Dr Jennifer Beaudry
Ph.D. (Psychology), Queen's University, Canada; Master of Arts (Psychology), Queen's University, Canada; Bachelor of Arts (Psychology), Laurentian University, Canada
Jennifer's research sits at the intersection of Psychology and Law. Her main focus is on eyewitness memory, identification procedures, and how eyewitness evidence is used and understood in court. Jennifer is also a passionate advocate of open science.
Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in Psychology in 2000 at Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. She received a Master of Arts degree in 2004 and a Ph.D. in 2008, both in Social-Personality Psychology, from Queens University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Before completing her postgraduate training, Jennifer worked as an Emergency Services Social Worker at the Children's Aid Society of the Districts of Sudbury and Manitoulin in Ontario, Canada. From 2008-2012, Jennifer was an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of South Carolina Beaufort (USCB). Jennifer joined Swinburne in August 2012.
Psychology and the Law; Eyewitness Memory; Police Identification Procedures; Belief of Eyewitness Evidence; Jury Decision-making; Wrongful Convictions
Fields of Research
- Forensic Psychology - 170104
- Social And Community Psychology - 170113
Also published as: Beaudry, Jennifer; Beaudry, J.; Beaudry, J. L.; Beaudry, Jennifer L.; Beaudry, Jennifer Lynn
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