Jennifer Schroeder

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In response to the September 11 terrorist attacks, major government efforts to modernize federal law enforcement authorities' intelligence collection and processing capabilities have been initiated. At the state and local levels, crime and police report data is rapidly migrating from paper records to automated records management systems in recent years,(More)
In this paper, we report on two user-centric evaluation studies of COPLINK, a suite of criminal data mining and knowledge management applications developed at the University of Arizona. Our evaluations concentrate on system usability and user acceptance in the law enforcement setting. Findings from our studies provide insights to digital government systems(More)
We have applied various visualization techniques to assist crime analysis. These techniques include a hierarchical list, a hyperbolic tree, a time line tool, a periodic pattern tool, a GIS tool and a self-organizing map. We have integrated some of these techniques into a single tool in order to display different and synchronized views of the same data. This(More)
Link (association) analysis has been used in the criminal justice domain to search large datasets for associations between crime entities in order to facilitate crime investigations. However, link analysis still faces many challenging problems, such as information overload, high search complexity, and heavy reliance on domain knowledge. To address these(More)
This study purports to develop and empirically examine a model for explaining technology acceptance decisions by individual law enforcement officers. Specifically, we describe the research model and hypotheses, detail our study design, and highlight important results from a pretest study that included 42 detectives and police officers from the Tucson Police(More)
UNLABELLED Previous studies have identified altered molecular profiles in blood samples from individuals with schizophrenia and with bipolar disorder using multianalyte immunoassay platforms but there has been little comparison of the two groups in the same investigation. A total of 337 participants including 146 with schizophrenia, 79 with bipolar(More)
BACKGROUND Cognitive deficits are a central feature of schizophrenia but it is not certain how cognitive functioning changes over time. The purpose of this prospective longitudinal study was to determine the temporal change of cognitive functioning and the predictors of cognitive performance from among demographic, clinical, and biological variables. (More)
Opioid-exposed infants display a wide and variable range of dysregulated neurobehavioral functioning, but the regulatory difficulties experienced by these infants outside the defined clusters of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) have not been well described and may have implications for the infant's developmental course. This study describes the(More)