Saoirse Ami Connor Desai
Saoirse Ami Connor Desai
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Development of an information sheet providing rapport advice for interpreters in police interviews
MK Dhami, J Goodman-Delahunty, S Desai
Police practice and research 18 (3), 291-305, 2017
82017
Comparing the use of open and closed questions for Web-based measures of the continued-influence effect
S Connor Desai, S Reimers
Behavior Research Methods, 2019
52019
Widening access to Bayesian problem solving
N Cruz, SC Desai, S Dewitt, U Hahn, D Lagnado, A Liefgreen, K Phillips, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 660, 2020
12020
Source reliability and the continued influence effect of misinformation: A Bayesian network approach
JK Madsen, S Connor, T Pilditch
Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society …, 2019
12019
Nested Sets and Natural Frequencies
N Fenton, SH DEWITT, A Hsu, D Lagnado, SC Desai
COGSCI 2019, 41st Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, 2019
2019
(Dis) continuing the continued influence effect of misinformation
S Connor Desai
City, University of London, 2018
2018
Some misinformation is more easily countered: An experiment on the continued influence effect.
SC Desai, S Reimers
CogSci, 2018
2018
But where's the evidence? The effect of explanatory corrections on inferences about false information.
SC Desai, S Reimers
CogSci, 2017
2017
Can a Bayes' Net approach capture intuitive use of sequential testimonies in a legal reasoning paradigm?
JK Madsen, SC Desai, AJL Harris, DA Lagnado
CogSci, 2016
2016
Consistency and credibility in legal reasoning: A Bayesian network approach
SC Desai, S Reimers, D Lagnado
2016
That's not the whole story: The role of reliability and credibility in evidential reasoning.
SC Desai, DA Lagnado
CogSci, 2015
2015
The rational continued influence of misinformation
SC Desai, T Pilditch, JK Madsen
PsyArXiv, 0
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