Assistant Professor, School of Psychology
B.A., Psychology and Philosophy; St. Norbert College (2008)
M.A., Experimental Psychology; University of Toledo (2011)
Ph.D., Experimental Psychology; University of Toledo (2013)
PSY 1400: Freshman Seminar
PSY 2512: Psychology Research Methods and Statistics I
PSY 3531: Child Psychology
PSF 2551: Survey of Forensic Psychology
PSF 4551: Principles of Individual and Community Advocacy
Dr. Conradt recently earned his Ph.D. in experimental psychology with a concentration in developmental psychology from the University of Toledo. His graduate training and scholarship is in the area of forensic developmental psychology and focuses on children's eyewitness memory and testimony and forensic interviewing procedures with children. Dr. Conradt has been awarded grants and conference travel awards for his past research as a graduate student. Also, he has broad training and teaching experience in statistical methods.
Honors Thesis Advisor
Sona Systems Research Participation Administrator
Qualtrics Survey System Administrator
London, K., Henry, L. A., Conradt, T., & Corser, R. (2013). Suggestibility and individual differences in typically developing and intellectually disabled children. In A. M. Ridley, F. Gabbert, & D. J. La Rooy (Eds.). Suggestibility in Legal Contexts: Psychological Research and Forensic Implications (pp. 129-148). Wiley-Blackwell.
MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION
Conradt, T. W. & London, K. Emotional Valence and Developmental Trends in Children’s Memory Suggestibility.
Conradt, T. W. (2012). Explaining the role of emotional valence in children’s memory suggestibility. American Psychology and Law Society Student Grant-in-Aid
Conradt, T. W. (2010). Children’s suggestibility for a happy, sad, or angry event after a one-week delay. American Psychology and Law Society Student Grant-in-Aid
Conradt, T. W., Otto, A., Burch, E., & Newton, K. (2015, March). Do Better Narratives for Emotional Events Protect Children from Misinformation in an Investigative Interview? Paper to be presented at annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, CA
Conradt, T. W., & London, K. (2013, April). Effects of event valence on children’s suggestibility across development. Paper presented in symposium entitled “Emotions, Valence, and False Memories: Mechanisms and Consequences” at the Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Conradt, T. W., London, K., Metzoian, C., & Adams, B. (2013, April). Does children’s narrative ability predict differences in suggestibility for emotional events? Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Poitras, K., London, K., & Conradt, T. W. (2013, April). Children’s suggestibility and mother’s questioning style: Mutual influences in mother-child conversation about a prior event. Poster presented at Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Seattle, WA.
Conradt, T. W. & London, K. (2012, March). Developmental shifts in children’s suggestibility for a happy or sad emotional event. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Conradt, T. W., London, K., & Bruck, M. (2011, March). Source monitoring of suggested event details in children with autism spectrum disorder. Poster presented at the 4th International Congress on Psychology and Law, Miami, FL.
Conradt, T. W., Ladd, N. E., Wright, D. B., & London, K. (2010, March). The relationship between memory conformity and social anxiety in adolescents and young adults. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, Vancouver, BC, CA.