Chasity Ratliff received her Bachelor's degree from Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO. Her general research interests are related to social learning and social behavior. Chasity is currently a Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Peter-Hagene in the Social Psychology and Law Laboratory, as well as an Associate for Applied Research Consultants.
Emily Galeza is a graduate student in the Applied Psychology program. She was born and raised in Erie, Pennsylvania, and earned her B.S. degree at Penn State University, Behrend. Emily is currently a Graduate Research Assistant for Dr. Peter-Hagene in the Social Psychology and Law Laboratory, as well as an Associate for Applied Research Consultants. She is interested in studying decision-making in various applied settings, including the legal system.
Adam Green is a first-year student in the Applied Psychology graduate program. He received his B.A. from Central Washington University in 2017. His research interests include group decision making, dynamics, and processes. His research experience includes mock jury deliberations, facial expression recognition/mimicry, and transgender bathroom legislation issues. He has presented posters at the Western Psychological Association and Rocky Mountain Psychological Association conferences. He received an award for Outstanding Achievement in Research from the Central Washington University Psychology Department.
Miranda Nelson is a first year graduate student in the Applied Psychology program. She received her B.S. in Psychology from the University of Evansville in Indiana. Her general research interests include social justice related topics in the legal system. Miranda’s post-graduation pursuits include teaching at the university level.
Deidra Davis is a sophomore student studying Psychology at Southern Illinois University. Her research interest includes criminal justice and social psychology. She wants to research how people's thoughts, attitudes, and behaviors influence the criminal justice system. Deidra has received the SIU REACH award to study interpersonal aspects of jury deliberations in racially diverse juries.
Kylie is an undergraduate student in the psychology program. Her research interests include emotional testimony effects on jurors and juveniles in the court system.
Former Lab Members