William E Crozier
William E Crozier
NC Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
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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
Driven to failure: An empirical analysis of driver's license suspension in North Carolina
WE Crozier, BL Garrett
Duke LJ 69, 1585, 2019
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
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
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
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
Correcting the misinformation effect
WE Crozier, D Strange
Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (4), 585-595, 2019
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
Mock jurors’ evaluation of firearm examiner testimony.
BL Garrett, N Scurich, WE Crozier
Law and human behavior 44 (5), 412, 2020
Rethinking the ken through the lens of psychological science
JM Chin, WE Crozier
Osgoode Hall LJ 55, 625, 2018
Undeliverable: Suspended driver’s licenses and the problem of notice
BL Garrett, K Modjadidi, W Crozier
UCLA Criminal Justice Law Review 4 (1), 2020
Juror appraisals of forensic evidence: Effects of blind proficiency and cross-examination
WE Crozier, J Kukucka, BL Garrett
Forensic Science International 315, 110433, 2020
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
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
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
Virtual criminal courts
D Ariturk, WE Crozier, BL Garrett
U. Chi. L. Rev. Online, 57, 2020
The transparency of jail data
WE Crozier, BL Garrett, A Krishnamurthy
Wake Forest L. Rev. 55, 821, 2020
Court case context and fluency-promoting photos inflate the credibility of forensic science
M Sanson, WE Crozier, D Strange
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2020
Sensitizing jurors to eyewitness confidence using “reason-based” judicial instructions.
BL Garrett, WE Crozier, K Modjadidi, AJ Liu, K Kafadar, J Yaffe, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 12 (1), 141, 2023
Court date reminders reduce court nonappearance: A meta‐analysis
SA Zottola, WE Crozier, D Ariturk, SL Desmarais
Criminology & Public Policy 22 (1), 97-123, 2023
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