Siegfried Sporer
Siegfried Sporer
Department of Psychology and Sports Science, University of Giessen, GERMANY
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Choosing, confidence, and accuracy: A meta-analysis of the confidence-accuracy relation in eyewitness identification studies.
SL Sporer, S Penrod, D Read, B Cutler
Psychological Bulletin 118 (3), 315, 1995
Recognizing faces of other ethnic groups: An integration of theories.
SL Sporer
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 7 (1), 36, 2001
When a grandiose self‐image is threatened: Narcissism and self‐concept clarity as predictors of negative emotions and aggression following ego‐threat
TS Stucke, SL Sporer
Journal of personality 70 (4), 509-532, 2002
Paraverbal indicators of deception: A meta‐analytic synthesis
SL Sporer, B Schwandt
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 2006
Moderators of nonverbal indicators of deception: A meta-analytic synthesis.
SL Sporer, B Schwandt
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 13 (1), 1, 2007
The detection of deception with the reality monitoring approach: A review of the empirical evidence
J Masip, SL Sporer, E Garrido, C Herrero
Psychology, Crime & Law 11 (1), 99-122, 2005
The less travelled road to truth: Verbal cues in deception detection in accounts of fabricated and self‐experienced events
SL Sporer
Applied Cognitive Psychology: The Official Journal of the Society for …, 1997
Eyewitness identification accuracy, confidence, and decision times in simultaneous and sequential lineups.
SL Sporer
Journal of Applied Psychology 78 (1), 22, 1993
Reality monitoring and detection of deception.
SL Sporer
Cambridge University Press, 2004
Are computers effective lie detectors? A meta-analysis of linguistic cues to deception
V Hauch, I Blandón-Gitlin, J Masip, SL Sporer
Personality and social psychology Review 19 (4), 307-342, 2015
Does training improve the detection of deception? A meta-analysis
V Hauch, SL Sporer, SW Michael, CA Meissner
Communication Research 43 (3), 283-343, 2016
The cross-race effect: Beyond recognition of faces in the laboratory.
SL Sporer
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 7 (1), 170, 2001
Post‐dicting eyewitness accuracy: Confidence, decision‐times and person descriptions of choosers and non‐choosers
SL Sporer
European Journal of Social Psychology 22 (2), 157-180, 1992
Explicit persuasive intent and its impact on success at persuasion—The determining roles of attractiveness and likeableness
MA Reinhard, M Messner, SL Sporer
Journal of Consumer Psychology 16 (3), 249-259, 2006
Fast and confident: postdicting eyewitness identification accuracy in a field study.
M Sauerland, SL Sporer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 15 (1), 46, 2009
Person descriptions as eyewitness evidence.
CA Meissner, SL Sporer, JW Schooler
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2007
Verbal and nonverbal behaviour as a basis for credibility attribution: The impact of task involvement and cognitive capacity
MA Reinhard, SL Sporer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 477-488, 2008
Psychological issues in eyewitness identification
SL Sporer, RS Malpass, G Koehnken
Psychology Press, 2014
Deep—deeper—deepest? Encoding strategies and the recognition of human faces.
SL Sporer
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 17 (2), 323, 1991
Deception and cognitive load: Expanding our horizon with a working memory model
SL Sporer
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 420, 2016
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