Curt Carlson
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Aging and visual search: Automatic and controlled attentional bias to threat faces
S Hahn, C Carlson, S Singer, SD Gronlund
Acta psychologica 123 (3), 312-336, 2006
1822006
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
1592014
Robustness of the sequential lineup advantage.
SD Gronlund, CA Carlson, SB Dailey, CA Goodsell
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 15 (2), 140, 2009
1372009
Lineup composition, suspect position, and the sequential lineup advantage.
CA Carlson, SD Gronlund, SE Clark
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 14 (2), 118, 2008
1372008
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
An Evaluation of Lineup Presentation, Weapon Presence, and a Distinctive Feature using ROC Analysis
CA Carlson, MA Carlson
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2014
642014
Individual differences predict eyewitness identification performance
S Andersen, C Carlson, M Carlson, S Gronlund
Personality and Individual Differences, 2014
482014
Exploring the sequential lineup advantage using WITNESS
CA Goodsell, SD Gronlund, CA Carlson
Law and human behavior 34 (6), 445-459, 2010
462010
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
422017
Searching for the sequential line-up advantage: A distinctiveness explanation
CA Carlson, SD Gronlund
Memory 19 (8), 916-929, 2011
282011
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
An evaluation of perpetrator distinctiveness, weapon presence, and lineup presentation using ROC analysis
CA Carlson, MA Carlson
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 3, 45-53, 2014
252014
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
212016
A distinctiveness-driven reversal of the weapon focus effect
C Carlson, M Carlson
Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice 8, 36-53, 2012
212012
Influence of a perpetrator's distinctive facial feature on eyewitness identification from simultaneous versus sequential lineups
CA Carlson
Applied Psychology in Criminal Justice 7 (2), 2011
172011
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
152012
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
142016
Episodic memory.
SD Gronlund, CA Carlson, D Tower
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2007
92007
System-based Research on Eyewitness Identification
SD Gronlund, CA Carlson
82013
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