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Submissions from 2019

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Evaluating Motivational Interviewing and Habit Formation to Enhance the Effect of Activity Trackers on Healthy Adults’ Activity Levels: Randomized Intervention, Laura D. Ellingson, Jeni E. Lansing, Kathryn J. DeShaw, Karissa L. Peyer, Yang Bai, Maria Perez, L. Alison Phillips, and Gregory Welk

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Visual stabilization of balance in virtual reality using the HTC Vive, Jonathan W. Kelly, Brenna Klesel, and Lucia A. Cherep

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Telling a good story: The effects of memory retrieval and context processing on eyewitness suggestibility, Jessica A. LaPaglia and Jason C.K. Chan

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Mistaken Eyewitness Identification Rates Increase When Either Witnessing or Testing Conditions get Worse, Andrew M. Smith, Miko M. Wilford, Adele Quigley-McBride, and Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 2018

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Testing potentiates new learning across a retention interval and a lag: A strategy change perspective, Jason C.K. Chan, Krista D. Manley, Sara D. Davis, and Karl K. Szpunar

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Questionable Research Practices when Using Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Marcus Crede

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What Shall We Do About Grit? A Critical Review of What We Know and What We Don’t Know, Marcus Crede

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Stress, Dyadic Coping, and Social Support: Moving toward Integration, Carolyn Cutrona, Guy Bodenmann, Ashley K. Randall, Frederick D. Clavél, and Melissa Johnson

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Selection of macroreference frames in spatial memory, Jonathan W. Kelly, Zachary D. Siegel, Lori A. Sjolund, and Marios N. Avraamides

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Do masked-face lineups facilitate eyewitness identification of a masked individual?, Krista D. Manley, Jason C.K. Chan, and Gary L. Wells

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Immediate interviewing increases children's suggestibility in the short term, but not in the long term, Henry Otgaar, Jason C.K. Chan, Bruna Calado, and David La Rooy

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Beyond communication: Episodic memory is key to the self in time, Karl K. Szpunar and Jason C.K. Chan

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Eyewitness Identification, Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 2017

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Retrieval-Enhanced Suggestibility: A Retrospective and a New Investigation, Jason C.K. Chan, Krista D. Manley, and Kathryn Lang

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The Dark Side of Interpolated Testing: Frequent Switching Between Retrieval and Encoding Impairs New Learning, Sara D. Davis, Jason C.K. Chan, and Miko M. Wilford

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Methylation of the oxytocin receptor gene mediates the effect of adversity on negative schemas and depression, Ronald L. Simons, Man Kit Lei, Steven R. H. Beach, Carolyn E. Cutrona, and Robert A. Philibert

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Eyewitness identification performance on showups improves with an additional-opportunities instruction: Evidence for present–absent criteria discrepancy, Andrew M. Smith, Gary L. Wells, R. C. L. Lindsay, and Tiffany Myerson

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A Longitudinal Study of Racial Discrimination and Risk for Death Ideation in African American Youth, Rheeda L. Walker, David Francis, Gene H. Brody, Ronald L. Simons, Carolyn Cutrona, and Frederick X. Gibbons

Submissions from 2016

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Anxiety Mediates Perceived Discrimination and Health in African-American Women, Sierra E. Carter, Rheeda L. Walker, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Ronald L. Simons, and Steven R. H. Beach

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Questionable association between front boarding and air rage, Marcus Crede, Andrew Gelman, and Carol Nickerson

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Habitual Instigation and Habitual Execution: Definition, Measurement, and Effects on Behaviour Frequency, Benjamin Gardner, L. Alison Phillips, and Gaby Judah

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Stress, relationship satisfaction, and health among African American women: Genetic moderation of effects, Man-Kit Lei, Steven R. H. Beach, Ronald L. Simons, Ashley B. Barr, Carolyn E. Cutrona, and Robert A. Philibert

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Modelling management of chronic illness in everyday life: A common-sense approach, Howard Leventhal, L. Alison Phillips, and Edith Burns

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Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans report symptoms consistent with chronic multisymptom illness one year after deployment, Lisa M. McAndrew, Drew A. Helmer, L. Alison Phillips, Helena K. Chandler, Kathleen Ray, and Karen S. Quigley

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Self-Management of Chronic Illness: The Role of 'Habit' vs Reflective Factors in Exercise and Medication Adherence, L. Alison Phillips, Joshua Cohen, Edith Burns, Jessica Abrams, and Steffi Renninger

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Habitual exercise instigation (vs. execution) predicts healthy adults’ exercise frequency, L. Alison Phillips and Benjamin Gardner

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Economic hardship and biological weathering: The epigenetics of aging in a U.S. sample of black women, Ronald L. Simons, Man Kit Lei, Steven R. H. Beach, Robert A. Philibert, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Frederick X. Gibbons, and Ashley Barr

Submissions from 2015

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Leadership Intentions of Young Women: The Direct and Indirect Effects of Social Potency, Dustin Forrest Baker, Lisa M. Larson, and Spurty Surapaneni

