Publications and Conferences

Erentzen, C., & Schuller, R.A. (2017). Investigating the Dark Figure of Hate: An Exploration of Self-Reported Victimization and Police Reported Rates of Hate Crime in Canada. under review.

Erentzen, C., Quinlan, J.A., & Mar, R.A. (2017). Sometimes You Need More than a Wingman: Masculinity, Femininity and the Role of Humor in Men’s Mental Health Help-Seeking Campaigns. under review.

Erentzen, C., & Schuller, R.A. (2017). Victim Blaming in Islamophobic Hate Crimes: The Role of the Model Victim. under review.

Schuller, R.A & Erentzen, C.A. (2016). The challenge for cause procedure in Canadian criminal law. Onati Socio-Legal Series, 6(2), 315-333.

Erentzen, C. & Schuller, R. A. (2015). The battered children woman syndrome and other psychological effects of sexual and physical abuse of children. In D. Faigman, D. Kaye, M. Saks, & J. Sanders (eds.), Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony. (pp.485-519). Eagan, MN: Thompson Reuters.

Schuller, R. A. & Erentzen, C. (2015). Battered woman syndrome and other psychological effects of domestic violence against women. In D. Faigman, D. Kaye, M. Saks, & J. Sanders (eds.), Modern Scientific Evidence: The Law and Science of Expert Testimony. (pp. 412-468). Eagan, MN: Thompson Reuters.

Schuller, R., Erentzen, C., Vo, A., & Li, D. (2015). Prejudice screening procedures and their application in the courtroom. Psychology, Public Policy & Law, 21(4), 407-419.

*Thomas, C.A. (2006), The roles of registered partnerships and conjugality in Canadian family law, Canadian Journal of Family Law, 22, 223-257.

*Thomas, C.A. & Esses, V.M. (2004), Individual differences in reactions to sexist humour, Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 7(1), 89-100.

 

Poster Presentations

Erentzen,C. & Schuller, R.A. (June, 2017). Minding others’ manners: Homonegative attitudes and behavioural expectations of victims in anti-gay hate crimes. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario.

Erentzen, C., Schuller, R.A., & Topyurek, M. (January, 2017). Interpreting hate: Exploring Interpretation and Thinking about Hate Crime. Poster presented at the Justice and Morality Preconference of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio, Texas.

Erentzen, C., Schuller, R.A., & Topyurek,M. (2017, March). Victim Blaming in the Conext of Hate Crimes: The Role of Victim Behavior and Race. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Seattle, Washington.

Erentzen, C., & Schuller, R. (2016, May). Victim blaming in Islamophobic hate crimes, Research presented at the annual YUTSPA (York//University of Toronto Social, Personality, Abnormal Psychology) Conference, Toronto, Ontario.

Erentzen, C., & Schuller, R. (March, 2016). Juror reactions to Islamophobic hate crimes. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Atlanta, Georgia.

 Erentzen, C. (2015, April). Wrongful convictions and false guilty pleas. Research presented at York University’s Social/Personality Colloquium Series, Toronto, ON.

 Erentzen, C., & Schuller, R. (2015, June). Victim blaming in the context of hate crimes. Poster presented at the Third North American Correctional and Criminal Justice Psychology Conference (NAACJP), Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON.

Schuller, R., & Erentzen, C. (2015, June). Race-based pretrial questioning of juror bias: A juror simulation assessing its effectiveness. Poster presented at the Third North American Correctional and Criminal Justice Psychology Conference (NAACJP), Canadian Psychological Association, Ottawa, ON.

Erentzen, C. (2015, April). Blame attribution and reactions to hate crimes. Research presented at York University’s Social/Personality Colloquium Series, Toronto, ON.

Erentzen, C. (2014, April). Victim blaming in the context of hate crimes. Research presented at York University’s Social/Personality Colloquium Series, Toronto, ON.

Thomas, C.A. & Esses, V.M. (2003), Individual differences in reactions to sexist humour: the role of social dominance orientation and right-wing authoritarianism. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Toronto.

 

*Publications and presentations made under my maiden name, Caroline Thomas.

 

 

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