Meredith Allison publishes article in Applied Cognitive Psychology
Meredith Allison, an assistant professor of psychology, recently published an article on eyewitnesses in Applied Cognitive Psychology.
The article centered on how the feedback that eyewitnesses receive concerning their performance on a lineup identification task can affect the witnesses' confidence. The study also showed that feedback affected evaluators of the witnesses' testimony. The study was completed with collaborators at the University of Victoria, Canada and the complete citation is below.
MacLean, C., Brimacombe, C.A.E., Allison, M., Dahl, L.C., & Kadlec, H. (2011). Post-identification feedback effects: Investigators and evaluators. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, 739-752.