Roy Malpass

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Psychology University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX, United States 
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Patricia Devine research assistant UT El Paso
Lisa D. Topp grad student 2008 UT El Paso
Stephen J. Ross grad student 2004-2008 UT El Paso
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Topp-Manriquez LD, Mcquiston D, Malpass RS. (2014) Facial composites and the misinformation effect: How composites distort memory Legal and Criminological Psychology
Malpass RS, Tredoux CG, McQuiston-Surrett D. (2009) Public policy and sequential lineups Legal and Criminological Psychology. 14: 1-12
Malpass RS, Tredoux CG, McQuiston-Surrett D. (2009) Response to Lindsay, Mansour, Beaudry, Leach and Bertrand's 'Sequential lineup presentation: Patterns and policy' Legal and Criminological Psychology. 14: 25-30
Malpass RS, Ross SJ, Meissner CA, et al. (2009) The Need for Expert Psychological Testimony on Eyewitness Identification Expert Testimony On the Psychology of Eyewitness Identification
Ross SJ, Malpass RS. (2008) Moving forward: response to "Studying eyewitness investigations in the field". Law and Human Behavior. 32: 16-21
Malpass RS, Tredoux CG, Compo NS, et al. (2008) Study space analysis for policy development Applied Cognitive Psychology. 22: 789-801
McQuiston-Surrett D, Topp LD, Malpass RS. (2006) Use of facial composite systems in US law enforcement agencies Psychology, Crime and Law. 12: 505-517
Malpass RS. (2006) A policy evaluation of simultaneous and sequential lineups Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 12: 394-418
McQuiston-Surrett D, Malpass RS, Tredoux CG. (2006) Sequential vs. simultaneous lineups: A review of methods, data, and theory Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 12: 137-169
MacLin OH, Zimmerman LA, Malpass RS. (2005) PC_Eyewitness and the sequential superiority effect: computer-based lineup administration. Law and Human Behavior. 29: 303-21
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