hospital
Chadwick Dunning; Western State Hospital
Lauren Smith; Western State Hospital
Phyllis Knopp; Western State Hospital
Bryan Zolnikov; Western State Hospital
   Presented by: Gina Najolia, Louisiana State University/Patton State Hospital
 

The effect of handcuffs and unbiased instructions on showup identification decisions
By Victoria Lawson; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Audrey Lee; The Bronx High School of Science
Deryn Strange; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
   Presented by: Victoria Lawson, John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
 

A Meta-Analytic Examination of the Response Modulation Hypothesis of Psychopathy
By Sarah Smith; Emory University
Scott Lilienfeld; Emory University
Dylan Jordan; Emory University
Wenting Kang; Emory University
   Presented by: Sarah Smith, Emory University
 

The association between post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms and hostile attribution bias: An examination of different provocation types
By Genevieve Lapre; University of New Orleans
Brendan Turner; University of New Orleans
Monica Marsee; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Genevieve Lapre, University of New Orleans
 

Do Learning Disabled Sexual Offenders have a Type 1 & 2 Victim Fixation?
By Bianca Baker
   Presented by: Bianca Baker,
 

Contextualizing of Terrorist Violence: Cross-national comparison of terrorist attacks in relation to counterterrorism policy
By Katharine Boyd
   Presented by: Katharine Boyd,
 

An examination of feigning within a sample of female pre-trial defendants
By Katelyn Affleck; Fordham University
Sarah Bernstein
Brian Belfi; Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center
Debbie Green; Fairleigh Dickinson University
   Presented by: Katelyn Affleck, Fordham University
 

Neuropsychological Functioning in an Offender Sample
By Amy Percosky; Sam Houston State University
David Nelson; Sam Houston State University
Craig Henderson; Sam Houston State University
Brian Bitting; Sam Houston State University
Jennifer Johnson; Sam Houston State University
Cindy Mena; Sam Houston State University
Caroline Stroud; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Amy Percosky, Sam Houston State University
 

Levenson’s Self-Report Psychopathy Scale and the Psychopathic Personality Traits-Inventory: A test of efficiency versus breadth in the assessment of psychopathic traits
By Cailey Gilmurray; University of New Brunswick Saint John
Mary Ann Campbell; University of New Brunswick Saint John
Naomi Doucette; Youth Forensic Services, IWK Health Cent
   Presented by: Cailey Gilmurray, University of New Brunswick Saint John
 

Potential Jurors’ Comprehension of Revised and Model Pattern Instructions for Character Evidence
By Jennifer Hunt; SUNY Buffalo State
Erin Baccari; SUNY Buffalo State
   Presented by: Jennifer Hunt, SUNY Buffalo State
 

Relationships Between Cortisol, Alpha-Amylase, and Psychopathy in a Community Sample
By Rheanna Remmel; University of Alabama
Andrea Glenn; University of Alabama
Robert Schug; California State University Long Beach
Adrian Raine; University of Pennsylvania
   Presented by: Rheanna Remmel, University of Alabama
 

Self-perception of success in intimate relationships: Relationships between intimacy deficits and sexual offending
By Rebecca Pullman; Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Aubrey Orloff; Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
Brooke Peltzman; Massachusetts Treatment Center
Kaitlyn Peretti; Massachusetts Treatment Center
   Presented by: Rebecca Pullman, Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology
 

Sexual Grooming Behaviors of Child Molesters and the Hindsight Bias: Did we know it all along?
By Georgia Winters; Graduate Center of CUNY, John Jay College
Jane Nash; Stonehill College
   Presented by: Georgia Winters, Graduate Center of CUNY, John Jay College
 

Commonsense and proximate cause collide: Assigning responsibility in dram shop cases
By Edie Greene; UCCS
Andrew Evelo; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Lauren Duke; Univ of Colorado Colorado Springs
   Presented by: Edie Greene, UCCS
 

The Roles of Psychopathy and Victimization History in Rating Potential Intimate Partners
By Marisa Okano; UBC
Zach Walsh; UBC
   Presented by: Marisa Okano, UBC
 

Gender Differences in the Relationship between Childhood Exposure to Violence and Adult Aggression
By Dawn Lanaville; Fielding Graduate University
Audrey Masilla; Fielding Graduate University
Kristine Jacquin; Fielding Graduate University
   Presented by: Kristine Jacquin, Fielding Graduate University
 

Prospective Person Memory for Age Progressed Images
By James Lampinen; University of Arkansas
William Erickson; University of Arkansas
Charlie Frowd; University of Winchester
Greg Mahoney; Boston Police Department
   Presented by: William Erickson, University of Arkansas
 

Influence of Childhood Abuse on Neuropsychological Functioning in Adult Offenders
By Amy Percosky; Sam Houston State University
Brian Bitting; Sam Houston State University
David Nelson; Sam Houston State University
Jennifer Johnson; Sam Houston State University
Cindy Mena; Sam Houston State University
Caroline Stroud; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Amy Percosky, Sam Houston State University
 

Children’s Memory and Suggestibility about a Stressful Event: The Role of Attachment Orientations
By Yoojin Chae; Texas Tech University
Miranda Goodman; Eckerd College
Gail Goodman; UC Davis
Natalie Troxel; University of California, Davis
Kelly McWilliams; University of California, Davis
Ross Thompson; University of California, Davis
Phillip Shaver; UC Davis
Keith Widaman; UD Davis
   Presented by: Yoojin Chae, Texas Tech University
 

Using witnesses’ memory for lineup fillers to postdict identification accuracy: Does memory strength moderate the effect?
By Andrea Arndorfer; Florida International University
Steve Charman; Florida International University
   Presented by: Andrea Arndorfer, Florida International University
 

Psychopathic Trait Instability in the Transition to Adulthood: Impact of Psychopathology and Adversity
By Joseph Tatar II; University of California, Irvine
Jennifer Skeem; University of California, Irvine
Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Joseph Tatar II, University of California, Irvine
 

Differences in Psychopathy-Linked Narcissism between Primary and Secondary Variants in Adjudicated Youth
By Andrew Gill; University of Vermont
Melissa Paiva-Salisbury; University of Vermont
Timothy Stickle; University of Vermont
   Presented by: Andrew Gill, University of Vermont
 

Under the Radar: Does Psychopathy Predict Institutional Misconduct (Detected and Undetected)
By Shilpa Krishnan; George Mason University/Saint Elizabeths Hospital
Leah Adams; George Mason University
Jeffrey Stuewig; George Mason University
Mark Hastings; George Mason University/Private Practice
June Tangney; George Mason University
   Presented by: Shilpa Krishnan, George Mason University/Saint Elizabeths Hospital
 

Double-blind lineups protect against both false identifications and inflated confidence in those identifications
By Vanessa Quiroz; Florida International University
Steve Charman; Florida International University
   Presented by: Vanessa Quiroz, Florida International University
 

Suggestibility and debriefing: Is suggestibility associated with false information provided by children after debriefing?
By Monica Rohrabaugh; University of Toledo
Kamala London; University of Toledo
   Presented by: Monica Rohrabaugh, University of Toledo
 

Representation of FFM Agreeableness and Conscientiousness Traits in Terms of the Four-Factor (PCL-based) Model of Psychopathy
By Samantha Price; University of North Texas
Craig Neumann; University of North Texas
   Presented by: Samantha Price, University of North Texas
 

And justice for all? The effects of victim attractiveness and morality on guilty verdicts
By Katherine Luecht; Florida Southern College
Daniella Cash; The University of Alabama In Huntsville
Deah Quinlivan; Florida Southern College
Victoria Lew; Florida Southern College
Caitlin Owen; Florida Southern College
Amanda Welch; Florida Southern College
   Presented by: Katherine Luecht, Florida Southern College
 

A Latent Class Analysis of Sexual Offenders and Risk
By Jared Ruchensky; Creighton University
Robin Strominger; Creighton University
Tara Ryan; Simon Fraser University
Tim McDermott; Creighton University
Jackie Paxton; Iowa Department of Corrections
Matthew Huss
   Presented by: Jared Ruchensky, Creighton University
 

Callous Lack of Empathy Differentiates Psychopathy and Antisocial Personality Disorder
By Cody Ison; EKU
Jessica Durham; EKU
Shannon Shaughnessy; EKU
Dustin Wygant; Eastern Kentucky University
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
   Presented by: Cody Ison, EKU
 

Juvenile Psychopathy The Five-Factor Model
By Meredith Emigh; John Jay College
Erin Glackin; John Jay College
Michelle Rosselli; John Jay College (CUNY)
Diana Falkenbach; JJAY.CUNY
   Presented by: Meredith Emigh, John Jay College
 

Does Taxing Cognitive Load at Cross-Examination Improve Deception Detection Rates of Children Truths and Lies?
By Christine Saykaly; McGill University
Victoria Talwar; McGill University
Mary Morris; McGill University
Rand Ghazala; McGill University
   Presented by: Christine Saykaly, McGill University
 

Relationship of subjects’ affiliation to campus to stalking/harassment and safety interventions
By Rosa Vinas-Racionero; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Mario Scalora; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Rosa Vinas-Racionero, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

Psychopathy and Aggression across Multicultural Groups
By Karla Sevilla; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Diana Falkenbach; JJAY.CUNY
Justin Balash; John Jay
   Presented by: Karla Sevilla, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

Simultaneous, sequential, and elimination lineups: Which ones should be used for other-race identifications?
By Lisa Pascal; University of Windsor
Alan Scoboria; University of Windsor
   Presented by: Lisa Pascal, University of Windsor
 

The Social Impacts of Being an Offender with Mental Illness
By Dana Formon; Drexel University
   Presented by: Beth Caillouet, WSH/UVA
 

Embedded Effort Scales in the Repeatable Battery for the Assessment of Neuropsychological Status: Do they Detect Neurocognitive Malingering?
By Adam Crighton; Eastern Kentucky University
Katrina Holt; Eastern Kentucky University
Katelyn Callahan; Eastern Kentucky University
Dustin Wygant; Eastern Kentucky University
Robert Granacher; Lexington Forensic Neuropsychiatry
   Presented by: Adam Crighton, Eastern Kentucky University
 

Improving the Detection of Feigned Factual Knowledge Deficits in Defendants Adjudicated Incompetent to Proceed
By Emily Gottfried; Florida State University
Joyce Carbonell; Florida State University
   Presented by: Emily Gottfried, Florida State University
 

Optimizing the Cut-Score of the Inventory of Legal Knowledge (ILK) with Defendants Adjudicated Incompetent to Proceed
By Emily Gottfried; Florida State University
joyce carbonell; Florida State University
   Presented by: Emily Gottfried, Florida State University
 

Examining the Moderating Influence of Disorder on Coached Over-reporting Using the MMPI-2-RF
By Ariane Olsen; St Olaf College
Carlo Veltri; St. Olaf College
   Presented by: Ariane Olsen, St Olaf College
 

Examining the effectiveness of the MMPI-2-RF in predicting time to discharge in a sample of NGRI patients.
By Adrianne Nelson
Jason Duncan; Sam Houston State University
Danielle Burchett; Patton State Hospital
David Glassmire; Patton State Hospital
   Presented by: Adrianne Nelson,
 

Comparison of the Higher-Order Scales of the MMPI-2-RF between IST and NGRI Inpatients
By Jason Duncan; Sam Houston State University
Emily Gottfried; Florida State University
Laadan Gharagozloo; Patton State Hospital
Danielle Burchett; Patton State Hospital
David Glassmire; Patton State Hospital
   Presented by: Jason Duncan, Sam Houston State University
 

Characterizing Defendants Evaluated for Competency to Stand Trial and Criminal Responsibility using the MMPI-2-RF
By Kristen McCrary; University of Louisville Medical School
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
   Presented by: Martin Sellbom, Australian National University
 

Positive Response Distortion (PRD) on the PAI vs. MMPI-2-RF among Law Enforcement/Firefighter Pre-Employment Examinees
By Kyle Clayton; Price, Proctor & Associates, LLP
Chris Bosworth; UT Southwestern Medical Center
Kevin Murch; Price, Proctor & Associates, LLP
Christine Reed; Price, Proctor & Associates, LLP
Timothy Proctor; Price, Proctor & Associates LLP
Randall Price; Price, Proctor & Associates, LLP
   Presented by: Kyle Clayton, Price, Proctor & Associates, LLP
 
Session 60: Juvenile Confessions
March 8, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Lindsay Malloy, Florida International University
Session type: contributed
 

Minimizing Perceptions of Guilt: Effects of Interrogation Technique and Suspect Age on Views of Juvenile Confessions
By Kelsey Villamarin; University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga
Dominick Atkinson; University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga
Amye Warren; University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Natalie kulisek; University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga
   Presented by: Dominick Atkinson, University Of Tennessee At Chattanooga
 

