|School||School of Health & Life Sciences and Community Services|
Bachelor of Community and Criminal Justice|
|Academic and Professional Designations||PhD, Psychology|
|Areas of Expertise & Interest|
|Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities|
|Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications|
Gosse, L., Griffiths, D., Owen, F., & Feldman, M. (under revision). The impact of individualized planning approach on personal outcomes and supports for persons with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities.
Gosse, L. & Roberts, K.P. (2014). Children’s use of a timeline to indicate when events occurred. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 29, 36-43.
Bobocel, D. R. & Gosse, L. (2015). Procedural Justice: A historical perspective. In R. Cropanzano & M. Ambrose (Eds.). Oxford handbook of psychology: Justice in work organizations. New York: Oxford University Press.
As an instructor, I place a strong emphasis on multiple teaching pedagogies and student assessments. My teaching is heavily influenced by my scholarship in the area of the psychology of justice and I strive to create an open, comfortable and fair learning environment.
In addition to my scholarly activities noted above,
I am active in the community, volunteering on the Breaking the Silence on Hidden Violence working group of the Crime Prevention Council and as a board member for Fit Active Beautiful (FAB).