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Eyewitness Identification: California Reform Redux
Clark, S.E. (2015).  Eyewitness identification: California reform redux. 
Policy Matters, 7, 1-10.

Costs and Benefits of Eyewitness Identification Reform: Psychological Science and Public Policy
Clark, S.E. (2012).  Costs and benefits of eyewitness identification reform:  Psychological science and public policy. 
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 238-259

Eyewitness Identification Reform:  Data, Due Process, and Procedural Justice
Clark, S.E. (2012).  Eyewitness identification reform:  Data, due process, and procedural justice. 
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 279-283.

Lineup Administrator Influences on Eyewitness Identification and Confidence
Clark, S.E., Brower, G., Rosenthal, R., Hicks, J.M., & Moreland, M.B. (2013).  Lineup administrator influences on eyewitness identification and confidence. 
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 2, 158-165.

Evolution of Theory and Data in Eyewitness Identification Reform
Clark, S.E., Moreland, M.B., & Gronlund, S.D. (2014). Evolution of theory and data in eyewitness identification reform. 
Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 21, 251-267.

Eyewitness Identification and the Accuracy of the Criminal Justice System
Clark, S.E., Benjamin, A.S., Wixted, J.T., Mickes, L., & Gronlund, S.D. (2015). Eyewitness identification and the accuracy of the criminal justice system. 
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2, 175-186.

It’s Not Only for the Money:  An Analysis of Adolescent Versus Adult Entry into Street Prostitution
Cobbina, J.E., & Oselin, S.S. (2011).  It’s not only for the money:  An analysis of adolescent versus adult entry into street prostitution,
Sociological Inquiry, 81, 310-332.

Latent Fingerprint Image Segmentation Using Deep Neural Network
Ezeobiejesi, J., & Bhanu, B. (2017).  Latent fingerprint image segmentation using deep neural network.  In B. Bhanu & A. Kuman (Eds.)
Deep Learning for Biometrics. Springer.

Research, Reform, and Reversal
Moreland, M.B., & Clark, S.E. Eyewitness identification:  (2016).  Research, Reform, and Reversal.
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5, 277-283.

You Catch More Flies with Honey: Sex Work, Violence, and Masculinity on the Streets
Oselin, S.S. (2015).  You catch more flies with honey: Sex work, violence, and masculinity on the streets. 
Sociological Forum, 31, 203-222.

Weighing the Consequences of a Deviant Career:  Factors Leading to an Exit from Prostitution
Oselin, S.S. (2010).  Weighing the consequences of a deviant career:  Factors leading to an exit from prostitution. 
Sociological Perspectives, 53, 527-549.

Stress, Interviewer Support, and Children’s Eyewitness Identification Accuracy
Rush, E., Quas, J., Yim, I., Clark, S., Sumaroka, & Larson, R.  (2014). Stress, interviewer support, and children’s eyewitness identification accuracy. 
Child Development, 85, 1292-1305.

Initial Eyewitness Confidence Reliably Predicts Eyewitness Identification Accuracy
Wixted, J.T., Mickes, L, Clark, S.E., Gronlund, S.D., & Roediger, H.L. (2015). Initial Eyewitness confidence reliably predicts eyewitness identification accuracy
.  American Psychologist, 70, 515-526.

Estimating the Reliability of Eyewitness Identifications from Police Lineups
Wixted, J.T., Mickes, L., Dunn, J., Wells, W., & Clark, S.E. (2016). Estimating the reliability of eyewitness identifications from police lineups.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 113, 304-309.

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