Margaret Bull Kovera

Affiliations: 
1993-1995 Psychology Reed College, Portland, OR 
 1995-2004 Psychology Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
 2004- Psychology City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
Area:
Social Psychology, Law
Website:
http://www.margaretkovera.com
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Wells GL, Kovera MB, Douglass AB, et al. (2020) Policy and procedure recommendations for the collection and preservation of eyewitness identification evidence. Law and Human Behavior. 44: 3-36
Chorn JA, Kovera MB. (2019) Variations in reliability and validity do not influence judge, attorney, and mock juror decisions about psychological expert evidence. Law and Human Behavior. 43: 542-557
Vitriol JA, Kovera MB. (2019) Exposure to capital voir dire may not increase convictions despite increasing pretrial presumption of guilt. Law and Human Behavior. 42: 472-483
Kovera MB. (2019) Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice System: Prevalence, Causes, and a Search for Solutions Journal of Social Issues. 75: 1139-1164
Modjadidi K, Kovera MB. (2018) Viewing videotaped identification procedure increases juror sensitivity to single-blind photo-array administration. Law and Human Behavior. 42: 244-257
Zimmerman DM, Chorn JA, Rhead LM, et al. (2017) Memory strength and lineup presentation moderate effects of administrator influence on mistaken identifications. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 23: 460-473
Kovera MB, Evelo AJ. (2017) The case for double-blind lineup administration. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 23: 421-437
Jones AM, Kovera MB. (2015) A Demonstrative Helps Opposing Expert Testimony Sensitize Jurors to the Validity of Scientific Evidence Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. 15: 401-422
Rhead LM, Rodriguez DN, Korobeynikov V, et al. (2015) The Effects of Lineup Administrator Influence and Mortality Salience on Witness Identification Accuracy Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. 15: 248-274
Austin JL, Kovera MB. (2015) Cross-examination educates jurors about missing control groups in scientific evidence Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 21: 252-264
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