Leonard Ngaosuvan

Associate Professor


My research concern human thinking, and the development of family court and child protective cases strategies. I am very interested in cognition, motivation, and investigation methodology in social service. Furthermore, I am curious about conceptual development and people's thoughts about rights, laws, principles, as well as how social service employees think about risk and risk assessment.

Other research interests involve psychological aspects of depression, suicide motives, experiences of stories about intimate partner violence, cognitive biases, motivational psychology, and memory.


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