Lucas, C. A., & Brewer, N. (in press, accepted July 25, 2021). Could precise and replicable manipulations of suspect-filler similarity optimize eyewitness identification performance? Psychology, Public Policy and Law.
Lim, A., Brewer, N., & Young, R. L. (in press, accepted July 19, 2021). Revisiting the relationship between cybercrime, autistic traits, and autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.
Brewer, N., & Doyle, J. (2021). Changing the face of police lineups: Delivering more information from witnesses. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 10, 180-195.
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Brewer, N., Zweck, T., Lucas, C. A., & Guidolin, M. (2021, online ahead of print). Eyewitnesses’ pre-lineup memory strength inferences can influence identification decisions. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology.
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