Developmental Differences in Considering a False Confession
By Pamela Pimentel; FIU
Andrea Arndorfer; Florida International University
Lindsay Malloy; Florida International University
   Presented by: Pamela Pimentel, FIU
 

The Role of Suspect and Juror Attributes in Public Perceptions of Juvenile Confession Evidence
By Hayley Cleary; Virginia Commonwealth University
Todd Warner; University of Virginia
Lucy Guarnera; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Hayley Cleary, Virginia Commonwealth University
 
Session 61: Substance Use and Offending: Moderators and Treatment
March 8, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Astrid Birgden, Deakin University
Session type: contributed
 

Does Substance Abuse Moderate the Relationship between Criminal Cognitions and Recidivism?
By Johanna Folk; George Mason University
Michael Caudy; University of South Florida
Alese Wooditch; George Mason University
Jeffrey Stuewig; George Mason University
Andres Martinez; George Mason University
Stephanie Maass; George Mason University
June Tangney; George Mason University
Faye Taxman; George Mason University
   Presented by: Johanna Folk, George Mason University
 

A COMPREHENSIVE TYPOLOGY OF SUBSTANCE MISUSING OFFENDERS: TOWARDS THE UNDERSTANDING OF OFFENDER DIVERSITY
By Anthony Hopley; University of New Brunswick
Caroline Brunelle; University of New Brunswick-Saint John
   Presented by: Anthony Hopley, University of New Brunswick
 

Reflections on managing a prison based on a human rights approach: Contrasting the New Orleans Parish Prison with a compulsory drug treatment prison in Australia
By Astrid Birgden; Deakin University
   Presented by: Astrid Birgden, Deakin University
 

Developmental Appropriateness of the DSM-V Substance-Related Disorders Criteria as applied to Justice-Involved Youth
By Leah Brogan; Drexel University
Sharon Messenheimer Kelley; Drexel University
Jennifer Weil; Data Networks Corporation
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Melinda Wolbransky
   Presented by: Leah Brogan, Drexel University
 
Session 62: Researching Harrassment
March 8, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Richard Wiener, University of Nebraska
Session type: contributed
 

Perceived Similarity and Differentiation on Judgments of Male-on-Male Sexual Harassment
By Amy Smith; University of Nebraska - Lincoln
   Presented by: Amy Smith, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 

Dehumanization of Older People: The Evaluation of Hostile Environments
By Ena Brnjic; University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Ena Brnjic, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 

Housing Discrimination against Veterans: Is there enough protection?
By Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Richard Wiener, University of Nebraska
 

Objectification and Affective Forecasting Effects on Sexual Harassment Judgments
By Katlyn Farnum; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jill Allen; University of Minnesota
Katherine Kimble; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
Sarah Gervais; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Katlyn Farnum, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 
Session 63: Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse
March 8, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Martin Sellbom, Australian National University
Session type: invited
 

Generating Batterer Subtypes Using the MMPI-2-RF PSY-5 Scales
By Rachel Rock
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
Matthew Huss
   Presented by: Rachel Rock,
 

Disclosure Patterns of Abuse: A Retrospective Approach
By Kathy McGuire; Western Illinois University
Kamala London; University of Toledo
   Presented by: Kathy McGuire, Western Illinois University
 

Measurement Equivalence of Intimate Partner Abuse Across Genders
By Karey O'Hara; University of Arizona
Melissa Tehee; University of Arizona
Andrew Perkins; University of Arizona
Connie Beck; University of Arizona
   Presented by: Karey O'Hara, University of Arizona
 

Intimate Partner Abuse in Hispanic Divorcing Couples: Risk and Protective Factors and Help-Seeking Behaviors
By Melissa Tehee; University of Arizona
Andrew Perkins; University of Arizona
Connie Beck; University of Arizona
   Presented by: Melissa Tehee, University of Arizona
 
Session 64: Eyewitnesses: Accuracy, Expert Testimony, and Juror Perceptions
March 8, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jennifer Beaudry, Swinburne University of Technology
Session type: invited
 

Video-Recorded Identification Decisions: Post-identification Feedback Eliminates Observer Sensitivity to Eyewitness Accuracy
By Jennifer Beaudry; Swinburne University of Technology
James Sauer; University of Portsmouth
   Presented by: Jennifer Beaudry, Swinburne University of Technology
 

Eyewitness identification: A novel approach to increasing hits and reducing misses
By Neil Brewer; Flinders University
Nathan Weber; Flinders University
D Stephen Lindsay; University of Victoria
   Presented by: Neil Brewer, Flinders University
 

Does inconsistency predict overall inaccuracy?: Investigating the inconsistency/inaccuracy relationship with guidance from a litigation expert.
By Alexandra Mosser; Florida International University
Ronald Fisher
Laurence Rose; University of Miami
   Presented by: Alexandra Mosser, Florida International University
 

The relationship between eyewitness memory and perceived intoxication level
By Byron Garcia; FIU
Nadja Schreiber Compo; FIU
Rolando Carol; Auburn University Montgomery
Pamela Pimentel; FIU
Jacqueline Evans; FIU
Caroline Mikaiel; Florida International University
Michelle Pena; Florida International University
Elaine Mederos
Luis Puertas; Florida International University
Dodanim Altamirano
Ian Campbell; Florida International University
Ann-Sophie Jerome; FIU
Stephan Rose
Howard Holness; FIU
Kenneth Furton; FIU
   Presented by: Byron Garcia, FIU
 
Session 65: Competence and Psychiatric Disorders
March 8, 2014 8:00 to 9:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jennifer Eno Louden, University of Texas, El Paso
Session type: contributed
 

Competence in Immigration Court and Other Administrative Proceedings
By Jack Weil; U.S. Department of Justice
Helaine Perlman; U.S. Department of Justice
   Presented by: Helaine Perlman, U.S. Department of Justice
 

Prevalence of Psychological Disorders in a Predominantly Hispanic Sample of First-Time Juvenile Offenders
By Tamara Kang; University of Texas of El Paso
James Wood; University of Texas at El Paso
Jennifer Eno Louden
Elijah Ricks; The University of Texas at El Paso
   Presented by: Tamara Kang, University of Texas of El Paso
 

Cognitive Functioning, Adaptive Behavior, and Competence Related Abilities in Children and Adolescents
By Theresa Fraser; Sam Houston State University
Nancy Panza; California State University Fullerton
   Presented by: Theresa Fraser, Sam Houston State University
 
Session 66: Competency to Participate in Immigration Proceedings
March 8, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted for symposium.
Session Chairs:
1. Derek Hess,
2. Casey Sharpe, The Chicago School of Professional Psych
Session type: contributed
 

Competence to Participate in Immigration Proceedings: Legal Analysis & Update
By Derek Hess
Casey Sharpe; The Chicago School of Professional Psych
   Presented by: Derek Hess,
   Discussant:   Thomas Grisso, University of Massachusetts Medical School
 

Competence to Participate in Immigration Proceedings: Practice Update and Preliminary Considerations for Clinicians
By Casey Sharpe; The Chicago School of Professional Psych
Derek Hess
   Presented by: Casey Sharpe, The Chicago School of Professional Psych
   Discussant:   Thomas Grisso, University of Massachusetts Medical School
 

Competence to Participate in Immigration Proceedings: Real-world Perspectives, Challenges, and Tips
By Janet Beck; University of Houston
Derek Hess
Casey Sharpe; The Chicago School of Professional Psych
   Presented by: Janet Beck, University of Houston
   Discussant:   Thomas Grisso, University of Massachusetts Medical School
 

Inquiry into the Evaluation of Competence in Immigration Proceedings
By Addie Garland; Chicago School Professional Psychology
Casey Sharpe; The Chicago School of Professional Psych
Derek Hess
   Presented by: Addie Garland, Chicago School Professional Psychology
   Discussant:   Thomas Grisso, University of Massachusetts Medical School
 

Discussant:   Thomas Grisso, University of Massachusetts Medical School
 
Session 67: The Other 97%: Psycho-legal Factors and Consequences of Plea Bargaining
March 8, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted
Session Chair: Eve Brank, University of Nebraska
Session type: contributed
 

Bargained Justice: Plea Bargaining's Innocence Problem and the Brady Safety-Valve
By Lucian Dervan; Southern Illinois Univ. School of Law
   Presented by: Lucian Dervan, Southern Illinois Univ. School of Law
 

Let’s Make A Deal: Varying Plea Discount and Conviction Probability to Get a Deal
By Miko Wilford; Iowa State University
Gary Wells; Iowa State University
Shelby Forsythe; University of Nevada, Reno
Taylor Harrison; Iowa State University
   Presented by: Miko Wilford, Iowa State University
 

System factors in a “System of pleas”
By Josh Haby; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jeremy Blumenthal; Syracuse University
Eve Brank; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Josh Haby, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

Plea Decision-Making among Defense Attorneys, Prosecutors, and Judges
By Allison Redlich; University at Albany (SUNY)
Robert Norris; University at Albany, SUNY
   Presented by: Allison Redlich, University at Albany (SUNY)
 

Discussant:   Shawn Bushway, SUNY Albany
 
Session 68: Family-Based Treatment for Substance Abusing Juvenile Offenders
March 8, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Craig Henderson, Sam Houston State University
Session type: contributed
 

A Family-Based Substance Abuse, Delinquency, and HIV Prevention Intervention for Detained Adolescents
By Craig Henderson; Sam Houston State University
Gayle Dakof; University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine
Cindy Mena; Sam Houston State University
Hyemin Jeon; Sam Houston State University
Scholar Colbourn; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Craig Henderson, Sam Houston State University
 

Parent-Adolescent Discrepancies of Parental Monitoring and Adolescent Delinquency
By Lisa Kan; Sam Houston State University
Jenna Tomei; Sam Houston State University
Carla Munoz; Sam Houston State University
Hyemin Jeon; Sam Houston State University
Craig Henderson; Sam Houston State University
Gayle Dakof; University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine
   Presented by: Lisa Kan, Sam Houston State University
 

Hispanic Subgroup Differences as a Moderator of Treatment Effects in Multidimensional Family
By John Manning; Sam Houston State University
Craig Henderson; Sam Houston State University
Carla Munoz; Sam Houston State University
Jason Lawrence; Sam Houston State University
HSIAO-WEN WANG; Sam Houston State University
Gayle Dakof; University of Miami, Miller School of Medicine
   Presented by: John Manning, Sam Houston State University
 

Changes in family functioning may differentially affect outcomes for male and female adolescents in substance use and delinquency treatment
By Theresa Fraser; Sam Houston State University
Craig Henderson; Sam Houston State University
Jason Lawrence; Sam Houston State University
HSIAO-WEN WANG; Sam Houston State University
Laadan Gharagozloo; Postdoctoral Fellow at Patton State Hospital/Graduate of Sam Houston State University
Alixandra Burks; Sam Houston State University
Cindy Mena; Sam Houston State University
Carla Munoz; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Theresa Fraser, Sam Houston State University
   Discussant:   Randall Salekin, University of Alabama
 

Discussant:   Randall Salekin, University of Alabama
 
Session 69: State certification of forensic examiners
March 8, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
YES consider all papers for Individual papers if session not accepted.
Session Chair: Michelle Guyton,
Session type: contributed
 

State certification of mental health professionals who perform criminal forensic evaluations
By Michelle Guyton
Jon Ryan; Pacific University
Robert Cosby; Pacific University
   Presented by: Michelle Guyton,
 

Training and Certification of Forensic Psychologists in Massachusetts
By Ira Packer; UMass Medical School
   Presented by: Ira Packer, UMass Medical School
 

Three-step State Certification Program for Competency to Stand Trial Evaluators
By Denis Zavodny; GA Department of Behavioral Health & DD
Karen Bailey; Georgia DBHDD
   Presented by: Denis Zavodny, GA Department of Behavioral Health & DD
 

Stakeholder’s perception of Oregon’s Forensic Evaluator Certification Program.
By Alexander Millkey; Northwest Forensic Institute, LLC
Michelle Guyton
   Presented by: Alexander Millkey, Northwest Forensic Institute, LLC
 

Discussant:   Kirk Heilbrun, Drexel University
 
Session 70: Assessment of Youth Callous-Unemotional Traits
March 8, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted
Session Chair: Sarah Haas, University at Buffalo
Session type: contributed
 

