Every semester our lab works on several projects. The lab is made up of undergraduate and graduate students working together and learning from each other. Good research assistants are always welcome. Please stop by or send me an email!
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Lecci, L. & Myers, B. (2009). Predicting guilt judgments and verdict change using a measure of pretrial bias in a videotaped mock trial with deliberating jurors. Psychology, Crime, and Law, 15, 619-634.
Lecci, L., & Cohen, D. J. (2007). Altered processing of health threat words as a function of hypochondriacal tendencies and experimentally manipulated control beliefs. Cognition and Emotion, 21, 211-224.
Johnson, J., Ashburn-Nardo, L., Lecci, L. (in press). Individual differences in discrimination expectations moderate the impact of target stereotypically Black physical features on racism-related response in Blacks. Journal of Black Psychology.
Lecci, L., Beck, C., & Myers, B. (in press). Assessing pretrial juror attitudes while controlling for order effects: An examination of effect sizes for the RLAQ, JBS, and PJAQ. American Journal of Forensic Psychology.
Peterman, A., & Lecci, L., (2007). Personal projects in health and illness. In B. R. Little, K. Salmela-Aro, & S. D. Phillips (Eds.), Personal project pursuit: Goals, action, and human flourishing (pp. 329-353). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
Resendes, J., & Lecci, L. (2012). Comparing the MMPI-2 scale scores of parents involved in parental competency and child custody assessments. Psychological Assessment, 24, 1054-1059.
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Len Lecci, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 South College Rd.
Wilmington, N.C., 28403-5612
phone: 910-962-7262 Fax: 910-962-7010