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Jared Chamberlain

Assistant professor

Office

602-216-3177
jchamberlain@argosy.edu

Education

  • Ph.D. in Social Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno
  • M.A. in Social Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno, 5/2006
  • B.A. in Psychology, University of Montana, 8/2002

Biography

Dr. Chamberlain is a graduate of the Interdisciplinary Social Psychology Ph.D. Program at the University of Nevada, Reno. As a social psychologist with research interests in legal and policy issues, he has published articles concerning celebrity influences in the legal system, stress among the judiciary, and the legal rights and responsibilities of gay parents. Dr. Chamberlain also works part-time as a trial consultant in the Phoenix area.

Expertise

  • Social Psychology & Law
  • Jury Decision Making Processes
  • Judge Stress
  • Community Sentiment Surrounding Gay Rights Issues

Selected Publications

  • Chamberlain, J., & Miller, M.K. (2008). Stress in the courtroom: A call for research. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 15, 237-250.
  • Chamberlain, J., & Miller, M.K. (2009). Evidence of Secondary Traumatic Stress, Safety Concerns, and Burnout Among a Homogeneous Group of Judges in a Single Jurisdiction. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law, 37, 214-224
  • Chamberlain, J., Miller, M.K., & Bornstein, B.H. (2009). The rights and responsibilities of gay and lesbian parents: Legal developments, psychological research, and policy implications. Social Issues and Policy Review, 2, 103-126.
  • Chamberlain, J., Miller, M.K., & Gonzalez, C.A. (2010). The "Oprah effect": how celebrity jurors influence jury decision-making. Journal of Criminal Justice and Popular Culture.
  • Chamberlain, J., Miller, M.K. & Jehle, A. (2006). Celebrities in the courtroom: Legal responses, psychological theory and empirical research. Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law, 8, 551-572.
  • Chamberlain, J., & Richardson, J. T. (forthcoming). Judicial stress: A topic in need of research. In M. K. Miller and B. Bornstein (Eds.), Trauma, Stress, and Wellbeing in the Legal System. Oxford.
  • Flores, D.M., Miller, M.K., Chamberlain, J., Richardson, J.T., & Bornstein, B.H. (2009-2010). Judges' perspectives on stress and safety in the courtroom: An exploratory study. Court Review.
  • Merlino, M.L., Richardson, J.T., & Chamberlain, J. (2008). Science in the law school curriculum: A snapshot of the legal education landscape. Journal of Legal Education, 58, 1-26.
  • Miller, M.K., Adya, M., Chamberlain, J., & Jehle, A. (2010). How counterfactual thinking affects reactions to victimization. Applied Psychology and Criminal Justice, 6, 17-30.
  • Vargas, J. H., Miller, M.K., & Chamberlain, J. (in press). The parental rights and responsibilities of gay social parents and the general well-being of their children: A mixed methods investigation of judicial rulings. Journal of GLBT Family Studies, 8 (5)

Memberships

  • American Psychological Association ? Division 5
  • American Psychology and Law Society
  • Law and Society Association
  • Western Social Science Association
  • American Society of Trial Consultants

Presentations

  • Chamberlain, J. (2005, March). National certification programs. Presented at the National Council of Juvenile and Family Courts Judges Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Chamberlain, J., & Miller, M.K. (2008, April). The judicial stress triad: Secondary traumatic stress, burnout, and safety. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association conference, Denver, CO.
  • Chamberlain, J., Miller, M.K., & Bornstein, B.H. (2006, July). State courts weigh in on the rights and responsibilities of gay parents. Paper presented at the Law and Society Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Chamberlain, J., Miller, M.K., & Jehle, A. (2006, July). Celebrities in the courtroom: Legal responses, psychological theory and empirical research. Paper presented at the Law and Society Association Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  • Miller, M.K., Chamberlain, J., & Bornstein, B.H. (2006, April). Psychological research supports recent california rulings determining the rights and responsibilities of lesbian parents. Paper presented at the Western Social Science Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ.