Amy L. Smith

I am currently designing a project looking at emotion as a determinate
of guilt decisions by jurors in court cases.

Previous Education

 Master of Legal Studies - University of Nebraska, 2012

Bachelor of Science (Psychology) - Arizona State University, 2008

Bachelor of Arts (History) - Arizona State University, 2008

Lab Experience

 Legal Decision Making Lab (Wiener Lab)- Graduate Research Assistant, 2008 - present

Law and Psychology Lab (Saks and Schweitzer Lab) - Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2008

Social Influence Interest Group (Cialdini Lab) - Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2007 - 2008

Evolution and Social Cognition Lab (Kenrick and Neuberg Lab) - Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2005 - 2007

Teaching Experience

 Instructor, Psychology of Social Behavior - University of Nebraska -Lincoln, 2011 - present

Teaching Assistant, Intro to Psychology - University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2012

Conferences

Smith, Amy L. & Wiener, Richard L. (2011).  Male on Male Sexual Harassment. Poster Presentation at the SPSP Conference, San Diego, CA.

Smith, Amy L., Wiener, Richard L., Blenner, Jordan A. (2011). The Law vs. The Common Definition in Male on Male Sexual Harassment Cases. Paper presentation at the AP-LS Conference, Miami, FL.

Smith, Amy L., Wiener, R.L., Nichols-Keller, S. (2009).  Analysis of Guilt Certainty mediated by gender and emotion. Poster presentation at the AP-LS Conference, San Antonio, TX.

Smith, Amy L. (2008). Three-Party Persuasion. Poster presentation at the Psi Chi Undergraduate Research Conference, Tucson, AZ.