Richard A. Wise, Ph.D.

2003 The Catholic University of America, Washington, DC 
General Psychology, Law
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Martin A. Safer grad student 2003 Catholic University
 (A survey of judges' knowledge of eyewitness testimony.)
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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
Pawlenko NB, Safer MA, Wise RA, et al. (2013) A teaching aid for improving jurors' assessments of eyewitness accuracy Applied Cognitive Psychology. 27: 190-197
Wise RA, King AR, Miller JC, et al. (2011) When HIPAA and FERPA Apply to University Training Clinics Training and Education in Professional Psychology. 5: 48-56
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
Wise RA, Pawlenko NB, Safer MA, et al. (2009) What US prosecutors and defence attorneys know and believe about eyewitness testimony Applied Cognitive Psychology. 23: 1266-1281
Wise RA, King AR. (2008) Family environment as a predictor of the quality of college students' friendships Journal of Family Issues. 29: 828-848
Magnussen S, Wise RA, Raja AQ, et al. (2008) What judges know about eyewitness testimony: A comparison of Norwegian and US judges Psychology, Crime and Law. 14: 177-188
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