Gary L. Wells
Gary L. Wells
Professor of Psychology, Iowa State university
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Eyewitness identification procedures: Recommendations for lineups and photospreads.
GL Wells, M Small, S Penrod, RS Malpass, SM Fulero, CAE Brimacombe
Law and Human behavior 22 (6), 603, 1998
12111998
Distraction can enhance or reduce yielding to propaganda: Thought disruption versus effort justification.
RE Petty, GL Wells, TC Brock
Journal of Personality and social Psychology 34 (5), 874, 1976
9061976
Improving eyewitness identifications from lineups: Simultaneous versus sequential lineup presentation.
RC Lindsay, GL Wells
Journal of Applied Psychology 70 (3), 556, 1985
7961985
Applied eyewitness-testimony research: System variables and estimator variables.
GL Wells
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 36 (12), 1546, 1978
7951978
The effects of over head movements on persuasion: Compatibility and incompatibility of responses
GL Wells, RE Petty
Basic and applied social psychology 1 (3), 219-230, 1980
6761980
" Good, you identified the suspect": Feedback to eyewitnesses distorts their reports of the witnessing experience.
GL Wells, AL Bradfield
Journal of Applied Psychology 83 (3), 360, 1998
6641998
Eyewitness testimony
GL Wells, EA Olson
Annual review of Psychology 54 (1), 277-295, 2003
6272003
What do we know about eyewitness identification?
GL Wells
American Psychologist 48 (5), 553, 1993
6241993
Accuracy, confidence, and juror perceptions in eyewitness identification.
GL Wells, RC Lindsay, TJ Ferguson
Journal of Applied Psychology 64 (4), 440, 1979
5671979
Stimulus sampling and social psychological experimentation
GL Wells, PD Windschitl
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (9), 1115-1125, 1999
5521999
Eyewitness evidence: Improving its probative value
GL Wells, A Memon, SD Penrod
Psychological science in the public interest 7 (2), 45-75, 2006
5242006
Mental simulation of causality.
GL Wells, I Gavanski
Journal of personality and social psychology 56 (2), 161, 1989
4931989
The Psychology of Lineup Identifications1
GL Wells
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 14 (2), 89-103, 1984
4751984
The confidence-accuracy relationship in eyewitness identification: effects of lineup instructions, foil similarity, and target-absent base rates.
N Brewer, GL Wells
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 12 (1), 11, 2006
4182006
From the lab to the police station: A successful application of eyewitness research.
GL Wells, RS Malpass, RCL Lindsay, RP Fisher, JW Turtle, SM Fulero
American Psychologist 55 (6), 581, 2000
3922000
Measuring psychological uncertainty: Verbal versus numeric methods.
PD Windschitl, GL Wells
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 2 (4), 343, 1996
3691996
Eyewitness confidence
GL Wells, DM Murray
Eyewitness testimony: Psychological perspectives 374, 1984
3691984
Can people detect eyewitness-identification accuracy within and across situations?
RC Lindsay, GL Wells, CM Rumpel
Journal of Applied Psychology 66 (1), 79, 1981
3681981
The malleability of eyewitness confidence: Co-witness and perseverance effects.
CA Luus, GL Wells
Journal of Applied Psychology 79 (5), 714, 1994
3581994
The tractability of eyewitness confidence and its implications for triers of fact.
GL Wells, TJ Ferguson, RC Lindsay
Journal of Applied Psychology 66 (6), 688, 1981
3561981
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