Richard A. Wise, Ph.D.
|2003||The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC|
Area:General Psychology, Law
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|Safer MA, Murphy RP, Wise RA, et al. (2016) Educating jurors about eyewitness testimony in criminal cases with circumstantial and forensic evidence. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry|
|Wechsler HJ, Kehn A, Wise RA, et al. (2015) Attorney beliefs concerning scientific evidence and expert witness credibility. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry|
|Wise RA, Sartori G, Magnussen S, et al. (2014) An examination of the causes and solutions to eyewitness error. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 5: 102|
|Magnussen S, Safer MA, Sartori G, et al. (2013) What Italian Defense Attorneys Know about Factors Affecting Eyewitness Accuracy: A Comparison with U.S. and Norwegian Samples. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 4: 28|
|Miller JC, Ruthig JC, Bradley AR, et al. (2009) Learning effects in the block design task: a stimulus parameter-based approach. Psychological Assessment. 21: 570-7|