Deryn Strange
Deryn Strange
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
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A mega-analysis of memory reports from eight peer-reviewed false memory implantation studies
A Scoboria, KA Wade, DS Lindsay, T Azad, D Strange, J Ost, IE Hyman
Memory 25 (2), 146-163, 2017
Unfair lineups make witnesses more likely to confuse innocent and guilty suspects
MF Colloff, KA Wade, D Strange
Psychological Science 27 (9), 1227-1239, 2016
Trigger warnings are trivially helpful at reducing negative affect, intrusive thoughts, and avoidance
M Sanson, D Strange, M Garry
Clinical Psychological Science 7 (4), 778-793, 2019
Event plausibility does not determine children's false memories
D Strange, R Sutherland, M Garry
Memory 14 (8), 937-951, 2006
Memory distortion for traumatic events: the role of mental imagery
D Strange, MKT Takarangi
Frontiers in psychiatry 6, 123823, 2015
Photographs can distort memory for the news
M Garry, D Strange, DM Bernstein, T Kinzett
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2007
Self-report may underestimate trauma intrusions
MKT Takarangi, D Strange, DS Lindsay
Consciousness and Cognition 27, 297-305, 2014
Drawing out children's false memories
D Strange, M Garry, R Sutherland
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2003
Beliefs about alibis and alibi investigations: A survey of law enforcement
JE Dysart, D Strange
Beliefs and Expectancies in Legal Decision Making, 11-25, 2016
Photographs cause false memories for the news
D Strange, M Garry, DM Bernstein, DS Lindsay
Acta Psychologica 136 (1), 90-94, 2011
A few seemingly harmless routes to a false memory
D Strange, MP Gerrie, M Garry
Cognitive Processing 6 (4), 237-242, 2005
Why errors in alibis are not necessarily evidence of guilt
D Strange, J Dysart, EF Loftus
Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2015
False memories for missing aspects of traumatic events
D Strange, MKT Takarangi
Acta psychologica 141 (3), 322-326, 2012
False memories for dissonance inducing events
DN Rodriguez, D Strange
Memory 23 (2), 203-212, 2015
Believing is seeing: Biased viewing of body-worn camera footage
KA Jones, WE Crozier, D Strange
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 6 (4), 460-474, 2017
A photo, a suggestion, a false memory
D Strange, H Hayne, M Garry
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2008
Memory errors in alibi generation: How an alibi can turn against us
WE Crozier, D Strange, EF Loftus
Behavioral Sciences & the Law 35 (1), 6-17, 2017
Metacognitive and metamemory beliefs in the development and maintenance of posttraumatic stress disorder
MKT Takarangi, RA Smith, D Strange, HD Flowe
Clinical Psychological Science 5 (1), 131-140, 2017
Memory amplification for trauma: Investigating the role of analogue PTSD symptoms in the laboratory
JM Oulton, MKT Takarangi, D Strange
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 42, 60-70, 2016
Objectivity is a myth for you but not for me or police: A bias blind spot for viewing and remembering criminal events.
KA Jones, WE Crozier, D Strange
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (2), 259, 2018
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