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Eyewitness Identification

A Bibliography of Research



Author

Title

Subject Matter


Expert Testimony and Eyewitness ID


James Doyle

“The Eyewitness Without The Expert: Trial
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Identification Cases”

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“Expert Psycholo
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Reliability in Ohio”
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“On the General Acceptance” Of Eyewitness
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Experts”,
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“The Case for Expert Testimony about
Eyewitness Memory”
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Testimony” 46 ALR 1047 (1986)

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“Expert Psychological Testimony” (Chapter 8)

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Eyewitness ID in General


John C. Brigham,

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“Disputed Eyewitness Identification Evidence:
Important Legal and Scientific Issues”
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“I’ll Never Forget His Face: The Psychology of
Eyewitness Identification”


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“Eyewitness
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“No Confidence: A Step Toward Accuracy in
Eyewitness Trials”
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“The Unfortunate Faith: A Solution to the
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Author

Title

Subject Matter

Unwarranted Reliance Upon Eyewitness
Testimony”,
Texas Wesleyan Law Review
,
Spring 1999

Identification in general

Elizabeth F. Loftus

“The Eyewitness on Trial”,
Trial
, October 19
80

Eyewitness ID in General

Elizabeth F. Loftus

“Eyewitness Testimony” Harvard University
Press, Chapter 3, “Perceiving Events”

Eyewitness Fallibility

Steven Penrod

“The Accuracy of Eyewitness Identifications
-

is
there a Problem”

Erroneous Convictions ba
sed on
Eyewitness Testimony

Jonathan Schooler

“Consequentiality and Eyewitness Person
Identification”
Applied Cognitive Psychology
,
Vol. 8, 107
-
121 (1994)

Consequentiality

Jonathan Schooler

“The Verbal Overshadowing Effect: Why
Descriptions Impair Face
Recognition”
Memory
and Cognition
, 1997 Vol. 25 (2) 129
-
139

Verbal Overshadowing

Jonathan Schooler

“The Costs and Benefits of Verbally Rehearsing
Memory for Faces” Chapter 4

Verbal Overshadowing

Jonathan Schooler

“Multiple Mechanisms Mediate Individual
D
ifferences in Eyewitness Accuracy and
Suggestibility” Chapter 10 of
Mechanisms of
Everyday Cognition

Eyewitness Errors

Jonathan Schooler

“Verbal Overshadowing of Visual Memories:
Some Things are Better Left Unsaid”
Cognitive
Psychology

22, 36
-
71 (1990)

Ve
rbal Overshadowing

Gary Wells, et al

“From the Lab to the Police Station, A Successful
Application of Eyewitness Research”

American Psychologist
, June 2000, Vol. 55,

No. 6

National guidelines for the
collection and preservation of
eyewitness evidence

Ga
ry Wells, et al

“Eyewitness Identification Procedures:
Recommendations for Lineups and Photo
spreads”,
Law and Human Behavior
, Vol. 22, No.
6, 1998

Conducting Lineups and Photo
spreads for Eyewitness ID

Gary Wells

“Good, You Identified the Suspect: Feedba
ck to
Eyewitnesses Distorts Their Reports of the
Witnessing Experience”
Journal of Applied
Psychology
, 1998, Vol. 83, No. 3, 360
-
376

Eyewitness Feedback

Gary Wells

“Eyewitness Testimony”
Annual Review
Psychology
, 2003

Accuracy of Eyewitness
Identification

Gary Wells

“What is Wrong with the Manson v. Braithwaite
Test of Eyewitness Identification Accuracy”

Draft Paper


Cross
-
Racial ID


John Gibeaut

“Yes, I’m Sure That’s Him”,

Trends in the Law
, June 27, 2000

Cross
-
racial ID

Author

Title

Subject Matter

David Rudolf

“Jury Instruction

on Cross
-
Racial Identification”

Criminal Justice
, September 20, 1999

Cross
-
Racial ID

John P. Rutledge

“They All Look Alike: The Inaccuracy of Cross
-

Racial Identification”,
American Journal of

Criminal Law
, Spring 2001, 28 Am. J. Crim. L.
207

Cross
-
Raci
al ID

Sheri Lynn Johnson

“Cross
-
Racial Identification Errors in Criminal
Cases” Cornell Law Review, 69 Cornell L. Rev.
934 (1984)

Cross
-
Racial ID

Harvey Gee

“Eyewitness Testimony and Cross
-
Racial
Identification” New England School of Law, 35
New Eng. L.
Rev. 835 (2001)

Cross
-
Racial ID

Christian A. Meissner

“Thirty Years of Investigating the Own
-
Race
Bias in Memory for Faces a Meta
-
Analytic
Review”
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law
, 7
Psychol. Pub. Pol’y & L. 3 (2001)

Cross
-
Racial ID


Memory Problems


Deborah Davis and
William C. Follette

“Foibles of Witness Memory for Traumatic/High
Profile Events”,
Journal of Air Law and
Commerce
, Fall 2001

Memory and Traumatic Events

Elizabeth Loftus

“Our Changeable Memories: Legal and Practical
Implications”
Nature

Reviews
, March 2003,

Vol. 4

Problems with Memory

Elizabeth Loftus

“Remembering Dangerously”

