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Criminal appearance in eyewitness identification

Presentations:

Herrera, V., MacLin, M.K. & Malpass, R.S. (2002, March). The Criminal Schema: Content and Origins. Poster presented at the meetings of the American Psychology – Law Society, Austin, TX.

MacLin, M.K., Malpass, R.S., Herrera, V. & Juntunen, B. (2002, March). Criminality Schemas: Implications for Eyewitness Identification. Poster presented at the meetings of the American Psychology – Law Society, Austin, TX.

MacLin, M. K., Malpass, R. S., & Herrera, V. (June, 2001). The effect of criminality on mock witness identification. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Kroeger, B., MacLin, O. H., & Malpass, R. S. (June, 2001). Criminality analog to the cross-race effect. In C. Meissner (Chair), Basic and applied aspects of the own-race bias in memory for faces. Symposium presented at the fourth biennial meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Herrera, V., MacLin, M. K., & Malpass, R. S. (April, 2001). Sequential versus simultaneous presentation and its influence on the "criminality effect." Poster presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association Convention, Reno, NV.

Kroeger, B. J., MacLin, O. H., & Malpass, R. S. (April, 2001). Criminality effect and the other-race face effect. Paper presented at the 2001 Convention of the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. Reno, NV.

-note: Authors name in Italics indicates that the author was a student at the time of publication / presentation.

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