Graduate Students

Daniel BDaniel Bederian-Gardner

Graduate Student
Email: dbederian@ucdavis.edu
Curriculum Vitæ…

I am interested in various issues relating to children’s involvement as witnesses in the legal system. My current research projects involve studying how different characteristics of the child witness might influence judgments of their credibility by potential jurors as well as looking at aspects of true and false memory across development. I am also interested in children’s moral development and how it interacts with testimony.


 


 GoldfarbDeborah Goldfarb

Graduate Student
Email: dagoldfarb@ucdavis.edu 
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SueHobbsSue Hobbs

Graduate Student
Email: suedhobbs@gmail.com 
Curriculum Vitæ…

My research interests include factors related to child development in the context of child maltreatment and emotional climate in the home. Specifically, I am interested in emotion regulation development, parent-child attachment, memory and suggestibility, and biological stress regulation processes associated with child maltreatment and early-life stressors.


 


Joni JohnsonJonni Johnson

Graduate Student
Email: jonjohnson@ucdavis.edu 
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GS HeadshotGent Silberkleit

Graduate Student
Email: gsilberkleit 
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I am interested in various cognitive processes relating to jury psychology, including how emotions affect decision-making, subconscious thought, and stereotyping/prejudice. I investigate both theoretical and applied legal and social psychology, and I strive to improve the justice system by informing policy-makers with my work. My current lines of research study how stereotyping affects decision-making, the effect of emotional and/or disturbing information on executive functioning, and decision-making involving child testimony.