Title: Improving lineup identification outcomes by screening out witnesses.
The Psychology and Law Colloquia Series is pleased to host Dr. Stephen Charman. Dr. Charman is an associate professor in psychology at Florida International University. Dr. Charman’s research interests include eyewitness cognitive processes, eyewitness lineup procedures, age-progression, facial composites, and alibis. Dr. Charman’s research has been funded by the National Science Foundation. He has published his findings in highly prestigious journals including Law and Human Behavior, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, Applied Cognitive Psychology, Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, and Current Directions in Psychological Science. More information about Dr. Charman’s research may be found here.
The Psychology and Law Colloquia Series is funded by the Wendy and Mark Stavish Chair in the Social Sciences.
PHOTOS: Talk and reception for Dr. Stephen Charman