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154 VOLUME 11, NUMBER 5, OCTOBER 2002 Published by Blackwell Publishing Inc. Wells, G.L., Malpass, R.S., Lindsay, Fulero, S. (2000). From the lab to the police station: A successful ap- plication of eyewitness research. American Psychologist , 55 , 581–598. Note 1. Address correspondence to Gary L. Wells, Psychology Department, Iowa State University, Ames, IA 50011; e-mail: glwells@iastate.edu. References The damaging effect of confirming feedback on the relation between eyewitness certainty and identification accuracy. Journal of Applied Psychology , 87 , 112–120. Brewer, N., Keast, A., & Rishworth, A. (2002). Im- proving the confidence-accuracy relation in eyewitness identification: Evidence from cor- relation and calibration. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied , 8 , 44–56. Department of Health and Human Services, Na- tional Center for Health Statistics. (n.d.). Na- tional Health and Nutrition Examination Survey . Retrieved May 22, 2002, from http:// www.cdc.gov/nchs/about/major/nhanes/ datatblelink.htm#unpubtab Dunning, D., & Perretta, S. (in press). Automatic- ity and eyewitness accuracy: A 10 - to - 12 sec- ond rule for distinguishing accurate from inaccurate positive identifications. Journal of Applied Psychology . Illinois Commission on Capital Punishment. (2002, April). Report of the Governor’s Commission on Capital Punishment . Retrieved April 23, 2002, from http://www.idoc.state.il.us/ccp/ccp/ reports/commission_report/ Juslin, P., Olson, N., & Winman, A. (1996). Calibra- tion and diagnosticity of confidence in eyewit- ness identification: Comments on what can and cannot be inferred from a low confidence- accuracy correlation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 5 , 1304–1316. Changing photos of faces: Effects of exposure duration and photo similarity on recognition and the accuracy-confidence relationship. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition , 16 , 870–882. Scheck, B., Neufeld, P., & Dwyer, J. (2000). Actual innocence . New York: Random House. Shaw, J.S., III. (1996). Increases in eyewitness con- fidence resulting from postevent questioning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied , 2 , 126–146. postevent questioning can lead to elevated lev- els of eyewitness confidence. Law and Human Behavior , 20 , 629–654. (1995). Choosing, confidence, and accuracy: A meta-analysis of the confidence-accuracy rela- tion in eyewitness identification studies. Psy- chological Bulletin , 118 , 315–327. Technical Working Group for Eyewitness Evi-
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