J D Read
J D Read
Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Simon Fraser University
Потвърден имейл адрес: sfu.ca
Choosing, confidence, and accuracy: A meta-analysis of the confidence-accuracy relation in eyewitness identification studies.
SL Sporer, S Penrod, D Read, B Cutler
Psychological Bulletin 118 (3), 315, 1995
Psychotherapy and memories of childhood sexual abuse: A cognitive perspective
DS Lindsay, JD Read
Applied cognitive psychology 8 (4), 281-338, 1994
A picture is worth a thousand lies: Using false photographs to create false childhood memories
KA Wade, M Garry, J Don Read, DS Lindsay
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (3), 597-603, 2002
True photographs and false memories
DS Lindsay, L Hagen, JD Read, KA Wade, M Garry
Psychological Science 15 (3), 149-154, 2004
From a passing thought to a false memory in 2 minutes: Confusing real and illusory events
JD Read
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 3 (1), 105-111, 1996
Familiarity, memorability, and the effect of typicality on the recognition of faces
JR Vokey, JD Read
Memory & Cognition 20 (3), 291-302, 1992
Accuracy and confidence in person identification: The relationship is strong when witnessing conditions vary widely
DS Lindsay, JD Read, K Sharma
Psychological Science 9 (3), 215-218, 1998
Subliminal messages: Between the devil and the media.
JR Vokey, JD Read
American psychologist 40 (11), 1231, 1985
" Memory work" and recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse: Scientific evidence and public, professional, and personal issues.
DS Lindsay, JD Read
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 1 (4), 846, 1995
Effects of uniqueness, sex of subject, and sex of photograph on facial recognition
M Going, JD Read
Perceptual and Motor Skills 39 (1), 109-110, 1974
Adult eyewitness testimony: Current trends and developments
DF Ross, JD Read, MP Toglia
Cambridge University Press, 1994
The unconscious transference effect: Are innocent bystanders ever misidentified?
JD Read, P Tollestrup, R Hammersley, E McFadzen, A Christensen
Applied Cognitive Psychology 4 (1), 3-31, 1990
After 30 years, what do we know about what jurors know? A meta-analytic review of lay knowledge regarding eyewitness factors
SL Desmarais, J Don Read
Law and Human Behavior 35, 200-210, 2011
Effects of divided attention and word concreteness on correct recall and false memory reports
MN Perez-Mata, JD Read, M Diges
Memory 10 (3), 161-177, 2002
The availability heuristic in person identification: The sometimes misleading consequences of enhanced contextual information
JD Read
Applied Cognitive Psychology 9 (2), 91-121, 1995
The relation between confidence and accuracy in eyewitness identification studies: Is the conclusion changing?
JD Read, DS Lindsay, T Nicholls
Eyewitness Memory, 107-130, 2014
Longitudinal tracking of difficult memory retrievals
JD Read, D Bruce
Cognitive Psychology 14 (2), 280-300, 1982
Recollections of a robbery: Effects of arousal and alcohol upon recall and person identification.
JD Read, JC Yuille, P Tollestrup
Law and Human Behavior 16 (4), 425, 1992
Delayed prosecutions of historic child sexual abuse: Analyses of 2064 Canadian criminal complaints
DA Connolly, J Don Read
Law and human behavior 30, 409-434, 2006
Witnessing-condition heterogeneity and witnesses' versus investigators' confidence in the accuracy of witnesses' identification decisions
DS Lindsay, E Nilsen, JD Read
Law and human behavior 24, 685-697, 2000
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