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Angela Jones

Assistant Professor


Education:

Ph.D. Psychology, Graduate Center, CUNY (2015)
M.A., M.Phil Psychology, Graduate Center, CUNY (2014)
M.A., Criminology, University of South Florida (2007)
B.S. Criminal Justice, University of Central Florida (2005)

Areas of Expertise:

Juror Decision Making
Expert Testimony
Judicial Instructions
Wrongful Convictions
Procedural Justice

Biography:

Angela M. Jones is an Assistant Professor at Texas State University. She joined the faculty in 2016 after serving as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at Barnard College, Columbia University. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology from the Graduate Center, CUNY. Her research interests lie at the intersection of psychology and the legal system. She has explored errors in juror decision making that can lead to wrongful convictions and methods to reduce such errors. More recently, she conducted a field study of procedural justice in New York City Housing Court.

Contact:

110 Hines Academic Center
(512) 245-5201
a_j194@txstate.edu

Curriculum Vitae:

Curriculum Vitae