Books

  1. Lampinen, JM. & Beike, D.R. (2014). Memory 101.
  2. Lampinen, J.M., Neuschatz, J.S., Cling, A. (2012). The Psychology of Eyewitness Identification. New York: Psychology Press.
  3. Lampinen, J.M. & Sexton-Radek, K.(Eds.) (2010). Protecting Children From Violence: Evidence Based Interventions. New York: Psychology Press.
  4. Beike, D.R., Lampinen, J.M. & Behrend, D.A. (Eds.) (2004). The Self and Memory. New York: Psychology Press.

Book Chapters 

  1. Lampinen, J.M., Race, B., Provenzano, A, Gipson, N. & Giacona, A (2020). Utility approaches and eyewitness identificaiton reforms. In Toglia, M., Smith, A., & Lampinen, J.M. (Eds.) Methods, Measures, and Theories in Forensic Facial-Recognition Taylor and Francis.
  2. Moore, K.N., Provenzano, A.C., Erickson, W.B., & Lampinen, J.M. (in press). Methodological Considerations in Prospective-Person Memory. In Toglia, M., Smith, A., & Lampinen, J.M. (Eds.) Methods, Measures, and Theories in Forensic Facial-Recognition Taylor and Francis.
  3. Lampinen, J.M. (2017). Missing and Exploited Children. In Schreck, C.J., Leiber, M.J., Welch, K., & Miller, H. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Juvenile Delinquency and Justice. Wiley-Blackwell.
  4. Lampinen, J.M., & Moore, K. (2016). Prospective person memory in the search for missing persons. In Stephen J. Morewitz and Caroline Sturdy Colls (Eds.), Handbook of Missing Persons. Springer.
  5. Lampinen, J.M., Erickson, W.B., Frowd, C.D., & Mahoney, G. (2016). Estimating the Appearance of the Missing: Forensic Age Progression in the Search for Missing Persons. In Stephen J. Morewitz and Caroline Sturdy Colls (Eds.), Handbook of Missing Persons. Springer.
  6. Gallo, D. A., & Lampinen, J. M. (2016). Three pillars of false memory prevention: Orientation, evaluation, and corroboration. In J. Dunlosky, S. K. Tauber, J. Dunlosky, S. K. Tauber (Eds.) , The Oxford handbook of metamemory (pp. 387-403). New York, NY, US: Oxford University Press.
  7. Lampinen, J. M., Peters, C. S., Gier, V., & Sweeney, L. N. (2013). The psychology of the missing: Missing and abducted children. In R. E. Holliday, T. A. Marche, R. E. Holliday, T. A. Marche (Eds.) , Child forensic psychology: Victim and eyewitness memory (pp. 241-272). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
  8. Lampinen, J.M., Arnal, J.D., Culbertson-Faegre, & Sweeney, L. (2010). Missing and abducted children. In J.M. Lampinen & K. Sexton-Radek (Eds.). Protecting Children from Violence: Evidence Based Interventions. (pp. 129-165). New York: Psychology Press.
  9. Lampinen, J.M. & Sexton-Radek, K. (2010). Protecting children from violence: Historical roots and emerging trends. In J.M. Lampinen & K. Sexton-Radek (Eds.). Protecting Children from Violence: Evidence Based Interventions. (pp. 129-165). New York: Psychology Press.
  10. Sexton-Radek, K. & Lampinen, J.M.(2010). Protecting children from violence: Conclusions. In J.M. Lampinen & K. Sexton-Radek (Eds.). Protecting Children from Violence: Evidence Based Interventions. (pp. 337-343). New York: Psychology Press.
  11. Odegard, T.N., Lampinen, J.M., & Farris, E.A. (2009). Illusory perceptions and memories: What is the tie that binds? In G. Salvati and V. Rabuano (Eds.). Cognitive Psychology Perspectives. Hauppauge NY: Nova.
  12. Arnal, J.D. & Lampinen, J.M. (2009). A stochastic model of prospective memory. In E.B. Hartonek (Ed.) Experimental Psychology Research Trends. Hauppauge NY: Nova
  13. Lampinen, J.M., Arnal, J.D., & Hicks, J.L. (2009). Prospective person memory. In M. Kelley (Ed.) Applied Memory. (pp. 167-184). Hauppauge NY: Nova.
  14. Lampinen, J.M. & Neuschatz, J.S. (2008). Reconstructive memory. In B. Cutler (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Psychology and the Law. Sage Publications.
  15. Neuschatz, J.S., Lampinen, J.M., Toglia, M.P., Payne, D.G. & Cisneros, E. (2007). False memory research: History, theory, and applied implications. In M. P. Toglia, J. D. Read, D. F. Ross, & R. C. L. Lindsay (Eds.), Handbook of Eyewitness Psychology Volume 1: Memory for Events. (pp. 239-260). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.
