|Eyewitness Identification Research Laboratory
At the University of Texas at El Paso
Procedural fairness in eyewitness identification: Instructions.
Wells, G.L., Malpass, R.S., Lindsay, R.C.L., Fisher, R.P., Turtle, J.W. & Fulero, S.M. (2000). From the lab to the police station: A successful application of eyewitness research. American Psychologist, 55(6), 581-598.
Technical Working Group on Eyewitness Evidence (1999). Eyewitness Evidence: A Guide for Law Enforcement. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice.
Wells, G.L., Small, M., Penrod, S., Malpass, R.S., Fulero, S.M., & Brimacombe, C.A.E. (1998). Eyewitness identification procedures: Recommendations for lineups and photospreads. Law and Human Behavior, 23(6) 603-647.
Malpass, R.S., and Devine, P.G. (1984). Research on suggestion in lineups and photospreads. In G.L. Wells, and E.F. Loftus (Eds.), Eyewitness Testimony: Psychological Perspectives. (pp. 64-91). New York: Cambridge.
Malpass, R.S., and Devine, P.G. (1981). Guided memory in eyewitness identification. Journal of Applied Psychology, 66, 343-350.
Malpass, R.S., and Devine, P.G. (1981). Eyewitness identification: Lineup instructions and the absence of the offender. Journal of Applied Psychology, 66, 482-489.
Malpass, R.S., and Devine, P.G. (1980). Realism and eyewitness identification research. Law and Human Behavior, 4, 347-358.
Malpass, R.S. (1998, March). Instructions on viewing lineups. In G.L. Wells (Chair), Good Practice Recommendations for Lineups and Photospreads. Symposium conducted at the meetings of the American Psychology-Law Society. Redondo Beach, California.
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