Scott Gronlund

Scott Gronlund

Professor of Cognitive Psychology
University of Oklahoma


The relationship between memory and decision-making processes, particularly in eyewitness identification (how certain procedures can affect eyewitness ID and the likelihood of mistakenly identifying an innocent person and correctly identifying a guilty person).

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Should Police Lineups Be Sequential or Simultaneous?

New analyses have rekindled debate over how lineups should be shown to witnesses
— Psychology Today

OU Professor Uses Research to Find More Accurate Form of Eyewitness Identification

"The goal is to try to develop better quality eyewitness identification that is less likely to send innocent people to jail," Scott Gronlund said.
— The Oklahoma Daily


University of Oklahoma
Department of Psychology
455 W. Lindsey
Norman, OK 73019

Phone: 405-325-4553
Fax: 405-325-4737