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    1. Krauss, DA; Sales, BD
      The effects of clinical and scientific expert testimony on juror decision making in capital sentencing

      PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC POLICY AND LAW
    2. Sporer, SL
      The cross-race effect - Beyond recognition of faces in the laboratory

      PSYCHOLOGY PUBLIC POLICY AND LAW
    3. Smith, SM; Vela, E
      Environmental context-dependent memory: A review and meta-analysis

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    4. Hershkowitz, I; Orbach, Y; Lamb, ME; Sternberg, KJ; Horowitz, D
      The effects of mental context reinstatement on children's accounts of sexual abuse

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    5. Roebers, CM; Schneider, W
      Memory for an observed event in the presence of prior misinformation: Developmental patterns of free recall and identification accuracy

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Klein, SR
      Identifying and (re)formulating prophylactic rules, safe harbors, and incidental rights in constitutional criminal procedure

      MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW
    7. Parker, JF; Myers, A
      Attempts to improve children's identifications from sequential-presentation lineups

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
    8. Dysart, JE; Lindsay, RCL; Hammond, R; Dupuis, P
      Mug shot exposure prior to lineup identification: Interference, transference, and commitment effects

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    9. Searcy, JH; Bartlett, JC; Memon, A; Swanson, K
      Aging and lineup performance at long retention intervals: Effects of metamemory and context reinstatement

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    10. Ormerod, D
      Sounds familiar? - Voice identification evidence

      CRIMINAL LAW REVIEW
    11. Busey, TA; Tunnicliff, J; Loftus, GR; Loftus, EF
      Accounts of the confidence-accuracy relation in recognition memory

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    12. Brewer, N; Gordon, M; Bond, N
      Effect of photoarray exposure duration on eyewitness identification accuracy and processing strategy

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    13. McAllister, HA; Blair, MJ; Cerone, LG; Laurent, MJ
      Multimedia mug books: How multi should the media be?

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    14. Pryke, S; Lindsay, RCL; Pozzulo, JD
      Sorting mug shots: Methodological issues

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    15. Clark, SE; Hori, A; Putnam, A; Martin, TP
      Group collaboration in recognition memory

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-LEARNING MEMORY AND COGNITION
    16. Lindsay, DS; Nilsen, E; Read, JD
      Witnessing-condition heterogeneity and witnesses' versus investigators' confidence in the accuracy of witnesses' identification decisions

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    17. Tunnicliff, JL; Clark, SE
      Selecting foils for identification lineups: Matching suspects or descriptions?

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    18. Alba, JW; Hutchinson, JW
      Knowledge calibration: What consumers know and what they think they know

      JOURNAL OF CONSUMER RESEARCH
    19. Conley, JM; Turnier, WJ; Rose, MR
      The racial ecology of the courtroom: An experimental study of juror response to the race of criminal defendants

      WISCONSIN LAW REVIEW
    20. Olsson, N
      A comparison of correlation, calibration, and diagnosticity as measures ofthe confidence-accuracy relationship in witness identification

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    21. Wright, DB; Self, G; Justice, C
      Memory conformity: Exploring misinformation effects when presented by another person

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY
    22. Bruce, V; Henderson, Z; Greenwood, K; Hancock, PJB; Burton, AM; Miller, P
      Verification of face identities from images captured on video

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    23. Pritchard, ME; Keenan, JM
      Memory monitoring in mock jurors

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-APPLIED
    24. Clifford, BR; Gwyer, P
      The effects of the cognitive interview and other methods of context reinstatement on identification

      PSYCHOLOGY CRIME & LAW
    25. Klein, SR
      Enduring principles and current crises in constitutional criminal procedure

      LAW AND SOCIAL INQUIRY-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN BAR FOUNDATION
    26. Wells, GL; Bradfield, AL
      Measuring the goodness of lineups: Parameter estimation, question effects,and limits to the mock witness paradigm

      APPLIED COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    27. Pickel, KL
      The influence of context on the "weapon focus" effect

