Jennifer M. Schaaf, Ph.D.

2000 University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
Cognitive Psychology, Developmental Psychology
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Gail S. Goodman grad student 2000 UC Davis
 (Do children believe misleading information? Investigating the effects of postevent misinformation using the logic of opposition instruction.)
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Schaaf JM, Bederian-Gardner D, Goodman GS. (2015) Gating Out Misinformation: Can Young Children Follow Instructions to Ignore False Information? Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 33: 390-406
Block SD, Shestowsky D, Segovia DA, et al. (2012) "That never happened": adults' discernment of children's true and false memory reports. Law and Human Behavior. 36: 365-74
Schaaf JM, Alexander KW, Goodman GS. (2008) Children's false memory and true disclosure in the face of repeated questions. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 100: 157-85
Edelstein RS, Alexander KW, Shaver PR, et al. (2004) Adult attachment style and parental responsiveness during a stressful event. Attachment & Human Development. 6: 31-52
Quas JA, Schaaf JM. (2002) Children's memories of experienced and nonexperienced events following repeated interviews. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 83: 304-38
Weede Alexander K, Goodman GS, Schaaf JM, et al. (2002) The role of attachment and cognitive inhibition in children's memory and suggestibility for a stressful event. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 83: 262-90
Goodman GS, Batterman-Faunce JM, Schaaf JM, et al. (2002) Nearly 4 years after an event: children's eyewitness memory and adults' perceptions of children's accuracy. Child Abuse & Neglect. 26: 849-84
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