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Yelderman, Logan

Non-Resident Fellow
Prairie View A&M University
email Logan Yelderman

Logan A. Yelderman is an assistant professor of psychology in the Prairie View A&M University College of Juvenile Justice and Psychology. He has a Ph.D. in Social Psychology from the University of Nevada, Reno. His research lies at the intersection of religion, social psychology, and law. His primary interests involve topics associated with religious fundamentalist beliefs, insanity defense and death penalty decision-making, emotion, and parole. Additional research interests involve problem-solving courts, particularly juvenile drug treatment courts.

Recent related projects include studies on vicarious emotions and attributions, the role of emotions in parole decision-making, religion and morality in capital jurors’ decision-making, the use of churches in reentry programs, and religious belief dimensionality and insanity defense perceptions.

 

 

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