Margaret Bull Kovera

Affiliations: 
1993-1995 Psychology Reed College, Portland, OR 
 1995-2004 Psychology Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
 2004- Psychology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Law
Website:
http://www.margaretkovera.com
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Eugene Borgida grad student
Marti Gonzales grad student UMN

Children

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Joseph A Vitriol research assistant John Jay College (CUNY)
Amanda Nicholson Bergold grad student CUNY
Tracey Carpenter grad student Florida International
Marisa Collett grad student Florida International
Andrew Evelo grad student CUNY
Melanie B. Fessinger grad student John Jay College (CUNY)
Kellye S. Hebert grad student Florida International
Karima Modjadidi grad student CUNY
David M. Zimmerman grad student CUNY
Marie Williams Barnes grad student 1996-1999 (IOTree)
Bradley D. McAuliff grad student 1995-2000 Florida International
Lora M. Levett grad student 2001-2005 Florida International (SocTree)
Sarah M. Greathouse grad student 2009 CUNY
Caroline B. Crocker grad student 2010 CUNY
Julia C. Kennard grad student 2011 CUNY
Jacqueline L. Austin grad student 2013 CUNY
Jennifer T. Perillo grad student 2013 CUNY
Lindsey M. Rhead grad student 2015 CUNY
Melanie Close grad student 2020 CUNY
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Perillo JT, Perillo AD, Despodova NM, et al. (2021) Testing the waters: An investigation of the impact of hot tubbing on experts from referral through testimony. Law and Human Behavior. 45: 229-242
Wells GL, Kovera MB, Douglass AB, et al. (2020) Policy and procedure recommendations for the collection and preservation of eyewitness identification evidence. Law and Human Behavior. 44: 3-36
Chorn JA, Kovera MB. (2019) Variations in reliability and validity do not influence judge, attorney, and mock juror decisions about psychological expert evidence. Law and Human Behavior. 43: 542-557
Vitriol JA, Kovera MB. (2019) Exposure to capital voir dire may not increase convictions despite increasing pretrial presumption of guilt. Law and Human Behavior. 42: 472-483
Modjadidi K, Kovera MB. (2018) Viewing videotaped identification procedure increases juror sensitivity to single-blind photo-array administration. Law and Human Behavior. 42: 244-257
Zimmerman DM, Chorn JA, Rhead LM, et al. (2017) Memory strength and lineup presentation moderate effects of administrator influence on mistaken identifications. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 23: 460-473
Kovera MB, Evelo AJ. (2017) The case for double-blind lineup administration. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 23: 421-437
Jones AM, Kovera MB. (2015) A Demonstrative Helps Opposing Expert Testimony Sensitize Jurors to the Validity of Scientific Evidence Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. 15: 401-422
Austin JL, Kovera MB. (2015) Cross-examination educates jurors about missing control groups in scientific evidence Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 21: 252-264
Otis CC, Greathouse SM, Kennard JB, et al. (2014) Hypothesis testing in attorney-conducted voir dire. Law and Human Behavior. 38: 392-404
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