Jeffrey S. Neuschatz, PhD

Jeffrey Neuschatz

Jeffrey S. Neuschatz, PhD

Professor, Chair, Department of Psychology

Curriculum Vitae

 Morton Hall 321
 256-824-2321
neuschaj@uah.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. Binghamton University; Cognitive Psychology
  • M.A. SUNY Cortland, General Experimental Psychology
  • B.A. Roger Williams University

Areas of Interest

  • Eyewitness identification
  • Jailhouse informants / Accomplice witnesses
  • Post-Identification feedback

Classes Taught

  • Psychological Statistics
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Psychology and Law
  • Statistics for Experimental Methods

Affiliations

Selected Publications

  • Neuschatz, J. S., Lawson, D. S., Powers, R. A., Fairless, A. H., Goodsell, C. A., Toglia, M. P. (2007).The mitigating effects of suspicion on post-identification feedback and on retrospective eyewitness memory. Law and Human Behavior, 31(3), 231-247.
  • Neuschatz, J. S., Lawson, D. S., Swanner, J. S., Meissner, C. A., & Neuschatz, J. S. (2008). The Effects of Accomplice Witnesses and Jailhouse Informants on Jury Decision Making. Law and Human Behavior 32(2), 137-149