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False claims about false memory research
KA Wade, SJ Sharman, M Garry, A Memon, G Mazzoni, H Merckelbach, ...
Consciousness and cognition 16 (1), 18-28, 2007
1332007
Should I believe this? Reality monitoring of accounts of self‐experienced and invented recent and distant autobiographical events
SL Sporer, SJ Sharman
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2006
1022006
The power of the spoken word: Sociolinguistic cues influence the misinformation effect
L Vornik, S Sharman, M Garry
Memory 11 (1), 101-109, 2003
902003
Skill in interviewing reduces confirmation bias
MB Powell, CH Hughes‐Scholes, SJ Sharman
Journal of Investigative Psychology and Offender Profiling 9 (2), 126-134, 2012
842012
A comparison of adult witnesses' suggestibility across various types of leading questions
SJ Sharman, MB Powell
Applied Cognitive Psychology 26 (1), 48-53, 2012
742012
Imagination or exposure causes imagination inflation
SJ Sharman, M Garry, CJ Beuke
The American Journal of Psychology, 157-168, 2004
692004
The relationship between children’s age and disclosures of sexual abuse during forensic interviews
C Leach, MB Powell, SJ Sharman, J Anglim
Child maltreatment 22 (1), 79-88, 2017
632017
Examining memory for heterosexual college students' sexual experiences using an electronic mail diary.
M Garry, SJ Sharman, J Feldman, GA Marlatt, EF Loftus
Health Psychology 21 (6), 629, 2002
622002
Mood and retrieval‐induced forgetting of positive and negative autobiographical memories
CB Harris, SJ Sharman, AJ Barnier, ML Moulds
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2010
602010
Psychotropic placebos create resistance to the misinformation effect
SL Clifasefi, M Garry, DN Harper, SJ Sharman, R Sutherland
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (1), 112-117, 2007
592007
The relationship between investigative interviewing experience and open-ended question usage
MB Powell, CH Hughes-Scholes, R Smith, SJ Sharman
Police Practice and Research 15 (4), 283-292, 2014
582014
Explain this: Explaining childhood events inflates confidence for those events
SJ Sharman, CG Manning, M Garry
Applied Cognitive Psychology 19 (1), 67-74, 2005
582005
Factors related to the accuracy of self-reported dietary intake of children aged 6 to 12 years elicited with interviews: a systematic review
SJ Sharman, H Skouteris, MB Powell, B Watson
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 116 (1), 76-114, 2016
512016
Imagination equally influences false memories of high and low plausibility events
SJ Sharman, A Scoboria
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2009
452009
The effects of practice on children's ability to apply ground rules in a narrative interview
MC Danby, SP Brubacher, SJ Sharman, MB Powell
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 33 (4), 446-458, 2015
422015
Discriminating adults' genuine, imagined, and deceptive accounts of positive and negative childhood events
AJ Barnier, SJ Sharman, L McKay, SL Sporer
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2005
412005
A review of the impact of different types of leading interview questions on child and adult witnesses with intellectual disabilities
PV Bowles, SJ Sharman
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 21 (2), 205-217, 2014
382014
False memories for end-of-life decisions.
SJ Sharman, M Garry, JA Jacobson, EF Loftus, PH Ditto
Health Psychology 27 (2), 291, 2008
362008
The influence of empathy and self-presentation on engagement with social networking website posts
R Mayshak, SJ Sharman, L Zinkiewicz, A Hayley
Computers in Human Behavior 71, 362-377, 2017
342017
Imagination inflation is a fact, not an artifact: A reply to Pezdek and Eddy
M Garry, SJ Sharman, KA Wade, MJ Hunt
Memory & Cognition 29 (5), 719-729, 2001
342001
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