PSY 2610 Statistics
PSY 3805 Research Methods
PSY 3710 Human Memory
PSY3830 Cognitive Psychology
B.A. Eastern Illinois University
M.A. Georgia State University
Factors that lead to false imprisonment
Face processing and eyewitness accuracy
Decision making and the use of heuristics within the legal system
Effect of individual and cultural differences on others’ perceptions within the legal system
Clevinger, A. M., Kleider-Offutt, H. M., & Tone, E. B. (2018). Look me in the eyes: When social
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Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Knuycky, L. R., Clevinger, A. M., & Capodanno, M. M. (2017).
Wrongful convictions and prototypical Black features: can a face-type facilitate
misidentifications? Legal & Criminological Psychology. doi: 10.1111/lcrp.12105/epdf
Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Clevinger, A. M., Bond, A. B. (2016). Working memory and cognitive
load in the legal system influences on police shooting decisions, interrogation, and jury
decisions. Journal of Applied Research in Memory & Cognition, 5(4), 426 – 433.
Crossley, S. A., Clevinger, A. M., & Kim, Y. J. (2014). The role of lexical
properties and cohesive devices in text integration and their effect on human ratings of
speaking proficiency, Language Assessment Quarterly: An International Journal, 11 (3),
250 – 270. *ILTA Best Paper Award 2014