Barbara A. Spellman

University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
Reasoning & Memory; Psychology and the Law
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Keith James Holyoak grad student UCLA (Neurotree)


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Elizabeth A. Gilbert grad student 2010- UVA
Alexandra P. Kincannon grad student 2003 UVA (Neurotree)
Molly J. Wilson grad student 2004 UVA (Neurotree)
Jeanine L. Skorinko grad student 2007 UVA (Neurotree)
Sameer Bawa grad student 2008 UVA (Neurotree)
Elizabeth R. Tenney grad student 2011 UVA (Neurotree)
Dieynaba G. Ndiaye grad student 2012 UVA (Neurotree)
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Gruber J, Mendle J, Lindquist KA, et al. (2020) The Future of Women in Psychological Science. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691620952789
Schauer F, Spellman BA. (2020) Probabilistic Causation in the Law Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics-Zeitschrift Fur Die Gesamte Staatswissenschaft. 176: 4
Schauer F, Spellman BA. (2016) Calibrating Legal Judgments Journal of Legal Analysis. 9: 125-151
Spellman BA. (2015) A Short (Personal) Future History of Revolution 2.0. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 886-99
Gilbert EA, Tenney ER, Holland CR, et al. (2015) Counterfactuals, control, and causation: why knowledgeable people get blamed more. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 41: 643-58
Goedert KM, Grimm LR, Markman AB, et al. (2014) Priming interdependence affects processing of context information in causal inference--but not how you might think. Acta Psychologica. 146: 41-50
Spellman BA, Gilbert EA. (2014) Blame, Cause, and Counterfactuals: The Inextricable Link Psychological Inquiry. 25: 245-250
Schauer F, Spellman BA. (2013) Is expert evidence really different? Notre Dame Law Review. 89: 1-26
Skorinko JL, Spellman BA. (2013) Stereotypic Crimes: How Group-Crime Associations Affect Memory and (Sometimes) Verdicts and Sentencing Victims and Offenders. 8: 278-307
Spellman BA. (2012) Scientific Utopia... or Too Much Information? Comment on Nosek and Bar-Anan Psychological Inquiry. 23: 303-304
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