Ph.D., Cornell University 1987
M.S., Cornell University 1984
B.S., State University of New York at Cortland 1980
email@example.com • (307) 314-2066 • Bio Sciences Bldg 126
Aug. 1987-June 1993-Assistant Professor, UW Department of Psychology
July 1993-Sept 1997- Associate Professor, UW Department of Psychology
Sept 1997-July 2000- Associate Professor, UW Joint appointment- Department of Psychology and Criminal Justice
Aug 2000-Aug 2007- Professor and Chair of Psychology Department
July 2000-Present- Professor of Psychology
Kimberly Schweitzer, Assistant Professor in Criminal Justice, University of Wyoming
Stephannie Walker, Assistant Professor and Chair, University of Mt. Olive
Jennifer Gray, Assistant Professor, University of Mt. Olive
Maggie Renken, Assistant Professor, Georgia State University
Andre Kehn, Assistant Professor, University of North Dakota
Connie Tang, Associate Professor, Stockton College
Mindy Dahl, Health Science Policy Advisor, National Institutes of Mental Health
Kamala London, Associate Professor, University of Toledo
Walter Peters, Research Associate, Nielson Corp.
Matt Dammeyer, Director of Behavioral Health at Central Peninsula Hospital
Monica McCoy, Associate Professor and Chair, Converse College
Christopher Chai, Sr. Consultant, Deloitte
Schweitzer*, K. & Nunez, N. (in press) Victim Impact Statements: How victim social class affects juror decision making.
Estrada-Reynolds, V., Schweitzer, K., & Nunez, N. (in press). Emotions in the courtroom: How sadness, fear, anger, and disgust affects jurors' decisions. University of Wyoming Law Review.
Estrada, V.*, Gray, J.M.* & Nunez, N. (2015). Information Integration Theory, juror bias, and sentence recommendations captured over time in a capital trial. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29, 713-722. DOI: 10.1002/acp.3155
Nunez, N., Schweitzer, K.*, Chai, C.* & Myers, B. (2015). Negative emotions felt during trial: The effect of fear, anger, and sadness on juror decision making. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29, 200-209. DOI: 10.1002/acp.3094
Nunez, N. L., Laurent, S. M., & Gray, J. M. (2014). Is negligence a first cousin to intentionality? Lay conceptions of negligence and its relationship to intentionality. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28, 55-65. doi: 10.1002/acp.2957
Kehn, A.*, Renken, M. D.*, Gray, J. M.*, & Nunez, N. (2014). Developmental trends in the process of constructing facial composites for own- and other-race faces. The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, 148, 287-304.
* My hobbies include skiing, snowmobiling, camping and helping my husband with our business, TNT Motorsports