Validity of Multiple Informant Evaluations of Callous-Unemotional Traits in Children with Conduct Problems
By Sarah Haas; University at Buffalo
Lauryn Morrison; University of South Carolina
Dan Waschbusch; Penn State University
Mike Willoughby; University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Karen Derefinko; University of Kentucky
Sarah Helseth; Florida International University
Kat Crum; Florida International University
Amy Altszuler; Florida International University
Megan Ross; Florida International University
Erika Coles; Florida International University
William Pelham; Florida International University
   Presented by: Sarah Haas, University at Buffalo
   Discussant:   Paul Frick, University of New Orleans
 

An item response theory analysis of the Inventory of Callous-Unemotional (ICU) traits
By James Ray; University of New Orleans
Paul Frick; University of New Orleans
Laura Thornton; University of New Orleans
Laurence Steinberg; Temple University
Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: James Ray, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   Paul Frick, University of New Orleans
 

Structural Coherence and External Relationships of the Revised ICU
By Dustin Pardini; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Samuel Hawes; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Jeffrey Burke; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Rolf Loeber; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
   Presented by: Samuel Hawes, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
   Discussant:   Paul Frick, University of New Orleans
 

The Importance of Measuring Anxiety In the Assessment of Callous Unemotional Traits: Evidence for Differential Empathy Deficits
By Rachel Kahn; University of New Orleans
Paul Frick; University of New Orleans
Farrah Golmaryami; University of New Orleans
Monica Marsee; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Rachel Kahn, University of New Orleans
   Discussant:   Paul Frick, University of New Orleans
 

Discussant:   Paul Frick, University of New Orleans
 
Session 71: Current Advances in the Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Experimental Approaches
March 8, 2014 9:15 to 10:35
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Melissa Russano, Roger Williams University
Session type: contributed
 

The Impact of Cognitive Load and WMC on Information Elicitation and Deception Detection
By Sean Lane; Louisiana State University
Stephanie Martin; Louisiana State University
Emily Elliott; Louisiana State University
Kacie Mennie; Louisiana State University
   Presented by: Sean Lane, Louisiana State University
 

Motivations for a Source to Resist an Interrogation: Consequences to the Self versus Consequences to an Other
By Julie LaBianca; University of Texas at El Paso
Chris Meissner; Iowa State University
Kate Houston; University of Texas at El Paso
   Presented by: Julie LaBianca, University of Texas at El Paso
 

Social Influence Interrogations: Internal and External Sources of Motivation
By Kate Houston; University of Texas at El Paso
Chris Meissner; Iowa State University
Julie LaBianca; University of Texas at El Paso
Skye Woestehoff; University of Texas-El Paso
Amy Ross; UTEP
Steven Kleinman
   Presented by: Kate Houston, University of Texas at El Paso
 

Working Memory Capacity and Cognitive Load Influence People’s Veracity Judgments of Interviewees
By Sean Lane; Louisiana State University
Stephanie Martin; Louisiana State University
Emily Elliott; Louisiana State University
Kacie Mennie; Louisiana State University
   Presented by: Sean Lane, Louisiana State University
 

Using the Cognitive Interview to elicit information about organizations
By Ronald Fisher
Dana Hirn Mueller; Florida International University
Belinda Robertson; Florida International University
   Presented by: Dana Hirn Mueller, Florida International University
 

Discussant:   Steven Kleinman,
 
Session 72: Social/Cognitive Influences in Child Witness Interviewing
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Sonja Brubacher, Central Michigan University
Session type: contributed
 

Young children’s difficulty with “Do you know” questions: Implications for questioning child witnesses
By Angela Evans; Brock University
Stacia Stolzenberg; USC Gould School of Law
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
   Presented by: Angela Evans, Brock University
 

The Influence of Prior “Knowledge” on Inexperienced Interviewers’ Questioning
By Heather Price; University of Regina
Peter Ornstein; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Debra Poole; Central Michigan University
   Presented by: Heather Price, University of Regina
 

Young Children’s Understanding of Prepositions and Clothing Placement in a Lab and Court Setting
By Stacia Stolzenberg; USC Gould School of Law
Thomas Lyon; USC Gould School of Law
Ronnie Weinstein; Brooklyn Law School
Leah Mirales; USC Gould School of Law
Brittany Younger; USC Gould School of Law
   Presented by: Stacia Stolzenberg, USC Gould School of Law
 

Extended Guidelines for Interviewing Children who Alleged Repeated Abuse
By Sonja Brubacher; Central Michigan University
Martine Powell; Deakin University
Kim Roberts; Wilfrid Laurier University
   Presented by: Sonja Brubacher, Central Michigan University
 

Discussant:   Karen Saywitz, UCLA
 
Session 73: APLS Teaching, Training, and Careers Committee Special Panel--Teaching Psychology and Law in the 21st Century
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Garret Berman, Roger Williams University
Session type: invited
 

Learning by Doing! Encouraging and Implementing Active Learning in the Classroom
By Garret Berman; Roger Williams University
   Presented by: Garret Berman, Roger Williams University
 

"There's an App for that": Incorporating learning technologies within the classroom
By Stephen Ross; University of Washington, Tacoma
   Presented by: Stephen Ross, University of Washington, Tacoma
 

Mail Correspondence and Enhance Student Learning
By Scott Culhane; University of Wyoming
   Presented by: Scott Culhane, University of Wyoming
 

What is my (or even a) Teaching Philosophy and Does it Really Matter?
By Matthew Huss
   Presented by: Matthew Huss,
 
Session 74: Current Advances in the Psychology of Investigative Interviewing: Field Approaches
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kate Houston, University of Texas at El Paso
Session type: contributed
 

Analysts and HUMINT Interrogations: Role and Perceptions
By Melissa Russano; Roger Williams University
Fadia Narchet; University of New Haven
   Presented by: Melissa Russano, Roger Williams University
 

Examining the meso-level domains of the interrogation taxonomy: Emphases and dynamics
By Christopher Kelly; St Joes University
Allison Redlich; University at Albany (SUNY)
Jeanee Miller; University at Albany, SUNY
   Presented by: Christopher Kelly, St Joes University
 

An Experimental Survey of Investigative and Intelligence Interview Practices in Australasia
By Diane Sivasubramaniam; Swinburne University
Jane Goodman-Delahunty; Charles Sturt University
   Presented by: Diane Sivasubramaniam, Swinburne University
 

A Field Study on the Feasibility and Effectiveness of the Eye-Closure Interview
By Annelies Vredeveldt; University of Cape Town
Colin Tredoux; uct
Kate Kempen; University of Cape Town
Alicia Nortje; University of Cape Town
Cheneal Puljevic; University of Cape Town
Gerard Labuschagne; South African Police Services
   Presented by: Annelies Vredeveldt, University of Cape Town
 

Interpreters and HUMINT Interrogations: Perceptions and Insights
By Melissa Russano; Roger Williams University
Fadia Narchet; University of New Haven
   Presented by: Melissa Russano, Roger Williams University
 

Discussant:   Susan Brandon, Federal Bureau of Investigation
 
Session 75: The intersection of risk assessment, sanctions and treatment in juvenile justice
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session type: contributed
 

Intervening with High-Risk Youth: Using Science to Achieve Large-Scale Crime Reduction
By Jennifer Skeem; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Jennifer Skeem, University of California, Irvine
   Discussant:   Edward Mulvey, University of Pittsburgh School of Medic
 

Institutionalizing Youth: Does it Lead to Higher Rates of Recidivism?
By Gina Vincent; UMass Medical School
Laura Guy; Umass Medical School
Bernice Gershenson; UMass Medical School
Rachael Perrault; UMass Medical School
   Presented by: Gina Vincent, UMass Medical School
   Discussant:   Edward Mulvey, University of Pittsburgh School of Medic
 

The relative influence of risk level and treatment on outcomes following release from a juvenile residential placement
By Carol Schubert; University of Pittsburgh
   Presented by: Carol Schubert, University of Pittsburgh
   Discussant:   Edward Mulvey, University of Pittsburgh School of Medic
 

Discussant:   Edward Mulvey, University of Pittsburgh School of Medic
 
Session 76: The Atkins Decision: Current Issues & Perspectives
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
YES consider all session papers as individual papers if not accepted
Session Chair: Karen Salekin, The University of Alabama
Session type: contributed
 

The Legal Determination of Intellectual Disability: The Impact of the Briseno Factors
By Rachel deLacy; The University of Alabama
Krystal Hedge; The University of Alabama
Karen Salekin; The University of Alabama
   Presented by: Rachel deLacy, The University of Alabama
 

The Prototypical Stereotype: Perceptions of Functioning when Categorized as Intellectually Disabled
By Mary Wood; The University of Alabama
Karen Salekin; The University of Alabama
   Presented by: Mary Wood, The University of Alabama
 

Convergent Validity: Use of WAIS-IV vs. SB5 in Intellectual Functioning Assessment
By Karen Salekin; The University of Alabama
Mary Wood; The University of Alabama
Kevin McGrew; Institute for Applied Psychometrics
Debra Chen
Krystal Hedge; The University of Alabama
   Presented by: Karen Salekin, The University of Alabama
 

The Assessment of Malingering in Capital Cases: An Analysis of Atkins Opinions
By Rachel deLacy; The University of Alabama
Karen Salekin; The University of Alabama
   Presented by: Rachel deLacy, The University of Alabama
 

Mock Juries' Conundrum in Atkins Hearings: Deliberation, Bias, and an IQ Score of 76
By Debra Chen
Karen Salekin
Caroline Titcomb; The University of Alabama
   Presented by: Caroline Titcomb, The University of Alabama
 

Discussant:   David DeMatteo, Drexel University
 
Session 77: Examining callousness among youth and its implications for models of antisocial behavior and psychopathy development
March 8, 2014 13:30 to 14:50
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Rebecca Waller, University of Michigan
Session type: contributed
 

Developmental precursors of adolescent callousness/low prosociality in low income urban males
By Rebecca Waller; University of Michigan
   Presented by: Rebecca Waller, University of Michigan
   Discussant:   Dustin Pardini, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 

Applying the Social Information Processing Model to Childhood Callous-Unemotional Traits
By David Schuberth; Simon Fraser University
Dave Pasalich; Simon Fraser University
Robert McMahon; Simon Fraser University
Kenneth Dodge; Duke University
John Lochman; University of Alabama
   Presented by: David Schuberth, Simon Fraser University
   Discussant:   Dustin Pardini, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 

Impaired Use of Expect Value Information in Youth with Disruptive Behavior Disorders During Decision-Making.
By Stuart White; National Institute of Mental Health, NIH
   Presented by: Stuart White, National Institute of Mental Health, NIH
   Discussant:   Dustin Pardini, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 

Trajectories of Interpersonal Callousness and Antisocial Behavior: Pathways to Adult Psychopathy
By Samuel Hawes; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Amy Byrd; University of Pittsburgh
Donald Lynam; Purdue University
Dustin Pardini; University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
   Presented by: Samuel Hawes, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
   Discussant:   Dustin Pardini, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 

Discussant:   Dustin Pardini, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
 
Session 78: Juvenile Impulsivity and Resilience
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Elizabeth Cauffman, University of California, Irvine
Session type: contributed
 

Pathways to Sensation Seeking Among First-Time Juvenile Offenders
By Sachiko Donley; University of California- Irvine
Jordan Bechtold; University of California, Irvine
Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Sachiko Donley, University of California- Irvine
 

Links between reoffending and dynamic change on impulsivity within justice involved youths
By Jennifer Beneteau; Simon Fraser University
Jodi Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Jennifer Beneteau, Simon Fraser University
 

Impulse Control Moderates the Association between CU Traits and Delinquency and Aggression in a Sample of First-Time Offending Boys.
By Tina Wall; University of New Orleans
Paul Frick; University of New Orleans
Laura Thornton; University of New Orleans
James Ray; University of New Orleans
Elizabeth Cauffman; University of California, Irvine
Laurence Steinberg; Temple University
   Presented by: Tina Wall, University of New Orleans
 

The Role of Resiliency in Youths At-Risk of Antisocial Behaviour
By Mary Ann Campbell; University of New Brunswick Saint John
Donaldo Canales; University of New Brunswick-Saint John
Caroline Brunelle; University of New Brunswick-Saint John
   Presented by: Mary Ann Campbell, University of New Brunswick Saint John
 
Session 79: Examining Risk Assessment Models
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Daryl Kroner, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Session type: contributed
 

Self-reported and LS/CMI measured risk factors: Relation to RNR adherence and criminal recidivism
By Stephanie Brooks Holliday; Drexel University
Kirk Heilbrun; Drexel University
David DeMatteo; Drexel University
Ralph Fretz; CEC, Inc.
Christopher King; Drexel University
   Presented by: Stephanie Brooks Holliday, Drexel University
 

Offender self-perceptions and correctional assessment results: An examination of associations among risk level, criminogenic needs, motivation for change, and treatment readiness
By Christopher King; Drexel University
Stephanie Brooks Holliday; Drexel University
Kirk Heilbrun; Drexel University
David DeMatteo; Drexel University
Ralph Fretz; Community Education Centers, Inc.
   Presented by: Christopher King, Drexel University
 

The Relationship between Crime-Causing and Crime-Reducing (Desistance) Factors: A Test of a Basic Assumption of the Dynamic Risk Model
By Daryl Kroner; Southern Illinois University Carbondale
   Presented by: Daryl Kroner, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
 

Characterizing Inmates with Firearm-Related Crimes
By Brandee Goodwin; University of Alabama
Rebecca Kastner; University of Alabama
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
   Presented by: Brandee Goodwin, University of Alabama
 
Session 80: Civil Law and Trial Issues
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jonathan Vallano, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
Session type: contributed
 

An Examination of Psychological Injury Schemas in Civil Cases: A Comparison with Physical Injury Schemas
By Jonathan Vallano; University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
Kelly Lawson; n/a
Christopher Altman; Ball State University
   Presented by: Jonathan Vallano, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg
 

Hate Speech and Constitutional Tension: Effects of Framing Free Speech and Equal Protection Values
By Katherine Kimble; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Katherine Kimble, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

Bringing Psychology to the Courtroom and Vice Versa: Conceptualization and Design of a Course in Trial Consulting
By Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
Stanley Brodsky
   Presented by: Robert Cramer, Sam Houston State University
 

Predicting Institutional Misconduct in a Sample of Civilly Committed Sexually Violent Persons (SVP)
By Joseph Toomey; MHM Services, Inc.
DIANA DOBIER
Shan Jumper; Liberty Health Care
   Presented by: Joseph Toomey, MHM Services, Inc.
 
