Stephanie Madon

Psychology Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
"Stephanie Madon"
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Yang Y, Moody SA, Cabell JJ, et al. (2019) Why suspects confess: The power of outcome certainty. Law and Human Behavior. 43: 468-476
Guyll M, Yang Y, Madon S, et al. (2019) Mobilization and resistance in response to interrogation threat. Law and Human Behavior. 43: 307-318
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
Smalarz L, Madon S, Turosak A. (2018) Defendant stereotypicality moderates the effect of confession evidence on judgments of guilt. Law and Human Behavior
Willard J, Guyll M, Madon S, et al. (2017) Relationship Closeness and Self-reported Willingness to Falsely Take the Blame. Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Yang Y, Guyll M, Madon S. (2016) The Interrogation Decision-Making Model: A General Theoretical Framework for Confessions. Law and Human Behavior
Madon S, Guyll M, Yang Y, et al. (2016) A Biphasic Process of Resistance Among Suspects: The Mobilization and Decline of Self-Regulatory Resources. Law and Human Behavior
Smalarz L, Madon S, Yang Y, et al. (2016) The Perfect Match: Do Criminal Stereotypes Bias Forensic Evidence Analysis? Law and Human Behavior
Willard J, Madon S, Curran T. (2015) Taking Blame for Other People's Misconduct. Behavioral Sciences & the Law
Yang Y, Madon S, Guyll M. (2015) Short-sighted confession decisions: the role of uncertain and delayed consequences. Law and Human Behavior. 39: 44-52
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