Wingrove, Twila

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Jurors’ Judgments and the Media: Is All Pretrial Publicity Equal? 2013 1859 Previous research on the effect of pretrial publicity (PTP) on jurors’ judgments in criminal court has typically focused on prejudicial information presented about the defendant in a criminal case. This spotlight on the defendant is shifting to a bro...
Is Knowledge Power? An Investigation of Mock Jurors’ Perceptions of CSA Victim Credibility 2014 1308 In the present study, I investigated the effects of child complainant’s age (5 years, 15 years, a “minor”), the child’s level of sexual knowledge (low, high), and the presence of jury instructions on mock jurors’ perceptions of the child’s credibilit...
The Impact Of Evidence Presentation On False Confessions 2016 1765 A confession is one of the most influential kinds of evidence offered at trial (Leo, 2009). The weight of a confession on trial outcomes warrants careful attention. Interrogation practices need to be carefully examined to ensure individuals are not b...
The Effects of Child Maltreatment on Fixation Patterns and Emotion Recognition 2016 675 Child maltreatment is a pervasive problem that affects thousands of children each year. Several studies have found links between child maltreatment and impaired cognitive functioning in children and young adults. To this date, there has been no resea...
Perceived Control And Childhood Maltreatment Predict Adult Anxiety And Traits Of Secondary Psychopathy In A Community Sample 2017 546 Evidence suggests that psychopathy can be divided into two subtypes by anxiety. Specifically, low levels of anxiety are predictive of primary psychopathy and high levels of anxiety are predictive of secondary psychopathy. These subtypes are also pars...
Society And The Psychopath: An Examination Of Psychopathy Relating To Social Motivation And Moral Decision-Making 2018 389 There has been very little research conducted on the extent to which individuals who display psychopathic traits or tendencies act morally, immorally or amorally as a result of social-motivational factors, like social support and social hindrance. Th...
The Role Of Schema Congruence In Mock Jurors’ Judgments Of Sexual Assault Cases 2018 112 People use schemas to categorize their informational world. Schemas allow us to appraise a current social situation, or to predict future social behaviors; schemas are cognitive shortcuts that can lead to stereotyping and other forms of overgeneraliz...