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Methylomic Aging as a Window onto the Influence of Lifestyle: Tobacco and Alcohol Use Alter the Rate of Biological Aging, Steven R. H. Beach, Meeshanthini V. Dogan, Man-Kit Lei, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Meg Gerrard, Frederick X. Gibbons, Ronald L. Simons, Gene H. Brody, and Robert A. Philibert

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Retrieval Induces Forgetting, But Only When Nontested Items Compete for Retrieval: Implication for Interference, Inhibition, and Context Reinstatement, Jason C.K. Chan, Matthew R. Erdman, and Sara D. Davis

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Studying on Borrowed Time: How Does Testing Impair New Learning?, Sara D. Davis and Jason C.K. Chan

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Ethnicity and smoking-associated DNA methylation changes at HIV co-receptor GPR15, Meeshanthini V. Dogan, Jinhua Xiang, Steven R. H. Beach, Carolyn Cutrona, Frederick X. Gibbons, Ronald L. Simons, Gene H. Brody, Jack T. Stapleton, and Robert A. Philibert

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Frontal extents in virtual environments are not immune to underperception, Jonathan W. Kelly, William Hammel, Lori A. Sjolund, and Zachary D. Siegel

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Parental Autonomy Support and Career Well-Being: Mediating Effects of Perceived Academic Competence and Volitional Autonomy, Kathryn M. Pesch, Lisa M. Larson, and Spurty Surapaneni

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Stroke and TIA survivors’ cognitive beliefs and affective responses regarding treatment and future stroke risk differentially predict medication adherence and categorised stroke risk, L. Alison Phillips, Michael A. Diefenbach, Jessica Abrams, and Carol R. Horowitz

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Eyewitness Lineups: Identification from, Laura Smalarz and Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 2014

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The effect of smoking on DNA methylation of peripheral blood mononuclear cells from African American women, Meeshanthini V. Dogan, Bridget Shields, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Long Gao, Frederick X. Gibbons, Ronald Simons, Martha Monick, Gene H. Brody, Kai Tan, Steven R. H. Beach, and Robert A. Philibert

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Effects of perceived racial discrimination on health status and health behavior: A differential mediation hypothesis, Frederick X. Gibbons, John H. Kingsbury, Chih-Yuan Weng, Meg Gerrard, Carolyn E. Cutrona, and Thomas A. Wills

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Misleading Suggestions Can Alter Later Memory Reports Even Following a Cognitive Interview, Jessica A. LaPaglia, Miko M. Wilford, Jillian R. Rivard, Jason C.K. Chan, and Ronald P. Fisher

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Graduating with a Science Major: The Roles of First-Year Science Interests and Educational Aspirations, Lisa M. Larson, Kathryn M. Pesch, Verena S. Bonitz, Tsui-Feng Wu, and James D. Werbel

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Predicting Graduation: The Role of Mathematics/Science Self-Efficacy, Lisa M. Larson, Kathryn M. Pesch, Spurty Surapaneni, Verena S. Bonitz, Tsui-Feng Wu, and James D. Werbel

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Predicting Science Achievement in India: Role of Gender, Selfefficacy, Interests, and Effort, Lisa M. Larson, Asha Stephen, Verena S. Bonitz, and Tsui-Feng Wu

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The effect of neighborhood disadvantage, social ties, and genetic variation on the antisocial behavior of African American women: A multilevel analysis, Man-Kit Lei, Ronald L. Simons, Mary Bond Edmond, Leslie Gordon Simons, and Carolyn E. Cutrona

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The Effects of General Social Support and Social Support for Racial Discrimination on African American Women’s Well-Being, Asani H. Seawell, Carolyn E. Cutrona, and Daniel W. Russell

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Retrieval Enhances Eyewitness Suggestibility to Misinformation in Free and Cued Recall, Miko S. Wilford, Jason C.K. Chan, and Sam J. Tuhn

Submissions from 2013

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What would my avatar do? Gaming, pathology, and risky decision making, Kira Bailey, Robert West, and Judson Kuffel

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Impact of child sex abuse on adult psychopathology: A genetically and epigenetically informed investigation, Steven R. H. Beach, Gene H. Brody, Man Kit Lei, Frederick X. Gibbons, Meg Gerrard, Ronald L. Simons, and Carolyn E. Cutrona

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Impairing Existing Declarative Memory in Humans by Disrupting Reconsolidation, Jason C.K. Chan and Jessica A. LaPaglia

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Providing Corrective Feedback During Retrieval Practice Does Not Increase Retrieval-Induced Forgetting, Matthew R. Erdman and Jason C.K. Chan

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Testing Increases Suggestibility for Narrative-based Misinformation But Reduces Suggestibility for Question-based Misinformation, Jessica A. LaPaglia and Jason C.K. Chan

Submissions from 2012

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Genetic moderation of contextual effects on negative arousal and parenting in African-American parents, Steven R. H. Beach, Man Kit Lei, Gene H. Brody, Ronald L. Simons, Carolyn E. Cutrona, and Robert A. Philibert

