Professor of Cognitive Psychology
University of Oklahoma
What He Studies
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).
in the news
New analyses have rekindled debate over how lineups should be shown to witnesses
— Psychology Today
"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