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Deception Lab

Curtis Lab

Clinical Science and Deception

Student Researchers

  • Amariah Pinchback

    Amariah Pinchback

    Amariah is currently assisting in deception research under Dr.Curtis’s guidance researching the fundamental attribution error and actor/observer bias in light of perceiving deception. She is a Carr Gold scholar with a 3.8 GPA, and plans on pursuing a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology after graduating in May 2019.

  • Lisa Vietor

    Lisa Vietor

    Lisa is currently examining attributions in deception with Dr. Curtis. Lisa plans to graduate with a BS in psychology in May of 2019 and pursue a Master’s degree after graduation.

  • Cody Good

    Cody Good

    I plan on graduating May 2018 with my masters in counseling psychology. I am the current president of the Graduate Student Psychological Association. Over the past two years I have been working in correspondence with Dr. Curtis as well as other faculty members of Angelo State University with research that I have been able to present at the Southwestern Psychological Association conferences. I plan on pursuing a PhD in Counseling Psychology with the future goal of becoming a professor after my masters degree. I am currently working on my Thesis, under supervision of Dr. Curtis, examining the effects of professors who are perceived as deceptive.

  • Madeline Hufstutler

    Madeline Hufstutler

    I am a third-year undergraduate student at Angelo State University. I am graduating with a Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology in May of 2018. After graduation, I plan to attend a graduate level School Psychology Program. I am a member of Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society and Psychology Club. I have recently decided to get involved in research with Dr. Curtis. We are examining deception within the context of school psychology.

  • Rachael Lindberg

    Rachael Lindberg

    Rachael is a senior undergraduate student, graduating in May of 2018. She is currently studying Myths in Schizophrenia under the guidance of Dr. Curtis. She hopes to attend Angelo State University’s Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology program Fall 2018. She is also a member of Psi Chi, the Southwestern Psychological Association, and Sigma Kappa Sorority. 

  • Brittany L. Schroeder

    Brittany L. Schroeder

    Brittany L. Schroeder is an Angelo State University alumna with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a concentration in Biology. She is a current graduate student pursuing a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology at Angelo State University. Her current research interests include areas of human deception and psychomythology and film. She is a member of TriBeta the National Biological Honor Society and a member of Psi Chi the International Honor Society in Psychology.

  • Jaimee Morris

    Jaimee Morris

    I am a sophomore Psychology major from Kerrville, Texas. After earning my undergraduate degree, I plan on attending medical school with the goal of becoming a physician. I am the Treasurer of Active Minds, and I volunteer in the Angelo State Natural History Collections. I am currently working under Dr. Curtis to analyze deception within healthcare, focusing specifically on physicians and nurses.

  • Robert Redfearn

    Robert Redfearn

    After having obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and several years of diverse nursing experience, Robert is now a graduate student in the ASU Industrial/ Organizational Psychology program. He is currently working on his thesis under Dr. Kyle van Ittersum, which is on highly sensitive people working in high stress environments. As a member of Dr. Curtis’s team, he is also researching the perceptions of nurses and physicians on deception in healthcare, as well as studying the perceptions of moral decision-making under Dr. Cheryl Stenmark. Robert’s ultimate goal is to obtain a PhD and become an organizational consultant.

  • Jacob Miranda

    Jacob Miranda

    I plan on graduating spring 2019 with my M.S in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. I am the current Vice-President of the Graduate Student Psychological Association (GSPA). I plan on pursuing a Ph.D. in I/O Psychology with the future goal of becoming a professor. I am working on a team with Dr. Curtis to look at how of deceptive practices are perceived by physician and nursing populations in their respective fields.