William E Crozier
William E Crozier
Duke University School of Law
Verified email at duke.edu
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Believing is seeing: Biased viewing of body-worn camera footage
KA Jones, WE Crozier, D Strange
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (4), 460-474, 2017
272017
Memory errors in alibi generation: How an alibi can turn against us
WE Crozier, D Strange, EF Loftus
Behavioral sciences & the law 35 (1), 6-17, 2017
262017
Driven to Failure: An Empirical Analysis of Driver's License Suspension in North Carolina
WE Crozier, BL Garrett
Duke LJ 69, 1585, 2019
172019
Memory errors in police interviews: The bait question as a source of misinformation
TJ Luke, WE Crozier, D Strange
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 6 (3), 260-273, 2017
152017
Correcting the misinformation effect
WE Crozier, D Strange
Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (4), 585-595, 2019
112019
Objectivity is a myth for you but not for me or police: A bias blind spot for viewing and remembering criminal events.
KA Jones, WE Crozier, D Strange
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (2), 259, 2018
112018
Error rates, likelihood ratios, and jury evaluation of forensic evidence
BL Garrett, WE Crozier, R Grady
Journal of forensic sciences 65 (4), 1199-1209, 2020
92020
Rethinking the ken through the lens of psychological science
JM Chin, WE Crozier
Osgoode Hall LJ 55, 625, 2018
9*2018
Look there! The effect of perspective, attention, and instructions on how people understand recorded police encounters
KA Jones, WE Crozier, D Strange
Behavioral sciences & the law 37 (6), 711-731, 2019
72019
Contaminated confessions: How source and consistency of confession details influence memory and attributions
F Alceste, WE Crozier, D Strange
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 8 (1), 78-91, 2019
52019
Taking the bait: Interrogation questions about hypothetical evidence may inflate perceptions of guilt
WE Crozier, TJ Luke, D Strange
Psychology, Crime & Law 26 (9), 902-925, 2020
42020
Juror appraisals of forensic evidence: effects of blind proficiency and cross-examination
WE Crozier, J Kukucka, BL Garrett
Forensic Science International 315, 110433, 2020
42020
The Transparency of Jail Data
WE Crozier, BL Garrett, A Krishnamurthy
Wake Forest L. Rev. 55, 821, 2020
22020
Undeliverable: Suspended driver’s licenses and the problem of notice
BL Garrett, K Modjadidi, W Crozier
UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review 4 (1), 2020
22020
A history of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
WE Crozier, EK Moeck, CC Weinsheimer, DLL McDonald, MJ Baldassari
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 5 (2), 103-109, 2016
22016
Right place, wrong time: the limitations of mental reinstatement of context on alibi-elicitation
SA Cardenas, W Crozier, D Strange
Psychology, Crime & Law 27 (3), 201-230, 2021
12021
Court case context and fluency-promoting photos inflate the credibility of forensic science
M Sanson, WE Crozier, D Strange
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2020
12020
Virtual Criminal Courts
D Ariturk, WE Crozier, BL Garrett
U. Chi. L. Rev. Online, 57, 2020
12020
North Carolina specialty courts, treatment access, and the substance use crisis: a promising but underfunded model
MM Easter, JW Swanson, WE Crozier, AG Robertson, BL Garrett, ...
Psychiatric services, appi. ps. 202000868, 2021
2021
Mock jurors’ evaluation of firearm examiner testimony.
BL Garrett, N Scurich, WE Crozier
Law and human behavior 44 (5), 412, 2020
2020
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