Rachel Searston
TitleCited byYear
Contextual bias and cross-contamination in the forensic sciences: the corrosive implications for investigations, plea bargains, trials and appeals
G Edmond, JM Tangen, RA Searston, IE Dror
Law, probability and risk 14 (1), 1-25, 2015
Thinking forensics: Cognitive science for forensic practitioners
G Edmond, A Towler, B Growns, G Ribeiro, B Found, D White, ...
Science & Justice 57 (2), 144-154, 2017
Model forensic science
G Edmond, B Found, K Martire, K Ballantyne, D Hamer, R Searston, ...
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 48 (5), 496-537, 2016
How to cross-examine forensic scientists: a guide for lawyers
G Edmond, K Martire, R Kemp, D Hamer, B Hibbert, A Ligertwood, ...
Australian Bar Review 39 (2), 174-197, 2014
Putting bias into context: The role of familiarity in identification.
RA Searston, JM Tangen, KW Eva
Law and Human Behavior 40 (1), 50, 2016
Expertise with unfamiliar objects is flexible to changes in task but not changes in class
RA Searston, JM Tangen
PLoS ONE 12 (6), e0178403, 2017
The style of a stranger: Identification expertise generalizes to coarser level categories
RA Searston, JM Tangen
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 2016
Are Forensic Scientists Experts?
A Towler, D White, K Ballantyne, RA Searston, KA Matire, RI Kemp
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7 (2), 199—208, 2018
The Emergence of Perceptual Expertise with Fingerprints Over Time
RA Searston, JM Tangen
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2017
Understanding expertise and non-analytic cognition in fingerprint discriminations made by humans
MB Thompson, JM Tangen, RA Searston
Frontiers in psychology 5, 737, 2014
How low can you go? Detecting style in extremely low resolution images
RA Searston, MB Thompson, JR Vokey, LA French, JM Tangen
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 2019
How low can you go? Detecting style in extremely low resolution images
RA Searston, MB Thompson, JR Vokey, L French, JM Tangen
PsyArXiv: https://psyarxiv.com/zx2gs, 2018
A visual familiarity account of evidence for orthographic processing in pigeons (Columbia livia): a reply to Scarf, Corballis, Güntürkün, and Colombo (2017)
JR Vokey, RK Jamieson, JM Tangen, RA Searston, SW Allen
Animal Cognition, 2018
Training perceptual experts: Feedback, labels, and contrasts.
RA Searston, JM Tangen
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology 71 (1), 2017
Truth and transparency in expertise research
RA Searston, MB Thompson, SG Robson, BJ Corbett, G Ribeiro, ...
Journal of Expertise 2 (4), 199-209, 2019
Collective Intelligence in Fingerprint Analysis
JM Tangen, K Kent, RA Searston
PsyArXiv, 2019
An evidence accumulation model of perceptual discrimination with naturalistic stimuli
H Palada*, RA Searston*, A Persson, T Ballard**, MB Thompson**
PsyArXiv: https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/zr8wd, 2019
Break out the champagne and caviar: a toast to Medical Education's award winners
KW Eva, IM Scott, PM Dodek, A Culjak, EO Cheung, P Crowell, R Kahlke, ...
Medical education 53 (8), 750-751, 2019
The Legal and Scientific Challenge of Black Box Expertise
R Searston, J Chin
University of Queensland Law Journal 38 (2), 2019
Releasing natural categories from visual crowding with meaning
RA Searston, C Sullivan
Psychonomic Society, 2019
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