William Blake Erickson
William Blake Erickson
Texas A&M University - San Antonio
Verified email at tamusa.edu
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Effects of distance on face recognition: Implications for eyewitness identification
JM Lampinen, WB Erickson, KN Moore, A Hittson
Psychonomic bulletin & review 21 (6), 1489-1494, 2014
452014
A decade of evolving composites: regression-and meta-analysis
CD Frowd, WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, FC Skelton, AH McIntyre, ...
Journal of Forensic Practice, 2015
322015
The weapon focus effect in target‐present and target‐absent line‐ups: The roles of threat, novelty, and timing
WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, JK Leding
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (3), 349-359, 2014
322014
Eyewitness identifications by older and younger adults: A meta-analysis and discussion
WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, KN Moore
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 31 (2), 108-121, 2016
272016
Prospective person memory: The role of self-efficacy, personal interaction, and multiple images in recognition of wanted persons
JM Lampinen, CR Curry, WB Erickson
Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology 31 (1), 59-70, 2016
172016
Mighty Morphin’age progression: how artist, age range, and morphing influences the similarity of forensic age progressions to target individuals
JM Lampinen, WB Erickson, C Frowd, G Mahoney
Psychology, Crime & Law 21 (10), 952-967, 2015
112015
When age-progressed images are unreliable: The roles of external features and age range
WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, CD Frowd, G Mahoney
Science & Justice 57 (2), 136-143, 2017
82017
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
The effects of simulated distance on recognition of same race and other race faces
JM Lampinen, A Roush, WB Erickson, KN Moore, B Race
Visual Cognition 23 (6), 678-698, 2015
82015
Estimating the appearance of the missing: Forensic age progression in the search for missing persons
JM Lampinen, WB Erickson, CD Frowd, G Mahoney
Handbook of missing persons, 251-269, 2016
52016
Locating missing persons using age-progression images from forensic artists
C Frowd, WB Erickson, JM Lampinen
2014 Fifth International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies, 1-1, 2014
42014
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
22020
The most compelling research on handedness is mixed
D Weatherford, WB Erickson
Psyccritiques 61 (35), 2016
12016
Facial stereotypes and perceived mental illness
CD Frowd, S Underwood, P Athwal, JM Lampinen, WB Erickson, ...
2015 Sixth International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies (EST …, 2015
12015
Parental reference photos do not always improve the accuracy of forensic age progressions
AC Provenzano, JM Lampinen, WB Erickson, C Frowd, G Mahoney
Science & Justice 60 (6), 522-530, 2020
2020
Recognition Training for Faces Across Age Gaps
WB Erickson
2016
Temporal Shifts in Weapon Focus: Comparing Retrograde and Anterograde Effects
WB Erickson
2012
The Most Compelling Research on Handedness is Mixed
DR Weatherford, WB Erickson
PsycCRITIQUES 61 (35), 0
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WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, JK Leding, WB Erickson, JM Lampinen, ...
Cognitive Psychology 28 (3), 349-359, 0
When Snitches Corroborate: Effects of Post-Identification Feedback from a Potentially Compromised Source William Blake Erickson1, James Michael Lampinen1, Alex Wooten2, Stacy A …
JS Neuschatz, WB Erickson
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