Erin K. Morris, Ph.D.

2010 Psychology and Social Behavior - Ph.D. University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA 
Memory, Psychology & Law
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Elizabeth F. Loftus grad student 2010 UC Irvine
 (Statistical probabilities in a forensic context: How do jurors weigh the likelihood of coincidence?)
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Kaasa SO, Morris EK, Loftus EF. (2011) Remembering why: Can people consistently recall reasons for their behaviour? Applied Cognitive Psychology. 25: 35-42
Laney C, Morris EK, Bernstein DM, et al. (2008) Asparagus, a love story: healthier eating could be just a false memory away. Experimental Psychology. 55: 291-300
Berkowitz SR, Laney C, Morris EK, et al. (2008) Pluto behaving badly: false beliefs and their consequences. The American Journal of Psychology. 121: 643-60
Laney C, Kaasa SO, Morris EK, et al. (2008) The Red Herring technique: a methodological response to the problem of demand characteristics. Psychological Research. 72: 362-75
Kaasa SO, Peterson T, Morris EK, et al. (2007) Statistical inference and forensic evidence: evaluating a bullet lead match. Law and Human Behavior. 31: 433-47
Pizarro DA, Laney C, Morris EK, et al. (2006) Ripple effects in memory: judgments of moral blame can distort memory for events. Memory & Cognition. 34: 550-5
Morris EK, Laney C, Bernstein DM, et al. (2006) Susceptibility to memory distortion: how do we decide it has occurred? The American Journal of Psychology. 119: 255-74
Bernstein DM, Laney C, Morris EK, et al. (2005) False beliefs about fattening foods can have healthy consequences. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 102: 13724-31
Bernstein DM, Laney C, Morris EK, et al. (2005) False memories about food can lead to food avoidance Social Cognition. 23: 11-34
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