Session 81: Trauma: Effects, Moderators, and Treatment
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Keith Cruise, Fordham University
Session type: invited
 

Which comes first, affect regulation or trauma-specific symptom change? Understanding mechanisms of treatment change among incarcerared females.
By Matthew Stimmel; VA Palo Alto Health Care System
Keith Cruise; Fordham University
Julian Ford; University of Connecticut Health Center
Joan Levine; University of Connecticut Health Center
Rocio Chang; University of Connecticut Health Center
   Presented by: Matthew Stimmel, VA Palo Alto Health Care System
 

The Moderating Effects of Resilience in the Relationship Between Childhood Physical Abuse, Criminal Behavior, and Antisocial Traits (student presenter)
By Lia Rohlehr; Fordham University
   Presented by: Lia Rohlehr, Fordham University
 

Assessing Trauma Bonding in Trafficked Youth: An Exploratory Study
By Joan Reid; University of Massachusetts Lowell
Juliana Huard; University of Massachusetts Lowell
Rachael Haskell; Saint Leo University
   Presented by: Joan Reid, University of Massachusetts Lowell
 

Relationships between Commercial Sexual Exploitation,Substance Dependency and Delinquency in Male and Female Youthful Offenders
By Joan Reid; University of Massachusetts Lowell
Alex Piquero; University of Texas at Dallas
   Presented by: Joan Reid, University of Massachusetts Lowell
 
Session 82: Eyewitnesses: Showups, Lineups, and New Tools for Children
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Charlie Goodsell, Canisius College
Session type: invited
 

Showups: The impact of multiple showups on eyewitness decision-making and innocence risk
By Andrew Smith; Queen's University
Roderick Lindsay; Queen's University
Natalie Kalmet; Queen's University
Michelle Bertrand; University of Winnipeg
Daniel Provenzano; Queen's University
   Presented by: Andrew Smith, Queen's University
 

The Effect of Perpetrator Distinctiveness and Weapon Presence on Simultaneous versus Sequential Lineup Performance: An Evaluation using ROC Analysis
By Curt Carlson; Texas A&M University - Commerce
Maria Carlson; Texas A&M University - Commerce
   Presented by: Curt Carlson, Texas A&M University - Commerce
 

Showups vs. Lineups: An Exploration Using the WITNESS Model
By Charlie Goodsell; Canisius College
Ryan McAdoo; Canisius College
Scott Gronlund; University of Oklahoma
Jeffrey Neuschatz; UAH
Stacy Wetmore; University of Oklahoma
   Presented by: Charlie Goodsell, Canisius College
 

Face-Off: A new procedure for child eyewitness identifications
By Heather Price; University of Regina
Ryan Fitzgerald; University of Regina
   Presented by: Heather Price, University of Regina
 
Session 83: Child Witnesses and Truth Telling
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Amye Warren, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Session type: invited
 

Lie to Me: Compliant False Accusations by Children
By Amelia Hritz; Cornell University
Caisa Royer; Cornell University
Grace Monks; Cornell University
Brian Cash; Cornell University
Victoria Dahl; Cornell University
Stephen Ceci; Cornell University
   Presented by: Amelia Hritz, Cornell University
 

The secret of stories: The role of positive and negative truth induction techniques in children’s lie-telling
By Shanna Williams; McGill University
Sarah Yachison; McGill University
Karissa Leduc; McGill University
Victoria Talwar; McGill University
   Presented by: Shanna Williams, McGill University
 

Development of the Child Credibility Assessment Scale: A tool to assess perceptions of child witnesses
By Amye Warren; University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Andre Kehn; University of North Dakota
Kimberly Schweitzer; University of Wyoming
Narina Nunez; University of Wyoming
Carolyn Pepper; University of Wyoming
   Presented by: Andre Kehn, University of North Dakota
 

Child Age, Child Gender, and Event Valence Influence Adults’ Abilities to Detect the Truth of Children’s Eyewitness Memory Reports
By Jonni Johnson; UC Davis
Sue Hobbs; UC Davis
Yoojin Chae; Texas Tech University
Gail Goodman; UC Davis
Donna Shestowsky; UC Davis
Stephanie Block; University of Massachusetts, Lowell
   Presented by: Jonni Johnson, UC Davis
 
Session 84: Saleem Shah Early Career Award
March 8, 2014 15:00 to 16:00
Estherwood, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jodi Quas, UCI
Session type: invited
 
Session 85: Understanding and Treating Juvenile Offenders
March 8, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Leigh Greiner, Carleton University
Session type: contributed
 

Treating Anger and Aggression: Mechanisms of Action in the Juvenile Justice Anger Management (JJAM) Treatment for Girls
By Lindsey Peterson; Drexel University
Christy Giallella; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Rachel Hirst; Drexel University
Jennifer Serico; Kennedy Krieger Institute
Amanda Santandrea; Drexel University
   Presented by: Lindsey Peterson, Drexel University
 

Constructing a Gender-Informed Typology to Improve Service Delivery for Adolescent Offenders
By Leigh Greiner; Carleton University
Shelley Brown; Carleton University
   Presented by: Leigh Greiner, Carleton University
 

An Ecological Model for Intervention for Juvenile Justice-Involved Girls with Disruptive Behavior Problems: Development and Preliminary Prospective Evaluation
By Shabnam Javdani; New York University
   Presented by: Shabnam Javdani, New York University
 
Session 86: Judicial Decision Making and Trial Evidence
March 8, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Hayley Wechsler, Sam Houston State University
Session type: contributed
 

Neuroscience in the courtroom: The impact may be less than we thought
By Casey LaDuke; Drexel University
Benjamin Locklair; Drexel University
Kellie McWilliams; Drexel University
Nayoung Kim; Drexel University
Kirk Heilbrun; Drexel University
   Presented by: Casey LaDuke, Drexel University
 

Investigating the Impact of Extraneous Factors in Judicial Decisions: Mental Fatigue and Parole Decision-Making in Maryland
By Daren Fisher; University of Maryland
Margaret Hardy; University of Maryland
Thomas Loughran; University of Maryland
   Presented by: Daren Fisher, University of Maryland
 

Evaluating Scientific Evidence in Court: Judicial Perceptions of Trial Errors
By Hayley Wechsler; Sam Houston State University
Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
Andre Kehn; University of North Dakota
Marcus Boccaccini
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Hayley Wechsler, Sam Houston State University
 

Juror Perceptions of Mental Health and Neuroscience Evidence
By Elyse Mowle; Texas A&M University
John Edens; Texas A&M University
Karolina Sorman; Karolinska Institutet
John Clark; University of Texas Tyler
   Presented by: Elyse Mowle, Texas A&M University
 
Session 87: Factors in Recidivism Risk
March 8, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Dale McNiel, UCSF
Session type: invited
 

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Increases Risk for Criminal Recidivism Among Justice-Involved Persons with Mental Disorders
By Naomi Sadeh
Dale McNiel; UCSF
   Presented by: Naomi Sadeh,
 

The Relative Predictive Utility of Hostile Attribution Bias and Psychopathy for Criminal Justice Outcomes
By Dana Putney; University of South Florida
Patrick Kennealy; University of South Florida
Joseph Tatar II; University of California, Irvine
Jennifer Skeem; University of California, Irvine
   Presented by: Dana Putney, University of South Florida
 

Dynamic Risk: A Prospective Repeated Measures Examination of the HCR-20 and START
By Adam Blanchard; Simon Fraser University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Adam Blanchard, Simon Fraser University
 

The Role of Responsivity Factors in Predicting Recidivism Risk for Offenders
By Ainslie McDougall; University of New Brunswick
Mary Ann Campbell; University of New Brunswick Saint John
   Presented by: Ainslie McDougall, University of New Brunswick
 
Session 88: Witness Interviewing
March 8, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Nadja Schreiber Compo, FIU
Session type: invited
 

The Effects of Blind Versus Informed Interviewing on Eyewitness Source Memory
By Jillian Rivard; Florida International University
Stephanie Benson; Florida International University
Nadja Schreiber Compo; FIU
   Presented by: Jillian Rivard, Florida International University
 

Confirmation Bias in Witness Interviewing: The Delayed Impact of Pre-Interview Knowledge
By Jillian Rivard; Florida International University
Nadja Schreiber Compo; FIU
Luis Puertas; Florida International University
Sandra Castellon; Florida International University
Lorena Ferreira; Florida International University
Yoanna Benitez; Florida International University
Byron Garcia; FIU
Caroline Mikaiel; Florida International University
Michelle Pena; Florida International University
Ian Campbell; Florida International University
   Presented by: Jillian Rivard, Florida International University
 

Positive and negative investigative interviewing techniques: Do police interviewers know the difference?
By Dana Hirn Mueller; Florida International University
Nadja Schreiber Compo; FIU
Pamela Pimentel; FIU
Jacqueline Molina; Florida International University
Alexarae Bryon; Florida International University
   Presented by: Dana Hirn Mueller, Florida International University
 

The Effect of the 'Don't Know' Ground Rule in Forensic Interviews with Children
By Becky Earhart; Wilfrid Laurier University
David La Rooy; University of Abertay Dundee
Kayleen Willemsen; Wilfrid Laurier University
Sonja Brubacher; Central Michigan University
Michael Lamb
   Presented by: Becky Earhart, Wilfrid Laurier University
 
Session 89: Child Witnesses and Memory
March 8, 2014 16:10 to 17:10
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Thomas Ormerod, University of Surrey UK
Session type: invited
 

The Development of Memory Editing Strategies
By Kara Moore
James Lampinen; University of Arkansas
David Gallo; University of Chicao
Ana Bridges; University of Arkansas
   Presented by: Kara Moore, University of Arkansas
 

A contextual change can facilitate children's memory for instances of a repeat event
By Dayna Gomes; Simon Fraser University
Deborah Connolly; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Dayna Gomes, Simon Fraser University
 

Child witnesses and victims with Autistic Spectrum Disorder: Drawing to support episodic remembering.
By Michelle Mattison; Lancaster University
Coral Dando; University of Wolverhampton
Thomas Ormerod; University of Surrey UK
   Presented by: Coral Dando, University of Wolverhampton
 

"Show me when it happened": Using a visual 'timeline' to aid children's temporal recall
By Kim Roberts; Wilfrid Laurier University
Leanne Gosse; University of Waterloo
   Presented by: Kim Roberts, Wilfrid Laurier University
 
Session 90: Death Penalty Decision Making
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Nottoway, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Christopher Kelly, St Joes University
Session type: contributed
 

Understanding life and death decision making: The Capital Jury Project Redux
By Dennis Devine; IUPUI
Christopher Kelly; St Joes University
   Presented by: Dennis Devine, IUPUI
 

Measuring Attitudes towards the Death Penalty: Moving Beyond a Dichotomous Approach
By Will Whited; The University of Southern Mississippi
Bailey Bennett; University of Southern Mississippi
Jon Mandracchia; The University of Southern Mississippi
   Presented by: Will Whited, The University of Southern Mississippi
 

