Steven Clark, Ph.D.
Professor of Psychology, University of California, Riverside
B.A. in Psychology, Illinois State University
Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology, Indiana University
Dr Steven Clark is a professor of psychology in the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Riverside. His research is directed at questions about human memory and seeks to understand the complications of eyewitness memory. Dr Clark’s current research focus is to understand how people who have witnessed a crime later make identification decisions. He has authored numerous scientific papers and special publications and has written several reports and declarations for post-conviction appeals.
Dr Clark has testified as an eyewitness memory and identification expert approximately 80 times in both civil and criminal cases in state and federal courts. His work also includes serving as a reviewer and consulting editor for several scientific journals. Due to his experience in the field, Dr Clark has received numerous National Science Foundation grants to investigate memory and eyewitness identification.