Kenneth Deffenbacher
Kenneth Deffenbacher
Professor of Psychology Emeritus, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Verified email at unomaha.edu
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A meta-analytic review of the effects of high stress on eyewitness memory
KA Deffenbacher, BH Bornstein, SD Penrod, EK McGorty
Law and human behavior 28 (6), 687-706, 2004
6102004
Correlation of eyewitness accuracy and confidence: Optimality hypothesis revisited.
RK Bothwell, KA Deffenbacher, JC Brigham
Journal of Applied Psychology 72 (4), 691, 1987
4801987
Eyewitness accuracy and confidence
KA Deffenbacher
Law and Human Behavior 4 (4), 243-260, 1980
4231980
Structural aspects of face recognition and the other-race effect
AJ O’toole, KA Deffenbacher, D Valentin, H Abdi
Memory & Cognition 22 (2), 208-224, 1994
3351994
Memory for faces and the circumstances of encounter.
E Brown, K Deffenbacher, W Sturgill
Journal of Applied Psychology 62 (3), 311, 1977
3331977
Low-dimensional representation of faces in higher dimensions of the face space
AJ O’Toole, H Abdi, KA Deffenbacher, D Valentin
JOSA A 10 (3), 405-411, 1993
3111993
Do jurors share a common understanding concerning eyewitness behavior?
KA Deffenbacher, EF Loftus
Law and Human Behavior 6 (1), 15-30, 1982
2661982
The perception of face gender: The role of stimulus structure in recognition and classification
AJ O’Toole, KA Deffenbacher, D Valentin, K McKee, D Huff, H Abdi
Memory & Cognition 26 (1), 146-160, 1998
2411998
The influence of arousal on reliability of testimony
KA Deffenbacher
Evaluating witness evidence, 235-251, 1983
2201983
Mugshot exposure effects: Retroactive interference, mugshot commitment, source confusion, and unconscious transference
KA Deffenbacher, BH Bornstein, SD Penrod
Law and Human Behavior 30 (3), 287-307, 2006
1952006
Forgetting the once-seen face: Estimating the strength of an eyewitness's memory representation.
KA Deffenbacher, BH Bornstein, EK McGorty, SD Penrod
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (2), 139, 2008
1622008
An ‘other-race effect’for categorizing faces by sex
AJ O'Toole, J Peterson, KA Deffenbacher
Perception 25 (6), 669-676, 1996
1351996
A maturing of research on the behaviour of eyewitnesses
KA Deffenbacher
Applied Cognitive Psychology 5 (5), 377-402, 1991
1241991
Memory for words, pictures, and faces: Retroactive interference, forgetting, and reminiscence.
KA Deffenbacher, TH Carr, JR Leu
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory 7 (4), 299, 1981
1041981
Simulating the ‘other-race effect’as a problem in perceptual learning
AJ O'TOOLE, K Deffenbacher, H Abdi, JC Bartlett
Connection Science 3 (2), 163-178, 1991
981991
Facial aging, attractiveness, and distinctiveness
KA Deffenbacher, T Vetter, J Johanson, AJ O'Toole
Perception 27 (10), 1233-1243, 1998
891998
Effects of arousal on everyday memory
KA Deffenbacher
Human Performance 7 (2), 141-161, 1994
871994
Haptic perception of the Müller-Lyer illusion by the blind
J Patterson, K Deffenbacher
Perceptual and Motor Skills 35 (3), 819-824, 1972
861972
A metric for assessing acuity in positioning joints and limbs
FJ Clark, KJ Larwood, ME Davis, KA Deffenbacher
Experimental Brain Research 107 (1), 73-79, 1995
851995
A brief history of applied cognitive psychology
RR Hoffman, KA Deffenbacher
Applied Cognitive Psychology 6 (1), 1-48, 1992
841992
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