To fight or flee? Fear increases jurors’ recall of mitigating factors
By Kimberly Schweitzer; University of Wyoming
Christopher Chai; University of Wyoming
Narina Nunez; University of Wyoming
Bryan Myers; UNCW
   Presented by: Kimberly Schweitzer, University of Wyoming
 
Session 91: The Influence of Race and Religion on Jury Decision Making
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Oak Alley, 4th Floor
 
Session Chair: Jennifer Hunt, SUNY Buffalo State
Session type: contributed
 

The JuStiCe Model: Integrating Justification, Suppression, and Correction Processes to Understand the Effects of Race on Juror Decision Making
By Jennifer Hunt; SUNY Buffalo State
   Presented by: Jennifer Hunt, SUNY Buffalo State
 

Minority Influence during Jury Deliberation: Differential Information Processing of Black versus White Holdout Jurors’ Arguments
By Jared Martin; Arizona State University
Jessica Salerno; Arizona State University
   Presented by: Jessica Salerno, Arizona State University
 

Religion’s Role in the Acceptance of Aggravating and Mitigating Circumstances
By Logan Yelderman
Monica Miller; University of Nevada, Reno
   Presented by: Logan Yelderman,
 

Blind justice: Visual attention encourages group differences in legal decisions
By Yael Granot; New York University
Emily Balcetis; New York University
Kristin Schneider; New York University
Tom Tyler; Yale Law School
   Presented by: Yael Granot, New York University
 
Session 92: Efforts Towards Preventing Delinquency
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Ballroom D, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Randall Salekin, University of Alabama
Session type: contributed
 

Developmental Maturity in Adolescent Offenders: Using the RSTI-SR to Examine the Effectiveness of Current Measures of Maturity
By Christopher Gillen; University of Southern Mississippi
Emily MacDougall; University of Alabama
Randall Salekin; University of Alabama
   Presented by: Emily MacDougall, University of Alabama
 

Contributions of Specific Psychosocial Maturity and Treatment Amenability Features to Antisocial Processing Among Adolescent Offenders
By Natalie Harrison; University of Alabama
Abby Clark; University of Alabama
Randall Salekin; University of Alabama
   Presented by: Natalie Harrison, University of Alabama
 

Neighborhood Collective Efficacy Protects Against Delinquency Among At-Risk Teens
By Dylan Holt; University of Virginia
Lucy Guarnera; University of Virginia
N. Dickon Reppucci; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Dylan Holt, University of Virginia
 

Institutional Placement and Illegal Earnings: Examining the Crime School Hypothesis
By Holly Nguyen; University of Maryland
Thomas Loughran; University of Maryland
Raymond Paternoster; University of Maryland
Jeffrey Fagan; Columbia University
Alex Piquero; UTD
   Presented by: Thomas Loughran, University of Maryland
 
Session 93: Issues Impacting Testimony
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Chenier, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Deborah Connolly, Simon Fraser University
Session type: invited
 

A double-edged sword: Examining the effect of negative acknowledgment and self-blame on perceptions of a blamed rape victim
By Kathryn Sperry; Castleton State College
Chelsea Sheehan; Castleton State College
Cassandra Pinaire; Castleton State College
Molly Ramsden; Castleton State College
McKynze Works; Castleton State College
   Presented by: Kathryn Sperry, Castleton State College
 

You’re Too Old for That? The Effects of Testimonial Supports on Adult Witnesses
By Kristin Chong; Simon Fraser University
Deborah Connolly; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Kristin Chong, Simon Fraser University
 

Kiss and don't tell: Emotional bonding and relationship orientation predict false alibi vulnerability
By Daniel Jones; University of Texas, El Paso
Adon Neria; University of Texas, El Paso
Harmon Hosch; University of Texas, El Paso
   Presented by: Daniel Jones, University of Texas, El Paso
 

Deposition Tug-of-War: How Attorneys and Expert Witnesses Can Exert Control
By Michelle Jones; The University of Alabama
David Sams
Jacklyn Nagle
Stanley Brodsky
Daniel King
David Glaser; Glaser Forensic Group
   Presented by: Michelle Jones, The University of Alabama
 
Session 94: Competency Restoration
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Couteau, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kimberly Larson, University of Massachusetts Medical
Session type: invited
 

Outpatient Competency Restoration in Texas: An Evaluation of Eleven Programs
By Cate Graziani; Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
Lynda Frost; Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
Michele Guzman; Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
   Presented by: Lynda Frost, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
 

Psychiatric, Cognitive, and Treatment Factors Contributing to Competency Restoration
By Heather McMahon; Central New York Psychiatric Center
Nichole Marioni; Central New York Psychiatric Center
Stephanie Lilly; Central New York Psychiatric Center
Megan Lape; Central New York Psychiatric Center
   Presented by: Heather McMahon, Central New York Psychiatric Center
 

Juvenile Competence to Stand Trial: An Evaluation of States’ Services for Competence Remediation
By Summer Langley
Kimberly Larson; University of Massachusetts Medical
   Presented by: Summer Langley,
 

Adult Outpatient Competency Restoration Programs: Results from a Nationwide Review
By Danielle Therson; University of Denver
Danielle Speelman; University of Denver
William Gowensmith; University of Denver
   Presented by: William Gowensmith, University of Denver
 
Session 95: Sex Differences and Gender Expectations
March 8, 2014 17:20 to 18:20
Grand Ballroom E, 5th Floor
 
Session Chair: Kellie Lynch, University of Kentucky
Session type: invited
 

Sexual Expectations and Deservingness for Sex: The Application of Sexual Social Exchange Theory to Perceptions of Date Rape
By Kellie Lynch; University of Kentucky
Nesa Wasarhaley; University of Kentucky
Jonathan Golding; University of Kentucky
   Presented by: Kellie Lynch, University of Kentucky
 

An Examination of Psychopathic Traits and Gender Differences in Police Officers: Police recruits vs. sergeants
By Vanessa Jimenez; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Emily O'Connell; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Diana Falkenbach; JJAY.CUNY
   Presented by: Vanessa Jimenez, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
 

Influence of gender on experts’ perceptions of risk
By Michelle Guyton
   Presented by: Michelle Guyton,
 
Session 96: Saturday Night Poster Session
March 8, 2014 18:30 to 20:00
Armstrong Ballroom, 8th Floor
 
Session type: poster
 

Job-seeking Strategies of Ex-Offenders
By Brittany Bate; Sam Houston State University
Michael Horvath; Cleveland State University
   Presented by: Brittany Bate, Sam Houston State University
 

The Impact of Victim Impact Statements: A Meta-Analytic Review
By Jeremy Blumenthal; Syracuse University
   Presented by: Jeremy Blumenthal, Syracuse University
 

The Role of Parenting Style and Attachment in the Relationship between Parental Incarceration and Future Child Incarceration
By Audrey Masilla; Fielding Graduate University
Dawn Lanaville; Fielding Graduate University
Lisa Beck; University of Alabama
Kristine Jacquin; Fielding Graduate University
   Presented by: Kristine Jacquin, Fielding Graduate University
 

Factors Associated with Risk Principle Adherence and Recidivism in a Mental Health Jail Diversion Program
By Candalyn Rade; North Carolina State University
Sarah Desmarais; North Carolina State University
Richard Van Dorn; RTI International
Robin Telford; University of South Florida
Evan Lowder; North Carolina State University
John Petrila; University of South Florida
   Presented by: Candalyn Rade, North Carolina State University
 

The influences of personality and locus of control on life goals in offenders
By Luci Dumas; University of Northern Iowa
   Presented by: Luci Dumas, University of Northern Iowa
 

Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2-Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) Predictors of Probationer Recidivism
By Anthony Tarescavage; Kent State University
Lynn Luna-Jones; Psycho Diagnostic Clinic
   Presented by: Anthony Tarescavage, Kent State University
 

A Test of the Interpersonal-Psychological Theory of Suicide in Prison
By Jon Mandracchia, Ph.D.; The University of Southern Mississippi
Phillip Smith; University of South Alabama
Rose Gonzalez; University of Southern Mississippi
   Presented by: Jon Mandracchia, Ph.D., The University of Southern Mississippi
 

Administrative segregation: Is it a harmful correctional practice?
By Robert Morgan; Texas Tech University
Stephanie Van Horn; Texas Tech University
Nina MacLean; Texas Tech University
Angelea Bolanos; Texas Tech University
Ashley Batastini; Texas Tech University
Andrew Gray; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Robert Morgan, Texas Tech University
 

Readiness For Change And Criminal Risk In A Correctional Sample
By Kathryn White; Texas Tech University
Robert Morgan; Texas Tech University
   Presented by: Kathryn White, Texas Tech University
 

Predicting Inmate Response to Cognitive Remediation in a Competency Restoration Program
By Sanjay Shah; Emory University School of Medicine
Chastity Farr; Emory University School of Medicine
Joyce Brown; Emory University School of Medicine
Glenn Egan; Emory University School of Medicine
Victoria Roberts; Emory University School of Medicine
Peter Ash; Emory University School of Medicine
   Presented by: Sanjay Shah, Emory University School of Medicine
 

Prison Conduct Violations: Predictive Validity and Recidivism Risk
By Adrienne Meier; Fuller School of Psychology
   Presented by: Adrienne Meier, Fuller School of Psychology
 

Training Probation Officers to Work with Probationers with Mental Illness
By Andrea Avila; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Andrea Avila, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

Did Tapia v. United States End Rehabilitation in Federal Sentencing?
By Andrea Avila; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Andrea Avila, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

RNR-based assessment feedback: Reception by criminal offenders and impact on risk factor self-awareness, motivation for change, and treatment readiness
By Christopher King; Drexel University
Kirk Heilbrun; Drexel University
David DeMatteo; Drexel University
Ralph Fretz; Community Education Centers, Inc.
Stephanie Brooks Holliday; Drexel University
   Presented by: Christopher King, Drexel University
 

Evaluation of the ComALERT Prisoner Reentry Program
By Michael Davenport; John Jay College
Michele Galietta; John Jay College
   Presented by: Michael Davenport, John Jay College
 

Motivation Underlying the Punishment of Juvenile Sex Offenders depends on the Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Femininity of the Offender
By Alicia DeVault; University of Nevada, Reno
Jessica Salerno; Arizona State University
   Presented by: Alicia DeVault, University of Nevada, Reno
 

Coming to Terms with Death: Inmates Sentenced for Execution
By Maranda Upton; The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute
Tabitha Carwile; The School of Professional Psychology At Forest Institute
   Presented by: Maranda Upton, The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute
 

Victim Gender and the Death Penalty in Delaware
By Caisa Royer; Cornell University
Amelia Hritz; Cornell University
Valerie Hans; Cornell University
Ted Eisenberg; Law, Cornell University
Martin Wells; Cornell University
John Blume; Cornell University
Sheri Johnson; Cornell University
   Presented by: Caisa Royer, Cornell University
 

Examining the Effects of Apology and Compensation on Perceptions of Exonerees
By Alyx Ivany; University of Ontario Institute of Techn
Kimberley Clow; UOIT
Regina Schuller; York University
Rosemary Ricciardelli; Memorial University of Newfoundland
   Presented by: Alyx Ivany, University of Ontario Institute of Techn
 

The Moderating Effect of Callous/Unemotional Traits on Adolescent Externalizing Behavior Problems and the Implementation of Family Therapy Techniques
By Carla Oberth; New York University
Jessica Pearson; New York University
   Presented by: Carla Oberth, New York University
 

Does Race/Ethnicity Moderate the Relationship Between Mental Health Need and the Receipt of the Appropriate Services in the Juvenile Justice System?
By Andre Mansion; Arizona State University
Laurie Chassin; Arizona State University
   Presented by: Andre Mansion, Arizona State University
 

Does Matching Services to Criminogenic Needs Reduce Reoffending in Adolescent Offenders
By Etta Brodersen; Simon Fraser University
Jodi Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Etta Brodersen, Simon Fraser University
 

The Predictive Validity of the Antisocial Process Screening Device in Male and Female Adolescents
By Catherine Shaffer; Simon Fraser University
Andrew Gray; Simon Fraser University
Kevin Douglas; Simon Fraser University
Jodi Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
Roger Tweed; Kwantlen Polytechnic University
Gira Bhatt; Kwantlen Polytechnic University
   Presented by: Catherine Shaffer, Simon Fraser University
 

Developmental Assets and Protective Factors in Adolescent Offenders
By Megan Banford; Simon Fraser University
Jodi Viljoen; Simon Fraser University
   Presented by: Megan Banford, Simon Fraser University
 

Cognitive and Affective Correlates of Proactive and Reactive Aggression in a Sample of Detained Boys
By Katherine Lau; Indiana University Purdue University
Maria Kireeva; University of New Orleans
Monica Marsee; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Katherine Lau, Indiana University Purdue University
 