  16. Lampinen, J.M., Odegard, T.N., Blackshear, E., & Toglia, M.P. (2005). Phantom ROC. In D.T. Rosen et al. (Eds.), Progress in Experimental Psychology Research. (pp. 235-267) Hauppauge NY: Nova.
  17. Lampinen, J.M., Odegard, T.N. & Leding, J.K. (2004). Diachronic disunity. In D.R. Beike, J.M. Lampinen & D.A. Behrend (Eds.), The Self and Memory. (pp. 227-253). New York: Psychology Press.
  18. Beike, D.R., Lampinen, J.M. & Behrend, D.A. (2004). Evolving conceptions of the self and memory.  In D.R. Beike, J.M. Lampinen & D.A. Behrend (Eds.), The Self and Memory. (pp. 3-9). New York: Psychology Press.
  19. Lampinen, J.M., Beike, D.R. & Behrend, D.A. (2004). The self and memory: It’s about time. In D.R. Beike, J.M. Lampinen & D.A. Behrend (Eds.), The Self and Memory. (pp. 255-262). New York: Psychology Press.
  20. Payne, D.G., Klin, C.M., Lampinen, J.M., Neuschatz, J.S. & Lindsay, D.S. (1999). Memory Applied. In F.T. Durso, R. Nickerson, R.W. Schvaneveldt, S.T. Dumais, D.S. Lindsay, & M.T.H. Chi (Eds.), The Handbook of Applied Cognition. (pp. 83-113). New York: John Wiley and Sons.
  21. Lampinen, J.M.& Faries, J.M. (1994). Levels of semantic constraint and learning novel words. In A. Ram and K. Eiselt (Eds.), Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society. (pp. 531-536). Hillsdale NJ: Erlbaum.

Journal Articles

  1. Lampinen, J.M., Race, B., Wolf, A.P., Phillips, P., Moriarty, N. & Smith, A. (2019). Comparing detailed and less detailed pre-lineup instructions. Applied Cognitive Psychology.
  2. Gipson, N. & Lampinen, J.M. (in press). Within lab familiarity through ambient images alone. Visual Cognition.
  3. Nyman, T.J., Lampinen, J.M., Antfolk, J., Korkman, J., & Santtila, P. (2019). The distance threshold of reliable eyewitness identification. Law and Human Behavior. doi.org/10.1037/lhb0000342
  4. Nyman, T., Antfolk, J., Lampinen, J.M., Tuomisto, M., Kaakinen, J., Korkman, J., & Santtila, P. (2019). A stab in the dark: The distance threshold of eyewitness identification in low light. Cogent Psychology, 6. org/10.1080/23311908.2019.1632047
  5. Lampinen, J. M., Smith, A. M., & Wells, G. L. (2019). Four utilities in eyewitness identification practice: Dissociations between receiver operating characteristic (ROC) analysis and expected utility analysis. Law and Human Behavior, 43, 26-44.
  6. Smith, A.M., Lampinen, J.M., Wells, G.L., Smalarz, L., & Mackovichova, S. (2019). Deviation from perfect performance measures the diagnostic utility of eyewitness lineups but partial area under the ROC curve does not. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 8, 50-59.
  7. Moore, K.N. & Lampinen, J.M. (2019). The role of attention and memory in search for missing persons. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 8, 189-201.
  8. Moore, K. N., Provenzano, A. C., & Lampinen, J. M. (2018). The role of context expectations and cost of reporting on prospective person memory performance. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32(5), 635-640.
  9. Smith, A. M., Wells, G. L., Smalarz, L., & Lampinen, J. M. (2018). Increasing the similarity of lineup fillers to the suspect improves the applied value of lineups without improving memory performance Psychological Science, 29, 1548-1551.
  10. Moore, K. N., Lampinen, J. M., Gallo, D. A., & Bridges, A. J. (2018). Effects of feedback and test practice on recollection and retrieval monitoring: comparing first graders, third graders, and adults. Memory, 26, 424-438.
  11. Moore, K. N., Lampinen, J. M., Gallo, D. A., Adams, E. J., & Bridges, A. J. (2018). Children’s use of memory editing strategies to reject source misinformation. Child Development, 89, 219-234.
  12. Erickson, W. B., Lampinen, J. M., Frowd, C. D., & Mahoney, G. (2017). When age-progressed images are unreliable: The roles of external features and age range. Science & Justice, 57(2), 136-143.
  13. Gier, V. S., Kreiner, D. S., & Lampinen, J. M. (2017). Factors Affecting Recognition of Senior Citizens in a Silver Alert. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 32(3), 185-196.
