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Number of items: 13.

2020

Curley, Lee J.; Munro, James; Lages, Martin; MacLean, Rory and Murray, Jennifer (2020). Assessing cognitive bias in forensic decisions: A review and outlook. Journal of Forensic Sciences (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Curley, Lee J.; Munro, James; Lages, Martin; MacLean, Rory and Murray, Jennifer (2020). Authors' Response: Is the definition of task-irrelevant contextual information black and white? Journal of Forensic Sciences (Early Access). restricted access item, not available for direct download

Curley, Lee J.; Munro, James and Lages, Martin (2020). An inconvenient truth: More rigorous and ecologically valid research is needed to properly understand cognitive bias in forensic decisions. Forensic Science International: Synergy (Early Access). file

Curley, Lee John; Munro, James and Lages, Martin (2020). Author Response: No need for throwing stones – wherever you live…. Forensic Science International: Synergy (Early access). file

Curley, Lee J.; Carruthers, Lindsey; Piotrowska, Barbara; Binnie, Daniel and Chamizo Villalta, Adrian (2020). Bilingualism: The foreign language effect does not extend to rational decision making. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis (In Press).

2019

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory; Murray, Jennifer; Laybourn, Phyllis and Brown, David (2019). The bastard verdict and its influence on jurors. Medicine, Science and the Law, 59(1) pp. 26–35. file

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory; Murray, Jennifer; Pollock, Andrew C. and Laybourn, Phyllis (2019). Threshold point utilisation in juror decision-making. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 26(1) pp. 110–128. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2018

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory; Murray, Jennifer and Laybourn, Phyllis (2018). Decision Science: A New Hope. Psychological Reports, 122(6) pp. 2417–2439. file

Curley, Lee J.; Murray, Jennifer; MacLean, Rory; Laybourn, Phyllis and Brown, David (2018). Faith in thy threshold. Medicine, Science and the Law, 58(4) pp. 239–250. file

2017

Curley, Lee J.; MacLean, Rory and Murray, Jennifer (2017). The Relationship between the Big 5 Personality Traits and Eyewitness Recognition. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 13(2) file

Curley, Lee J.; Murray, Jennifer; MacLean, Rory and Laybourn, Phyllis (2017). Are consistent juror decisions related to fast and frugal decision making? Investigating the relationship between juror consistency, decision speed and cue utilisation. Medicine, Science and the Law, 57(4) pp. 211–219. file

Curley, L. J. (2017). Decision making process of jurors. In: Baker, B.; Minhas, R. and Wilson, L. eds. Factbook: Psychology and Law (2nd ed.). Kelowna: European Association of Psychology and Law Student Society.

2016

Curley, Lee J.; Murray, J. and MacLean, R. (2016). Heuristics: The good, the bad, and the biased. What value can bias have for decision makers? Psychology Postgraduate Affairs Group Quarterly(100) pp. 41–44.

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