Veronica Stinson is a Professor of Psychology at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. She has been involved in research ethics since the mid-late 1990s, serving on the Saint Mary’s University Research Ethics Board as a member, vice-chair, and chair for several years. Her efforts have been directed at working collaboratively with scholars on research ethics challenges, especially those involving some types of international development research projects and student research.
A graduate of Florida International University’s Applied Psychology (Legal Tract) Doctoral Program, her research has focused on intersections of psychology and law in areas such as eyewitness memory, jury decision-making, and media effects on legally relevant judgments. Recent work has focused on various aspects of police cautions and police interrogation strategies.
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