Differential Associations Between PTSD Symptoms and Proactive and Reactive Aggression in Detained Boys
By Sierra Wait; University of New Orleans
Molly Miller; University of New Orleans
Justin Russell; University of New Orleans
Monica Marsee; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Sierra Wait, University of New Orleans
 

Associations between PTSD Symptoms and the Forms and Functions of Aggression in Detained Boys
By Molly Miller; University of New Orleans
Justin Russell; University of New Orleans
Sierra Wait; University of New Orleans
Monica Marsee; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Molly Miller, University of New Orleans
 

Anger Socialization, Emotional Dysregulation, and Aggression in At-Risk Youth
By Skylar Hicks; University of New Orleans
Monica Marsee; University of New Orleans
   Presented by: Monica Marsee, University of New Orleans
 

Validity of START:AV Assessments in Predicting Adverse Outcomes in Incarcerated Youth
By Kiersten Johnson; North Carolina State University
Sarah Desmarais; North Carolina State University
Rasika Rajagopalan; North Carolina State University
Brian Sellers; Eastern Michigan University
Jay Singh; Singh Institute of Forensic Research, LLC
   Presented by: Kiersten Johnson, North Carolina State University
 

Gendered Pathways to Serious Adolescent Offending: Important Gender Differences Among Justice-Involved Youth
By Terri Scott; Carleton University
Kayla Wanamaker; Carleton University
Leigh Greiner; Carleton University
Shelley Brown; Carleton University
Tracey Skilling; University of Toronto
   Presented by: Terri Scott, Carleton University
 

White matter microstructure in youth with and without conduct disorder and traumatic brain injury.
By Gerri Hanten; Baylor College of Medicine
   Presented by: Gerri Hanten, Baylor College of Medicine
 

Parent to Child Transmission of Risk for Aggressive Behaviors
By Jessica Britt; Department of Veterans Affairs
Lindsay Meyer; Department of Veterans Affairs
Thomas Burroughs; Department of Veterans Affairs
Lisa Hoyman; Department of Veterans Affairs
John Haber; Department of Veterans Affairs
   Presented by: Jessica Britt, Department of Veterans Affairs
 

Externalizing Disorders and Associated Psychopathology among Juvenile Offenders
By Chelsea Spraberry Tekell
Jennifer Eno Louden; University of Texas, El Paso
   Presented by: Chelsea Spraberry Tekell,
 

Correlates of Subclinical Bipolar Disorders in a Juvenile Justice Setting
By Tamara Kang; University of Texas of El Paso
Elizabeth Perez
Jennifer Eno Louden
   Presented by: Tamara Kang, University of Texas of El Paso
 

Assessment of Sophistication-Maturity with the Risk-Sophistication-Treatment Inventory-Self Report (RSTI-SR)
By Xinying Ang; University of Alabama
Randall Salekin; University of Alabama
Martin Sellbom; Australian National University
Zina Lee; University of the Fraser Valley
   Presented by: Xinying Ang, University of Alabama
 

Content, Structure, and Usefulness of Juvenile Predisposition Psychological Evaluations
By Samantha Morin; Fordham University
Keith Cruise; Fordham University
Holly Hinz
Evan Holloway; Fordham University
John Chapman; Court Support Services Division- CT
Tracy Duran; Court Support Services Division- CT
   Presented by: Samantha Morin, Fordham University
 

Adapting Forensic Mental Health Instruments for use in Other Countries: Barriers to Adapting the MacCAT-CA for use in Argentina
By Elizabeth Gale-Bentz; Drexel University
Mark Houck; Drexel University
Stephanie Singer
Sharon Messenheimer Kelley; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Jorge Folino
Elizabeth Leon Mayer
Maria Jose Lescano
   Presented by: Elizabeth Gale-Bentz, Drexel University
 

The Impact of Just World Beliefs and Public Self-Consciousness on the Cooperativeness of Innocent Suspects
By Rachel Abramowitz; John F. Kennedy High School
Jeff Kukucka; John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
Saul Kassin; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
   Presented by: Jeff Kukucka, John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
 

Police Reports of Suspect Interrogations: Testing for Accuracy and Effects on Jurors
By Jeff Kukucka; John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
Victoria Lawson; John Jay College and the Graduate Center, CUNY
Kimberley Schanz; John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
John DeCarlo; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Saul Kassin; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
   Presented by: Jeff Kukucka, John Jay College / CUNY Graduate Center
 

The impact of interviewee ego depletion on information quality
By Jacqueline Evans; FIU
Stephen Michael; Mercer University
Alexandra Mosser; Florida International University
Aimee Allen
Huy Tran
   Presented by: Jacqueline Evans, FIU
 

False Confessions and Social Exclusion: The Influence of Vulnerability
By Kathryn Schrantz; University of Central Oklahoma
Alicia Limke; Southern Nazarene University
Mickie Vanhoy; University of Central Oklahoma
   Presented by: Kathryn Schrantz, University of Central Oklahoma
 

An Interview Protocol of Experienced Human Intelligence Collectors and Counterintelligence Agents: Implications for Research
By Charles Leps; John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Edward Geiselman; UCLA
   Presented by: Charles Leps, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
 

The Effect of Note-taking on Memory for the Details in a Witness’ Account during Investigative Interviews
By Sarah MacDonald; Memorial University of Newfoundland
Brent Snook; Memorial University of Newfoundland
   Presented by: Sarah MacDonald, Memorial University of Newfoundland
 

Police Interviewing and The Interrogation Process: An Offenders’ Perspective
By Dianna Brooks
Brent Snook; Memorial University of Newfoundland
   Presented by: Dianna Brooks,
 

Looking at the angles: Is there a prototype for a love-triangle murder?
By Chelsea Atkins; University of Nebraska at Kearney
Krista Forrest; University of Nebraska at Kearney
Theresa Wadkins; University of Nebraska at Kearney
   Presented by: Chelsea Atkins, University of Nebraska at Kearney
 

Differences in Susceptibility to Coercion and Stress Level During Interrogations between Justice-Involved and Community Youth
By Siara Johnson; Drexel University
Sharon Messenheimer Kelley; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Ava Skolnik; Drexel University
Nora Koppelman; Drexel University
   Presented by: Siara Johnson, Drexel University
 

The Effect of Maintaining Eye Contact on Information Elicitation and Deception Detection
By Kacie Mennie; Louisiana State University
Lloyd Moffett; Louisisana State University
Louis Jones; Louisiana State University
Rachel Dianiska; Louisiana State University
Margaret Montgomery; Louisiana State University
Chase Hilton; Lousiana State University
Stephanie Martin; Louisiana State University
Emily Elliott; Louisiana State University
Sean Lane; Louisiana State University
   Presented by: Sean Lane, Louisiana State University
 

Trait Impulsivity and the Behavioral Economics of Coercive Interrogation: A Delay Discounting Approach
By Sarah Shaffer; Arizona State University
   Presented by: Sarah Shaffer, Arizona State University
 

FLYING UNDER THE RADAR 1: PRIMING STATES OF MIND CAN INCREASE OR DECREASE DISCLOSURE OF SENSITIVE PERSONAL INFORMATION
By Deborah Davis; UNiversity of Nevada
Mario Mikulincer; Interdisciplinary Center
Assaf Soref; Interdisciplinary Center
   Presented by: Deborah Davis, UNiversity of Nevada
 

FLYING UNDER THE RADAR 2: USING FACE AND CONTEXTUAL PRIMES TO UNDERMINE RESISTANCE TO OUTGROUP INTERVIEWERS
By Deborah Davis; UNiversity of Nevada
Mario Mikulincer; Interdisciplinary Center
Assaf Soref; Interdisciplinary Center
   Presented by: Deborah Davis, UNiversity of Nevada
 

Perceptions of False Confessions: Reducing Prejudice Toward Exonerees Through the Use of Educational Materials
By Meaghan Savage; UOIT
Kimberley Clow; UOIT
Regina Schuller; York University
Rosemary Ricciardelli; Memorial University of Newfoundland
   Presented by: Meaghan Savage, UOIT
 

The Effects of Defendant Gender, Victim Gender, and Attitudes toward Homosexuality on Juror Decision-Making in Trials Involving Battered Person Syndrome
By Lesley Zannella
Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
   Presented by: Lesley Zannella,
 

A Test of Gender-Crime Congruence on Juror Decision-Making
By Laura McManus; Carleton University
Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
   Presented by: Laura McManus, Carleton University
 

Juror Gender and Locus of Control as Moderators of Perceptions of Expert Witness Testimony
By Jennifer Johnson; Sam Houston State University
Robert Cramer; Sam Houston State University
Jenna Tomei; Sam Houston State University
Caroline Stroud; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Jennifer Johnson, Sam Houston State University
 

An Examination of Alibi Consistency and Type of Alibi Corroboration on Juror Decision-Making
By Julie Dempsey; Carleton University
Meghan Kekewich; Carleton University
   Presented by: Julie Dempsey, Carleton University
 

Legal and Extra-legal Factors’ Influence on SVP Civil Commitment Verdicts
By McKenzie Javorka; Claremont McKenna College
Annika Jessen; Claremont McKenna College
Amy Cluff; Claremont Graduate University
Daniel Krauss; Claremont McKenna College
Nicholas Scurich; University of California--Irvine
   Presented by: McKenzie Javorka, Claremont McKenna College
 

Jurors’ Judgments and the Media: Is All Pretrial Publicity Equal?
By Jennifer Jarrett
Twila Wingrove; Appalachian State University
   Presented by: Jennifer Jarrett,
 

Responses of Real Jurors in SVP Trials Regarding Helpfulness of Expert Witness Testimony
By Paige Harris; Sam Houston State University
Jorge Varela; Sam Houston State University
Marcus Boccaccini; Sam Houston State University
Darrell Turner; Private Practice, Lake Charles, LA
   Presented by: Paige Harris, Sam Houston State University
 

Can the Rational-Experiential Important Decision-Making Scale Predict Preferred Testimony Type in Sexually-Violent Predator Trials?: The Development and Validation of a New Measure of the Cognitive-Experiential Self-Theory
By Jason Duncan; Sam Houston State University
Rowland Miller; Sam Houston State University
   Presented by: Jason Duncan, Sam Houston State University
 

Religiosity and Crime Control vs. Due Process Orientation
By Sarah Bish; Arkansas State University
Christopher Peters; Arkansas State University
Karen Yanowitz; Arkansas State University
   Presented by: Christopher Peters, Arkansas State University
 

Culture in the Courtroom: Ethnocentrism, Religiosity, and Juror Decision-Making
By Susan Yamamoto; Carleton University
Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
   Presented by: Susan Yamamoto, Carleton University
 

"That show is so unrealistic!” Revisiting the CSI effect
By Evelyn Maeder; Carleton University
Richard Corbett; University of Toronto
   Presented by: Evelyn Maeder, Carleton University
 

Intuitive or informed decision-makers? The impact of probative value of evidence on coherence-based reasoning in juror decision making
By Cora Hui; John Jay College, Graduate Center, CUNY
Angela Yarbrough; John Jay College and the Graduate Center
Marlee Berman; John Jay College Graduate Center, CUNY
Amanda Nicholson; John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Steve Penrod; John Jay College -- CUNY
   Presented by: Cora Hui, John Jay College, Graduate Center, CUNY
 

Variables predicting victim blame in a sexual assault case: Going beyond gender and Rape Myth Acceptance
By McKynze Works; Castleton State College
Molly Ramsden; Castleton State College
Cassandra Pinaire; Castleton State College
Kathryn Sperry; Castleton State College
   Presented by: Kathryn Sperry, Castleton State College
 

Jackpot-Justice? Explaining outcomes in Investment Treaty Arbitration
By Lindsey Wylie; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Susan Franck; Washington and Lee University
   Presented by: Lindsey Wylie, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

The Role of Objectification, Perspective, and Political Orientation on Sexual Harassment Judgments
By Jacob Griess; University of Nebraska Lincoln
Audreana Aguilar; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jamie Porter; University of Nebraska- Lincoln
Sarah Gervais; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Richard Wiener; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Jamie Porter, University of Nebraska- Lincoln
 

Types of evidence common at homicide trials: What are psycho-legal researchers missing?
By Kimberly Schweitzer; University of Wyoming
Meredith Krewson; University of Wyoming
Colin Harrell; University of Wyoming
Narina Nunez; University of Wyoming
Victoria Estrada; University of Wyoming
   Presented by: Kimberly Schweitzer, University of Wyoming
 

