"Christian A. Meissner"
TitleCited byYear
Thirty years of investigating the own-race bias in memory for faces: A meta-analytic review.
CA Meissner, JC Brigham
Psychology, Public Policy, & Law 7 (1), 3-35, 2001
16852001
"He's guilty!": investigator bias in judgments of truth and deception.
CA Meissner, SM Kassin
Law & Human Behavior 26, 469-480, 2002
5622002
Police interviewing and interrogation: A self-report survey of police practices and beliefs
SM Kassin, RA Leo, CA Meissner, KD Richman, LH Colwell, AM Leach, ...
Law & Human Behavior 31 (4), 381-400, 2007
4322007
The Cognitive Interview: A meta-analytic review and study space analysis of the past 25 years.
A Memon, CA Meissner, J Fraser
Psychology, Public Policy, & Law 16 (4), 340, 2010
4072010
Investigating true and false confessions within a novel experimental paradigm
MB Russano, CA Meissner, FM Narchet, SM Kassin
Psychological Science 16 (6), 481-486, 2005
3452005
"I'd know a false confession if I saw one": a comparative study of college students and police investigators.
SM Kassin, CA Meissner, RJ Norwick
Law & Human Behavior 29 (2), 211-228, 2005
3402005
Racial bias in mock juror decision-making: A meta-analytic review of defendant treatment.
TL Mitchell, RM Haw, JE Pfeifer, CA Meissner
Law & Human Behavior 29 (6), 621-637, 2005
3362005
A meta‐analysis of the verbal overshadowing effect in face identification
CA Meissner, JC Brigham
Applied Cognitive Psychology 15 (6), 603-616, 2001
2692001
Eyewitness decisions in simultaneous and sequential lineups: A dual-process signal detection theory analysis
CA Meissner, CG Tredoux, JF Parker, OH MacLin
Memory & Cognition 33 (5), 783-792, 2005
2012005
Social and cognitive factors affecting the own-race bias in Whites
AE Slone, JC Brigham, CA Meissner
Basic & Applied Social Psychology 22 (2), 71-84, 2000
1922000
Memory for own‐and other‐race faces: A dual‐process approach
CA Meissner, JC Brigham, DA Butz
Applied Cognitive Psychology 19 (5), 545-567, 2005
1822005
The influence of retrieval processes in verbal overshadowing
CA Meissner, JC Brigham, CM Kelley
Memory & Cognition 29 (1), 176-186, 2001
1562001
Accusatorial and information-gathering interrogation methods and their effects on true and false confessions: A meta-analytic review
CA Meissner, AD Redlich, SW Michael, JR Evans, CR Camilletti, S Bhatt, ...
Journal of Experimental Criminology 10, 459-486, 2014
1302014
Registered replication report: Schooler & Engstler-Schooler (1990).
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, © Bahník, S Birch, B Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
1292014
Modeling the influence of investigator bias on the elicitation of true and false confessions
FM Narchet, CA Meissner, MB Russano
Law & Human Behavior 35 (6), 452-465, 2011
1292011
You’re guilty, so just confess!
CA Meissner, SM Kassin
Interrogations, confessions, and entrapment, 85-106, 2004
1282004
Does training improve the detection of deception? A meta-analysis
V Hauch, SL Sporer, SW Michael, CA Meissner
Communication Research 43, 283-343, 2016
1202016
Can intuition improve deception detection performance?
JS Albrechtsen, CA Meissner, KJ Susa
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 1052-1055, 2009
1192009
Criminal versus HUMINT interrogations: The importance of psychological science to improving interrogative practice
JR Evans, CA Meissner, SE Brandon, MB Russano, SM Kleinman
Journal of Psychiatry & Law 38, 215-249, 2010
1102010
Person descriptions as eyewitness evidence
CA Meissner, SL Sporer, JW Schooler
Handbook of eyewitness psychology: Memory for people, 1-34, 2007
1042007
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