Quincy C. Miller, M.A.

Contact Information:

Email: quincy.miller@rockets.utoledo.edu

Background Information

Quincy is a third-year graduate student in Experimental Psychology from Columbus Grove, Ohio. She earned her B.A. in Psychology from the University of Toledo, where she worked as a research assistant in Dr.’s Jason Rose and Andy Geers Integrating Social Psychology and Health in Research (InSPHIRe) Laboratory. Quincy discovered her enthusiasm for developmental psychology by spending time as a nanny and new aunt. 

Research Interests

Quincy is broadly interested in children’s disclosure patterns of maltreatment. She is also interested jurors’ perceptions of child sexual abuse victims. More specifically, Quincy’s master’s thesis investigates jurors’ perceptions of gender and sexual minority victims. 


Capparelli, A. L., Miller, Q.C., Wright, D.B., & London, K. (2019). Canine-assisted interviews bolster informativeness for negative autobiographical memories. Psychological Reports. doi: 10.1177/0033294119851803 

Conference Presentations

Todorovic, K., Capparelli, A.L., Miller, Q.C., Perez, C. O., & London, K. (2020, March). Laypeople’s Endorsement of Human Trafficking Myths Affected by the Format of Online Training. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, New Orleans, LA.

Miller, Q.C., Capparelli, A.L., London, K., & McGuire, K. (2019, April). Retrospective accounts of delayed and unreported child sexual abuse. Poster presented at the Symposium on Research in Psychiatry, Psychology and Behavioral Science; Toledo, OH.

Capparelli, A.L., Perez, C.O., Miller, Q.C., London, K., & Williamson, C. (2019, April). Human Trafficking Survivor’s Interactions with Police and Perceptions of Law Enforcement. Poster presented at the Symposium on Research in Psychiatry, Psychology and Behavioral Science; Toledo, OH.

Miller, Q.C., Capparelli, A.L., London, K., & McGuire, K. (2019, March). Why didn’t she report it 36 years ago? Adults’ accounts of delayed and unreported child sexual abuse. Poster presented at the American-Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference; Portland, OR.

Capparelli, A. L., Miller, Q.C., & London, K. (2018, May). Adults’ reports of positive and negative events and false memories during animal assisted interview. Poster presented at the Association for Psychological Science Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA.

Miller, Q.C., Capparelli, A. L., Perez, C., London, K. (2018, March). Prosecution and defense expert testimony on child maltreatment disclosure patterns: Effects on Mock Juror’s Decisions and Beliefs. Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.

Perez, C., Miller, Q.C., Capparelli, A. L., Wright, D., & London, K. (2018, March). Laypeople’s beliefs about disclosure patterns of child sexual abuse. Poster presented at the American Psychology-Law Society Annual Conference, Memphis, Tennessee.

Vogel, E. A., Rose, J. P., Crane, C. S., Albright, A., Aldridge, K., & Miller, Q.C. (2017, January). “Transformation Tuesday”: Temporal context and post valence influence  Facebook users’ intentions to provide social support. Poster presented at the 18th annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology; San Antonio, TX.

Piedmont, J., Johnson, M., Miller, Q.C., Levine, J. (2016, May). Emotion regulation may mediate the relationship between worry and mindfulness. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Sciences; Chicago, IL.