G Daniel Lassiter

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
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Timothy D. Wilson grad student 1984 UVA


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Connie T. Wolfe research assistant 1989-1993
Melissa J Beers grad student 1992-1997 Ohio University
Andrew L. Geers grad student 2001 Ohio University
Patrick J. Munhall grad student 2002 Ohio University
Ian M. Handley grad student 2003 Ohio University
Lezlee J. Ware grad student 2009 Ohio University
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González-Vallejo C, Stewart TR, Lassiter GD, et al. (2014) How necessary is the unconscious as a predictive, explanatory, or prescriptive construct? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 37: 28
González-Vallejo C, Cheng J, Phillips N, et al. (2014) Early positive information impacts final evaluations: No deliberation-without-attention effect and a test of a dynamic judgment model Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 27: 209-225
Lassiter GD. (2010) Psychological science and sound public policy: video recording of custodial interrogations. The American Psychologist. 65: 768-79
Lassiter GD, Lindberg MJ. (2010) Video recording custodial interrogations: Implications of psychological science for policy and practice Journal of Psychiatry and Law. 38: 177-192
Ratcliff JJ, Lassiter GD, Jager VM, et al. (2010) The hidden consequences of racial salience in videotaped interrogations and confessions Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 16: 200-218
Lassiter GD, Lindberg MJ, González-Vallejo C, et al. (2009) The deliberation-without-attention effect: evidence for an artifactual interpretation. Psychological Science. 20: 671-5
Snyder CJ, Lassiter GD, Lindberg MJ, et al. (2009) Videotaped interrogations and confessions: does a dual-camera approach yield unbiased and accurate evaluations? Behavioral Sciences & the Law. 27: 451-66
Geers AL, Wellman JA, Lassiter GD. (2009) Dispositional optimism and engagement: the moderating influence of goal prioritization. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 96: 913-32
Lassiter GD, Ware LJ, Ratcliff JJ, et al. (2009) Evidence of the camera perspective bias in authentic videotaped interrogations: Implications for emerging reform in the criminal justice system Legal and Criminological Psychology. 14: 157-170
Ware LJ, Lassiter GD, Patterson SM, et al. (2008) Camera perspective bias in videotaped confessions: evidence that visual attention is a mediator. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied. 14: 192-200
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