      LAW AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR
    28. Libkuman, TM; Nichols-Whitehead, P; Griffith, J; Thomas, R
      Source of arousal and memory for detail

      MEMORY & COGNITION
    29. Phillips, MR; McAuliff, BD; Kovera, MB; Cutler, BL
      Double-blind photoarray administration as a safeguard against investigatorbias

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    30. Finger, K; Pezdek, K
      The effect of the cognitive interview on face identification accuracy: Release from verbal overshadowing

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY
    31. BERMAN GL; CUTLER BL
      THE INFLUENCE OF PROCESSING INSTRUCTIONS AT ENCODING AND RETRIEVAL ONFACE RECOGNITION ACCURACY

      Psychology, crime & law
    32. ZEEDYK MS; RAITT FE
      PSYCHOLOGICAL EVIDENCE IN THE COURTROOM - CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON THEGENERAL ACCEPTANCE STANDARD

      Journal of community & applied social psychology
    33. LAMPINEN JM; NEUSCHATZ JS; PAYNE DG
      MEMORY ILLUSIONS AND CONSCIOUSNESS - EXAMINING THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF TRUE AND FALSE MEMORIES

      Current psychology
    34. PICKEL KL
      UNUSUALNESS AND THREAT AS POSSIBLE CAUSES OF WEAPON FOCUS

      Memory
    35. Lindsay, DS; Read, JD; Sharma, K
      Accuracy and confidence in person identification: The relationship is strong when witnessing conditions vary widely

      PSYCHOLOGICAL SCIENCE
    36. JOHNSON MK; BUSH JC; MITCHELL KJ
      INTERPERSONAL REALITY MONITORING - JUDGING THE SOURCES OF OTHER PEOPLES MEMORIES

      Social cognition
    37. LEVI AM
      ARE DEFENDANTS GUILTY IF THEY WERE CHOSEN IN A LINEUP

      Law and human behavior
    38. ROBINSON MD; JOHNSON JT
      HOW NOT TO ENHANCE THE CONFIDENCE-ACCURACY RELATION - THE DETRIMENTALEFFECTS OF ATTENTION TO THE IDENTIFICATION PROCESS

      Law and human behavior
    39. TREDOUX CG
      STATISTICAL-INFERENCE ON MEASURES OF LINEUP FAIRNESS

      Law and human behavior
    40. CHANDLER CC; GARGANO GJ
      RETRIEVAL-PROCESSES THAT PRODUCE INTERFERENCE IN MODIFIED FORCED-CHOICE RECOGNITION TESTS

      Memory & cognition
    41. KASSIN SM
      WHORES OF THE COURT - THE FRAUD OF PSYCHIATRIC TESTIMONY AND THE RAPEOF AMERICAN JUSTICE - HAGEN,MA

      Contemporary psychology
    42. GWYER P; CLIFFORD BR
      THE EFFECTS OF THE COGNITIVE INTERVIEW ON RECALL, IDENTIFICATION, CONFIDENCE AND THE CONFIDENCE ACCURACY RELATIONSHIP/

      Applied cognitive psychology
    43. VANKOPPEN PJ; LOCHUN SK
      PORTRAYING PERPETRATORS - THE VALIDITY OF OFFENDER DESCRIPTIONS BY WITNESSES

      Law and human behavior
    44. JONES M
      PREVENTING THE APPLICATION OF STEREOTYPIC BIASES IN THE COURTROOM - THE ROLE OF DETAILED TESTIMONY

      Journal of applied social psychology
    45. MCALLISTER HA; BEARDEN JN; KOHLMAIER JR; WARNER MD
      COMPUTERIZED MUG BOOKS - DOES ADDING MULTIMEDIA HELP

      Journal of applied psychology
    46. STINSON V; DEVENPORT JL; CUTLER BL; KRAVITZ DA
      HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE MOTION-TO-SUPPRESS SAFEGUARD - JUDGES PERCEPTIONS OF THE SUGGESTIVENESS AND FAIRNESS OF BIASED LINEUP PROCEDURES

