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Kyle Scherr

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2015- Psychology Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI, United States 
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Catlin M, Scherr KC, Barlett CP, et al. (2019) Bounded Blame: The Effects of Victim-Perpetrator Relationship and Victimization History on Judgments of Sexual Violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 886260519846863
Madon S, Jussim L, Guyll M, et al. (2018) The accumulation of stereotype-based self-fulfilling prophecies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 115: 825-844
Normile CJ, Scherr KC. (2018) Police tactics and guilt status uniquely influence suspects' physiologic reactivity and resistance to confess. Law and Human Behavior
Franks AS, Scherr KC, Gibson B. (2018) Godless by association: Deficits in trust mediate antiatheist stigma-by-association. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied
Scherr KC, Normile CJ, Bierstetel SJ, et al. (2017) Knowingly but Naively: The Overpowering Influence of Innocence on Interrogation Rights Decision-Making. Law and Human Behavior
Scherr KC, Alberts KM, Franks AS, et al. (2016) Overcoming Innocents' Naiveté: Pre-interrogation Decision-making Among Innocent Suspects. Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Scherr KC, Agauas SJ, Ashby J. (2016) The Text Matters: Eye Movements Reflect the Cognitive Processing of Interrogation Rights Applied Cognitive Psychology. 30: 234-241
Scherr KC, Franks AS. (2015) The world is not fair: an examination of innocent and guilty suspects' waiver decisions. Law and Human Behavior. 39: 142-51
Franks AS, Scherr KC. (2015) Using Moral Foundations to Predict Voting Behavior: Regression Models from the 2012 U.S. Presidential Election Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy
Franks AS, Scherr KC. (2014) A sociofunctional approach to prejudice at the polls: Are atheists more politically disadvantaged than gays and blacks? Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 44: 681-691
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