Talks and poster presentations from the TRL lab
(* presented by undergraduate student)

 

 

Public Perceptions of the Police: Trends Across 2020-2021

Invited Talk for the 94th Annual Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, April 21-23, 2022, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago IL, Session on Psychological Applications to Legal Contexts

*Police Expertise in Use-of-Force Rapid Decision Making

*The Initiation & Development of Human-Social Chatbot Interactions

*What Does It Mean If We Are Dating?

Posters for the 94th Annual Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, April 21-23, 2022, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago IL

*Police Expertise in Use-of-Force Rapid Decision Making

*The Initiation & Development of Human-Social Chatbot Interactions

*What Does It Mean If We Are Dating?

Posters for the 2021 Robert B. Glassman Memorial Brain, Mind, & Behavior Symposium, Lake Forest College

Variations in Cognitive Processing between Expert and Novice Police Officers in Use-of-Force Decision-Making 

Talk for the 2021 American Society of Evidence-Based Policing Annual Conference, University of South Carolina

 

*What Does It Mean If We Are Dating?

*Exploring the Effect of Emotional Chatbots on Sociopsychological Processes

Posters for the 93rd Annual Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, April 22-24, 2021 (Virtual)

 

*Why Do I Still Hate Thee? Misperceptions of Opposing Political Attitudes

Poster for the 2020 Robert B. Glassman Memorial Brain, Mind, and Behavior Symposium, Lake Forest College 

 

*Watch Your Language: Investigating the Linguistic Markers of Persuasion and Attitude Change

*New Year's Resolutions: The Difference of Goal Setting Between Males and Females

Posters for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Convention, February 27-29, 2020, New Orleans, LA