Daniella K. Cash
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A comprehensive evaluation of showups
JS Neuschatz, SA Wetmore, KN Key, DK Cash, SD Gronlund, ...
Advances in psychology and law, 43-69, 2016
362016
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
212015
Expectancy effects in the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response
DK Cash, LL Heisick, MH Papesh
PeerJ 6, e5229, 2018
202018
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
Context influences interpretation of eyewitness confidence statements.
DK Cash, SM Lane
Law and human behavior 41 (2), 180, 2017
102017
The Effects of Pre-admonition Suggestions on Eyewitnesses’ Choosing Rates and Retrospective Identification Judgments
DS Quinlivan, GL Wells, JS Neuschatz, KM Luecht, DK Cash, KN Key
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 32 (3), 236-246, 2017
52017
The Reciprocal Nature of Lying and Memory: Memory Confabulation and Diagnostic Cues to Deception
RE Dianiska, DK Cash, SM Lane, CA Meissner
The Palgrave Handbook of Deceptive Communication, 347-365, 2019
42019
The Effect of Post-ID Feedback on Retrospective Self-Reports in Showups
KN Key, SA Wetmore, DK Cash, JS Neuschatz, SD Gronlund
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 32 (4), 369-377, 2017
32017
Judging memory: strong verbal confidence and lineup context influence inferences about eyewitnesses
DK Cash, SM Lane
Psychology, Crime & Law, 1-21, 2020
2020
The effect of statement type and repetition on deception detection
DK Cash, RE Dianiska, SM Lane
Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications 4 (1), 38, 2019
2019
Age Differences (or Lack Thereof) in Discriminability for Lineups and Showups Kylie N. Key1, Daniella K. Cash2, Jeffrey S. Neuschatz1, Jodi L. Price1, Stacy A. Wetmore3 …
KN Key, DK Cash, JS Neuschatz, JL Price, SA Wetmore
The Reciprocal Nature of Lying and Memory: Memory Confabulation and Diagnostic Cues to Deception Rachel E. Dianiska1, Daniella K. Cash2, Sean M. Lane2, & Christian A. Meissner1 …
RE Dianiska, DK Cash, SM Lane, CA Meissner
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