Publications

Journal Articles

  1. Rudd, J., Horry, R., Skains, R. You and CO2: a Public Engagement Study to Engage Secondary School Students with the Issue of Climate Change Journal of Science Education and Technology
  2. Tree, J., Horry, R., Riley, H., Wilmer, J. Are Portrait Artists Superior Face Recognizers? Limited Impact of Adult Experience on Face Recognition Ability. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance
  3. Horry, R., Brewer, N., Weber, N. The grain-size lineup: A test of a novel eyewitness identification procedure. Law and Human Behavior 40 2 147 158
  4. Horry, R., Brewer, N. How target–lure similarity shapes confidence judgments in multiple-alternative decision tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 12 1615 1634
  5. Horry, R., Cheong, W., Brewer, N. The other-race effect in perception and recognition: Insights from the complete composite task. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 2 508 524
  6. Horry, R., Brewer, N., Weber, N., Palmer, M. The effects of allowing a second sequential lineup lap on choosing and probative value. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 21 2 121 133
  7. Horry, R., Colton, L., Williamson, P. Confidence–accuracy resolution in the misinformation paradigm is influenced by the availability of source cues Acta Psychologica 151 164 173
  8. Horry, R., Halford, P., Brewer, N., Milne, R., Bull, R. Archival analyses of eyewitness identification test outcomes: What can they tell us about eyewitness memory? Law and Human Behavior 38 1 94 108
  9. Dalton, G., Gawrylowicz, J., Memon, A., Milne, R., Horry, R., Wright, D., Horry, R. Public Perceptions of Identification Procedures in the United Kingdom Policing 8 1 35 42
  10. Horry, R., Memon, A., Milne, R., Wright, D., Dalton, G., Horry, R. Video Identification of Suspects: A Discussion of Current Practice and Policy in the United Kingdom Policing 7 3 307 315
  11. Palmer, M., Brewer, N., Horry, R. Understanding gender bias in face recognition: Effects of divided attention at encoding Acta Psychologica 142 3 362 369
  12. Horry, R., Memon, A., Wright, D., Milne, R. Predictors of eyewitness identification decisions from video lineups in England: A field study. Law and Human Behavior 36 4 257 265
  13. Horry, R., Palmer, M., Brewer, N. Backloading in the sequential lineup prevents within-lineup criterion shifts that undermine eyewitness identification performance. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 18 4 346 360
  14. Horry, R., Palmer, M., Sexton, M., Brewer, N. Memory conformity for confidently recognized items: The power of social influence on memory reports Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 3 783 786
  15. Sporer, S., Horry, R. Recognizing faces from ethnic in-groups and out-groups: Importance of outer face features and effects of retention interval Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 3 424 431
  16. Sporer, S., Horry, R. Pictorial versus structural representations of ingroup and outgroup faces Journal of Cognitive Psychology 23 8 974 984
  17. Horry, R., Wright, D., Tredoux, C. Recognition and context memory for faces from own and other ethnic groups: A remember-know investigation Memory & Cognition 38 2 134 141
  18. Wright, D., Horry, R., Skagerberg, E. Functions for traditional and multilevel approaches to signal detection theory Behavior Research Methods 41 2 257 267
  19. Horry, R., Wright, D. Anxiety and terrorism: Automatic stereotypes affect visual attention and recognition memory for White and Middle Eastern faces Applied Cognitive Psychology 23 3 345 357
  20. HORRY, R., WRIGHT, D., Horry, R. I know your face but not where I saw you: Context memory is impaired for other-race faces Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 15 3 610 614