Nadja Schreiber Compo is giving an invited presentation on 'Cognitive bias in investigations' at the International Association of Chiefs of Police Annual Meeting in San Diego, CA (October, 2016).
Jacqueline Evans and Nadja Schreiber Compo have received funding from the National Science Foundation to conduct research on the role of alcohol in interrogation contexts.
A team of researchers, including FIU legal psychologist Nadja Schreiber Compo, are the first to study blind interviewing through observation, a technique contrary to what is recommended by the National Institute of Justice.
Schreiber, N., *Carol, R.N., *Evans, J.E., *Pimentel, P., Nichols-Lopez, K., Holness, H., Rose, S., & Furton, K. (in press). Witness memory and alcohol. The effects of state-dependent recall. Law and Human Behavior.
Charman, S. D., & Quiroz, V. (in press). Blind sequential lineup administration reduces both false identifications and confidence in those identifications. Law and Human Behavior.
Charman, S. D., Reyes, A., Villalba, D., & Evans, J. (in press). The (un)reliability of alibi corroborators: Failure to recognize faces of briefly-encountered strangers puts innocent suspects at risk. Behavioral Sciences and the Law.