Coral Coast Group offers behavioral research services to individuals and private, government, and not-for-profit organizations. No project is too small! Our team of highly experienced, customer-focused behavioral scientists has experience with a wide range of behavioral research methodology and offers everything from research-related advice to research project management.
Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Design
Presentations and Reports
Writing and Editing for Publication
Thesis and Dissertation Support
The team at Coral Coast Group has experience with research in social, personality and cognitive psychology, health and medicine, and law. The team has conducted research in academic settings and for research centers, government agencies, law firms, and pharmaceutical companies.
Sample Research Projects
Experiments on Human Memory and Social Influence
Development and Administration of Questionnaires for Peer-Reviewed Research
Development and Administration of Surveys of Professional Groups and the General Public
Development of Quality-of-Life Instruments for Medical Research
Development of Judicial Performance Instruments and Survey Procedures for Administering the Instrument
Research to Support Expert Psychological Testimony
Development of Questionnaires for Jury Selection
Analyzing Jury Service Questionnaires
Developing and Administering Pre-Trial Publicity Surveys to Support Change-of-Venue Applications
Confusion Studies for Copyright Infringement
Organizational Evaluations for Workplace Wellness and Bullying
MEet Our research Team
Dr. Brian Cutler, President, has conducted psychological research for more than 30 years. He is an experienced research and teacher. Dr. Cutler has held tenure at two universities in the U.S. and one in Canada, where he continues his work as a Professor. Dr. Cutler has published his research in peer-reviewed psychology, law, and medical journals, consulted on numerous projects, and testified as an expert witness frequently.
Jeff Kaplan holds a MSC in forensic psychology from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and a B.A. (Hons) in psychology and criminal justice from the University of Winnipeg. His areas of expertise is the evaluation of police interrogations and false confessions. He is also an experienced data analyst, having been involved in evaluations conducted on behalf of a number of private and public sector organizations. The services he offers entail literature reviews, survey design and implementation, and statistical analyses. His past projects have included those for Health Canada, the Manitoba Provincial Government (Civil Service Commission), and AAA/CAA, among others. He is currently based in the Greater Toronto Area.
Annmarie Khairalla holds a B.A. in psychology from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She is currently a Ph.D student at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Her research interests are plea decision-making, eyewitness memory and body worn cameras.
Danielle Rumschik received a MA in forensic psychology from Roger Williams University, and a B.A. in psychology and criminal justice from Anderson University. She is currently a PhD student at the University of Ontario, Institute of Technology. Her research focuses on eyewitness memory, facial identification, and face matching. She has extensive data analysis experience, including projects with Roger Williams University and The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Dr. Jeffrey Neuschatz is a Professor at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He has conducted research on Psychology and Law for over 20 years. He has published his research in peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes. He has also presented his work at international and national conferences. He has consulted on numerous topics including eyewitness memory, jailhouse informant testimony, false memories, and copyright infringement cases.