D. Stephen Lindsay, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada 
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Marcia K. Johnson grad student Princeton (Neurotree)
Larry L. Jacoby post-doc McMaster University (Neurotree)


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Jason C.K. Chan research assistant 1999-2001 University of Victoria
Vincenza Gruppuso grad student 2003 University of Victoria (Neurotree)
Justin D. Kantner grad student 2011 University of Victoria (Neurotree)
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Takarangi MK, Lindsay DS, Strange D. (2015) Meta-awareness and the involuntary memory spectrum: Reply to Meyer, Otgaar, and Smeets (2015). Consciousness and Cognition. 34: 1-3
Takarangi MK, Strange D, Lindsay DS. (2014) Self-report may underestimate trauma intrusions. Consciousness and Cognition. 27: 297-305
Kantner J, Lindsay DS. (2014) Cross-situational consistency in recognition memory response bias. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 21: 1272-80
Lindsay DS. (2014) Memory source monitoring applied The Sage Handbook of Applied Memory. 59-75
Perfect TJ, Lindsay DS. (2014) Preface The Sage Handbook of Applied Memory. xx-xxii
Cowan S, Read JD, Lindsay DS. (2014) Predicting and postdicting eyewitness accuracy and confidence Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 3: 21-30
Maclean CL, Brimacombe CA, Lindsay DS. (2013) Investigating industrial investigation: examining the impact of a priori knowledge and tunnel vision education. Law and Human Behavior. 37: 441-53
Kantner J, Lindsay DS. (2013) Top-down constraint on recognition memory. Memory & Cognition. 41: 465-79
Brewer N, Weber N, Wootton D, et al. (2012) Identifying the bad guy in a lineup using confidence judgments under deadline pressure. Psychological Science. 23: 1208-14
Kantner J, Lindsay DS. (2012) Response bias in recognition memory as a cognitive trait. Memory & Cognition. 40: 1163-77
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