Otto H. MacLin, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, IA, United States 
Area:
Cognitive Psychology, Face Recognition, Eyewitness Memory
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MacLin OH, MacLin MK. (2011) The Role of Racial Markers in Race Perception and Racial Categorization The Science of Social Vision
MacLin OH, Peterson DJ. (2010) The 'bookshelf illusion'--a real-world Zöllner-type illusion? Perception. 39: 570-2
Marcon JL, Meissner CA, Frueh M, et al. (2010) Perceptual identification and the cross-race effect Visual Cognition. 18: 767-779
MacLin OH, Tapscott R, Maclin MK. (2010) Face recognition in context: A case study of tips on a call-in crime tv show North American Journal of Psychology. 12: 459-468
MacLin OH, Peterson DJ, Hashman C, et al. (2009) PsychoPro 2.0: using multidimensional scaling to examine the perceptual categorization of race. Behavior Research Methods. 41: 668-74
MacLin OH, MacLin MK, Peterson D, et al. (2009) Social psychophysics: using psychophysics to answer "social" questions with PsychoPro. Behavior Research Methods. 41: 623-32
MacLin MK, Downs C, MacLin OH, et al. (2009) The effect of defendant facial expression on mock juror decision-making: The power of remorse North American Journal of Psychology. 11: 323-332
Somervill JW, Swanson AM, Robertson RL, et al. (2009) Handling a dog by children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: Calming or exciting? North American Journal of Psychology. 11: 111-120
Malpass RS, Tredoux CG, Compo NS, et al. (2008) Study space analysis for policy development Applied Cognitive Psychology. 22: 789-801
Somervill JW, Kruglikova YA, Robertson RL, et al. (2008) Physiological responses by college students to a dog and a cat: Implications for pet therapy North American Journal of Psychology. 10: 519-528
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