Narina Nuñez
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The impact of specific battering experiences on the self-esteem of abused women
R Aguilar, NN Nightingale
Journal of Family Violence 9 (1), 35-45, 1994
Registered replication report: Schooler and engstler-schooler (1990)
VK Alogna, MK Attaya, P Aucoin, Š Bahník, S Birch, AR Birt, BH Bornstein, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 9 (5), 556-578, 2014
Anxiety and Depression Among Law Students: Current Knowledge and Future Directions’(1999)
MM Dammeyer, N Nunez
Law and Human Behavior 23, 55, 0
Juror reactions to child victim witnesses: Factors affecting trial outcome
NN Nightingale
Law and Human Behavior 17 (6), 679-694, 1993
The effect of jury deliberations on jurors' propensity to disregard inadmissible evidence.
K London, N Nunez
Journal of Applied Psychology 85 (6), 932, 2000
Computer simulations and clear observations do not guarantee conceptual understanding
MD Renken, N Nunez
Learning and Instruction 23, 10-23, 2013
The testimony of elderly victim/witnesses and their impact on juror decisions: The importance of examining multiple stereotypes
N Nunez, ML McCoy, HL Clark, LA Shaw
Law and human Behavior 23, 413-423, 1999
Development and validation of the Attitudes Towards Police Legitimacy Scale.
JJ Reynolds, V Estrada-Reynolds, N Nunez
Law and Human Behavior 42 (2), 119, 2018
Examining the efficacy of truth/lie discussions in predicting and increasing the veracity of children’s reports
K London, N Nunez
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 83 (2), 131-147, 2002
The effect of jury deliberations on jurors' reasoning skills
ML McCoy, N Nunez, MM Dammeyer
Law and Human Behavior 23, 557-575, 1999
Jury decision making research: Are researchers focusing on the mouse and not the elephant in the room?
N Nuñez, SM McCrea, SE Culhane
Behavioral sciences & the law 29 (3), 439-451, 2011
Negative emotions felt during trial: The effect of fear, anger, and sadness on juror decision making
N Nuñez, K Schweitzer, CA Chai, B Myers
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (2), 200-209, 2015
Identification and reporting of child maltreatment by Head Start personnel: Attitudes and experiences.
NN Nightingale
Child Abuse and Neglect 10 (2), 191-199, 1986
When children are witnesses: The effects of context, age and gender on adults' perceptions of cognitive ability and honesty
N Nunez, A Kehn, DB Wright
Applied Cognitive Psychology 25 (3), 460-468, 2011
Trial venue decisions in juvenile cases: Mitigating and extralegal factors matter
N Nunez, MJ Dahl, CM Tang, BL Jensen
Legal and Criminological Psychology 12 (1), 21-39, 2007
Effects of defendant age and juror bias on judgment of culpability: What happens when a juvenile is tried as an adult?
CM Tang, N Nunez
American Journal of Criminal Justice 28, 37-52, 2003
Complex language and comprehension monitoring: Teaching child witnesses to recognize linguistic confusion.
WW Peters, N Nunez
Journal of Applied Psychology 84 (5), 661, 1999
The believability of children and their interviewer's hearsay testimony: When less is more.
AR Warren, N Nunez, JM Keeney, JA Buck, B Smith
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (5), 846, 2002
Repressed memory and other controversial origins of sexual abuse allegations: Beliefs among psychologists and clinical social workers.
M Dammeyer, NN Nightingale, M McCoy
Child Maltreatment 2 (3), 252-263, 1997
The impact of angry versus sad victim impact statements on mock jurors’ sentencing decisions in a capital trial
N Nuñez, B Myers, BM Wilkowski, K Schweitzer
Criminal Justice and Behavior 44 (6), 862-886, 2017
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