Carolyn Semmler
Carolyn Semmler
Professor of Psychology, University of Adelaide
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Eyewitness identification
N Brewer, GL Wells
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (1), 24-27, 2011
Neutralising the meat paradox: Cognitive dissonance, gender, and eating animals
E Dowsett, C Semmler, H Bray, RA Ankeny, A Chur-Hansen
Appetite 123, 280-288, 2018
Effects of postidentification feedback on eyewitness identification and nonidentification confidence.
C Semmler, N Brewer, GL Wells
Journal of Applied Psychology 89 (2), 334, 2004
Effects of mood and emotion on juror processing and judgments
C Semmler, N Brewer
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 20 (4), 423-436, 2002
Eyewitness identification accuracy and response latency: the unruly 10-12-second rule.
N Weber, N Brewer, GL Wells, C Semmler, A Keast
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 10 (3), 139, 2004
How variations in distance affect eyewitness reports and identification accuracy
RCL Lindsay, C Semmler, N Weber, N Brewer, MR Lindsay
Law and Human Behavior 32, 526-535, 2008
The role of estimator variables in eyewitness identification.
C Semmler, J Dunn, L Mickes, JT Wixted
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 24 (3), 400, 2018
Improving comprehension of jury instructions with audio‐visual presentation
N Brewer, S Harvey, C Semmler
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2004
Jurors believe eyewitnesses.
C Semmler, N Brewer, AB Douglass
American Psychological Association, 2012
Using a flow-chart to improve comprehension of jury instructions
C Semmler, N Brewer
Psychiatry, psychology and law 9 (2), 262-270, 2002
A role for theory in eyewitness identification research
N Brewer, N Weber, C Semmler
The Handbook of Eyewitness Psychology: Volume II: Memory for People 2, 201, 2013
Postidentification feedback effects on face recognition confidence: Evidence for metacognitive influences
C Semmler, N Brewer
Applied Cognitive Psychology 20 (7), 895-916, 2006
Better writing in scientific publications builds reader confidence and understanding
R Ryba, ZA Doubleday, MJ Dry, C Semmler, SD Connell
Frontiers in psychology 12, 714321, 2021
Forensic confirmation bias: The case of facial image comparison.
R Heyer, C Semmler
Elsevier Science 2 (1), 68, 2013
Do sequential lineups impair underlying discriminability?
M Kaesler, JC Dunn, K Ransom, C Semmler
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5, 1-21, 2020
The effect of the proportion of mismatching trials and task orientation on the confidence–accuracy relationship in unfamiliar face matching.
RG Stephens, C Semmler, JD Sauer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 23 (3), 336, 2017
The dynamic interaction between eyewitnesses and interviewers: The impact of differences in perspective on memory reports and interviewer behavior.
AB Douglass, N Brewer, C Semmler, L Bustamante, A Hiley
Law and Human Behavior 37 (4), 290, 2013
Moderators of post‐identification feedback effects on eyewitnesses' memory reports
AB Douglass, N Brewer, C Semmler
Legal and Criminological Psychology 15 (2), 279-292, 2010
1.5 Eyewitness memory
C Semmler, N Brewer
The Cambridge handbook of forensic psychology, 49, 2010
Humans and algorithms for facial recognition: The effects of candidate list length and experience on performance
R Heyer, C Semmler, AT Hendrickson
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 7 (4), 597-609, 2018
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