Journal Articles

  1. & Are Portrait Artists Superior Face Recognizers? Limited Impact of Adult Experience on Face Recognition Ability.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
  2. & The grain-size lineup: A test of a novel eyewitness identification procedure.. Law and Human Behavior 40(2), 147-158.
  3. & How target–lure similarity shapes confidence judgments in multiple-alternative decision tasks.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145(12), 1615-1634.
  4. & The other-race effect in perception and recognition: Insights from the complete composite task.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41(2), 508-524.
  5. & The effects of allowing a second sequential lineup lap on choosing and probative value.. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 21(2), 121-133.
  6. & Confidence–accuracy resolution in the misinformation paradigm is influenced by the availability of source cues. Acta Psychologica 151, 164-173.
  7. & Archival analyses of eyewitness identification test outcomes: What can they tell us about eyewitness memory?. Law and Human Behavior 38(1), 94-108.
  8. & Public Perceptions of Identification Procedures in the United Kingdom. Policing 8(1), 35-42.
  9. & Video Identification of Suspects: A Discussion of Current Practice and Policy in the United Kingdom. Policing 7(3), 307-315.
  10. & Understanding gender bias in face recognition: Effects of divided attention at encoding. Acta Psychologica 142(3), 362-369.
  11. & Predictors of eyewitness identification decisions from video lineups in England: A field study.. Law and Human Behavior 36(4), 257-265.
  12. & Backloading in the sequential lineup prevents within-lineup criterion shifts that undermine eyewitness identification performance.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 18(4), 346-360.
  13. & Memory conformity for confidently recognized items: The power of social influence on memory reports. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48(3), 783-786.
  14. & Recognizing faces from ethnic in-groups and out-groups: Importance of outer face features and effects of retention interval. Applied Cognitive Psychology 25(3), 424-431.
  15. & Pictorial versus structural representations of ingroup and outgroup faces. Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23(8), 974-984.
  16. & Recognition and context memory for faces from own and other ethnic groups: A remember-know investigation. Memory & Cognition 38(2), 134-141.
  17. & Functions for traditional and multilevel approaches to signal detection theory. Behavior Research Methods 41(2), 257-267.
  18. & Anxiety and terrorism: Automatic stereotypes affect visual attention and recognition memory for White and Middle Eastern faces. Applied Cognitive Psychology 23(3), 345-357.
  19. & I know your face but not where I saw you: Context memory is impaired for other-race faces. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15(3), 610-614.