Perception and memory

(in press). Eyewitness metamemory predicts identification performance in biased and unbiased lineups. Legal and Criminological Psychology.

(2020). Cross-cultural differences in eyewitness memory reports.

(2020). Using metamemory measures and memory tests to estimate eyewitness free recall performance.

(2019). Remembering with a friend or a stranger: Comparing acquainted and unacquainted pairs in collaborative eyewitness interviews.

(2019). Development and validation of the Eyewitness Metamemory Scale (EMS).

G. de Bruïne, A. Vredeveldt & P.J. van Koppen (2018). Cross-cultural differences in object recognition: Comparing asylum seekers from sub-Sahara Africa and a matched Western European control group. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32 463-473.

T.S. van Veldhuizen, R. Horselenberg, M. Stel, S. Landström, P.A. Granhag & P.J. van Koppen (2017). The provenance of émigrés: The validity of measuring knowledge of places. Psychology, Crime and Law, 23, 553-574.

A. Vredeveldt, J.W. Knol & P.J. van Koppen (2017). Observing offenders: Incident reports by surveillance detectives, uniformed police, and civilians. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 22, 150-163.

A. Vredeveldt & P.J. van Koppen (2016). The thin blue line-up: Comparing eyewitness performance by police and civilians. Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition, 5, 252-256.

H.F.M. Crombag, W.A. Wagenaar & P.J. van Koppen (2011). Crashing memories and the problem of 'source monitoring'. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 25, S4-S15 (25th Anniversary issue, from the archives with commentary. Original publication 1996).

G. Odinot, G. Wolters & P.J. van Koppen (2009). Eyewitness memory of a supermarket robbery: Accuracy and confidence after 3 months. Law and Human Behavior, 33, 506-514.

P.J. van Koppen (2007). De goede getuige die af en toe faalt [The good witness who fails now and then]. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 49, 407-417.

H. Merckelbach, K.I.M. van Oorsouw, P.J. van Koppen & M. Jelicic (2005). Weet er niets meer van, edelachtbare: Over daderamnesie [I can't remember anything, your honour: On offender amnesia]. Delikt en Delinkwent, 35, 11-30.

P.J. van Koppen (2004). Ik zeg niks, ik heb het niet gedaan en ik kan mij niets herinneren: Lastige verdachten, strategieën en tegenstrategieën (Kroniek Rechtspsychologie 2004). [I say nothing, I didn't do it and I can't remember' Difficult suspects, strategies and counter strategies (Cronicle Law and Psychology 2004)]. Tijdschrift voor Criminologie, 46, 399-405.

T. Smeets & P.J. van Koppen (2004). Ontdekken en herontdekken van het verleden [Discovery and rediscovery of the past]. Voorwoord bij Kitty Hendriks, Vaag verleden: Hoe ik ging geloven in fictieve herinneringen. Amsterdam: L.J. Veen.

P.J. van Koppen & H. Merckelbach (1999). Characteristics of recovered memories: A Dutch replication of Gudjonsson's (1997) British survey. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 13, 485-489.

P.J. van Koppen & H. Merckelbach (1998). Verdringen in het algemeen en in casu [Repression in general and in this case]. Nederlands Juristenblad, 73, 1247-1249.

P.J. van Koppen & H. Merckelbach (1998). De waarheid in therapie en in rechte: Pseudoherinneringen aan seksueel misbruik [The truth in therapie and in law: On pseudomemories of sexual abuse]. Nederlands Juristenblad, 73, 899-904.

H.F.M. Crombag, W.A. Wagenaar & P.J. van Koppen (1996). Crashing memories and the problem of 'source monitoring'. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 10, 95-104.

H.F.M. Crombag & P.J. van Koppen (1994). Verdringen als sociaal verschijnsel [Repression as a social phenomenon]. De Psycholoog, 29, 409-415.


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