Dawn Weatherford
Dawn Weatherford
Texas A&M University-San Antonio
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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
An investigation of the weapon focus effect and the confidence–accuracy relationship for eyewitness identification
CA Carlson, JL Dias, DR Weatherford, MA Carlson
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (1), 82-92, 2017
ROC s in Eyewitness Identification: Instructions versus Confidence Ratings
L Mickes, TM Seale‐Carlisle, SA Wetmore, SD Gronlund, SE Clark, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31 (5), 467-477, 2017
The influence of perpetrator exposure time and weapon presence/timing on eyewitness confidence and accuracy
CA Carlson, DF Young, DR Weatherford, MA Carlson, JE Bednarz, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (6), 898-910, 2016
Processing differences between feature‐based facial composites and photos of real faces
CA Carlson, SD Gronlund, DR Weatherford, MA Carlson
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (4), 525-540, 2012
The effect of backloading instructions on eyewitness identification from simultaneous and sequential lineups
CA Carlson, MA Carlson, DR Weatherford, A Tucker, J Bednarz
Applied Cognitive Psychology 30 (6), 1005-1013, 2016
A method for increasing empirical discriminability and eliminating top‐row preference in photo arrays
CA Carlson, AR Jones, CA Goodsell, MA Carlson, DR Weatherford, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 33 (6), 1091-1102, 2019
The effects of explicit and implicit cognitive factors on the learning patterns in the Iowa Gambling Task
MJ Hawthorne, DR Weatherford, K Tochkov
The weapon focus effect: Testing an extension of the unusualness hypothesis
CA Carlson, WE Pleasant, DR Weatherford, MA Carlson, JEBE Bednarz
The effect of viewing distance on empirical discriminability and the confidence–accuracy relationship for eyewitness identification
RF Lockamyeir, CA Carlson, AR Jones, MA Carlson, DR Weatherford
Applied Cognitive Psychology 34 (5), 1047-1060, 2020
Asking an eyewitness to predict their later lineup performance could harm the confidence–accuracy relationship
JE Whittington, CA Carlson, MA Carlson, DR Weatherford, LE Krueger, ...
Applied Cognitive Psychology 34 (1), 119-131, 2020
The most compelling research on handedness is mixed
D Weatherford, WB Erickson
Psyccritiques 61 (35), 2016
The effects of featural versus holistic verbalization on memory for conjunction faces: A dual process approach
DR Weatherford
Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2011
You shall not pass: how facial variability and feedback affect the detection of low-prevalence fake IDs
DR Weatherford, WB Erickson, J Thomas, ME Walker, B Schein
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5 (1), 1-15, 2020
Never forget a face: Verbalization facilitates recollection as evidenced by flexible responding to contrasting recognition memory tests
DR Weatherford, MA Meltzer, CA Carlson, JC Bartlett
Memory & Cognition, 1-17, 2020
Asking an eyewitness to predict their later lineup performance could harm the confidence-accuracy relationship (vol 34, pg 119, 2020)
JE Whittington, CA Carlson, MA Carlson, DR Weatherford, LE Krueger, ...
Using a Fork as a Hairbrush: Investigating Dual Routes to Release from Functional Fixedness
DR Weatherford, LV Esparza, LJ Tedder, OKH Smith
The Journal of Creative Behavior, 2020
Mismatch prevalence influences response bias and discriminability in unfamiliar face matching
D Weatherford, B Schein
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 697-697, 2015
Perceptual Attention to Features versus Traits May Affect How Faces Are Represented in Memory
D Weatherford, J Bartlett, C Carlson
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 981-981, 2013
Visual and verbal influences on recognition memory for faces
DR Weatherford
Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2013
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