Fadia M. Narchet, Ph.D.
Ph.D., Florida International University, 2005
M.S., Florida International University, 2003
B.S., Barry University, 2000
Recently Published Books and Articles
Narchet, F.M., Meissner, C.A., & Russano, M.B. (2011) Modeling the influence of investigator
bias on true and false confession. Law and Human Behavior, 35, 452-456.
Tamborra, T.L. & Narchet, F.M. (2011). A university sexual misconduct policy: Prioritizing student victim voices. Crime Prevention and Community Safety, 13, 16-33.
Meissner, C.A., Russano, M.B., & Narchet, F.M. (2010). The importance of a laboratory science for improving the diagnostic value of confession evidence. To appear in G.D. Lassiter & C. Meissner's (Eds.) Interrogations and confessions: Research, practice, and policy. Washington, DC: APA.
Russano, M.B., Meissner, C.A., Narchet, F.M. & Kassin, K. (2005). True and false confessions: A novel experimental paradigm. Psychological Science. 16, 481-486.
Dr. Narchet also serves as Co-Advisor of Alpha Tau, the Criminal Justice Honor Society.
Dr. Narchet's reseach interests include Interviewing & Interrogation, Witness Testimony, and Factors Associated with Wrongful Conviction.
- CJ 205 Forensic Psychology
- CJ 221 Juvenile Justice Systems
- CJ 250 Scientific Methods in Criminal Justice
- CJ 357 Legal Psychology
- CJ 400 Criminal Justice Seminar
- CJ 475 Senior Seminar in Forensic Psychology
- CJ 601 Mental Health, Law, and Criminal Justice
- CJ 611 Research Methods in Criminal Justice