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Do sequential lineups impair underlying discriminability?
M Kaesler, JC Dunn, K Ransom, C Semmler
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5, 1-21, 2020
202020
A model of position effects in the sequential lineup
JC Dunn, M Kaesler, C Semmler
Journal of Memory and Language 122, 104297, 2022
112022
Predicting overprecision in range estimation
M Kaesler, M Welsh, C Semmler
Cognitive Science Society, 2016
92016
Using Measurement Models to Understand Eyewitness Identification.
M Kaesler, J Dunn, C Semmler
CogSci 2017, 39th, 2017
82017
Do sequential lineups impair underlying discriminability? Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 5, Article 35
M Kaesler, JC Dunn, K Ransom, C Semmler
52020
Do sequential lineups impair underlying discriminability?
CA Semmler, M Kaesler, J Dunn, K Ransom
Springer, 2020
12020
Applying Signal Detection Models to Investigate the Effect of Sequential Item Presentation on the Police Lineup Task
MP Kaesler
2021
Do sequential lineups impair discriminability?
M Kaesler, JC Dunn, K Ransom, C Semmler
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
Measurement Models Matter: Exploring the implications of measurement models for the applied domain of eyewitness identification
M Kaesler, C Semmler, J Dunn
OSF, 2018
2018
Evaluating signal detection models for eyewitness identification
M Kaesler, J Dunn, C Semmler
2018
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