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Lay Knowledge of Important Factors in Eyewitness Identification

Bell, B. E. & Loftus, E. F. (1989). Trivial persuasion in the courtroom: The power of (a few) minor details. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 56, 669—679.

Berman, G. L.; Cutler, B. L. (1996). Effects of inconsistencies in eyewitness testimony on mock-juror decision making. Journal of Applied Psychology. Vol 81(2), Apr 1996, 170-177.

Brigham, J.C. (1981). The accuracy of eyewitness evidence: How do attorneys see it? The Florida Bar Journal, 55, 714-721.

Brigham, J. C. & Bothwell, R. K. (1983). The ability of prospective jurors to estimate the accuracy of eyewitness identifications. Law and Human Behavior, 7, 19—30.

Brigham, J. C. & Wolfskiel, M. P. (1983). Opinions of attorneys and law enforcement personnel on the accuracy of eyewitness identifications. Law and Human Behavior, 7, 337—349.)

Cutler, B. L; Dexter, H. R; Penrod, S. D. (1989)Expert testimony and jury decision making: An empirical analysis. Behavioral Sciences & the Law. Vol 7(2), Spr 1989, 215-225.

Cutler, B. L. & Penrod, S. D. (1995). Mistaken identifications: The eyewitness, psychology, and the law. New York: Cambridge University Press

Cutler, B. L., Penrod, S. D. & Dexter, H. R. (1990). Juror sensitivity to eyewitness identification evidence. Law and Human Behavior, 14, 185—191.

Cutler, B. L., Penrod, S. D. & Stuve, T. E. (1988). Jury decision making in eyewitness identification cases. Law and Human Behavior, 12, 41—56.

Deffenbacher, K. A. & Loftus, E. F. (1982). Do jurors share a common understanding concerning eyewitness behavior? Law and Human Behavior, 6, 15-30.

Devenport, J.L., Penrod, S.D., & Cutler, B.L. (1997). Eyewitness identification evidence: evaluating commonsense evaluations. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 3(2/3) 338-361

Devenport, J. L; Studebaker, C. A; Penrod, S. D. (1999). Perspectives on jury decision-making: Cases with pretrial publicity and cases based on eyewitness identifications. Durso, Francis T. (Ed), et al. (1999). Handbook of applied cognition. (pp. 819-845). Chichester, England: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. xxii, 881 pp.

Durham, M. D. & Dane, F. C. (1999). Juror knowledge of eyewitness behavior: Evidence for the necessity of expert testimony. Journal of Social Behavior & Personality. Vol 14(2), Jun 1999, 299-308

Houston, J. P.(1985). Untutored lay knowledge of the principles of psychology: Do we know anything they don't? Psychological Reports. Vol 57(2), Oct 1985, 567-570.

Hurwitz, S. D. (1994). Improving juror utilization of eyewitness identification knowledge: A strategic approach to expert testimony. Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: the Sciences & Engineering. Vol 54(8-B), 1994, 4444. In G.L. Wells & E.F. Loftus (Eds). Eyewitness Testimony: Psychological Perspective (pp.256-272) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Leippe, M. R. (1985). The influence of eyewitness nonidentifications on mock-jurors' judgments of a court case. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. Vol 15(7), 656-672.

Lindsay, R. C. L. (1994). Expectations of eyewitness performance: Jurors' verdicts do not follow from their beliefs. In D. F. Ross, J. D. Read, & M. P. Toglia (Eds), Adult eyewitness testimony. Cambridge University Press: New York.

Lindsay, R. C. L., Lim, R., Marando, L. & Cully, D. (1986). Mock-juror evaluations of eyewitness testimony: A test of metamemory hypotheses. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 16, 447—459.

Lindsay, R. C.L. Wells, G. L. & O'Connor, F. J.(1989). Mock-juror belief of accurate and inaccurate eyewitnesses: A replication and extension. Law & Human Behavior. Vol 13(3), Sep 1989, 333-339.

McAllister, H.A. (1990). Effects of eyewitness evidence on plea-bargain decisions by prosecutors and defense attorneys. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 20(18), 1461-1473.

McAllister, H.A. & Bregman, N.J. (1986). Juror underutilization of eyewitness nonidentifications: Theoretical and practical implications. Journal of Applied Psychology, 71(1), 186-170.

McAllister, H.A. & Bregman N.J. (1989). Juror underutilization of eyewitness non-identifications: A test of the disconfirmed expectancy explanation. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 19(1), 20-19.

McConkey, K. M. & Roche, S. M. (1989). Knowledge of eyewitness memory. Australian Psychologist, 24, 377—384.

Noon, E. & Hollin, C. R. (1987). Lay knowledge of eyewitness behaviour: A British survey. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 1, 143—153.)

Noon, Elizabeth; Hollin, Clive R. Lay knowledge of eyewitness behaviour: A British survey. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Vol 1(2), Apr-Jun 1987, 143-153.

Nunez, N., McCoy, M. L, Clark, H. L., & Shaw, L. A. (1999). The testimony of elderly victim/witnesses and their impact on juror decisions: The importance of examining multiple stereotypes. Law & Human Behavior. Vol 23(4), Aug 1999, 413-423.

Penrod, S. & Cutler, B. (1995). Witness confidence and witness accuracy: Assessing their forensic relation. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 1, 817—845.

Rahaim, G. L. & Brodsky, S. L. (1982). Empirical evidence versus common sense: Juror and lawyer knowledge of eyewitness accuracy. Law and Psychology Review, 7, 1—15.

Seltzer, R., Lopes, G. M. & Venuti, M. (1990). Juror ability to recognize the limitations of eyewitness identifications. Forensic Reports. Vol 3(2), Apr-Jun 1990, 121-137.

Stinson, V., Devenport, J. L., Cutler, B. L. & Kravitz, D. A. (1996). How effective is the presence-of-counsel safeguard? Attorney perceptions of suggestiveness, fairness, and correctability of biased lineup procedures. Journal of Applied Psychology, 81, 64—75.

Stinson, V., Devenport, J. L., Cutler, B. L. & Kravitz, D. A. (1997). How effective is the motion-to-suppress-safeguard? Judges' perceptions of the suggestiveness and fairness of biased lineup procedures. Journal of Applied Psychology, 82, 211—220.

Turtle, J. W. (1989). Eyewitness lineup behavior and identification-accuracy assessment: Can eyewitness confidence calibration and jurors' accuracy assessment be improved by exposure to the identification task? Dissertation Abstracts International. Vol 49(10-B), Apr 1989, 4608-4609.

Van Wallendael, L. R, Surace, A., Hall P.D. & Brown, M. (1994). "Earwitness" voice recognition: Factors affecting accuracy and impact on jurors. Applied Cognitive Psychology. Vol 8(7), Dec 1994, 661-677.

Wells, G. L. (1984). How adequate is human intuition for judging eyewitness testimony.In G. L. Wells & E. F. Loftus (Eds.), Eyewitness testimony: Psychological perspectives (pp. 256—272). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Wells, G.L. & Lindsay, R.C.L. (1980). On estimating the diagnosticity of eyewitness nonidentifications. Psychological Bulletin, 88(3), 776-784.

Whitley, B. E. & Greenberg, M.S. (1986). The role of eyewitness confidence in juror perceptions of credibility. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. Vol 16(5), 1986, 387-409.

Yarmey, A. D. & Jones, H. P. T. (1983). Is the psychology of eyewitness identification a matter of common sense? In S. Lloyd-Bostock & B. R. Clifford (Eds), Evaluating witness evidence. Chichester, England: John Wiley and Sons.

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