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Retrieval Can Increase or Decrease Suggestibility Depending on How Memory is Tested: The Importance of Source Complexity, Jason C.K. Chan, Miko M. Wilford, and Katharine L. Hughes

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Retrieval Does Not Always Enhance Suggestibility: Testing Can Improve Witness Identification Performance, Jessica A. LaPaglia and Jason C.K. Chan

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Worklife Across the Lifespan, Lisa M. Larson

Submissions from 2011

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Paradoxical Effects of Testing: Retrieval Enhances Both Accurate Recall and Suggestibility in Eyewitnesses, Jason C.K. Chan and Moses M. Langley

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The Dark Side of Testing Memory: Repeated Retrieval Can Enhance Eyewitness Suggestibility, Jason C.K. Chan and Jessica A. LaPaglia

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Predicting relationship stability among midlife African American couples, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Daniel W. Russell, Rebecca G. Burzette, Kristin A. Wesner, and Chalandra M. Bryant

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Mechanisms of Family Impact on African American Adolescents' HIV-Related Behavior, Steven M. Kogan, Gene H. Brody, Frederick X. Gibbons, Yi-fu Chen, Christina M. Grange, Ronald L. Simons, Meg Gerrard, and Carolyn E. Cutrona

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Distinguishing Beginning Premed Students from their Science Peers: The Salience of Proximal Variables, Lisa M. Larson, Verena S. Bonitz, James D. Werbel, Tsui-Feng Wu, and LeAnn R. Mills

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The Enduring Significance of Racism: Discrimination and Delinquency Among Black American Youth, Monica J. Martin, Bill McCarthy, Rand D. Conger, Frederick X. Gibbons, Ronald L. Simons, Carolyn E. Cutrona, and Gene H. Brody

Submissions from 2010

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Long-term Effects of Testing on the Recall of Nontested Materials, Jason C.K. Chan

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Hostility, relationship quality, and health among African American couples, Max Guyil, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Rebecca G. Burzette, and Daniel W. Russell

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Reference frames during the acquisition and development of spatial memories, Jonathan W. Kelly and Timothy P. McNamara

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Male and Female College Students’ Educational Majors: The Contribution of Basic Vocational Confidence and Interests, Lisa M. Larson, Tsui-Feng Wu, Donna C. Bailey, Fred H. Borgen, and Courtney E. Gasser

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The role of personality in the selection of a major: With and without vocational self-efficacy and interests, Lisa M. Larson, Tsui-Feng Wu, Donna C. Bailey, Courtney E. Gasser, Verena S. Bonitz, and Fred H. Borgen

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Testing Promotes Eyewitness Accuracy with a Warning – Implications for Retrieval Enhanced Suggestibility, Ayanna K. Thomas, John B. Bulevich, and Jason C.K. Chan

Submissions from 2009

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It Takes a Village: Protecting Rural African American Youth in the Context of Racism, Cady Berkel, Velma McBride Murry, Tera R. Hurt, Yi-fu Chen, Gene H. Brody, Ronald L. Simons, Carolyn Cutrona, and Frederick X. Gibbons

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Obtaining and Interpreting Eyewitness Identification Test Evidence: The Influence of Police–Witness Interactions, Neil Brewer and Gary L. Wells

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When does Retrieval Induce Forgetting and When does it Induce Facilitation? Implications for Retrieval Inhibition, Testing Effect, and Text Processing, Jason C.K. Chan

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Recalling a Witnessed Event Increases Eyewitness Suggestibility The Reversed Testing Effect, Jason C.K. Chan, Ayanna K. Thomas, and John B. Bulevich

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Expert Testimony Regarding Eyewitness Identification, Brian L. Cutler and Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 2006

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Career Appraisal, Lisa M. Larson

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Eyewitness identification: Systemic reforms, Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 2005

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Eyewitness Identification Evidence: Science And Reform, Gary L. Wells

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Helping Experimental Psychology Affect Legal Policy, Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 2003

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Neighborhood context and financial strain as predictors of marital interaction and marital quality in African American couples, Carolyn E. Cutrona, Daniel W. Russell, W. Todd Abraham, Kelly A. Gardner, Janet N. Melby, Chalandra Bryant, and Rand D. Conger

Submissions from 2002

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Discrimination, crime, ethnic identity, and parenting as correlates of depressive symptoms among African American children: A multilevel analysis, Ronald L. Simons, Velma Murry, Vonnie McLoyd, Kuei-Hsiu Lin, Carolyn Cutrona, and Rand D. Conger

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Eyewitness Identification: Psychological Aspects, Gary L. Wells

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Eyewitness testimony, Gary L. Wells

Submissions from 1994

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Eyewitness identification confidence, C. A. Elizabeth Luus and Gary L. Wells

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Recommendations for properly conducted lineup identification tasks, Gary L. Wells, Eric P. Seelau, Sheila M. Rydell, and C. A. Elizabeth Luus