Eyewitness accuracy rates in sequential and simultaneous lineup presentations: A meta-analytic comparison (2001)


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by Nancy Steblay , Jennifer Dysart , Solomon Fulero , R. C. L. Lindsay
Venue:Law and Human Behavior
Citations:28 - 2 self

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6 SEQUENTIAL VS. SIMULTANEOUS LINEUPS A Review of Methods, Data, and Theory – Dawn Mcquiston-surrett, Roy S. Malpass, Colin G. Tredoux
Ryerson Polytechnic University – Gary L. Wells, Roy S. Malpass, R. C. L. Lindsay, Ronald P. Fisher, John W. Turtle, Solomon M. Fulero
22 Eyewitness Evidence Improving Its Probative Value – Gary L. Wells, Amina Memon, Steven D. Penrod
4 Validity of the mockwitness paradigm: Testing the assumptions – Dawn E. Mcquiston, Roy S. Malpass - 2002
A National Survey of Eyewitness Identification Procedures in Law Enforcement Agencies* – unknown authors - 2013
Academic Press is an imprint of Elsevier CHAPTER ONE Conducting an Eyewitness Lineup: How the Research Got It Wrong – Brian H. Ross, Scott D. Gronlund, Laura Mickesx, John T. Wixted, Steven E. Clarkjj
2. Eyewitness Reforms 2.1 Proper Choice of Lineup Fillers 2.2 Unbiased Instructions 2.3 Sequential Presentation – Scott D. Gronlund, Laura Mickes, John T. Wixted, Steven E. Clark
ORIGINAL ARTICLE Suggestive Eyewitness Identification Procedures and the Supreme Court’s Reliability Test in Light of Eyewitness Science: 30 Years Later – Gary L. Wells, Æ Deah, S. Quinlivan
American Psychology-Law Society/Division 41 of the American Psychological Association 2008 Abstract The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling concerning – Gary L. Wells, Æ Deah, S. Quinlivan - 2008