  14. Moore, K. N., & Lampinen, J. M. (2016). The use of recollection rejection in the misinformation paradigm. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30(6), 992-1004.
  15. Lampinen, J. M., & Moore, K. N. (2016). Missing person alerts: does repeated exposure decrease their effectiveness?. Journal of Experimental Criminology, 12(4), 587-598.
  16. Moore, K. N., Lampinen, J. M., & Provenzano, A. C. (2016). The role of temporal and spatial information cues in locating missing persons. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 30(4), 514-525.
  17. Lampinen, J. M. (2016). ROC analyses in eyewitness identification research. Journal of Applied Research In Memory and Cognition, 5(1), 21-33.
  18. Lampinen, J.M., Curry, C., & Erickson, W.B. (2016). Prospective person memory: The role of self-efficacy, personal interaction, and multiple images in recognition of wanted persons. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 31, 59-70.
  19. Lampinen, J. M., Roush, A., Erickson, W. B., Moore, K. N., & Race, B. (2015). The effects of simulated distance on recognition of same race and other race faces. Visual Cognition, 23(6), 678-698.
  20. Erickson, W. B., Lampinen, J. M., & Moore, K. N. (2016). Eyewitness identifications by older and younger adults: A meta-analysis and discussion. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 31(2), 108-121.
  21. Erickson, W. B., Lampinen, J. M., Wooten, A., Wetmore, S., & Neuschatz, J. (2016). When snitches corroborate: Effects of post-identification feedback from a potentially compromised source. Psychiatry, Psychology and Law, 23(1), 148-160.
  22. Lampinen, J. M., Erickson, W. B., Frowd, C., & Mahoney, G. (2015). Mighty Morphin’ age progression: How artist, age range, and morphing influences the similarity of forensic age progressions to target individuals. Psychology, Crime & Law, 21(10), 952-967.
  23. Frowd, C. D., Erickson, W. B., Lampinen, J. M., Skelton, F. C., McIntyre, A. H., & Hancock, P. B. (2015). A decade of evolving composites: Regression- and meta-analysis. Journal of Forensic Practice, 17(4), 319-334.
  24. Lampinen, J. M., Erickson, W. B., Moore, K. N., & Hittson, A. (2014). Effects of distance on face recognition: Implications for eyewitness identification. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 21(6), 1489-1494.
  25. Erickson, W. B., Lampinen, J. M., & Leding, J. K. (2014). The weapon focus effect in target‐present and target‐absent line‐ups: The roles of threat, novelty, and timing. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 28(3), 349-359.
  26. Lampinen, J. M., & Sweeney, L. N. (2014). Associated adults: Prospective person memory for family abducted children. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, 29(1), 22-27.
  27. Lampinen, J. M., Peters, C. S., & Gier, V. S. (2012). Power in numbers: The effect of target set size on prospective person memory in an analog missing child scenario. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(5), 702-708.
  28. Sweeney LN, Lampinen JM (2012) The effect of presenting multiple images on prospective and retrospective person memory for missing children. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 1, 235–241.
  29. Peters, C. S., Lampinen, J. M., & Malesky, L. J. (2013). A trap for the unwary: Jury decision making in cases involving the entrapment defense. Law and Human Behavior, 37(1), 45-53.
  30. Lampinen, J. M., Miller, J. T., & Dehon, H. (2012). Depicting the missing: Prospective and retrospective person memory for age progressed images. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 26(2), 167-173.
  31. Lampinen, J., Arnal, J. D., Adams, J., Courtney, K., & Hicks, J. L. (2012). Forensic age progression and the search for missing children. Psychology, Crime & Law, 18(4), 405-415.
  32. Odegard, T., Cooper, C., Lampinen, J., Reyna, V., & Brainerd, C. (2009). Children’s eyewitness memory for multiple real-life events. Child Development, 80, 1877-1890.
  33. Leding, J., & Lampinen, J. (2009). Memory conjunction errors: The effects of presentation duration and study repetition. Memory, 17, 597-607.
  34. Lampinen, J., & Arnal, J. (2009). The role of metacognitive knowledge in recollection rejection. American Journal of Psychology, 122, 39-52.
  35. Lampinen, J., Arnal, J., & Hicks, J. (2009). The effectiveness of supermarket posters in helping to find missing children. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 24, 406-423.
  36. Lampinen, J.M., Ryals, D.B., & Smith, K. (2008). Compelling untruths: The effect of retention interval on content borrowing and vivid false memories. Memory, 16, 149-156.
  37. Lampinen, J.M., Scott, J., Leding, J.K., Pratt, D. & Arnal, J.D. (2007). “Good, You Identified the Suspect…But Please Ignore This Feedback”: Can Warnings Eliminate the Effects of Post-Identification Feedback? Applied Cognitive Psychology, 21, 1037-1056.