Search and Seizure: Privacy Expectations for Electronic Activity on Personal and Work Devices
By Ishani Deo; Scripps College
Elizabeth Diebel; Scripps College
Leslie Sachs; Scripps College
Elaine Tsao; Scripps College
Emma Marshall; Pomona College
Eve Brank; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Jennifer Groscup; Scripps College
   Presented by: Eve Brank, University of Nebraska
 

Effective Deposition Strategies Utilized by Attorneys and Expert Witnesses
By Jacklyn Nagle
Michelle Jones; The University of Alabama
David Sams
Stanley Brodsky
Daniel King
David Glaser; Glaser Forensic Group
   Presented by: Jacklyn Nagle,
 

Good Dog! How the Background of Law Enforcement Dogs Affects Perceptions of Canine Searches
By Alex Rivera; Pitzer College
Jennifer Groscup; Scripps College
   Presented by: Jennifer Groscup, Scripps College
 

#Iprobablyshouldn’tsaythisonmyworkemailbut…: Privacy Expectations for Electronic Communications in a Work Situation
By Emma Marshall; Pomona College
Jennifer Groscup; Scripps College
Eve Brank; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lori Hoetger; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Jennifer Groscup, Scripps College
 

Mental Health and Well-being in Aspiring Lawyers: An Empirical Investigation
By Krystia Reed; University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Brian Bornstein; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Lindsey Wylie; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Andrew Jeon; University of Nebraska - Lincoln
   Presented by: Krystia Reed, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
 

Individual Decision-Making in an Establishment Clause Case
By Mauricio Alvarez; University of Nevada, Reno
Monica Miller; University of Nevada, Reno
   Presented by: Mauricio Alvarez, University of Nevada, Reno
 

A More Ecologically-Valid Test of the Assumptions of Crime Linkage with Stranger Sex Offenses
By Chelsea Slater; University of Birmingham (UK)
   Presented by: Chelsea Slater, University of Birmingham (UK)
 

The Reliability of Alibi Corroborators
By Andrea Reyes
Steve Charman; Florida International University
Daniella Villalba; Florida International University
   Presented by: Andrea Reyes,
 

Moral Foundations and Environmental Policy
By Daniel Rempala; University of Hawaii at Manoa
Kilian Garvey; University of Louisiana at Monroe
   Presented by: Daniel Rempala, University of Hawaii at Manoa
 

Predicting litigated case outcomes for persons with schizophrenia: A logistic regression analysis
By Melissa LaVan; The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Helen LaVan; DePaul University
   Presented by: Melissa LaVan, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
 

The Competitive Advantage of Interdisciplinary Training
By Brian Bornstein; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Amy Kleynhans; University of Nebraska
   Presented by: Amy Kleynhans, University of Nebraska
 

RoadMAP Online: A Web-Based Learning Supplement to a Relapse Prevention Curriculum
By Jaymes Fairfax-Columbo; Drexel University, Treatment Research Institute
   Presented by: Jaymes Fairfax-Columbo, Drexel University, Treatment Research Institute
 

Public’s Perception of Potential Police Tracking Technology
By Jessica Jones; Arizona State University
Jillian Ware; Arizona State University
Denise Baker
Nick Schweitzer
Evan Risko
   Presented by: Jessica Jones, Arizona State University
 

Parental Incarceration is Associated with Problematic Parenting Characteristics and Abusiveness
By Audrey Masilla; Fielding Graduate University
Dawn Lanaville; Fielding Graduate University
Lisa Beck; University of Alabama
Kristine Jacquin; Fielding Graduate University
   Presented by: Kristine Jacquin, Fielding Graduate University
 

Priming of Ethnic-Sounding Names Reduces Public Policy Obedience in the African-American Community
By Karen Michell Lane; Prairie View A&M University
   Presented by: Karen Michell Lane, Prairie View A&M University
 

Defensive pessimism and law students
By Emily Zimmerman; Drexel University
Casey LaDuke; Drexel University
David DeMatteo; Drexel University
Jennie Davis; Drexel University
   Presented by: Emily Zimmerman, Drexel University
 

Investigating grit among law school graduates: Is grit related to law school performance?
By Emily Zimmerman; Drexel University
Leah Brogan; Drexel University
Eli Tsukayama; University of Pennsylvania
   Presented by: Emily Zimmerman, Drexel University
 

Men Accusing Men: Gender and Race in Sexual Harassment Judgments
By Alisha Caldwell; University of Nebraska-Lincoln
   Presented by: Alisha Caldwell, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
 

Public Knowledge of and Support for Compensating the Wrongfully Convicted
By Charles Honts; Boise State University
Amanda Goodson; Boise State University
   Presented by: Charles Honts, Boise State University
 

Confronting Underage Drinking Law Enforcement at School: Collegiate Peers’ Perceptions of Appropriate Sanctions during Early Adulthood
By Danielle Tolson; University of Florida
Jennifer Klein; University of Florida
   Presented by: Danielle Tolson, University of Florida
 

Is a Self-Aware Child an Honest Child?: How Inducing Self-Awareness Affects Honesty in Children
By Jasmine Bender; Brock University
Trisha-Lee Halamay; Brock University
Angela Evans; Brock University
   Presented by: Jasmine Bender, Brock University
 

Juvenile Defendant Characteristics Associated with Pre-Adjudication Diversion
By Allison Herens; Drexel university
Amanda NeMoyer; Drexel University
Rachel Hirst; Drexel University
Ana Prelic; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
   Presented by: Allison Herens, Drexel university
 

Jurors’ Gender and Attitudes toward Intellectual Disability: Effects on Judgments in Cases Involving Intellectually Disabled Juveniles
By Cynthia Najdowski; University at Albany - SUNY
Bette Bottoms; Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago
   Presented by: Cynthia Najdowski, University at Albany - SUNY
 

Testing the Generalizability of Juvenile Offender Stereotypes: Are White Girls Perceived as Wayward Youths or Superpredators?
By Meagen Hildebrand; University at Albany - SUNY
Cynthia Najdowski; University at Albany - SUNY
Bette Bottoms; Univeristy of Illinois at Chicago
   Presented by: Meagen Hildebrand, University at Albany - SUNY
 

Differential Societal Attitudes between Juvenile and Adult Sex Offenders
By Scott Hanneman; University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Arjun Bhalla; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Nadia Al-Tabaa; University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Robert Durham; University of Colorado Colorado Springs
   Presented by: Scott Hanneman, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
 

Science in the Courtroom: Perceptions of Adolescents and Emerging Adults
By Erika Fountain; Georgetown University
Jennifer Woolard; Georgetown University
   Presented by: Erika Fountain, Georgetown University
 

Plea Deal Decisions in Adolescence
By Brian Logan; St. Joseph's College
Rose Aime; St. Joseph's College
Rich Hill; St. Joseph's College
Tarika Daftary-Kapur; Fairleigh Dickinson University
Tina Zottoli; St. Joseph's College
   Presented by: Brian Logan, St. Joseph's College
 

The Effects of a Defendant’s Mental and Chronological Age on Mock Juror Decision Making
By Emily Pica; Carleton University
Joanna Pozzulo; Carleton University
   Presented by: Emily Pica, Carleton University
 

Predicting Residential Facility Placement: Hearing-Level and Youth-Level Variables
By Amanda NeMoyer; Drexel University
Stephanie Brooks Holliday; Drexel University
Ana Prelic; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Jenna Ebbecke
Erika Foster
Casey Burkard
   Presented by: Amanda NeMoyer, Drexel University
 

Juvenile probation: Youths’ demographic characteristics as predictors of number of conditions imposed and failure to comply with requirements
By Ana Prelic; Drexel University
Amanda NeMoyer; Drexel University
Emily Haney-Caron; Drexel University
Naomi Goldstein; Drexel University
Casey Burkard
Erika Foster
Jenna Ebbecke
   Presented by: Ana Prelic, Drexel University
 

The Link Between JPO-Youth Relationship Quality, Supervision Practices, and Probation Outcomes
By Sarah Vidal; Georgetown University
Jennifer Woolard; Georgetown University
Pooja Datta; University of Virginia
   Presented by: Sarah Vidal, Georgetown University
 

Adult Social Role Performance in Delinquent Youth After Detention: A Twelve-Year Longitudinal Study
By Nicole Azores-Gococo; Northwestern University
Karen Abram; Northwestern University
Leah Welty; Northwestern University
Linda Teplin; Northwestern University
   Presented by: Nicole Azores-Gococo, Northwestern University
 

