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Publications:
Levels of Processing and Memory Awareness when Recognising Own-race versus Other-race Faces: Implications for Eye-witness Memory

The study employed the remember-know paradigm to investigate levels-of-processing effects in recognition memory for same- versus other-race faces. The results do not support the depth of processing hypothesis.

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Are Our Students Evolving into Critical Thinkers? Darwin Forbid!

This paper proposes a neurodevelopmental model of critical thinking, where the process of becoming a critical thinker is framed on the "ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny" assumption regarding the human mind evolution.

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Published online: August 6, 2014

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The Effect of Immediate Forced False Responses on Delayed Recognition Memory Accuracy and Confidence Ratings

The study investigated the effect of immediate forced false responses on delayed recognition memory accuracy and confidence ratings for a simulated crime scene. Experiment in Progress.

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