Capuozzo’s graduate research focused on social cognition, stereotypes, and jury
decision-making, and she has carried that research agenda over to UHD. Her current research focuses on the
application of social cognitive concepts within the domain of jury trials.
Tobin, S. J.,
Capuozzo, K. I., & Raymundo, M. M. (2012). The effects of primed
causal uncertainty and causal importance on persuasion, Social Influence, 7(4), 269-284.
Capuozzo, K. (under review). Pretrial publicity and its biasing effects: A review, commentary, and proposed process model.
Capuozzo, K. I, Acitelli, L. K. & Wickham, R. E. (under review). The role of pet closeness in romantic relationships.
Winner, Lecturer of the Year 2014, UHD