  38. Leding, J.K., Lampinen, J.M., Edwards, N.E., & Odegard, T.N. (2007). The memory conjunction error paradigm: Normative data for conjunction triplets. Behavior Research Methods, 39, 920-925.
  39. Lampinen, J.M., Leding, J.K., Reed, K.B., & Odegard, T.N. (2006). Global gist extraction in children and adults. Memory, 14, 952-964.
  40. Lampinen, J.M. & Odegard, T.N. (2006). Memory editing mechanisms. Memory, 14, 649- 654.
  41. Lampinen, J.M., Watkins, K.N., & Odegard, T.N. (2006). Phantom ROC: Recollection rejection in a hybrid conjoint recognition signal detection model. Memory, 14, 655-671.
  42. Odegard, T.N. & Lampinen, J.M. (2006). Memory editing: Knowledge, criteria, and alignment. Memory, 14, 777-787.
  43. Odegard, T.N. & Lampinen, J.M. (2005). Recollection rejection: Gist cueing of verbatim memories. Memory & Cognition, 33, 1422-1430.
  44. Lampinen, J.M., Meier, C., Arnal, J.A., & Leding, J.K. (2005). Compelling untruths: Content borrowing and vivid false memories. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 31, 954-963.
  45. Lampinen, J.M., Judges, D., Odegard, T.N., & Hamilton, S. (2005). The reactions of mock jurors to the Department of Justice Guidelines for the collection and preservation of eyewitness evidence. Basic and Applied Social Psychology,27, 155-162.
  46. Odegard, T.N., Lampinen, J.M., & Toglia, M.P. (2005). Meaning’s moderating effect on recollection rejection. Journal of Memory and Language, 53, 416-429.
  47. Neuschatz, J.S., Preston, E.P., Burkett, A.D., Toglia, M.P., Lampinen, J.M., Neuschatz, J.S., Fairless, A.H., Lawson, D.S., Powers, R.A., & Goodsell, C.A. (2005). The effects of post-identification feedback and age on eyewitness memory. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 435-453.
  48. Odegard, T.N., Lampinen, J.M., & Wirth-Beaumont, E.T. (2004). Organization of autobiographical memory. Memory, 12, 685-695.
  49. Lampinen, J.M., Odegard, T.N. & Neuschatz, J.S. (2004). Robust recollection rejection in the memory conjunction paradigm. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 30, 332-342.
  50. Odegard, T.N. & Lampinen, J.M. (2004). Memory conjunction errors for autobiographical events: More than just familiarity. Memory, 12, 288-301.
  51. Lampinen, J.M., Odegard, T.N. & Bullington, J. (2003). Qualities of memories for performed and imagined actions. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17, 881-893.
  52. Brédart, S., Lampinen, J.M. & Defeldre, A.C. (2003). Phenomenal characteristics in c Memory, 11, 1-11.
  53. Neuschatz, J.S., Lampinen, J.M., Preston, E.L., Hawkins, E.R. & Toglia, M.P. (2002). The effect of memory schemata on memory and the phenomenological experience of naturalistic situations. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 16, 687-708.
  54. Lampinen, J.M., Copeland, S.M. & Neuschatz, J.S. (2001). Recollections of things schematic: Room schemas revisited. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition, 27, 1211-1222.
  55. Neuschatz, J.S., Payne, D.G., Lampinen, J.M. & Toglia, M.P. (2001). Assessing the Effectiveness of Warnings and the Phenomenological Characteristics of False Memories. Memory, 9, 39-51.
  56. Lampinen, J.M. & Schwartz, R.M. (2000). The impersistence of false memory persistence. Memory, 8, 393-400.
  57. Lampinen, J.M., Faries, J.M., Neuschatz, J.S. & Toglia, M.P. (2000). Recollections of things schematic: The influence of scripts on recollective experience. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 14, 543-554.
  58. Lampinen, J.M., Neuschatz, J.S. & Payne, D.G. (1999). Source attributions and false memories: A test of the demand characteristics account. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 6, 130-135.
  59. Lampinen, J.M., Neuschatz, J.S. & Payne, D.G. (1998). Memory illusions and consciousness: Exploring the phenomenology of true and false memories. Current Psychology, 16, 181-224.
  60. Payne, D.G., Neuschatz, J.S, Lampinen, J.M. & Lynn, S. (1997). Compelling memory illusions: The qualitative characteristics of false memories. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 6, 56-60.
  61. Lampinen, J.M. & Smith, V.L. (1995). The incredible (and sometimes incredulous) child witness: Child eyewitnesses’ sensitivity to source credibility cues. Journal of Applied Psychology, 80, 621-627.