PhD Student in Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Kristyn Jones is a third-year PhD student in the Psychology and Law Program at John Jay College. She is interested in examining the visual and memory errors that people make when viewing police footage. Moreover, she is interested in studying people's beliefs about their abilities to be objective observers and their beliefs in the strength of visual evidence.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Student in Psychology, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Education

  • 2018 
    John Jay College of Criminal Justice, MA

Publications

  • 2018
    Objectivity is a Myth for You but Not for Me or Police: A Bias Blind Spot for Viewing and Remembering Criminal Events,
  • 2017
    Believing is Seeing: Biased Viewing of Body-Worn Camera Footage,