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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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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

CNS (Cognition)

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
23217PSY 3213522Research Methods in Psych
4MW
3:00pm-4:50pm
SMC B333
24775SOP 4751591Psychology Applied to Law
Info Web-based course meets: 01/05/2015; 02/02/2015;
3M
6:00pm-7:45pm
SMC B224
13972PSY 4913521Directed Study
Request Permit
3U
8:00am-9:00am
SMC C208
25495IDS 4914521Adv Undergrad Research Exp
Request Permit
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21800PSY 4938521Pro Seminar
3W
6:00pm-8:45pm
SMC A214

Recent Publications

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.