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Christine  Ruva

Christine Ruva

Christine Ruva
Associate Professor - Sarasota

Contact

Office: Sarasota - SMC C263
Phone: 941/359-4629
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Personal Bio

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Teaching

Psychology of Language, Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology, and Perception.

Ph.D. Area: Cognitive and Neural Sciences

Research

Juror/jury decision making, juror memory (collaborative memory), juror perceptions of witness credibility, eyewitness memory and credibility, children as eyewitnesses, and the social use of memory.

Specialty Area

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CNS (Cognition)

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
83750EXP 4680C591Cognitive Psychology
3T
6:00pm-8:50pm
SMC B226
89267PSY 4913523Psych & Law Trial Processes
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TBA 100

Recent Journal Articles

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Honors and Award

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Books

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Presentations

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Recent Publications

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Ruva, C. L. & McEvoy, C. (2007). Negative and positive pretrial publicity and delay affect juror memory and decision making, Under review for JEP: Applied.

Ruva, C. L., McEvoy, C., & Bryant, J. B. (2007). Effects of pretrial publicity and collaboration on juror bias and source monitoring errors./ Applied Cognitive Psychology, 21,/ 45-67.

Ruva, C.L., & Bryant, J.B. (2004). The impact of age, speech style, and question form on perception of witness credibility and trial outcome. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 34, 1919-1944.