Gary Wells, Ph.D.

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Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
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Rod C. L. Lindsay grad student (Neurotree)
Paul Windschitl grad student Iowa State
Amy L. Bradfield grad student 2001 Iowa State
Steve D. Charman grad student 2006 Iowa State
Lisa E. Hasel grad student 2008 Iowa State
Deah S. Quinlivan grad student 2011 Iowa State
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Smith AM, Lindsay RC, Wells GL. (2016) A Bayesian Analysis on the (Dis)Utility of Iterative-Showup Procedures: The Moderating Impact of Prior Probabilities. Law and Human Behavior
Wells GL, Yang Y, Smalarz L. (2015) Eyewitness identification: Bayesian information gain, base-rate effect equivalency curves, and reasonable suspicion. Law and Human Behavior. 39: 99-122
Wells GL, Steblay NK, Dysart JE. (2015) Double-blind photo lineups using actual eyewitnesses: an experimental test of a sequential versus simultaneous lineup procedure. Law and Human Behavior. 39: 1-14
Smalarz L, Wells GL. (2015) Contamination of Eyewitness Self-Reports and the Mistaken-Identification Problem Current Directions in Psychological Science. 24: 120-124
Wells GL, Smith AM, Smalarz L. (2015) ROC analysis of lineups obscures information that is critical for both theoretical understanding and applied purposes Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
Wells GL, Smalarz L, Smith AM. (2015) ROC analysis of lineups does not measure underlying discriminability and has limited value Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition
Steblay NK, Dysart JE, Wells GL. (2015) An unrepresentative sample is unrepresentative regardless of the reason: a rejoinder to Amendola and Wixted Journal of Experimental Criminology. 11: 295-298
Wells GL, Dysart JE, Steblay NK. (2015) The flaw in Amendola and Wixted’s conclusion on simultaneous versus sequential lineups Journal of Experimental Criminology. 11: 285-289
Smalarz L, Greathouse SM, Wells GL, et al. (2015) Psychological science on eyewitness identification and the U.S. supreme court: Reconsiderations in light of DNA-exonerations and the science of eyewitness identification The Witness Stand and Lawrence S. Wrightsman, Jr.. 17-39
Wells GL. (2014) Eyewitness Identification: Probative Value, Criterion Shifts, and Policy Regarding the Sequential Lineup Current Directions in Psychological Science. 23: 11-16
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