Christopher J. Normile

Psychology Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant, MI, United States 
Applied Memory, Law Psychology, Cognition
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Scherr KC, Normile CJ. (2022) False confessions predict a delay between release from incarceration and official exoneration. Law and Human Behavior. 46: 67-80
Scherr KC, Normile CJ, Luna S, et al. (2020) False admissions of guilt associated with wrongful convictions undermine people’s perceptions of exonerees. Psychology, Public Policy and Law. 26: 233-244
Catlin M, Scherr KC, Barlett CP, et al. (2019) Bounded Blame: The Effects of Victim-Perpetrator Relationship and Victimization History on Judgments of Sexual Violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 886260519846863
Mindthoff A, Evans JR, Perez G, et al. (2019) Juror Perceptions of Intoxicated Suspects’ Interrogation-Related Behaviors Criminal Justice and Behavior. 47: 222-246
Normile CJ, Bloesch EK, Davoli CC, et al. (2019) Introducing the new statistics in the classroom. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology. 5: 162-168
Normile CJ, Scherr KC. (2018) Police tactics and guilt status uniquely influence suspects' physiologic reactivity and resistance to confess. Law and Human Behavior
Mindthoff A, Evans JR, Perez G, et al. (2018) A survey of potential jurors’ perceptions of interrogations and confessions. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 24: 430-448
Scherr KC, Normile CJ, Putney H. (2018) Perpetually stigmatized: False confessions prompt underlying mechanisms that motivate negative perceptions of exonerees. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. 24: 341-352
Scherr KC, Normile CJ, Sarmiento MC. (2018) Correction to: Reluctant to embrace innocence: an experimental test of persevering culpability judgments on people’s willingness to support reintegration services for exonerees Journal of Experimental Criminology. 14: 539-540
Scherr KC, Normile CJ, Bierstetel SJ, et al. (2017) Knowingly but Naively: The Overpowering Influence of Innocence on Interrogation Rights Decision-Making. Law and Human Behavior
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