Ann Romanczyk, PhD, Assistant Professor
Office: Vincent Science Center, 309-K
B.S. Psychology, SUNY Oswego
M.S. Social Psychology, DePaul University
Ph.D, Experimental Social Psychology, Adelphi University
Program Areas: Experimental Social Psychology
Research Interests: Effects of stereotypic/stigmatizing information (ethnicity, body modification, age) on dimensions of social judgment and forensic decision-making (guilt, honesty, likeability, employability)
Romanczyk, A. and Mullins, M. (2014, in progress). All or nothing: Measured amounts of cultural, gender, and biographic stigmatic information affects forensic and social decisions.
Leippe, M.R., Romanczyk, A. & Manion, A. P. (1999). Discernability or discrimination? Understanding jurors' reactions to accurate and inaccurate child and adult eyewitnesses. In G. S. Goodman & B. Bottoms (Eds.), Child victims, child witnesses: Understanding and improving children's eyewitness testimony (pp. 169-201). New York: Guilford Press.