Jeffrey S. Neuschatz, PhD

Professor, Chair
UAHuntsville Department of Psychology


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



Morton Hall 321
Vita PDF


Memory and Cognition Laboratory
American Psychology and Law Society
Psychonomic Society
Editorial Board, Law and Behavior

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