The AP-LS Student Committee is pleased to announce the 2018 AP-LS Student PresentationAwardrecipients. Thank you to everyone who submitted a paper or poster for consideration. Congratulations to the award recipients! Click here to view the winning presentations. Outstanding Student Papers: Tess Hupe, University of Evansville- The Impact of Compassion Fatigue on Teachers’ Intentions to Report Suspected Child Abuse Hannah Phalen, Arizona State University - Expressing Anger Makes Male Attorneys More Effective, but Female Attorneys Less Effective Suraji Wagage, Drexel University - Public Opinion on Juvenile Solitary Confinement Outstanding Student Posters: Jean Cabell, University of Nevada, Reno - Expectations vs. Truth: Which Matters More? Melanie Close, John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY Graduate Center - Do anti-bias judicial instructions aggravate the impact of feature-based racial bias on jury verdicts and sentencing decisions? Rebecca Human, University of Nebraska-Lincoln- Family Involved Rehabilitation Services Treatment (FIRST) Court: A Program Evaluation Outstanding Student Presentation in Corrections Research: Hannah Stewart, University of New Brunswick - Transitions from crime: Examining perspectives of how higher-risk offenders begin the process of criminal desistance Outstanding Student Presentation in Legal Research: Jordan Buechler, University of Evansville - Attorney's Gender, Race, and Emotion Affect Jurors' Perception of Attorney Effectiveness Outstanding Student Presentation in Novel-Topic Research: Jennifer Boland, Sam Houston State University - The Role of Controlled Substance Use in Diversion Outcomes Among Mentally Ill Offenders
The Student Committee has posted online the primer compiled for the 2018 AP-LS Pre-Conference Workshop on Privacy and the Fourth Amendment. Check out the primer to learn the basics of privacy law and how it might apply to legal concepts frequently researched by AP-LS members!
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 AP-LS Student Committee!
Chair - Amanda Reed, MA | John Jay College of Criminal Justice Chair-Elect - Katherine Hazen, BS | University of Nebraska - Lincoln Communications Officer - Victoria Pietruszka, BA | Drexel University Campus Representative Coordinator - Beverly Henkel, MA | The Chicago School of Professional Psychology Secretary - Keisha April, JD | Drexel University Clinical Liaison - Amanda Rosinski, MA | John Jay College of Criminal Justice Experimental Liaison - Adele Quigley-McBride, MS | Iowa State University Law Liaison - Emma Marshall, BA | University of Nebraska - Lincoln Past-Chair - Emily Haney-Caron, MS, JD | Drexel University
Officers officially transition at the Division 41 Business Meeting during the APA Convention. Thank you to all of the officers leaving their positions for their hard work throughout the past year, and welcome to the new committee!
The AP-LS Student Committee is pleased to announce a joint initiative with the Minority Affairs Committee intended to increase the visibility of undergraduate and graduate minority students who have contributed to the intersection of psychology and law. We are seeking submissions from minority student affiliates of AP-LS with recent contributions to the field, including conference presentations, publications, facilitation of workshops or seminars, or similar achievements. Please visit http://www.apls-students.org/minority-student-initiative.html for the call for submissions. Please direct any questions to the AP-LS Student Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Student Committee has posted online the primer compiled for the 2017 AP-LS Pre-Conference Workshop on Criminal Procedure and Due Process. Check out the primer to learn the basics of due process law and how it might apply to legal concepts frequently researched by AP-LS members!
The AP-LS Student Committee is pleased to announce the 2017 AP-LS Student Presentation Awards recipients. Thank you to everyone who submitted a paper or poster for consideration; we received a record number of submissions this year. Congratulations to the award recipients! Please look for their work at the AP-LS Conference.
Outstanding Student Paper: Keisha April, Drexel University - Minority perceptions matter: The relationship between youths' attitudes toward police and perceptions of unfair treatment Stephanie Singer, Drexel University - Facing the facts: What the data say about the PA DMC Youth/Law Enforcement Curriculum through the lens of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing Final Report Alice Thornewill, Drexel University - In the wake of Hoffman: Psychologist and public perceptions of the role of psychologists in national security interrogations and other non-traditional settings
Outstanding Student Poster: Fabiana Alceste, John Jay College of Criminal Justice - The effects of mere rehearsal on lay perceptions of confession evidence Melissa Jonnson, Simon Frasier University - Protective factors against callous-unemotional traits in adolescents: The role of gratitude, forgiveness, and honesty Alyssa Mikytuck, Georgetown University - Neuroscience evidence mitigates sentencing
Outstanding Student Presentation in Corrections Research: Samantha Lynne Morin, Fordham University - Determining treatment needs and recidivism risk of juveniles with sexual offense adjudications: Primary/secondary C-U traits
Outstanding Student Presentation in Legal Research: Emily Victoria Shaw, University of California, Irvine - Criminal minds cannot be disabled: Intellectual disability in capital cases
Outstanding Student Presentation in Novel-Topic Research: Elizabeth Gale-Bentz, Drexel University - Public perceptions of the impact of the collateral consequences of juvenile justice involvement
Congratulations to the 2016-2017 AP-LS Student Committee!
Chair - Emily Haney-Caron, MS, JD | Drexel University Chair-Elect - Amanda Reed, MA | John Jay College of Criminal Justice Communications Officer - Dana L. Formon, MA | Sam Houston State University Campus Representative Coordinator - Marina Mukhin, MA | Albizu University Secretary - Tiffany D. Clomax, B.A.| The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Chicago Campus Clinical Liaison - Laura M. Grossi, MA | Fairleigh Dickinson University Experimental Liaison - Adam Fine, MA | University of California, Irvine Law Liaison - Katherine Hazen, BS | University of Nebraska - Lincoln Past-Chair - Meghann Galloway, MS, JD | Drexel University
Officers officially transitioned at the Division 41 Business Meeting during the APA Convention. Thank you to all of the officers leaving their positions for their hard work throughout the past year, and welcome to the new committee!