Heather Duzan presented her REACH findings at the SIU Research Forum!

Heather presented a poster titled "Integral vs. Incidental Sadness in Mock Jurors' Verdict Decisions."

The Social Psychology and Law Lab was well represented at the annual conference of the American Psychology-Law Society!

Dr. Peter-Hagene presented a talk, titled "Moral Outrage Reactions to Defendants and the Law Mediate the Effect of Pre-trial Attitudes Toward Euthanasia and Policing on Jurors' Verdicts."

Chasity's talk was titled, "Moral Outrage Mediates the Effects of Aggression and Perceived Threat on Punitiveness Toward Juvenile Offenders."

Colleen spoke about, "Gender Differences in Individuals' Anticipated Negative and Positive Affective Reactions to Police Officers."

Congratulations to Chasity!

Chasity Ratliff defended her master's thesis, titled "The Effects of Societal Threat on Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation."

Lisa Logterman was awarded a grant from Psi Chi!!

Lisa was selected as a recipient of a 2017-18 Mamie Phipps Clark Diversity Research Grant for the proposal, “Does Defendant Religious Affiliation Influence Verdicts for Religiously-Motivated Crimes."

Heather is REACHING for the stars!!

Heather Duzan was awarded the Research-Enriched Academic Challenge (REACH) award for 2017-18 to complete her project, titled “Integral and incidental sadness effects on jurors' judgments and memory of child testimony.”

Heather presented a poster at the SIU Research Symposium

Heather Duzan presented a poster on the differential effects on verdicts of anger and sadness experienced by jurors in response to gruesome evidence, titled “The effect of gruesome evidence on mock jurors' judgments.”

Congratulations to Colleen!!

Colleen Bader completed her masters thesis, titled "Affective, behavioral, and cognitive perceptions of policewomen who make mistakes in traffic stops." on April 4, 2017.