Kimberley Wade
Kimberley Wade
Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Warwick
Verified email at warwick.ac.uk - Homepage
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A picture is worth a thousand lies: Using false photographs to create false childhood memories
KA Wade, M Garry, JD Read, DS Lindsay
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (3), 597-603, 2002
5612002
True photographs and false memories
DS Lindsay, L Hagen, JD Read, KA Wade, M Garry
Psychological Science 15 (3), 149-154, 2004
3742004
Registered replication report: Schooler and engstler-schooler (1990)
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, Š Bahník, S Birch, AR Birt, BH Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
1802014
Actually, a picture is worth less than 45 words: Narratives produce more false memories than photographs do
M Garry, KA Wade
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (2), 359-366, 2005
1632005
A mega-analysis of memory reports from eight peer-reviewed false memory implantation studies
A Scoboria, KA Wade, DS Lindsay, T Azad, D Strange, J Ost, IE Hyman
Memory 25 (2), 146-163, 2017
1292017
False claims about false memory research
KA Wade, SJ Sharman, M Garry, A Memon, G Mazzoni, H Merckelbach, ...
Consciousness and cognition 16 (1), 18-28, 2007
1272007
Innocent but proven guilty: Eliciting internalized false confessions using doctored‐video evidence
RA Nash, KA Wade
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
124*2009
Abducted by a UFO: Prevalence information affects young children's false memories for an implausible event
H Otgaar, I Candel, H Merckelbach, KA Wade
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
892009
Can people identify original and manipulated photos of real-world scenes?
SJ Nightingale, KA Wade, DG Watson
Cognitive research: principles and implications 2 (1), 1-21, 2017
882017
Unfair lineups make witnesses more likely to confuse innocent and guilty suspects
MF Colloff, KA Wade, D Strange
Psychological Science 27 (9), 1227-1239, 2016
882016
Digitally manipulating memory: Effects of doctored videos and imagination in distorting beliefs and memories
RA Nash, KA Wade, DS Lindsay
Memory & Cognition 37 (4), 414-424, 2009
672009
People consider reliability and cost when verifying their autobiographical memories
KA Wade, RA Nash, M Garry
Acta Psychologica 146, 28-34, 2014
572014
Improving prediction from Dirichlet process mixtures via enrichment
S Wade, DB Dunson, S Petrone, L Trippa
The Journal of Machine Learning Research 15 (1), 1041-1071, 2014
562014
Strategies for verifying false autobiographical memories
KA Wade, M Garry
The American journal of psychology, 587-602, 2005
542005
Creating fair lineups for suspects with distinctive features
T Zarkadi, KA Wade, N Stewart
Psychological Science 20 (12), 1448-1453, 2009
512009
A robust preference for cheap-and-easy strategies over reliable strategies when verifying personal memories
RA Nash, KA Wade, M Garry, JS Adelman
Memory 25 (7), 890-899, 2017
442017
Deconstructing rich false memories of committing crime: Commentary on Shaw and Porter (2015)
KA Wade, M Garry, K Pezdek
Psychological Science 29 (3), 471-476, 2018
412018
Visible markers of brain injury influence attributions for adolescents’ behaviour
J McClure, ME Devlin, J McDowall, K Wade
Brain Injury 20 (10), 1029-1035, 2006
402006
Why do doctored images distort memory?
RA Nash, KA Wade, RJ Brewer
Consciousness and Cognition 18 (3), 773-780, 2009
392009
Attributions for behaviours of persons with brain injury: The role of perceived severity and time since injury
J McClure, S Buchanan, J McDowall, K Wade
Brain Injury 22 (9), 639-648, 2008
362008
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