Ashley Hall

  • Toledo US-OH
Ashley Hall

Research in Progress

Hall, A. K., & London, K. (in progress). Examination of “something else” as a response alternative in forced-choice questions.

Hall, A. K., Rohrabaugh, M., & London, K.(in progress). Elementary school personnel’s knowledge base, training procedures, and reporting behavior regarding child maltreatment.

Research Interests

  • Forensic developmental psychology
  • Children and the law
  • Forensic interviewing techniques and question format
  • Disclosure, identification, and prevention of child maltreatment

Service

Professional

  • Submissions Reviewer, Student Grant Competition, APSSC (2014)
  • Submissions Reviewer, APA Division 37 Program at APA Convention 2014 (2014)
  • Submissions Reviewer, Student Research Awards, APSSC (2012, 2013)
  • Submissions Reviewer, RISE Research Award Competition, APSSC (2013)
  • Student Reviewer, Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology (2012)
  • Submissions Reviewer, APA Division 37 Program at APA Convention 2013 (2012)
  • Submissions Reviewer, APA Division 41 Program at APA Convention 2013 (2012)
  • Submissions Reviewer, APA Division 37 Program at APA Convention 2012 (2012)
  • Submissions Reviewer, APA Division 41 Annual Conference 2012 (2011)
  • Reviewer for Student Grant Competition, APSSC (2011)
  • Submissions Reviewer, APA Division 37 Annual Conference 2011 (2010)

University

  • Graduate Student Social Committee (2014)
  • Volunteer for Midwest Graduate Research Symposium (2012, 2013)
  • Volunteer for ChaRUNty 5k, Graduate Student Association (Spring 2012)
  • Undergraduate Advisor, Department of Psychology, University of Toledo (2010-2011)
  • Computer lab exam proctor, Department of Psychology, University of Toledo (2010-2011)

Academic Honors

  • Graduate Assistantship, University of Toledo (2010-present)
  • Psi Chi, National Honor Society for Psychology (2008, 2013)
  • Alpha Phi Sigma, National Criminal Justice Honor Society (2010)

Related Professional Experience

  • Intern, Marietta College Center for Families and Children, Marietta, Ohio (Spring 2006)
  • Intern, Washington Country Children Services, Marietta, Ohio (Fall 2005)

Research Awards

  • AP-LS Grant-in-Aid, $600 (2014)
  • Graduate Student Association Graduate Research Award, $1,630 (2013)

Teaching Experience

Courses Taught
  • Instructor, Lifespan Psychology, University of Toledo (2012-present)
  • Co-Instructor, Undergraduate Research Practicum, University of Toledo (2010-present) 
  • Instructor, Principles of Psychology, University of Toledo (2011-2012)   
  • Adjunct Instructor, General Psychology, Owens Community College (2009-2010)
  • Adjunct Instructor, Lifespan Psychology, Owens Community College (2008)

Guest Lectures

  • Guest Lecturer, Court Appointed Special Advocate Training, Toledo, OH, Child Development Workshop (2012)
  • Guest Lecturer, Psychology & Law course, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH, Psychologists in the legal system (2012)

Teaching Training

  • Workshop, Introduction to Blended Learning, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH (2014)
  • Workshop, Creating Accessible Courses, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH (2013)
  • Seminar in Teaching, University of Toledo, Toledo, OH (2011)
  • Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Psychology, Marietta College, Marietta, OH (2007)

Teaching Interests

  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Lifespan Development
  • Psychology & Law
  • Introductory Statistics
  • Research Methods
  • Child & Adolescent Development
  • Child Maltreatment & Family Violence
  • Forensic Psychology

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association (APA)    American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS)    Division 7: Developmental Psychology    Division 37: Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice    Division 41: American Psychology and Law Society

Manuscripts in Preparation

Journal Articles 

Hall, A. K., & London, K. (in preparation). Impact of child witness characteristics on juror decisions in cases of child sexual abuse.

Book Chapters 

London, K., Rohrabaugh, M., & Hall, A. K. (in preparation). Preparing for the interview. In W. O'Donohue & M. Fanetti (Eds.), Forensic interviews regarding child sexual abuse: A guide to evidence-based practice.

Education

University of Toledo

Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology (Forensic Developmental)

(Expected 2014)

Tiffin University

M.S. in Criminal Justice (Forensic Psychology)

(2010 with Distinction)

Marietta College

M.A. in Psychology

(2008)

Marietta College

B.A. in Psychology

(2007)

Manuscripts Under Review

Journal Articles 

Hall, A. K., London, K., Lytle, N., & Wright, D. B. (under review). Does it help, hurt, or something else?  The effect of a something else response alternative on children's responses to forced-choice questions.

Conference Presentations

Conference Talks

Hall, A. K., London, K., & Lytle, N. (2012, March). Does including a “something else” option improve children’s performance on forced choice questions? Paper presented at the American Psychology-LawSociety 2012 Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Hall, A. K. (2010, April).  Impact of child witness characteristics on juror decisions in cases of child sexualabuse.  Paper presented at the 2010 Ohio Council of Criminal Justice Education, Youngstown, OH.

Conference Poster Presentations

Hall, A. K., & London, K. (2013, May). Impact of child witness characteristics on juror decisions in cases of child sexual abuse. Poster presented at the 25th APS Annual Convention, Washington, D. C.

Hall, A. K., & London, K. (2013, April). Impact of child witness characteristics on juror decisions in cases of child sexual abuse. Poster presented at the 20th Annual Symposium on Research in Psychiatry, Psychology and Behavioral Science, Toledo, OH.

Hall, A. K., London, K., & Lytle, N. (2012, April). Does including a “something else” option improve children’s performance on forced choice questions? Poster presented at the 19th Annual Symposium on Research in Psychiatry, Psychology and Behavioral Science, Bowling Green, OH.

Hall, A. K., London, K., & Lytle, N. (2012, March). Does including a “something else” option improve children’s performance on forced choice questions? Poster presented at the 2012 Midwest Graduate Research Symposium, Toledo, OH.

Hall, A. K., & McCabe, J. (2008, March).  Looking back: An examination of hindsight bias in change detection ability. Poster presented at the 2009 Eastern Psychological Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.

References

References

Rickye Heffner, PhD

Kamala London, PhD

Jason Rose, PhD