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The forensic confirmation bias: Problems, perspectives, and proposed solutions
SM Kassin, IE Dror, J Kukucka
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (1), 42-52, 2013
8112013
Cognitive bias and blindness: A global survey of forensic science examiners
J Kukucka, SM Kassin, PA Zapf, IE Dror
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (4), 452-459, 2017
1662017
Do confessions taint perceptions of handwriting evidence? An empirical test of the forensic confirmation bias.
J Kukucka, SM Kassin
Law and human behavior 38 (3), 256, 2014
1562014
Cognitive bias in forensic pathology decisions
I Dror, J Melinek, JL Arden, J Kukucka, S Hawkins, J Carter, DS Atherton
Journal of Forensic Sciences 66 (5), 1751-1757, 2021
1142021
Cognitive bias in forensic mental health assessment: Evaluator beliefs about its nature and scope.
PA Zapf, J Kukucka, SM Kassin, IE Dror
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (1), 1, 2018
1122018
Does video recording alter the behavior of police during interrogation? A mock crime-and-investigation study.
SM Kassin, J Kukucka, VZ Lawson, J DeCarlo
Law and Human Behavior 38 (1), 73, 2014
902014
Linear sequential unmasking–expanded (LSU-E): a general approach for improving decision making as well as minimizing noise and bias
IE Dror, J Kukucka
Forensic Science International: Synergy 3, 100161, 2021
702021
New application of psychology to law: Improving forensic evidence and expert witness contributions
IE Dror, SM Kassin, J Kukucka
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 2 (1), 78-81, 2013
642013
Police reports of mock suspect interrogations: A test of accuracy and perception.
SM Kassin, J Kukucka, VZ Lawson, J DeCarlo
Law and Human Behavior 41 (3), 230, 2017
52*2017
Co‐witness confidence, conformity, and eyewitness memory: An examination of normative and informational social influences
KA Goodwin, JP Kukucka, IM Hawks
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (1), 91-100, 2013
502013
When expert decision making goes wrong: Consensus, bias, the role of experts, and accuracy
IE Dror, J Kukucka, SM Kassin, PA Zapf
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7 (1), 162-163, 2018
442018
Lost proof of innocence: The impact of confessions on alibi witnesses.
SB Marion, J Kukucka, C Collins, SM Kassin, TM Burke
Law and Human Behavior 40 (1), 65, 2016
442016
Do exonerees face employment discrimination similar to actual offenders?
J Kukucka, HK Applegarth, AL Mello
Legal and Criminological Psychology 25 (1), 17-32, 2020
392020
Stigma against false confessors impacts post‐exoneration financial compensation
J Kukucka, AJ Evelo
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 37 (4), 372-387, 2019
382019
A practical tool for information management in forensic decisions: Using Linear Sequential Unmasking-Expanded (LSU-E) in casework
A Quigley-McBride, IE Dror, T Roy, BL Garrett, J Kukucka
Forensic Science International: Synergy 4, 100216, 2022
332022
Does video recording inhibit crime suspects? Evidence from a fully randomized field experiment.
SM Kassin, MB Russano, AD Amrom, J Hellgren, J Kukucka, VZ Lawson
Law and human behavior 43 (1), 45, 2019
332019
Human factors in forensic science: Psychological causes of bias and error
J Kukucka, IE Dror
252023
The prevalence effect in fingerprint identification: Match and non‐match base‐rates impact misses and false alarms
B Growns, J Kukucka
Applied Cognitive Psychology 35 (3), 751-760, 2021
222021
No one is immune to contextual bias—Not even forensic pathologists
IE Dror, J Kukucka, SM Kassin, PA Zapf
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2018
212018
Confirmation bias in the forensic sciences: Causes, consequences, and countermeasures
J Kukucka
The psychology and sociology of wrongful convictions: Forensic science …, 2018
172018
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