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Eyewitness Identification: Psychological Aspects - Bibliography

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BOTHWELL, ROBERT K.; BRIGHAM, JOHN C.; and MALPASS, ROY S. "Cross Racial Identification." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 15 (1989): 19–25.

CUTLER, BRIAN L., and PENROD, STEVEN D. Mistaken Identification: The Eyewitness, Psychology, and the Law. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

GOLDSTEIN, ALVIN G.; CHANCE, JANE E.; and SCHNELLER, GREGORY R. "Frequency of Eyewitness Identification in Criminal Cases: A Survey of Prosecutors." Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 27, no. 1 (1989): 71–74.

HUFF, RONALD; RATTNER, ARYE; and SAGARIN, EDWARD. "Guilty until Proven Innocent." Crime and Delinquency 32 (1986): 518–544.

LINDSAY, ROD C. L., and WELLS, GARY L. "Improving Eyewitness Identification from Lineups: Simultaneous Versus Sequential Lineup Presentations." Journal of Applied Psychology 70 (1985): 556–564.

LINDSAY, ROD C. L.; WELLS, GARY L.; and RUMPEL, CAROLYN. "Can People Detect Eyewitness Identification Accuracy within and between Situations?" Journal of Applied Psychology 66 (1981): 79–89.

LOFTUS, ELIZABETH F., Eyewitness Testimony. Rev. ed. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1996.

LOFTUS, E. F., and KETCHAM, K. Witness for the Defense: The Accused, the Eyewitness, and the Expert Who Puts Memory on Trial. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991.

LOFTUS, E. F., and DOYLE, J. M. Eyewitness Testimony: Civil and Criminal, 3d ed. Charlottesville, Va.: Lexis Law, 1997.

MALPASS, ROY S., and DEVINE, PATRICIA G. "Eyewitness Identification: Lineup Instructions and the Absence of the Offender." Journal of Applied Psychology 66 (1981): 482–489.

MEISSNER, CHRISTIAN A., and BRIGHAM, JOHN C. "Thirty Years of Investigating the Own-Race Bias in Memory and Faces: A Meta-Analytic Review." Psychology, Public Policy, & Law. Forthcoming.

PHILLIPS, MARK R.; MCAULIFF, BRADLEY D.; KOVERA, MARGARET B.; and CUTLER, BRIAN L. "Double-blind Photoarray Administration as a Safeguard against Investigator Bias." Journal of Applied Psychology 84 (1999): 940–951.

SCHECK, BARRY; NEUFELD, PETER; and DWYER, JIM. Actual Innocence. New York: Random House, 2000.

SHAW, JOHN S., III, and MCCLURE, KIMBERLY A. "Repeated Postevent Questioning Can Lead to Elevated Levels of Eyewitness Confidence." Law and Human Behavior 20 (1996): 629–654.

SPORER, SIEGFRIED; PENROD, STEVEN; READ, DON; and CUTLER, BRIAN L. "Choosing, Confidence, and Accuracy: A Meta-Analysis of the Confidence-Accuracy Relation to Eyewitness Identification Studies." Psychological Bulletin 118 (1995): 315–327.

STEBLAY, NANCY M. "A Meta-Analytic Review of the Weapon Focus Effect." Law and Human Behavior 16 (1992): 413–424.

——. "Social Influence in Eyewitness Recall: A Meta-Analytic Review of Lineup Instruction Effects." Law and Human Behavior 21 (1997): 283–298.

Technical Working Group for Eyewitness Evidence. Eyewitness Evidence: A Guide for Law Enforcement. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, 1999.

WELLS, GARY L. "Applied Eyewitness Testimony Research: System Variables and Estimator Variables." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 36 (1978): 1546–1557.

WELLS, GARY L., and BRADFIELD, AMY L. "Good, You Identified the Suspect:" Feedback to Eyewitnesses Distorts their Reports of the Witnessing Experience. Journal of Applied Psychology 83 (1998): 360–376.

WELLS, GARY L.; MALPASS, ROY S.; LINDSAY, ROD C. L.; FISHER, RONALD P.; TURTLE, J. W.; and FULERO, SOLOMON. "From the Lab to the Police Station: A Successful Application of Eyewitness Research." American Psychologist 55 (2000): 581–598.

WELLS, GARY L.; RYDELL, SHEILA M.; and SEELAU, ERIC P. "On the Selection of Distractors for Eyewitness Lineups." Journal of Applied Psychology 78 (1993): 835–844.

WELLS, GARY L.; SMALL, MARK; PENROD, STEVEN; MALPASS, ROY S.; FULERO, SOLOMON M.; and BRIMACOMBE, C. A. ELIZABETH. "Eyewitness Identification Procedures: Recommendations from Lineups and Photospreads." Law and Human Behavior 22 (1998): 603–647.

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