Amanda L. Scott, Ph.D., Partner and VP, Litigation Research

Her Background in Academic Research: Amanda L. Scott earned a B.A. in psychology from Ohio Wesleyan University and an M.A. and Ph.D. in social psychology from The Ohio State University. Social psychology uses the scientific method to better understand how individuals think, feel, and act in social situations. Her academic training led to specializations in the areas of group processes, stereotyping, legal decision making, the construction and application of research designs, and quantitative data analysis. She was a National Science Foundation Fellow for three years at OSU.

Her Background in Applied Research: While completing her graduate studies, Amanda honed her applied research skills under the careful eye of one of the nation’s leading survey methodologists. She led an enormous intercept research project at Port Columbus International Airport, supervising a large team using state-of-the-art (circa 2001) PDAs programmed with the survey. She now has over 10 years of applied experience, leading successful project after successful project for a wide range of clients.

Organizational Role: Dr. Scott is primarily responsible for leading the organization’s litigation research support projects and shares responsibility for leading the organization’s public opinion consultation projects.

You can download Amanda Scott’s resume here.