      Journal of applied psychology
    47. KOVERA MB; PENROD SD; PAPPAS C; THILL DL
      IDENTIFICATION OF COMPUTER-GENERATED FACIAL COMPOSITES

      Journal of applied psychology
    48. KOVERA MB; BORGIDA E; GRESHAM AW; GRAY E; REGAN PC
      DOES EXPERT PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTIMONY INFORM OR INFLUENCE JUROR DECISION-MAKING - A SOCIAL COGNITIVE ANALYSIS

      Journal of applied psychology
    49. KARLIN RA
      ILLUSORY SAFEGUARDS - LEGITIMIZING DISTORTION IN RECALL WITH GUIDELINES FOR FORENSIC HYPNOSIS - 2 CASE-REPORTS

      International journal of clinical and experimental hypnosis
    50. WRIGHT DB; MCDAID AT
      COMPARING SYSTEM AND ESTIMATOR VARIABLES USING DATA FROM REAL LINE-UPS

      Applied cognitive psychology
    51. WINDSCHITL PD
      MEMORY FOR FACES - EVIDENCE OF RETRIEVAL-BASED IMPAIRMENT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    52. STINSON V; DEVENPORT JI; CUTLER BL; KRAVITZ DA
      HOW EFFECTIVE IS THE PRESENCE-OF-COUNSEL SAFEGUARD - ATTORNEY PERCEPTIONS OF SUGGESTIVENESS, FAIRNESS, AND CORRECTABILITY OF BIASED LINEUP PROCEDURES

      Journal of applied psychology
    53. KUROSAWA K
      SYSTEM VARIABLES IN EYEWITNESS IDENTIFICATION - CONTROL EXPERIMENTS AND PHOTOSPREAD EVALUATION

      Japanese psychological research
    54. PENROD S; CUTLER B
      WITNESS CONFIDENCE AND WITNESS ACCURACY - ASSESSING THEIR FORENSIC RELATION

      Psychology, public policy, and law
    55. READ JD
      THE AVAILABILITY HEURISTIC IN PERSON IDENTIFICATION - THE SOMETIMES MISLEADING CONSEQUENCES OF ENHANCED CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

      Applied cognitive psychology
    56. LEVI AM; JUNGMAN N
      THE POLICE LINEUP - BASIC WEAKNESSES, RADICAL SOLUTIONS

      Criminal justice and behavior
    57. GONZALEZ R; DAVIS J; ELLSWORTH PC
      WHO SHOULD STAND NEXT TO THE SUSPECT - PROBLEMS IN THE ASSESSMENT OF LINEUP FAIRNESS

      Journal of applied psychology
    58. YARMEY AD; YARMEY AL; YARMEY MJ
      FACE AND VOICE IDENTIFICATIONS IN SHOWUPS AND LINEUPS

      Applied cognitive psychology
    59. KOVERA MB; LEVY RJ; BORGIDA E; PENROD SD
      EXPERT TESTIMONY IN CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE CASES - EFFECTS OF EXPERT EVIDENCE TYPE AND CROSS-EXAMINATION

      Law and human behavior
    60. BEHRMAN BW; VAYDER LT
      THE BIASING INFLUENCE OF A POLICE SHOWUP - DOES THE OBSERVATION OF A SINGLE SUSPECT TAINT LATER IDENTIFICATION

      Perceptual and motor skills
    61. LINDSAY RCL; NOSWORTHY GJ; MARTIN R; MARTYNUCK C
      USING MUG SHOTS TO FIND SUSPECTS

      Journal of applied psychology
    62. KOVERA MB; BORGIDA E; GRESHAM AW; SWIM J; GRAY E
      DO CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE EXPERTS HOLD PRO-CHILD BELIEFS - A SURVEY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR TRAUMATIC STRESS STUDIES

      Journal of traumatic stress


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