Miko M. Wilford
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Appearances can be deceiving: Instructor fluency increases perceptions of learning without increasing actual learning
SK Carpenter, MM Wilford, N Kornell, KM Mullaney
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20, 1350-1356, 2013
Understanding guilty pleas through the lens of social science.
AD Redlich, MM Wilford, S Bushway
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 23 (4), 458, 2017
Retrieval enhances eyewitness suggestibility to misinformation in free and cued recall.
MM Wilford, JCK Chan, SJ Tuhn
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 20 (1), 81, 2014
Retrieval can increase or decrease suggestibility depending on how memory is tested: The importance of source complexity
JCK Chan, MM Wilford, KL Hughes
Journal of Memory and Language 67 (1), 78-85, 2012
Mistaken eyewitness identification rates increase when either witnessing or testing conditions get worse.
AM Smith, MM Wilford, A Quigley-McBride, GL Wells
Law and Human Behavior 43 (4), 358, 2019
Misleading suggestions can alter later memory reports even following a cognitive interview
JA LaPaglia, MM Wilford, JR Rivard, JCK Chan, RP Fisher
Applied Cognitive Psychology 28 (1), 1-9, 2014
Does facial processing prioritize change detection? Change blindness illustrates costs and benefits of holistic processing
MM Wilford, GL Wells
Psychological science 21 (11), 1611-1615, 2010
Forensic science testing: The forensic filler-control method for controlling contextual bias, estimating error rates, and calibrating analysts' reports.
GL Wells, MM Wilford, L Smalarz
Elsevier Science 2 (1), 53, 2013
Plea-bargaining law: The impact of innocence, trial penalty, and conviction probability on plea outcomes
MM Wilford, GL Wells, A Frazier
American Journal of Criminal Justice 46, 554-575, 2021
Eyewitness system variables.
MM Wilford, GL Wells
American Psychological Association, 2013
Bluffed by the dealer: Distinguishing false pleas from false confessions.
MM Wilford, GL Wells
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (2), 158, 2018
The dark side of interpolated testing: Frequent switching between retrieval and encoding impairs new learning
SD Davis, JCK Chan, MM Wilford
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 6 (4), 434-441, 2017
Guilt status influences plea outcomes beyond the shadow-of-the-trial in an interactive simulation of legal procedures.
MM Wilford, KT Sutherland, JE Gonzales, M Rabinovich
Law and Human Behavior 45 (4), 271, 2021
Plea bargaining
MM Wilford, A Shestak, GL Wells
Psychological science and the law, 266-292, 2019
Innocence and plea bargaining
MM Wilford, A Khairalla
A system of pleas: Social sciences contributions to the real legal system …, 2019
Innocence in the shadow of COVID-19: Plea decision making during a pandemic.
MM Wilford, DM Zimmerman, S Yan, KT Sutherland
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 27 (4), 739, 2021
When a plea is no bargain at all: Comparing sentencing outcomes for Massachusetts defendants in non-sexual and sexual crimes
A Frazier, K Shockley, JM Keenan, MM Wilford, JE Gonzales
Alb. L. Rev. 82, 775, 2018
The disappearing trial: How social scientists can help save the jury from extinction
MM Wilford, BH Bornstein
Psychology, Crime & Law 29 (1), 1-24, 2023
Identifying patterns across the six canonical factors underlying wrongful convictions
R Berube, MM Wilford, AD Redlich, Y Wang
The Wrongful Conviction Law Review 3 (3), 166-195, 2022
Deciphering the guilty plea: Where research can inform policy.
MM Wilford, AD Redlich
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 24 (2), 145, 2018
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