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Index of Participants

Legend: C=chair, P=Presenter, D=Discussant
#ParticipantRoles in Conference
1Affleck, KatelynP59
2Ahern, ElizabethC35, P35, P35, P35
3Alexander, AprylC49, P49
4Alvarez, MauricioP96
5Ami, SakikoP59
6Anderson, JaimeP15
7Anderson, AlissaP59
8Ang, XinyingP96
9Appleby, SaraP39
10Arndorfer, AndreaP59
11Atkins, ChelseaP96
12Atkinson, DominickP60
13Austin, JacquelineP50
14Avila, AndreaP96, P96
15Azores-Gococo, NicoleP96
16Baker, BiancaP59
17Baker, AlyshaP58
18Banford, MeganP96
19Batastini, AshleyP25
20Bate, BrittanyP96
21Beaudry, JenniferC64, P64
22Beck, JanetP66
23Bederian-Gardner, DanielP59
24Bender, JasmineP96
25Beneteau, JenniferP78
26Berman, GarretC73, P73
27Berman, MarleeP27
28Birgden, AstridC61, P61
29Bitting, BrianP41, P59
30Blais, JulieC30, P53
31Blanchard, AdamP87
32Blandina, AlexP59
33Blandon-Gitlin, IrisC9
34Blaskovits, BrittanyP59
35Blumenthal, JeremyP96
36Boccaccini, MarcusC41
37Bottoms, BetteD32
38Boyd, KatharineP59
39Brandon, SusanD74
40Brank, EveC13, P13, C67, P96
41Brewer, NeilP64
42Britt, JessicaP96
43Brnjic, EnaP62
44Brodersen, EttaP96
45Brogan, LeahP61
46Brooks, DiannaP96
47Brooks Holliday, StephanieP79
48Brubacher, SonjaP11, C72, P72
49Bruer, KailaP43, P59
50Bryant, AmandaP38
51Bryon, AlexaraeP59
52Buckholtz, JoshuaP31
53Buckman, HollyP59
54Burd, KaylaP59
55Burks, AlixandraP49
56Bushway, ShawnC2, P2, D67
57Butler, HeatherP20
58Buttars, AlanP54
59Caillouet, BethP59
60Caldwell, AlishaP96
61Camparo, LorindaP4
62Campbell, Mary AnnP78
63Carlson, CurtP82
64Carlucci, MariannaP59
65Carolan, EoinP13
66Cash, DaniellaP59
67Cauffman, ElizabethC37, P37, C78
68Cavanagh, CaitlinP12
69Cavezza, CristinaP51
70Chae, YoojinP59
71Charman, SteveP47
72Chevalier, CarolineP59
73Choi, Seung-HyukP9
74Choi, YimoonP7, P50
75Chomos, JuliannaP40
76Chong, KristinP93
77Churcher, FrancesP59
78Clark, StephanieP15
79Clark, JuliaP59
80Clark, JordanP57
81Clayton, KyleP59
82Cleary, HayleyP60
83Cohn, EllenP12, C43
84Cole, LindseyP43
85Connolly, DeborahC93
86Cook, AlanaP23
87Cramer, RobertP80
88Crighton, AdamP59
89Crocker, AnneC29, P29
90Cruise, KeithC81
91Culhane, ScottP73
92Curtis, ShelbyP59
93Daftary-Kapur, TarikaP52
94Dahl, LeoraP47
95Dando, CoralP89
96Davenport, MichaelP96
97Davis, DeborahP96, P96
98Dawson, EvanP21
99DeClue, GregoryC5, P5, P5, P5, P5
100DeGue, SarahP51
101deLacy, RachelP76, P76
102DeMatteo, DavidC12, D76
103Dempsey, JulieP96
104Dervan, LucianP67
105Desmarais, SarahC25
106DeVault, AliciaP96
107Devine, DennisP90
108Dickinson, JasonC11
109Dismukes, AndrewP18
110Donley, SachikoP78
111Duke, MistyP21
112Dumas, LuciP96
113Duncan, JasonP59, P96
114Earhart, BeckyP88
115Edkins, VanessaP33
116Elbogen, EricP23
117Emigh, MeredithP59
118Eno Louden, JenniferC65
119Erickson, WilliamP59
120Ertelt, TroyP14
121Evans, AngelaP72
122Evans, JacquelineP96
123Fairfax-Columbo, JaymesP96
124Farnum, KatlynP7, P62
125Fenn, EliseP9
126Fisher, DarenP86
127Folk, JohannaP61
128Fondacaro, MarkC18, P18
129Foster, IdaP59
130Fountain, ErikaP96
131Fraser, TheresaP65, P68
132Freedman, StuartP45
133Frick, PaulD70, D70, D70, D70, D70
134Frost, LyndaP94
135Gale-Bentz, ElizabethP96
136Gamache, KyleC51, P51
137Garcia, StephenP33
138Garcia, ByronP64
139Gardner, BrettP59
140Garland, AddieP66
141Gatner, DylanP59
142Gaudet Kiehl, LynP31
143Gauthier, NathalieP30
144Gill, AndrewP59
145Gilmurray, CaileyP59
146Girvan, ErikP57
147Goldstein, NaomiD37, C45
148Gomes, DaynaP89
149Gonzalez Jr., ErnieP36
150Goodman, GailD4
151Goodsell, CharlieC82, P82
152Goodwin, BrandeeP79
153Goossens, IlvyP49
154Gottfried, EmilyP59, P59
155Gowensmith, WilliamC19, P25, P94
156Granot, YaelP91
157Green, DebbieD38
158Greene, EdieD7, P59
159Greiner, LeighC85, P85
160Grisso, ThomasD6, D66, D66, D66, D66, D66
161Groscup, JenniferP13, P96, P96
162Grossi, LauraP26
163Guarnera, LucyP8
164Guy, LauraP12, C42
165Guyton, MichelleC69, P69, P95
166Haas, SarahC70, P70
167Haby, JoshP67
168Haney-Caron, EmilyP53
169Hanneman, ScottP96
170Hanten, GerriP96
171Harris, PaigeC46, P46, P96
172Harrison, NatalieP92
173Hartwig, MariaC14, C21
174Hastings, MarkP41
175Hawes, SamuelC15, P15, P70, P77
176Heilbrun, KirkC53, D69
177Henderson, KelseyP39
178Henderson, CraigC68, P68
179Hendry, MelissaP59
180Henry, SarahP59
181Herens, AllisonP96
182Hess, DerekC66, P66
183Hildebrand, MeagenP96
184Hirn Mueller, DanaP71, P88
185Hoetger, LoriP59
186Holt, DylanP92
187Honts, CharlesP96
188Hopley, AnthonyP61
189Hosker-Field, AshleyP30
190Houston, KateC20, P20, P71, C74
191Houston, MaryP50
192Howe, JacquelineP23
193Hritz, AmeliaP83
194Hui, CoraP96
195Hunt, JenniferP59, C91, P91
196Huss, MatthewP73
197Ison, CodyP59
198Ivany, AlyxP96
199Jacquin, KristineP59, P59, P96, P96
200Jarrett, JenniferP96
201Javdani, ShabnamP85
202Javorka, McKenzieP96
203Jay, AlexP32
204Jimenez, VanessaP95
205Johnson, JonniP83
206Johnson, BrianP2
207Johnson, SharaP59
208Johnson, JenniferP96
209Johnson, SiaraP96
210Johnson, KierstenP96
211Johnston, LeaP25
212Jones, JessicaP96
213Jones, NatalieP59
214Jones, MichelleP93
215Jones, DanielP93
216Juodis, MarcusP9
217Kahn, RachelP70
218Kan, LisaP36, P68
219Kang, TamaraP65, P96
220Karas, AlexandraP19
221Kassin, SaulD33, D33, D33, D33, D33
222Kavanaugh, AntoinetteP56
223Kehn, AndreP83
224Kelley, ShannonP44
225Kelly, ChristopherP74, C90
226Kemp, KathleenP37
227Kimble, KatherineP80
228King, ChristopherC1, C16, P79, P96
229Kleinman, StevenD71
230Klemfuss, J. ZoeC4, P4
231Kleynhans, AmyP96
232Kline, StephanieP59
233Kois, LaurenP19
234Kolva, ElissaP19
235Kovera, MargaretC40
236Krauss, DanielC54
237Krishnan, ShilpaP59
238Kroner, DarylC79, P79
239Kukucka, JeffP96, P96
240LaBianca, JulieP71
241LaDuke, CaseyC16, P86
242Lampinen, JamesP59, P59
243Lane, Karen MichellP96
244Lane, SeanP71, P71, P96
245Langley, SummerP94
246Lapre, GenevieveP59
247Larson, KimberlyC94
248Lassiter, G. DanielC39, P39
249Latessa, EdwardP3
250Lau, KatherineP96
251LaVan, MelissaP96
252Lawson, VictoriaP59
253Laxton, KelseyP59
254Layden, BrianneP10
255Leps, CharlesP96
256Lilienfeld, ScottD31
257Lim, YanP10
258Logan, BrianP96
259Loughran, ThomasP92
260Lowder, EvanP59
261Luecht, KatherineP59
262Luke, TimothyP14, P40
263Lynch, KellieC95, P95
264MacDonald, SarahP96
265MacDougall, EmilyP30, P92
266Maeder, EvelynP48, P96
267Malik, SarahP32
268Malloy, LindsayP11, C60
269Manchak, SarahC3
270Mandracchia, Ph.D., JonP96
271Manning, JohnP68
272Mansion, AndreP96
273Marsee, MonicaP96
274McCallum, KatherineP59
275McClure, KimberleyP40
276McDougall, AinslieP87
277McGuire, KathyP63
278McGuire, MollieP58
279McMahon, HeatherP94
280McManus, LauraP96
281McNally, MatthewP59
282McNiel, DaleC87
283McWilliams, KellyP59
284Meier, AdrienneP96
285Messenheimer Kelley, SharonP45
286Miller, MollyP96
287Miller, MonicaC48
288Millkey, AlexanderP69
289Moore, KaraP89
290Morgan, RobertP96
291Morin, SamanthaP96
292Mosser, AlexandraP64
293Mossiere, AnnikP22
294Mowle, ElyseP86
295Mugno, AllisonP15
296Mulvey, EdwardD75, D75, D75, D75
297Murrie, DanielD5
298Nagel, AlisonP8
299Nagle, JacklynP96
300Najdowski, CynthiaP96
301Najolia, GinaC26, P26, P59
302Nathanson, RebeccaP11
303Neal, TessC6, P6, P53
304Nelson, AdrianneP59
305NeMoyer, AmandaP52, P96
306Nicholls, ToniaP29
307Nicholson, AmandaP27
308Nishizawa, TomokoP59
309North, LindseyP26
310Norwood-Strickland, AshleyP17
311O'Hara, KareyP63
312Oberth, CarlaP96
313Okano, MarisaP59
314Olsen, ArianeP59
315Ormerod, ThomasP21, P47, C89
316Otto, RandyP6
317Packer, IraP69
318Panza, NancyP17
319Papesh, MeganP59
320Pardini, DustinD77, D77, D77, D77, D77
321Pascal, LisaP59
322Patry, MarcP21
323Penrod, SteveC27
324Percosky, AmyP59, P59, P59
325Perillo, JenniferP6, P33
326Perlman, HelaineP65
327Peter-Hagene, LianaP43, P59
328Peters, ChristopherP59, P59, P96
329Peterson, LindseyP85
330Peterson, CaroleP4
331Pezdek, KathyC58
332Pica, EmilyP20, P96
333Pickel, KerriP59, P59
334Piehl, AnneP2
335Pimentel, PamelaP60
336Pirelli, GianniP13
337Pivovarova, EkaterinaC31, P31
338Porter, JamieP96
339Prelic, AnaP96
340Price, HeatherP72, P82
341Price, SamanthaP59
342Pritchard, AshleyP59
343Pullman, RebeccaP59
344Putney, DanaP87
345Quas, JodiC84
346Quiroz, VanessaP59
347Rade, CandalynP96
348Ray, JamesP70
349Reardon, MargaretP59
350Redlich, AllisonP2, C33, P67
351Reed, KrystiaP59, P96
352Reed, JenniferP59, P59
353Reichert, JennyP48, P57
354Reid, JoanP81, P81
355Remmel, RheannaP59
356Rempala, DanielP96
357Reppucci, N. DickonC8, P8
358Reyes, AndreaP96
359Rhead, LindseyP40
360Rice, AmandaP46
361Rich, HillaryP59
362Riggs Romaine, ChristinaP37, P56
363Ritchie, MaryP30
364Rivard, JillianP88, P88
365Roberts, KimP89
366Rock, RachelP63
367Roesch, RonD29, D29, D29, D29, D29
368Rogers, RichardC10, P45
369Rogstad, JillP10
370Rohlehr, LiaP81
371Rohrabaugh, MonicaP59
372Rosenfeld, BarryC23
373Ross, StephenP73
374Royer, CaisaP96
375Ruchensky, JaredP59
376Rulseh, AllisonP51
377Russano, MelissaC71, P74, P74
378Ruva, ChristineP22, P59
379Sadeh, NaomiP87
380Salekin, KarenC76, P76
381Salekin, RandallD68, D68, C92
382Salem, LeilaP29
383Salerno, JessicaC32, P32, P91
384Salomone, GenoP59
385Sauer, JamesP43
386Savage, MeaghanP96
387Saykaly, ChristineP59
388Saywitz, KarenC4, D72
389Scherr, KyleP14
390Schrantz, KathrynP96
391Schreiber Compo, NadjaC88
392Schubert, CarolP75
393Schuberth, DavidP77
394Schweitzer, KimberlyP90, P96
395Scott, TerriP96
396Scurich, NicholasP54
397Sellbom, MartinD30, P59, C63
398Sevilla, KarlaP59
399Shaffer, SarahP96
400Shaffer, CatherineP96
401Shah, SanjayP96
402Sharpe, CaseyC66, P66
403Shteynberg, RevekaP33
404Simon, DanP7, C57, P57
405Singh, JayP1, P53
406Sivasubramaniam, DianeP74
407Skeem, JenniferC24, P75
408Slater, ChelseaP96
409Sleep, ChelseaP59
410Slobogin, ChrisD28, P28, D34, P34
411Smalarz, LauraP27
412Smith, AndrewP82
413Smith, AmyP62
414Smith, SarahP59
415Sorochinski, MarinaP41
416Sperry, KathrynP93, P96
417Sporer, SiegfriedP9
418Spraberry Tekell, ChelseaP96
419Steadham, JenniferC47, P47
420Stephens, SkyeP54
421Stevenson, MargaretC32, P32
422Stimmel, MatthewP81
423Stolzenberg, StaciaP35, P72
424Strohmaier, HeidiP12
425Subramaniam, JananiP59
426Tabernik, HollyP59
427Tallon, JenniferP59
428Tarescavage, AnthonyP96
429Tatar II, JosephP59
430Tehee, MelissaP63
431Telford, RobinP25
432Tellez, AlexandraP36
433Thomas, AprilP52
434Thornton, LauraC44, P44
435Titcomb, CarolineP76
436Tolou-Shams, MarinaC56, P56
437Tolson, DanielleP96
438Toomey, JosephP80
439Tsang, SinyP44
440Uhl, ElizabethP59
441Upton, MarandaP96
442Vallano, JonathanC80, P80
443Van Dyke, DarciP14
444Varela, JorgeC36, P36
445Vera, LaurenP6
446Vidal, SarahP96
447Viljoen, SimoneP10, P23
448Vinas-Racionero, RosaP59
449Vincent, GinaP31, C42, P75
450Vitacco, MichaelC38, P38, P38
451Vredeveldt, AnneliesP74
452Wait, SierraP96
453Walker, TammiP8
454Wall, TinaP78
455Waller, RebeccaC77, P77
456Wanamaker, KaylaP44
457Warner, ToddP18
458Warren, AmyeC83
459Wasarhaley, NesaP48
460Watts, AshleyP26
461Weatherford, DawnP58
462Wechsler, HayleyC86, P86
463Weill, JoannaP22
464Wells, GaryD27, C55
465Wevodau, AmyC17, P17
466White, StuartP77
467White, KathrynP96
468Whited, WillP90
469Wiener, RichardC7, P7, C50, C62, P62
470Wijetunga, CharityP17
471Wilford, MikoP67
472Williams, ShannaP83
473Williamson, LaurenP59
474Wilson, CatherineP29, P46
475Wingrove, TwilaP48
476Winters, GeorgiaP59
477Wixted, JohnP58
478Woestehoff, SkyeP39
479Wolfman, MissyP11
480Wood, MaryP76
481Wright, Caroline VaileP59
482Wylie, LindseyP48, P96
483Yamamoto, SusanP96
484Yarbrough, AngelaP20
485Yasuhara, KentoC52, P52
486Yelderman, LoganP91
487Yokum, DavidC22, P22, P50
488Zannella, LesleyP96
489Zapf, PatriciaD36
490Zavodny, DenisP69
491Zimmerman, EmilyP96, P96
492Zimmerman, DavidP59

 

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