Andrew M. Smith
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ROC analysis of lineups does not measure underlying discriminability and has limited value.
GL Wells, L Smalarz, AM Smith
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4 (4), 313, 2015
Fair lineups are better than biased lineups and showups, but not because they increase underlying discriminability.
AM Smith, GL Wells, RCL Lindsay, SD Penrod
Law and Human Behavior 41 (2), 127, 2017
ROC analysis of lineups obscures information that is critical for both theoretical understanding and applied purposes.
GL Wells, AM Smith, L Smalarz
Elsevier Science 4 (4), 324, 2015
Increasing the similarity of lineup fillers to the suspect improves the applied value of lineups without improving memory performance: Commentary on Colloff, Wade, and Strange …
AM Smith, GL Wells, L Smalarz, JM Lampinen
Psychological Science 29 (9), 1548-1551, 2018
An examination of showups conducted by law enforcement using a field-simulation paradigm.
ML Eisen, AM Smith, AP Olaguez, AS Skerritt-Perta
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 23 (1), 1, 2017
Deviation from perfect performance measures the diagnostic utility of eyewitness lineups but partial area under the ROC curve does not
AM Smith, JM Lampinen, GL Wells, L Smalarz, S Mackovichova
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 8 (1), 50-59, 2019
Mistaken eyewitness identification rates increase when either witnessing or testing conditions get worse.
AM Smith, MM Wilford, A Quigley-McBride, GL Wells
Law and Human Behavior 43 (4), 358, 2019
Distinguishing between investigator discriminability and eyewitness discriminability: A method for creating full receiver operating characteristic curves of lineup …
AM Smith, Y Yang, GL Wells
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (3), 589-607, 2020
Eyewitness identification performance on showups improves with an additional-opportunities instruction: Evidence for present–absent criteria discrepancy.
AM Smith, GL Wells, RCL Lindsay, T Myerson
Law and Human Behavior 42 (3), 215, 2018
Four utilities in eyewitness identification practice: Dissociations between receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis and expected utility analysis.
JM Lampinen, AM Smith, GL Wells
Law and Human Behavior 43 (1), 26, 2019
The impact of multiple show-ups on eyewitness decision-making and innocence risk.
AM Smith, M Bertrand, RCL Lindsay, N Kalmet, D Grossman, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (3), 247, 2014
Introduction: Identification procedures and conviction of the innocent.
AM Smith, BL Cutler
American Psychological Association, 2013
Facilitating accuracy in showup identification procedures: The effects of the presence of stolen property
AM Smith, AM Leach, BL Cutler
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (2), 216-221, 2013
Assessing theoretical conclusions with blinded inference to investigate a potential inference crisis
JJ Starns, AM Cataldo, CM Rotello, J Annis, A Aschenbrenner, A Bröder, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 2 (4), 335-349, 2019
Confidence can be used to discriminate between accurate and inaccurate lie decisions
AM Smith, AM Leach
Perspectives on Psychological Science 14 (6), 1062-1071, 2019
Conclusion: Identification test reforms.
AM Smith, BL Cutler
American Psychological Association, 2013
Fair forensic-object lineups are superior to forensic-object showups
AM Smith, S Mackovichova, ST Jalava, J Pozzulo
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 9 (1), 68-82, 2020
Comparing Detailed and Less Detailed Pre‐Lineup Instructions
JM Lampinen, B Race, AP Wolf, P Phillips, N Moriarty, AM Smith
Applied Cognitive Psychology, 2019
Revisiting Representativeness in the Manitoban Criminal Jury
R Jochelson, MI Bertrand, RCL Lindsay, AM Smith, M Ventola, N Kalmet
Man. LJ 37, 365, 2013
A Bayesian analysis on the (dis) utility of iterative-showup procedures: The moderating impact of prior probabilities.
AM Smith, RCL Lindsay, GL Wells
Law and human behavior 40 (5), 503, 2016
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