Stacy Wetmore
Stacy Wetmore
Roanoke College
Verified email at roanoke.edu
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Showups versus lineups: An evaluation using ROC analysis
SD Gronlund, CA Carlson, JS Neuschatz, CA Goodsell, SA Wetmore, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 1 (4), 221-228, 2012
1132012
Effect of retention interval on showup and lineup performance
SA Wetmore, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund, A Wooten, CA Goodsell, ...
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4 (1), 8-14, 2015
732015
A comprehensive evaluation of showups
JS Neuschatz, SA Wetmore, KN Key, DK Cash, SD Gronlund, ...
Advances in psychology and law, 43-69, 2016
372016
Secondary confessions, expert testimony, and unreliable testimony
JS Neuschatz, ML Wilkinson, CA Goodsell, SA Wetmore, DS Quinlivan, ...
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 27 (2), 179-192, 2012
302012
On the power of secondary confession evidence
SA Wetmore, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund
Psychology, Crime & Law 20 (4), 339-357, 2014
292014
The effect of post-identification feedback, delay, and suspicion on accurate eyewitnesses.
DS Quinlivan, JS Neuschatz, AB Douglass, GL Wells, SA Wetmore
Law and Human Behavior 36 (3), 206, 2012
292012
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
262017
Age differences (or lack thereof) in discriminability for lineups and showups
KN Key, DK Cash, JS Neuschatz, J Price, SA Wetmore, SD Gronlund
Psychology, Crime & Law 21 (9), 871-889, 2015
222015
ROC analysis in theory and practice
JT Wixted, L Mickes, SA Wetmore, SD Gronlund, JS Neuschatz
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (3), 343-351, 2017
212017
Line‐up fairness affects postdictor validity and ‘don't know’responses
KN Key, SA Wetmore, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund, DK Cash, S Lane
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31 (1), 59-68, 2017
162017
Do the clothes make the criminal? The influence of clothing match on identification accuracy in showups
SA Wetmore, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund, KN Key, CA Goodsell
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 4 (1), 36-42, 2015
162015
Designing police lineups to maximize memory performance.
TM Seale-Carlisle, SA Wetmore, HD Flowe, L Mickes
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 25 (3), 410, 2019
142019
Showups.
CA Goodsell, SA Wetmore, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund
American Psychological Association, 2013
142013
The impact of fillers on lineup performance
SA Wetmore, RM McAdoo, SD Gronlund, JS Neuschatz
Cognitive research: principles and implications 2 (1), 1-13, 2017
112017
Eyewitness memory and metamemory in older adults.
J Price, ML Mueller, S Wetmore, J Neuschatz
Psychology Press, 2014
92014
When snitches corroborate: effects of post-identification feedback from a potentially compromised source
WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, A Wooten, S Wetmore, J Neuschatz
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 23 (1), 148-160, 2016
82016
Conclusion: Identification test reforms.
AM Smith, BL Cutler
American Psychological Association, 2013
82013
Corrigendum to ‘Effect of retention interval on showup and lineup performance’[JARMAC (4/1)(2015) 8–14]
SA Wetmore, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund, A Wooten, CA Goodsell, ...
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 1 (5), 94, 2016
6*2016
Secondary confessions as post-identification feedback: How jailhouse informant testimony can alter eyewitnesses’ identification decisions
PM Mote, JS Neuschatz, BH Bornstein, SA Wetmore, KN Key
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 33 (4), 375-384, 2018
52018
Unreliable informant testimony.
JS Neuschatz, N Jones, SA Wetmore, J McClung
American Psychological Association, 2012
52012
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