Itiel Dror
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The forensic confirmation bias: Problems, perspectives, and proposed solutions
SM Kassin, IE Dror, J Kukucka
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 2 (1), 42-52, 2013
Contextual information renders experts vulnerable to making erroneous identifications
IE Dror, D Charlton, AE Péron
Forensic science international 156 (1), 74-78, 2006
Why experts make errors
IE Dror, D Charlton
Journal of Forensic Identification 56 (4), 600, 2006
To be or not to be: The effects of aging stereotypes on the will to live
B Levy, O Ashman, IE Dror
OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying 40 (3), 409-420, 2000
Subjectivity and bias in forensic DNA mixture interpretation
IE Dror, G Hampikian
Science & Justice 51 (4), 204-208, 2011
The need for a research culture in the forensic sciences
JL Mnookin, SA Cole, IE Dror, BAJ Fisher, MM Houck, K Inman, DH Kaye, ...
UCLA L. Rev. 58, 725-843, 2011
Mental imagery and aging.
IE Dror, SM Kosslyn
Psychology and Aging 9 (1), 90, 1994
When emotions get the better of us: the effect of contextual top‐down processing on matching fingerprints
IE Dror, AE Peron, SL Hind, D Charlton
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
Meta‐analytically quantifying the reliability and biasability of forensic experts
IE Dror, R Rosenthal
Journal of Forensic Sciences 53 (4), 900-903, 2008
The vision in “blind” justice: Expert perception, judgment, and visual cognition in forensic pattern recognition
IE Dror, SA Cole
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 17 (2), 161-167, 2010
Technology enhanced learning: The good, the bad, and the ugly
IE Dror
Pragmatics and Cognition 16 (2), 215-223, 2008
Optimising the use of note‐taking as an external cognitive aid for increasing learning
T Makany, J Kemp, IE Dror
British Journal of Educational Technology 40 (4), 619-635, 2009
Decision making under time pressure: An independent test of sequential sampling models
IE Dror, B Basola, JR Busemeyer
Memory & Cognition 27 (4), 713-725, 1999
Context management toolbox: A Linear Sequential Unmasking (LSU) approach for minimizing cognitive bias in forensic decision making
IE Dror, WC Thompson, CA Meissner, I Kornfield, D Krane, M Saks, ...
Journal of forensic sciences 60 (4), 2015
Cognitive issues in fingerprint analysis: Inter-and intra-expert consistency and the effect of a 'target' comparison
IE Dror, C Champod, G Langenburg, D Charlton, H Hunt, R Rosenthal
Forensic science international 208 (1-3), 10-17, 2011
Visual-spatial abilities of pilots.
IE Dror, SM Kosslyn, WL Waag
Journal of Applied Psychology 78 (5), 763, 1993
Cognitive bias in forensic anthropology: visual assessment of skeletal remains is susceptible to confirmation bias
S Nakhaeizadeh, IE Dror, RM Morgan
Science & Justice 54 (3), 208-214, 2014
Offloading cognition onto cognitive technology
IE Dror, S Harnad
Cognition Distributed: How cognitive technology extends our minds, 1-23, 2008
The use of technology in human expert domains: challenges and risks arising from the use of automated fingerprint identification systems in forensic science
IE Dror, J Mnookin
Age differences in decision making: To take a risk or not?
IE Dror, M Katona, K Mungur
Gerontology 44, 67-71, 1998
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