Citations

Eyewitness Identification:

  1. Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Knuycky, L. R., Clevinger, A., & Capodanno, M. (2017). Wrongful convictions and stereotypical Black features:  When a face-type facilitates misidentification.  Legal and Criminological Psychology, 22(2), 350–358. https://doi.org/10.1111/lcrp.12105
  2. Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Cavrak, S. E., & Knuycky, L. R. (2015). Do police officer’s beliefs about emotional witnesses influence the questions they ask? Applied Cognitive Psychology, 29, 314-319. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/acp.3111 
  3. Knuycky, L. R., Kleider, H. M., & Cavrak, S. E., (2014).  Lineup Misidentifications:
    When being “prototypically Black” is perceived as criminal. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28,39-46. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/acp.2954 
  4. Kleider, H. M., Pezdek, K., Goldinger, S. D. & Kirk, A. (2008). Schema-Driven source misattributions errors: Remembering the expected from a witnessed event.  Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22, 1-20 http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/acp.1361 

False Memory:

  1. Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Grant, A., & Turner, J. A. (2019). Common cortical areas involved in both auditory and visual imageries for novel stimuli. Experimental Brain Research. 237(5), 1279-1287. PMID: 30859240
  2. Kleider, H. M., Goldinger, S. D. & Knuycky, L. (2008). Stereotypes influence false memory for imagined events. Memory, 16, 91-114. PMID: 18286415
  3. Kleider, H. M., & Goldinger, S. D. (2004).  Illusions of face memory:  Clarity breeds familiarity.  Journal of Memory and Language, 50,196-211.  PMCID: 5676565

Face Perception:

  1. Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Bond, A., & Hegerty, S. A. (2016). Black stereotypical features:  When a face-type can get you in trouble.  Current Directions in Psychological Science, 26(1), 28–33. https://doi.org/10.1177/0963721416667916
  2. Kleider, H. M.,Cavrak, S.E., & Knuycky, L. R. (2012). Looking like a criminal:
    Stereotypical Black facial features promote face categorization error.  Memory & Cognition,40, 1200-1213. PMID: 22773417
  3. Kleider, H. M.,Knuycky, L. R., & Cavrak, S. E.  (2012). Deciding the fate of others: The cognitive underpinnings of racially biased juror-decision-making.  The Journal of General Psychology, 139, 175-193. PMID: 24837019 
  4. Kleider-Offutt, H. M. (2019). Afraid of one afraid of all:  When threat associations spread across face-types. The Journal of General Psychology, 146(1), 93-110. PMID: 30663512

Decision Making and Individual Differences:

  1. Kleider, H. M., Parrott, D. J. & King, T. Z. (2010).  Shooting behavior: How working memory, arousal and affect influence police officer shoot decisions. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 24, 707-717. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/acp.1580
  2. Kleider-Offutt, H. M., Clevinger, A., & Bond, A.(2016). Working memory and cognitive load in the legal system:  Influences on police shooting decisions, interrogation, and jury decisions.  Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5(4), 426–433. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jarmac.2016.04.008
  3. Goldinger, S. D., Kleider, H. M., Azuma, T., & Beike, D. R. (2003). “Blaming the victim” under memory load. Psychological Science, 14 (1), 81-85. PMID: 12564759