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Dr. Jordan Richard Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Concordia University

Assistant Professor, Psychology

Dr. Jordan Richard Schoenherr, Department of Psychology, Concordia University
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 5209
ORCID: 000-0001-9636-3874


Dr. Jordan Richard Schoenherr is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology (Concordia University), an Adjunct Research Professor in the Department of Psychology and a member of the Institute for Data Science (Carleton University). He has over 10 years of experiencing conducting and teaching in higher education. His primary areas of interest are learning and decision-making and metacognition with application in medical education, organizational behaviour (incivility, insider threat, and knowledge management), and cyberpsychology (cybersecurity, disinformation, ethical AI, and XAI).

A former postdoctoral fellow at the University of Ottawa's Skills and Simulation Centre (uOSSC) and a visiting scholar at the US Military Academy's (West Point) Army Cyber Institute. He has acted as an ethics consultant for the Ombudsman, Integrity, and Resolution Office (Health Canada / PHAC), the Office of the Chief Scientist (Health Canada), the Canadian Border Services Agency, and the Department of National Defence.


Psychology and Competency Assessment

Schoenherr, J. R. & Thomson(2021a). Persuasivenessfeatures of scientific explanations: explanatory schemata of physical and psychosocialphenomena. Frontiers in Psychology. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.644809

Schoenherr, J. R. & Burleigh,T. J. (2020). Dissociatingaffective and cognitive dimensions of uncanny stimuli by altering regulatoryfocus. Acta Psychologica, 205.

Schoenherr, J. R. & Lacroix, G. L. (2020). Performancemonitoring during categorization with and without prior knowledge:  a comparison of confidence calibrationindices with the certainty criterion. Canadian Journal ofExperimental Psychology.

Schoenherr, J. R., Waechter, J., & Millington, S. J.(2018). Subjective awareness of ultrasound expertise development: Individualexperience as a determinant of overconfidence. Advances in Health Science Education. 23, 749-765.

Millington, S. ... & Schoenherr,J. R. (2018). Expert agreement in the interpretation of lungultrasound studies performed on mechanically ventilated patients. Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine, 37,2659-65.

Millington, S. ... & Schoenherr,J. R. (2017b). The Assessment of Competency in ThoracicSonography (ACTS) Scale: Validation of a tool for point-of-care ultrasound. Critical Ultrasound Journal. 9, doi: 10.1186/s13089-017-0081-0

Millington, S. ... & Schoenherr,J. R. (2017a). Outcomesfrom extensive training in critical care echocardiography: Identifying theoptimal number of practice studies required to achieve competency. Journal of Critical Care. doi: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2017.03.020

Millington, S. ... and Schoenherr,J. R. (2016). The Rapid Assessment ofCompetency in Echocardiography (RACE) Scale: Validation of a tool forpoint-of-care ultrasound. Journal ofUltrasound Medicine. doi:10.7863/ultra.15.07083

Schoenherr, J. R. (2015a). Social-cognitivebarriers to ethical authorship. Frontiersin Psychology. 6, 877. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00877

Burleigh, T. J.,& Schoenherr, J. R. (2014). A reappraisal of the uncanny valley:Categorical perception or frequency-based sensitization? Frontiers inPsychology, 5, 1488.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01488

Schoenherr, J. R. & Burleigh, T. J. (2014).The uncanny valley and social categories. Frontiersin Psychology, 5, 1456. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01456

Burleigh,T. J., Schoenherr, J. R., &Lacroix, G. L. (2013). Does the uncanny valley exist? An empirical test of therelationship between eeriness and the human likeness of digitally createdfaces, Computers in HumanBehavior, 29, 759-771.

Schoenherr, J. R., Leth-Steensen, C. & Petrusic,W. M. (2010). Selective attention and subjective confidence calibration. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics,72, 353-368.

Science Studies and Medical Education

Ferretti, E., Schoenherr, J. R., Mattiola, A., & Daboval, T., (2022). Vulnerabilities in clinician–parent exchanges and the cascade of communication traps: a review. Archives of Disease in Childhood. 

Schoenherr, J. R. (revisions). Insider threats and individual differences: Intention and unintentional motivations. IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society.

Schoenherr, J. R. (2022a). Whose privacy, what surveillance? Dimensions of the mental models for privacy and security. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 41, 54-65.

Schoenherr, J. R. (2022b). The currency of the attentional economy: The uses and abuses of attention in our world. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, 41, 11-14.

Schoenherr, J. R. (2021a). The adoption of surveillance technologies: data openness, privacy, and cultural tightness. IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society. doi: 10.1109/TTS.2021.3076136

Schoenherr, J. R. (2019). Moral economies and codes of conduct: the social organization of Canadian experimental psychology. Scientia Canadensis, 41, 1, 31-54.

Daboval, T. … & Schoenherr, J. R. (2019). Testing a communication assessment tool for ethically sensitive scenarios: Protocol of a validation study. Journal of Medical Internet Research: Research Protocols, 8. e12039.

Schoenherr, J. R. & Dopko, R. (2019). Heterarchical social organizations and relational models: Understanding gender biases in psychological science. Theory and Psychology, 29, 258-281.

Schoenherr, J. R. & Hamstra, S. J. (2017). Beyond fidelity: Deconstructing the seductive simplicity of fidelity in simulator-based education in the health care professions. Simulation in Healthcare, 12, 117-123.

Schoenherr, J. R. (2016). Prestige technology in the evolution and social organization of early psychological science. Theory and Psychology. 1-28. doi: 10.1177/0959354316677076

Schoenherr, J. R. & Williams-Jones, B. (2016). Early contributions to the evolution of the Canadian scientific integrity system: Institutional and governmental interaction. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 46, 57-75.

Schoenherr, J. R. (2015b). Scientific integrity in research methods. Frontiers in Psychology. 6, 1562. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.01562

Schoenherr, J. R. & Hamstra, S. J. (2016). Psychometrics and its discontents: An historical perspective on the discourse of the measurement tradition. Advances in Health Care Education, 21, 719-729.

Hamstra, S. J., Schoenherr, J. R., & Falconer, M. A. (2014). Emerging themes in medical education. Clinical Medical Education, 1, 6-11.

Schoenherr, J. R. & Williams-Jones, B. (2011). Research integrity/misconduct policies of Canadian universities. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 41, 1-17.

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