Check out the article Christina and Quincy wrote about their first time co-teaching Psychology and the Law amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and political upheaval taking place in the United States. The article can be found here.
Learn more about my research by visiting researchgate
Congratulations to Quincy Miller for successfully defending her comps today entitled, “Confirmation bias and legal decision making: A review and call for research.” Great work, Quincy!
Christina successfully proposed her dissertation today, entitled Social and Cognitive Predictors of Event Memory and Suggestibility among School-Aged Children. Great work, Christina! We can’t wait to read the results!
What are some of the careers available to me after graduation?
How should I prepare for applying to graduate school?
How can I learn more about careers and graduate school?
Dr. London discussed these questions in a recent career planning workshop. Missed the workshop? Check out the recording below and the PowerPoint slides.
I was honored to be a part of this docuseries. I’m very pleased to see the issue of false convictions presented in Showtimes The Outcry. As many of us quarantine at home, it is a good time to remember all of the people who have wrongly lost their liberty for life. Wrongful convictions happen.
Check out Showtime’s The Outcry, a 5-part docuseries featuring Dr. London.
The release of the documentary featuring Dr. London has postponed due to the Covid-19 affecting Showtime’s production. According to Showtime, it will be released later in 2020. Please stay tuned. The trailer is attached here.
And now the big project begins! With the support of her committee and a departmental grant, Kristina begins the journey of a project designed to better understand forensic interviews with children with autism.