Memory Problems

Elizabeth Loftus

“Memory Faults and Fixes”
Issues in Science and
Technology
, Summer 2002

Problems with Human Memory

Jonathan Schooler

“Qualitie
s of the Unreal”,
Journal of
Experimental Psychology
, 1986, Vol. 12, No. 2,
171
-
181

Perception Problems with
Memory

Jonathan Schooler

“Memory for Emotional Events”

The Oxford Handbook of Memory

Eyewitness Memory

John C. Yuille

“Some Effects of Alcohol on

Eyewitness
Memory”
Journal of Applied Psychology
, 1990,
Vol. 75, No. 3, 268
-
273

Effects of Alcohol on Memory


News Articles


Cerisse Anderson

“Expert Testimony Allowed on Eyewitness
Reliability”
New York Law Journal
, June 3, 2002

News Article

Karlyn Ba
ker

“Faulty Witness Reports Not Unusual, Stress
Derails Descriptions, Experts Say; Tips Offered
on Giving Accounts”
Washington Post
, 17, 2002,

News Article

October 17, 2002, Page A10

Author

Title

Subject Matter

Steve Chapman

“Your Lyin’ Eyes, What to do about
Eyewitnesses who Get it

Wrong”
Jurisprudence
,
May 14, 2002

Article re: Eyewitness
Identification

Tim Doulin

“OSU
-
area Rapes: Man Vindicated after DNA
Test”
The Columbus Dispatch
, June 30, 1999

News Article

Filed under “E”

Eyewitness Identification,
Truth in Justice

News Articl
e

Editorial (no author)

Filed under “E”

“Three Strikes”,
Washington Post
, April 6, 2003,
B06

New Article

Eric Ferkenhoff

“Man Held Mistakenly is Dropped as Suspect”
Chicago Tribune
, June 9, 2002

News Article

Kathryn Foxhall

“Suddenly, a Big Impact on Cr
iminal Justice”

Monitor on Psychology
, Vol. 31, No. 1, January
2000

News Article

Solomon Fulero

“Recent Cases Focus on False Confessions and
Expert Testimony”
Monitor of Psychology
, Vol.
32, No. 5, May 2001

News Article

Filed under “F”

Interview with Dr.

Solomon on 48 Hours, July
23, 1998

News Article

Sean Gardiner

“Getting it Right: Experts Eye Measures to
Prevent Injustices”
Newsday
, December 11, 2002

News Article

Atul Gawande

“Under Suspicion, the Fugitive Science of
Criminal Justice”,
The New Yorker
, January 8,
2001

Identification

Malcolm Gladwell

“Matters of Choice Muddled by Thought”

Washington Post
, March 4, 1991, A3

News Article

Frank Green

“Eyes Don’t Always Have It”,
Richmond
-
Times
Dispatch
, January 28, 2002

News Article

Sylvia Hsieh

“Crimin
al Defense Lawyers Get New Weapon
against Eyewitnesses’ ID: Justice Department
Issues Guidelines”
Lawyers Weekly USA
,
November 15, 1999

New Article

Amber Hunt

“Expert Cast Doubts on Confessions”
Times
Herald
, March 25, 2001

News Article

Amber Hunt

“Legal

expert: Innocent people sometimes
‘confess’ to crime”
Times Herald
, April 20, 2001

News Article

Mari N. Jensen

“Some Things Just Don’t Translate”

The Dallas Morning News
, September 1, 1997,
Page 6D

News Article

John Keilman

“Expert Witness: Don’t Trust

Your Memory”

Dayton Daily News
, May 27, 1999

News Article

Gina Kilata and Iver
Peterson

“New Way to Insure Eyewitness Can ID The
Right Bad Guy”
NY Times
, 7/21/01

News Article

Gina Kilata

“New Way to Insure Eyewitnesses can ID the
Right Bad Guy”
New York

Times
, July 21, 2001

News Article

Author

Title

Subject Matter

James H. Neal

“Mistaken Identification leads to Mistaken
Conviction in D.C. Purse Snatchings”,
Justice:
Denied

News Article

Tom Perrotta

“Judge Suppresses Identification by Eyewitness”

New York Law Journal, Feb (2000)

N
ew Article

Mary Roach

“When Not to Use Your Head”,
Health
, June
2000

News Article re: Intuition

Tom Schoenberg

“Blink of an Eye, D.C. Cases Test Use of Expert
on Reliability of Eyewitness Testimony”
Legal
Times
, November 8, 1999

News Article

Tom Schoen
berg

“Family Tragedy”
Legal Times
, October 2, 2002

News Article

Margaret Talbot

“True Confessions”
Atlantic Monthly
, November
2002

News Article

Jennifer Thompson

“I Was Certain, but I Was Wrong”
New York
Times
, June 18, 2000

News Article

Rob Warden

“How

Mistaken and Perjured Eyewitness
Identification Testimony put 46 Innocent
Americans on Death Row” Center for Wrongful
Convictions, Northwestern University School of
Law, May 2, 2001

New Article