Psychology: Student Honors, Awards, Publications, and Other Activities
Jackie Austin (Psychology) received NSF funding for her dissertation proposal titled “Evaluating the Influence of Daubert’s Cross-examination Safeguard on Jurors’, Attorneys’, and Judges’ Judgments about Scientific Evidence.”
Michele Reinlieb (Psychology), working under the mentorship of Joel Sneed (Asst. Prof., Queens, Psychology), was awarded travel funding from the International Neuropsychological Society (INS) to present her paper “The Neuropsychological Profile of MRI-defined Vascular Depression” at the annual INS meeting in February 2012 in Montreal.
David Zimmerman (Psychology) received NSF funding for his dissertation proposal titled “Judges’ and Attorneys’ Judgments of the Extent to which Jurors have been Prejudiced by Pretrial Publicity.”
Submitted on: DEC 27, 2011
Category: Psychology, Students Honors, Awards, and Publications