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Rivard, J. & Schreiber Compo, N. (2017). Self-reported current practices in child forensic interviewing: Training, tools, and pre-interview preparation. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 35, 253-268. doi: 10.1002/bsl.2290

Evans, J.R., Schreiber Compo, N., Carol, R.N., Schwartz, B.L., Holness, H., Rose, S., & Furton, K.G. (2017). Alcohol intoxication and metamemory: Little evidence that moderate intoxication impairs metacognitive monitoring processes. Applied Cognitive Psychology. doi: 10.1002/acp.3373

Charman, S. D., Reyes, A., Villalba, D., & Evans, J. (2017). The (un)reliability of alibi corroborators: Failure to recognize faces of briefly-encountered strangers puts innocent suspects at risk. Behavioral Sciences and the Law, 35, 18-36. doi: 10.1002/bsl.2264

Charman, S. D., Kavetski, M., & Hirn Mueller, D. (2017). Cognitive bias in the legal system: Police officers evaluate ambiguous evidence in a belief-consistent manner. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 6, 193-202. doi:10.1016/j.jarmac.2017.02.001

Evans, J.R., Pimentel, P.S., Pena, M.M. & Michael, S.W. (2017). The ability to detect false statements as a function of the type of statement and the language proficiency of the statement provider. Psychology, Public Policy, & Law, 23, 290-300. doi: 10.1037/law0000127

Schreiber, N., *Carol, R.N., *Evans, J.E., *Pimentel, P., Nichols-Lopez, K., Holness, H., Rose, S., & Furton, K. (2017). Witness memory and alcohol. The effects of state-dependent recall. Law and Human Behavior, 41, 202-215. doi: 10.1037/lhb0000224.

Charman, S. D., & Quiroz, V. (2016). Blind sequential lineup administration reduces both false identifications and confidence in those identifications. Law and Human Behavior, 40, 477-487. doi: 10.1037/lhb0000197

Leins, D., & Charman, S. D. (2016). Schema reliance and innocent alibi generation. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 21, 111-126. doi: 10.1111/lcrp.12035

Charman, S. D., Carbone, J., Kekesie, S., & Villalba, D. (2016). Evidence evaluation and evidence integration in legal decision-making: Order of evidence presentation as a moderator of context effects. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30, 214-225. doi: 10.1002/acp.3181

Rivard, J., Pena, M. & Schreiber Compo (2016). ‘Blind’ interviewing: Is ignorance bliss? Memory.